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Republican Party

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. One of the existing great parties. It was organized in 1856 by a combination of voters from other parties for the purpose of opposing the extension of slavery, and in 1860 it elected Abraham Lincoln president.

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  • n. the younger of two major political parties in the United States; GOP is an acronym for grand old party

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Examples

  • If a guy worked on Wall Street and lived in New Jersey, the New York State Republican Party considered him its guy and would demand its cut of his donation.

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  • In fact, until I became an operative for the Republican Party in the early 1990s, my family had managed to steer clear of that dirty business ever since my great-great-grandfather, Darwin Rush James, retired from Congress in 1887.

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  • I headed to the New York State Republican Party headquarters and met the chairman, Bill Powers, and Brendan Quinn, the executive director.

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  • Distler was less interested in currying favor with the Bushies than he was in standing up and declaring, “The Republican Party needs to be fiscally responsible and socially inclusive.”

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  • Just after the Harley campaign, I took her to a fund-raiser in my old stomping ground of Sussex County, at the home of the New Jersey Republican Party chair, Ginnie Littell.

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  • On the 13th, the Dems were set to depose a New Hampshire Republican Party official regarding the phone jamming.

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  • As far as the New Jersey Republican Party was concerned, I was no one from nowhere.

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  • In America, it has taken root in the once-noble Democratic Party, and has made significant inroads into the Republican Party as well.

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  • The fact that Jim Tobin was hiring me meant two things: first, that he controlled the money; and, second, that it was an RNC program, not a New Hampshire State Republican Party program—even if the state Party had line responsibility for implementation.

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  • For me, personally, this was a nice shot at the New York Republican Party bosses in Albany.

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