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1  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 11:12:56 pm
House Majority Leader Oscar Underwood (D-AL)/Governor Eugene Foss (D-MA) versus Vice President Henry Cocherns (R-WI)/Senator William Borah (R-ID) versus Robert Lafollette (I-WI)/Senator Hiram Johnson (I-CA) versus State Senator & Socialist Eugene Debs (S-IN)/Mayor Emil Seidel (S-WI) Election 1912 Final National Opinion Poll
Underwood: 208
Cocherns: 172
Lafollette: 5
Debs: 0
266 to win
2  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 10:41:00 pm
Big Call: New York; The Empire State Cast Its Electoral College Votes For Blanche BruceThe President of the United States Blanche Bruce does carry New York and its 39 electoral votes. Big block of electoral college votes there. Woodrow Wilson does do what some people considered possible but not very likely. He carries Massachusetts.

Blanche Bruce
New York 39 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Massachusetts 16 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Wisconsin 13 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America

Blanche Bruce has been reelected. He can thank the South.
President Blanche Bruce Is Reelected; Woodrow Wilson Sweeps West But Bruce Hangs On And Wins ElectionBlanche Bruce reelected adds Rhode Island to his winning column.

Blanche Bruce
Rhode Island 4 electoral votes
Wilson: 222        Bruce: 250        Lafolette: 0        242 to win

South Dakota and Connecticut both cast their electoral votes for Woodrow Wilson the Democrat. This is Garrison Porter. Thanks for reading.

Woodrow Wilson
South Dakota 4 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Connecticut 7 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America



Wilson: 233        Bruce: 250        Lafolette: 0        242 to win


election '08 coverage
3  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 07:26:00 pm
Woodrow Wilson is the winner in Colorado and Wyoming and North Dakota. He is also the winner in Alabama. Keeping the Democrats the winners in the Deep South. Florida is still outstanding. Yes Blanche Bruce carries Michigan and Woodrow Wilson is the winner in Minnesota.

Woodrow Wilson
Colorado 5 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Wyoming 3 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
North Dakota 4 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Alabama 11 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Michigan 14 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Minnesota 11 electoral votes
Wilson: 161        Bruce: 181        Lafolette: 0        242 to win

All three Montana and Utah and Nevada do cast their electoral college votes for Woodrow Wilson the Democrat nominee.

Woodrow Wilson
Montana 3 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Utah 3 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Nevada 3 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson vs Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America

Woodrow Wilson is the winner in another three states. Those are Washington state and Oregon and California. Blanche Bruce does carry Iowa.

Woodrow Wilson
Washington 5 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Oregon 4 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
California 10 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Iowa 13 electoral votes

Democrat Woodrow Wilson takes the lead. He carries Delaware and Idaho and Florida and Maine.

Woodrow Wilson
Delaware 3 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Idaho 3 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Florida 5 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Maine 6 electoral votes

Six states outstanding. No President of the United States yet. More election 1908 coverage after this.



Wilson: 206        Bruce: 194        Lafolette: 0        242 to win


election '08 coverage
4  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 02:07:53 pm
Election 1908 update. Princeton University President Woodrow Wilson carries Indiana and its 15 electoral college votes. President of the United States Blanche Bruce carries Illinois. Back in a moment.

Woodrow Wilson
Indiana 15 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Illinois 27 electoral votes



Woodrow Wilson vs Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America


election '08 coverage
5  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 10:52:48 am
Wilson: 112
Bruce: 140
Lafollette: 0
242 to win
6  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 10:51:51 am
There are some other states we can declare. Tennessee will go for Blanche Bruce. A first time in a while there. North Carolina and Arkansas will both go for President Bruce. Woodrow Wilson is the winner in Ohio and Texas. Also he is the winner in Kansas and Nebraska and New Hampshire and Mississippi and Maryland.

Blanche Bruce
Tennessee 12 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
North Carolina 12 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Arkansas 9 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Ohio 23 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Texas 18 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Kansas 10 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Nebraska 8 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
New Hampshire 4 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Mississippi 10 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Maryland 8 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson vs Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America
Wilson: 103        Bruce: 133        Lafollette: 0        242 to win

Oklahoma will cast its electoral votes for Blanche Bruce and Louisiana cast their own electoral votes for Woodrow Wilson. Election 1908 coverage continues after this. Still no clear leader or winner tonight. Back with more after this.

Blanche Bruce
Oklahoma 7 electoral votes

Woodrow Wilson
Louisiana 9 electoral votes


election '08 coverage
7  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 20, 2014, 08:56:52 am
No Clear Winner In Presidential Race; Some Trivial ProjectionsIt may be hours before we can declare a winner in this presidential election. We can call South Carolina for college President Woodrow Wilson He will do very well there tonight.

Woodrow Wilson
South Carolina 9 electoral votes

The polls are right at least so far. Both Virginia and Kentucky will cast their electoral votes for the Republican President Blanche Bruce.

Blanche Bruce
Virginia 12 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Kentucky 13 electoral votes

Georgia will cast its electoral votes for Woodrow Wilson.

Woodrow Wilson
Georgia 13 electoral votes

By a much narrower margin this year. The opinion polls are correct right now. The Democrat nominee still walks away with Georgia.

West Virginia will cast its electoral votes for Blanche Bruce. Missouri does too. Pennsylvania and New Jersey and Vermont.


Blanche Bruce
West Virginia 7 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Missouri 18 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Pennsylvania 34 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
New Jersey 12 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Vermont 4 electoral votes


election '08 coverage
8  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 19, 2014, 11:01:37 pm
Wallace: 101        Porter: 437        270 to win
Final Opinion Poll(Porter+8)
George Wallace/Hillary Clinton 44%
Garrison Porter/Anne Hathaway 52%
Undecided 4%
National Popular Vote
Wallace/Clinton 45.47% (77897000)
Porter/Hathaway 54.53% (93404000)
Ten States Carried By Porter But By The Narrowest Margins: Arizona (50%W); Kansas (50%W); Michigan (50%W); New Jersey (50%W); Connecticut (50%W); Missouri (51%); Vermont (51%); California (52%); Ohio (52%); Pennsylvania (52%). Ten States Carried By Porter But By The Widest Margins: Wyoming (74%); Alaska (72%); Texas (72%); Idaho (71%); Utah (67%); Montana (67%); North Dakota (67%); South Dakota (67%); Mississippi (66%); Tennessee (66%). States Carried By George Wallace By Percent Won Statewide In Descending Order: Illinois (57%); New York (55%); Maryland (54%); Rhode Island (53%) New Mexico (52%); Massachusetts (52%); Oklahoma (51%); West Virginia (51%); Delaware (51%).
Wallace: 103        Porter: 435        270 to win
Final Opinion Poll(Porter+7)
George Wallace/John Kerry 44%
Garrison Porter/Anne Hathaway 51%
National Popular Vote
Wallace/Kerry 46.17% (82399000)
Porter/Hathaway 53.83% (96040000)
Ten States Carried By Porter But By The Narrowest Margin: North Carolina (50%W); Michigan (50%W); California (51%); Pennsylvania (51%); New Jersey (51%); Connecticut (51%); Minnesota (53%); Virginia (53%); Ohio (53%); Rhode Island (53%). Ten States Carried By Porter But By The Widest Margin: Alaska (75%); Nebraska (71%); South Dakota (70%); North Dakota (69%); Mississippi (69%); Kansas (68%); Texas (66%); Wyoming (65%); Montana (64%); Oklahoma (64%). States Carried By George Wallace By Percent Won Statewide In Descending Order: Illinois (57%); Maryland (57%); New York (56%); Delaware (54%); West Virginia (53%); New Hampshire (53%); Wisconsin (51%); Massachusetts (51%); Maine (51%).
Yes George Wallace won nine states both times. Almost the same nine states but not. No need in doing ten states by widest margins won for Wallace and ten by narrowest margins because he did not win ten states either time to begin with. The second of these two elections Michigan was colored in blue in opinion polls before election day but the state went for Porter/Hathaway. It was good to hang on to the state and its 17 electoral votes. Letting Wallace take two of the three (Minnesota and Wisconsin and Michigan) from me is not something I really wanted to do. I would rather have Michigan than Wisconsin so that worked out. Illinois just has its pants in a wad; I mean there is nothing else to say about that. Its a little impossible or so it seems for George Wallace to be elected because no one figuratively speaking wants a at least one time segregationist to be President. In my opinion who can blame them.
9  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 19, 2014, 07:08:42 pm
Princeton President Woodrow Wilson (D-NJ)/Governor John Johnson (D-MN) versus President Blanche Bruce (R-MS)/Vice President Henry Cocherns (R-WI) versus Senator Robert Lafollette (I-WI)/Milford Howard (I-AL) Election 1908 Final National Opinion Poll
Wilson: 188
Bruce: 194
Lafollette: 0
242 to win
10  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 19, 2014, 06:29:12 pm
Washington state is casting its electoral college votes for Grover Cleveland. Missouri will cast its electoral votes by about two-fifths of one percent for Blanche Bruce. This is Garrison Porter. Thanks for reading.

Grover Cleveland
Washington 5 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Missouri 18 electoral votes



Cleveland: 207        Bruce: 269        239 to win


election '04 coverage
11  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 19, 2014, 06:19:30 pm
President Cleveland Carries Kansas But Blanche Lincoln Looks More And More Like A President ElectPresident Cleveland is the winner in Kansas. An important state. Blanche Bruce is the winner in Rhode Island and New Hampshire.

Grover Cleveland
Kansas 10 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Rhode Island 4 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
New Hampshire 4 electoral votes

We have a major projection to make right now. Blanche Bruce will be the President of the United States of America. He defeats Grover Cleveland nationally. Blanche Bruce carries California and that takes him over the 239 electoral college votes needed to win the election.

Blanche Bruce
California 10 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America

President elect Bruce is the winner in North Dakota.

Blanche Bruce
North Dakota 4 electoral votes

Back in a moment



Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America


election '04 coverage
12  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: the birth of modern america & onward on: October 19, 2014, 06:02:10 pm
Just some other states to call right now. Former Vice President Blanche Bruce carries Iowa and Minnesota. President Cleveland the candidate for reelection is the winner in Montana and Utah and Nevada. Big news now Grover Cleveland will carry the state of Ohio. Its a big help in his bid to win reelection tonight. Ohio for Cleveland.

Blanche Bruce
Iowa 13 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Minnesota 11 electoral votes

Grover Cleveland
Montana 3 electoral votes

Grover Cleveland
Utah 3 electoral votes

Grover Cleveland vs Blanche Bruce
President of the United States of America

Grover Cleveland
Nevada 3 electoral votes

Grover Cleveland
Ohio 23 electoral votes
Cleveland: 176        Bruce: 225        239 to win

I am told we can project Idaho will go for Cleveland. Kentucky for Cleveland. Oregon into the Republican column. The 4 electoral votes there go for Vice President Bruce. Blanche Bruce is 10 electoral college votes away from being elected.

Grover Cleveland
Idaho 3 electoral votes

Grover Cleveland
Kentucky 13 electoral votes

Blanche Bruce
Oregon 4 electoral votes
Cleveland: 192        Bruce: 229        239 to win


election '04 coverage
13  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 17, 2014, 10:02:52 am
1:00 AM EST
Wallace: 21        Porter: 457        270 to win
2:00 AM EST
Wallace: 26        Porter: 457        270 to win
3:00 AM EST
Wallace: 26        Porter: 512        270 to win
4:00 AM EST
No projections
5:00 AM EST
No projections
6:00 AM EST
No projections
Election results after certification of all votes cast
Wallace: 26        Porter: 512        270 to win
National Popular Vote
Wallace/Jefferson 41.852351% (73892000)
Porter/Hathaway 58.147649% (102662000)
Ten States Carried By Porter But By The Narrowest Margins: California (51%); Arkansas (51%); Maryland (52%); New York (52%); New Mexico (53%); New Jersey (53%); Massachusetts (53%); Washington (54%); Kentucky (54%); Minnesota (55%). Ten States Carried By Porter By The Widest Margins: Alaska (71%); Wyoming (71%); Florida (70%); Texas (69%); South Carolina (69%); Nebraska (68%); Kansas (68%); Idaho (67%); Georgia (67%); North Dakota (66%). Two States Carried By Wallace But By The Narrowest Margins: Illinois (52%); West Virginia (50%W).
14  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Gubernatorial/Statewide Elections / Re: Florida Megathread on: October 16, 2014, 09:49:45 pm
When I saw the fan incident first on Google News at minimum 12 hours after the conclusion of the debate I could not help but think of four years earlier involving another debate between candidates for Florida governor with Alex Sink and two of her campaign aides. Rick Scott wins in 2010 by 60000 votes; a wider margin. Maybe I think elections are closer than they actually are but 60000 votes is a solid difference between two candidates. A state voting for a presidential candidate who represents the party opposite of the one that holds the state house in the state is not unusual. As a matter of fact a sign of a rejection by the Florida electorate of Rick Scott would be clear had the state gone for Mitt Romney. Rick Scott may well be Florida governor twice because he follows the rules.
15  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 14, 2014, 07:06:30 pm
Final Opinion Poll(Porter+15)
George Wallace/Thomas Jefferson 40%
Garrison Porter/Anne Hathaway 55%
Undecided 5%
George Wallace vs Garrison Porter (145-38)
President of the United States of America
7:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 37        270 to win
7:30 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 57        270 to win
8:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 181        270 to win
8:30 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 196        270 to win
9:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 303        270 to win
Garrison Porter (146-38)
President of the United States of America
10:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 366        270 to win
11:00 PM EST
Wallace: 21        Porter: 386        270 to win
12:00 AM EST
Wallace: 21        Porter: 451        270 to win
16  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 14, 2014, 06:02:14 pm
1:00 AM EST
No projections
2:00 AM EST
Wallace: 21        Porter: 486        270 to win
3:00 AM EST
Wallace: 52        Porter: 486        270 to win
4:00 AM EST
No projections
5:00 AM EST
No projections
6:00 AM EST
No projections
Election results after certification of all votes cast
Wallace: 52        Porter: 486        270 to win
National Popular Vote
George Wallace/Bill Richardson 40.0503% (70676000)
Garrison Porter/Anne Hathaway 59.9497% (105792000)
17  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: Who wins in Kentucky? on: October 13, 2014, 10:25:58 pm
I just watched the debate. McConnell's performance was embarrassing.

Wow, unexpected coming from you!
I watched the debate via live stream online. McConnell early in the debate before Eastern Kentuckians went to bed or changed the channel tried to talk about coal but Grimes really put her foot down. I say Grimes wins the debate.
18  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 13, 2014, 08:47:49 am
Final Opinion Poll(Porter+19)
George Wallace/Bill Richardson 38%
Garrison Porter/Anne Hathaway 57%
Undecided 5%
George Wallace vs Garrison Porter (144-38)
President of the United States of America
7:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 58        270 to win
7:30 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 83        270 to win
8:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 216        270 to win
8:30 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 237        270 to win
9:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 362        270 to win
Garrison Porter (145-38)
President of the United States of America
10:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 399        270 to win
11:00 PM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 425        270 to win
12:00 AM EST
Wallace: 0        Porter: 431        270 to win
19  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 12, 2014, 05:39:22 pm
1:00 AM EST
No projections
2:00 AM EST
Grimes: 87        Porter: 392        270 to win
3:00 AM EST
Grimes: 91        Porter: 392        270 to win
4:00 AM EST
No projections
5:00 AM EST
Grimes: 91        Porter: 447        270 to win
6:00 AM EST
No projections
Election results after certification of all votes cast
Grimes: 91        Porter: 447        270 to win
National Popular Vote
Alison Grimes(KY)/Thomas Jefferson(VA) 43.90260% (76758000)
Garrison Porter(TN)/Natalie Portman(OH) 56.10740% (98079000)
Best Of 10 Elections Won
Alison Grimes 4
Garrison Porter/Natalie Portman 6
6 to win
20  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 12, 2014, 05:26:53 pm
Final Opinion Poll(Porter+13)
Alison Grimes 41%
Garrison Porter 54%
Undecided 5%
Alison Grimes vs Garrison Porter (143-38)
President of the United States of America
7:00 PM EST
Grimes: 0        Porter: 50        270 to win
7:30 PM EST
No projections
8:00 PM EST
Grimes: 0        Porter: 121        270 to win
8:30 PM EST
Grimes: 0        Porter: 162        270 to win
9:00 PM EST
Grimes: 31        Porter: 295        270 to win
Garrison Porter (144-38)
President of the United States of America
10:00 PM EST
Grimes: 59        Porter: 315        270 to win
11:00 PM EST
Grimes: 66        Porter: 342        270 to win
Garrison Porter may not carry Maryland tonight but he does win another Democratic stronghold. That being Massachusetts. The Republican carries the bay state with 52% of the vote statewide. That 144-38 number is 144 wins and 38 losses nationally. Meaning in terms of this game Garrison Porter wins 79.12 percent of the time.
12:00 AM EST
Grimes: 87        Porter: 356        270 to win
21  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: NRSC eating its words, begins to shift resources on: October 11, 2014, 10:16:04 am
I hope Scott Brown does better in New Hampshire than what opinion polls suggest he will. Jeanne Shaheen is a talented campaigner. I think the Brown camp is smart to run their campaign like their candidate is running in the New Hampshire primary for President. And I want Roberts to survive in Kansas.
22  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 09, 2014, 10:53:21 pm
1:00 AM EST
Grimes: 261        Porter: 225        270 to win
2:00 AM EST
Grimes: 261        Porter: 256        270 to win
Panel?

That would have to be a shocker. Maryland going to Garrison Porter. Its a traditionally Democratic state. Its something we can assume left over from Garrison Porter sweeping the East Coast two elections ago. Maryland and its 10 electoral votes and the 3 coming from the District of Columbia cast their electoral votes for the same candidate. The District of Columbia going automatically for which ever candidate wins in Maryland and its electoral college votes. Maryland and its 13 electoral college votes go to Garrison Porter.
3:00 AM EST
Grimes: 266        Porter: 261        270 to win
4:00 AM EST
Grimes: 273        Porter: 261        270 to win
Alison Grimes
President of the United States of America
5:00 AM EST
Grimes: 277        Porter: 261        270 to win
6:00 AM EST
No projections
Election results after certification of all votes cast
Grimes: 277        Porter: 261        270 to win
National Popular Vote
Alison Grimes(KY)/Woodrow Wilson(NJ) 51.596% (87884000)
Garrison Porter(TN)/Natalie Portman(OH) 48.414% (82446000)
23  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Generic R vs Generic D on: October 09, 2014, 10:37:56 pm
You people honestly believe that if O'Malley or Biden led a ticket they would win?
If it were Mitt Romney. Then its the best chance of a repeat of the Reagan/Bush era. Mitt Romney can loose to O'Malley and Biden and Clinton and Quinn.  A Jeb Bush/Mitt Romney ticket on the other hand would be very strong.

I can agree with this, but any moderate Republican that is not Mitt would beat either of those 2.
24  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2016 U.S. Presidential Election / Re: Generic R vs Generic D on: October 09, 2014, 10:15:56 pm
You people honestly believe that if O'Malley or Biden led a ticket they would win?
If it were Mitt Romney. Then its the best chance of a repeat of the Reagan/Bush era. Mitt Romney can loose to O'Malley and Biden and Clinton and Quinn. A Jeb Bush/Mitt Romney ticket on the other hand would be very strong.
25  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: October 09, 2014, 09:40:42 am
Best Of 10 Elections Won
Alison Grimes 3
Garrison Porter/Natalie Portman 5
6 to win
Final Opinion Poll(Grimes+2)
Alison Grimes 49%
Garrison Porter 47%
Undecided 4%
Alison Grimes vs Garrison Porter (143-37)
President of the United States of America
7:00 PM EST
Grimes: 0        Porter: 23        270 to win
7:30 PM EST
No projections
8:00 PM EST
Grimes: 33        Porter: 56        270 to win
8:30 PM EST
No projections
9:00 PM EST
Grimes: 104        Porter: 100        270 to win
10:00 PM EST
Grimes: 138        Porter: 167        270 to win
11:00 PM EST
Grimes: 200        Porter: 182        270 to win
12:00 AM EST
Grimes: 230        Porter: 199        270 to win
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