Considering Britain as the best example to analyze the USA, republican political economy has the ability to link with debates within the different political parties – and the citizens’ politics outside of them (White and Seth-Smith p.4). The same case has been depicted in the USA since the second reign of Barrack Obama. The Democrats and the Republicans have sought to ensure that there exists transparency between them regardless of opposition. Similarly, it encourages unity among the US citizens and the political parties. Historically, the republicans lost their political supremacy and monopoly in Florida in the 2008 presidential election. It happened when the state shifted their political attention to Democratic Party for the first time since 1996 (Wolgin & Garcia p.4). Such repeated itself in 2012 and the Party is still dominant in USA. The fame has risen due to the party’s approaches to curb crime and promote the state’s economy. Such are the qualities that have made the party capture the attention of the natives of the Latino American.
Statistics indicate that the Congress is composed of 541 individuals in the 50 states. Similarly, by 2014 November, there were 234 Republicans, 207 Democrats including 5 Delegates and the Resident Commissioner in the House of Representatives. There were no vacant seats in the parliament. The Senate had 45 Republicans, 53 Democrats, and 2 Independents, who caucus with the Democrats (Manning p.1). Notably, despite the Democrats being lesser than the Republican, the USA President has been the member of the Democrat Party since his senatorial governance till to date.
The development of the Democrats has been majorly driven by some essential strategies and as such it has outdone the Republican. They believe in equal opportunity, freedom, and equal rights among others (Texas Democratic Party Platform p.1). Such have made it gain fame in Texas since 2012 to 2014 December as