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« Reply #25 on: August 05, 2006, 11:15:10 am »
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1904: Roosevelt
1908: Bryan
1912: Roosevelt
1916: Hughes
1920: Cox
1924: La Follette
1928: Smith
1932-44: FDR
1948: Truman
1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson (But wouldn't have minded Ike either)
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Anderson
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis (mainly for Bentsen)
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
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« Reply #26 on: August 11, 2006, 09:46:40 pm »
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1789-George Washington
1792-George Washington
1796-John Adams
1800-John Adams
1804-Thomas Jefferson
1808-James Madison
1812-James Madison
1816-James Monroe
1820-James Monroe
1824-John Quincy Adams
1828-John Quincy Adams
1832-Henry Clay
1836-William Henry Harrison
1840-William Henry Harrison
1844-James K. Polk
1848-Zachary Taylor
1852-Winfield Scot
1856-John Fremont
1860-Abraham Lincoln
1864-Abraham Lincoln
1868-Ulysses S. grant
1872-Ulysses S. Grant
1876-Rutherford B. Hayes
1880-James Garfield
1884-Grover Cleveland
1888-Grover Cleveland
1892-Grover Cleveland
1896-William Mckinley
1900-William Mckinley
1904-Theodore Roosevelt
1908-William Howard Taft
1912-William Howard Taft
1916-Woodrow Wilson
1920-Warren Harding
1924-Calvin Cooldige
1928-Herbert Hoover
1932-Herbert Hoover(would have been happy if FDR had been elected)
1936-Franklin Roosevelt
1940-Franklin Roosevelt
1944-Thomas Dewey (would have been happy if FDR had been reelected.)
1948-Thomas Dewey (would have been happy if Truman had been elected.)
1952-Dwight D. Eisenhower
1956-Dwight D. Eisenhower
1960-John F. Kennedy
1964-Lyndon Johnson
1968-Hubert Humphrey
1972-George Mcgovern
1976-Gerald Ford
1980-Ronald Reagan
1984-Ronald Reagan
1988-George H.W. Bush
1992-George H. W. Bush
1996-Bob Dole
2000-George W. Bush
2004-George W. Bush
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Just for the fun of it, summer 2014 reading: I am taking college courses both in July & did in May. I have read all of the material for those. Besides that I read Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story & the book on Kennedy & Nixon by Chris Matthews both cover to cover & before that One Last Kiss: The Chris Coleman Story. All very informative & entertaining books. I have started Rendevouz With Destiny By Craig Shirley.
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« Reply #27 on: August 12, 2006, 01:27:42 am »
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1789 - Washington (None)
1792 - Washington (None)
1796 - Adams (F)
1800 - Adams (F)
1804 - Jefferson (D-R)
1808 - Madison (D-R)
1812 - Madison (D-R)
1816 - Monroe (D-R)
1820 - Monroe (D-R)
1824 - Clay (D-R)
1828 - Quincy Adams (NR)
1832 - Clay (NR)
1836 - Webster (W)
1840 - Harrison (W)
1844 - Clay (W)
1848 - Taylor (W)
1852 - Hale (FS)
1856 - Fremont (R)
1860 - Lincoln (R)
1864 - Lincoln (R)
1868 - Grant (R)
1872 - Grant (R)
1876 - Tilden (D)
1880 - Garfield (R)
1884 - Cleveland (D)
1888 - Cleveland (D)
1892 - Cleveland (D)
1896 - McKinley (R)
1900 - Bryan (D)
1904 - T. Roosevelt (R)
1908 - Taft (R)
1912 - T Roosevelt (Bull Moose)
1916 - Wilson (D)
1920 - Debs (S)
1924 - LaFollette (P)
1928 - Al Smith (D)
1932 - FDR (D)
1936 - FDR (D)
1940 - FDR (D)
1944 - FDR (D)
1948 - Truman (D)
1952 - Stevenson (D)
1956 - Stevenson (D)
1960 - Kennedy (D)
1964 - Johnson (D)
1968 - Humphrey (D)
1972 - McGovern (D)
1976 - Carter (D)
1980 - Commoner (C)
1984 - Mondale (D)
1988 - Dukakis (D)
1992 - Clinton (D)
1996 - Clinton (D)
2000 - Gore (D)
2004 - Kerry (D)
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« Reply #28 on: August 12, 2006, 10:33:23 am »
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1789: Washington (none)
1792: Washington (none)
1796: Jefferson (D-R)
1800: Jefferson (D-R)
1804: Jefferson (D-R)
1808: Madison (D-R)
1812: Madison (D-R)
1816: Monroe (D-R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1824: Clay (D-R)
1828: Quincy Adams (NR)
1832: Clay (NR)
1836: Harrison (Whig)
1840: Harrison (Whig)
1844: Polk (D)
1848: Cass (D)
1852: Pierce (D)
1856: Fremont (R)
1860: Lincoln (R)
1864: Lincoln (R)
1868: Grant (R)
1872: Grant (R)
1876: Hayes (R)
1880: Garfield (R)
1884: Blaine (R)
1888: B. Harrison (R)
1892: B. Harrison (R)
1896: McKinley (R)
1900: McKinley (R)
1904: T. Roosevelt (R)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: T. Roosevelt (P)
1916: Wilson (D)
1920: Cox (D)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: F. Roosevelt (D)
1936: F. Roosevelt (D)
1940: F. Roosevelt (D)
1944: Dewey (R)
1948: Dewey (R)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Nixon (R)
1964: Johnson (D)
1968: Nixon (R)
1972: Nixon (R)
1976: Ford (R)
1980: Reagan (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1988: G.H.W. Bush (R)
1992: G.H.W. Bush (R)
1996: Dole (R)
2000: G.W. Bush (R)
2004: G.W. Bush (R)

If the 2004 election were held today, however, I would vote for just about anyone else but Bush.
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« Reply #29 on: August 12, 2006, 01:04:32 pm »
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1789 Washington (no party)
1792 Washington (Federalist)
1796 Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1800 Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1804 Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1808 Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1812 Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1816 Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1820 Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1824 Crawford (Democratic)
1828 Adams (National Republican)
1832 Wirt (Anti-Masonic)
1836 Harrison (Whig)
1840 Harrison (Whig)
1844 Polk (Democratic)
1848 Taylor (Whig)
1852 Scott (Whig)
1856 Fillmore (American)
1860 Bell (Constitutional Union)
1864 (no vote)
1868 Seymour (Democratic)
1872 Black (Prohibition)
1876 Cooper (Greenback)
1880 Weaver (Greenback)
1884 St. John (Prohibition)
1888 Fisk (Prohibition)
1892 Weaver (People's)
1896 Levering (Prohibition)
1900 Woolley (Prohibition)
1904 Swallow (Prohibition)
1908 Hisgen (Independence)
1912 Chafin (Prohibition)
1916 Hanly (Prohibition)
1920 Watkins (Prohibition)
1924 Nations (American)
1928 Hoover (Republican)
1932 Harvey (Liberty)
1936 Landon (Republican)
1940 Willkie (Republican)
1944 Watson (Prohibition)
1948 Watson (Prohibition)
1952 MacArthur (Constitution)
1956 Andrews (Constitution)
1960 Byrd (unpledged)
1964 Goldwater (Republican)
1968 Wallace (American Independent)
1972 Schmitz (American)
1976 MacBride (Libertarian)
1980 Clark (Libertarian)
1984 Reagan (Republican)
1988 Paul (Libertarian)
1992 Perot (independent)
1996 Browne (Libertarian)
2000 Browne (Libertarian)
2004 Badnarik (Libertarian)

All votes since 1964 are actual. I really don't remember if I actually voted for Perot in '92 (I know my wife did and I might have voted for Marrou but I think we voted the same).
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« Reply #30 on: August 15, 2006, 04:28:06 pm »
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Hmm, I'll try this again:

2004: Kerry (probably Bush in retrospect)
2000: Gore (unsure in retrospect)
1996: Clinton
1992: Clinton or Bush, but I'll say Clinton
1988: Bush
1984: Protest vote: Libertarian
1980: Reagan (Anderson in retrospect)
1976: Ford
1972: Nixon (still Nixon in retrospect)
1968: Nixon
1964: Johnson
1960: Nixon
1956: Eisenhower
1952: Eisenhower
1948: Truman, but both good candidates
1944: FDR
1940: Wilkie
1936: Landon
1932: FDR (probably Hoover in retrospect)
1928: Hoover
1924: Umm, was there really a difference? I guess Coolidge
1920: Probably Harding (Cox in retrospect)
1916: Hughes, but maybe Wilson
1912: Tough choice, but probably Wilson
1908: Taft
1904: Hmm, another tough choice, but most likely Parker on the economy
1900: Hold my nose and vote for McKinley
1896: Palmer
1892: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1884: Cleveland
1880: Umm, Hancock?
1876: Tilden
1872: Greeley
1868: Grant (stay home in retrospect)
1864: Lincoln
1860: Bell
1856: Fremont
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« Reply #31 on: August 15, 2006, 08:06:12 pm »
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1789: Washington (none)
1792: Washington (none)
1796: Adams (F)
1800: Jefferson (D-R)
1804: Jefferson (D-R)
1808: Madison (D-R)
1812: Madison (D-R)
1816: Monroe (D-R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1824: Jackson (D)
1828: Jackson (D)
1832: Jackson (D)
1836: Van Buren (D)
1840: Van Buren (D)
1844: Polk (D)
1848: Cass (D)
1852: Pierce (D)
1856: Fillmore (American)
1860: Douglas (D)
1864: McClellan (D)
1868: Seymour (D)
1872: O'Conor (Straight-out Democrat)
1876: Tilden (D)
1880: Weaver (Greenback)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1888: Streeter (Union Labor)
1892: Weaver (Populist)
1896: Bryan (Democrat)
1900: Bryan (Democrat)
1904: T. Roosevelt (R)
1908: Bryan
1912: Wilson (D)
1916: Wilson (D)
1920: Cox (D)
1924: Lafollete (R)
1928: Smith (D)
1932: F. Roosevelt (D)
1936: F. Roosevelt (D)
1940: F. Roosevelt (D)
1944: F. Roosevelt (D)
1948: Truman (D)
1952: Stevenson (D)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Kennedy (D)
1964: Johnson (D)
1968: Humphery (D)
1972: Nixon (R)
1976: Carter (D)
1980: Carter (D)
1984: Reagan (R)
1988: Dukakis (D)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D)
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« Reply #32 on: August 16, 2006, 08:20:54 pm »
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1789 GEORGE WASHINGTON
1792 GEORGE WASHINGTON
1796 THOMAS JEFFERSON
1800 THOMAS JEFFERSON
1804 THOMAS JEFFERSON '
1808 JAMES MADISON
1812 JAMES MADISON
1816 JAMES MONROE
1820 JAMES MONROE
1824 ANDREW JACKSON
1828 ANDREW JACKSON
1832 ANDREW JACKSON
1836 W HENRY HARRISON
1840 W HENRY HARRISON
1844 JAMES POLK
1848 ZACHARY TAYLOR
1852 FRANKLIN PIERCE
1856 JOHN FREMONT
1860 ABRHAM LINCOLN
1864 ABRHAM LINCOLN
1868 U.S. GRANT
1872 U.S. GRANT
1876 RUTHERFORD B HAYES
1880 JAMES GARFIELD
1884 GROVER CLEVELAND
1888 BENJAMIN HARRISON
1892 BENJAMIN HARRISON
1896 WILLIAM MCKINLEY
1900 WILLIAM MCKINLEY
1904 THEDORE ROOSELVELT
1908 WILLIAM TAFT
1912 WILLIAM TAFT
1916 WOODROW WILSON
1920 WARREN HARDING
1924 CALVIN COLLEDGE
1928 HERBERT HOOVER
1932 HERBERT HOOVER
1936 ALFRED LANDON
1940 WENDLL WILKIE
1944 THOMAS DEWEY
1948 HARRY TRUMAN
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« Reply #33 on: August 16, 2006, 08:27:10 pm »
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1952 Robert Taft in the primary and Ike in the general
1956 Dwight Eishenhower in the primary and general
1960 Richard Nixon in the primary and general
1964 Barry Goldwater in the primary and general
1968 Richard Nixon in the primary and general
1972 Richard Nixon in the primary and general
1976 Ronald Reagan in the Primary and Ford in the general
1980 Ronald Reagan in the primary and general
1984 Ronald Reagan in the primary and general
1988 George Bush Sr in the primary and general
1992 George Bush Sr in the primary and general
1996 Pat Buchanan in the primay and Bob Dole in the general
2000 Dan Quayle, Gary Bauer, and Alan Keyes in primary George W Bush in General
2004 George W Bush in primary and general
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« Reply #34 on: August 17, 2006, 02:40:02 am »
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1900 - McKinley
1904 - Roosevelt
1908 - Taft
1912 - Roosevelt
1916 - Wilson
1920 - Cox
1924 - Coolidge
1928 - Smith
1932 - Roosevelt
1936 - Roosevelt
1940 - Roosevelt
1944 - Roosevelt
1948 - Truman
1952 - Stevenson
1956 - Stevenson

From here on Primary and General
1960 P - Kennedy G - Kennedy
1964 P - Johnson G - Johnson
1968 P - Kennedy G- Humphrey
1972 P - McCarthy G - Nixon
1976 P - Bayh G - Carter
1980 P - Kennedy G - Carter
1984 P - Glenn G - Mondale
1988 P - Hart G - Dukakis
1992 P - Clinton G - Clinton
1996 P - Clinton G - Clinton
2000 P - Gore G - Gore
2004 P - Edwards G - Kerry
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« Reply #35 on: October 27, 2006, 04:02:29 pm »
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I think I already did this before. I'll make it more interesting by putting in the names of candidates I favored (or would have) who didn't win their party's nomination in the year in question.

2004: Al Gore
2000: Al Gore
1996: Bill Clinton
1992: Mario Cuomo
1988: Mario Cuomo
1984: Walter Mondale
1980: Jimmy Carter (more or less by default)
1976: Hubert Humphrey
1972: Ed Muskie
1968: Robert Kennedy (I know he was dead by the time the election was held, but this is hypothetical anyway, so what the heck.)
1964: Nelson Rockefeller
1960: Adlai Stevenson
1956: Adlai Stevenson
1952: Estes Kefauver
1948: Harry Truman
1944, 1940, 1936, 1932: FDR
1928: Al Smith
1924: Robert LaFollette
1920: James Cox (more or less by default, since everyone who ran that year was mediocre)
1916: Theodore Roosevelt
1912: Theodore Roosevelt
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1892, 1888, 1884: Grover Cleveland
1880: Samuel Tilden
1876: Samuel Tilden
1864, 1860: Abraham Lincoln
1856: probably Fremont
1848: Martin Van Buren
1844: James K. Polk
1840, 1836: Martin Van Buren
1832: Henry Clay
1828, 1824: John Quincy Adams
1820, 1816: James Monroe
1812, 1808: James Madison
1804, 1800, 1796: Thomas Jefferson
1792, 1789: George Washington

In the years I left out, everyone who ran was so mediocre I couldn't figure out who I would have voted for.
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« Reply #36 on: October 30, 2006, 12:49:52 am »
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2004: Bush (R) -more anti-Kerry than pro-Bush
2000: Bush (R)
1996: Dole (R)
1992: Bush (R)
1988: Bush (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1980: Reagan (R) -with much enthusiasm to get rid of the peanut man
1976: Ford (R)
1972: Nixon (R)
1968: Nixon (R)
1964: Johnson (D)
1960: undecided, maybe Kennedy (D)
1956: Ike (R)
1952: Ike (R)
1948: Truman (D)
1944: Roosevelt (D)
1940: "               (D)
1936: "               (D)
1932: "               (D)
1928: Hoover (R)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1920: Harding (R)
1916: Wilson (D)
1912: Wilson (D)


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« Reply #37 on: October 30, 2006, 01:23:48 am »
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I'm not really sure on some, I'm sure I could change my mind on a few of these. I'm assuming I don't vote for minor parties, but I might have in many of these.

Some are clear, like Jefferson was much better than John Adams.

1789. Washington
1792. Washington
1796. Jefferson
1800. Jefferson
1804. Jefferson
1808. Madison
1812. Madison
1816. Monroe
1820. Monroe
1824. John Q. Adams
1828. JQ Adams
1832. Clay
1836. Van Buren
1840. Van Buren
1844. Clay
1848. ?
1852. Scott
1856. Fremont
1860. Lincoln
1864. Lincoln
1868. Grant
1872. Greeley
1876. Hayes (Tilden won)
1880. Garfield
1884. ?
1888. ?
1892. ?
1896. Byran
1900. Bryan
1904. Roosevelt
1908. Byran
1912. Roosevelt
1916. Wilson
1920. Cox
1924. LaFollette
1928-2004. Democrat
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« Reply #38 on: October 30, 2006, 04:18:17 pm »
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1789: Jay (No Party)
1792: Burr (D-R)
1796: Burr (D-R)
1800: Burr (D-R)
1804: Jefferson (D-R)
1808: Madison (D-R)
1812: Madison (D-R)
1816: Monroe (D-R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1824: Jackson (D-R)
1828: Jackson (D)
1832: Jackson (D)
1836: Van Buren (D)
1840: Van Buren (D)
1844: Clay (Whig)
1848: Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Pierce (D)
1856: Fremont (R)
1860: Douglas (D)
1864: Lincoln (R)
1868: Grant (R)
1872: Grant (R)
1876: Tilden (D)
1880: Garfield (R)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1888: Cleveland (D)
1892: Cleveland (D)
1896: McKinley (R)
1900: McKinley (R)
1904: TR (R)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: TR (Progressive)
1916: Wilson (D)
1920: Harding (R)
1924: LaFollette (Progressive)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: FDR (D)
1936: FDR (D)
1940: FDR (D)
1944: FDR (D)
1948: Truman (D)
1952: Stevenson (D)
1956: Stevenson (D)
1960: Kennedy (D)
1964: LBJ (D)
1968: Halstead (Socialist Workers), or write-in McCarthy
1972: McGovern (D)
1976: Carter (D)
1980: Carter (D)
1984: Mondale (D)
1988: Dukakis (D)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D)

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« Reply #39 on: October 30, 2006, 05:10:51 pm »
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1900: McKinley (R)
1904: Roosevelt (R)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: Roosevelt (Progressive)
1916: Wilson (D)
1920: Harding (R)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: FDR (D)
1936: FDR (D)
1940: FDR (D)
1944: FDR (D)
1948: Dewey (R)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Nixon (R)
1964: LBJ (D)
1968: Nixon (R)
1972: Nixon (R)
1976: Carter (D)
1980: Reagan (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1988: Bush (R)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D)

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« Reply #40 on: October 30, 2006, 05:12:10 pm »
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2000 Dan Quayle, Gary Bauer, and Alan Keyes in primary George W Bush in General

Dan Quayle and Alan Keyes? Did you want the Democrats to retain the White House?
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« Reply #41 on: October 30, 2006, 06:08:16 pm »
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1789: Washington (None)
1792: Washington (F, kind of)
1796: Adams (F) (Jefferson in retrospect)
1800: Adams (F) (Jefferson in retrospect)
1804: Jefferson (R)
1808: Madison (R)
1812: Madison (R)
1816: Monroe (R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1824: Adams (D-R)
1828: Adams (R)
1832: Jackson (D)
1836: Webster (W)
1840: Harrison (W)
1844: Polk (D)
1848: Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Scott (W)
1856: Fremont (R)
1860: Bell (Union) (Lincoln in retrospect)
1864: Lincoln (R)
1868: Grant (R) (Write-in someone else in retrospect)
1872: Greeley (LR, D)
1876: Tilden (D)
1880: Hancock (D)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1888: Cleveland (D)
1892: Cleveland (D)
1896: Palmer (Gold Democrat)
1900: McKinley (R)
1904: Parker (D)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: Wilson (D)
1916: Hughes (R) (Wilson in retrospect)
1920: Harding (R) (Cox in retrospect)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: FDR (D)
1936: Landon (R)
1940: Wilkie (R)
1944: FDR (D)
1948: Truman (D)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Nixon (R)
1964: LBJ (D) (Goldwater in retrospect)
1968: Nixon (R) (possibly Humphrey in retrospect)
1972: Nixon (R) (John Hospers in retrospect)
1976: Ford (R)
1980: Reagan (R) (Anderson in retrospect)
1984: Bergland (L)
1988: Bush (R)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D) (possibly Bush in retrospect)
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« Reply #42 on: October 30, 2006, 07:05:46 pm »
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I suppose I'll do mine again... I have nothing better to do.

1789: Washington

1792: Washington

1796: Adams

1800: Jefferson

1804: Jefferson

1808: Madison

1812: Madison

1816: King

1820: Monroe

1824: Crawford

1828: Jackson

1832: Clay

1836: Van Buren

1840: Harrison

1844: Polk

1848: Cass

1852: Scott

1856: Buchanan (Only because he was from PA... Either way, the country was up sh**t creek)

1860: Douglas

1864: Lincoln

1868: Grant

1872: Greeley

1876: Tilden

1880: Hancock

1884: Cleveland

1888: Streeter

1892: Weaver

1896: Bryan

1900: McKinley

1904: Roosevelt

1908: Bryan

1912: Roosevelt

1916: Benson

1920: Christensen

1924: LaFollette

1928: Smith

1932: FDR

1936: FDR

1940: FDR

1944: FDR

1948: Truman

1952: Eisenhower

1956: Stevenson

1960: Kennedy

1964: LBJ

1968: Humphrey

1972: McGovern

1976: Ford

1980: Clark

1984: Mondale

1988: Dukakis

1992: Clinton

1996: Clinton

2000: Gore

2004: Kerry
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1789: Washington (None)
1792: Jefferson (Jeffersonian)
1796: Jefferson (Jeffersonian)
1800: Jefferson (Jeffersonian)
1804: Jefferson (Jeffersonian)
1808: Madison (Jeffersonian)
1812: Clinton (Federalist)
1816: King (Federalist).. I think, maybe only in retrospect.
1820:<no vote>
1824: Jackson (Democratic)\Adams (Jeffersonian).. Unsure.
1828: Jackson (Democratic)
1832: Wirt (Anti-Masonic) in protest.
1836: Van Buren (Democratic)
1840: Van Buren (Democratic)
1844: Birney (Liberty)
1848: Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Parker Hale (Free Soil)
1856: Fremont (Republican)
1860: Douglas (Democratic)
1864: Lincoln (Republican)
1868: Errr... Ehmm.. Probably flee.
1872: O'Connor (Straight out Democratic)
1876: Tilden (Democratic)
1880: Weaver (Greenback Labour)
1884: Cleveland (Democratic)
1888: Cleveland (Democratic)
1892: Cleveland (Democratic) or Weaver (Populist) Depending on state
1896: Palmer (National Democratic)
1900: Bryan (Democratic)
1904: Parker (Democratic)
1908: Hisgen (Independence)
1912: Wilson (Democratic)
1916: <no vote>
1920: Debs (Socialist) in protest.
1924: Lafollete (Progressive)
1928: Mexico again. Or third party.
1932: Harvey (Liberty)
1936: Roosevelt (Democratic)
1940: Wilkie (Republican)
1944: Roosevelt (Democratic)
1948: Wallace (Progressive)
1952: Hallinan (Progressive)
1956: Andrews (States Rights) In protest.
1960: Kennedy (Democratic)
1964: Worst Choices Ever
1968: Gregory (Peace and Freedom)
1972: McGovern (Democratic)
1976: McCarthy (Independant)
1980: Clark (Libertarian) Or maybe Anderson..
1984: Berglund (Libertarian)
1988: McCarthy (Consumer) Or maybe Ron Paul..
1992: Perot (Independant)
1996: Nader (Green)
2000: Browne (Libertarian)
2004: Cobb (Green)

To Be honest this isn't really a party in American History which has come to close to my progressive-Enviormentalist Libertarian views. That's why the Greens and the Libs are interchangable for me despite widely different platforms. My opposition to Imperialism prevents me from voting "R" - especially after WWII. While the centralizing and corrupt nature of the Whigs and it's offspring - the Republicans in the 19th century warns me against them.
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1789: Washington (None)
1792: Washington (F, kind of)
1796: Adams (F) (Jefferson in retrospect)
1800: Adams (F) (Jefferson in retrospect)
1804: Jefferson (R)
1808: Madison (R)
1812: Madison (R)
1816: Monroe (R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1824: Adams (D-R)
1828: Adams (R)
1832: Jackson (D)
1836: Webster (W)
1840: Harrison (W)
1844: Polk (D)
1848: Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Scott (W)
1856: Fremont (R)
1860: Bell (Union) (Lincoln in retrospect)
1864: Lincoln (R)
1868: Grant (R) (Write-in someone else in retrospect)
1872: Greeley (LR, D)
1876: Tilden (D)
1880: Hancock (D)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1888: Cleveland (D)
1892: Cleveland (D)
1896: Palmer (Gold Democrat)
1900: McKinley (R)
1904: Roosevelt (R)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: Wilson (D)
1916: Hughes (R) (Wilson in retrospect)
1920: Harding (R) (Cox in retrospect)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: FDR (D)
1936: FDR (D)
1940: Wilkie (R)
1944: FDR (D)
1948: Truman (D)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Nixon (R)
1964: LBJ (D)
1968: Nixon (R) (possibly Humphrey in retrospect)
1972: Nixon (R) (John Hospers in retrospect)
1976: Ford (R)
1980: Anderson (I)
1984: Mondale (only as a protest to Reagan, if it were close, I'd probably vote Reagan)
1988: Bush (R)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D) (possibly Bush in retrospect)
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With hindsight:

2004: Badnarik (L)
2000: Bush (R)
1996: Clinton (D)
1992: Bush (R)
1988: Bush (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1980: Reagan (R)
1976: Ford (R)
1972: Nixon (R)
1968: Nixon (R)
1964: Goldwater (R)
1960: Nixon (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1948: Truman (D)
1944: Thomas Dewey (R)
1940: Willkie (R)
1936: Landon (R)
1932: Hoover (R)
1928: Hoover (R)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1920: Cox (D)
1916: Wilson (D)
1912: Wilson (D)
1908: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1904: Roosevelt (R)
1900: McKinley (R)
1896: McKinley (R)
1892: Cleveland (D)
1888: Cleveland (D)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1880: Garfield (R)
1876: Hayes (R)
1872: Grant (R)
1868: Grant (R)
1864: Lincoln (R)
1860: Lincoln (R)
1856: Frémont (R)
1852: Scott (W)
1848: Taylor (W)
1844: Clay (W)
1840: Harrison (W)
1836: Harrison (W)
1832: Clay (R)
1828: Jackson (D)
1824: Clay (D-R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1816: Monroe (D-R)
1812: Madison (D-R)
1808: Madison (D-R)
1804: Jefferson (D-R)
1800: Jefferson (D-R)
1796: Jefferson (D-R)
1792: Jefferson (D-R)*
1789: Washington (N/A)
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Despite my long previous there are very few times in American history I would have voted for a major party Candidate. Those are:

1972: McGovern (Democratic)
1932: Roosevelt (Democratic)
1900: Bryan (Democratic) Only as a STOP MCKINLEY drive.
1888: Cleveland (Democratic)
1884: Cleveland (Democratic)
1864: Lincoln (Republican)
And all the times Jefferson ran.
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1789: Jay (No Party)
1792: Burr (D-R)
1796: Burr (D-R)
1800: Burr (D-R)
1804: Jefferson (D-R)
1808: Madison (D-R)
1812: Madison (D-R)
1816: Monroe (D-R)
1820: Monroe (D-R)
1824: Jackson (D-R)
1828: Jackson (D)
1832: Jackson (D)
1836: Van Buren (D)
1840: Van Buren (D)
1844: Clay (Whig)
1848: Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Pierce (D)
1856: Fremont (R)
1860: Douglas (D)
1864: Lincoln (R)
1868: Grant (R)
1872: Grant (R)
1876: Hayes (R)
1880: Garfield (R)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1888: Cleveland (D)
1892: Cleveland (D)
1896: McKinley (R)
1900: McKinley (R)
1904: TR (R)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: TR (Progressive)
1916: Wilson (D)
1920: Harding (R)
1924: LaFollette (Progressive)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: Foster (Communist)
1936: FDR (D)
1940: FDR (D)
1944: FDR (D)
1948: Truman (D)
1952: Stevenson (D)
1956: Stevenson (D)
1960: Kennedy (D)
1964: LBJ (D)
1968: Halstead (Socialist Workers)
1972: McGovern (D)
1976: Carter (D)
1980: Carter (D)
1984: Mondale (D)
1988: Dukakis (D)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D)
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...in every election from 1904-2004 (in both primary and general from 1952-2004).

1904: TR
1908: Taft (lesser of to evils)
1912:TR
1916: Huges (Wilson origenally opposed entrey to WWI and was a rascist)
1920: Cox (reluctently)
1924: Lafoulltte (lesser of three evils)
1928: Hoover (a good person, denounced attacks on Smith's realigion)
1932-1944: FDR
1948: Truman
1952: P:Kefaufer, G: Adali (reluctently)
1956: same as 52
1960: P: Humphrey, G:Kennedy
1964: G: LBJ (By the way Goldwater voted against the civil rights act, I forget which one .
1968: P: Kennedy, G: HHH
1972: P: Muskie, G: McGovern
1976: P: Udall, G: Carter
1980: P: Kennedy, G: Carter
1984: P: Mondale, G: Mondale
1988: P: Babbit, G: Dukakis
1992: P: Harkin, G: Clinton
1996: G: Clinton
2000: P: Bradley, G: AL
2004: P: Clark, G: Kerry (NOT BUSH) 

1932

1904: Roosevelt
1908: Taft
1912: Taft
1916: Hughes
1920: Harding
1924: Cooldige
1928: Hoover
1932: Hoover
1936: Roosevelt, reluctantly
1940: Roosevelt
1944: Dewey
1948: Truman
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon
1964: tossup but probablly Goldwater
1968: Humphrey
1972: Nixon, reluctantly
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
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« Reply #49 on: March 20, 2007, 01:40:51 pm »
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I've done this about twenty times, but oh well.

1904: Debs (S)
1908: Debs (S)
1912: Debs (S)
1916: Benson (S)
1920: Debs (S)
1924: LaFollette (P)
1928: Smith (D)
1932: Thomas (S)
1936: Roosevelt (D)
1940: Roosevelt (D)
1944: Roosevelt (D)
1948: Wallace (P)
1952: Stevenson (D)
1956: Stevenson (D)
1960: Kennedy (D)
1964: Johnson (D)
1968: Humphrey (D) [Kennedy in the primary]
1972: McGovern (D)
1976: McCarthy (I) [Church in the primary]
1980: Anderson (I) [Kennedy in the primary]
1984: Mondale (D)
1988: Dukakis (D)
1992: Clinton (D) [Kerrey in the primary]
1996: Nader (I)
2000: Nader (G) [Bradley in the primary]
2004: Kerry (D) [Dean in the primary]

Brackets indicate primaries in which I oppose the nominee. I'm on the fence with a few of these (namely 1992, 2000, and 2004), and change my preference depending on mood.
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