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tara gilesbie
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« on: March 07, 2015, 07:30:18 pm »
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List the senatorial candidate you would have voted for in each state during 1964. Here's my list:

Arizona- Roy Elson
California- Pierre Salinger
Connecticut- Thomas Dodd
Delaware- Elbert N. Carvel
Florida- Abstain
Hawaii- Thomas P. Gill
Indiana- Vance Hartke
Maine- Ed Muskie
Maryland- Joseph D. Tydings
Massachusetts- Ted Kennedy
Michigan- Philip A. Hart
Minnesota- Eugene McCarthy
Mississippi- Abstain
Missouri- Stuart Symington
Montana- Mike Mansfield
Nebraska- Raymond Arndt
Nevada- Howard Cannon
New Jersey- Harrison A. Williams
New Mexico- Joseph Montoya
New York- Robert Kennedy
North Dakota- Quentin N. Burdick
Ohio- Stephen Young
Oklahoma- Fred Harris
Pennsylvania- Genevieve Blatt
Rhode Island- John Pastore
Tennessee Class 1- Abstain/Al Gore Sr.
Tennessee Class 2- Ross Bass
Texas- Ralph Yarborough
Utah- Frank Moss
Vermont- Frederick J. Fayette
Virginia- Abstain
Washington- Abstain
West Virginia- Abstain
Wisconsin-  William Proxmire
Wyoming- Gale McGee
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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2015, 08:43:11 pm »
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I don't know enough about most of the races to vote, save for Hawaii, where I would vote for Tom Gill.
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« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2015, 11:50:42 am »
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AZ: Fannin (R)
CA: Murphy (R)
CT: Dodd (D)
DE: Williams (R)
FL: Kirk (R)
HI: Fong (R)
IN: Hartke (D)
ME: McIntire (R)
MD: Beall (R)
MA: Whitmore (R)
MI: Hart (D)
MN: Whitney (R)
MS: Would not vote!!!
MO: Symington (D)
MT: Blewitt (R)
NE: Hruska (R)
NV: Laxalt (R)
NJ: Shanley (R)
NM: Montoya (D)
NY: R. Kennedy (D)
ND: Burdick (D)
OH: Taft (R)
OK: Wilkinson (R)
PA: Scott (R)
RI: Lageaux (R)
TN: Gore (D)
TN: Baker (R)
TX: Bush (R)
UT: Moss (D)
VT: Prouty (R)
VA: Would not vote!!!
WA: Jackson (D)
WV: Benedict (R)
WI: Proxmire (D)
WY: McGee (D)
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« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2015, 02:09:45 pm »
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AZ:
CA: Pierre Salinger
CT: Thomas Dodd
DE: Elbert Carvel
FL: NEITHER
HI: Hiram Fong
IN: Vance Hartke
ME: Edmund Muskie
MD: Joe Tydings
MA: Ted Kennedy
MI: Phillip Hart
MN: Eugene McCarthy
MS: NO VOTE
MO: Stuart Symington
MT: Mike Mansfield
NE: Ray Arndt
NV: Howard Cannon
NJ: Harrison Williams
NM: Joe Montoya
NY: Robert Kennedy
ND: Quentin Burdick
OH: Stephen Young
OK: Fred Harris
PA: Hugh Scott
RI: John Pastore
TN: Al Gore Sr
TN: Howard Baker
TX: Ralph Yarborough
UT: Frank Moss
VT: Winston Prouty
VA: NONE OF THESE
WA: Scoop Jackson
WV: Robert Byrd
WI: William Proxmire
WY: Gale McGee
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« Reply #4 on: March 11, 2015, 06:56:43 pm »
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Glad to see nobody is a fan of terrorist Dixiecrats so far.
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« Reply #5 on: March 14, 2015, 10:01:26 am »
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Arizona: Paul Fannin (Republican)
California: Pierre Salinger (Democrat)
Connecticut: John Davis Lodge (Republican)
Delaware: John Williams (Republican)
Florida: Claude Kirk (Republican)
Hawaii: Hiram Fong (Republican)

Indiana: Vance Hartke (Democrat)
Maine: Ed Muskie (Democrat)

Maryland: James Glenn Beall (Republican)
Massachusetts: Ted Kennedy (Democrat)
Michigan: Philip A. Hart (Democrat)
Minnesota: Eugene McCarthy (Democrat)

Mississippi: Abstain
Missouri: Stuart Symington (Democrat)
Montana: Mike Mansfield (Democrat)
Nebraska: Raymond Arndt (Democrat)

Nevada: Paul Laxalt (Republican)
New Jersey: Harrison A. Williams (Democrat)
New Mexico: Joseph Montoya (Democrat)
New York: Robert Kennedy (Democrat)
North Dakota: Quentin N. Burdick (Democrat)

Ohio: Robert Taft Jr. (Republican)
Oklahoma: Charles "Bud" Wilkinson (Republican)
(though I like Fred Harris as well and would have voted for him in 1966 when he ran for a full term)
Pennsylvania: Hugh Scott (Republican)
Rhode Island: John Pastore (Democrat)
Tennessee Class 1: Al Gore Sr. (Democrat)

Tennessee Class 2: Howard Baker (Republican)
Texas: Ralph Yarborough (Democrat)
Utah: Frank Moss (Democrat)

Vermont: Winston Prouty (Republican)
Virginia: Richard May (Republican)

Washington: Henry "Scoop" Jackson (Democrat)
West Virginia: Cooper P. Benedict (Republican)
Wisconsin: William Proxmire (Democrat)
Wyoming: Gale McGee (Democrat)
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« Reply #6 on: March 14, 2015, 10:41:30 am »
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Delaware: Hollan (Socialist Labor)
Indiana: Casimer Kanczuzewski (Socialist Labor)
Massachusetts: Lawrence Gilfedder (Socialist Labor)
Michigan: Evelyn Sell (Socialist Workers)
Minnesota: Everett Luoma (Socialist Labor)
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« Reply #7 on: March 15, 2015, 02:22:15 am »
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AZ: Fannin (R)
CA: Murphy (R)
CT: Lodge (R)
DE: Williams (R)
FL: Holland (D)
HI: Fong (R)
IN: Bontrager (R)
ME: McIntire (R)
MD: Beall (R)
MA: Whitmore (R)
MI: Petersen (R)
MN: McCarthy (D)
MS: none
MO: Bradshaw (R)
MT: Mansfield (D)
NE: Arndt (D)
NV: Laxalt (R)
NJ: Shanley (R)
NM: Mechem (R)
NY: Paolucci (C)
ND: Kleepe (R)
OH: Taft Jr (R)
OK: Wilkinson (R)
PA: Scott (R)
RI: Lagueux (R)
TN: Kuykendall (R)
TN: Baker (R)
TX: none
UT: Wilkinson (R)
VT: Prouty (R)
VA: May (R)
WA: Andrews (R)
WV: Benedict (R)
WI: Proxmire (D)
WY: Wold (R)
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« Reply #8 on: March 15, 2015, 09:45:39 am »
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Glad to see nobody is a fan of terrorist Dixiecrats so far.
The only Southern Democrat that I would have been comfortable voting for during the 1950s and 1960s would have probably been LBJ, Ralph Yarborough, Estes Kefauver, Al Gore Sr. and possibly Lister Hill in his 1962 race against James Martin.
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« Reply #9 on: March 15, 2015, 05:26:09 pm »
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All of the Democrats unless they're awful.
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« Reply #10 on: March 17, 2015, 09:08:18 pm »
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AZ: Fannin (R)
CA: Murphy (R)
CT: Lodge (R)
DE: Williams (R)
FL: Kirk (R)
HI: Fong (R)
IN: Bontrager (R)
ME: McIntire (R)
MD: Beall (R)
MA: Whitmore (R)
MI: Petersen (R)
MN: Whitney (R)
MS: Piss on my ballot
MO: Bradshaw (R)
MT: Blewitt (R)
NE: Hruska (R)
NV: Laxalt (R)
NJ: Shanley (R)
NM: Mechem (R)
NY: Keating (R)
ND: Kleppe (R)
OH: Taft (R)
OK: Wilkinson (R)
PA: Scott (R)
RI: Lageaux (R)
TN: Kuykendall (R) / Baker (R)
TX: Bush (R)
UT: Wilkinson (R)
VT: Prouty (R)
VA: May (R)
WA: Andrews (R)
WV: Benedict (R)
WI: Renk (R)
WY: Wold (R)

You kind of get the picture. Wink And Barry Goldwater for President if you were wondering.
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