City Dictionary - The Dictionary with Local Flavor
Search In: Madison Entire Site

People's Republic of Madison

Add to Favorites
Flag
Add Website
Word Category: Words & Expressions
 
2 Definitions
  1. Pejorative nick name given to Madison by political conservatives due to its long history of progressive politics. See "60 square miles surrounded by reality". Posted by: Dfanson on Jul 10, 2008 (3) (0)
  2. Madison's left leaning politics was confirmed in the 2008 presidential elections. Obama won every Madison precinct, some by an overwhelming majority. Posted by: Anonymous on Nov 10, 2008 (0) (0)
Photos
Add Photo
 
Close

What makes a good definition?

  • Share your valuable knowledge and experience. We want you to add definitions that add local flavor to your city's dictionary. Feel free to define the term by adding your personal perspective and opinion.
  • Be courteous. Please be respectful in your definitions.
  • Be clear. It’s so important that visitors know exactly what you mean, in your definitions please use clear, descriptive language.

The following is NOT allowed:

  • Hate speech. Please refrain from using hateful language that will offend fellow citizens.
  • Insults and obscenities. When you add a definition, you are posting to the public domain. Avoid insulting fellow citizens, especially with vulgar language or sexually explicit references.
  • Factual inaccuracies. Please make sure that information in your entries is accurate.
  • Violation of law. Do not violate any city, state, or federal law. Do not post copyrighted material. Do not threaten other citizens or invade their privacy in any way.
Madison Tagline
"Madtown" Edit | History
Poll