Information about Democratic candidates for political offices is available from general use political information sites such as BallotPedia.com and OntheIssues.org, as well as from national and local news publications. The Democratic National Committee and smaller, regional arms of the Democratic pa
The first Democratic Party president of the United States was Andrew Jackson. There have been a total of 15 Democratic Party presidents, including Barack Obama.
The state elections department or county Democratic Party lists the names of Democratic Party candidates in local elections. This information is available online or by contacting the relevant office directly.
As of November 2015, Republican party candidates for President of the United States include Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina and Marco Rubio. Some others are Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Lindsey Graham and George Pataki.
Candidates in the 2008 Presidential election were Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain. Obama won the election and also won a re-election bid in 2012.
The 2008 Democratic Party candidates were Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Bill Richardson, and Dennis Kucinich, in addition to Joe Biden, Mike Gravel, Christopher Dodd, Evan Bayh and Tom Vilsak. Illinois Senator Barack Obama was elected 44th President of the United States, along with Vi
Todd Portune and Ed Fitzgerald were the Ohio democratic gubernatorial candidates in 2014. Fitzgerald won the democratic party nomination and went on to lose to republican incumbent John Kasich in the general election.
According to a 2013 Gallup poll, the most democratic states are New York, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Rhode Island and Maryland. The heaviest concentration of democratic states is on the East Coast.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the People's Republic of China and Vietnam are not democratic countries as of 2015. North Korea and Cuba are other countries that do not practice democratic rule.
Sixteen of the first 44 presidents have been Democrats. Four were Democratic-Republicans, serving from 1801 to 1829. The Democratic-Republican presidents are Jefferson, Madison, Monroe and Adams, the third through sixth presidents. The seventh president Andrew Jackson was the first to identify as a