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« Reply #150 on: July 23, 2013, 04:06:21 pm »
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Fictional characters I would vote for would be:
1. David Palmer: has class, integrity, moral sense and character unlike his successors after he left the White House

2. John Keeler: snake oil charm, ambitious, fiscal conservative and determined to stamp out the terrorists.

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« Reply #151 on: July 31, 2013, 05:09:13 pm »
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Let's try something a tad different here - how fictional characters would have voted historically:

The Simpsons

Homer:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - Nixon (wouldn't vote for the candidate-of-the-hippies)
1976 - Ford (they once became good friends, after all)
1980 - Reagan (he'd become a Reagan Democrat at this point)
1984 - Reagan
1988 - Dukakis (based on his personal dislike of Bush)
1992 - Perot
1996 - Perot (Clinton and Dole were evuuul space aliens)
2000 - Bush (can relate to him more)
2004 - Bush
2008 - Obama (but it counted as several votes for McCain)
2012 - Romney (but he regretted it within literally five seconds)

Marge:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter (it was explicitly stated that she voted for him twice)
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Bush (she was friendly with the Bushes IIRC)
1992 - Bush ("That's Slick Willie for ya. Always with the smooth talk)
1996 - Dole (for the same reason as above)
2000 - Gore
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama

Lisa:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Write-in: Eugene McCarthy
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton (not a fan of his more conservative policies but he's still a fellow saxophone player)
2000 - Nader
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Stein

Family Guy

Peter:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - Nixon
1976 - Ford
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Perot
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Bush (for similar reasons to Homer)
2004 - Bush
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama

Lois:

1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Anderson
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Gore
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama

Stewie:

1960 - Nixon
1964 - Goldwater (enthusiastically)
1968 - Nixon
1972 - Nixon
1976 - Ford
1980 - Anderson
1984 - Reagan
1988 - Bush
1992 - Perot
1996 - Perot
2000 - Bush
2004 - Bush
2008 - McCain
2012 - Romney
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« Reply #152 on: July 31, 2013, 05:28:45 pm »
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Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. Tongue 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.
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« Reply #153 on: August 27, 2013, 10:21:21 pm »
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Picard - Rocky Anderson
Riker - Rocky Anderson
Deanna - Rocky Anderson
Geordi - Rocky Anderson
Data - Rocky Anderson
Worf - Barack Obama
Dr. Crusher - Rocky Anderson
Wesley - Rocky Anderson
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« Reply #154 on: September 03, 2013, 03:09:31 pm »
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Obama
Fred
Bob Cratchet
Tiny Tim
Fanny
Fred
Ghost of Xmas present

Romney
Ebenezer Scrooge
Grim Reeper

Johnson or Trump
Jacob Marley
Ghost of past

Romney
Lady Macbeth
King Macbeth
Your highness Duncan
Witches

Obama
Banquo
Prince Malcolm
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« Reply #155 on: September 08, 2013, 11:02:21 am »
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Don Knotts/Ralph Furley Democratic
The Roepers GOPers
Jack, Janet, Chrissy, Cindy, and terry Democratic
Mr. Angelino and School teacher GOPers
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« Reply #156 on: September 23, 2013, 09:48:17 pm »
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Phillip J. Fry - Wouldn't vote
Bender Rodriguez - Can't vote (convict)
Taranga Leela - Obama
Amy Wong - Obama
Hubert Farnsworth - Romney
Dr. John Zoidberg - is a space alien
Scruffy the Janitor - Johnson
Hermes Conrad - Obama
Zapp Brannigan - Romney
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« Reply #157 on: September 24, 2013, 04:56:45 am »
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Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. Tongue 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.


In season one, don praises nixon as someone who "became vp 6 years after leaving the marine, so propably GOP'er. With Pete, he seems to support the civil rights movement, so thats another reason why rocky..
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« Reply #158 on: November 03, 2013, 07:04:52 pm »
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It's A Wonderful Life:
Peter Bailey-Democrat, definitely a New Deal Democrat
Mary Bailey-Democrat
Clarence Odbody-Apolitical considering he's an angel, probably would favour anti-Communist Democrats like Truman overall
Mr. Potter-Republican, probably would enthusiastically support Robert Taft
Bill Bailey-Republican out of tradition, probably would have voted for FDR
Ma Bailey-Republican, same as above
Harry Bailey-Democrat
Ernie-Democrat
Bert-Republican
Sam Wainwright-Republican
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« Reply #159 on: November 03, 2013, 07:09:44 pm »
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1984 (for the 1983 UK General Elections):
Winston Smith-SDP-Liberal Alliance
Julia-SDP-Liberal Alliance
O'Brian-Labour, probably would be an enthusiastic supporter of the Militant tendency
Parsons-Conservative, definitely would be just as much of a Thatcherite in our world as he is an Ingsoc devotee in 1984
Syme-SDP-Liberal Alliance
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« Reply #160 on: November 03, 2013, 07:27:47 pm »
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It's A Wonderful Life:
Mr. Potter-Republican, probably would enthusiastically support Robert Taft

I always thought that he looked like John Quincy Adams (or the reverse, rather), so it seems like he'd be a Republican in that (and all) era(s). I can just imagine Mr. Potter sitting in JQA's chair in that one photograph (yeah, I know it's not the right word) and instead speaking about thrift in government or something like that.
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« Reply #161 on: November 07, 2013, 04:05:56 am »
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Attack on Titan using Weimar-era parties considering its basically an allegory of the Ostfront in World War 2:

Eren-NSDAP
Mikasa-NSDAP
Armin-SDP for tactical reasons, probably would prefer DDP
Reiner-SDP
Jean-SDP
Sasha-KPD
Krista-DDP
Connie-NSDAP
Marco-Centre
Annie-NSDAP
Ymir-KPD
Hannes-Centre
Dr. Yeager-DVP
Commander Erwin-DVP
Captain Levi-NSDAP, might actully resemble Hans Rothfels
Commander Pixis-DNVP
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« Reply #162 on: November 07, 2013, 04:11:52 am »
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A brief one for Hellsing:

Alucard-No idea, probably Conservative
Integra-Conservative, obviously a One Nation Tory, might support UKIP due to her Europhobia and in seeing the EU has some sort of a Popish or Nazi plot to undermine British sovereignty
Walter-Conservative
Seras-Liberal Democrat
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« Reply #163 on: November 07, 2013, 04:19:18 am »
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Arthur (unless otherwise noted, I'm assuming their families vote the same way also).:

Arthur-Democrat
Buster-Libertarian, considering his fondness for UFOs would be an enthusiastic conspiracy theorist and Paulite. His mother would be a definite Democrat however.
Brain-Democrat, possibly Green
Francine-Democrat
Muffy-Republican
Binky-Republican
George-Democrat
Fern-Democrat
Prunella-Democrat
Sue Ellen (probably Canadian)-Liberal
Adil-CHP
Alberto-CREO
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« Reply #164 on: November 13, 2013, 03:58:13 pm »
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Attack on Titan using Weimar-era parties considering its basically an allegory of the Ostfront in World War 2:

Eren-NSDAP
Mikasa-NSDAP
Armin-SDP for tactical reasons, probably would prefer DDP
Reiner-SDP
Jean-SDP
Sasha-KPD
Krista-DDP
Connie-NSDAP
Marco-Centre
Annie-NSDAP
Ymir-KPD
Hannes-Centre
Dr. Yeager-DVP
Commander Erwin-DVP
Captain Levi-NSDAP, might actully resemble Hans Rothfels
Commander Pixis-DNVP

1. Mikasa is a racial minority. (Granted, not one with which the actual Nazis had problems, obviously, but in the context of the story...) I would picture her and Eren as more staid, Hindenburg-style military conservatives, likelier than not to be independent voters biddable by a variety of rightist or nationalist factions, who would be in significant danger of being co-opted either soon before or soon after 1933. DVFP for example I can sort of see.
2. Connie strikes me as a Zentrum type, honestly.
3. If it's an Ostfront allegory I think it's more likely that every character would be CPSU, Germanic names notwithstanding. But that's boring.
4. KPD Sasha and Ymir YES.
5. Of course Christa would be bourgeois left-liberal.

I might do this with current Japanese political parties later.
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« Reply #165 on: November 13, 2013, 07:40:57 pm »
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1. Mikasa is a racial minority. (Granted, not one with which the actual Nazis had problems, obviously, but in the context of the story...) I can see her and Eren as more staid, Hindenburg-style military conservatives, likelier than not to be independent voters biddable by a variety of rightist or nationalist factions, who might be in danger of being co-opted after 1933, though. DVFP for example I can sort of see.

Hmm that is true for Mikasa (who discounting her race, would actually be quite similar to the conservative Prussian officers of the Wehrmacht) but considering Eren's enthusiasm for slaughtering Titans, I think he'd be easily swept by the NSDAP's tide.

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3. If it's an Ostfront allegory I think it's more likely that every character would be CPSU, Germanic names notwithstanding. But that's boring.

Should have added Ostfront "as portrayed by German propaganda".

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Would be interesting to see considering the rumours that AoT the  is designed to promote Shinzo Abe's foreign policy.
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« Reply #166 on: December 15, 2013, 12:46:46 pm »
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The Fudge series by Judy Blume - I'll do the elections closest to the four Fudge books (1972, 1980, 1988 and 2000):

Hatcher Family
Warren - Advertising executive, likely conservative. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Anne - A fairly traditional housewife, who later becomes a dental assistant. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Peter - While he's only 9-12 years old in the series, he supports more public transportation in NYC, and is also concerned about air pollution. Doesn't seem to be anti-establishment or rebellious though. McGovern/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Fudge - Loves money, and although he tampers with private property, significantly Peter's, in the earlier books, this is because of his youth. Purely going from his love of money: Hospers/Reagan/Paul/Bush
Tootsie - Only two years old in the final book, it's very hard to tell (and I haven't read the books with Tootsie in them in years), so I won't analyze Tootsie.
Grandma Muriel - Seems like a moderate to me, so Nixon/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Cousin Howie - Hawaii park ranger, who's not a fan of TV, junk food, school and pop music to name a few things. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Cousin Eudora - Voice of reason of the "Howie Hatchers", and a bit more conservative than her husband. McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Flora and Fauna - Spolied tween girls, possibly apolitical.
Mini-Farley - Probably apolitical, and not enough is mentioned to give him a leaning.

Other characters
Jimmy Fargo - Son of an actor-turned-artist, most likely left-leaning.McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Sheila Tubman - Would probably go against Peter just to spite him. Nixon/Reagan/Dukakis/Gore
Libby Tubman - Prides herself as being sophisticated, so perhaps a conservative for the most part, with the exception of 1964-style elections. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Tubman - Seem like stereotypical American parents to me. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Frank Fargo - Actor turned artist who lives in SoHo? Definitely a progressive. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Henry Bevelheimer - Intelligent man, would be put off by anti-intellectualism. Hospers/Anderson/Bush/Gore

Might update this later with some of the other characters, namely the Princeton characters in Superfudge.
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« Reply #167 on: December 15, 2013, 07:07:53 pm »
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The Fudge series by Judy Blume - I'll do the elections closest to the four Fudge books (1972, 1980, 1988 and 2000):

Hatcher Family
Warren - Advertising executive, likely conservative. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Anne - A fairly traditional housewife, who later becomes a dental assistant. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Peter - While he's only 9-12 years old in the series, he supports more public transportation in NYC, and is also concerned about air pollution. Doesn't seem to be anti-establishment or rebellious though. McGovern/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Fudge - Loves money, and although he tampers with private property, significantly Peter's, in the earlier books, this is because of his youth. Purely going from his love of money: Hospers/Reagan/Paul/Bush
Tootsie - Only two years old in the final book, it's very hard to tell (and I haven't read the books with Tootsie in them in years), so I won't analyze Tootsie.
Grandma Muriel - Seems like a moderate to me, so Nixon/Anderson/Bush/Gore
Cousin Howie - Hawaii park ranger, who's not a fan of TV, junk food, school and pop music to name a few things. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Cousin Eudora - Voice of reason of the "Howie Hatchers", and a bit more conservative than her husband. McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Flora and Fauna - Spolied tween girls, possibly apolitical.
Mini-Farley - Probably apolitical, and not enough is mentioned to give him a leaning.

Other characters
Jimmy Fargo - Son of an actor-turned-artist, most likely left-leaning.McGovern/Anderson/Dukakis/Gore
Sheila Tubman - Would probably go against Peter just to spite him. Nixon/Reagan/Dukakis/Gore
Libby Tubman - Prides herself as being sophisticated, so perhaps a conservative for the most part, with the exception of 1964-style elections. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Bush
Mr. and Mrs. Tubman - Seem like stereotypical American parents to me. Nixon/Reagan/Bush/Gore
Frank Fargo - Actor turned artist who lives in SoHo? Definitely a progressive. McGovern/Mondale/Dukakis/Nader
Henry Bevelheimer - Intelligent man, would be put off by anti-intellectualism. Hospers/Anderson/Bush/Gore

Might update this later with some of the other characters, namely the Princeton characters in Superfudge.

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« Reply #168 on: December 24, 2013, 11:51:43 am »
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Bruce Wayne: Romney (Part of the 1%)
Peter Parker: Obama (Low class American)
Clark Kent: Ron Paul (Patriot)
Jesus (even though hes real):Rick Santourm
Wonder Woman: Joe Biden (Talks about stuff that mean nothing)
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Frank Underwood - Obama (Party loyalty, although he would have endorsed Edwards in the '08 primary)
Claire Underwood - If she really cares for the environment - Stein. If not, Obama.
Doug Stamper - Obama
Zoe Barnes - Obama
Peter Russo - Obama
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Jetson Bill Clinton
Jane Hilary
Judy Hilary

Spacely Spochets Mitt Romney
Robot Maid Hilary

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Piper Holly Marie Colmes Dem
Page Dem
Phoebe Dem
Prue Shannon Daughtery Mitt Romny

Brian Krause Dem
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« Reply #171 on: April 02, 2014, 01:49:46 am »
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Mad Men

There are few characters that have displayed overt political philosophies, and a number of them which I assume may be a political. Given their residence in New York, their vote narrows it down. Went with '64, and pointless not to include primaries--though that does mean there'd be an NY primary, and I don't believe there was. Tongue 1960 would be interesting as well.
Don Draper: Didn't vote. Seems to be a political.
Bertram Cooper: Goldwater - Ayn Rand fan!
Roger Sterling: Rockefeller - When he hears about Rocky's divorce, he's pretty upset that all they have left is Goldwater.
Peter Campbell: Rockefeller - Comes from money. Only clue.
Peggy Olson: Goldwater - Only one clue with this one, where she says in Season 4 that she'd like to have worked for the Goldwater campaign.
Paul Kinsey: Johnson - Got all "New Left" on us in Season 2 and went to register African-American voters in Mississippi with his African-American girlfriend.
Betty Draper/Francis: Rockefeller - Indicated a preference for Nixon in 1960, plus by Season 4 she's seeing someone working for Rockefeller. Best guess here.
Henry Francis: Rockefeller - Duh! Works for Governor Rockefeller and later "the Congressman", John Lindsay running for Mayor.
Stan Rizzo: Johnson - He worked for the Johnson campaign, of course.

I should do 1960... Also, apparently the most recent season goes up to '68, so maybe we'll see that.


RE: Peggy: In that exact same season 4 scene where she says she would have loved to do ad work for Goldwater, she says she voted for Johnson. And we know in season 1 that she likes Kennedy as he is Catholic. In season 6, she says to her boyfriend Abe (a Eugene McCarthy-ite) "I like Bobby Kennedy..." an episode or two before he is shot. That last one is one of my favorite Peggy line reads. Also, Peggy has a portrait of JFK in her apartment for most of the series. If Mad Men were running for another season, I wouldn't be surprised to see a storyline where Peggy gets involved with Shirley Chisholms campaign as many women in NYC did.

As for Pete, he definitely voted for Nixon in 1960 but in a season 6 scene he says with disdain about his neighbor "He voted for Goldwater" so we can assume Pete voted for Johnson in '64.

I suspect Betty voted for JFK in season 1, but kept it hidden from Don which is the context where she says something about Nixon.

I agree with you about Don, I doubt he voted in 1960. If he did vote in 1964 (which he might have, he was pretty happy that year), he voted Johnson. In the end of season 6, he complains at a bar that Nixon is President, suggesting he doesn't support him. As a veteran Don vehemently opposes the war. I don't think he voted in 1968 either. If he did it was reluctantly for Humphrey.

Roger Sterling definitely voted Nixon in '60 and '68. Not sure what he did in '64.

Bert Cooper has an adorable line read in season 6 where he mischievously says "Nixon's lying in wait," so he definitely supported him in '68.

There's a pretty funny scene in season 6 where Ted Chaugh gets drunk and instigates a conversation about who everybody supports.
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« Reply #172 on: April 02, 2014, 01:39:24 pm »
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Decided to do the 2012 Primary for Republicans with Family Guy, I'll also do 2008.

Peter- Write in: A Cheeseburger
Lois- George Pataki (The most Moderate Republican)
Meg- Buddy Roemer (For the Environment)
Brian- Would not vote/Rick Santorum (Either as a joke or a rubbing off from Rush Limbaugh)
Stewie- Rick Santorum (Obviously)
Chris- See Peter
Quagmire- Newt Gingrich (Bangs a lot of chicks too)
Cleveland- Would Not Vote
Joe- Mitt Romney (Establishment Republican)

And the General:

Peter- Tried to vote but ended up voting for a chair with a turd stuck to it
Lois- Barack Obama (A fairly Liberal member of the family)
Meg- Jill Stein (The Environment)
Brian- Barack Obama (Lied to a girl about meeting him)
Stewie- Virgil Goode (Who else?)
Chris- Did the same as Peter but voted for a Write in of his hat.
Quagmire- Gary Johnson (Porn)
Cleveland- Barack Obama
Joe- Mitt Romney (Again, he's an establishment Republican)
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Lois- George Pataki (The most Moderate Republican)

Did Pataki even run? Anyways Lois might vote Romney considering her family's a wealthy WASP/Boston Brahmin family or Huntsman.

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Stewie- Rick Santorum (Obviously)

Stewie strikes me as a neocon/pro-business Republican, not a hardcore socon (especially considering his possible orientation).

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Cleveland- Would Not Vote
Joe- Mitt Romney (Establishment Republican)

Joe could very well be Democratic even if he's a cop considering he lives in Rhode Island.

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And the General:

Peter- Tried to vote but ended up voting for a chair with a turd stuck to it
Lois- Barack Obama (A fairly Liberal member of the family)
Meg- Jill Stein (The Environment)
Brian- Barack Obama (Lied to a girl about meeting him)
Stewie- Virgil Goode (Who else?)
Chris- Did the same as Peter but voted for a Write in of his hat.
Quagmire- Gary Johnson (Porn)
Cleveland- Barack Obama
Joe- Mitt Romney (Again, he's an establishment Republican)

See above for most of what I said.
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Did Pataki even run? Anyways Lois might vote Romney considering her family's a wealthy WASP/Boston Brahmin family or Huntsman.
It'd probably be a write in of George Pataki, and Huntsman's probably better considering he was mostly Pro SSM, I only put Pataki in because there was no Candidate who was Pro Choice. (Though if we're dealing with Write Ins then we'd be here all day)

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Stewie strikes me as a neocon/pro-business Republican, not a hardcore socon (especially considering his possible orientation).
Well, yeah, Stewie is a very hardcore hawk, and Pro Business is true, but putting him with Santorum fits quite well, even if he is gay, though if not, I don't know who else he'd support.

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Joe could very well be Democratic even if he's a cop considering he lives in Rhode Island.
Well, he is a blue collar cop with a Pregnant Wife and a son who served in Iraq, he sounds like he'd support someone like Romney, regardless of state.

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