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In September 2010, the Democratic Party unveiled its new logo, which featured a blue D inside a blue circle. It was the party's first official logo; the donkey logo had only been semi-official. Jefferson-Jackson Day is the annual fundraising event (dinner) held by Democratic Party organizations across the United States.Why is the Democratic Party blue and not red?
For example, in Canada red represents the Liberals while blue represents the Conservatives. In the United Kingdom, red denotes the Labour Party and blue symbolizes the Conservative Party. Any use of the color blue to denote the Democratic Party prior to 2000 would be historically inaccurate and misleading.What was the original name of the Democratic Party?
Democracy was a popular term that was used by those who supported the movement. However, the name “Democratic Party” became the party’s official name in 1844. Party members are often referred to as “Democrats.” Like most political parties around the world, the Democratic Party has both party symbol and color.Is the donkey the Democratic Party symbol?
While the Donkey is synonymous with the Democratic Party, the Democrats have never made it their official party symbol but use it on a lot of their material. Why is the Donkey a Symbol of the Democratic Party?