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« Reply #175 on: September 09, 2014, 11:38:10 pm »
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I finally got it: the big kahuna



- Hubert H. Humphrey    449    36,208,943    49.8%
- Richard Nixon    49    27,353,443    37.6%
- George Wallace    39    9,177,812    12.6%



closest states

Arkansas
Hubert H. Humphrey   229,341   36.23
George Wallace   227,060   35.87
Richard Nixon   176,653   27.90

New Mexico
Richard Nixon   158,736   46.73
Hubert H. Humphrey   154,574   45.50
George Wallace   26,387   7.77

New Hampshire
Hubert H. Humphrey   139,179   48.88
Richard Nixon   133,897   47.02
George Wallace   11,665   4.10   
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Political Matrix Score
Economic: -6.32
Social: -4.17

"Hubert Humphrey must not have been considered very fun either."-Gilmore Girls
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« Reply #176 on: September 12, 2014, 07:28:27 pm »
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Rendezvous with Tricky Dick



Candidate   Electoral Votes   Popular Votes   Popular Vote %
---- Richard Nixon   405   33,009,113   44.9%
---- Hubert H. Humphrey   79   29,739,997   40.5%
---- George Wallace   53   10,752,198   14.6%

I ran with Ronald Reagan as my VP choice with a moderate conservative law and order campaign.  I emphasized "accountability", attacked inflation, took a very strong stance on the riots, took a moderate position on Affirmative Action and busing, said I would keep troop levels in Vietnam at current levels while pursuing peace, said that Johnson handled the war wrong but Tet Offensive was bad for the Viet Cong, etc. etc. etc.  I had a pretty good lead in many Midwest states before we sabotaged the Peace Talks, which might've helped with the landslide.

Closest States:

Michigan

Richard Nixon   1,554,784   46.46   21
Hubert H. Humphrey   1,554,587   46.46   0
George Wallace   236,895   7.08   0

New York
Richard Nixon   3,173,843   46.24   43
Hubert H. Humphrey   3,157,071   46.00   0
George Wallace   532,945   7.76   0

Texas:
Hubert H. Humphrey   1,311,981   41.94   25
Richard Nixon   1,298,163   41.50   0
George Wallace   518,212   16.57   0

South Carolina:
George Wallace   245,213   35.89   8
Richard Nixon   242,152   35.44   0
Hubert H. Humphrey   195,817   28.66   0

Pennsylvania:
Richard Nixon   2,053,861   43.77   29
Hubert H. Humphrey   2,032,397   43.31   0
George Wallace   606,320   12.92   0

Maryland:
Richard Nixon   576,145   45.05   10
Hubert H. Humphrey   560,089   43.80   0
George Wallace   142,598   11.15   0

Washington:
Richard Nixon   600,814   46.76   9
Hubert H. Humphrey   583,851   45.44   0
George Wallace   100,131   7.79   0

West Virginia:
Hubert H. Humphrey   339,303   46.08   7
Richard Nixon   328,411   44.60   0
George Wallace   68,598   9.32   0

Tennessee:
Richard Nixon   476,841   36.41   11
George Wallace   447,156   34.14   0
Hubert H. Humphrey   385,680   29.45   0

Maine:
Hubert H. Humphrey   193,434   49.97   3
Richard Nixon   179,217   46.30   1
George Wallace   14,446   3.73   0
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23:19   Xahar   you're literally a white dude Mechaman
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