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« Reply #5050 on: February 06, 2016, 07:25:25 am »
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The pretzel of doom onwards

2004


Pres. Richard B. Cheney (R-WY)/Vice Pres. John M. Engler (R-MI) 338 (52.1%)
Sen. Thomas A. Daschle (D-SD)/Sen. Daniel R. Graham (R-FL) 200 (47.5%)

2008


Sen. Hillary R. Clinton (D-NY)/Sen. Barack H. Obama (D-IL) 382 (54.6%)
Fmr Gov. W. Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Rep. Ronald E. Paul (R-TX) 156 (45.1%)

2012


Pres. Hillary R. Clinton (D-NY)/Vice Pres. Barack H. Obama (D-IL) 413 (56.3%)
Gov. James R. Perry (R-TX)/Gov. Brian E. Sandoval (R-NV) 125 (43.4%)

2016


Vice Pres. Barack H. Obama (D-IL)/Sec. of HuD Julian Castro (D-TX) 270 (44.7%)
Sen. Randal H. "Rand" Paul (R-KY)/Gov. Susana Martinez (R-NM) 268 (44.1%)
Sen. Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (I-VT)/Fmr Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee (I-RI) 0 (10.9%)

2020


Pres. Barack H. Obama (D-IL)/Vice Pres. Julian Castro (D-TX) 281 (50.4%)
Gov. Marco A. Rubio (R-FL)/Gov. Scott K. Walker (R-WI) 257 (49.7%)
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« Reply #5051 on: February 06, 2016, 09:46:21 am »
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Kerry Wins Electoral College, Bush Wins Popular Vote
John Kerry/John Edwards: 279 (48.9%)
George W. Bush/Richard Cheney: 259 (49.7%)
Other: 0 (1.4%)

The Battle of the Johns: McCain Defeats Kerry
Sen. John McCain/Sen. Lisa Murkowski: 339 (51.4%)
Pres. John Kerry/Vice Pres. John Edwards: 199 (46.9%)
Other: 0 (1.7%)

The Battle of the Johns II: Despite Tough Fight McCain is Reelected over VP Edwards
Pres. John McCain/ Vice Pres. Lisa Murkowski: 305 (50.0%)
Frm. Vice Pres. John Edwards/ Sen. Russ Feingold: 233 (48.1%)
Other: 0 (1.9%)

The Women Vote: Clinton Narrowly Beats Murkowski to become First Woman Prez.
Gov. Hillary Clinton/Sen. Barack Obama: 277 (49.8%)
Vice Pres. Lisa Murkowski/Sen. John Sununu: 261 (48.3%)
Other: 0 (2.1%)

The Battle of New York and Texas: Clinton Trounces Perry
Pres. Hillary Clinton/Vice Pres. Barack Obama: 368 (53.5%)
Gov. Rick Perry/Sen. John Thune: 170 (44.7%)
Other: 0 (1.8%)
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« Reply #5052 on: February 06, 2016, 08:16:54 pm »
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20+, 10-19, 3-9
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191-188-159
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209-171-158
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210-161-167
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« Reply #5053 on: February 06, 2016, 08:38:14 pm »
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Republican: Theodore Roosevelt (New York)/Charles W. Fairbanks (Indiana) - 47.45%, 269 EVs
Democratic: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (New York)/John Nance Garner (Texas) - 48.29%, 262 EVs
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« Reply #5054 on: February 07, 2016, 09:00:59 am »
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The Presidency of Abbott Lawrence: A Continuation

President Lawrence has pushed an anti-slavery agenda, and many in the south are rebelling and rioting. The Democrats, now the main opposition to the Liberty Party, are careful to oppose this. Many claim that Lawrence is "toast" in the next election, but he maintains that he can win.

1852



Democrat: Franklin Pierce/Sam Houston - 109 EVs
Liberty: Abbott Lawrence/Millard Fillmore - 153 EVs
Loyalist: Edward Bates/William Graham - 34 EVs

1856
Vice president Fillmore obtains the Liberty nomination, while William Bates does the same for the Democrats. The Loyalist, hoping to get more recognition, nominate a Californian named John Fremont.



Democrat: William O. Butler/Stephen Douglas 152 EVs
Liberty: Millard Fillmore/Rufus Choate 131 EVs
Loyalist: John Fremont/William Graham 4 EVs
(Faithless Electors): Sterling Price/(unknown) 9 EVs

1860

But that was the last time the Loyalists would contest an election. The party folded, with most Loyalists joining the Democratic Party. The presidency of General William Butler was not a good one,  and the "incompetent" Butler was almost forced to resign. VP Douglas, in disagreement and embarrassment, did resign. He was replaced by John Breckinridge. With the nation in a tailspin, the Liberty Party turned to Illinois Senator Abraham Lincoln. (Note: the libertys are now blue)

Democrats: William Butler/John Breckinridge 115 EVs
Liberty: Abraham Lincoln/Hannibal Hamlin 188 EVs



Lincoln's proud anti-slavery policies, much harsher than those of Lawrence, angered the South. By the time of the 1864 election, many states had seceded. What will happen in the Civil War? Find out when I'm motivated enough to post this again!

List of presidents:
William Henry Harrison (1841-1841)
John Tyler (1841-1845)
James Polk (1845-1849)
Abbott Lawrence (1849-1857)
William Butler (1857-1861)
Abraham Lincoln (1861-???)

List of VPs
John Tyler (1841-1841)
Winfield Scott (1841-1842)
Theodore Freylinghuysen(1842-1845).
George Dallas (1845-1849)
Millard Fillmore (1849-1857)
Stephen Douglas (1857-1858)
John Breckinridge (1858-1861)
Hannibal Hamlin (1861-???)
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Bern out the day, Bern out the night. I can't see no reason to put up a fight. I'm living for giving the devil his due.

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« Reply #5055 on: February 07, 2016, 04:51:43 pm »
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Sen. Gary Hart/Sen. Lloyd Bentsen: 271 (49.4%)
Pres. George H.W. Bush/Vice Pres. Bob Dole: 267 (49.3%)

Pres. Gary Hart/Vice Pres. Lloyd Bentsen: 538 (65.0%)
Pat Robertson/Pat Buchanan: 180 (29.8%)
Rep. Ron Paul/Rep. Andre Marrou: 0 (1.4%)

Vice Pres. Lloyd Bentsen/Gov. Mario Cuomo: 434 (55.2%)
Frm. Vice Pres. Bob Dole/Rep. Jack Kemp: 104 (43.7%)
Pat Buchanan/David Duke: 0 (0.6%)


Vice Pres. Mario Cuomo/Sen. Tom Harkin: 309 (51.0%)
Sen. Phil Gramm/Sen. Richard Lugar: 229 (47.5%)

Sen. John McCain/Rep. John Kasich: 294 (50.1%)
Pres. Mario Cuomo/Vice Pres. Tom Harkin: 244 (48.6%)

Pres. John McCain/Vice Pres. John Kasich: 524 (60.1%)
Sen. Al Gore/Sen. Bill Bradley: 14 (38.4%)

Vice Pres. John Kasich/Sen. Olympia Snowe: 502 (59.4%)
Sen. Paul Wellstone/Gov. Howard Dean: 36 (39.1%)

Pres. John Kasich/Vice Pres. Olympia Snowe: 370 (53.2%)
Gov. Gavin Newsom/Sen. Andrew Cuomo: 168 (45.1%)
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« Reply #5056 on: February 07, 2016, 04:56:23 pm »
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1912 with those within 20% called for the 2nd place winner.
237-147-147
Meanwhile, in Congress, a Woodrow Wilson / Nicholas Butler team is voted for (assuming all Dems vote for Wilson or Marshall and All Pubs vote for Taft or Butler).
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« Reply #5057 on: February 08, 2016, 11:29:00 am »
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What if the American Independent Party replaced the Democrats as the primary opposition to the Republicans?

1968:


Republican: Richard Nixon (California)/Spiro T. Agnew (Maryland) - 41.84%, 389 EVs
American Independent: George Wallace (Alabama)/Curtis LeMay (California) - 27.40%, 128 EVs
Democratic: Hubert Humphrey (Minnesota)/Edmund Muskie (Maine) - 23.17%, 21 EVs
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« Reply #5058 on: February 08, 2016, 12:16:13 pm »
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1972:



Republican: Richard Nixon (California)/Spiro T. Agnew (Maryland) - 43.01%, 330 EVs
American Independent: John G. Schmitz (California)/Thomas J. Anderson (Tennessee) - 37.45%, 205 EVs
Democratic: George McGovern (South Dakota)/Sargent Shriver (Maryland) - 18.91%, 3 EVs
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« Reply #5059 on: February 08, 2016, 02:46:09 pm »
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2016:



John Kasich/Marco Rubio: 349 EV, 53.6%
Claire McCaskill/Elizabeth Warren: 189 EV, 44.7%
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« Reply #5060 on: February 08, 2016, 07:51:45 pm »
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2016:



John Kasich/Marco Rubio: 349 EV, 53.6%
Claire McCaskill/Elizabeth Warren: 189 EV, 44.7%
Your obsession has come too far. There is no way Kasich wins Michigan, Minnesota, Maine's 2nd, and New Mexico without winning New Hampshire.
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« Reply #5061 on: February 08, 2016, 08:22:25 pm »
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2016:



John Kasich/Marco Rubio: 349 EV, 53.6%
Claire McCaskill/Elizabeth Warren: 189 EV, 44.7%
There are too many loyal Dems for that to happen. Kasich picks up FL, OH, VA, and CO for a 276-262 EV victory and a narrow PV victory.
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« Reply #5062 on: February 08, 2016, 08:31:41 pm »
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Biden: You're addicted to focus groups!

Chafee: That would be you, actually, Mr. Biden! I have but a sole focus group - the american people!

"If everything seems under control, you're not going fast enough "
-Mario Andretti
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