Please redirect state and local submissions to the appropriate state''s Society and Culture: Politics: Parties category.This category contains sites related to the Constitution Party. Sites may include, but not limited to: news and media, state and local affiliates, opposing views, history, and associated affinity groups (for example: college, youth, women).
Only sites pertaining to the Democratic Party, affiliated and auxiliary organizations and supporters on the national level should be submitted to this category.This category holds links for national committees, affiliated and auxiliary organizations, and fan pages of the Democratic Party, the primary center-left political party in the United States.
State and local sites should be submitted to Regional: North America: United States: [State]: Society and Culture: Politics: Parties: Democratic.
Anything related to Greens in the US is welcome in this category. Candidates for office should, however, go in the appropriate election category, under Regional/North_America/United_States/Government/Elections/Presidential/2000/Candidates/Other_Parties/Green_Party.This category includes all things related to the Green Party in the United States of America. In addition to their core principles of ecological living and social justice, they are known for articulating, acting on, networking on socially responsible issues often ignored or avoided by mainstream politicians.
Sites dealing with individual states should not be listed at this level. Rather, they should be submitted to the /Green category under the appropriate state.
Submit here sites related to the Libertarian Party of United States. Submit other sites related to libertarianism to Society: Politics: Liberalism: Libertarianism.Libertarian Party advocates a free-market economy and the abundance and prosperity it brings; a dedication to civil liberties and personal freedom; and a foreign policy of non-intervention, peace, and free trade.
Please pay attention to the subcategories and, if one applies, submit your site to the appropriate one.
This subcategory is intended for links to committees and auxiliaries of the Reform Party, a national political party formed in 1995. The Reform Party was organized out of United We Stand America, an organization founded by Texas businessman H. Ross Perot to expose special interests at work in government. The Reform Party seeks to root out the influence of special interests through grassroots action to restore truth, trust, and hope to American politics.
- When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
- When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.
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Please submit to the most specific subcategory possible.This category holds links for national committees, affiliated and auxiliary organizations, and fan pages of the Republican Party, the primary center-right political party in the United States. The Party is often referred to as the GOP, or Grand Old Party, and its symbol is the elephant. The Republican Party was founded in 1854 by members of the Free Soil Party and the Conscience Whigs-- members of the Whig Party from the North so called because of their then-radical opposition to slavery. The election of Illinois Republican Abraham Lincoln in 1860 firmly established the Republican Party as a major force in American politics. Other Republican Presidents include Ulysses S Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan.
Please do not submit sites under construction.