Who Was the First Democratic President?

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Thomas Jefferson was the first democratic president.
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The first president to be elected by the Democratic Party was Andrew Jackson. The Democratic Party arose from the earlier Democratic-Republican Party, and many Democrats see its beginnings
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Andrew Jackson was the first President from the Democratic
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Andrew Jackson was the first president from the Democratic party. He took office on March 4th, 1829.
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Well, I'd have to go along with Andrew Jackson, from the perspective of the lower case democratic, meaning a person who behaves democratically, and from the upper case Democratic,
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Thomas Jefferson was the first president elected to the Democratic-Republican Party. This later split up into two factions, and Andrew Jackson was the first president elected from the Democratic Party.
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