History of the Two Major Party Symbols (Democrat and Republican): History of the Party Symbols
Which Party Best Fits Your Interests and Values?
Democratic Voting Citizens - Desires big government to support social welfare programs, group-thinking/activities efforts of household and businesses, group-thinking requests of increasing business tax rates and startup fees, and enforce strict policy and tax--location or zoning--regulations on entrepreneurship and businesses. A big supporter of traditional schooling with little participations in STEM-focused courses, job training (training not provided by your given employer), and college enrollment.
Republican Voting Citizens - Desires the opposite; small government that supports independent entrepreneurship, personal moral freedoms, education choices, and businesses.
Libertarian Voting Citizens - Promotes individual liberties and minimized government. Source: Libertarian Party Organization. (2014). Libertarian Party platform. Retrieved May 24, 2014, from http://lp.org/platform
Independent Voting Citizens - Promotes the idea that your vote shouldn't be persuaded by your participation in a certain political party: Pro-life, opposed illegal immigration and support of secure borders. Allowed to primarily vote only in the major elections, every four years. Source: American Independent Party. (2014). Platform of the American Independent Party. Retrieved May 24, 2014, from http://aipca.org
Tea Party Voting Citizens - Advocates to any issue which challenges the security, sovereignty or domestic tranquility of our beloved nation. Source: Tea Party Organization. (2014). Home of the Tea Party. Retrieved May 24, 2014, from http://teaparty.org