There are two prominent features of the Democratic Party’s presidential selection process that are thoroughly undemocratic and undermine faith in the party: superdelegates (which favor Hillary Clinton) and caucuses (which favor Bernie Sanders).
Shots Fired At Mobile County Democratic Party HQ. MOBILE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Mobile Police Department is investigating a shooting incident at the Mobile County Democratic Party Headquarters. No one was injured. “Right now we don’t know the cause, but I will be heartbroken if we find out that this incident was politically motivated”, said Chairman Bracy. “Regardless of our political beliefs or which candidates we support, violence should never be an option in our politics.”
What Do Democrats Believe and Support? Things They Think
The Governor of Osun Rauf Aregbesola on Tuesday advised the Governor of Ekiti Ayodele Fayose to face the reality of the death of Peoples Democratic Party as a political party. Mr. Aregbesola said while he was not asking the governor to abandon the opposition PDP against his wish he would only advise him to join hands with a political party that would give hope to the people of Nigeria. He also charged the Ekiti State governor to direct his energy towards bringing human and physical…
Republicans and Democrats Compare and Contrast and Writing Extension Activity (Civics)Students will use the description chart, then the compare and contrast top hat chart to research the the policies and beliefs of the Republican and Democratic Party.
NIGERIAN POLITICIANS HIJACK FIGHT OVER N5000 FOR THE POOR The hope of the poorest and most vulnerable to experience a change in their standard of living since the inauguration of President Muhammadu Buhari in May 2015 may have been dashed following an alleged hijack of the Federal Governments monthly stipend meant for them. The Presidency had two weeks ago announced the payment of the stipends to the poor through the Conditional Cash Transfer of its Social Investment Programmes. The…
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th U.S. President and a Republican (left), and Franklin Roosevelt, the 32nd U.S. President and a Democrat. The Republican and Democratic parties effectively switched platforms between their presidencies.