The top official for each of the two major parties are called majority leader and minority leader. Which ever party has the most members in the house calls their top official the majority leader and the other party leader is then called the minority leader.
Democrat & Republican
The members of each political party vote for the the whip. This is not an official government function so the parties do not have to use any particular procedure to elect their leadership. The whip is generally selected by the party leader and then confirmed by a vote of the members.
Yes. Both parties still pass a platform at each convention.
Each state decides. Also any one is free to make a party, so the number is questionable.
Democrat & Republican
Type your answer here... Each dissolved in the 1850s
Try checking out www.singlesevents.com, they have different websites for each major city and will have lists of different activities and parties on your area.
Its electoral votes and its record in recent elections:)
democratic and republican
There's only 5 major parties represented in Parliament. However no one party has ever had the chance of gaining power alone and the parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.
national nominating convention
Each major political party in America is organized by function AND geographic region. Parties are organized geographically into national, state, and local organizations, and by function into officeholders, activists and paid workers, and voters (the party-in-the-electorate). American political parties are not formally based on social/economic class -- anyone can join.
Yes as long as it is signed by the parties and has conditions for each that they agree to abide by.Yes as long as it is signed by the parties and has conditions for each that they agree to abide by.Yes as long as it is signed by the parties and has conditions for each that they agree to abide by.Yes as long as it is signed by the parties and has conditions for each that they agree to abide by.
Masquerades are parties or balls where each person wears a costume and mask. When someone is pretending to be someone they are not, it is often called 'masquerading.'