Dedication material included within, or after the preamble, is included. "Political Party Platforms of Parties Receiving Electoral Votes." The American Presidency Project. Evidence abounds that Democrats and Republicans really do not like each other.Researchers have found that they avoid dating one another, desire not to live near one another and disapprove of the idea that their offspring would marry someone outside their party (see here, here, here). To answer these questions, I teamed up with Yair Ghitza, chief scientist at Catalist, a prominent political data firm that sells data to left-of-center campaigns and interest groups, and also to academics like me who use the data for scholarly research.Sure, most people are not very political, but among those who are, partisanship seems to be affecting nonpolitical realms of their lives. Catalist maintains a continuously updated database containing records of personal, political and commercial data for nearly all American adults.* Horace Greeley died on November 29, 1872, between the date the popular votes were cast and the electoral votes were cast. 63 of his electoral votes were cast for other Democrats, while 3 were cast posthumously for Greeley. Excluded is the table of contents, list of committee members, and any dedication material before the preamble.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education (specializing in Speech and History) at University of Texas at Austin in 1990, and a master's degree in Divinity at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1994.), also commonly called the French Revolutionary Calendar (calendrier révolutionnaire français), was a calendar created and implemented during the French Revolution, and used by the French government for about 12 years from late 1793 to 1805, and for 18 days by the Paris Commune in 1871.The revolutionary system was designed in part to remove all religious and royalist influences from the calendar, and was part of a larger attempt at decimalisation in France (which also included decimal time of day, decimalisation of currency, and metrication).If you send us a comment, we'll assume you don't mind us publishing it unless you tell us otherwise. From 1952 to 1988, only Gallup's final pre-election survey was among likely voters.That phenomenon motivated a colleague and me to gather data about mixed-partisan marriages. We focused on registered voters in the 30 states that track voters’ party affiliation.We were curious: How many Americans are married to someone of the other party? For simplicity, we mostly focused on male-female partners who live at the same address, share a last name, are within 15 years of age (sorry, Donald and Melania Trump), and are the oldest such pair in the household.For comments about our Truth-O-Meter or Flip-O-Meter items, please e-mail the Truth-O-Meter.We’re especially interested in seeing any chain e-mails you receive that you would like us to check out. For tips or comments on our campaign promise database, please e-mail the Truth-o-Meter.If you are commenting on a specific promise, please include the promise number.