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« Reply #4775 on: August 31, 2015, 12:23:25 am »
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269 - 269

Four Faithless Electors of New Mexico>Democratic

Gov. Evan Bayh(D-IN)/Mayor Bill DeBlasio(D-NY)
Gov. Tim Pawlenty(R-MN)/Sen. Ken Cucinelli(R-VA)

President: Tim Pawlenty(R-MN)
Vice President: Ken Cucinelli(R-VA)

Secretary of State: Richard Lugar(R-IN)
     National Security Advisor: Chuck Hagel(R-NE)
Secretary of the Treasury: Michael Bloomberg(R-NY)
     Chairman of the Federal Reserve: Robert Zoellick(R-IL)
Attorney General: Chris Christie(R-NJ)
Secretary of Agriculture: Gary Locke(D-WA)
Secretary of the Interior: Larry Pressler(I-SD)
Secretary of Commerce: Robert Kimmitt(D-MA)
Secretary of Labor:
Secretary of Health and Human Services: Benjamin Carson(R-MD)

Secretary of Transportation: Michael Powell(R-VA)
Secretary of Homeland Security: John Bolton(R-MD)
U. N. Ambassador: John Huntsman, Jr.(R-UT)

Senate Majority Leader: John Thune(R-ND)
Senate Majority Whip: Lisa Murkowski(R-AK)

Chairperson of the Senate Republican Conference: Kelly Ayotte(R-NH)
Vice-Chairperson of the Senate Republican Conference: Tom Cotton(R-AR)

Senate Minority Leader: Dick Durbin(D-IL)
Senate Minority Whip: Claire McCaskill(D-MO)

Chairperson of the Senate Democratic Conference: Charles Schumer(D-NY)
Vice-Chairperson of the Senate Democratic Conference: Ron Wyden(D-OR)

Speaker of the House: Cathy McMorris Rodgers(R-OR)
House Majority Leader: Fiorello LoBiondo(R-NJ)
Chairperson of the House Republican Conference: Paul Ryan(R-WI)/Devin Nunes(R-CA)
House Majority Whip: Erik Paulsen(R-MN)

House Minority Leader: Chris Van Hollen(D-MD)
Chairpersons of the House Democratic Conference: Nikki Tsongas(D-MA)/Keith Ellison(D-MN)
House Minority Whip: Jared Polis(D-CO)
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« Reply #4776 on: August 31, 2015, 12:28:17 pm »
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Theoretical nation-wide jungle primary held today:



Hillary Clinton 28% 450 EV
Bernie Sanders 16% 57 EV
Donald Trump 11% 21 EV
Ben Carson 5% 0 EV
Jeb Bush 5% 10 EV
Marco Rubio 3% 0 EV
Ted Cruz 3% 0 EV
Scott Walker 3% 0 EV
Carly Fiorina 3% 0 EV
John Kasich 2% 0 EV
All others<2%

Dems only get 44% of PV?

Oh, whoops. They were supposed to get 49%, but I think I included Biden when calculating individual percentages, and then didn't include him in the final count, since theoretically he wouldn't be on any ballots if we had an election today.
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« Reply #4777 on: August 31, 2015, 01:55:14 pm »
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Some of you may have read that having sex with a horse is legal in more states than SSM. Well, here's a map of the legality:



Blue-SWH
Red-SSM
Green-Both
Gray-Neither

I did this in 2013. Seeing it again, I'll update it to at the time just before Ogbergfell v Hobbs.:



Blue-SWH
Red-SSM
Green-Both
Gray-Neither
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« Reply #4778 on: August 31, 2015, 04:37:26 pm »
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« Reply #4779 on: August 31, 2015, 04:56:58 pm »
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How did you get Puerto Rico on there?
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« Reply #4780 on: August 31, 2015, 04:58:01 pm »
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Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Gov. George W. Bush (R-TX): 354 EVs (52% PV)
Vice Pres. Al Gore (D-TN)/Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT): 184 EVs (46% PV)

After narrowly defeating George W. Bush in the South Carolina primary, John McCain's campaign for the Republican presidential nomination was on a roll.  He quickly began gaining ground in the remaining contests, defeating or running close behind Bush in several states.  By Super Tuesday, McCain had taken the lead in national polls and won most of that day's contests.  After several more weeks of duking it out, Bush withdrew from the race, making McCain the party's presumptive nominee.  In an attempt to make peace with Bush supporters and solidify the conservative base, McCain offered Bush the vice-presidential slot, which the Texas governor quickly accepted.  

In the general election, the McCain/Bush ticket faced Vice President Al Gore and Senator Joe Lieberman.  Suddenly, an expectedly close race between Bush and Gore transformed into one soon favored the GOP.  Many moderates who had deserted the GOP to support Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996 saw McCain as an acceptable candidate.  McCain played this to his advantage, touting himself in TV ads as "a different kind of Republican."  In the debates, Gore cratered as he made several missteps, including sighing during an answer by Senator McCain and invading his personal space.  Many swing voters who were already suspicious of Gore quickly expressed their disapproval in the polls.  On Election Day, Senator McCain and Governor Bush won decisively, improving vastly the GOP's previous numbers with moderates, women, minorities, and even liberals.  They narrowly took Gore's home state of Tennessee and ran strong in socially conservative coal-mining regions which previously had been the stronghold of New Deal Democrats.  The inroads that McCain made prevented Gore from breaking even 60% in any state.  The Clinton Coalition appeared to be on the verge of collapse.

TO BE CONTINUED
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« Reply #4781 on: August 31, 2015, 09:37:19 pm »
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1792: Washington Retires

Vice President John Adams of Massachusetts [Federalist]   79 Electoral Votes
Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson of Virginia [Republican]   56 Electoral Votes
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« Reply #4782 on: August 31, 2015, 09:51:42 pm »
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Giuliani/Thompson: 309 (51.0%)
Gore/Lieberman: 229 (47.7%)
Other: 0 (1.3%)

2008 Republican Primary: Giuliani vs. Brownback
Rudy Giuliani: 56.6%
Sam Brownback: 42.0%
Other: 1.4%


Hillary Clinton: 51.0%
Howard Dean: 45.0%
John Edwards: 2.9%
Other: 1.1%

Clinton/Dean: 374 (54.0%)
Giuliani/Thompson: 164 (44.7%)
Other: 0 (1.3%)

Clinton/Dean: 337 (52.9%)
Romney/Huckabee: 201 (45.3%)
Other: 0 (1.8%)
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