Camelot Returns!The charismatic former Senator and son of the late President, John F. Kennedy rides an electoral landslide after eight years of George Bush and a disastrous economic collapse.
✓ John F. Kennedy, Jr./Joseph R. Biden: 442 (55.2%)
Mitt Romney/Sam Brownback: 96 (42.6%)
The Quest for CamelotStruggling to dig back from the depths of the Great Recession, President Kennedy limps into reelection with meager 47% approval rating and faces a fierce opponent in Mike Huckabee who runs as a populist and despite coming close fails to unseat the incumbent President.
✓ John F. Kennedy, Jr./Joseph R. Biden: 288 (49.3%)
Michael Huckabee/John Kasich: 250 (49.2%)
Golden TimesThe economic recovery limps along and the President faces a revolt in his own Democratic Party, which cripples Vice President Biden running for his own term in 2016. Republican meanwhile capitalize on the public's frustrations and anxiety and hold the President's feet to the fire. Kennedy's increasing unpopularity, and the American public's yearning for a new direction result in the political tsunami election of Donald J. Trump, on a platform of national renewal and economic populism.
✓ Donald J. Trump/Susan Collins: 473 (57.8%)
Joseph R. Biden/Gavin Newsom: 65 (41.0%
Trump CardDemocrats attempt to protest the nationalistic approaches of President Trump, but to no avail. The popular incumbent presides over a revived American economy as well as boom in national pride. A winning combination for a President running for reelection, especially against a weak opponent. President Trump crushes Former Governor of Virginia Tim Kaine in the greatest victory in American history.
✓ Donald J. Trump/Susan Collins: 535 (62.4%)
Tim Kaine/Amy Klobuchar: 3 (36.0%)