Republican Party (United States)
|Abbreviation||GOP (Grand Old Party)|
|Chairperson||Donald Rasband (TX)|
|U.S. President||Clarence Wiggins (MI)|
|U.S. Vice President||Fredrick Itcheon (FL)|
|House Speaker||Meghan Quimby (BC)|
|Senate Majority Leader||Joshua Smith (WV)|
|House Majority Leader||Arthur McDonald (TX)|
|Founded||August 3, 1854|
|Split from||Tea Party (1994)|
|Preceded by||Whig Party|
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|House of Representatives|
177 / 352
|House of Representatives Non-Voting Members|
42 / 106
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The Republican Party, often shortened to GOP, or the Grand Old Party, is one of the four major political parties in the United States. The GOP's main ideological and historical rival is the Democratic Party. The GOP and the Tea Party split over ideological differences in 1994.