Let’s address the elephant in the room. The near 200-year-old battle between the left and right has reached a boiling point. If you support American conservatism, a decentralized government, and free market capitalism, the Republican flag is just what you need to make your voice heard. Republican party flags are obviously 100% made in America, as it should be.
Be wary of flimsy mesh-like polyester flags if you’re looking for a Republican flag from the United States. Our durable 3’ x 5’ flags are printed on 200 denier nylon, a fast-drying fabric. Key features also include a strong canvas header and brass grommets for secure flag flying on any outdoor flagpole.
Interesting Fact: In 2016 the Republican Party called for a commission to look into the possibility of returning to a gold standard system. In the meantime, we only accept all major credit cards and Paypal.
- Made in America
- Authentic design
- 200 denier nylon*
- Durable canvas heading
- Brass grommets
- Rich screen-printed design
*Mini 4” x 6” Republican flags are made of a silk-polyester and mounted on a 10” plastic black staff with gold spear. No, not real gold.
HISTORY OF THE REPUBLICAN FLAG
The term “Republican” originated in the late 1700s by Thomas Jefferson’s supporters who favored a federal government with limited powers and more authority spread throughout state legislatures. His political ideals have not wavered from the modern Republican Party. The Republican Party, also known as the Grand Old Party (GOP), officially formed in 1854. Abraham Lincoln was the first person to run for election under the Republican Party.
The elephant is the symbol of the Republican Party, and the flag displays it front and center. The centerpiece was first published as a political cartoon by Thomas Nast in 1874 where it was included in Harper’s Weekly, an American political magazine. There was no color identity of the Republican party until after the election in 2000. Major broadcasting networks consistently used the color red to represent which states the Republican nominee, George W. Bush, won during the presidential election.
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