|Lourenne Democratic Party|
|Founded||February 3rd, 2463|
|Headquarters||Arlington House, Valois, New Kreshar|
|Ideology||Social Equality, Liberalism,|
|International Affiliations|| Western Dovani Cooperation Accord|
International Human Rights Movement, Fair Trade Union
The Lourenne Democratic Party, or the Democrats, are a liberal, pro-democracy party in the Free Republic of Lourenne.
As of September 2481, the Democrats are one of the oldest active parties in Lourenne.
The Democratic Party was formed in February 2463. It is a party that is not an advocate of the socialist efforts of past governments, it is a party that is not about to jump on a hazy libertarian bandwagon. It is a party dedicated to pure, solid, old fashioned democracy. We will take liberal views on different issues. For instance, we do not believe in laissez-faire politics and capitalism. We believe instead that citizens are entitled to welfare if unemployed. Our policies mainly have a more Keynesian approach to macroeconomics. We have understandably liberal views on gay rights, abortion, energy, drugs and substance abuse. We also have a moderate unitarian view of government.
Since they were founded, the Democrats have had many cabinet officials elected by the Senate. The first Democratic Prime Minister to be elected was Ayma Mendes and the first Democratic President was Thomas McNamara.
The Democrats located to Arlington House in 2363, around the time of their founding. This house and it's surrounding roads are closed to the public, but government officials and the Secret Service maintain thoroughfare.
Party Leadership Edit
- Richard Cleary (DNC Chair)
Members of the SenateEdit
The Democrats have 125 seats in the Senate.
Alyssa Ashton-McNally (D-HA), Shauna Marnaly (D-AL), Thomas J. Whitmore (D-KR), Eric Ballentine (D-KR), Bill Bradbury (D-HA), Meribeth Cherry (D-NK), Robert E. Ballard (D-KU), Georgia Hardin (D-AL), James Stackhouse (D-NK)
Notable Former DemocratsEdit
Hannah C. Brown
Donnatella Myers Kennedy
James A. Libby
William A. Marcy
David Mirabeau Anderson
Jessica Chenoweth Hayes
Michael J. Canden
Arthur C. Winters
Oliver M. Keaton
Andrew Warren Shepherd, (2404 - 2470), Prime Minister candidate.
James Tochenbach, (2499 - 2476), Science and Tech Minister candidate.
Adrienne Myers (2440 - 2487), 7th Prime Minister of Lourenne.
Albert Montague (2412 - 2498), Vice-Presidential nominee
Theodore Melàs (2406 - 2504), Presidential nominee
Presidential Election ProgressEdit
|Oliver M. Keaton, History|
|Thomas McNamara, Lucié Ormancey-Wyndhaven, Robert D. W. Strickland, Shauna Marnaly|
|Other Notable Members|
|Ayma Mendes, Adrienne Myers, Abigail Ashton-McNally, Jessica Chenoweth Hayes, Jack Berryhill|
|United Nations Coalition, Lourenne, Old Guard Party, Arlington House|
|History||Monarch of Lourenne - House of Demitreus|
|Geography||Administrative divisions - Cities|
|Politics||Elections - Judiciary - Political parties - Supreme court - Cabinet|
|Demographics||Ethnic groups: Canrillaise|