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« Reply #4675 on: June 20, 2015, 10:58:09 pm »
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Partido de Justicia Y Patrimonia
With a support base in area of the US owned by Mexico until the great unification, this Catholic based party supports Catholic Social Teaching, but is increasingly distrustful of the Eastern-based government.

Parti Du Peuple
This agrarian classical liberal party supports a more decentralized and locally based government, which they believe will benefit struggling Midwestern communities.

 Southern Party
The Southern Party is especially socially conservative, with some calling it xenophobic and extremist. Moreover, this party supports a very laissez faire style of economics.

Federal Party
The Federal Party is deeply rooted in a long English aristocratic tradition. They advocate for increased globalization and more trade overseas, along with center right social policies.

Country Party
This small Northeastern party is a populist agrarian party dedicated to promoting a farm based form of life.
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« Reply #4676 on: June 21, 2015, 05:05:55 pm »
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Warner/Nunn vs Palin/Tacredo

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« Reply #4677 on: June 21, 2015, 05:33:44 pm »
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Clinton (301 EV) vs. Rubio (237 EV) in 2016 (media pundit)
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Nobody can do it like Hillary can.  She will roll out the carpet out all over the GOP, state after state, pounding them in their own backyard.  The Democratic onslaught awaiting the GOP in 2016 will be merciless.  Once and for all the Roverian Kochite agenda of the GOP will be exposed before all the world and all the nation to see as Hillary brings Democratic performance to a peak not seen since Johnson, winning over 450 electoral votes in states.
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« Reply #4678 on: June 21, 2015, 05:41:39 pm »
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2012 if Colorado voted for an independent candidate:




I assume Hillary defeated Obama in the primaries?
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Nobody can do it like Hillary can.  She will roll out the carpet out all over the GOP, state after state, pounding them in their own backyard.  The Democratic onslaught awaiting the GOP in 2016 will be merciless.  Once and for all the Roverian Kochite agenda of the GOP will be exposed before all the world and all the nation to see as Hillary brings Democratic performance to a peak not seen since Johnson, winning over 450 electoral votes in states.
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« Reply #4679 on: June 21, 2015, 09:49:11 pm »
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BREAKING: Morry Taylor wins 2000 Reform Party nomination
Morry Taylor vs Pat Buchanan vs Ralph Nader vs Donald Trump vs John Anderson

After a heated primary season during which many worried that the Reform party, divided among various faultlines, would fall to shambles, businessman Morry Taylor eked out a close win. Taylor occupied a distinct niche in the party, securing Perot's endorsement early on. His policies reflected a bridge across many of the divides in the party. Finishing in second was conservative commentator Pat Buchanan. Buchanan's firey populist rhetoric won him high levels of support in the socially conservative South and Midwest, but was viewed by many voters outside these states as xenophobic and divisive. Third place went to consumer advocate Ralph Nader, who ran from the left wing of the party. He picked up support from more liberal Reform voters, pledging to select physicist John Hagelin as his VP if nominated. However, his inability to fundraise and attract support of the Reform mainstream harmed his campaign. Donald Trump came in fourth, to his disappointment. The billionaire's self funded campaign ran into numerous stumbles, from scandals involving misapportionment of funds and failed ventures to major gaffes. He never really got off the ground, but did pick up some support in wealthy suburbs. In last place was former presidential candidate John Anderson. Anderson's campaign was centrist on social issues and leaned centre left on the economy. While his ideas may have been palatable to voters his lack of energy and funding doomed his efforts. Some pundits guessed that he only ever entered the race to be a potential VP.

At the convention post-primary, Morry Taylor selected John Anderson as his VP to balance the ticket and add some experience.

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« Reply #4680 on: June 22, 2015, 07:16:34 am »
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√ John Kerry/John Edwards: 272 (48.32%)
George W. Bush/Dick Cheney: 266 (50.68%)

√ John McCain/Tim Pawlenty: 349 (52.1%)
John Kerry/John Edwards: 189 (45.4%)

√ John McCain/Tim Pawlenty: 281 (50.2%)
Hillary Clinton/Tom Vilsack: 257 (48.6%)

√ Tim Pawlenty/John Kasich: 274 (49.5%)
Tim Kaine/Barack Obama: 264 (49.4%)
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« Reply #4681 on: June 22, 2015, 07:06:50 pm »
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1972: Battle Against the Establishment


George McGovern (D-SD)/Ted Kennedy (D-MA)-286
George Wallace (AIP-AL)/John Schmitz (AIP-CA)-135
Richard Nixon (R-CA)/George Romney (R-MI)-117

Nixon's Situation: Spiro Agnew steps down after allegations of corruption, leaving Nixon to hurriedly nominate George Romney as VP mid-campaign. However, by then, the tickets reputation had suffered severe damage. Moreover, race riots rock American streets, and Nixon, fatigued and beleaguered, stumbles on the issue, kicking the can down the road.

McGovern's Situation: George McGovern hits a nerve with his anti-war messaging and also successfully portrays Nixon as a member of the 'Old Politics' clique. He never goes through the Eagleton affair and is able to reunite the party at the convention, convincing Ted Kennedy to join the ticket.

Wallace's Situation: Exploding racial tensions and Nixon's failure to resolve them give Wallace fodder for an identity politics campaign. He focuses on 'law and order', pandering to segregationist sentiment in the South and drawing social conservatives and blue collar whites in Northern states.
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« Reply #4682 on: June 24, 2015, 07:40:43 am »
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√ Gov. Ronald Reagan/Sen. Winston Proutt: 320 (47.7%)
Pres. Lyndon Johnson/Vice Pres. Hubert Humphrey: 191 (42.4%)
Gov. George Wallace/Gen. Curtis LeMay: 27 (9.2%)

√ Sen. Robert F. Kennedy/Gov. John Connally: 289 (48.1%)
Pres. Ronald Reagan/Vice Pres. Winston Proutt: 249 (46.7%)
Rep. John Anderson/Gov. John A. Volpe: 0 (3.8%)

√ Pres. Robert F. Kennedy/Vice Pres. John Connally: 300 (51.3%)
Rep. Gerald Ford/Sen. Edward M. Brooke: 238 (47.6%)

√ Sen. George Bush/Sen. Bob Dole: 294 (50.6%)
Vice Pres. John Connally/Gov. Jimmy Carter: 244 (48.3%)

√ Pres. George Bush/Vice Pres. Bob Dole: 408 (55.1%)
Frm. Vice Pres. Jimmy Carter/Rep. Geraldine Ferraro: 130 (43.9%)

√ Vice Pres. Bob Dole/Gen. Colin Powell: 364 (53.9%)
Sen. Gary Hart/Sen. Walter Mondale: 174 (45.0%)

√ Pres. Bob Dole/Vice Pres. Colin Powell: 314 (52.1%)
Gov. Bill Clinton/Sen. Bill Bradley: 224 (46.9%)

√ Vice Pres. Colin Powell/Sen. John McCain: 308 (51.7%)
Sen. Al Gore/Gov. Ann Richards: 230 (47.2%)

√ Gov. Ann Richards/Sen. Barbara Boxer: 276 (49.5%)
Pres. Colin Powell/Vice Pres. John McCain: 262 (49.6%)

√ Frm. Vice Pres. John McCain/Gov. George W. Bush: 297 (51.0%)
Pres. Ann Richards/Vice Pres. Barbara Boxer: 241 (48.1%)

√ Pres. John McCain/Vice Pres. George W. Bush: 532 (62.3%)
Gov. Howard Dean/Sen. Evan Bayh: 6 (35.8%)

√ Gov. Hillary Clinton/Gov. Andrew Cuomo: 271 (49.5%)
Vice Pres. George W. Bush/Gov. Jon Huntsman: 267 (49.4%)
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