The Confederate States of America has a slight two-party system. There are two main factions in the Confederate political system, yet both of these are easily defeated in some districts by the third-partiers and Independents, this is due to the system of voting which is similar to that of the Commonwealth of Australia, where voting takes place by placing the Candidates and their parties in a numbered order. The candidate with the the most 1s and 2s next to their name goes to the Two-Party Preferred (2PP). From there, the Candidate who gains lower numbers from the voters, wins.
Federal Congressional parties and their leaders
Seats in the House of Representatives
Seats in the Senate
In the Whig Coalition
In the Democratic Coalition; Merged with the National Party in some states