Ẹgbẹ́ Dẹmọkrátíkì ni ikan ninu awon egbe oloselu ninla meji igba oni ni Amerika, po mo Egbe Republikani. Idurole alanidekun awujo ati arewaju egbe na je gbigba bi arin-owo-osi ninu ibu oselu Amerika.[1][2][3] Egbe yi ni rekodu isise ni Amerika togunjulo, be sini o je ikan larin awon egbe oloselu to gbojulo lagbaye.[4] Egbe yii ni omo-egbe milionu 72 ti o ti foruko sile ni odun 2004.[5] Ogbeni Barack Obama ni Demokrati 15k ti yio bo sipo Aare orile-ede Amerika.

Ẹgbẹ́ Dẹmọkrátíkì
Democratic Party
Chairperson Tom Perez
Senate Leader Chuck Schumer (Minority Leader) (NY)
House Leader Nancy Pelosi (CA)
Chair of Governors Association Jay Inslee (WA)
Ìdásílẹ̀ 1828 (modern)
1792 (historical)
Ibùjúkòó 430 South Capital Street SE,
Washington, D.C., 20003
Ẹ̀ka akẹ́kọ̀ọ́ College Democrats of America
Ẹ̀ka ọ̀dọ́ Young Democrats of America

American liberalism
Third Way
Internal factions:
 • Progressive Democrats
 • Libertarian Democrats
 • Moderate Democrats
 • Conservative Democrats

Jacksonian democracy
Classical liberalism
States' rights
Ìbáṣepọ̀ akáríayé Alliance of Democrats
Official colors Blue
Position in national political spectrum Center-left
Seats in the Senate
47 / 100
Seats in the House
194 / 435
16 / 50
State Upper Houses
921 / 1,921
State Lower Houses
2,368 / 5,410


  1. Grigsby, Ellen (2008). Analyzing Politics: An Introduction to Political Science. Florence: Cengage Learning. pp. 106–7. ISBN 0495501123. "In the United States, the Democratic Party represents itself as the liberal alternative to the Republicans, but its liberalism is for the most the later version of liberalism—modern liberalism." 
  2. Arnold, N. Scott (2009). Imposing values: an essay on liberalism and regulation. Florence: Oxford University Press. p. 3. ISBN 0495501123. "Modern liberalism occupies the left-of-center in the traditional political spectrum and is represented by the Democratic Party in the United States." 
  3. Levy, Jonah (2006). The state after statism: new state activities in the age of liberalization. Florence: Harvard University Press. p. 198. ISBN 0495501123. "In the corporate governance area, the center-left repositioned itself to press for reform. The Democratic Party in the United States used the postbubble scandals and the collapse of share prices to attack the Republican Party...Corporate governance reform fit surprisingly well within the contours of the center-left ideology. The Democratic Party and the SPD have both been committed to the development of the regulatory state as a counterweight to managerial authority, corporate power, and market failure." 
  4. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/157244/Democratic-Party#233981.toc
  5. "Neuhart, P. (January 22, 2004). Why politics is fun from catbirds' seats. USA Today'.". January 22, 2004. http://www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/columnist/neuharth/2004-01-22-neuharth_x.htm. Retrieved 2007-07-11.