Primary Resources: Political Parties Scholarship at the Miller Center Colloquia Series Primary Sources APSA Politics & History Join the Email List Fellowship Program Current Fellows Upcoming Events Opportunities for Students Public Service Fellows Undergraduate Research Award Democratic Party: The official website for the Democratic Party. Republican Party: The official website for the Republican National Committee. The Directory of U.S. Political Parties: The site lists the major U.S. political parties as well as third parties and unofficial parties (never endorsed a candidate). You will also find links to the various organizations related to each party or organization. Some U.S. Third Parties: Green PartyAmerican Reform Party Independence Party Libertarian PartyCommunist Party U.S.A.Labor Party U.S. Pacifist PartySocialist Party U.S.A.Prohibition Party Elections 2004: Through the Department of State website, Elections 2004 is a series of educational articles about political parties, campaign finance, and elections. Check out the bibliography for further useful links. The American Presidency Project: Maintained by the University of California, Santa Barbara, this collection offers documents, records, and multimedia primary sources. In the Document Archive, study historical Political Party Platforms (all major party platforms, 1840-2006) or search the Presidential Public Papersarchive (1929-2006). This Political Parties in the Senate: The Senate website offers various links to study to the political party divisions in the Senate.