‘Democrat’ is a term used to refer to a member of the Democratic Party, an American political outfit. The Democratic Party is the brainchild of former political stalwart Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the United States and was founded in 1828. Since then several leaders of the Democratic Party have been sworn in for the position of America’s supreme leader. Woodrow Wilson, Harry S Truman, Franklin D Roosevelt and John F Kennedy are considered to be the best Democrat Presidents of all time. During recent times, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were praised for their styles of governance and both these individuals were the darlings of the American masses. Obama doesn’t just hold the record for being the first black president in American history, but he is also praised for his unique initiatives such as ‘Obamacare’. Here are the names of other famous Democrats who are known worldwide for their glorious political careers.
Barack ObamaBarack Obama
04 August 1961, American
44th U.S. President
John F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy
29 May 1917, American
35th President of the United States

Charlize TheronCharlize Theron
07 August 1975, American, South African

Tom HanksTom Hanks
09 July 1956, American
Academy Award Winning Actor

betty whiteBetty White
17 January 1922, American

Ethan HawkeEthan Hawke
06 November 1970, American
Actor, Director, Screenwriter
Bill ClintonBill Clinton
19 August 1946, American

Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi
26 March 1940, American

Jimmy CarterJimmy Carter
01 October 1924, American
39th U.S. President

Harrison FordHarrison Ford
13 July 1942, American
American actor
Matt DamonMatt Damon
08 October 1970, American

Milo VentimigliaMilo Ventimiglia
08 July 1977, American
Rob LoweRob Lowe
17 March 1964, American

Stephen ColbertStephen Colbert
13 May 1964, American
American comedian

Lyndon B. JohnsonLyndon B. Johnson
27 August 1908, American
36th President of the U.S.A
Ben StillerBen Stiller
30 November 1965, American

Hillary ClintonHillary Clinton
26 October 1947, American
Former First Lady, Political Leader
Eva LongoriaEva Longoria
15 March 1975, American

Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson
15 March 1767, American
7th President of the United States

Woodrow WilsonWoodrow Wilson
28 December 1856, American
Father of the League of Nations
Ashley JuddAshley Judd
19 April 1968, American
Actress and Activist

John GlennJohn Glenn
18 July 1921, American
Tthe First American to Orbit the Earth
Gregory PeckGregory Peck
05 April 1916, American

Tony CurtisTony Curtis
03 June 1925, American
Film actor

Jerry SpringerJerry Springer
13 February 1944, British, American
Talk Show Host, Former Politician, Former News

Grover ClevelandGrover Cleveland
18 March 1837, American
President of the U.S.A
Ken BurnsKen Burns
29 July 1953, American
Documentary Filmmaker
Eleanor RooseveltEleanor Roosevelt
11 October 1884, American
Wife of American President Franklin Delano

James WoodsJames Woods
18 April 1947, American
Actor, Producer, Voice Artist

Jefferson DavisJefferson Davis
03 June 1808, American
Former President of the Confederate States of

James BuchananJames Buchanan
23 April 1791, American
15th U.S. President
Davy CrockettDavy Crockett
17 August 1786, American

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Pancho VillaPancho Villa
05 June 1878, Mexican

Martin Van BurenMartin Van Buren
05 December 1782, American

Jean HarlowJean Harlow
03 March 1911, American
Hollywood Sex Symbol of the 1930s

Huey LongHuey Long
30 August 1893, American
Calvin KleinCalvin Klein
19 November 1942, American
Fashion Designer

Al FrankenAl Franken
21 May 1951, American
Walter MondaleWalter Mondale
05 January 1928, American
The 42nd Vice President of the U.S.A.

Franklin PierceFranklin Pierce
23 November 1804, American

Madeleine AlbrightMadeleine Albright
15 May 1937, American
Politician & Diplomat
Robert ByrdRobert Byrd
20 November 1917, American

Denis LearyDenis Leary
18 August 1957, American
Jerry BrownJerry Brown
07 April 1938, American
34th and 39th Governor of California

Jesse JacksonJesse Jackson
08 October 1941, American
Civil Rights Activist

Sheikh HasinaSheikh Hasina
28 September 1947, Bangladeshi
Prime Minister of Bangladesh

Henry A. WallaceHenry A. Wallace
07 October 1888, American
33rd Vice President of the U.S.A.

Hubert HumphreyHubert Humphrey
27 May 1911, American
38th Vice President of the U.S
William Jennings BryanWilliam Jennings Bryan
19 March 1860, American
Former United States Secretary of State

Tim KaineTim Kaine
26 February 1958, American
Vice Presidential Running Mate of Hillary Clinton

Adlai Stevenson IIAdlai Stevenson II
05 February 1900, American

Marion BarryMarion Barry
06 March 1936, American
Wole SoyinkaWole Soyinka
13 July 1934, Nigerian
Author, Poet, Playwright

Shirley ChisholmShirley Chisholm
30 November 1924, American
Valerie JarrettValerie Jarrett
14 November 1956, American

Tom HaydenTom Hayden
11 December 1939, American
Political Activist

Clarence DarrowClarence Darrow
18 April 1857, American
Hannibal HamlinHannibal Hamlin
27 August 1809, American
15th Vice President of the U.S.A

James A. MichenerJames A. Michener
03 February 1907, American
Dolley MadisonDolley Madison
20 May 1768, American

John Nance GarnerJohn Nance Garner
22 November 1868, American
32nd Vice President of the United States

Barbara JordanBarbara Jordan
21 February 1936, American
Sam RayburnSam Rayburn
06 January 1882, American
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives

John LindsayJohn Lindsay
24 November 1921, American
Politician, Former Mayor of New York City
Steven ChuSteven Chu
28 February 1948, American
Former United States Secretary of Energy

Alben W. BarkleyAlben W. Barkley
24 November 1877, American
35th Vice President of the U.S

James RooseveltJames Roosevelt
23 December 1907, American
United States Congressman, US Military Officer,

Raila OdingaRaila Odinga
07 January 1945, Kenyan
Former Prime Minister of Kenya
José Eduardo dos SantosJosé Eduardo dos Santos
28 August 1942, Angolan
President of Angola
Kinky FriedmanKinky Friedman
01 November 1944, American
Country Singer, Songwriter, Novelist

Adlai Stevenson IAdlai Stevenson I
23 October 1835, American
23rd Vice President of the United States

Arne DuncanArne Duncan
06 November 1964, American

Hosea WilliamsHosea Williams
05 January 1926, American
Civil Rights Leader
Arthur M SchlesingerArthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
15 October 1917, American

Alphonse de LamartineAlphonse de Lamartine
21 October 1790, French

Traian BăsescuTraian Băsescu
04 November 1951, Romanian
Former President of Romania

Gideon WellesGideon Welles
01 July 1802, American

Joaquim ChissanoJoaquim Chissano
22 October 1939, Portuguese
Former President of Mozambique
John Dramani MahamaJohn Dramani Mahama
29 November 1958, Ghanaian
President of Ghana

Carl StokesCarl Stokes
21 June 1927, American
Former Mayor of Cleveland
Stephan DouglasStephen Douglas
23 April 1813, American
The Designer of the Kansas–Nebraska Act

Mark WhiteMark White
17 March 1940, American
Former Governor of Texas

Sam RainsySam Rainsy
10 March 1949, Cambodian
Martín TorrijosMartín Torrijos
18 July 1963, Panamanian

Bob WiseBob Wise
06 January 1948, American
Former Governor of West Virginia
Enrique BolañosEnrique Bolaños
13 May 1928, Nicaraguan
Former President of Nicaragua

Valeriya NovodvorskayaValeriya Novodvorskaya
17 May 1950, Russian
Russian Politician

Lincoln DavisLincoln Davis
13 September 1943, American
Former U.S. Representative

André-Marie MbidaAndré-Marie Mbida
01 January 1917, Cameroonian
Justin Randall TimberlakeJustin Randall Timberlake
31 January 1981, American
American singer-songwriter

Mike GravelMike Gravel
13 May 1930, American
politician, stockbroker,businessperson
Rahm EmanuelRahm Emanuel
1959 AD, American
politician, entrepreneur, military personnel

Al SharptonAl Sharpton
03 October 1954, American
Film actor, Radio personality, Actor, Politician
David PetraeusDavid Petraeus
07 November 1952, American

John EdwardsJohn Edwards
10 June 1953, American
Politician, Lawyer, Writer, Podcaster
Pramila JayapalPramila Jayapal
1965 AD, Indian, American
politician, state senator