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« Reply #4575 on: April 05, 2015, 06:54:41 pm »
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1960 - 1988: The Darkest Timeline



Minnesota Senator Hubert Humphrey - 150; 48% (27,313,676)
Vice President Richard Nixon - 387; 52% (29,323,634)





West Virginia Senator Robert Byrd - 170; 47% (30,068,824)
President Richard Nixon - 368; 52% (33,033,500)





Texas Governor John Connally - 216; 43% (28,737,434)
Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater - 312; 43% (28,616,368)
Alabama Governor George Wallace - 10; 14% (9,402,252)





Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy - 31; 44% (30,981,440)
President Barry Goldwater - 507; 55% (38,684,624)





Georgia Governor James Carter - 350; 50% (39,596,456)
Texas Governor John Connally - 188; 50% (39,522,872)





President James Carter - 110; 47% (38,918,040)
Kansas Senator Robert Dole - 428; 53% (43,944,828)





NOTE: I was shocked by this result! My intention with this series was as many Republican administrations as possible. Plus, the historical conditions for 1984 usually provide a huge advantage for the incumbent. Mario Cuomo must have some special 1984 sauce.
New York Governor Mario Cuomo - 393; 52% (46,452,640)
President Robert Dole - 145; 47% (42,268,184)




President Mario Cuomo - 289; 50% (49,384,448)
Former Tennessee Senator Howard Baker - 249; 49% (48,628,360)
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Economic: -6.32
Social: -4.17

"Hubert Humphrey must not have been considered very fun either."-Gilmore Girls
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« Reply #4576 on: April 08, 2015, 11:55:27 am »
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34th President: Dwight Eisenhower, R-NY / Prescott Bush, R-CT: 1953-1961
35th President: Prescott Bush, R-CT / Nelson Rockefeller, R-NY: 1961-1965 * Lost re-election
36th President: Stuart Symington, D-MO / Henry "Scoop" Jackson, D-WA: 1965-1973
37th President: Charles Percy, R-IL / Ronald Reagan, R-CA: 1973-1981
38th President: Robert F. Kennedy, D-NY/ Jesse Helms, D-NC: 1981-1986 *** Assassinated
39th President: Jesse Helms, D-NC / Gary Hart, D-CO: 1986-1989 * Lost re-election
40th President: George H.W. Bush, R-TX / Jack Kemp, R-NY: 1989-1993 * Lost re-election
41st President: Al Gore, D-TN / Dick Gephardt, D-MO: 1993-1997 * Lost re-election
42nd President: Colin Powell, R-NY / George W. Bush, R-TX: 1997-2005
43rd President: Joe Lieberman, D-CT / Zell Miller, D-GA: 2005-2013
44th President: Evan Bayh, R-IN / Lincoln Chafee, R-RI: 2013-2017 * Lost re-election
45th President: Rick Perry, D-TX / Andrew Cuomo, D-NY: 2017-Current

Some maps for some of the Elections in my Alternate Presidents listL

1988 Election: Pres. Helms loses re-election

Bush-Kemp: 340 EVs
Helms-Hart: 198 EVs

Low Democratic turnout in Northern states, plus Helms' controversial views on social issues cause Republican Landslide.

1992: Pres. Bush loses re-election


Gore-Gephardt: 311 EVs
Bush-Kemp: 227 EVs

Bush made similar mistakes as in IRL, but the bigger issues was the lack of a strong Republican base in the South to make up for Gore's appeal to some Northeastern voters (on environment)

These 2 elections is where regional loyalty to party really gets shaken up. Both parties afterwards would  remain somewhat centrist and would have to appeal to many different types of voters to win.


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« Reply #4577 on: April 08, 2015, 03:23:58 pm »
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2016 Election from my alternate List:

Perry-Cuomo: 275 EVs
Bayh-Chafee: 263 EVs
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« Reply #4578 on: April 09, 2015, 06:32:53 pm »
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R: 271
D: 267
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« Reply #4579 on: April 15, 2015, 08:07:33 pm »
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« Reply #4580 on: April 16, 2015, 02:50:08 am »
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In a shocking turn of events, Alaska, so offended at being left off of Marco Rubio's campaign logo, goes D for the first time in over 50 years. Alaska would have secured Rubio the nomination, instead the votes are left tied at 269/269, and it goes to house to determine the outcome for just the third time in our nations history.



EV:
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio - 269
Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton - 269
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« Reply #4581 on: April 16, 2015, 07:24:48 am »
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It is bin sed that democrasee is the worst form o government except the others that hath been tried.

-Winstin Kurshill

Pepool I indors:
-Andrew Cuomo
-Joe Kennedy
-Doug LaFollette
-jack Dingel
-Roberg Harron


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