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« Reply #25 on: April 25, 2009, 02:33:07 pm »
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Eh, it's not that hard when you think more in terms of views instead of parties. If you look at that candidate list, most of the people I voted for lean to the right or at least center. My vote for Roosevelt  can be explained as being a response to Hoover's failure and incompetent meddling in the economy. My vote for Clinton can be explained by his cutting welfare, crime, etc. and relative moderation compared to his opponent. My votes for Gore and Kerry can be explained as responses to Bush's obvious incompetence and general satisfaction with the Clinton years.

Thanks a lot, glad to have discovered a republican that prefers to vote for a moderate democrat than for an incompetent republican extremist. Smiley
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Now what is wrong, or false, in what we have said?
Just some parts, or everything?
On whom can we still rely? Are we survivors, cast
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no longer understanding anyone and being understood by no one?
Must we rely on luck?

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« Reply #26 on: April 26, 2009, 03:13:32 am »
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1952 : Eisenhower
1956 : Eisenhower
1960 : Kennedy
1964 : Johnson
1968 : Nixon
1972 : Nixon
1976 : Ford
1980 : Reagan
1984 : Reagan
1988 : Bush
1992 : Clinton
1996 : Clinton
2000 : Gore (reluctantly)
2004 : Kerry (reluctantly)
2008 : Obama
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« Reply #27 on: June 22, 2009, 10:17:04 am »
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Little poll ( the most voted candidate for each election ) :

1789 : Washington
1792 : Washington
1796 : Jefferson
1800 : Jefferson
1804 : Jefferson
1808 : Madison
1812 : Madison
1816 : Monroe
1820 : Monroe

1824 : Adams
1828 : Jackson
1832 : Clay
1836 : Van Buren
1840 : Van Buren

1844 : Clay
1848 : Van Buren
1852 : Scott
1856 : Frémont
1860 : Lincoln
1864 : Lincoln
1868 : Grant
1872 : Grant
1876 : Hayes
1880 : Garfield
1884 : Blaine

1888 : Cleveland
1892 : Weaver
1896 : Bryan
1900 : McKinley

Will continue the list later...
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Our numbers are dwindling. Our words are confused.
Some of them have been twisted by the enemy
until they can no longer be recognized.

Now what is wrong, or false, in what we have said?
Just some parts, or everything?
On whom can we still rely? Are we survivors, cast
away by the current? Will we be left behind,
no longer understanding anyone and being understood by no one?
Must we rely on luck?

This is what you ask. Expect
no answer but your own.


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« Reply #28 on: February 12, 2017, 11:25:00 pm »
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Saw the link to this on the French version, had some free time, here we go lol:

1789: George Washington
1792: George Washington
1796: John Adams
1800: John Adams
1804: Charles C. Pinckney
1808: Charles C. Pinckney
1812: DeWitt Clinton
1816: Rufus King
1820: James Monroe
1824: John Quincy Adams
1828: John Quincy Adams
1832: Henry Clay
1836: William Henry Harrison
1840: William Henry Harrison
1844: Henry Clay
1848: Zachary Taylor
1852: Winfield Scott
1856: John C. Frémont
1860: Abraham Lincoln
1864: Abraham Lincoln
1868: Ulysses S. Grant
1872: Ulysses S. Grant
1876: Rutherford B. Hayes
1880: James A. Garfield
1884: James G. Blaine
1888: Benjamin Harrison
1892: Benjamin Harrison
1896: William Jennings Bryan
1900: William Jennings Bryan
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1908: William Jennings Bryan
1912: Theodore Roosevelt
1916: Charles E. Hughes
1920: James M. Cox
1924: Robert M. La Follette Sr.
1928: Al Smith
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1948: Harry S. Truman
1952: Adlai Stevenson
1956: Adlai Stevenson
1960: John F. Kennedy
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson
1968: Hubert Humphrey
1972: George McGovern
1976: Jimmy Carter
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry
2008: Barack Obama
2016: Barack Obama
2016: Hillary Clinton
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« Reply #29 on: February 15, 2017, 11:23:10 am »
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Blue - more pro-business/conservative party, red - more populist/liberal party.

1788: George Washington (F-Virginia)
1792: George Washington (F-Virginia)
1796: John Adams (F-Massachusetts)
1800: John Adams (F-Massachusetts)
1804: Charles Pinckney (F-South Carolina)

[skips to 1824]

1824: John Q. Adams (DR-Massachusettss)
1828: John Q. Adams (DR-Massachusetts)
1832: Henry Clay (W-Kentucky)
1836: William H. Harrison (W-Ohio)
1840: William H. Harrison (W-Ohio)
1844: Henry Clay (W-Kentucky)
1848: Zachary Taylor (W-Kentucky)
1852: Winfield Scott (W-New Jersey)
1856: John C. Fremont (R-California)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R-Illinois)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (R-Illinois)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (R-Illinois)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (R-Illinois)
1876: Rutherford B. Hayes (R-Ohio)
1880: James Garfield (R-Ohio)
1884: James G. Blaine (R-Maine)
1888: Benjamin Harrison (R-Ohio)
1892: Benjamin Harrison (R-Ohio)
1896: William McKinley (R-Ohio)
1900: William McKinley (R-Ohio)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R-New York)
1908: William H. Taft (R-Ohio)
1912: William H.  Taft (R-Ohio) | Theodore Roosevelt (R-New York, in primaries)
1916: Charles Hughes (R-New York)
1920: Warren G. Harding (R-Ohio)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (R-Massachusetts)
1928: Herbert C. Hoover (R-Iowa)
1932: Herbert C. Hoover (R-Iowa)
1936: Al Landon (R-Kansas)
1940: Wendell Wilkie (R-Indiana)

1944: Franklin Roosevelt (D-New York)
1948: Thomas Dewey (R-New York)
1952: Dwight Eisenhower (R-Kansas)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (R-Kansas)
1960: Richard Nixon (R-California)
1964: Barry Goldwater (R-Arizona) | George Romney (R-Michigan, primaries)
1968: Richard Nixon (R-California) | Richard Nixon (R-California, primaries)
1972: Richard Nixon (R-California)
1976: Gerald R. Ford (R-Michigan) | Ronald Reagan (R-California, primaries)
1980: Ronald Reagan (R-California) | Ronald Reagan (R-California, primaries)
1984: Ronald Reagan (R-California)
1988: George H.W. Bush (R-Texas)
1992: George H.W. Bush (R-Texas) | George H.W. Bush (R-Texas, primaries)
1996: Robert J. Dole (R-Kansas)
2000: George W. Bush (R-Texas) | John McCain (R-Arizona, primaries)
2004: George W. Bush (R-Texas)
2008: John S. McCain III (R-Arizona)
2012: Mitt Romney (R-Massachusetts) | Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania, primaries)
2016: George W. Bush (R-Texas (Write In) | Ted Cruz (R-Texas, primaries)
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« Reply #30 on: February 15, 2017, 12:06:29 pm »
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1788: George Washington (independent)
1792: George Washington (independent)
1796: John Adams (Federalist)

1800: John Adams/Charles Pinckney (Federalist)
1804: Thomas Jefferson/George Clinton (Democratic-Republican)
1808: Charles Pinckney/Rufus King (Federalist)
1812: James Madison/Elbridge Gerry (Democratic-Republican)
1816: Rufus King/John Howard (Federalist)
1820: James Monroe/Daniel D. Tompkins (Democratic-Republican)
1824: John Quincy Adams/John C. Calhoun (Democratic-Republican)

1828: John Quincy Adams/Richard Rush (National Republican)
1832: William Wirt/Amos Ellmaker (Anti-Masonic)*
1836: Martin Van Buren/Richard M. Johnson (Democratic)
1840: James G. Birney/Thomas Earle (Liberty)
1844: James G. Birney/Thomas Morris (Liberty)

1848: Martin Van Buren/Charles Adams (Free Soil)
1852: John Hale/George Washington Julian (Free Soil)

1856: John C. Frémont/William L. Dayton (Republican)
1860: Abraham Lincoln/Hannibal Hamlin (Republican)

1864: Abraham Lincoln/Andrew Johnson (National Union)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant/Schuyler Colfax (Republican)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant/Henry Wilson (Republican)
1876: Rutherford B. Hayes/William A. Wheeler (Republican)
1880: James Garfield/Chester Alan Arthur (Republican)

1884: James G. Blaine/John A. Logan (Republican)
1888: Benjamin Harrison/Levi P. Morton (Republican)
1892: Benjamin Harrison/Whitelaw Reid (Republican)

1896: William Jennings Bryan/Arthur Sewell (Democratic)
1900: William McKinley/Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt/Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican)

1908: William Jennings Bryan/John W. Kern (Democratic)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt/Hiram Johnson (Progressive)
1916: Woodrow Wilson/Thomas R. Marshall (Democratic)
1920: James M. Cox/Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democratic)

1924: Robert M. La Follette/Burton K. Wheeler (Progressive)
1928: Al Smith/Joseph Robinson (Democratic)
1932: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/John Nance Garner (Democratic)
1936: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/John Nance Garner (Democratic)
1940: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Henry Wallace (Democratic)
1944: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Harry S. Truman (Democratic)
1948: Harry S. Truman/Alben W. Barkley
(Democratic)
1952: Adlai E. Stevenson II/John Sparkman (Democratic)

1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower/Richard Nixon (Republican)^
1960: John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert H. Humphrey (Democratic)

1968: Hubert H. Humphrey/Edmund Muskie (Democratic)
1972: George McGovern/Sargent Shriver (Democratic)
1976: Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (Democratic)
1980: Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (Democratic)
1984: Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic)
1988: Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic)
1992: Bill Clinton/Al Gore (Democratic)
1996: Bill Clinton/Al Gore (Democratic)

2000: Al Gore/Joe Lieberman (Democratic)
2004: John Kerry/John Edwards (Democratic)
2008: Barack Obama/Joe Biden (Democratic)
2012: Barack Obama/Joe Biden (Democratic)

2016: Hillary Rodham Clinton/Tim Kaine (Democratic)§


*Mostly for lack of better options
^I would've absolutely agonized over 1956. The Stevenson/Kefauver ticket is adamantly progressive, but at that time President Eisenhower had developed major public infrastructure programs, increased taxes on the wealthy and was already decrying the military industrial complex. Probably would've tossed a coin.
§Ticket I actually voted for.

Who I would've supported in Democratic primaries:

1952: Estes Kefauver
1956: Adlai Stevenson
1960: John F. Kennedy
1968: Robert F. Kennedy
1972: Edmund Muskie
1976: Mo Udall
1980: Ted Kennedy
1984: John Glenn
1988: Paul Simon
1992: Paul Tsongas
2000: Al Gore
2004: Howard Dean
2008: Barack Obama
2016: Hillary Rodham Clinton
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« Reply #31 on: February 15, 2017, 01:51:21 pm »
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1856: John C. Frémont/William L. Dayton
1860: Abraham Lincoln/Hannibal Hamlin (Republican)
1864: Abraham Lincoln/Andrew Johnson (National Union)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant/Schuyler Colfax (Republican)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant/Henry Wilson (Republican)
1876: Samuel Tilden/Thomas Hendricks (Democrat)
1880: James Garfield/Chester Alan Arthur (Republican)
1884: Grover Cleveland/Thomas Hendricks (Democrat)
1888: Grover Cleveland/Allen Thurman (Democrat)
1892: Grover Cleveland/Adlai Stevenson (Democrat)
1896: William Jennings Bryan/Arthur Sewell (Democratic)
1900: William McKinley/Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt/Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican)
1908: William Jennings Bryan/John W. Kern (Democratic)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt/Hiram Johnson (Progressive)
1916: Woodrow Wilson/Thomas R. Marshall (Democratic)
1920: James M. Cox/Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democratic)
1924: Robert M. La Follette/Burton K. Wheeler (Progressive)
1928: Al Smith/Joseph Robinson (Democratic)
1932: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/John Nance Garner (Democratic)
1936: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/John Nance Garner (Democratic)
1940: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Henry Wallace (Democratic)
1944: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Harry S. Truman (Democratic)
1948: Harry S. Truman/Alben W. Barkley (Democratic)
1952: Dwight D. Eisenhower/Richard Nixon (Republican)
1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower/Richard Nixon (Republican)
1960: John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert H. Humphrey (Democratic)
1968: Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew (Republican)
1972: Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew (Republican)
1976: Gerald Ford/Robert Dole (Republican)
1980: Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (Democratic)
1984: Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic)
1988: Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic)
1992: Bill Clinton/Al Gore (Democratic)
1996: Bill Clinton/Al Gore (Democratic)
2000: Al Gore/Joe Lieberman (Democratic)
2004: John Kerry/John Edwards (Democratic)
2008: Barack Obama/Joe Biden (Democratic)
2012: Barack Obama/Joe Biden (Democratic)
2016: Hillary Rodham Clinton/Tim Kaine (Democratic)

As you can see i have a very strange political affiliation
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« Reply #32 on: February 15, 2017, 05:58:21 pm »
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General (1789-2016) Bold = Winners

1789: George Washington (NP-VA) / John Adams (F-MA)
1792: George Washington (NP-VA) / John Adams (F-MA)
1796: Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA) / Aaron Burr (DR-NJ)
1800: Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA) / Aaron Burr (DR-NJ)
1804: Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA) / George Clinton (DR-NY)
1808: James Madison (DR-VA) / George Clinton (DR-NY)
1812: James Madison (DR-VA) / Elbridge Gerry (DR-MA)
1816: James Monroe (DR-VA) / Daniel D. Tompkins (DR-NY)
1820: James Monroe (DR-VA) / Daniel D. Tompkins (DR-NY)
1824: Andrew Jackson (DR-TN) / John C. Calhoun (DR-NY)
1828: Andrew Jackson (D-TN) / John C. Calhoun (NP-NY)
1832: Andrew Jackson (D-TN) / Martin Van Buren (D-NY)
1836: Martin Van Buren (D-NY) / Richard M. Johnson (D-VA)
1840: Martin Van Buren (D-NY) / None
1844: James K. Polk (D-TN) / George M. Dallas (D-PA)
1848: None
1852: Winfield Scott (W-NJ) / William A Graham (W-NC)
1856: John Fremont (R-CA) / William J. Dayton (R-NJ)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) / Hannibal Hamlin (R-ME)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (NU-IL) / Andrew Johnson (NU-NC)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (R-OH) / Schuyler Colfax (R-NY)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (R-OH) / Henry Wilson (R-NH)
1876: Samuel J. Tilden (D-NY) / Thomas A. Hendricks (D-OH)
1880: James A. Garfield (R-OH) / Chester A. Arthur (R-VT)
1884: Grover Cleveland (D-NY) / Thomas A. Hendricks (D-OH)
1888: Grover Cleveland (D-NY) / Allen G. Thurman
1892: James Weaver (PO-IA) / James G. Field (PO-VA)
1896: William McKinley (R-OH) / Garret Hobart (R-NJ)
1900: William McKinley (R-OH) / Teddy Roosevelt (R-NY)
1904: Teddy Roosevelt (R-NY) / Charles W. Fairbanks (R-OH)
1908: William Jennings Bryan (D-NE) / John W. Kern (D-IN)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (PR-NY) / Hiram Johnson (PR-MD)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (D-VA) / Thomas R. Marshall (D-IN)
1920: James M. Cox (D-OH) / Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY)
1924: Robert LaFollette (PR-WI) / Burton K. Wheeler (PR-MA)
1928: Al Smith (D-NY) / Joseph T. Robinson (D-AR)
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY) / John Nance Garner (D-TX)
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY) /  John Nance Garner (D-TX)
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY) / Henry A. Wallace (D-IA)
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY) / Harry S. Truman (D-MO)
1948: Harry S. Truman (D-MO) / Alben W. Barkley (D-KY)
1952: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R-KS) / Richard M. Nixon (R-NY)
1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R-KS) / Richard M. Nixon (R-NY)
1960: John F. Kennedy (D-MA) / Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX) / Hubert Humphrey (D-SD)
1968: Richard M. Nixon (R-NY) / Spiro Agnew (R-MD)
1972: George McGovern (D-SD) / Sargent Shriver (D-MD)
1976: Gerald R. Ford (R-MI) / Bob Dole (R-KS)
1980: Ronald Reagan (R-CA) / George H. W. Bush (R-TX)
1984: Ronald Reagan (R-CA) / George H. W. Bush (R-TX)
1988: George H. W. Bush (R-TX) / J. Danforth Quayle (R-IN)
1992: Bill Clinton (D-AR) / Al Gore (D-TN)
1996: Bill Clinton (D-AR) / Al Gore (D-TN)
2000: George W. Bush (R-TX) / Dick Cheney (R-WY)
2004: Howard Dean (Write-in, D-VT) / Dick Cheney (R-WY)
2008: Barack Obama (D-IL) / Joe Biden (D-DE)
2012: Mitt Romney (R-MA) / Paul Ryan (R-WI)
2016: Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Tim Kaine (D-VA)

Vote Totals:
Democrats: 25 (President), 24 (Vice President)
Democratic-Republicans: 8 (Presdent & Vice President)
Federalists: 2 (Vice President)
No Party Candidates: 2 (President), 1 (Vice President)
Progressives: 3 (Presdent & Vice President)
Republicans: 18 (President), 19 (Vice President)
Whigs: 1 (Presdent & Vice President)
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