1. The Democratic Republican Party has typically held an overall edge in party identification since Gallup began polling on the issue in 1991.
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2. In 2006, the White House supported and Republican Party-led Senate passed comprehensive immigration reform that would eventually allow millions of illegal immigrants to become citizens, but the House did not advance the bill.
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4. From that time on, the Republican Party joined the Democratic Party as the two main parties in the country.
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5. The Republican Party held power for the better part of the next thirty-six years outside the South, interrupted only by Woodrow Wilson's two terms as president.
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6. The Republican Party emerged directly out of the Free Soil Party in the North, a movement embraced at various times by such Democrats as Martin Van Buren, who ran unsuccessfully for the presidency on the Free Soil Party ticket in 1848, and David Wilmot, a member of the US House of Representatives.
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9. Historically, the Republican Party has included a liberal-wing made up of individuals who like members of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party believe in the power of government to improve people's lives.
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10. The Republican Party was at the center of Andrew Johnson's impeachment in 1868.
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13. The early Republican Party had almost no presence in the Southern United States, but by 1858 it had enlisted former Whigs and former Free Soil Democrats to form majorities in nearly every Northern state.
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