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« Reply #625 on: February 02, 2012, 09:10:47 am »
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1789: George Washington (I)
1792: George Washington (I)
1796: Thomas Jefferson (D-R)
1800: Thomas Jefferson (D-R)
1804: Thomas Jefferson (D-R)
1808: James Madison (D-R)
1812: James Madison (D-R)
1816: Rufus King (F)
1820: James Monroe (D-R)
1824: Henry Clay (D-R)
1828: John Quincy Adams (NR)
1832: William Wirt (A-MP)
1836: Martin Van Buren (D)
1840: William Henry Harrison (W)
1844: Henry Clay (W)
1848: Martin Van Buren (FS)
1852: Winfield Scott (W)
1856: John C Fremont (R)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (R)
1868: Ulysses S Grant (R)
1872: Ulysses S Grant (R)
1876: Samuel J Tilden (D)
1880: James A Garfield (R)
1884: Grover Cleveland (D)
1888: Grover Cleveland (D)
1892: James B Weaver (Po)
1896: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1900: William McKinley (R)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R)
1908: William Howard Taft (R)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (Pr)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (D)
1920: Warren G Harding (R)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (R)
1928: Al Smith (D)
1932: Franklin D Roosevelt (D)
1936: Franklin D Roosevelt (D)
1940: Franklin D Roosevelt (D)
1944: Franklin D Roosevelt (D)
1948: Harry S Truman (D)
1952: Adlai Stevenson (D)
1956: Adlai Stevenson (D)
1960: Richard Nixon (R)
1964: Lyndon B Johnson (D)
1968: Richard Nixon (R)
1972: George McGovern (D)
1976: Jimmy Carter (D)
1980: Jimmy Carter (D)
1984: Walter Mondale (D)
1988: Michael Dukakis (D)
1992: Bill Clinton (D)
1996: Bill Clinton (D)
2000: Al Gore (D)
2004: John Kerry (D)
2008: Barack Obama (D)
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« Reply #626 on: February 07, 2012, 10:06:03 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: Henry Clay
1828: John Q. Adams
1832: Henry Clay
1836: Martin Van Buren
1840: Martin Van Buren
1844: Henry Clay
1848: Martin Van Buren
1852: Winfield Scott
1856: John C. Fremont
1860: Abraham Lincoln
1864: Abraham Lincoln
1868: Ulysses S. Grant
1872: Ulysses S. Grant
1876: Rutherford B. Hayes
1880: James A. Garfield
1884: Grover Cleveland
1888: Grover Cleveland
1892: Grover Cleveland
1896: William McKinley
1900: William McKinley
1904: Theodore Roosevelt
1908: William H. Taft
1912: Theodore Roosevelt
1916: Charles E. Hughes
1920: Warren G. Harding
1924: Calvin Coolidge
1928: Herbert Hoover
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1948: Harry S. Truman
1952: Adlai E. Stevenson
1956: Adlai E. Stevenson
1960: Richard M. Nixon
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson
1968: Richard M. Nixon
1972: Richard M. Nixon
1976: Gerald R. Ford
1980: Jimmy Carter
1984: Walter F. Mondale
1988: Michael S. Dukakis
1992: George H.W.Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: Al Gore
2004: John F. Kerry
2008: Barack H. Obama
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« Reply #627 on: February 12, 2012, 09:51:25 am »
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General
1932: Roosevelt (D)
1936: Roosevelt (D)
1940: Roosevelt (D)
1944: Roosevelt (D)
1948: Dewey (R)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Kennedy (D)
1964: Tossup, probably Goldwater (R)
1968: Nixon (R)
1972: Nixon (R)
1976: Ford (R)
1980: Reagan (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1988: Bush (R)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Kerry (D)
2008: Obama (D)
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« Reply #628 on: February 29, 2012, 10:44:38 pm »
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1952- Eisenhower
1956- Eisenhower
1960- Nixon
1964- Goldwater
1968- Wallace
1972- Nixon
1976- Carter
1980- Reagan
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush
1996- Clinton
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney

Democratic Primaries:

1952- Russell Jr.
1956- Stevenson
1960- Smathers
1964- Johnson
1968- Smathers
1972- Wallace
1976- Carter
1980- Carter
1984- Hart
1988- Dukakis



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« Reply #629 on: February 29, 2012, 10:49:49 pm »
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1952- Eisenhower
1956- Eisenhower
1960- Nixon
1964- Goldwater
1968- Wallace
1972- Nixon
1976- Carter
1980- Reagan
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush
1996- Clinton
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney

Republican Primaries

1952- Eisenhower
1956- Eisenhower
1960- Nixon
1964- Goldwater
1968- Nixon
1972- Nixon
1976- Ford
1980- Reagan
1984- Reagan
1988- Bush
1992- Bush
1996- Dole
2000- Bush
2004- Bush
2008- McCain
2012- Romney

Democratic Primaries

1952- Russell Jr.
1956- Stevenson
1960- Kennedy
1964- Johnson
1968- Wallace
1972- Wallace
1976- Carter
1980- Carter
1984- Hart
1988- Dukakis
1992- Clinton
1996- Clinton
2000- Gore
2004- Leiberman
2008- Clinton
2012- well Obama
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« Reply #630 on: March 17, 2012, 09:20:49 am »
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Updated!

1789: George Washington (I)
1792: George Washington (I)
1796: Thomas Jefferson (DR)
1800: Thomas Jefferson (DR)
1804: Thomas Jefferson (DR)
1808: James Madison (DR)
1812: James Madison (DR)
1816: James Monroe (DR)
1820: James Monroe (DR)
1824: Henry Clay (DR)

1828: John Q. Adams (NR) * I don't like Jackson...
1832: Henry Clay (NR)

1836: William Harrison (W)
1840: William Harrison (W)

1844: James K. Polk (D)
1848: Zachary Taylor (W)
1852: Winfield Scott (W)

1856: John Fremont (R)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (R)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1876: Rutherford Hayes (R)
1880: James Garfield (R)

1884: Grover Cleveland (D)
1888: Grover Cleveland (D)
1892: Grover Cleveland (D)

1896: William McKinley (R)
1900: William McKinley (R)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R)
1908: William Taft (R)
1912: William Taft (R)

1916: Charles E. Hughes (R)
1920: Warren Harding (R)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (R)

1928: Al Smith (D)
1932: Herbert Hoover (R)
1936: Alf Landon (R)
1940: Wendell Willkie (R)
1944: Thomas Dewey (R)

1948: Harry Truman (D)
1952: Dwight Eisenhower (R)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (R)

1960: Richard Nixon (R)
1964: Barry Goldwater (R)
1968: Richard Nixon (R)
1972: Richard Nixon (R)
1976: Gerald Ford (R)
1980: Ronald W. Reagan (R)
1984: Ronald W. Reagan (R)
1988: George H.W. Bush (R)
1992: George H.W. Bush (R)
1996: Bob Dole (R)
2000: George W. Bush (R)
2004: George W. Bush (R)
2008: John McCain (R)

2012: Most likely GOP Nominee

Primaries:

GOP:
1968: Reagan
1976: Reagan
1980: Reagan
1988: Kemp
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2008: Brownback or Huckabee (Ironically, though, I supported Mitt Romney in 2008)
2012: Santorum

Only thing I really changed was 1912 (from Teddy to Taft).
And JFK to Nixon 1960
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« Reply #631 on: March 21, 2012, 09:30:45 am »
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1789 : WASHINGTON
1792 : WASHINGTON
1796 : ADAMS
1800 : ADAMS
1804 : PINCKNEY
1808 : PINCKNEY
1812 : De.CLINTON
1816 : KING
1820 : J.Q. ADAMS
1824 : J.Q. ADAMS
1828 : J.Q. ADAMS
1832 : WIRT
1836 : don't know
1840 : don't know
1844 : don't know
1848 : don't know
1852 : don't know
1856 : don't know
1860 : LINCOLN (if I lived in the north only)
1864 : LINCOLN
1868 : SEYMOUR
1872 : GREELEY
1876 : COOPER
1880 : WEAVER
1884 : BUTLER
1888 : don't know
1892 : WEAVER
1896 : BRYAN
1900 : BRYAN
1904 : WATSON
1908 : BRYAN
1912 : T.ROOSEVELT
1916 : HUGUES
1920 : CHRISTIANSEN
1924 : LA FOLETTE
1928 : abst.
1932 : F.ROOSEVELT
1936 : F.ROOSEVELT
1940 : WILKIE
1944 : DEWEY
1948 : H.WALLACE
1952 : EISENHOWER
1956 : EISENHOWER
1960 : NIXON
1964 : JOHNSON
1968 : NIXON
1972 : NIXON
1976 : abst.
1980 : CARTER
1984 : MONDALE
1988 : PAUL
1992 : PEROT
1996 : PEROT
2000 : BUCHANAN
2004 : NADER
2008 : BALDWIN
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« Reply #632 on: March 21, 2012, 12:31:39 pm »
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1789: George Washington (I)
1792: George Washington (I)

1796: Thomas Jefferson (DR)
1800: Thomas Jefferson (DR)
1804: Thomas Jefferson (DR)
1808: James Madison (DR)
1812: James Madison (DR)
1816: James Monroe (DR)
1820: James Monroe (DR)
1824: Henry Clay (DR)

1828: John Q. Adams (NR)
1832: Henry Clay (NR)
1836: Daniel Webster (W)
1840: William Harrison (W)
1844: Henry Clay (W)

1848: Martin van Buren (FS)
1852: Winfield Scott (W)
1856: John Fremont (R)
1860: Abraham Linclon (R)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (NU)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1876: Rutherford Hayes (R)
1880: James Garfield (R)

1884: Grover Cleveland (D)
1888: Grover Cleveland (D)

1892: James B. Weaver (P)
1896: William J. Bryan (D)
1900: William J. Bryan (D)

1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R)
1908: William J. Bryan (D)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (P)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (D)
1920: James M. Cox (D)

1924: Robert M. La Follette (P)
1928: Al Smith (D)
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)
1948: Harry Truman (D)

1952: Dwight Eisenhower (R)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (R)

1960: John F. Kennedy (D)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (D)
1968: Hubert H. Humphrey (D)
1972: George McGovern (D)
1976: Jimmy Carter (D)
1980: Jimmy Carter (D)
1984: Walter Mondale (D)
1988: Michael Dukakis (D)

1992: Ross Perot (I)
1996: Bill Clinton (D)
2000: Al Gore (D)
2004: John Kerry (D)
2008: Barack Obama (D)
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My votes reflect only which candidates were on the ballot in Kentucky at the time of the election.

1824: Henry Clay (Republican)
1828: John Quincy Adams (National Republican)
1832: Henry Clay (National Republican)
1836: William Henry Harrison (Whig)
1840: William Henry Harrison (Whig)
1844: Henry Clay (Whig)
1848: Zachary Taylor (Whig)
1852: Winfield Scott (Whig)
1856: James Buchanan (Democrat)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (National Union)
1868: Ulysses Grant (Republican)
1872: Ulysses Grant (Republican)
1876: Rutherford Hayes (Republican)
1880: James Weaver (Greenback)
1884: Benjamin Butler (Greenback)
1888: Benjamin Harrison (Republican)
1892: James Weaver (Populist)
1896: William McKinley (Republican)
1900: William Jennings Bryan (Democrat)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1908: William Howard Taft (Republican)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (Democrat)
1920: James Cox (Democrat)
1924: Robert La Follette (Progressive)
1928: Al Smith (Democrat)
1932: Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat)
1936: Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat)
1940: Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat)
1944: Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat)
1948: Harry Truman (Democrat)
1952: Adlai Stevenson (Democrat)
1956: Adlai Stevenson (Democrat)
1960: John Kennedy (Democrat)
1964: Lyndon Johnson (Democrat)
1968: Hubert Humphrey (Democrat)
1972: George McGovern (Democrat)
1976: Jimmy Carter (Democrat)
1980: Jimmy Carter (Democrat)
1984: Walter Mondale (Democrat)
1988: Michael Dukakis (Democrat)
1992: Bill Clinton (Democrat)
1996: Bill Clinton (Democrat)
2000: Al Gore (Democrat)
2004: John Kerry (Democrat)
2008: Barack Obama (Democrat)
2012: Barack Obama (Democrat)


Democratic primaries since 1972
1972: Hubert Humphrey
1976: Henry Jackson
1980: Ted Kennedy
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Dick Gephardt
1992: Tom Harkin
2000: Al Gore
2004: Dick Gephardt
2008: John Edwards

Republican primaries since 1972
1972: Pete McCloskey
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: John Anderson
1988: George Bush
1992: George Bush
1996: Arlen Specter
2000: John McCain
2008: Rudy Giuliani
2012: Jon Huntsman
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« Reply #634 on: March 22, 2012, 01:36:48 pm »
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Note: Taking into consideration the campaigns of the candidates and without hindsight of future.

1789: George Washington (Independent-Virginia)/George Clinton (Anti Federalist-New York)
1792: George Washington (Independent-Virginia)/George Clinton (Democratic Republican-New York)
1796: Aaron Burr (Democratic Republican-New York)/Thomas Jefferson (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1800: Aaron Burr (Democratic Republican-New York)/Thomas Jefferson (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1804: Thomas Jefferson (Democratic Republican-Virginia)/George Clinton (Democratic Republican-New York)
1808: George Clinton (Democratic Republican-New York)/James Monroe (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1812: DeWitt Clinton (Anti War Republican-New York)/Eldbridge Gerry (Democratic Republican-Massachusetts)
1816: James Monroe (Democratic Republican-Virginia)/Daniel D. Tompkins (Democratic Republican-New York)
1820: James Monroe (Democratic Republican-Virginia)/Daniel D. Tompkins (Democratic Republican-New York)
1824: William Crawford (Democratic Republican-Georgia)/Nathaniel Macon (Democratic Republican-North Carolina)

1828: Andrew Jackson (Democratic-Tennessee)/John Calhoun (Democratic-South Carolina)*
1832: William Wirt (Anti Masonic-Maryland)/Amos Ellmaker (Anti Masonic-Pennsylvania)
1836: William H. Harrison (Whig-Ohio)/Francis Granger (Whig-New York)
1840: William H. Harrison (Whig-Ohio)/John Tyler (Whig-Virginia)

1844: James G. Birney (Liberty-New York)/Thomas Morris (Liberty-Ohio)
1848: Martin Van Buren (Free Soil-New York)/Charles F. Adams (Free Soil-Massachusetts)
1852: John Hale (Free Soil-New Hampshire)/George Julian (Free Soil-Indiana)

1856: John Freemont (Republican-California)/John L. Dayton (Republican-New Jersey)
1860: Stephen A. Douglas (Democratic-Illinois)/Herschel A. Johnson (Democratic-Georgia)*
1864: George B. McClellan (Democratic-New Jersey)/George Pendleton (Democratic-Ohio)
1868: Horatio A. Seymour (Democratic-New York)/Francis Blair, Jr. (Democratic-Missouri)

1872: Horace Greeley (Liberal Republican-New York)/B. Gratz Brown (Liberal Republican-Missouri)
1876: Samuel Tilden (Democratic-New York)/Thomas A. Hendricks (Democratic-Indiana)
1880: Winfield Hancock (Democratic-Pennsylvania)/William English (Democratic-Indiana)
1884: Grover Cleveland (Democratic-New York)/Thomas A. Hendricks (Democratic-Indiana)
1888: Grover Cleveland (Democratic-New York)/Allen Thurman (Democratic-Ohio)
1892: Grover Cleveland (Democratic-New York)/Adlai Stevenson (Democratic-Illinois)

1896: John M. Palmer (Gold Democratic-Illinois)/Simon B. Buckner (Gold Democratic-Kentucky)
1900: William J. Bryan (Democratic-Nebraska)/Adlai Stevenson (Democratic-Illinois)*
1904: Alton B. Parker (Democratic-New York)/Henry Davis (Democratic-West Virginia)
1908: William J. Bryan (Democratic-Nebraska)/John Kern (Democratic-Indiana)*
1912: Woodrow Wilson (Democratic-New Jersey)/Thomas Marshall (Democratic-Indiana)**

1916: Charles E. Hughes (Republican-New York)/Charles Fairbanks (Republican-Indiana)
1920: Warren G. Harding (Republican-Ohio)/Calvin Coolidge (Republican-Massachusetts)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (Republican-Massachusetts)/Charles Dawes (Republican-Illinois)

1928: Alfred E. Smith (Democratic-New York)/Joseph T. Robinson (Democratic-Arkansas)
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic-New York)/John Garner (Democratic-Texas)**

1936: Alfred Landon (Republican-Kansas)/Frank Knox (Republican-Illinois)*
1940: Wendell Willkie (Republican-New York)/Charles McNary (Republican-Oregon)**

1944: Write-in: Alcohol (Colorado)/Marijuana (Oregon)
1948: Write-in: Mickey Mouse (Disney-California)/George Bailey (Sanity-New York)
1952: Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower (Republican-New York)/Richard Nixon (Republican-California)
1956: Adlai E. Stevenson (Democratic-Illinois)/Estes Kefauver (Democratic-Tennessee)*
1960: John F. Kennedy (Democratic-Massachusetts)/Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic-Texas)**

1964: Barry M. Goldwater (Republican-Arizona)/William Miller (Republican-New York)
1968: Dick Gregory (Peace and Freedom-Missouri)/Mark Lane (Peace and Freedom-New York)
1972: George McGovern (Democratic-South Dakota)/Sargent Shriver (Democratic-Maryland)
1976: James Carter (Democratic-Georgia)/Walter Mondale (Democratic-Minnesota)

1980: Ed Clark (Libertarian-California)/David H. Koch (Libertarian-Kansas)
1984: David Bergland (Libertarian-California)/Jim Lewis (Libertarian-Connecticut)
1988: Ron Paul (Libertarian-Texas)/Andre V. Marrou (Libertarian-Alaska)
1992: Andre V. Marrou (Libertarian-Alaska)/Nancy Lord (Libertarian-Nevada)
1996: Harry Browne (Libertarian-Tennessee)/Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian-South Carolina)

2000: Write-in: Ronald McDonald (Missouri)/Mickey Mouse (California)
2004: Michael Badnarik (Libertarian-Texas)/Richard Campagna (Libertarian-Iowa)
2008: Write-in Ron Paul (Texas)/Steve Kubby (California)

NOTES:
*Lesser evil
**Barely lesser evil, but still lesser........until the next year when it turns out this guy is WAAYY over his head.
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1848: cc Z Taylor/cc M Fillmore
1852: cc Winfield Scott
1856: cc Fremont
1860: cc Lincoln
1864: cc Lincoln/P A Johnson
1868: cc Grant
1872: cc Grant
1876: cc Hayes
1880: cc Garfield
1884: cc Blaine
1888, 1892: cc Harrison
1896, 1900: T McKinley/cc T Roosevelt
1904: cc Teddy
1908: T Taft
1912: cc Teddy
1916: cc Hughes
1920: T Harding
1924: cc Coolidge

1928: S Alfred Smith
1932-1944: S Frankie
1948: S Truman
1952, 1956 S Stevenson
1960: S JFK
1964: S LBJ
1968: S HHH
1972: S McGovern
1976: P Carter
Primaries
1980: S Teddy
1984: P Hart
1988: S Jesse Jackson
1992: S Psongus or Jerry Brown
2000: S Bill Bradley
2004: S J f Kerry
2008: S Clinton
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« Reply #636 on: March 22, 2012, 03:35:15 pm »
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General Elections

1900: William McKinley (Republican)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1908: Eugene Debs (Socialist)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)
1916: Charles Evans Hughes (Republican)
1920: Eugene Debs (Socialist)
1924: Robert La Follette (Progressive)
1928: Norman Thomas (Socialist)
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1940: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1948: Harry Truman (Democratic)

1952: Dwight Eisenhower (Republican)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (Republican)

1960: John F. Kennedy (Democratic)
1964: Lyndon Johnson (Democratic)
1968: Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)

1972: Richard Nixon (Republican)
1976: Jimmy Carter (Democratic)
1980: John B. Anderson (Independent)
1984: Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1988: George H.W. Bush (Republican)

1992: Bill Clinton (Democratic)
1996: Bill Clinton (Democratic)

2000: Ralph Nader (Green)
2004: John Kerry (Democratic)
2008: Barack Obama (Democratic)
2012: Barack Obama (Democratic)


Democratic Primaries
1960: Hubert Humphrey
1964: Lyndon Johnson
1968: Eugene McCarthy
1972: Hubert Humphrey
1976: Frank Church
1980: Ted Kennedy
1984: Gary Hart
1988: Mario Cuomo (write in)
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Bill Bradley
2004: Wesley Clark
2008: Hillary Clinton
2012: Barack Obama


Republican Primaries
1960: Richard Nixon
1964: Nelson Rockefeller
1968: Nelson Rockefeller
1972: Richard Nixon
1976: Gerald Ford
1980: John B. Anderson
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George H.W. Bush
1992: George H.W. Bush
1996: Bob Dole
2000: John McCain
2004: George W. Bush
2008: Rudy Giuliani
2012: Gary Johnson
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« Reply #637 on: March 22, 2012, 05:27:39 pm »
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This is who I would vote for in every 20th century election based on my perspective as a progressive 22 year old. And I'm not going to pretend that I would vote third party every other election because this is hypothetical and it makes me look deep. I don't believe in throwing my vote away.

1900- McKinley (turned off by Bryan's populist rhetoric)
1904- Roosevelt (continuation of McKinley's legacy)
1908- Taft

1912- Roosevelt (disappointed with Taft, distrust of Wilson)
1916- Wilson (Rally around the flag vote)
1920- Cox (probably swayed by Roosevelt as VP)

1924- Coolidge (continuation of prosperity)
1928- Smith (I can see myself being turned off by the Catholic discrimination and vote for him in protest)
1932- Roosevelt (duh, this would probably be the start of my transition from Rep leaning to Dem leaning)
1936- Roosevelt
1940- Roosevelt (rally around the flag vote)
1944- Roosevelt (at this point, probably getting tired of him but I'd begrudgingly vote for him)
1948- Truman (undecided though, probably until a few days before election)

1952- Eisenhower (Time for a change)
1956- Eisenhower

1960- Kennedy (impressed by his youth)
1964- Johnson (Goldwater would have scared me)
1968- Humphrey (reluctant vote, probably unhappy with the Dem party but turned off by Nixon's silent majority argument)
1972- McGovern (probably not super jazzed about him, but I can see myself having a deep mistrust of Nixon)
1976- Carter (I'm a Georgia boy!)
1980- Carter

1984- Reagan (despite my beliefs, I find Reagan very endearing. Would vote for him but tell people I went for Mondale)
1988- Dukakis (would vote for him twice if I could because of my disgust with the Bush campaign)
1992- Clinton all the way
1996- Clinton
2000- Gore


And for the record, 1912 wouldn't be throwing my vote away. Roosevelt in the Bull Moose party is probably the strongest third party candidacy we've had in the 20th century

Primaries since 1960

1960- Initially support Johnson but eventually swayed by Kennedy's charms
1968-Bobby Kennedy (like JFK but more open with his liberalism and less hanky panky)
1972-Probably Muskie
1976-Carter (again, hometown hero)
1980- Maybe I would give a few glances toward Kennedy but ultimately stand by Carter
1984- Hart (This was before the monkey business scandal and he was one of the first high profile dems to represent what the dem coalition has become. Mondale was a relic of new deal politics)
1988- Definitely David Duke- kidding. Either Gore or Dukakis.
1992- Initially support Jerry Brown but would eventually realize that the party needed Clinton to help make inroads in the south
2000-Gore
2004-Edwards (PLEASE NOTE: This was before he was exposed as an evil human being)
2008-Obama (and this is NOT hypothetical)
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« Reply #638 on: April 27, 2012, 01:17:04 am »
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Might as well go the whole nine yards. Some of these will suffer from lack of knowledge, though.

1789: Washington (I)
1792: Jefferson (D-R)
1796: Jefferson (D-R)
1800: Jefferson (D-R)
1804: Jefferson (D-R)
1808: Madison (D-R)
1812: Clinton (F)
1816: Monroe (D-R)
1820: Adams (D-R)
1824: Crawford (D-R)
1828: Adams (R)
1832: Floyd (N) or Wirt (A-M)
1836: Daniel Webster (W)
1840: Birney (L)
1844: Birney (L)
1848: Smith (L)
1852: Hale (FS)
1856: Buchanan (D)
1860: Bell (CU)
1864: McClellan (D)
1868: Seymour (D)
1872: Greeley (L-R)
1876: Tilden (D)
1880: Garfield (R)
1884: Cleveland (D)
1888: Cleveland (D)
1892: Cleveland (D)
1896: McKinley (R)
1900: Debs (S)
1904: Parker (D)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: Taft (R)
1916: Hughes (R)
1920: Harding (R)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1928: Smith (D)
1932: Roosevelt (D)
1936: Landon (R)
1940: Willkie (R)
1944: Dewey (R)
1948: Dewey (R)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Nixon (R)
1964: Goldwater (R)
1968: Nixon (R)
1972: McGovern (D)
1976: Ford (R)
1980: Anderson (I)
1984: Bergland (L)
1988: Paul (L)
1992: Perot (I)
1996: Browne (L)
2000: Browne (L)
2004: Badnarik (L)
2008: Baldwin (C)

Primaries:

1952: Taft
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Morse
1964: Goldwater
1968: McCarthy
1972: McGovern
1976: Ford
1980: Anderson
1984: McGovern
1988: Kemp
1992: Tsongas
1996: Forbes
2000: Bradley
2004: Dean
2008: Paul
2012: Paul

To be edited tomorrow for gubernatorial/senate elections.
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« Reply #639 on: April 27, 2012, 01:58:30 am »
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1896: McKinley (R)
1900: Debs (S)
1904: Parker (D)
1908: Taft (R)
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1968: Nixon (R)
1972: McGovern (D)
1976: Ford (R)
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2004: Badnarik (L)
2008: Baldwin (C)

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« Reply #640 on: April 27, 2012, 09:43:34 am »
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Yes.

Some of these are admittedly strange, though that is because I did the list without hindsight, so a lot of that would have been voting on my own perceptions and the campaigning styles.
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1789-1820 non competetive open I would have been a Whig
1824 cc John Q Adams/cc John Calhoun
1828 cc John Q Adams/Richard Rush
1832 cc Henry Clay/ cc Sergent
1836 cc William Harrison/cc Francis Granger
1840 cc William Harrison/P Tyler
1844 cc Henry Clay/cc Theodore Frelinghuysen
1848: cc Z Taylor/cc M Fillmore
1852: cc Winfield Scott/William Graham
1856: cc Fremont/Dayton
1860: cc Lincoln/cc Hannibal Hamblin
1864: cc Lincoln/P A Johnson
1868: cc Grant/Colfax
1872: cc Grant/Wilson
1876: cc Hayes/Wheeler
1880: cc Garfield/Arthur
1884: cc Blaine/Logan
1888, 1892: cc Harrison
1896, 1900: T McKinley/cc T Roosevelt
1904: cc Teddy/Fairbanks
1908: T Taft/James Sherman
1912: cc Teddy
1916: cc Hughes/Fairbanks
1920: T Harding/cc Coolidge
1924: cc Coolidge/Dawes

1928: S Alfred Smith
1932-1944: S Frankie
1948: S Truman/Barkley
1952, 1956 S Stevenson
1960: S JFK/S LBJ
1964: S LBJ/S HHH
1968: S HHH/P Muskie
1972: S McGovern/ S Sgt Shriver
1976: P Carter/ S Mondale
Primaries
1980: S Teddy
1984: P Hart
1988: S Jesse Jackson
1992: S Psongus or Jerry Brown
2000: S Bill Bradley
2004: S J f Kerry
2008: S Clinton

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« Reply #642 on: April 27, 2012, 04:24:00 pm »
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1860: Bell (CU)

Didn't take you for the Know-Nothing type. Tongue
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1832: William Wirt (Anti Masonic-Maryland)/Amos Ellmaker (Anti Masonic-Pennsylvania)
Did the Anti-Masonics stand for something you like, or were the other candidates just worse?

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1844: James G. Birney (Liberty-New York)/Thomas Morris (Liberty-Ohio)
1848: Martin Van Buren (Free Soil-New York)/Charles F. Adams (Free Soil-Massachusetts)
1852: John Hale (Free Soil-New Hampshire)/George Julian (Free Soil-Indiana)

1856: John Freemont (Republican-California)/John L. Dayton (Republican-New Jersey)
1860: Stephen A. Douglas (Democratic-Illinois)/Herschel A. Johnson (Democratic-Georgia)*
I'm guessing you'd vote for Lincoln if he hadn't been a Whig?

Dallasfan, did Debs' campaign appeal to you a lot more than Bryan's?
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1860: Bell (CU)

Didn't take you for the Know-Nothing type. Tongue

Bell was a nativist? Sad

Dallasfan, did Debs' campaign appeal to you a lot more than Bryan's?

In the way that a black eye appeals to me more than a root canal, yes. Tongue
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Revised
Of the elections I'm most split on are 1904, 1928, and 1960. As well, maybe a few of the FDR elections where one matches the patheticness of his opponents vs. FDR's liberalism but competence.

1789: General George Washington (Independent-Virginia)
1792: President George Washington (Independent-Virginia)

1796: Vice President John Adams (Federalist-Massachusetts)
1800: Vice President Thomas Jefferson (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1804: President Thomas Jefferson (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1808: Secretary of State James Madison (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1812: President James Madison (Democratic Republican-Virginia)
1816: Secretary of State James Monroe (Democratic Republican-Virginia)

1820: Secretary of State John Quincy Adams (Democratic Republican-Massachusetts)
1824: Secretary of State John Quincy Adams (Democratic Republican-Massachusetts)
1828: President John Quincy Adams (National Republican-Massachusetts)

1832: Former Attorney General William Wirt (Anti-Masonic-Maryland)
1836: Former Ambassador William Henry Harrison (Whig-Ohio)
1840: Former Ambassador William Henry Harrison (Whig-Ohio)

1844: Former Governor James Knox Polk (Democrat-Tennessee)
1848: General Zachary Taylor (Whig-Louisiana)
1852: General Winfield Scott (Whig-New Jersey)

1856: Secretary of State James Buchanan (Democrat-Pennsylvania)
1860: Former Congressman Abraham Lincoln (Republican-Illinois)
1864: President Abraham Lincoln (National Unity-Illinois)
1868: General Ulysses S. Grant (Republican-Illinois)
1872: President Ulysses S. Grant (Republican-Illinois)

1876: Governor Samuel J. Tilden (Democrat-New York)
1880: General Winfield Scott Hancock (Democrat-Pennsylvania)
1884: Governor Grover Cleveland (Democrat-New York)
1888: President Grover Cleveland (Democrat-New York)
1892: Former President Grover Cleveland (Democrat-New York)

1896: Former Governor William McKinley (Republican-Ohio)
1900: President William McKinley (Republican-Ohio)
1904: President Theodore Roosevelt (Republican-New York)
1908: Secretary of War William Howard Taft (Republican-Ohio)

1912: Governor Woodrow Wilson (Democrat-New Jersey)
1916: Former Chief Justice Charles Evan Hughes (Republican-New York)
1920: Senator Warren G. Harding (Republilcan-Ohio)
1924: President Calvin Coolidge (Republican-Massachusetts)

1928: Governor Alfred E. Smith (Democrat-New York)
1932: Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat-New York)

1936: Governor Alfred Landon (Republican-Kansas)
1940: President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat-New York)
1944: President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat-New York)
1948: President Harry S. Truman (Democrat-Missouri)

1952: General Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican-New York)
1956: President Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican-New York)
1960: Vice President Richard M. Nixon (Republican-California)
1964: Senator Barry M. Goldwater (Republican-Arizona)
1968: Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon (Republican-New York)
1972: President Richard M. Nixon (Republican-California)
1976: President Gerald R. Ford (Republican-Michigan)
1980: Former Governor Ronald W. Reagan (Republican-California)
1984: President Ronald W. Reagan (Republican-California)
1988: Vice President George H.W. Bush (Republican-Texas)

1992: Businessman H. Ross Perot (Independent-Texas)
1996: Former Senator Robert J. Dole (Republican-Kansas)
2000: Governor George W. Bush (Republican-Texas)
2004: President George W. Bush (Republican-Texas)
2008: Senator John S. McCain III (Republican-Arizona)
2012: Former Governor Willard Romney (Republican-Massachusetts)
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1832: William Wirt (Anti Masonic-Maryland)/Amos Ellmaker (Anti Masonic-Pennsylvania)
Did the Anti-Masonics stand for something you like, or were the other candidates just worse?
A little of both.
Henry Clay was too much of an advocate for high tariffs (though admittedly still a lesser evil than Andrew Jackson, who I might've voted for in 1828 due to the "common man" rhetoric of the Democratic Party before revealing himself to be a giant psychotic A-Hole) and the National Bank for me to feel comfortable voting for him.  Plus, Masons scare the sh*t out of me.  Seriously dude, they like worship Baal owl idols or something.  They freaks.
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1844: James G. Birney (Liberty-New York)/Thomas Morris (Liberty-Ohio)
1848: Martin Van Buren (Free Soil-New York)/Charles F. Adams (Free Soil-Massachusetts)
1852: John Hale (Free Soil-New Hampshire)/George Julian (Free Soil-Indiana)

1856: John Freemont (Republican-California)/John L. Dayton (Republican-New Jersey)
1860: Stephen A. Douglas (Democratic-Illinois)/Herschel A. Johnson (Democratic-Georgia)*
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I'm guessing you'd vote for Lincoln if he hadn't been a Whig?

It's more of a difference in the Democratic candidate actually.
Buchanan would've come across as too pro-slavery for me to feel comfortable voting for in 1856.  Plus, no offense to Millard Fillmore (who was a total moderate hero) but I sure as hell wouldn't vote for the party whose platform was bigoted against my cultural background.  So, yeah I would end up voting for the perceived "radical" John Freemont in 1856.

In 1860 with Stephen Douglas being nominated, an advocate of "popular sovereignty" I would be more comfortable going over to the Northern Democratic side.  I might be favorable to the Constitutional Union side also, though a bit wary of the presence of former Whgis there.  A vote for Breckenridge or Lincoln I would think would be a vote towards Civil War, something that 1860 me wouldn't want to happen.
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Interesting. That makes sense pretty much. I'm just wondering how much less fear there was of a Fremont presidency leading to civil war as compared to Lincoln.
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Interesting. That makes sense pretty much. I'm just wondering how much less fear there was of a Fremont presidency leading to civil war as compared to Lincoln.

There was fear of that happening in 1856, but the conditions in place weren't as drastic.  For one, there was a united Democratic ticket and not one split between North and South.  And the Democratic strength in the Senate was strong enough to moderate any attempt at "radical" legislation by the Republicans, who would also be greatly limited by other parties in the "Opposition" who viewed the issue os slavery with a distaste.  Whoever said "Whigs were pro-choice on slavery" had the right idea.

I think that despite the Whig Party's economic nationalism I probably would've been a Whig Psrty member at certain points in early; American history due to a combination of factors.  For one, King Jackson's presidency would've left me bitter at the Democrats and I would've viewed William Harrison as the "common man's candidate" in 1836 and 1840.  I have nothing against Martin Van Buren personally, but I would've thought like many of my time that he was "heir appointed" by Jackson to succeed him.

I probably would've been a Hugh White Whig with anti-slavery sympathies.  IN other words, a former Northern Democratic Republican who could never fit into the parties that existed from 1828-1860.
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« Reply #649 on: April 28, 2012, 09:11:58 am »
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Mecha: You are aware that John Frémont was a murderer:

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In June 1846, at San Rafael mission, John Frémont sent three men, one of which was Kit Carson, to confront three unarmed men debarking from a boat at Point San Pedro. Kit Carson asked John Frémont whether they should be taken prisoner. Frémont replied, "I have got no room for prisoners." They then advanced on the three and deliberately shot and killed them. One of them was an old and respected Californian, Don Jose R. Berreyesa, whose son was the Alcalde of Sonoma who had been recently imprisoned by Frémont. The two others were twin brothers and sons of Don Francisco de Haro of Yerba Buena, who had served two terms as the first and third Alcalde of Yerba Buena (later named San Francisco).

The banksters of course waged the same sort of press campaign against Jackson as they would against a hypothetical President Ron Paul, but I'd expect you at least not to fall for that...
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