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« Reply #25 on: August 02, 2012, 01:55:00 pm »
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Porter vs. Cuomo

Alabama: 54%-45%
Alaska: 79%-20%
Arkansas: 68%-31%
Arizona: 59%-40%
California: 31%-68%
Colorado: 46%-53%
Connecticut: 41%-58%
Delaware: 37%-62%
Florida: 46%-53%
Georgia: 60%-39%
Hawaii: 60%-39%
Idaho: 89%-10%
Illinois: 37%-62%
Indiana: 51%-48%
Iowa: 51%-48%
Kansas: 56%-43%
Kentucky: 48%-51%
Louisiana: 69%-30%
Maryland: 44%-55%
Massachussetts: 55%-44%
Michigan: 36%-63%
Minnesota: 28%-71%
Mississippi: 51%-48%
Missouri: 70%-29%
Montana: 83%-16%
Nebraska: 69%-30%
Nevada: 70%-29%
New Hampshire: 55%-44%
New Jersey: 50%-49%
New Mexico: 70%-29%
New York: 43%-56%
North Carolina: 50%-49%
North Dakota: 77%-22%
Ohio: 43%-56%
Oklahoma: 67%-32%
Oregon: 43%-56%
Pennsylvania: 37%-62%
Rhode Island: 53%-46%
South Carolina: 83%-16%
South Dakota: 73%-26%
Tennessee: 53%-46%
Texas: 66%-33%
Utah: 79%-20%
Vermont: 58%-41%
Virgnia: 50%-49%
Washington: 52%-47%
West Virgnia: 50%-49%
Wisconsin: 32%-67%
Wyoming: 77%-22%


National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 279 electoral votes   65, 557, 000 votes   48.4%
Mario Matthew Cuomo: 259 electoral votes     69, 706, 000 votes   51.6%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total Votes Cast: 135, 263, 000
Difference between candidates: Cuomo wins popular vote by 4.2 million votes, but Porter wins 279 electoral votes and the election, despite loosing the nation wide popular vote.

Close states (decided by two percentage points or less):
Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virgnia, West Virgnia

States determined close carried by Porter:
Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virgnia, West Virgnia

States determined close carried by Cuomo:
Kentucky

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater: Alaska, Idaho, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming

Cuomo states won with 70% of the vote or greater: Minnesota
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #26 on: August 02, 2012, 02:18:56 pm »
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Porter vs Cuomo round two

Alabama: 51%-48%
Alaska: 68%-31%
Arizona: 46%-53%
Arkansas: 56%-43%
California: 46%-53%
Colorado: 49%-50%
Connecticut: 43%-56%
Delaware: 43%-56%
Florida: 43%-56%
Georgia: 50%-49%
Hawaii: 44%-55%
Idaho: 56%-43%
Illinois: 33%-66%
Indiana: 48%-51%
Iowa: 48%-51%
Kansas: 68%-31%
Kentucky: 48%-51%
Louisiana: 49%-50%
Maine: 30%-69%
Maryland: 45%-54%
Massachussetts: 30%-69%
Michigan: 44%-55%
Minnesota: 40%-59%
Mississippi: 58%-41%
Missouri: 53%-46%
Montana: 72%-27%
Nebraska: 65%-34%
Nevada: 52%-47%
New Hampshire: 64%-35%
New Jersey: 33%-66%
New Mexico: 48%-51%
New York: 45%-54%
North Carolina: 57%-42%
North Dakota: 64%-35%
Ohio: 46%-53%
Oklahoma: 55%-44%
Oregon: 46%-53%
Pennsylvania: 46%-53%
Rhode Island: 42%-57%
South Carolina: 46%-53%
South Dakota: 62%-37%
Tennessee: 56%-43%
Texas: 4%-52%
Utah: 59%-40%
Vermont: 35%-65%
Virgnia: 45%-54%
Washington: 44%-55%
West Virgnia: 51%-48%
Wisconsin: 50%-49%
Wyoming: 65%-35%


National Election Result:
Richard Garrison Porter: 139 electoral votes   74, 439, 000 votes   46.9%
Mario Matthew Cuomo: 399 electoral votes     84, 122, 000 votes   53.1%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total Votes Cast: 158, 561, 000
Difference between candidates: Cuomo wins by 9.7 million votes

Close states (decided by two percentage points or less):
Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, New Mexico, West Virgnia, Wisconsin

States determined close carried by Porter:
Alabama, Georgia, West Virgnia, Wisconsin

States determined close carried by Cuomo:
Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, New Mexico

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater: Montana

Cuomo states won with 70% of the vote or greater: none

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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #27 on: August 02, 2012, 02:42:01 pm »
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Porter vs. Wallace

Alabama: 52%-47%
Alaska: 68%-31%
Arizona: 46%-53%
Arkansas: 53%-46
California: 50%-49%
Colorado: 54%-45%
Connecticut: 63%-36%
Delaware: 45%-54%
Florida: 49%-50%
Georgia: 53%-46%
Hawaii: 57%-42%
Idaho: 67%-32%
Illinois: 47%-52%
Indiana: 53%-46%
Iowa: 50%-49%
Kansas: 64%-35%
Kentucky: 51%-48%
Louisiana: 53%-46%
Maine: 45%-54%
Maryland: 51%-48%
Massachussetts: 42%-57%
Michigan: 51%-48%
Minnesota: 44%-55%
Missouri: 49%-50%
Mississippi: 60%-39%
Montana: 72%-27%
Nebraska: 65%-34%
Nevada: 54%-45%
New Hampshire: 38%-61%
New Jersey: 50%-49%
New Mexico: 48%-51%
New York: 47%-52%
North Carolina: 53%-46%
North Dakota: 64%-35%
Ohio: 48%-51%
Oklahoma: 52%-47%
Pennsylvania: 53%-46%
Rhode Isalnd: 32%-67%
South Carolina: 68%-31%
South Dakota: 65%-34%
Tennessee: 53%-46%
Texas: 50%-49%
Utah: 58%-41%
Vermont: 43%-56%
Virgnia: 51%-48%
Washington: 54%-45%
West Virgnia: 50%-49%
Wisconsin: 49%-50%
Wyoming: 70%-29%


National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 356 electoral votes   83, 171, 000 votes   50.9%
George Corley Wallace Jr: 182 electoral votes 80, 061, 000 votes   49.1%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total Votes Cast: 163, 232, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 3.1 million votes, walks away with a comfortable electoral college victory

States determined close (decided by 2% or less):
California, Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas, Virgnia, West Virgnia, Wisconsin

States determined close carried by Porter:
California, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Texas, Virgnia, West Virgnia, Wisconsin

States determined close carried by Wallace:
Florida, Missouri, New Mexico

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater: Montana, Wyoming

Wallace states won with 70% of the vote or greater: none
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #28 on: August 03, 2012, 02:25:12 pm »
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Porter vs. Robb

Alabama: 53%-46%
Alaska: 75%-24%
Arkansas: 62%-37%
Arizona: 53%-46%
California: 46%-53%
Colorado: 53%-46%
Connecticut: 39%-60%
Delaware: 60%-39%
Florida: 51%-48%
Georgia: 54%-45%
Hawaii: 74%-25%
Idaho: 63%-36%
Illinois: 48%-51%
Indiana: 60%-39%
Iowa: 52%-47%
Kansas: 54%-45%
Kentucky: 54%-45%
Louisiana: 56%-43%
Maine: 65%-34%
Maryland: 42%-57%
Massachussetts: 33%-66%
Michigan: 58%-41%
Minnesota: 49%-50%
Mississippi: 68-31%
Missouri: 53%-46%
Montana: 56%-43%
Nebraska: 56%-43%
Nevada: 65%-34%
New Hampshire: 61%-38%
New Jersey: 45%-54%
New Mexico: 51%-48%
New York: 35%-64%
North Carolina: 63%-36%
North Dakota: 52%-47%
Ohio: 47%-52%
Oklahoma: 53%-46%
Oregon: 50%-49%
Pennsylvania: 41%-58%
Rhode Island: 32%-67%
South Carolina: 68%-31%
South Dakota: 48%-51%
Tennessee: 63%-36%
Texas: 53%-46%
Utah: 66%-33%
Vermont: 46%-53%
Virgnia: 53%-46%
Washington: 48%-51%
West Virgnia: 51%-48%
Wisconsin: 59%-40%
Wyoming: 58%-41%


National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 312 electoral votes   76, 932, 000 votes   50.9%
Charles Spittal "Chuck" Robb: 226 electoral votes   74, 165, 000 votes   49.1%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 151, 097, 000 votes
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 2.8 million votes

States determined close (decided by 2% of the vote or less):
Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, West Virgnia

States determined close carried by Porter:
Florida, New Mexico, Oregon, West Virgnia

States determined close carried by Robb:
Illinois, Minnesota, South Dakota, Washington

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater: Alaska, Hawaii

Robb states won with 70% of the vote or greater: none
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #29 on: August 03, 2012, 02:49:00 pm »
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Porter vs Clinton

Alabama: 54%-45%
Alaska: 73%-26%
Arkansas: 57%-42%
Arizona: 50%-49%
California: 51%-48%
Colorado: 51%-48%
Connecticut: 67%-32%
Delaware: 46%-53%
Florida: 50%-49%
Georgia: 48%-51%
Hawaii: 35%-64%
Idaho: 58%-41%
Illinois: 51%-48%
Indiana: 61%-38%
Iowa: 46%-53%
Kansas: 51%-48%
Kentucky: 53%-46%
Louisiana: 68%-31%
Maine: 50%-49%
Maryland: 47%-52%
Massachussetts: 53%-46%
Michigan: 49%-50%
Minnesota: 51%-48%
Mississippi: 61%-38%
Missouri: 52%-47%
Montana: 77%-22%
Nebraska: 57%-42%
Nevada: 65%-34%
New Hampshire: 52%-47%
New Jersey: 60%-39%
New Mexico: 61%-38%
New York: 50%-49%
North Carolina: 50%-49%
North Dakota: 76%-23%
Ohio: 55%-44%
Oklahoma: 61%-38%
Oregon: 52%-47%
Pennsylvania: 48%-51%
Rhode Island: 46%-53%
South Carolina: 54%-45%
South Dakota: 63%-36%
Tennessee: 53%-46%
Texas: 52%-47%
Utah: 67%-32%
Vermont: 57%-42%
Virgnia: 53%-46%
Washington: 47%-52%
West Virgnia: 52%-47%
Wisconsin: 52%-47%
Wyoming: 74%-25%


National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 443 electoral votes   84, 145, 000 votes  52.8%
Hillary Rodham Clinton: 95 electoral votes      75, 127, 000 votes  47.2%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 159, 272, 000

States determined close (won by 2% or less):
Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania

States determined close carried by Porter:
Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina

States determined close carried by Clinton:
Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming

Clinton states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
none
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #30 on: August 03, 2012, 09:56:54 pm »
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Porter vs Clinton round two

Alabama: 53%-46%
Alaska: 78%-21%
Arkansas: 54%-45%
Arizona: 48%-51%
California: 50%-49%
Colorado: 53%-46%
Connecticut: 47%-52%
Delaware: 49%-50%
Florida: 52%-47%
Georgia: 52%-47%
Hawaii: 70%-29%
Idaho: 57%-42%
Illinois: 57%-42%
Indiana: 62%-37%
Iowa: 54%-45%
Kansas: 64%-35%
Kentucky: 53%-46%
Louisiana: 52%-47%
Maine: 42%-57%
Maryland: 34%-65%
Massachussetts: 46%-53%
Michigan: 49%-50%
Minnesota: 53%-46%
Mississippi: 62%-37%
Missouri: 49%-50%
Montana: 56%-43%
Nebraska: 66%-33%
Nevada: 57%-42%
New Hampshire: 33%-66%
New Jersey: 56%-43%
New Mexico: 50%-49%
New York: 47%-52%
North Carolina: 54%-45%
North Dakota: 69%-30%
Ohio: 49%-50%
Oklahoma: 52%-47%
Pennsylvania: 51%-48%
Rhode Island: 26%-73%
South Carolina: 53%-46%
South Dakota: 68%-31%
Tennessee: 52%-47%
Texas: 53%-46%
Utah: 67%-32%
Vermont: 54%-45%
Virgnia: 53%-46%
Washington: 45%-54%
West Virgnia: 56%-43%
Wisconsin: 66%-33%
Wyoming: 73%-26%


National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 384 electoral votes   82, 985, 000 votes 52.3%
Hillary Rodham Clinton: 154 electoral votes    75, 755, 000 votes 47.7%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 158, 740, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 7.2 million votes


States determined close (decided by 2% or less):
Arizona, California, Delaware, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania

States determined close carried by Porter:
California, New Mexico, Pennsylvania

States determined close carried by Clinton:
Arizona, Delaware, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Hawaii, Wyoming

Clinton states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Rhode Island
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #31 on: August 03, 2012, 10:20:34 pm »
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Porter vs McGovern

Alabama: 77%-22%
Alaska: 65%-34%
Arkansas: 77%-22%
Arizona: 53%-46%
California: 47%-52%
Colorado: 60%-39%
Connecticut: 55%-44%
Delaware: 50%-49%
Florida: 53%-46%
Georgia: 68%-31%
Hawaii: 36%-63%
Idaho: 53%-46%
Illinois: 43%-56%
Indiana: 59%-40%
Iowa: 54%-45%
Kansas: 77%-22%
Kentucky: 68%-31%
Louisiana: 80%-19%
Maine: 54%-45%
Maryland: 52%-47%
Massachussetts: 49%-50%
Michigan: 37%-62%
Minnesota: 38%-61%
Mississippi: 82%-17%
Missouri: 55%-44%
Montana: 54%-45%
Nebraska: 61%-38%
Nevada: 57%-42%
New Hampshire: 45%-54%
New Jersey: 50%-49%
New Mexico: 59%-40%
New York: 49%-50%
North Carolina: 59%-40%
North Dakota: 60%-39%
Ohio: 51%-48%
Oklahoma: 69%-30%
Pennsylvania: 53%-46%
Rhode Island: 48%-51%
South Carolina: 56%-43%
South Dakota: 57%-42%
Tennessee: 77%-22%
Texas: 63%-36%
Utah: 72%-27%
Vermont: 58%-41%
Virgnia: 75%-24%
Washington: 29%-70%
West Virgnia: 67%-32%
Wisconsin: 33%-66%
Wyoming: 64%-35%


National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter 352 electoral votes   81, 371, 000 votes   54.546%
George Stanley McGovern 186 electoral votes   67, 808, 000 votes  45.454%
270 needed to win
Total votes cast: 149, 179, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 13.5 million votes


States determined close (decided by 2% or less):
Delaware, Massachussetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island

States determined close carried by Porter:
Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio

States determined close carried by McGovern:
Massachussetts, New York, Rhode Island

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Utah

McGovern states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Washington
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #32 on: August 04, 2012, 09:59:19 am »
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Porter vs. Clinton

Alabama: 54%-45%
Alaska: 72%-27%
Arizona: 51%-48%
Arkansas: 53%-46%
California: 46%-53%
Colorado: 53%-46%
Connecticut: 41%-58%
Delaware: 37%-62%
Florida: 47%-52%
Georgia: 56%-43%
Hawaii: 45%-54%
Idaho: 71%-28%
Illinois: 50%-49%
Indiana: 50%-49%'
Iowa: 51%-48%
Kansas: 63%-36%
Kentucky: 50%-49%
Louisiana: 53%-46%
Maine: 48%-51%
Maryland: 50%-49%
Massachussetts: 39%-60%
Michigan: 46%-53%
Minnesota: 47%-52%
Mississippi: 50%-49%
Missouri: 49%-50%
Montana: 65%-34%
Nebraska: 60%-39%
Nevada: 56%-43%
North Carolina: 64%-35%
North Dakota: 53%-46%
Ohio: 51%-48%
Oklahoma: 52%-47%
Oregon: 51%-48%
Pennsylvania: 51%-48%
Rhode Island: 46%-53%
South Carolina: 61%-38%
South Dakota: 54%-45%
Tennessee: 51%-48%
Texas: 53%-46%
Utah: 70%-29%
Vermont: 43%-56%
Virgnia: 54%-45%
Washington: 57%-42%
West Virgnia: 51%-48%
Wisconsin: 50%-49%
Wyoming: 69%-30%

National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter 331 electoral votes   80, 580, 000 votes 50.9%
William Jefferson Clinton 207 electoral votes   77, 696, 000 votes 49.1%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 158, 276, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 2.9 million votes

States determined close (decided by 2% or less):
Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin

States determined close carried by Porter:
Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin

States determined close carried by Clinton:
Missouri

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Idaho, Utah

Clinton states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
none
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« Reply #33 on: August 04, 2012, 10:23:25 am »
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Porter vs. Sasser

Alabama: 50%-49%
Alaska: 72%-27%
Arizona: 46%-53%
Arkansas: 51%-48%
California: 47%-52%
Colorado: 43%-56%
Connecticut: 65%-34%
Delaware: 49%-50%
Florida: 54%-45%
Georgia: 51%-48%
Hawaii: 26%-73%
Idaho: 66%-33%
Illinois: 49%-50%
Indiana: 52%-47%
Iowa: 51%-48%
Kansas: 52%-47%
Kentucky: 51%-48%
Louisiana: 46%-53%
Maine: 31%-68%
Maryland: 44%-55%
Massachussetts: 64%-35%
Michigan: 34%-65%
Minnesota: 50%-50%
Mississippi: 52%-47%
Missouri: 50%-49%
Montana: 66%-33%
Nebraska: 55%-44%
Nevada: 60%-39%
New Hampshire: 63%-36%
New Jersey: 48%-51%
New Mexico: 49%-50%
New York: 49%-50%
North Carolina: 50%-49%
North Dakota: 71%-28%
Ohio: 43%-56%
Oklahoma: 53%-46%
Oregon: 47%-52%
Pennsylvania: 41%-58%
Rhode Island: 65%-34%
South Carolina: 57%-42%
South Dakota: 69%-30%
Tennessee: 49%-50%
Texas: 52%-47%
Utah: 55%-44%
Vermont: 66%-33%
Virgnia: 52%-47%
Washington: 41%-58%
West Virgnia: 51%-48%
Wisconsin: 40%-59%
Wyoming: 54%-45%

National Election Results
Richard Garrison Porter 252 electoral votes   77, 898, 000 votes 49.3%
James Ralph "Jim" Sasser 286 electoral votes   79, 944, 000 votes 50.7%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 157, 842, 000
Difference between candidates: Sasser wins by 2.1 million votes

States determined close (carried by 2% or less):
Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee

States determined close carried by Porter:
Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina

States determined close carried by Sasser:
Delaware, Illinois, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Tennessee

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or more:
Alaska, North Dakota

Sasser states won with 70% of the vote or more:
Hawaii
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #34 on: August 04, 2012, 10:44:32 am »
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Porter vs. Sasser round two

Alabama: 57%-42%
Alaska: 84%-15%
Arizona: 54%-45%
Arkansas: 63%-36%
California: 53%-46%
Colorado: 72%-27%
Connecticut: 42%-57%
Delaware: 42%-57%
Florida: 49%-50%
Georgia: 58%-41%
Hawaii: 56%-43%
Idaho: 67%-32%
Illinois: 48%-51%
Indiana: 55%-44%
Iowa: 63%-36%
Kansas: 79%-20%
Kentucky: 54%-45%
Louisiana: 75%-24%
Maine: 61%-38%
Maryland: 49%-50%
Massachussetts: 26%-73%
Michigan: 35%-64%
Minnesota: 41%-58%
Mississippi: 77%-22%
Missouri: 64%-35%
Montana: 62%-37%
Nebraska: 65%-34%
Nevada: 55%-44%
New Hampshire: 52%-47%
New Jersey: 30%-69%
New Mexico: 55%-44%
New York: 29%-70%
North Carolina: 53%-46%
North Dakota: 52%-47%
Ohio: 47%-52%
Oklahoma: 54%-45%
Oregon: 56%-43%
Pennsylvania: 34%-65%
Rhode Island: 52%-47%
South Carolina: 67%-32%
South Dakota: 56%-43%
Tennessee: 54%-45%
Texas: 54%-45%
Utah: 62%-37%
Vermont: 45%-54%
Virgnia: 65%-34%
Washington: 61%-38%
West Virgnia: 54%-45%
Wisconsin: 35%-64%
Wyoming: 66%-33%

National Election Results
Richard Garrison Porter 328 electoral votes   74, 944. 000 votes 51.1%
James Ralph "Jim" Sasser 210 electoral votes   71, 768, 000 votes 48.9%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 146, 712, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 3.2 million votes

States determined close (decided by 2% of the vote or less):
Florida, Maryland

States determined close carried by Porter:
none

States determined close carried by Sasser:
Florida, Maryland

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi

Sasser states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Massachussetts

Analysis note: Despite a Nevadan being on the democratic ticket, Porter swept everything west of the Mississippi. A fascinating piece about the results of this election is how split the returns are by region. Porter doing very well as usual in the south and the west, but Sasser taking most of the mid west and east coast states.
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Cheers from the republicans went out when Washington state, one of the five last states to report, put Garrison Porter over the 270 needed to win.

Porter vs. Dukakis

Alabama: 71%-28%
Alaska: 69%-30%
Arkansas: 66%-33%
Arizona: 67%-32%
California: 46%-53%
Colorado: 68%-31%
Connecticut: 64%-35%
Delaware: 40%-60%
Florida: 50%-49%
Georgia: 48%-51%
Hawaii: 61%-38%
Idaho: 68%-31%
Illinois: 44%-55%
Indiana: 50%-49%
Iowa: 49%-50%
Kansas: 70%-29%
Kentucky: 49%-50%
Louisiana: 67%-32%
Maine: 59%-40%
Maryland: 31%-68%
Massachussetts: 43%-56%
Michigan: 46%-53%
Minnesota: 55%-44%
Mississippi: 80%-19%
Missouri: 55%-44%
Montana: 58%-41%
Nebraska: 54%-45%
Nevada: 69%-30%
New Hampshire: 64%-35%
New Jersey: 45%-55%
New Mexico: 61%-38%
New York: 51%-48%
North Carolina: 50%-49%
North Dakota: 61%-38%
Ohio: 45%-54%
Oklahoma: 64%-35%
Oregon: 65%-34%
Pennsylvania: 45%-54%
Rhode Island: 60%-39%
South Carolina: 48%-51%
South Dakota: 45%-54%
Tennessee: 56%-43%
Texas: 52%-47%
Utah: 65%-34%
Vermont: 65%-34%
Virgnia: 49%-50%
Washington: 71%-28%
West Virgnia: 49%-50%
Wisconsin: 48%-51%
Wyoming: 52%-47%

National Election Results
Richard Garrison Porter 292 electoral votes   75, 576, 000 votes 51.3%
Michael Stanley Dukakis 246 electoral votes   71, 779, 000 votes 48.7%
Total votes cast: 147, 355, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 3.8 million votes

States determined close (decided by 2% points or less):
Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virgnia, Wisconsin

Final Public Opinion Polls before Election Day in states decided by less than 2%:

Florida
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 45%
Undecided: 9%

Georgia
Porter: 44%
Dukakis: 48%
Undecided: 8%

Indiana:
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 46%
Undecided: 8%

Iowa:
Porter: 45%
Dukakis: 47%
Undecided: 8%

Kentucky:
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 46%
Undecided: 8%

New York:
Porter: 43%
Dukakis: 42%
Undecided: 15%

North Carolina:
Porter: 45%
Dukakis: 47%
Undecided: 8%

South Carolina:
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 47%
Undecided: 7%

West Virgnia:
Porter: 45%
Dukakis: 46%
Undecided: 9%

Wisconsin:
Porter: 44%
Dukakis: 48%
Undecided: 8%

Final National Public Opinion Poll:
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 43%
Undecided: 11%


States determined close carried by Porter:
Florida, Indiana, New York, North Carolina

States determined close carried by Dukakis:
Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, South Carolina, West Virgnia, Wisconsin

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alabama, Kansas, Mississippi, Washington

Dukakis states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
none
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Porter vs. Dukakis round two

Alabama: 56%-43%
Alaska: 81%-18%
Arizona: 50%-49%
Arkansas: 50%-49%
California: 36%-63%
Colorado: 57%-42%
Connecticut: 56%-43%
Delaware: 28%-72%
Florida: 48%-51%
Georgia: 47%-52%
Hawaii: 73%-26%
Idaho: 60%-39%
Illinois: 46%-53%
Indiana: 47%-52%
Iowa: 50%-49%
Kansas: 54%-45%
Kentucky: 51%-48%
Louisiana: 60%-39%
Maine: 39%-60%
Maryland: 31%-68%
Massachussetts: 42%-57%
Michigan: 61%-38%
Minnesota: 57%-42%
Mississippi: 55%-44%
Missouri: 42%-57%
Montana: 49%-50%
Nebraska: 53%-46%
Nevada: 70%-29%
New Hampshire: 31%-68%
New Jersey: 29%-70%
New Mexico: 46%-53%
New York: 31%-68%
North Carolina: 69%-30%
North Dakota: 67%-32%
Ohio: 55%-44%
Oklahoma: 50%-49%
Oregon: 53%-46%
Pennsylvania: 34%-65%
Rhode Island: 53%-46%
South Carolina: 70%-29%
South Dakota: 53%-46%
Tennessee: 51%-48%
Texas: 50%-49%
Utah: 64%-35%
Vermont: 39%-60%
Virgnia: 68%-31%
Washington: 72%-27%
West Virgnia: 58%-41%
Wisconsin: 59%-40%
Wyoming: 69%-30%

National Election Result
Richard Garrison Porter 273 electoral votes   68, 604, 000 votes
Michael Stanley Dukakis 265 electoral votes   75, 723, 000 votes
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 144, 327, 000
Difference between candidates: Dukakis wins popular vote by 7.1 million votes, but in an upset, lost the election as Porter won the election with more than the required 270 electoral votes required to win.

States determined close (decided by 2% of the vote or less):
Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Montana, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas

States determined close carried by Porter:
Arizona, Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas

States determined close carried by Dukakis:
Florida

Final Public Opinion Polls before election day in states determined by 2% or less:

Arizona:
Porter: 48%
Dukakis: 45%
Undecided: 7%

Arkansas:
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 47%
Undecided: 7%

Florida:
Porter: 46%
Dukakis: 46%
Undecided: 8%

Iowa:
Porter: 45%
Dukakis: 47%
Undecided: 8%

Kentucky:
Porter: 49%
Dukakis: 44%
Undecided: 7%

Montana:
Porter: 45%
Dukakis: 48%
Undecided: 7%

Oklahoma:
Porter: 48%
Dukakis: 45%
Undecided: 7%

Tennessee:
Porter: 48%
Dukakis: 44%
Undecided: 8%

Texas:
Porter: 45%
Dukakis: 47%
Undecided: 8%

Final National Public Opinion Poll:
Porter: 43%
Dukakis: 46%
Undecided: 10%
Not Voting: 1%

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Hawaii, Nevada, South Carolina, Washington

Dukakis states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Delaware, New Jersey
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Porter vs. Gore

Alabama: 56%-43%
Alaska: 86%-13%
Arizona: 63%-36%
Arkansas: 60%-39%
California: 44%-55%
Colorado: 83%-16%
Delaware: 41%-58%
Florida: 46%-53%
Georgia: 56%-43%
Hawaii: 35%-64%
Idaho: 60%-39%
Illinois: 44%-55%
Indiana: 50%-49%
Iowa: 54%-45%
Kansas: 83%-16%
Kentucky: 52%-47%
Louisiana: 62%-37%
Maine: 47%-52%
Maryland: 51%-48%
Massachussetts: 40%-59%
Michigan: 46%-53%
Minnesota: 46%-53%
Mississippi: 74%-25%
Missouri: 55%-44%
Montana: 80%-19%
Nebraska: 68%-31%
Nevada: 65%-34%
New Hampshire: 28%-71%
New Jersey: 35%-64%
New Mexico: 69%-30%
New York: 42%-57%
North Carolina: 71%-28%
North Dakota: 75%-24%
Ohio: 52%-47%
Oklahoma: 70%-29%
Oregon: 48%-51%
Pennsylvania: 34%-65%
Rhode Island: 42%-57%
South Carolina: 84%-15%
South Dakota: 80%-19%
Tennessee: 52%-47%
Texas: 52%-47%
Utah: 81%-18%
Vermont: 35%-64%
Virgnia: 70%-29%
Washington: 56%-43%
West Virgnia: 54%-45%
Wisconsin: 31%-68%
Wyoming: 78%-21%

National Election Results
Richard Garrison Porter 283 electoral votes   74, 103, 000 votes 50.8%
Albert Arnold "Al" Gore Jr. 255 electoral votes   71, 656, 000 votes 49.2%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 145, 759, 000
Difference between candidates: Porter wins by 2.5 million votes

States determined close (decided by 2% points or less):
Indiana, Maryland, Oregon

States determined close carried by Porter:
Indiana, Maryland

States determined close carried by Gore:
Oregon

Porter states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Colorado, Kansas, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virgnia, Wyoming

Gore states won with 70% of the vote or greater:
New Hampshire
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In a tough campaign with Lyndon Johnson, Porter closed a twenty five point gap in the polls to five and within the margin of error, but reality set in as he narrowly lost the election. A unique aspect, the final public opinion polls showed nineteen states were undecided, Porter won in ten of those nineteen.


In a second race against Johnson, this was one on election eve Porter though he could win, obviously not.




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Porter vs Beshear

Alabama: 59%-40%
Alaska: 67%-32%
Arizona: 53%-46%
Arkansas: 55%-44%
California: 55%-44%
Colorado: 54%-45%
Connecticut: 39%-60%
Delaware: 41%-58%
Florida: 51%-48%
Georgia: 53%-46%
Hawaii: 57%-42%
Idaho: 65%-34%
Illinois: 50%-49%
Indiana: 53%-46%
Iowa: 68%-31%
Kansas: 65%-34%
Kentucky: 45%-54%
Louisiana: 63%-36%
Maine: 54%-45%
Maryland: 31%-68%
Massachussetts: 32%-67%
Michigan: 57%-42%
Minnesota: 53%-46%
Missouri: 56%-43%
Montana: 76%-23%
Nebraska: 69%-30%
Nevada: 41%-58%
New Hampshire: 37%-62%
New Jersey: 38%-61%
New Mexico: 54%-45%
New York: 79%-20%
North Carolina: 66%-33%
North Dakota: 65%-34%
Ohio: 48%-51%
Oklahoma: 54%-45%
Oregon: 34%-65%
Pennsylvania: 38%-61%
Rhode Island: 53%-46%
South Carolina: 58%-41%
South Dakota: 78%-21%
Tennessee: 57%-42%
Texas: 56%-43%
Utah: 67%-32%
Vermont: 37%-62%
Virgnia: 58%-41%
Washington: 54%-45%
West Virgnia: 39%-60%
Wisconsin: 48%-51%
Wyoming: 73%-26%

National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 405 electoral votes     67, 738, 400 votes  53.7%  
Steven Lynn "Steve" Beshear: 133 electoral votes     58, 179, 000 votes  46.3%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 125, 562, 000

States carried for Porter by 70% or more:
Montana, New York, South Dakota, Wyoming

States carried for Beshear by 70% or more:
none

Final National Public Opinion Poll:
Porter: 45%
Beshear: 41%
Undecided: 14%

Only at the very end did the republican candidate take an ever slight lead in the opinion polling. During the final weeks of the campaign, Beshear remained with a five percentage point lead nationally. Morale was at an all time low in the Porter camp. Unique and fascinating as that is as the size and scale of the victory over a national leader of the democratic party whose status in the party has improved over recent years. Beshear considered a tough opponent, despite the low morale in the republican camp and a lead in the polls for the opposition, Porter closed the gap and took the lead going on to what is at least an electoral vote landslide and nearly an eight point victory over the governor in the national popular vote.
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Porter vs. Schweitzer

Alabama: 51%-48%
Alaska: 48%-51%
Arizona: 47%-52%
Arkansas: 51%-48%
California: 43%-56%
Colorado: 50%-49%
Connecticut: 46%-53%
Delaware: 36%-63%
Florida: 47%-52%
Georgia: 48%-51%
Hawaii: 39%-60%
Idaho: 55%-44%
Illinois: 44%-55%
Indiana: 51%-48%
Iowa: 50%-49%
Kansas: 63%-36%
Kentucky: 51%-48%
Louisiana: 53%-46%
Maine: 41%-58%
Maryland: 37%-62%
Massachussetts: 41%-58%
Michigan: 45%-54%
Minnesota: 40%-59%
Missouri: 50%-49%
Montana: 52%-47%
Nebraska: 57%-42%
Nevada: 53%-46%
New Hampshire: 57%-42%
New Jersey: 60%-39%
New Mexico: 45%-54%
New York: 49%-50%
North Carolina: 50%-49%
North Dakota: 53%-46%
Ohio: 49-50%
Oklahoma: 49%-50%
Oregon: 43%-56%
Pennsylvania: 50%-49%
Rhode Island: 39%-60%
South Carolina: 53%-46%
South Dakota: 51%-48%
Tennessee: 51%-48%
Texas: 48%-51%
Utah: 56%-43%
Vermont: 46%-53%
Virgnia: 49%-50%
Washington: 44%-55%
West Virgnia: 50%-49%
Wisconsin: 49%-50%
Wyoming: 56%-43%


With a switch of one percentage point across the board popular vote...

you get a Porter presidency.
National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 192 electoral votes     77, 154, 000 votes  48.4%
Brian David Schweitzer: 346 electoral votes     82, 340, 000 votes  51.6%
270 electoral votes needed to win

States with 70% or more of the vote by Porter:
none

States with 70% or more of the vote by Schweitzer:
none

The last weeks of the campaign saw what looked to be a very close election. Porter had fallen behind by more than fifteen but closed the gap or so it seemed. Georgia, Florida, Michigan were conisdered to be in the Schweitzer camp while Missouri, Arkansas, New Jersey and Louisiana in the Porter camp. New Jersey being a bright point for the chances at the end of the day for the Porter candidacy. In what seemed like a neck and neck race, a new set of telivison ads coming from the republicans it was thought would narrowly tilt the election to the republican. These at the end made the defeat only less. A concession came from the republican when New York, Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico all went for Brian Schweitzer. California and the west coast would put the democrat over the electoral top.
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Porter vs Nunn

Alabama: 50%-49%
Alaska: 44%-55%
Arizona: 50%-49%
Arkansas: 64%-35%
California: 43%-56%
Colorado: 69%-30%
Connecticut: 29%-70%
Delaware: 41%-58%
Florida: 50%-49%
Georgia: 50%-49%
Hawaii: 45%-54%
Idaho: 60%-39%
Illinois: 48%-51%
Indiana: 55%-44%
Iowa: 53%-46%
Kansas: 66%-33%
Kentucky: 48%-51%
Louisiana: 69%-30%
Maine: 27%-72%
Maryland: 42%-57%
Massachussetts: 39%-60%
Michigan: 47%-52%
Minnesota: 41%-58%
Missouri: 50%-49%
Montana: 58%-41%
Nebraska: 69%-30%
Nevada: 52%-47%
New Hampshire: 40%-59%
New Jersey: 40%-59%
New Mexico: 60%-39%
New York: 37%-62%
North Carolina: 52%-47%
North Dakota: 51%-48%
Ohio: 50%-49%
Oklahoma: 65%-34%
Oregon: 48%-51%
Pennsylvania: 51%-48%
Rhode Island: 40%-59%
South Carolina: 52%-47%
South Dakota: 59%-40%
Tennessee: 51%-48%
Texas: 58%-41%
Utah: 74%-25%
Vermont: 52%-47%
Virgnia: 62%-37%
Washington: 46%-53%
West Virgnia: 58%-41%
Wisconsin: 48%-51%
Wyoming: 73%-26%

National Election Results:
Richard Garrison Porter: 299 electoral votes     75, 077, 000 votes  49.97%
Samuel Augustus "Sam" Nunn Jr.: 239 electoral votes     75, 169, 000 votes  50.03%
270 electoral votes needed to win
Total votes cast: 150, 246, 000 votes

States won with 70% of the vote or more for Porter:
Utah, Wyoming

States won with 70% of the vote or more for Nunn:
Connecticut, Maine

A classic competetive election of which Porter thought he would win throughout the entire campaign and did. Nunn ran a strong campaign as always. The Porter confidence was not because of a lead in the polls once again Nunn broke away to a double digit lead but Porter closed the gap. Thanks to Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, and Missouri all falling in place, Arizona with ten electoral votes putting him over the top, Porter declared victory after midnight as Nunn conceeded the race to supporters in Atlanta about twenty minutes past eleven o'clock on the east coast. Both candidates being gracious in their remarks.
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Porter vs. Baucus

Alabama: 66%-33%
Alaska: 81%-18%
Arizona: 53%-46%
Arkansas: 56%-43%
California: 45%-54%
Colorado: 50%-49%
Connecticut: 30%-69%
Delaware: 27%-72%
Florida: 49%-50%
Georgia: 61%-38%
Hawaii: 64%-35%
Idaho: 69%-30%
Illinois: 41%-58%
Indiana: 56%-43%
Iowa: 55%-44%
Kansas: 71%-28%
Kentucky: 60%-39%
Louisiana: 52%-47%
Maryland: 31%-68%
Massachussetts: 27%-72%
Michigan: 52%-47%
Minnesota: 57%-42%
Missouri: 56%-43%
Montana: 56%-43%
Nebraska: 69%-30%
Nevada: 54%-45%
New Jersey: 30%-69%
New Mexico: 61%-38%
New York: 25%-74%
North Carolina: 68%-31%
North Dakota: 72%-27%
Ohio: 49%-50%
Oklahoma: 61%-38%
Oregon: 36%-63%
Pennsylvania: 35%-64%
Rhode Island: 30%-69%
South Carolina: 74%-25%
South Dakota: 70%-29%
Tennessee: 72%-27%
Texas: 50%-49%
Utah: 74%-25%
Vermont: 31%-68%
Virgnia: 64%-35%
Washington: 33%-66%
West Virgnia: 54%-45%
Wisconsin: 39%-60%
Wyoming: 70%-29%
National: 49%-51%


Electoral Vote Result:
Porter: 274 electoral votes
Baucus: 264 electoral votes
270 needed to win

Porter States carried with 70% of the vote or more:
Alaska, Kansas, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Wyoming

Baucus States carried with 70% of the vote or more:
Delaware, Massachussetts, New York

Final Public Opinion Polls:

Ohio
Porter: 46%
Baucus: 27%

Florida
Porter: 46%
Baucus: 46%

Montana
Porter: 51%
Baucus: 42%

Colorado
Porter: 48%
Baucus: 46%

Arizona
Porter: 48%
Baucus: 45%

California
Porter: 42%
Baucus: 52%

National
Porter: 44%
Baucus: 45%
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« Reply #46 on: October 21, 2012, 10:02:50 pm »
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Porter vs. Baucus

Alabama: 54%-45%
Alaska: 86%-13%
Arizona: 52%-47%
Arkansas: 55%-44%
California: 34%-65%
Colorado: 56%-43%
Connecticut: 37%-62%
Delaware: 53%-46%
Florida: 50%-49%
Georgia: 55%-44%
Hawaii: 60%-39%
Idaho: 53%-46%
Illinois: 48%-51%
Indiana: 53%-46%
Iowa: 67%-32%
Kansas: 70%-29%
Kentucky: 64%-35%
Louisiana: 48%-51%
Maine: 33%-66%
Maryland: 59%-40%
Massachussetts: 67%-32%
Michigan: 38%-61%
Minnesota: 36%-63%
Missouri: 57%-42%
Mississippi: 56%-43%
Montana: 56%-43%
Nebraska: 85%-14%
Nevada: 50%-49%
New Mexico: 43%-56%
New Jersey: 49%-50%
New York: 28%-71%
North Carolina: 52%-47%
North Dakota: 74%-25%
Ohio: 49%-50%
Oklahoma: 48%-51%
Oregon: 35%-64%
Pennsylvania: 38%-61%
Rhode Island: 46%-53%
South Carolina: 77%-22%
South Dakota: 73%-26%
Tennessee: 61%-38%
Texas: 52%-47%
Utah: 58%-41%
Vermont: 51%-48%
Virgnia: 74%-25%
Washington: 55%-44%
West Virgnia: 56%-43%
Wisconsin: 53%-46%
Wyoming: 66%-34%
National: 48.5%-51.5%

Electoral Vote Result:
Porter: 289
Baucus: 249
270 needed to win

Porter states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Kansas, Nebraska, South Carolina, South Dakota, Virgnia

Baucus states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
New York

Final Public Opinion Polls:

Ohio
Porter: 47%
Baucus: 46%

Florida
Porter: 46%
Baucus: 46%

Montana
Porter: 51%
Baucus: 42%

Colorado
Porter: 52%
Baucus: 40%

Arizona
Porter: 47%
Baucus: 45%

California
Porter: 34%
Baucus: 54%

National
Porter: 44%
Baucus: 44%
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #47 on: December 13, 2012, 12:26:22 pm »
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Porter vs Kirk

Alabama: 57%-42%
Alaska: 75%-24%
Arizona: 55%-44%
Arkansas: 79%-20%
California: 50%-49%
Colorado: 53%-46%
Connecticut: 44%-55%
Delaware: 44%-55%
Florida: 56%-43%
Georgia: 61%-38%
Hawaii: 29%-70%
Idaho: 63%-36%
Illinois: 61%-38%
Indiana: 61%-38%
Iowa: 68%-31%
Kansas: 72%-27%
Kentucky: 80%-19%
Louisiana: 76%-23%
Maine: 44%-55%
Maryland: 55%-44%
Massachussetts: 51%-48%
Michigan: 48%-51%
Minnesota: 43%-56%
Mississippi: 56%-43%
Missouri: 77%-22%
Montana: 87%-12%
Nebraska: 56%-43%
Nevada: 57%-42%
New Hampshire: 54%-45%
New Jersey: 60%-39%
New Mexico: 60%-39%
New York: 51%-48%
North Carolina: 56%-43%
North Dakota: 85%-14%
Ohio: 55%-44%
Oklahoma: 68%-31%
Oregon: 43%-56%
Pennsylvania: 55%-44%
Rhode Island: 58%-41%
South Carolina: 55%-44%
South Dakota: 69%-30%
Tennessee: 64%-35%
Texas: 75%-24%
Utah: 61%-38%
Vermont: 66%-33%
Virgnia: 71%-28%
Washington: 47%-52%
West Virgnia: 75%-24%
Wisconsin: 50%-49%
Wyoming: 70%-29%
National: 57.9%-42.1%

Electoral Vote Result:
Garrison Porter: 475
Paul Kirk: 63
270 needed to win

Porter states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Texas, Virgnia, West Virgnia, Wyoming

Kirk states carried with 70% of the vote fo greater:
none
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« Reply #48 on: December 13, 2012, 01:50:14 pm »
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Porter vs Kirk round two

Alabama: 79%-20%
Alaska: 82%-17%
Arizona: 55%-44%
Arkansas: 58%-41%
California: 47%-52%
Colorado: 63%-36%
Connecticut: 58%-41%
Delaware: 30%-69%
Florida: 58%-41%
Georgia: 78%-21%
Hawaii: 76%-23%
Idaho: 83%-16%
Illinois: 52%-47%
Indiana: 64%-35%
Iowa: 42%-57%
Kansas: 62%-37%
Kentucky: 63%-36%
Louisiana: 59%-40%
Maryland: 35%-64%
Massachussetts: 49%-50%
Michigan: 49%-50%
Minnesota: 49%-50%
Mississippi: 83%-16%
Missouri: 49%-50%
Montana: 81%-18%
Nebraska: 69%-30%
Nevada: 58%-41%
New Hampshire: 36%-63%
New Jersey: 39%-60%
New Mexico: 62%-37%
New York: 51%-48%
North Carolina: 83%-16%
North Dakota: 78%-21%
Ohio: 55%-44%
Oklahoma: 55%-44%
Oregon: 53%-46%
Pennsylvania: 51%-48%
Rhode Island: 51%-48%
South Carolina: 84%-15%
South Dakota: 63%-36%
Tennessee: 82%-17%
Texas: 57%-42%
Utah: 84%-15%
Vermont: 46%-53%
Virgnia: 70%-29%
Washington: 74%-25%
West Virgnia: 55%-44%
Wisconsin: 54%-45%
Wyoming: 84%-15%
National: 56.7%-43.3%

Electoral Vote Result:
Porter: 388
Kirk: 150
270 needed to win

Porter states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virgnia, Washington, Wyoming

Kirk states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
none
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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« Reply #49 on: December 13, 2012, 02:16:59 pm »
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Porter vs. Kirk round three

Alabama: 60%-39%
Alaska: 79%-20%
Arizona: 76%-23%
Arkansas: 57%-42%
California: 52%-47%
Colorado: 86%-13%
Connecticut: 46%-53%
Delaware: 56%-43%
Florida: 55%-44%
Georgia: 76%-23%
Hawaii: 51%-48%
Idaho: 76%-23%
Illinois: 53%-46%
Indiana: 60%-39%
Iowa: 56%-43%
Kansas: 68%-31%
Kentucky: 67%-32%
Louisiana: 59%-40%
Maine: 46%-53%
Maryland: 58%-41%
Massachusetts: 51%-48%
Michigan: 50%-49%
Minnesota: 56%-43%
Mississippi: 51%-48%
Missouri: 54%-45%
Montana: 65%-34%
Nebraska: 60%-39%
Nevada: 66%-33%
New Hampshire: 51%-48%
New Jersey: 60%-39%
New Mexico: 83%-16%
New York: 54%-45%
North Carolina: 77%-22%
North Dakota: 64%-35%
Ohio: 51%-48%
Oklahoma: 60%-39%
Oregon: 48%-51%
Pennsylvania: 54%-45%
Rhode Island: 50%-49%
South Carolina: 89%-10%
South Dakota: 50%-49%
Tennessee: 58%-41%
Texas: 60%-39%
Utah: 91%-8%
Vermont: 69%-30%
Virgnia: 82%-17%
Washington: 30%-69%
West Virgnia: 67%-32%
Wisconsin: 65%-34%
Wyoming: 66%-33%
Natoinal: 58.3%-41.7%

Electoral Vote Result:
Porter: 509
Kirk: 29
270 needed to win

Porter states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Utah, Virgnia

Kirk states carried with 70% of the vote or greater:
none

Election note: Roughly three million more voters that had never voted before in a Porter vs Kirk contest came out to vote, from  the outside looking in, virtually all of the new voters went for Porter. Former Massachussetts senator Mark Kirk did recieve sixty-nine percent of the vote in Washington state, but still not seventy percent.
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the birth of modern america & onward election Former Vice President Blanche Bruce defeats incumbent President Grover Cleveland in 1904. In an age of unpredictable election outcomes Bruce finds himself reelected in 1908 against an opponent whose name escapes me at the moment. Blanche Bruce served as Vice President under Frederick Douglas whom Cleveland defeated in 1900. His Vice President runs to replace Bruce in 1912.
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