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« Reply #700 on: November 02, 2012, 02:51:38 pm »
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Oooh, I didnt know there was a thread like this! Cheesy I'll post a list later!
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« Reply #701 on: November 02, 2012, 06:33:41 pm »
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2012- Romney-R
2008- McCain-R
2004- Bush-R (more anti-Kerry)
2000- Bush-R
1996- Dole-R (ok with Clinton)
1992- Bush-R (considered Perot)
1988- Bush-R
1984- Reagan-R
1980- Reagan-R
1976- Carter-D
1972- Nixon-R
1968- Nixon-R
1964- Johnson-D
1960- Kennedy-D
1956- Eisenhower-R
1952- Eisenhower-R
1948- Truman  (D)
1944- FDR  (D)
1940-  Wilkie (R)
1936- FDR  (D)
1932-  FDR (D)
1928- Smith (D)
1924- Coolidge (R)
1920- Harding (R)
1916- Hughes (R)
1912- TR (P)
1908- Bryan  (D)
1904- TR  (R)
1900- McKinley (R)
1896-Bryan (D)
1892- Cleveland (D)
1888- Cleveland  (D)
1884- Cleveland (D)
1880- Hancock (D)
1876- Tilden   (D)
1872- Greeley  (D)
1868- Seymour (D)
1864- Lincoln  (R)
1860- Lincoln  (R)
1856- Fremont  (R)
1852- Scott   (W)
1848- Taylor (W)
1844- Polk  (D)
1840- Harrison  (W)
1836- Harrison (W)
1832- Clay  (W)
1828- Jackson (D)
1824- Jackson (NR)
1820- Monroe  (DR)
1816- Monroe  (DR)
1812- Madison  (DR)
1808- Madison    (DR)
1804- Jefferson  (DR)
1800- Jefferson  (DR)
1796- Jefferson (DR)
1792- Washington
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« Reply #702 on: November 02, 2012, 07:10:52 pm »
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Conventions

1840
Whig: William Henry Harrison

1844
Democrat: Martin Van Buren, James K. Polk

1848
Whig: Zachary Taylor
Democrat: Lewis Cass

1852:
Democrat: Lewis Cass
Whig: Winfield Scott

1856:
Democrat: James Buchanan
Republican: John C. Fremont
American: Millard Fillmore

1860:
Republican: Abraham Lincoln
Southern Democrat: Daniel S. Dickinson
Democrat: Stephen Douglas
Constitutional Union: Samuel Houston

1864
Republican: Abraham Lincoln
Democrat: Thomas H. Seymour

1868:
Republican: Ulysses S. Grant
Democrat: Winfield Scott Hancock

1872:
Republican: Ulysses S. Grant
Democrat: James A. Bayard

1876:
Republican: Rutherford B. Hayes
Democratic: Winfield S. Hancock

1880:
Republican: John Sherman, though earlier would've considered Ulysses S. Grant
Democrat: Thomas F. Bayard

1884
Democrat: Grover Cleveland
Republican: Chester Alan Arthur

1888:
Republican: John Sherman
Democrat: Grover Cleveland

1892:
Democrat: Grover Cleveland
Republican: William McKinley
Populist: James H. Kyle

1896:
Republican: William McKinley
Democrat: Horace Boies
Gold Democrat: John M. Palmer

1900:
Republican: William McKinley
Democrat: George Dewey

1904:
Republican: Theodore Roosevelt, though would have leaned towards Mark Hanna earlier
Democrat: Nelson A. Miles

1908:
Republican: Joseph B. Foraker
Democrat: George Gray

1912:
Democrat: Beauchamp Clark
Republican: William Howard Taft

1916:
Republican: Henry Ford

1920:
Republican: John Calvin Coolidge
Democrat: Alfred E. Smith

1924:
Republican: John Calvin Coolidge
Democrat: Alfred E. Smith

1928:
Republican: John Calvin Coolidge
Democrat: Alfred E. Smith

1932:
Republican: John Calvin Coolidge
Democrat: Alfred E. Smith

(End of this as I've done 1932-onward already. Guess I got a little too pro-Coolidge and pro-Smith at the end. Both of those guys were candidates, or at least supported by delegates, in their parties' conventions 1920-1932)
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« Reply #703 on: November 04, 2012, 03:17:10 am »
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1788/9 – George Washington (No party), George Clinton (A-F) as VP.
1792 – George Washington (No party), George Clinton (D-R) as VP.
1796 – Thomas Jefferson (D-R), Samuel Adams (D-R) as VP.
1800 – Thomas Jefferson (D-R), Aaron Burr (D-R) as VP.
1804 – Thomas Jefferson (D-R)
1808 – James Madison (D-R)
1812 – James Madison (D-R)
1816 – James Monroe (D-R)
1820 – James Monroe (D-R)
1824 – John Quincy Adams (D-R)
1828 – Andrew Jackson (D)
1832 – Andrew Jackson (D)
1836 – Martin Van Buren (D)
1840 – Martin Van Buren (D)
1844 – James K. Polk (D)
1848 – Martin Van Buren (FS)
1852 – John P. Hale (FS)
1856 – John C. Frιmont (R)
1860 – Stephen A. Douglas (D)
1864 – Abraham Lincoln (R)
1868 – Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1872 – Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1876 – Rutherford B. Hayes (R)
1880 – Winfield Hancock (D), on matters regarding tariffs.
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 Howard Taft (R)
1912 – William Howard Taft (R)
1916 – Charles Evans Hughes (R)
1920 – Warren Harding (R)
1924 – Calvin Coolidge (R)
1928 – Herbert Hoover (R)
1932 – Herbert Hoover (R)
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 – Barry Goldwater (R)
1968 – Richard Nixon (R)
1972 – Richard Nixon (R)
1976 – Gerald Ford (R)
1980 – Ronald Reagan (R)
1984 – Ronald Reagan (R)   
1988 – George H. W. Bush (R)
1992 – George H. W. Bush (R)
1996 – Bob Dole (R)
2000 – George W. Bush (R)
2004 – Either George W. Bush (R) or Michael Peroutka (C)
2008 – Chuck Baldwin (C), although I supported John McCain (R) at the time. Would have voted for Paul in the Republican primary.
2012 – Either Virgil Goode (C) or Gary Johnson (L), this could depend on the state I was in. Would have voted for Paul in the Republican primary.
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« Reply #704 on: November 12, 2012, 02:35:40 pm »
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1904: Roosevelt
1908: Taft
1912: Wilson
1916: Wilson
1920: Cox
1924: La Follette
1928: Smith
1932: Roosevelt
1936: Roosevelt
1940: Roosevelt
1944: Roosevelt
1948: Truman
1952: Stevenson
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Reagan
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
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« Reply #705 on: November 13, 2012, 12:53:43 am »
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2012: Romney (my real vote)
2008: McCain (my real vote)
2004: Bush
2000: Bush
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Reagan
1980: Reagan
1976: Carter
1972: Nixon
1968: Nixon
1964: Goldwater
1960: Nixon
1956: Eisenhower
1950: Eisenhower
1948: Dewey
1944: Dewey

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« Reply #706 on: November 13, 2012, 01:41:43 pm »
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2012: Obama (No Question)
2008: Obama
2004: Bush
2000: Bush
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Mondale
1980: Carter
1976: Carter (Tough one)
1972: McGovern (Normal)
1968: Humphrey (Normal)
1964: Undecided; Leaning Goldwater.
1960: Kennedy (Another hard one)

1932: Hoover

1912: Taft

1888/1892: Cleveland

1876: Tilden, obviously.

1796/1800: Adams
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I imagine hyphenation, for both spouses, as a sort of custom would very quickly make us all sound like a bunch of bizarrely named English aristocrats. If Peter Flynn marries Beatrice Mendez and has a kid named Anthony, who in turn marries Alice Glazowski-Chanut, their kid would be named Colin Mendez-Flynn-Glazowski-Chanut, who would then marry Beth Harper-Zhang-Rothman-Wald, and their kid would be named...
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« Reply #707 on: November 13, 2012, 01:45:12 pm »
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2012: Romney
2008: McCain
2004: Bush
2000: Bush
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Bush
1980: Bush
1976: Carter
1972: McGovern
1968: Suicide
1964: Goldwater
1960: Nixon
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« Reply #708 on: November 13, 2012, 01:50:55 pm »
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Bush the better person than Kerry or Gore?  Is this satire?

2012: Obama (No Question)
2008: Obama
2004: Bush
2000: Bush
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Mondale
1980: Carter
1976: Carter (Tough one)
1972: McGovern (Normal)
1968: Humphrey (Normal)
1964: Undecided; Leaning Goldwater.
1960: Kennedy (Another hard one)
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« Reply #709 on: November 13, 2012, 04:31:02 pm »
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2012: Romney
2008: McCain
2004: Kerry
2000: Gore
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Mondale
1980: Carter
1976: Carter, slightly
1972: McGovern
1968: McCarthy (all others are eurgh)
1964: Goldwater
1960: Nixon?
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« Reply #710 on: November 13, 2012, 08:50:49 pm »
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I honestly don't think anyone can say for sure, but my best guesses:

1788   Washington
1792   Washington
1796   Adams
1800   Adams
1804   Jefferson
1808   Madison
1812   Clinton
1816   Monroe
1820   Monroe
1824   Adams
1828   Adams
1832   Clay
1836   Whig
1840   Harrison
1844   Polk
1848   Taylor
1852   Scott
1856   Fremont
1860   Lincoln
1864   Lincoln
1868   Grant
1872   Grant
1876   Hayes
1880   Hancock
1884   Cleveland
1888   Cleveland
1892   Cleveland
1896   McKinley
1900   McKinley
1904   Roosevelt
1908   Taft
1912   Taft
1916   Hughes
1920   Harding
1924   Coolidge
1928   Hoover
1932   Roosevelt
1936   Landon
1940   Willkie
1944   Dewey
1948   Dewey
1952   Eisenhower
1956   Eisenhower
1960   Nixon
1964   Goldwater
1968   Nixon
1972   Nixon
1976   Carter
1980   Reagan
1984   Reagan
1988   Bush
1992   Bush
1996   Dole
2000   Bush
2004   Bush
2008   McCain
2012   Romney
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« Reply #711 on: November 14, 2012, 01:55:17 pm »
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What's with the topic merge? I was asking which candidate was better as a person, not who they would vote for. I wouldn't have voted for Bush, but I think he's a better person than Kerry.
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I imagine hyphenation, for both spouses, as a sort of custom would very quickly make us all sound like a bunch of bizarrely named English aristocrats. If Peter Flynn marries Beatrice Mendez and has a kid named Anthony, who in turn marries Alice Glazowski-Chanut, their kid would be named Colin Mendez-Flynn-Glazowski-Chanut, who would then marry Beth Harper-Zhang-Rothman-Wald, and their kid would be named...
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« Reply #712 on: November 14, 2012, 08:05:42 pm »

What's with the topic merge? I was asking which candidate was better as a person, not who they would vote for. I wouldn't have voted for Bush, but I think he's a better person than Kerry.

This is the Presidential Election Results forum.  As far as this forum is concerned, there is no other way to judge who is better than by votes.
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« Reply #713 on: November 14, 2012, 08:50:46 pm »
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Going back to 1920:

1920 -  Harding
1924 -  Coolidge
1928 -  Hoover
1932 -  Hoover
1936 -  Landon
1940 -  Willkie
1944 -  Dewey
1948 -  Dewey
1952 -  Eisenhower
1956 -  Eisenhower
1960 -  Nixon
1964 - Johnson
1968 -  Nixon
1972 -  Nixon
1976 -  Ford
1980 -  Reagan
1984 -  Reagan
1988 -  Bush
1992 - Perot
1996 - Dole
2000 -  no one[/color]
2004 -  no one[/color]
2008 -  no one[/color]
2012 -  no one[/color]
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« Reply #714 on: November 15, 2012, 11:34:16 pm »
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2012:Obama
2008:Obama
2004:Kerry
2000:Gore
1996:Clinton
1992:Perot
1988:Paul
1984:Mondale
1980:Anderson
1976:Ford
1972:McGovern
1968:Humphrey
1964:Goldwater
1960:Kennedy
1956:Eisenhower
1952:Eisenhower
1948:Dewey
1944:Dewey
1940:Willkie
1936:Al Flandon
1932:Hoover
1928:Hoover
1924:Coolidge
1920:Harding
1916:Hughes
1912:Roosevelt
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« Reply #715 on: November 19, 2012, 09:51:38 pm »
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1904: Teddy Roosevelt
1908: Bryan
1912: Roosevelt
1916: Charles Hughes
1920: Eugene Debs
1924:Robert LaFollette
1928:Al Smith
1932-1944:FDR
1948: Henry Wallace
1952 p: Estes Kefauver g: Adlai Stevenson
1956:Stevenson
1960: p: LBJ g: JFK
1964:LBJ
1968:Humphrey
1972 p:Scoop Jackson or Humphrey (either) g: McGovern
1976 p:Jackson g: Carter
1980 p:Kennedy g: Carter
1984 p:Jesse Jackson g: Mondale
1988 p:Jackson g: Dukakis
1992 p: Bob Kerrey g: Perot
1996: Perot
2000 p:Bradley g: Nader
2004 p: Edwards g:Kerry
2008 p: Edwards g: Obama at the time but could I do it again I would have voted for Nader
2012: Rocky Anderson

...in every election from 1904-2004 (in both primary and general from 1952-2004).

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« Reply #716 on: November 20, 2012, 01:11:27 am »
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1789: Washington
1792: Washington
1796: Jefferson
1800: Jefferson
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison
1812: D. Clinton
1816: Monroe
1820: Monroe
1824: J. Q. Adams
1828: J. Q. Adams
1832: Clay
1836: Van Buren
1840: W. H. Harrison
1844: Clay
1848: Cass
1852: Pierce
1856: Fremont
1860: Lincoln
1864: Lincoln
1868: Grant
1872: Greeley
1876: Tilden
1880: W. Hancock
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1892: Cleveland
1896: McKinley
1900: McKinley
1904: T. Roosevelt
1908: Debs (protest vote)
1912: T. Roosevelt
1916: Wilson
1920: Cox
1924: La Follette
1928: A. Smith
1932: F. Roosevelt
1936: F. Roosevelt
1940: F. Roosevelt
1944: F. Roosevelt
1948: Truman
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: L. Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry (first Presidential vote)
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
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« Reply #717 on: November 20, 2012, 08:38:09 pm »
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Now for the older candidates, which are more guesses than confidence and don't hold me to them but here goes

1789-92: Washington
1796-1804:Jefferson
1808-12: Madison
1816-20: Monroe
1824-32Jackson
1836: Daniel Webster for his skill, not really his issue positions
1840: Harrison I guess
1844:Polk
1848:Lewis Cass I guess
1852:Pierce
1856:John Fremont I guess
1860:John Bell I guess
1864: skipped
1868:Horatio Seymour
1872:Horace Greeley I guess as a Grant protest vote
1876:Samuel Tilden
1880:James B. Weaver
1884:Benjamin F. Butler
1888:Alson Streeter
1892:Weaver
1896-1900William Jennings Bryan



1904: Roosevelt
1908: Bryan
1912: Roosevelt
1916: Charles Hughes
1920: Debs
1924:LaFollette
1928:Al Smith
1932-1944:FDR
1948: Henry Wallace
1952 p: Estes Kefauver g: Adlai Stevenson
1956:Stevenson
1960: p: LBJ g: JFK
1964:LBJ
1968:Humphrey
1972 p:Scoop Jackson or Humphrey (either) g: McGovern
1976 p:Jackson g: Carter
1980 p:Kennedy g: Carter
1984 p:Jesse Jackson g: Mondale
1988 p:Jackson g: Dukakis
1992 p: Bob Kerrey g: Perot
1996: Perot
2000 p:Bradley g: Nader
2004 p: Edwards g:Kerry
2008 p: Edwards g: Obama at the time but could I do it again I would have voted for Nader
2012: Rocky Anderson

...in every election from 1904-2004 (in both primary and general from 1952-2004).

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« Reply #718 on: November 29, 2012, 02:52:18 am »
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2012: Romney
2008: McCain
2004: Bush
2000: Bush
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Reagan
1980: Reagan
1976: MacBride
1972: Nixon
1968: Nixon
1964: Goldwater
1960: Nixon
1956: Eisenhower
1952: Eisenhower
1948: Truman
1944: Dewey
1940: Wilkie
1936: Landon
1932: Hoover (Reluctantly)
1928: Hoover (Reluctantly)
1924: Coolidge
1920: Harding
1916: Hughes
1912: T. Roosevelt
1908: Taft
1904: T. Roosevelt
1900: McKinley
1896: McKinley
1892: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1884: Cleveland
1876: Hayes
1872: Grant
1868: Grant
1864: Lincoln
1860: Lincoln
1856: Fremont
1852: Hale or Scott
1848: Van Buren
1844: Polk
1840: Harrison
1836: Harrison
1832: Clay
1828: Q. Adams
1824: Q. Adams
1820: Monroe
1816: Monroe
1812: Madison
1808: Madison
1804: Jefferson
1800: Jefferson
1796: Jefferson
1792: Washington
1788: Washington
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« Reply #719 on: November 29, 2012, 06:58:37 pm »
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2012: Obama
2008: Obama
2004: Kerry
2000: Gore
1996: Clinton
1992: Clinton
1988: Dukakis
1984: Mondale
1980: Anderson
1976: Carter
1972: McGovern
1968: Humphrey
1964: LBJ
1960: Kennedy
1956: Stevenson
1952: Stevenson
1948: Wallace
1944: FDR
1940: FDR
1936: FDR
1932: FDR
1928: Smith
1924: La Follette
1920: Cox
1916: Hughes
1912: Roosevelt
1908: Taft
1904: Roosevelt
1900: Debs
1896: Bryan
1892: Weaver
1888: Cleveland
1884: Cleveland
1880: Weaver
1876: Tilden
1872: Grant
1868: Grant
1864: Lincoln
1860: Lincoln
1856: Fremont
1852: Hale
1848: Van Buren
1844: Clay
1840: Van Buren
1836: Webster
1832: Clay
1828: Adams
1824: Clay
1820: Monroe
1816: Monroe
1812: Madison
1808: Madison
1804: Jefferson
1800: Jefferson
1796: Jefferson
1792: Washington
1788: Washington
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1789: George Washington (F)
1792: George Washington (F)
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: James Monroe (D-R)
1820: James Monroe (D-R)
1824: John Quincy Adams (D-R)
1828: John Quincy Adams (N-R)
1832: Henry Clay (N-R)
1836: Martin Van Buren (D)
1840: William Henry Harrison (W)
1844: James K. Polk (D)
1848: Zachary Taylor (W)
1852: Winfield Scott (W)
1856: John C. Fremont (R)
1860: Abraham Lincoln (R)
1864: Abraham Lincoln (N-U)
1868: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1872: Ulysses S. Grant (R)
1876: Samuel Tilden (D)
1880: James Garfield (R)
1884: James Blaine (R)
1888: Benjamin Harrison (R)
1892: James B. Weaver (P)
1896: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1900: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1904: Theodore Roosevelt (R)
1908: William Jennings Bryan (D)
1912: Theodore Roosevelt (PR)
1916: Charles Evans Hughes (R)
1920: Warren G. Harding (R)
1924: Robert M. LaFollette (PR)
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: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R)
1956: Dwight D. Eisenhower (R)
1960: John F. Kennedy (D)
1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (D)
1968: Hubert Humphrey (D)
1972: George McGovern (D)
1976: Gerald Ford (R)
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)
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« Reply #721 on: December 11, 2012, 07:09:00 pm »
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I guess it's time to redo this.

1789: Washington
1792: Washington

1796: Jefferson
1800: Jefferson
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison
1812: Madison
1816: Monroe
1820: Monroe

1824: Clay/Jackson
1828: Jackson
1832: Clay
1836: Van Buren
1840: Van Buren

1844: Clay
1848: Van Buren
1852: Hale

1856: Frιmont
1860: Lincoln
1864: Lincoln
1868: Grant

1872: Greeley
1876: Tilden

1880: Garfield
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland

1892: Weaver
1896: Bryan
1900: Bryan

1904: Roosevelt
1908: Bryan
1912: Roosevelt
1916: Wilson
1920: Debs
1924: LaFollette
1928: Smith
1932: Roosevelt
1936: Roosevelt
1940: Roosevelt
1944: Roosevelt
1948: Truman
1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama



Dem Convention/Primaries:

1900: Bryan
1904: Hearst
1908: Bryan
1912: Wilson
1916: Wilson
1920: Palmer
1924: Smith
1928: Hull
1932: Roosevelt
1936: Roosevelt
1940: Roosevelt
1944: Roosevelt
1948: Truman
1952: Kefauver
1956: Kefauver
1960: Humphrey
1964: Johnson
1968: Kennedy
1972: Humphrey
1976: Brown
1980: Kennedy
1984: Mondale
1988: Biden
1992: Brown
1996: Clinton
2000: Bradley
2004: Dean
2008: Obama
2012: Obama


Rep Convention/Primaries:

1900: McKinley
1904: Roosevelt
1908: LaFollette
1912: LaFollette
1916: Root
1920: Johnson
1924: LaFollette
1928: Hoover
1932: Hoover
1936: Borah
1940: Wilkie
1944: Stassen
1948: Stassen
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Rockefeller
1964: Rockefeller
1968: Rockefeller
1972: McCloskey
1976: Ford
1980: Anderson
1984: Stassen
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: McCain
2004: NOTA
2008: McCain
2012: Huntsman
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« Reply #722 on: December 13, 2012, 11:12:59 pm »
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1789: Washington
1792: Washington
1796: Jefferson
1800: Jefferson
1804: Jefferson
1808: Madison
1812: Madison
1816: Monroe
1820: Monroe
1824: Jackson
1828: Jackson
1832: Jackson
1836: Van Buren
1840: Van Buren
1844: Polk   
1848: Cass
1852: Pierce
1856: Buchanan
1860: Breckenridge
1864: McClellan
1868: Seymour
1872: Greeley
1876: Tilden
1880: Hancock
1884: Cleveland
1888: Cleveland
1892: Cleveland
1896: McKinley
1900: McKinley
1904: Parker
1908: Taft
1912: Taft
1916: Hughes
1920: Harding
1924: Coolidge (this one is tough because I like Davis almost as much)
1928: Hoover
1932: Hoover
1936: Landon
1940: Wilkie
1944: Dewey
1948: Thurmond
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon
1964: Goldwater
1968: Wallace
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Badnarik
2008: McCain
2012: Romney
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« Reply #723 on: December 25, 2012, 11:16:03 pm »
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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: Adams (D-R)
1828: Adams (R)
1832: Wirt (A-M)
1836: Van Buren (D)
1840: Van Buren (D)
1844: Birney (L)
1848: Van Buren (FS)
1852: Hale (FS)
1856: Buchanan (D)
1860: Bell (CU)
1864: McClellan (D)
1868: Seymour (D)
1872: Grant (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: Jay (BTP)
2012: Johnson (L)

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
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« Reply #724 on: December 26, 2012, 12:52:32 am »
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Interesting question.

1796-1800: John Adams (F)
1804-08: Shoot me
1812: Clinton (F)
1816: Rufus King (F)
1824-28: John Quincy Adams (D-R, Nat. R)
1832: No one.  They're all horrible
1836: Van Buren I guess (D)
1840-44: Birney (Liberty)
1848: Van Buren (Free Soil)
1852: Hale (Free Soil)
1856: Fremont (R)
1860-64: Lincoln (R, Nat. Union)
1868-72: Grant (R)
1876: Cooper I guess (Greenback)
1880: Weaver (Greenback)
1884: Butler (Greenback)
1888-92: Harrison (R)
1896: Matchett I guess (Socialist Labor)
1900: Debs (Social Democratic)
1904: Roosevelt (R)
1908-12: Debs (Socialist)
1916: Hughes (R) (yes I know how weird that might look after picking Debs 3 times)
1920: Debs (Socialist)
1924: La Follette (Progressive)
1928-48: Thomas (Socialist)
1952-56: Eisenhower I guess (R)
1960: No one.  Write-in for Stuart Symington I guess
1964: Johnson (D)
1968: Humphrey (D)
1972: McGovern (D)
1976: Carter (D)
1980: Carter (D) but I like Anderson a lot too
1984:Mondale (D)
1988: Dukakis (D)
1992: Clinton (D)
1996: Nader (Green)

2000: Didn't vote.  Don't remember whether I liked anyone.
2004: Kerry (D).  I was so f***n sick of Bush.
2008: Nader (I). I celebrated Obama's victory, but I didn't live in a swing state so I voted for the guy I liked the most.
2012: Stein (Green)

I'm actually really surprised so many of you prefer the Democratic-Republican party to the Federalists.  Washington was a federalist.  I honestly feel that if the Adams family was able to beat Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, the United States would have been a much more progressive country and slavery would have probably been abolished a lot sooner.  Also I would never vote for someone who did something as despicable as what Jefferson did in his personal life.  In 1836 I would have voted for Van Buren, not so much for his positions but because he would later join the Free Soil party.  He would be the only Democrat I would vote until the CRA of 1964.  In the elections before the Civil War I would have voted for any anti-slavery because anyone who didn't take a stance on the issue would f****ng disgust me.  I would vote for the Liberty party, the Free Soil party and then the Republican party. 
In 1876 I would abandon the Republicans who were by that time a very corrupt party.  At the same time, the Democrats positions on states' rights, Jim Crow, voting rights for blacks were disgusting, so I would vote for the Greenback party until 1888.  I would return to the Republican party in '88 because I like Harrison, but after '92 I would totally move to the left, with the exception of a few elections where I would vote for Republicans that I liked such as Roosevelt or Hughes (Hughes more for his personality than his positions on labor issues).
In the first half of the 20th century the Socialist had two wonderful candidates, Eugene Debs and Norman Thomas and I would have wholeheartedly supported them.  I would have also supported La Follette in '24.
I would have voted for Eisenhower in '52 and '56 because he was a decent president (not a great one by any means, but better than most) and I would have gone with Nixon in '60 if I didn't know what a psycho he turned out to be.  I wouldn't vote for JFK because both him and Lyndon Johnson spoke to segregated audiences in the South, which I think was a horrible thing to do.  Stuart Symington who was running against them in the primary refused to speak to segregate audiences and I have a lot of respect for him for doing that, even if it cost him the presidency.
I would finally vote for the Democrats in '64 and I would keep voting for them in every election until 1996.  There really were no decent, progressive third party candidates during those years (with the exception of Anderson) and the Democrats had some really decent human beings such as Carter or Dukakis running for president.  I would probably go with Nader in '96 because I honestly agree with him more than I agree with the Democrats, especially the New Democrats that were running the party back then. 
I didn't vote in 2000 because I didn't care about politics back then, and I voted for Kerry in '04 because I had no idea how the electoral college worked and I thought my vote mattered Smiley
I'm glad Obama is the president and I would have voted for him if I was in a swing state, but I agree with Nader or Stein more and I wanted to send a message against the 2-party system, which I feel is terrible.  But I think having a black family in the White House is wonderful and it gives a lot of black kids in this country hope.  It also makes many whites understand that we have nothing to fear, and it's better if we live in peace with our neighbors (tea partiers, gun nuts and other crazies didn't get the memo and became even more paranoid, but that's a whole different story).

But going from a president who used a black girl as his sex toy simply because he could, to having a black family in the White House shows that perhaps things are changing for the better.
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