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« Reply #25 on: February 06, 2012, 02:49:26 pm »
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Arkansas Drops to Stevenson; North Carolina Too Close to Call
Thats right, we have another projection. Arkansas does go to Stevenson and stay in the democratic column tonight. North Carolina, a traditionally democratic state, is undecided at this time.

Adlai Stevenson Wins Arkansas
McKinley: 151     Stevenson: 69        224 needed to win

We can also declare Maryland for McKinley at this time. The state of Maryland will vote for William McKinley this election.

William McKinley Wins Maryland
McKinley: 160        Stevenson: 69        224 needed to win

Any quick comment from our panel here?

If Stevenson doesn't start gaining some ground soon, he might be done. The 9 o'clock hour is coming up with a slate of states reporting. It might be do or die for Stevenson next hour.

We are coming back at 9 o'clock. Get ready, we might have a major national projection at that hour.



McKinley: 160        Stevenson: 69        224 needed to win

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« Reply #26 on: February 06, 2012, 09:52:34 pm »
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Stevenson Wins Virgnia but McKinley Becomes the Next President of the United States. MCKINLEY WINS
Welcome back. As you saw there in the headline, William McKinley, we can now declare will be the 25th President of the United States.

William McKinley Wins Presidency of the United States of America

Lets go to some projections to back that up.

William McKinley Wins Kansas

Adlai Stevenson Wins Virgnia

Adlai Stevenson Wins Louisiana

William McKinley Wins Michigan

William McKinley Wins Minnesota

William McKinley Wins New York

William McKinley Wins Rhode Island

William McKinley Wins Wisconsin

William McKinley Wins Wyoming


Okay, those are our projections at this time. Enough to make McKinley the next President of the United States. He will be the next Presdient according to our projections.

McKinley: 248        Stevenson: 89        224 needed to win

And it looks like a big McKinley win tonight. As, just coming in, we can declare that McKinley will also carry the state of Nebraska. McKinley wins in Nebraska tonight.

William McKinley Wins Nebraska
McKinley: 256        Stevenson: 89        224 needed to win

I remember we said at the open that another upset for the democrats nationally might be possible, it does not seem like thats meant to be tonight.

No, McKinley has done what he couldn't do last time. He has carried some industrial swing states very easily tonight according to our projections. Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, New York. While he won a few of those last time, obviously last time didn't work, tonight its a very different story.

Has anything changed over the last four years that caused this shift in the electorate?

Well, a few things. First, you have to remember last election, 1896 was a very close election.

He nearly won last time...

He nearly won last time and it was a disappointing loss. But, hes back again tonight and is winning rather handiddly across the nation.

The question was what has changed to cause this shift.

Yes, first of all look at the closeness of the election last time. Also, while  outgoing President Cleveland is personally popular with the public, his approval rating is at 28%. Thats not good for an incumbent party going into an election year. Also, I think the continuing downturn of the economy is a negative for the democrats too.

The results reflect that tonight. We will come back with more as election 1900 continues. William McKinley will be the next President of the United States succeeding retiring incumbent democrat Grover Cleveland. We are coming back. Stay with us.


McKinley: 256        Stevenson: 89        224 needed to win

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« Reply #27 on: February 06, 2012, 09:56:18 pm »
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« Reply #28 on: February 06, 2012, 10:02:19 pm »
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Yeah McKinley!

Want to take a guess at how long McKinley will be in office?
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« Reply #29 on: February 07, 2012, 11:34:32 am »
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10 o'clock hour
We have some more states to declare at this hour. In the state of Iowa, William McKinley will be easily carrying that state tonight. However, vice president Stevenson will be carrying the states of Montana and Nevada tonight.

William McKinley Wins Iowa

Adlai Stevenson Wins Montana

Adlai Stevenson Wins Nevada

McKinley: 269        Stevenson: 95        224 needed to win

We can also declare that William McKinley will carry the state of North Dakota. The state of Utah, at least at this hour, is undecided.

William McKinley Wins North Dakota
McKinley: 272        Stevenson: 95        224 needed to win

And one more projection, the state of Colorado, we can declare it for the vice president.

Adlai Stevenson Wins Colorado
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« Reply #30 on: February 07, 2012, 06:32:36 pm »
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McKinley: 272        Stevenson: 99        224 needed to win

Welcome back to election night 1900. Well, it seems like the vice president been picking up some extra electoral votes tonight.

Yeah, but not very many and not where he wanted them. He would rather pick up New York, Ohio, and Illinois compared to these smaller western states that he is carrying.

McKinley lost last time and has come back to win tonight. Could we expect the same thing out of Stevenson, that he might run again in four years.

I wouldn't think so. He is loosing tonight by a pretty sizable margin and hes just not the same type of candidate as McKinley.

Hold on, Missouri drops to Stevenson. Thats a state that some people were watching tonight, though certainly not as much as others. Missouri stays in the democratic column tonight.


Adlai Stevenson Wins Missouri
McKinley: 272        Stevenson: 116        224 needed to win

Thats a good win for Stevenson and I think that the question now is, how big of a win will McKinley have. Stevenson wins a swing state there.

Of course it won't be enough to change anything, McKinley is already well over the 224 needed to win tonight. Were coming back with more. Stay with us


McKinley: 272        Stevenson: 116        224 needed to win

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« Reply #31 on: February 09, 2012, 08:17:11 pm »
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Utah and the West Coast Go to McKinley: Raising McKinley's Margin of Victory
Good evening again and welcome back to election night 1900. We can declare the state of Utah, previously undecided, Utah will go to McKinley tonight. Idaho drops to Stevenson but Washington, Oregon, and California all go to McKinley tonight as polls close there.

William McKinley Wins Utah

Adlai Stevenson Wins Idaho

William McKinley Wins Washington

William McKinley Wins Oregon

William McKinley Wins California

McKinley: 292        Stevenson: 119        224 needed to win

The only question now seems to be the margin of victory for McKinley tonight.

Just coming in now, we can declare the state of North Carolina for vice president Stevenson. Stevenson carries North Carolina.


Adlai Stevenson Wins North Carolina
McKinley: 292        Stevenson: 130        224 needed to win

Well the question was if McKinley could break into the democratic solid south. It seems that he cannot at least so far tonight.

Yeah, North Carolina was a target for the McKinley/Roosevelt ticket. They didn't have to win it and they didn't. Stevenson is proving that this is not a sweep for McKinley. Stevenson has lost the popular vote by a wide margin, but its not the popular vote that matters, its the electoral vote.

Thats true. They don't talk about it taking a certain number of popular votes to win, its the number of electoral votes. Stevenson is winning some states to make it a respectful showing in the electoral vote, but doing poorly in the popular vote.

Back with more election night 1900 stay with us.


McKinley: 292        Stevenson: 130        224 needed to win

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« Reply #32 on: February 09, 2012, 08:51:07 pm »
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« Reply #33 on: February 09, 2012, 08:53:26 pm »
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Tennesee Goes Democrat...Missouri Moved Back to Undecided Column
Welcome back to election night 1900. We have a few things to tell you about. First of all, Tennessee will go to the vice president tonight and stay in the democratic column. However, Missouri, which we had previously projected for Stevenson, Missouri will move back into the undecided column.

So, Stevenson looses some electoral votes, but Tennessee will probably help him make that up. Lets look at our map now.


Adlai Stevenson Wins Tennessee
McKinley: 292         Stevenson: 125        224 needed to win

Is Missouri being taken back a surprise?

Well, no not really. Its a swing state. It probably votes democrat more than republican, but its too close to call...undecided.

We can also declare the state of Kentucky for the now President elect McKinley.


William McKinley Wins Kentucky
McKinley: 305        Stevenson: 125        224 needed to win

Missouri is in the undecided column. One more state to declare. We are coming back with that, and some final thoughts on election 1900 from our panel. Stay with us.

McKinley: 305        Stevenson: 125        224 needed to win


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« Reply #34 on: February 20, 2012, 01:31:54 pm »
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And our final state to declare in election 1900, Missouri goes to President elect McKinley.

William McKinley Wins Missouri
McKinley: 322        Stevenson: 124        224 needed to win

Lets turn to our panel one last time for this election.

This election result offers a new hope for the republicans with new leadership and it rejects the outgoing democratic administration.

Yeah, I think with the incumbent President not running, they lost their chance in this election. Its not even likely that Cleveland would have won had he run.

Any thoughts about the future?

I think the biggest challenge of the new administration is dealing with the economy.

This has been election night 1900. See you next time.



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McKinley: 322        Stevenson: 125        224 needed to win

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This timeline is starting up again. Election night 1904 will begin within the next twenty four hours. I welcome any comments or suggestions.
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« Reply #36 on: April 07, 2012, 10:07:36 am »
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Why do you so often take back states and give them to the other (inevitably Republican) candidate? It really gets stale when you do it in almost every timeline.
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« Reply #37 on: April 07, 2012, 11:25:15 am »
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Why do you so often take back states and give them to the other (inevitably Republican) candidate? It really gets stale when you do it in almost every timeline.

Just to leave ya on the edge of your seat...and here, calling Missouri for Stevenson was just to make the election look closer than it acutally was going to be..
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Election Night 1904 Preview

Near the end of 1902, President McKinley ses the economy begin to improve and this leads America to an economic boom late in 1903 into 1904. President McKinley announces in February 1904 that he and vice President Roosevelt will run for a second term to their offices. There is a scare in the administration when on March 13th 1904, President McKinley is shot in New York city. However, the wound proved not to be serious and McKinley survives the attempt on his life. The assassination attempt only boosts McKinley's approval ratings as he heads into the fall election.

McKinley and Roosevelt are nominated by acclamation at the republican national convention. On the democratic side, Bill Hearst, of New York,  wins the democratic nomination for President. He selects Henry Davis, of West Virgnia,  as his running mate for the fall campaign. Hope is quickly dashed almost from the beginning for democrats. The McKinley/Roosevelt ticket goes into election day with a twenty-nine point lead over their democratic opponents. Its expected to be a sweep for the incumbent republican administration, but only the results will tell. Election night 1904 begins next.
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McKinley Wins Three Big Swing States, Hearst Only takes Democratic Stronghold of Florida
Thats the headline of the hour, as you can se it 7 o'clock on the east coast and we have some projections.

Indiana, usually a swing state, is it tonight? Oh no, McKinley wins easily in Indiana.


William McKinley Wins Indiana

In Vermont, another traditionally republican state, the President might get as much as eighty-five percent of the vote here. A big win for the President in Vermont.

William McKinley Wins Vermont

In Virgnia, part of the traditionally democratic solid south. Is Virgnia doing that again tonight? Who can say, its undecided.

In Kentucky, this is usually a swing state, but not tonight. McKinley wins it by a solid five to seven percentage points tonight. Kentucky for the President.


William McKinley Wins Kentucky

And finally in Florida, the only good news for Hearst at this hour. A strong democratic state does it again, not sure of the margin there though. Florida stays in the democratic column tonight and goes with Hearst.

Bill Hearst Wins Florida

Okay, so lets look at the electoral map at the 7 o'clock hour.
McKinley: 32        Hearst: 5        239 needed to win
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Welcome back, we can declare Bill Hearst the winner in the state of Georgia. Hearst wins in Georgia.

Bill Hearst Wins Georgia
McKinley: 32        Hearst: 18        239 needed to win

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This might be the way of the evening. Ohio and West Virgnia both go easily to President McKinley tonight.

William McKinley Wins Ohio

William McKinley Wins West Virgnia


McKinley: 62        Hearst: 18        239 needed to win     

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McKinley's Lead Strengthens. Hearst Breathing for Air.
It is 8 o'clock on the east coast, this could be the hour of decision. Lets look at some projections.

In Alabama, we can declare that Bill Hearst will carry that state. Alabama for the democrats.


Bill Hearst Wins Alabama

In Connecticut, usually considered to be a bellwhether, well if it says anything, McKinley wins easily there tonight.

William McKinley Wins Connecticut

We can say that Delaware is undecided at the moment. Too close to call in Delaware.

In Illinois, another big win for McKinley, President McKinley easily wins the state of Illinois tonight.


William McKinley Wins Illinois

William McKinley wins easily in the state of Maine. Maine for the President.

William McKinley Wins Maine

In Maryland, that state is also undecided.

In Massachussetts, Hearst not even getting thirty percent of the vote there tonight. McKinley easily wins that state tonight.


William McKinley Wins Massachussetts

In Mississippi, a strong democratic state, Hearst wins easily there. Mississippi for Hearst,

Bill Hearst Wins Mississippi

In Missouri, its undecided.

In New Hampshire McKinley wins easily there.


William McKinley Wins New Hampshire

In New Jersey, McKinley wins easily there tonight over Bill Hearst.

William McKinley Wins New Jersey

In Pennsylvania, Hearst is not even getting a fifth of the vote there. The President very easily carries that state tonight.

William McKinley Wins Pennsylvania

In South Dakota, Hearst isn't getting a fifth of the vote there either. McKinley wins South Dakota.

William McKinley Wins South Dakota

In Tennessee, we can call that state undecided right now at this hour.

And in Texas, Bill Hearst wins Texas.


Bill Hearst Wins Texas

Lets look at the electoral map after those projections.
McKinley: 172        Hearst: 57        239 needed to win

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We are back where we can declare three more states for McKinley. President McKinley wins Tennessee, Missouri, and Maryland. Those three for the President.

William McKinley Wins Tennessee

William McKinley Wins Missouri

William McKinley Wins Maryland

McKinley: 210        Hearst: 57        239 needed to win

We can also declare that Mr. Hearst will win in South Carolina tonight.

Bill Hearst Wins South Carolina
McKinley: 210        Hearst: 66        239 needed to win

President McKinley is only twenty nine electoral votes away from reelection, Bill Hearst, well he is yet to even reach 100 electoral votes. A quick note from our panel.

Yeah, look its like Bill Hearst stands no chance tonight. McKinley seems to be doing very well in every region besides the south.

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Good news for Bill Hearst, and on a night of great victory for McKinley, Hearst wins in North Carolina. Disappointment for the White House, Hearst wins in North Carolina. However, we can say, that Arkansas is undecided at this time.

Bill Hearst Wins North Carolina
McKinley: 210        Hearst: 78        239 needed to win

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William McKinley Reelected. Hearst Trying to Hang On to even the South
Good evening, welcome back. William McKinley is reelected to the presidency of the united states. We can safely project this because of some polls that closed at the 9 o'clock hour.

In New York, the state where thirty-nine electoral votes helped carry McKinley over the line, McKinley wins New York.


William McKinley Wins New York

In Colorado, McKinley easily wins there.

William McKinley Wins Colorado

In Kansas, McKinley doing very well there. The President wins in Kansas.

William McKinley Wins Kansas

In Louisiana, usually a part of the democratic solid south, will it be that way tonight? We don't know, its undecided.

In Michigan, it goes easily to McKinley, Michigan for McKinley.


William McKinley Wins Michigan

Also in Minnesota, McKinley wins there.

William McKinley Wins Minnesota

In Nebraska, the democrats thought they had a chance here this year, but its not to be. McKinley wins in Nebraska.

William McKinley Wins Nebraska

In Rhode Island, we can say that race is undecided.

In Wisconsin, President McKinley wins very easily there.


William McKinley Wins Wisconsin

We can also at this time declare William McKinley the winner in the state of Wyoming. Wyoming goes for McKinley.

William McKinley Wins Wyoming
McKinley: 313        Hearst: 78        239 needed to win

We can also declare that Virgnia, Virgnia stays in the democratic column and goes for Hearst tonight.

Bill Hearst Wins Virgnia
McKinley: 313        Hearst: 90        239 needed to win

Alright, President McKinley reelected, the only question now seems to be the margin. Were taking a break, but coming back. Stay with us.
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Okay, we can make another projection. President McKinley wins Delaware. Delaware for McKinley

William McKinley Wins Delaware
McKinley: 316        Hearst: 90         239 needed to win

Lets turn to our panel. You've been watching this, kinda bland election night coverage. A vast majority of the states being called as the polls close. Does this surprise you?

No not at all honestly. McKinley was strongly favored to win tonight and thats what hes doing.

Did you think he would make more inroads into the south?

I think that might be the only disappointment for the McKinley camp tonight. But, he has won a few and there are still a few out there.

Rhode Island goes to McKinley. Rhode Island for the President.


William McKinley Wins Rhode Island
McKinley: 320        Hearst: 90        239 needed to win

And that just adds to the big McKinley win tonight.

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10 o'clock hour: McKinley's Victory Margin Grows
Thats right, it is 10 o'clock on the east coast and we have some more projections to tell you about. First in Iowa, democrats thought they might have a chance there too, but its not to be. McKinley wins it.

William McKinley Wins Iowa

Also in Idaho, McKinley wins there.

William McKinley Wins Idaho

In Montana, McKinley wins it there.

Its not that the President is getting high percentages in these states necessaryily, but Mr. Hearst is getting such low percentages, giving us the opprotunity to declare these for the President.


William McKinley Wins Montana

Diddo in Nevada, McKinley wins there.

William McKinley Wins Nevada

In Utah, its McKinley. Utah goes for the President.

William McKinley Wins Utah

And a big big win for McKinley in North Dakota. North Dakota definently going for the President tonight by almost four to one. Wow, North Dakota for the President.

William McKinley Wins North Dakota

Lets see where that puts us on our electoral map. We know that William McKinley has been reelected to the presidency and is starting to build up a little bit of a margin here.
McKinley: 349        Hearst: 90        239 needed to win

Yeah, and this isn't a surprise. Hearst was never expected to win anyway. He seemed to just run for the sake of it.

I think with the economy booming, the President surviving an assassiantion attempt, the President's high popularity, and the fact that the democrats nominated a weak candidate. All of those factors combined give us the result that we have tonight.

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We can declare the state of Louisiana, Louisiana will go to Bill Hearst the democrat tonight. Hearst wins in Louisiana.

Bill Hearst Wins Louisiana
McKinley: 349        Hearst: 99        239 needed to win

Polls Close on West Coast: All Polls Across Nation Closed
It is now 11 o'clock on the east coast. We can declare that President McKinley is the winner in all three Washington, Oregon, and California. A clean sweep in the west for President McKinley. Bill Hearst conceeds the election in New York City.

William McKinley Wins Washington

William McKinley Wins Oregon

William McKinley Wins California

McKinley: 368        Hearst: 99        239 needed to win

This is the final call of the night, we can declare that Arkansas will go to the President tonight. This is an upset, Arkansas for William McKinley.

William McKinley Wins Arkansas
McKinley: 377        Hearst: 99        239 needed to win

Final results of the 1904 Presidential election will be posted next. This has been election night 1904, see you next time.
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the birth of modern america & onward election James Blaine is easily reelected & returned to the white house defeating former Indiana Governor Thomas Hendricks & Independent candidate Clinton Fisk.
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McKinley: 377        Hearst: 99        239 needed to win

election night 1904
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