Saturday, January 07, 2006

DNC vs. RNC: People

Both the DNC and RNC web sites have sections devoted to news and information related to specific groups. The DNC calls these groups “communities.” Clicking on “People” will show a list of 14 communities that you can click on. Each community page has news related to those areas. For the RNC, the groups are called “Teams.” You can click on “GOP Teams” and you will see eight teams. The DNC focuses on news related to each of the groups. The RNC has news but also focuses more on joining a team and recruiting others and otherwise taking action. Here is a side-by side match up of the groups:


Democratic National Committee – “Communities”

Republican National Committee – “Teams”

African Americans

African Americans

Hispanics

Hispanics

Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders

Native Americans

Religious

Catholics

Faith and Values

Small Business

Entrepreneurs

Seniors and Retirees

Seniors

Young People and Students

Youth

Women

Women

Disability

Farmers and Ranchers

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender

Union Members and Families

Veterans and Military Families

Links to their sites:

http://www.democrats.org/

http://www.rnc.org/

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