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« Reply #675 on: June 18, 2012, 10:33:57 am »
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FTR, it's estimated McKinley may have gotten as mch as 45% of all Catholics, up quite much from the 20-25% that Harrison got in 1892.

That's including German Catholics, who as noted earlier had very different voting habits (also, there's still no possible way he got that much, just looking at the map).

The 45% figure could be true is if there was a MASSIVE sitout by Irish Catholics.  In other words, you would need 1920 to happen.  Looking at the map this is a little inconclusive as Bryan seems to have gotten God numbers in the Rocky Mountain West while underperforming in the Northeast.

But, McKinley's appeal to Catholics shouldn't be underestimated.  A number of Catholics were advancing to the middle business class at the time after all.  On my previous point, some lace curtain middle/upper class Catholics might've voted McKinley in fear of Bryan's perceived left wing radicalism.
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« Reply #676 on: June 20, 2012, 12:16:34 am »
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If voting with the benefit of hindsight based on my current set of views:

Year: Primaries / General
Reluctant votes are italicized.

1900: William Bryan (D) / Eugene Debs (O)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R) / Eugene Debs (O)
1908: Robert La Follette (R) / Eugene Debs (O)
1912: Robert La Follette (R) / Eugene Debs (O)
1916: Woodrow Wilson (D) / Woodrow Wilson (D)
1920: Robert La Follette (R) / Eugene Debs (O)
1924: Robert La Follette (R) / Robert La Follette (O)
1928: George Norris (R) / Norman Thomas (O)
1932: Franklin Roosevelt (D) / Franklin Roosevelt (D)
1936: Franklin Roosevelt (D) / Norman Thomas (O)
1940: Franklin Roosevelt (D) / Wendell Willkie (R)
1944: Franklin Roosevelt (D) / Franklin Roosevelt (D)
1948: Harry Truman (D) / Henry Wallace (O)
1952: Carey Kefauver (D) / Vincent Hallinan (O)
1956: Carey Kefauver (D) / Adlai Stevenson (D)
1960: William Symington (D) / John Kennedy (D)
1964: Lyndon Johnson (D) / Lyndon Johnson (D)
1968: George McGovern (D) / Eugene McCarthy (I)
1972: George McGovern (D) / Benjamin Spock (O)
1976: Frank Church (D) / Eugene McCarthy (I)
1980: Edward Kennedy (D) / Barry Commoner (O)
1984: Jesse Jackson (D) / Walter Mondale (D)
1988: Paul Simon (D) / Michael Dukakis (D)
1992: Tom Harkin (D) / William Clinton (D)
1996: William Clinton (D) / Mary Hollis (O)
2000: Paul Wellstone (D) / Ralph Nader (G)
2004: Howard Dean (D) / Walter Brown (O)
2008: Barack Obama (D) / Ralph Nader (I)
2012: Barack Obama (D) / Jill Stein (G)

Someday I will check out the pre-1900 elections. For now this is enough.
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« Reply #677 on: June 23, 2012, 10:26:02 pm »
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1904: TR
1908: Debs
1912: TR
1916: Hughes
1920: Cox
1924: LaFollette
1928: Thomas
1932: FDR (D)
1936: FDR (D)
1940: FDR (D)
1944: FDR (D)
1948: Truman (D)
1952: Eisenhower (R)
1956: Eisenhower (R)
1960: Jennedy (D)
1964: Johnson (D)
1968: Humphrey (D)
1972: Nixon (R)
1976: Carter (D)
1980: Kennedy then Reagan (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1988: Bush (R)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Clinton (D)
2000: Gore (D)
2004: Dean then Kerry (D)
2008: Obama (D)
2012: Obama (D)
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« Reply #678 on: June 25, 2012, 12:05:42 am »
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1788: George Washington (IF)
1792: George Washington (IF)
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: John Quincy Adams (DR)

1828: John Quincy Adams (NR)
1832: Henry Clay (NR)

1836: William Henery Harrison (Whig)
1840: William Henery Harrison (Whig)

1844: James K Polk (D)
1848: Martin Van Buren (FS)
1852: Winfield Scott (Whig)
1856: John C Fremont (R)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R)

1864: Abraham Lincoln (NU)
1868: Ulysses S Grant (R)
1872: Ulysses S Grand (R)
1876: Rutherford B Hayes (R)
1880: James Garfield (R)
1884: James Blaine (R)
1888: Benjamin Harrison (R)

1892: James Weaver (Pop)
1896: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1900: William Jennings Bryan (D)

1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R)
1908: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (P)
1916: Woodward Wilson (D)
1920: Eugene V Debs (S)
1924: Robert M LaFollette (P)
1928: Norman Thomas (S)
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: Dwight D Eisenhower (R)
1956: Dwight D 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: Bill Clinton (D)
1996: Bill Clinton (D)
2000: Al Gore (D)
2004: John Kerry (D)
2008: Barack Obama (D)
2012: Barack Obama (D)


Democratic Primaries

1932: Franklin D Roosevelt 
1936: Franklin D Roosevelt
1940: Franklin D Roosevelt
1944: Franklin D Roosevelt
1948: Harry Truman
1952: Hubert Humphrey
1956: Hubert Humphrey
1960: Hubert Humphrey (Kennedy would have been close)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson
1968: Robert Kennedy (Eugene McCarthy would have been close, I probably would have made the choice in the ballot box)
1972: George McGovern (Hubert Humphrey would have been close)
1976: Mo Udall (Frank Church would have been close)
1980: Ted Kennedy
1984: Gary Hart (Jesse Jackson would have been close)
1988: Jesse Jackson
1992: Tom Harkin
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: Howard Dean
2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama

Republican Primaries (First choice will be strategy vote, second will be if I voted with my conscience)
 
1940: Thomas Dewey / Thomas Dewey
1944: Harold Stassen / Harold Stassen
1948: Harold Stassen / Harold Stassen
1952: Dwight Eisenhower / Earl Warren
1956: Dwight Eisenhower / Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Richard Nixon / Richard Nixon
1964: Nelson Rockefeller /Nelson Rockefeller
1968: Nelson Rockefeller / Nelson Rockefeller
1972: Richard Nixon / Richard Nixon
1976: Gerald Ford / Gerald Ford
1980: John Anderson / John Anderson
1984: Harold Stassen / Harold Stassen
1988: Bob Dole / Bob Dole
1992: Pat Buchanan / Harold Stassen
1996: Pat Buchanan / Richard Lugar
2000: John McCain / John McCain
2004: Tom Laughlin / Tom Laughlin
2008: Mitt Romney / Ron Paul
2012: Rick Santourm / Gary Johnson
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« Reply #679 on: June 27, 2012, 07:41:38 pm »
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1904: Roosevelt
1908: Taft
1912: Taft
1916: Hughes
1920: Harding
1924: Coolidge
1928: Hoover
1932: Hoover
1936: Landon
1940: Willkie
1944: Dewey
1948: Dewey
1952: Eisenhower/Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower/Eisenhower
1960: Nixon/Nixon
1964: Rockefeller/Goldwater
1968: Nixon/Nixon
1972: Nixon/Nixon
1976: Ford/Ford
1980: Bush/Reagan
1984: Reagan/Reagan
1988: Dole/Bush
1992: Bush/Bush
1996: Dole/Dole
2000: McCain/Bush
2004: Bush/Bush
2008: McCain/McCain
2012: Romney/Romney
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« Reply #680 on: July 29, 2012, 11:50:39 pm »
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I'm going to temporarily suspend my rule about not supporting the evil of two lessers:
1796: Jefferson
1800: Jefferson
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison

1812: Clinton
1816: King
1820: Federalist electors

1824: Crawford
1828: Jackson

1832: Clay
1836: Van Buren
1840: Van Buren

1844: Clay
1848: Taylor
1852: Pierce
1856: Buchanan
1860: Douglas
1864: McClellan
1868: Seymour
1872: Greeley
1876: Tilden
1880: Hancock
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1892: Cleveland
1896: Bryan
1900: Bryan
1904: Parker
1908: Bryan

1912: Taft
1916: Hughes
1920: Harding

1924: Davis
1928: Smith

1932: Hoover
1936: Landon
1940: Willkie
1944: Dewey
1948: Dewey

1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy

1964: Goldwater
1968: Nixon

1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis

1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush

2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
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1789: Washington
1792: Washington
1796: Adams
1800: Jefferson
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison
1812: Madison
1816: Monroe
1820: Monroe
1824: Jackson

1828: Jackson
1832: Jackson
1836: Van Buren

1840: Harrison
1844: Polk

1848: Taylor


1852: Pierce
1856: Buchanan

1860:Breckinridge (I'm not racist or anything but I did not like Bell's platform in 1860)
1864: Unable to vote. If I lived up North: Lincoln
1868: Grant
1872: Grant


1876: Tilden
1880: Hancock
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1892: Cleveland
1896: Bryan


1900: McKinley
1904: Roosevelt
1908: Taft


1912: Roosvelt


1916: Hughes
1920: Harding
1924: Coolidge
1928: Hoover


1932: Roosevelt
1936: Roosevelt


1940: Willkie


1944: Roosevelt
1948: Truman


1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon


1964: Johnson

1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush

1992: Perot

1996: Clinton


2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain

2012: ?


Democratic Primaries (If I was a registered Dem)

1932: Franklin D Roosevelt
1936: Franklin D Roosevelt
1940: Franklin D Roosevelt
1944: Franklin D Roosevelt
1948: Harry Truman
1952: No One (Did not like any of the candidates)
1956: No One (Did not like any of the candidates)
1960: JFK
1964: Johnson
1968: RFK
1972: Wallace
1976: Wallace
1980: Ted Kennedy
1984: Gary Hart
1988: Al Gore
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: Wesley Clark
2008: Hillary Clinton
2012: Barack Obama

Republican Primaries
 
1940: Robert Taft
1944: ?
1948: Harold Stassen
1952: Dwight Eisenhower
1956: Dwight Eisenhower
1960: Nixon
1964: Rockefeller
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford (Even though I could have voted for Reagan too. Ford won my home county in the primary)
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992:Bush
1996: Dole
2000: McCain
2004: Bush
2008: Huckabee
2012: Gingrich (I voted for him in RL to avoid a no preference vote)
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« Reply #682 on: August 06, 2012, 08:28:08 pm »
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I'll try the lesser evil in the Republican primaries:
1940: Taft
1944: Bricker
1948: Taft
1952: Taft
1956: Bricker
1960: Goldwater
1964: Goldwater
1968: Romney
1972: McCloskey
1976: Reagan
1980: Crane
1984: Flynt
1988: DuPont
1992: Buchanan
1996: Buchanan
2000: Forbes
2004: Buchanan
2008: Paul
2012: Paul
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« Reply #683 on: August 06, 2012, 11:39:06 pm »
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Now for the Democrats:
2012: Judd
2008: Gravel
2004: Kucinich
2000: Bradley
1996: Paulsen
1992: Agran
1988: Traficant
1984: McGovern
1980: Brown
1976: Brown
1972: McGovern
1968: McCarthy
1964: Wallace
1960: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1952: Russell
1948: Russell
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« Reply #684 on: August 08, 2012, 01:02:28 pm »
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Democratic Party presidential primaries, 1972 onward
1972: Hubert Humphrey
1976: Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson [1]
1980: Edward M. "Teddy" Kennedy [2]
1984: Walter Mondale [3]
1988: Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt [4]
1992: Tom Harkin [5]
1996: William J. "Bill" Clinton [6]
2000: William J. "Bill" Bradley [7]
2004: Richard A. "Dick Gephardt  [8]
2008: John Edwards [9]
2012: Barack Obama

Bold indicates an actual vote that I have cast.

Notes:

[1] Would have probably initially supported Walter Mondale before he dropped out early on, and then moved on to Scoop Jackson. After Jackson dropped out of the race, I'd be on board with the 'Anybody-But-Carter' forces and support a draft of Hubert Humphrey, Ed Muskie, or Teddy Kennedy (or Mondale and Jackson) at the Convention. Still would have voted Carter in the general, though.

[2] Enthusiastic support for Kennedy, particularly because at this point Carter is unelectable and ineffectual. Still would go for Carter in the general though.

[3] Mondale leaves the least bad taste in my mouth out of all the candidates. Would have at least considered voting for John Glenn, though.

[4] Another 'least bad of a bad field' choice.

[5] After Harkin, I'd probably support Clinton, because Jerry Brown is to Clinton's right on fiscal policy.

[6] No choice here, but I would have supported a liberal challenge to Clinton.

[7] No real love for Bradley, but he's to the left of Gore.

[8] After Gephardt dropped out, I would have supported John Edwards.

[9] Actually did support Edwards at first because he was to the left of Clinton and Obama. After he dropped out, I supported Clinton before settling on Obama. In retrospect, I should have supported Clinton, but she was too DLC for me in 2008 until after Edwards dropped out and she moved to the left to get Edwards' voters (like me).
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« Reply #685 on: August 08, 2012, 01:52:36 pm »
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Okay, let's start from the beginning for the Dems...

1844: former President Martin Van Buren (NY)
1848: Former Ambassador to France Lewis Cass (MI)
1852: Former Secretary of State James Buchanan (PA)
1856: President Franklin W. Pierce (NH)
1860: Senator Stephen Douglas (IL)
1864: General George C. McClellan (NJ)
1868: President Andrew Johnson (TN)
1872: Former Secretary of State Jereiah S. Black (PA)
1876: Governor Samuel J. Tilden (NY)
1880: Senator Thomas F. Bayard (MD)
1884: Governor S. Grover Cleveland (NY)
1888: President S. Grover Cleveland (NY)
1892: Former President S. Grover Cleveland (NY)
1896: Governor Claude Matthews (IN)
1900: Admiral George Dewey (VT)
1904: Justice Alton B. Parker (NY)
1908: Former Senator George Gray (DE)
1912: Governor Judson Harmon (OH)
1916: President Woodrow Wilson (NJ)
1920: Governor Alfred E. Smith (NY)
1924: Governor Alfred E. Smith (NY)
1928: Governor Alfred E. Smith (NY)
1932: Former Governor Alfred E. Smith (NY)
1936: Former Assistant Secretary of the Navy Henry S. Breckenridge (NY)
1940: Vice President John Nance Garner (TX)
1944: President Franklin D. Roosevelt (NY)
1948: Senator Richard Russell (GA)
1952: Senator Richard Russell (GA)
1956: Senator Estes Kefauver (TN)
1960: Senator John F. Kennedy (MA)
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« Reply #686 on: August 09, 2012, 04:57:15 pm »
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2012: Mitt Romney (R) - very begrudgingly. (supported Santorum in the primary, begrudgingly).
2008: John McCain (R) (and in the primary).
2004: George W. Bush (R) - very begrudgingly.
2000: George W. Bush (R)
1996: Bob Dole (R) (would have supported Alexander in the primary).
1992: George H.W. Bush (R)
1988: George H.W. Bush (R)
1984: Ronald Reagan (R) - begrudgingly.
1980: John Anderson (I)
1976: Gerald Ford (R)
1972: George McGovern (D) - begrudgingly.
1968: Hubert Humphrey (D) - begrudgingly.
1964: Barry Goldwater (R) - very begrudgingly (would have backed Rockefeller in primary).
1960: John Kennedy (D)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (R)
1952: Dwight Eisenhower (R)
1948: Harry Truman (D)
1944: Thomas Dewey (R)
1940: Wendell Willkie (R)
1936: Al Landon (R)
1932: Herbert Hoover (R)
1928: Herbert Hoover (R)
1924: Calvin Coolidge (R)

That's as far as I can realistically go back with any knowledge. All with hindsight.
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1904: Alton B. Parker
1908: William Jennings Bryan
1912: William Howard Taft
1916: Charles Evans Hughes
1920: Warren G. Harding
1924: Calvin Coolidge
1928: Al Smith
1932: Herbert Hoover
1936: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1940: Wendell Wilkie
1944: Franklin D. Roosevelt
1948: Henry A. Wallace
1952: Adlai Stevenson
1956: Adlai Stevenson
1960: Richard Nixon (Humphrey in primary)
1964: Barry Goldwater (RFK in primary)
1968: Eugene McCarthy
1972: George McGovern (Muskie in primary)
1976: Eugene McCarthy (Udall in primary)
1980: Ed Clark (Carter in primary)
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Ron Paul (Gephardt in primary)
1992: Ross Perot (Tsongas in primary)
1996: Ross Perot (Clinton in primary)
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry (Dean in primary)
2008: Ralph Nader (Gravel in primary)
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« Reply #688 on: August 14, 2012, 11:56:25 am »
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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 (R/NU)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1876: Rutherford Hayes (R)
1880: James Garfield (R)

1884: Grover Cleveland (D)
1888: Alson Streeter (U)
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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« Reply #689 on: August 31, 2012, 08:18:21 pm »
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1789: 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: Andrew Jackson (DR)

1828: Andrew Jackson (D)
1832: Andrew Jackson (D)
1836: Martin Van Buren (D)
1840: Martin Van Buren (D)
1844: James Polk (D)

1848: Martin van Buren (FS)
1852: Winfield Scott (W)
1856: None
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (R/NU)

1868: Horatio Seymour (D)
1872: Horace Greeley (LR)
1876: Samuel Tilden (D)
1880: Winfield S. Hancock (D)
1884: Grover Cleveland (D)
1888: Grover Cleveland
1892: Grover Cleveland (D)
1896: John M. Palmer (ND)
1900: William J. Bryan (D)
1904: Alton D. Palmer (D)

1908: Howard Taft (R)
1912: Howard Taft (R)

1916: Allan L. Benson (S)
1920: Warren G. Harding (R)
1924: John W. Davis (D)
1928: Al Smith (D)
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (D)

1936: Alf Landon (R)
1940: Wendell Willkie (R)
1944: Thomas Dewey (R)
1948: Thomas Dewey (R)
1952: Dwight Eisenhower (R)
1956: Dwight Eisenhower (R)
1960: Richard Nixon (R)

1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (D)
1968: Hubert H. Humphrey (D)

1972: None
1976: Jimmy Carter (D)
1980: Ronald Reagan (R)
1984: Ronald Reagan (R)

1988: Michael Dukakis (D)
1992: George H.W. Bush (R)
1996: Bob Dole (R)

2000: Al Gore (D)
2004: John Kerry (D)
2008: Barack Obama (D)

2012: Mitt Romney (R)

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« Reply #690 on: August 31, 2012, 09:27:09 pm »
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Primaries!

1968: Hubert Humphrey (D)
1972: Hubert Humphrey (D)
1976: Jimmy Carter (D)
1980: Teddy Kennedy (D) [Only to see the murdering piece of &$@! get creamed by Reagan.]
1984: Ronald Reagan (R)
1988: Michael Dukakis (D)/Pete DuPont (R) [Both excellent, well-qualified candidates]
1992: Paul Tsongas (D)
1996: Bob Dole (R)
2000: Al Gore (D)
2004: Howard Dean (D) [Don't love the guy, but probably the strongest candidate against Bush]
2008: Mitt Romney (R)
2012: Mitt Romney (R)
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« Reply #691 on: September 26, 2012, 01:32:14 pm »
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For the Democratic primaries, I'll start with 1952, since I would've joined the party at around that time. 

1952–Estes Kefauver
1956–Estes Kefauver
1960–Hubert Humphrey, then Wayne Morse when he entered.  After they'd both pulled out, I guess JFK. 
1964–LBJ.
1968–Eugene McCarthy until RFK entered.  After he got shot, I'd have gone back to McCarthy.
1972–George McGovern
1976–First Morris Udall, then Frank Church once he entered.
1980–Ted Kennedy
1984–First Jesse Jackson, but I would've abandoned him for Mondale after his anti-Semitic remarks came out
1988–Err...Dukakis I guess.  Couldn't vote for Jackson for the same reasons as 1984. 
1992–Tom Harkin, quite reluctantly since he's an Israeli tool.  No one after he dropped out. 
1996–Would not vote
2000–Bill Bradley (again, reluctantly)
2004–Dennis Kucinich
2008–Dennis Kucinich again (not with hindsight cause of the Gadaffi stuff) then Edwards after he dropped out (not with hindsight), then Obama (would have spoiled my ballot with hindsight)
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Democratic Primaries:

1952 - Estes Kefauver
1956 - Estes Kefauver
1960 - John F. Kennedy
1964 - Lyndon B. Johnson
1968 - Robert F. Kennedy
1972 - George McGovern
1976 - Frank Church
1980 - Ted Kennedy
1984 - George McGovern
1988 - Gary Hart
1992 - Jerry Brown
1996 - Bill Clinton
2000 - Bill Bradley
2004 - Dennis Kucinich
2008 - Dennis Kucinich
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General Elections

1789-1900
1789: Washington (F)
1792: Washington (F)
1796: Adams (F)
1800: Jefferson (DR)
1804: Jefferson (DR)
1808: Madison (DR)
1812: Madison (DR)
1816: Monroe (DR)
1820: Monroe (DR)
1824: Adams (DR)
1828: Adams (NR)
1832: Clay (NR)
1836: Harrison (W)
1840: Harrison (W)
1844: Clay (W)
1848: Taylor (W)
1852: Scott (W)
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: Harrison (R)
1892: Harrison (R)
1896: McKinley (R)
1900: McKinley (R)

1904-present
1904: Roosevelt (R)
1908: Taft (R)
1912: Taft (R)
1916: Hughes (R)
1920: Harding (R)
1924: Coolidge (R)
1928: Hoover (R)
1932: Hoover (R)
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: Nixon (R)
1976: Ford (R)
1980: Reagan (R)
1984: Reagan (R)
1988: Bush (R)
1992: Bush (R)
1996: Dole (R)
2000: Bush (R)
2004: Bush (R)
2008: McCain (R)
2012: Romney (R)

Republican Primaries

1952-present
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon, though Rockefeller would be very tempting.
1964: Rockefeller
1968: Toss-Up between Nelson Rockefeller and Romney.
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Toss-Up between Bush and Anderson.
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: Toss-Up between McCain and Romney.
2012: Romney
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« Reply #694 on: October 06, 2012, 08:00:40 pm »
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1789: Clinton and Henry
1792: Clinton and Jefferson
1796: Jefferson and Burr
1800: Jefferson and Burr
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison
1812: Clinton
1816: King
1820: Abstain
1824: Crawford
1828: Abstain
1832: Floyd
1836: White
1840: Van Buren
1844: Birney
1848: Van Buren
1852: Hale
1856: Stockton
1860: Smith
1864: McClellan
1868: Seymour
1872: Greeley
1876: Tilden
1880: Hancock
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1892: Cleveland
1896: Palmer
1900: Bryan
1904: Parker
1908: Bryan
1912: Debs
1916: Benson
1920: Debs
1924: Davis
1928: Smith
1932: Hoover
1936: Landon
1940: Thomas
1944: Thomas
1948: Thurmond
1952: Stevenson
1956: Andrews
1960: Sullivan
1964: Goldwater
1968: Cleaver
1972: Hospers
1976: MacBride
1980: Clark
1984: Bergland
1988: Paul
1992: Marrou
1996: Browne
2000: Browne
2004: Badnarik
2008: Baldwin
2012: Johnson


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« Reply #695 on: October 27, 2012, 01:13:31 pm »
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going back to the two party era

1856 Fremont
1860 Lincoln
1864 Lincoln
1868 Grant
1872 Grant
1876 Hayes
1880 Garfield
1884 Cleveland
1888 Cleveland
1892 Cleveland
1896 McKinley
1900 McKinley
1904 TR
1908 Taft
1912 TR
1916 Wilson
1920 Harding
1924 LaFollette
1928 Smith
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1944-1948 Dewey
1952-1956 Eisenhower
1960 Kennedy
1964 LBJ
1968 Humphrey
1972 McGovern
1976 Carter
1980 Anderson
1984 Mondale
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« Reply #696 on: October 30, 2012, 12:47:46 pm »
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Am I the only person who would have voted Republican in every election since the party was founded?
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« Reply #697 on: October 30, 2012, 06:12:46 pm »
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Am I the only person who would have voted Republican in every election since the party was founded?

It takes a special kind of person to approach that level of partisan hackery, yes.
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« Reply #698 on: October 31, 2012, 12:47:57 am »
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1789: Clinton and Henry
1792: Clinton and Jefferson
1796: Jefferson and Burr
1800: Jefferson and Burr
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison
1812: Clinton
1816: King
1820: Abstain
1824: Crawford
1828: Abstain
1832: Floyd
1836: White
1840: Van Buren
1844: Birney
1848: Van Buren
1852: Hale
1856: Stockton
1860: Smith
1864: McClellan
1868: Seymour
1872: Greeley
1876: Tilden
1880: Hancock
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1892: Cleveland
1896: Palmer
1900: Bryan
1904: Parker
1908: Bryan
1912: Debs
1916: Benson
1920: Debs
1924: Davis
1928: Smith
1932: Hoover
1936: Landon
1940: Thomas
1944: Thomas
1948: Thurmond
1952: Stevenson
1956: Andrews
1960: Sullivan
1964: Goldwater
1968: Cleaver
1972: Hospers
1976: MacBride
1980: Clark
1984: Bergland
1988: Paul
1992: Marrou
1996: Browne
2000: Browne
2004: Badnarik
2008: Baldwin
2012: Johnson




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Debs' overt socialism was preferable to the corporatist "Progressivism" of his opponents. Thomas was the only choice opposed to interventionism. Thurmond is a protest vote against the welfare statism and interventionism of his opponents. Baldwin is less nausea-inducing than Barr.
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« Reply #699 on: October 31, 2012, 02:41:39 pm »
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Am I the only person who would have voted Republican in every election since the party was founded?
Looks like you're mainly in the Hamiltonian tradition.  What appeals to you about AuH2O over LBJ?
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