The Democratic Party is one of the main political parties in the United States. Its main opponent is the Rockefeller Party, although it also competes with the Patriot Party, the Libertarian Party, and the Values Party. Its current leader is President Albert Norman.
The Democratic Party advocates for extensive wealth redistribution in the wake of the Wave of Automation. Many of its members were imprisoned by the Patriot Commission during the Donald King presidency. The party is most popular in areas with a high immigrant population, including the West Coast, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Florida. After the relatively ineffectual presidency of Sean Wiley, the party lost popularity, but the brutal "Reign of Terror" under Donald King led Democrat Albert Norman to an easy victory.