presidential election, politics, political parties
On an earlier occasion, I have written that there is only one political party in America, the only one possible in a republic: the Democratic [in the original sense of the term, i.e. rule by the people]. It is a party that has many branches with the same political viewpoints. Nevertheless, they differ from each other on several points, which they defend in their various newspapers. They try to promote their opinions, views, and political creeds with the public through candidates whom they nominate for office in elections--first and foremost, the presidential election.
Felix, Alex and Christensen, Louis
"Far from Denmark: Sketches and Scenes from The United States of North America,"
The Bridge: Vol. 32:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol32/iss1/9