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  • The Jeffersonian Republican Party – better known as the Democratic-Republican Party – evolved in the 1790s, during the early days of George Washington's presidency.

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  • Adams was a Federalist, but his vice president, Thomas Jefferson, was a member of what was called the Democratic-Republican Party and had landed the vice presidency thanks to a since-discarded rule that gave the number-two slot to the runner-up in electoral votes.

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  • Jefferson (along with James Madison, strangely enough) founded what was originally called the Democratic-Republican Party (today, it is just called the Democratic Party) in opposition to Alexander Hamilton's Federalist Party (today, it is called the Republican Party or the GOP).

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  • Jackson, Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson founded their party in 1793 at the start of the Democratic-Republican Party was a political party established during the 1790's under the leadership of Thomas Jefferson and

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  • Of course you know Jefferson's party was the Democratic-Republican Party.

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  • I used to have a quote from Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party paper on the day George Washington died.

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  • Jefferson and Burr's Democratic-Republican Party had figured out the best way to vote to put the two candidates in their respective offices.

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  • Gerrymandering: Gerrymandering, Geographic information system, Democratic-Republican Party, Voting system, Plurality voting system, Boundary Commissions ...

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  • In fact, the modern Democratic Party dates only to 1828; its predecessor, Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party, to 1792.

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  • These laws were designed to silence and weaken the Democratic-Republican Party.

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