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1  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: No term limits in California: 1998 Wilson vs Davis on: April 24, 2014, 09:12:35 pm
I think Wilson hangs on by 5 points.
2  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: List of Alternate Presidents on: April 23, 2014, 09:16:58 am
Only Two FDR Terms And On Timeline(1940 through election day 1984):
32. Franklin Roosevelt (D-NY;1933-1941)**
33. John Nance Garner (D-TX;1941-1949)*, **, ***
34. Wellington Rankin (R-MT;1949-1957)**
35. Edward Martin (R-PA; 1957-1961)*, ***
36. John Kennedy (D-MA; 1961-1965)
37. George Docking (D-KS; 1965-1969)***
38. Richard Nixon (R-CA; 1969-1977)**
39. Hubert Humphrey (D-MN; 1977-1981)
40. Ronald Reagan (R-CA; 1981-present)
*: lost reelection
**: completed two or more four year terms
***: previously served as vice president of the united states
3  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 23, 2014, 08:35:46 am
8 o'clock EST: Proca Carries Florida, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire And Reagan Takes Kentucky
The polls were wrong tonight coming into this election day because none of them predicted what is apparently happening. Peter Proca will be the winner in Florida by 10 percent in the state. Proca also carries Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maryland.

Peter Proca
Florida 21 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Pennsylvania 25 electoral votes

Peter Proca
New Jersey 16 electoral votes

Peter Proca
New Hampshire 4 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Massachusetts 13 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Connecticut 8 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Maryland 10 electoral votes
Proca: 123        Reagan: 20        Thompson: 0        270 to win

President Reagan who apparently according to the exit polls and the returns that have come in so far may well loose his bid for a second term as President tonight does carry despite that Kentucky and Alabama and Mississippi and Oklahoma.

Ronald Reagan
Kentucky 9 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Alabama 9 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Mississippi 7 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Oklahoma 8 electoral votes
Headline: Proca Takes Florida by 10% Statewide, Already Has Ohio. Polls Apparantly Wrong, Reagan Holds Much Of South
Proca also carries Missouri and Maine and Delaware and Illinois and the District of Columbia.

Peter Proca
Missouri 11 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Maine 4 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Delaware 3 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Illinois 24 electoral votes

Peter Proca
District of Columbia 3 electoral votes

The Republicans are doing well in their bids to control both houses of congress. It can be pretty safely said that Democrats control the House and Republicans the Senate over the next two years. It cannot be made official just yet that Republicans will control the Senate but Democrats will control the house officially for another two years.

Democrat
House Control

Republicans may well pick up between 50 and 70 seats in the House. Big gains for the Republicans in the lower chamber of congress where Democrats have had control by historic number tallies for years. Election '84 coverage continues after this.



Proca: 165        Reagan: 53        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '84 coverage
4  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 22, 2014, 03:20:38 pm
Election '84 Update

Election 1984 update; there is a projection in Ohio we can make now where the polls have just closed.

Peter Proca
Ohio 23 electoral votes

Ohio will go for Peter Proca tonight. This a surprise because the polls did not predict that call.

Ronald Reagan
Indiana 12 electoral votes
Proca: 26        Reagan: 20        Thompson: 0        270 to win

With that Governor Proca takes an early lead in the electoral college. Polls have closed in West Virginia but there is no projection to be made at this hour in the state. Election 1984 coverage continues after this.



Democrat vs Republican
House Control

Democrat vs Republican
Senate Control

Peter Proca vs Ronald Reagan vs Jim Thompson
President of the United States of America


election '84 coverage
5  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 22, 2014, 09:36:55 am
Democrat: 29
Republican: 42
Independent: 0
51 for overall majority
6  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 22, 2014, 09:26:41 am
Election 1984 7 o'clock EST: Polls At This Hour Look Slightly Misinformed
Polls at this hour have closed in six states. Governor Proca seems to be at least slightly outperforming the polls. Of the six states two are able to be projected.

Ronald Reagan
South Carolina 8 electoral votes

Peter Proca
Vermont 3 electoral votes

Peter Proca vs Ronald Reagan vs Bill Thompson
President of the United States of America

This means that at the moment Indiana and Kentucky and Georgia and Virginia are all undecided though the polls have been closed in the four states. President Reagan leads in Indiana and Kentucky and Virginia. Their is no characterization of the race in Georgia as to which candidate leads. More after this polls will close in Ohio and West Virginia. Those returns will be brought along in an election update. The big coverage and projections will be back at 8 o'clock when polls close in 15 states and the District of Columbia. Back in a moment.



Democrat vs Republican
House Control

Democrat vs Republican
Senate Control

Peter Proca vs Ronald Reagan vs Bill Thompson
President of the United States of America
Proca: 3        Reagan: 8        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '84 coverage
7  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 21, 2014, 08:02:02 pm
1984 Final Pre Election Poll: New York Governor Peter Proca/Virginia Governor Chuck Robb versus President Ronald Reagan/Cleveland Ohio Mayor George Voinovich versus Former Illinois Governor Bill Thompson/West Virginia Businessman Cleve Benedict
Proca: 228
Reagan: 251
Thompson: 0
Undecided: 59
8  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 21, 2014, 07:41:58 pm
Election 1982 Results

Senate
Democrat: 47        Republican: 53        51 for overall majority

House
Democrat: 350        Republican: 85        219 for overall majority


election '82 results
9  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 21, 2014, 06:53:09 pm
Election 1980 Results

A recount occurred in Connecticut and the state went out of the Carter column and into the Reagan column. Ronald Reagan carries Connecticut.

Ronald Reagan
Connecticut 8 electoral votes

President
Carter: 237        Reagan: 301        Thompson: 0        270 to win

Senate
Democrat: 43        Republican: 57        51 for overall majority

House
Democrat: 405        Republican: 30        219 for overall majority


election '80 results
10  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 21, 2014, 06:26:03 pm
Polls Close In Alaska. Ronald Reagan the President of the United States.
Election 1980. The Republicans have more than enough seats to control the Senate in the next congress.

Republican
Senate Control

They do so winning all of the competitive Senate elections across the country this year according to our projections. There are three other calls to make right now.

Ronald Reagan
Missouri 12 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
New Mexico 4 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Idaho 4 electoral votes
Carter: 235        Reagan: 262        Thompson: 0        270 to win
Polls are now closing in Alaska where we can declare Governor Reagan the winner

Ronald Reagan
Alaska 3 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Ohio 25 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
President of the United States of America

Ronald Reagan does go on and carry Ohio to become the President of the United States. The dust has settled on the place where the contest was fought and Ronald Reagan wins the battle against Jimmy Carter to become the next President.
Carter: 235        Reagan: 290        Thompson: 0        270 to win
Election 1980 Close: Tennessee and Delaware Pick Sides.
Two more states are to be decided. I'm told Tennessee has gone to Governor Carter.

Jimmy Carter
Tennessee 10 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter can take some comfort in that he broke into the South tonight and carried Tennessee while still loosing his own home state. We are told governor Carter has conceded this election to Ronald Reagan now and that he called the California Governor earlier in the evening. Delaware will go for Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan
Delaware 3 electoral votes

Thank the readers; election 1980 closing out



Democrat
House Control

Republican
Senate Control

Ronald Reagan
President of the United States of America
Carter: 245        Reagan: 293        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '80 coverage
11  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 16, 2014, 05:49:46 pm
A Comeback For Jimmy Carter; Ronald Reagan Nearly Reaches 270
Come back for Jimmy Carter the Governor of Georgia and Democrat Nominee for President it is. Carter carries everything on the West Coast. Jimmy Carter takes California and Washington and Oregon and Hawaii. Governor Jimmy Carter takes New York state. Governor Reagan takes Michigan.

Jimmy Carter
California 45 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Washington 9 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Oregon 6 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Hawaii 4 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
New York 41 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Michigan 21 electoral votes

Back in a moment



Carter: 235        Reagan: 242        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '80 coverage
12  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 16, 2014, 05:39:05 pm
Democrat:41
Republican: 53
Independent: 0
51 for overall majority
13  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 16, 2014, 05:21:50 pm
Carter Takes Connecticut, Reagan Extends Lead
Brief election update; Jimmy Carter carries Connecticut and Reagan takes Utah and Nevada and Montana.

Jimmy Carter
Connecticut 8 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Utah 4 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Nevada 3 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Montana 4 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter vs Ronald Reagan
President of the United States of America
Carter: 122        Reagan: 211        Thompson: 0        270 to win

The Democrats control the House of Representatives. Governor Reagan carries Louisiana and Jimmy Carter wins in Iowa.

Democrat
House Control

Ronald Reagan
Louisiana 10 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Iowa 8 electoral votes



Carter: 130        Reagan: 221        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '80 coverage
14  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 15, 2014, 05:51:43 pm
Carter Picks Up A Little While Reagan Retains Lead
Governor Carter carries Illinois. The state had been leaning in the direction of Carter coming into tonight and now has gone the way of the Georgia Governor.

Jimmy Carter
Illinois 26 electoral votes

A big 26 electoral votes however whose significance it is very possible cannot be denied. Governor Reagan is the winner in Kansas and Nebraska. The lone star state of Texas goes for the Republican nominee.

Ronald Reagan
Kansas 7 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Nebraska 5 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Texas 26 electoral votes
Carter: 86        Reagan: 164        Thompson: 0        270 to win

I've heard Kentucky might be a bellwhether tonight. Whichever man wins Kentucky

It looks tonight like the Carter candidacy was overestimated before election night tonight.

There is a long way to go.

The signs are pointing to Ronald Reagan. More than likely the California governor will be the next President.

I'll have to stop you because a lot of states Ohio and Tenessee included are outstanding.

Doesn't help Carter that Illinois was not called right away.

It is in the Democratic column.

But it took an hour before there is a projection in the state. That means that the exit polls and information coming out of the state didn't show a wide enough Democrat trend to have Carter carry the state immeaditely as the polls close. 86 is a bad number. The Democrat nominee ought get busy.

Alright. There are some other projections to be made right now. Jimmy Carter carries Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Good

Someone needs to take you out to the wood shed or something. There is a declaration in Maine. Ronald Reagan carries Maine. Reagan also wins according to the information we have when all the votes are counted North Dakota and South Dakota and Wyoming and Colorado and Arizona.


Jimmy Carter
Minnesota 10 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Wisconsin 11 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Maine 4 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
North Dakota 3 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
South Dakota 4 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Wyoming 3 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Colorado 7 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Arizona 6 electoral votes
Carter: 107        Reagan: 191        Thompson: 0        270 to win

Panel I was coming to you but there are three more calls that one of which will not make our friend very happy. The first is in Rhode Island.

Jimmy Carter
Rhode Island 4 electoral votes

Really no contest there. Little rhodie goes for Carter.

Jimmy Carter
Vermont 3 electoral votes

Vermont that is a state previously undecided that Democrats can count as a win for the Carter/Brown campaign. And another call. Ronald Reagan carries Kentucky narrowly; it was a close and hard fought contest in the state for much of the campaign but bluegrass country when the votes are counted cast its 9 electoral votes according to the information we have from the state for governor Reagan.

Ronald Reagan
Kentucky 9 electoral votes

Election 1980 coverage continues in a moment.



Carter: 114        Reagan: 200        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '80 coverage
15  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Political Machine Results on: April 14, 2014, 07:00:36 pm
Bill Halter(AK)/John Edwards(NC): 211
Garrison Porter(TN)/Natalie Portman(OH): 327
270 to win
Final Opinion Poll
Halter: 46%
Porter: 50%
Undecided: 4%
National Popular Vote
Halter: 87.519 million
Porter: 92.815 million
John Edwards(NC)/John Kerry(MA): 370
Garrison Porter(TN)/Vanessa Hudgens(NM): 168
270 to win
Final Opinion Poll
Edwards: 52%
Porter: 43%
Undecided: 5%
National Popular Vote
Edwards: 95.636 million
Porter: 78.898 million
Note: With a month to go the opinion polls showed Edwards with a thirty point lead (61-31). The rest being undecided. The Porter campaign invoked operation close the gap and they did with one week left the Edwards lead is cut in half. More or less about two-thirds of the undecided vote goes for Edwards. In the last week the Democrat lead is cut by another six points. Realistically the Republican campaign said if at eight weeks to go instead of four the Edwards lead were thirty Porter could well have won the election nationally. Garrison Porter conceded defeat in Knoxville after 11 o'clock EST saying that "while others would come and pick up the fallen torch the fire will never go out." Observers say Vanessa Hudgens is and was the wrong choice for a running mate. Natalie Portman would have been more effective as the Republican candidate for Vice President.
16  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 13, 2014, 12:52:41 pm
Democrat: 40
Republican: 43
51 for overall majority
17  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 13, 2014, 12:41:29 pm
Ronald Reagan Leads Electoral Vote Count After 8:30 PM EST, Ohio UndecidedGovernor Carter carries West Virginia and gets his first electoral votes of the night. Ohio has seen their polls close but the race is undecided between the three candidates. Thompson according to exit polls is polling a distant third in the buckeye state. People that are in line when the polls close in any state can still vote.

Jimmy Carter
West Virginia 6 electoral votes

8 o'clock on the East coast. We are calling Georgia and Alabama and Mississippi for Reagan. Georgia the home state of Jimmy Carter goes to the Republican Reagan. Carter takes Pennsylvania and Reagan New Jersey. Two important calls from Georgia and New Jersey both for the Republican.

Ronald Reagan
Georgia 12 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Alabama 9 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Mississippi 7 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Pennsylvania 27 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
New Jersey 17 electoral votes
Carter: 33        Reagan: 78        Thompson: 0        270 to win

Illinois is undecided. Jimmy Carter carries the District of Columbia and Maryland and Massachusetts.

Jimmy Carter
District of Columbia 3 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Maryland 10 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter
Massachusetts 14 electoral votes

Florida and Oklahoma and New Hampshire all will go to the Republican Reagan. Ronald Reagan also takes North Carolina and despite a pretty bitter competition in the state Arkansas. Election 1980 coverage continues after this.

Ronald Reagan
Florida 17 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Oklahoma 8 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
New Hampshire 4 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
North Carolina 13 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Arkansas 6 electoral votes

Jimmy Carter vs Ronald Reagan vs Bill Thompson
President of the United States of America



Carter: 60        Reagan: 126        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '80 coverage
18  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 10, 2014, 07:17:21 pm
Democrat: 34
Republican: 37
Independent: 0
51 for overall majority
19  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 10, 2014, 07:13:55 pm
Reagan Leads Nationally, Voting Still Going On In 44 States
Election 1980 coverage open. Six states have just closed their polls and we can declare winners in three of the six states for President all for Governor Reagan.

Ronald Reagan
Indiana 13 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
Virginia 12 electoral votes

Ronald Reagan
South Carolina 8 electoral votes

Governor Reagan wins over Jimmy Carter and Governor Thompson in Indiana the hoosier state and Virginia and South Carolina. Polls have closed in Georgia and Vermont and Kentucky but we are unable to declare a winner at this hour in any of those three states. All are undecided. More election coverage 1980 after this; stay tuned.



Carter: 0        Reagan: 33        Thompson: 0        270 to win


election '80 coverage
20  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 09, 2014, 08:42:54 am
1980 Final Pre Election Poll: Former Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter/California Governor Jerry Brown versus Former California Governor Ronald Reagan/House Minority Leader Gerald Ford versus Illinois Governor Jim Thompson/Former Missouri Governor Kit Bond
Carter/Brown: 179
Reagan/Ford: 198
Thompson/Bond: 0
270 to win
21  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 08, 2014, 11:12:58 pm
Election 1978 Results

Senate
Democrat: 51        Republican: 49        51 for overall majority

House
Democrat: 400        Republican: 35        219 for overall majority

President Hubert Humphrey declines to seek a second full term as President in 1980. Ronald Reagan wins the Republican nomination for President. House Minority Leader and Michigan congressman Gerald Ford is the Republican nominee for Vice President. For the Democrats; Vice President Nevadan Howard Cannon and Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy both seek the nomination for President from the Democrats. In spite of the two Jimmy Carter the former Georgia governor defeats both Cannon and Kennedy and wins the Democratic nomination for President. Jerry Brown is nominated by the Democrats for Vice President. Illinois Governor Jim Thompson and Missouri Governor Kit Bond run on the American Moderate Party ticket.


election '78 results
22  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 08, 2014, 10:46:29 pm
Election 1976 Results

President
Humphrey: 294        Bush: 244        270 to win

Senate
Democrat: 43        Republican: 57        51 for overall majority

House
Democrat: 410        Republican: 25        219 needed for overall majority



Democrat
House Control

Republican
Senate Control

Hubert Humphrey
President of the United States of America


election '76 results
23  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 08, 2014, 10:22:07 pm
Election '76 Close; Humphrey Extends Electoral College Win
Two other states are to be declared right now.

George Bush
Colorado 7 electoral votes

George Bush
Montana 4 electoral votes

CIA Director and Republican nominee carries Colorado and Montana even as he looses the election nationally. Three other states. President elect Humphrey carries Iowa and Louisiana. George Bush takes Nevada. Thanks to the readers. Election 1976 closing out.

Hubert Humphrey
Louisiana 10 electoral votes

Hubert Humphrey
Iowa 8 electoral votes

George Bush
Nevada 3 electoral votes



Democrat
House Control

Republican
Senate Control

Hubert Humphrey
President of the United States of America
Humphrey: 294        Bush: 244        270 to win



election '76 coverage
24  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 07, 2014, 07:20:11 pm
It is 11 o'clock on the East Coast. Polls have closed on the West Coast and Idaho and Hawaii. Senator Humphrey carries Washington state and Oregon and Hawaii. CIA Director George HW Bush carries Idaho.

Hubert Humphrey
Washington 9 electoral votes

Hubert Humphrey
Oregon 6 electoral votes

Hubert Humphrey
Hawaii 4 electoral votes

George Bush
Idaho 4 electoral votes
Humphrey: 198        Bush: 181        270 to win

Some more projections right now. California goes for Humphrey. It turns out Governor Reagan was not the keeper of George Bush. 45 electoral votes from one state in the Democratic column.

Hubert Humphrey
California 45 electoral votes

Here is some long awaited news for George Bush and some say too long. Another projection; Georgia goes for George Bush and its 12 electoral votes.

George Bush
Georgia 12 electoral votes

Missouri will go for the Democrat nominee that being Hubert Humphrey.

Hubert Humphrey
Missouri 12 electoral votes

Alaska will give its 3 electoral votes to Director Bush.

George Bush
Alaska 3 electoral votes

Hubert Humphrey
Michigan 21 electoral votes

Hubert Humphrey
President of the United States of America
Humphrey: 276        Bush: 196        270 to win

George Bush
Ohio 25 electoral votes

Bush carries Ohio but it will not make any difference now. Hubert Humphrey is now President elect of the United States. He carries Michigan and will be the next President.

George Bush
Kentucky 9 electoral votes

Another projection now Bush carries Kentucky. The Humphrey camp is just now hearing the news of their man being the next President of the United States in Minneapolis. More election night '76 coverage after this.



Democrat
House Control

Republican
Senate Control

Hubert Humphrey
President of the United States of America
Humphrey: 276        Bush: 230        270 to win


election '76 coverage
25  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: Only Two FDR Terms and on timeline on: April 07, 2014, 09:54:14 am
Election '76 Update

Another election update. Polls have closed in six other states. George Bush will carry Utah and Hubert Humphrey New Mexico. More election coverage after this.

George Bush
Utah 4 electoral votes

Hubert Humphrey
New Mexico 4 electoral votes



Humphrey: 179        Bush: 177        270 to win


election '76 coverage
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