Now imagine yourself a very liberal democrat, one of the 40 or so most liberal, say.
Mitt Romney won, but Sabato awards the Senate seat to democrat Tim Kaine.
This is a way, come to think of it, in which Romney is like a democrat.
He then beat a very popular and savvy democrat John Sharp in a razor-close race for lieutenant governor in 1998.
Lyndon Johnson was the last democrat to win a majority of white votes and White House.
She's a democrat, a red republican, a member of the Peace Society, a socialist—'
In that matter I would not trust myself; why, then, should I trust the composite democrat?
If he should return to power, he can only return, not as a Whig, but as a democrat.
He had been trained a democrat, and was a powerful worker in that party.
And yet there is not a democrat in Indiana that dare open his mouth against it, full of negro equality as it is.
1790, "adherent of democracy," with reference to France, from French démocrate (18c., opposed to aristocrate), back-formation from démocratie (see democracy); revived in U.S. as a political party affiliation 1798, with a capital D. As a shortening of this, Demo (1793) is older than Dem (c.1840).
A member of the Democratic party.