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« Reply #75 on: February 21, 2009, 06:27:39 pm »
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Thomas Dewey (1945-1953)
Estes Kefauver (1953-1961)
Nelson Rockefeller (1961-1969)
Eugene McCarthy (1969-1977)
William Scranton (1977-1981)
Jerry Brown (1981-1989)
Lloyd Bentsen (1989-1993)
Pete Wilson (1993-2001)
Howard Dean (2001-2009)
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The Death of Conservatism or, actually, no conservatism.

Yeah thats what I was trying to make with that list; a world without conservatism

The only disappointy thing about is Lloyd Bentsen being defeated in 1992, as he is one of my fav. senators. Pretty good list, though.

Thanks! Might I ask why hes one of your favorites?
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« Reply #76 on: February 21, 2009, 06:35:32 pm »
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Thomas Dewey (1945-1953)
Estes Kefauver (1953-1961)
Nelson Rockefeller (1961-1969)
Eugene McCarthy (1969-1977)
William Scranton (1977-1981)
Jerry Brown (1981-1989)
Lloyd Bentsen (1989-1993)
Pete Wilson (1993-2001)
Howard Dean (2001-2009)
Mitt Romney  (2009-


The Death of Conservatism or, actually, no conservatism.

Yeah thats what I was trying to make with that list; a world without conservatism

The only disappointy thing about is Lloyd Bentsen being defeated in 1992, as he is one of my fav. senators. Pretty good list, though.

Thanks! Might I ask why hes one of your favorites?

I admire him greatly for many reasons, and I can't list all of them. Partly however, for his championing of Abortion Rights, capital punishment, tax cuts, and overall deregulation of industry. But it is also to do the fact that he owned Dan Quayle in the 1988 debate. "I knew Jack Kennedy, Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine.... and senator, you're no Jack Kennedy." He is one of my utmost political heroes. Thank you for asking. Smiley
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« Reply #77 on: February 22, 2009, 05:48:37 pm »
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43. George W. Bush 2001-2005
44. Howard Dean 2005-2013
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« Reply #78 on: February 24, 2009, 04:17:05 pm »
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Ok here's my next list, based on the POD that President McKinley chooses son of the 16th President and former Secretary of War Robert Todd Lincoln as his Vice Presidential running mate. The ticket goes onto win against WJB on a fairly decent margin.

25. William Mckinley(R-OH): 1897 to September 14th 1901*
26. Robert Todd Lincoln(R-IL):September 14th 1901-March 4th 1909
27. Theodore Roosevelt(R-NY): March 4th 1909-October 12th 1912*
28. Robert M. Lafollette Sr.(R-WI): October 12th 1912-March 4th 1917

29. Champ Clark(D-MI): March 4th 1917-March 2nd 1921*
30. William Gibbs Mcadoo(D-CA?): March 2nd 1921-March 4th 1929

31. Charles Curtis(R-KS): March 4th 1929-March 4th 1932
32. Huey Pierce Long Jr.(D-LA): March 4th 1932-August 30th 1935*
33. Franklin Delano Roosevelt(D-NY): August 30th 1935-April 12th 1945*
34. Henry Agard Wallace(D-IA): April 12th 1945-January 20th 1949

35. Robert Alphonso Taft(R-OH): January 20th 1949-July 30th 1953*
36. Douglas MacArthur(R-AR): July 30th 1953-April 5th 1963*
37. Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller(R-NY): April 5th 1963-January 20th 1965

38. Russell Billiu Long(D-LA): January 20th 1965-January 20th 1973
39. Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith(R-IL): January 20th 1973-March 30th 1981*
40. Robert Taft Jr(R-OH): March 30th 1981-January 20th 1985

41. Edward Moore Kennedy(D-MA): January 20th 1985-August 9th 1987*
42. Ronald Harmon Brown(D-VT): August 9th 1987-April 3rd 1996*
43. Chuck Robb(D-VA): April 3rd 1996-January 20th 2001

44. Christine Todd Whitman(R-NJ): January 20th 2001-Sept 11th 2001*
45. Theodore Roosevelt IV(R-NY): Sept 11th 2001-January 20th 2009

46. Bill Richardson(D-NM):January 20th 2009-?

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25. Assasinated per otl
27. Assasinated
29. Dies in office same time as in otl
32. Assasinated
33. Dies in office per otl
35. Dies in office same time as in otl
36. Dies in office a year earlier than in otl, due to the added stresses of the Presidency
39. Assasinated
41. Resigns office due to major scandal
42. Dies in office same time as in otl under simmilar circumstance
44. Assasinated
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« Reply #79 on: February 25, 2009, 11:57:17 pm »
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POD RFK survives

Robert Kennedy (1969-1977)
Ronald Reagan (1977-1985)
Robert Dole (1985-1989)
Edward Kennedy (1989-1997)
Albert Gore (1997-2001)
John McCain (2001-2009)
Barack Obama (2009-
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« Reply #80 on: February 26, 2009, 12:10:22 am »
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POD RFK survives

Robert Kennedy (1969-1977)
Ronald Reagan (1977-1985)
Robert Dole (1985-1989)
Edward Kennedy (1989-1997)
Albert Gore (1997-2001)
John McCain (2001-2009)
Barack Obama (2009-

I'm guessing Chappaquiddick never happened in this TL.
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« Reply #81 on: February 26, 2009, 12:51:07 am »
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POD RFK survives

Robert Kennedy (1969-1977)
Ronald Reagan (1977-1985)
Robert Dole (1985-1989)
Edward Kennedy (1989-1997)
Albert Gore (1997-2001)
John McCain (2001-2009)
Barack Obama (2009-

I'm guessing Chappaquiddick never happened in this TL.

Thats right, Senator Kennedy was visiting his brother, the President that night in this TL.
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« Reply #82 on: February 27, 2009, 06:49:27 pm »
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Point of Divergence: Dukakis Defeats Bush

Michael Dukakis 1989-1993
Robert Dole 1993-2001
Al Gore 2001-2005
George Allen 2005-
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« Reply #83 on: February 27, 2009, 08:53:51 pm »
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-Roosevelt does not run in 1912
27th: William Taft (R-OH) 1909-1917
28th: Teddy Roosevelt (R-NY) 1917-1919-died in office
29th: John Weeks (R-MA) 1919-1921
30th: James Cox (D-OH) 1921-1929
31st: Franklin Roosevelt (D-NY) 1929-1933
32nd: Herbert Hoover (R-CA) 1933-1941
33rd: John Nance Garner (D-TX) 1941-1949
34th: Thomas Dewey (R-NY) 1949-1953
35th: Lyndon Johnson (D-TX) 1953-1961
36th: Richard Nixon (R-CA) 1961-1967 -assassinated
37th: Henry Cabot Lodge JR (R-MA) 1967-1973
38th: John Kennedy (D-MA) 1973-1974- Died in office
39th: Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) 1974-1978-Died in office
40th: Robert Byrd (D-WV) 1978-1981
41st: Bob Dole (R-KS) 1981-1981 -assassinated
42nd: Daniel Evans (R-WA) 1981-1989
43rd: Howard Baker (R-TN) 1989-1993
44th: Paul Tsongas (D-MA) 1993-1996-resigned
45th: Dick Gephart (D-MO) 1996-1997
46th: Colin Powell (R-NY) 1997-2005
47th: Bill Clinton (D-AR) 2005-2009
48th: Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) 2009-???
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« Reply #84 on: February 27, 2009, 09:09:00 pm »
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-Roosevelt does not run in 1912
27th: William Taft (R-OH) 1909-1917
28th: Teddy Roosevelt (R-NY) 1917-1919-died in office
29th: John Weeks (R-MA) 1919-1921
30th: James Cox (D-OH) 1921-1929
31st: Franklin Roosevelt (D-NY) 1929-1933
32nd: Herbert Hoover (R-CA) 1933-1941
33rd: John Nance Garner (D-TX) 1941-1949
34th: Thomas Dewey (R-NY) 1949-1953
35th: Lyndon Johnson (D-TX) 1953-1961
36th: Richard Nixon (R-CA) 1961-1967 -assassinated
37th: Henry Cabot Lodge JR (R-MA) 1967-1973
38th: John Kennedy (D-MA) 1973-1974- Died in office
39th: Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) 1974-1978-Died in office
40th: Robert Byrd (D-WV) 1978-1981
41st: Bob Dole (R-KS) 1981-1981 -assassinated
42nd: Daniel Evans (R-WA) 1981-1989
43rd: Howard Baker (R-TN) 1989-1993
44th: Paul Tsongas (D-MA) 1993-1996-resigned
45th: Dick Gephart (D-MO) 1996-1997
46th: Colin Powell (R-NY) 1997-2005
47th: Bill Clinton (D-AR) 2005-2009
48th: Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) 2009-???

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« Reply #85 on: February 27, 2009, 10:27:35 pm »
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Here's my stuck in limbo RFK timeline

Robert Kennedy/Ralph Yarborough 1969-1977
Ronald Reagan/Brian Schweiker 1977-1985
Julian Bond/George McGovern 1985-1989*
Jack Kemp/Pierre DuPont 1989-1997
Al Gore/Harris Wofford 1997-2001
John McCain/Christine Todd Whitman 2001-2009
Joseph Patrick Kennedy II/Mark Warner 2009-Present

*=Bond served as the equivalent of HUD secretary under RFK. He then defeated Wyche Fowler for Georgia's 5th Congressional District in 1978
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« Reply #86 on: February 28, 2009, 07:27:56 pm »
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Colin Powell In 2000

Colin Powell 2001-2009
Mike Bloomberg 2009-Present
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« Reply #87 on: February 28, 2009, 08:37:38 pm »
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Here's a new one POD... Jimmy doesn't appoint Volcker to the Fed, and The Economic Recession of 1982 lasts untill the 1984 General Election.

39. James E. Carter Jr(D-GA): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ronald W. Reagan(R-CA): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1985
41. Hugh L. Carey(D-NY): January 20th 1985-January 20th 1993
42. Jesse Jackson(D-IL): January 20th 1993-January 20th 1997

43. Ross Perot(REF-TX): January 20th 1997-January 20th 2001
44. Elizabeth Dole(R-NC): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
45. Gary Locke(D-WA): January 20th 2009-???
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« Reply #88 on: February 28, 2009, 08:48:24 pm »
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POD: Dwight Eisenhower dies of a heart attack on Labor Day 1952.

Adlai Stevenson/John Sparkman (1953-1957)
Thomas Dewey/Everett Dirksen (1957-1965)
John F. Kennedy/George Smathers (1965-1973)
Barry Goldwater/Robert Griffin (1973-1977)
Robert F. Kennedy/James E. Carter (1977-1985)
James E. Carter/Gary Hart (1985-1989) (1)
Jack Kemp/William Roth (1989-1997)
Dianne Feinstein/Albert Gore Jr. (1997-2005)
George Allen/Larry Craig (2005-2009) (2)
Kathleen Kennedy Townshend/Barack Obama (2009-Present) (3)

(1) Carter did not seek reelection in 1988 for health reasons.
(2) President Allen was hurt by his use of the word "macaca," stories of secret guilty plea by Vice President Craig in relation to a gay sex bathroom incident when he was a Senator, and the recession of 2008 that resulted in several banks declaring bankruptcy. Allen replaced Craig on the ticket with Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
(3) Kennedy Townshend was elected Governor of Maryland in 2002 and served until her election as President. Lt Governor Kweisi Mfume moved up to Governor.


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« Reply #89 on: February 28, 2009, 09:02:35 pm »
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Here's a new one POD... Jimmy doesn't appoint Volcker to the Fed, and The Economic Recession of 1982 lasts untill the 1984 General Election.

39. James E. Carter Jr(D-GA): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ronald W. Reagan(R-CA): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1985
41. Hugh L. Carey(D-NY): January 20th 1985-January 20th 1993
42. Jesse Jackson(D-IL): January 20th 1993-January 20th 1997

43. Ross Perot(REF-TX): January 20th 1997-January 20th 2001
44. Elizabeth Dole(R-NC): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
45. Gary Locke(D-WA): January 20th 2009-???

President Locke? Intresting.
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Here's a new list guys...The POD is that the Assasination Attempt on President Truman by Collazo and Torresola is successful.

33. Harry S. Truman(D-MO): April 12 1945-November 1st 1950*
34. Alben W. Barkley(D-KY): November 1st 1950-January 20th 1957

35. Prescott Bush(R-CT): January 20th 1957-December 11th 1960*
36. William F. Knowland(R-CA): December 11th 1960-January 20th 1969

37. Lyndon B. Johnson(D-TX): January 20th 1969-January 22nd 1973*
38. Edward M. Kennedy(D-MA): January 22nd 1973-January 20th 1981

39. Spiro Agnew(R-MD): January 20th 1981-October 10th 1983*
40. Howard H. Baker Jr.(R-TN): October 10th 1983-January 20th 1989
41. Edward Brooke(R-MA): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1997

42. Ann Richards(D-TX): January 20th 1997-Sept 13th 2004*
43. Bill Bradley(D-NJ): Sept 13th 2004-January 20th 2009

44. John Ellis "Jeb" Bush(R-CT): January 20th 2009-???

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33. President Truman awakes from his nap early, decides to take a breath of fresh air outside the Blair House. Torresola manages to kill the President as well as Officer Cofflet.
35. While vacationing in Palm Springs, Florida...President Bush is assainated by 73 year old, fomer Postal Worker Richard P. Pavlick, when the old man ramed his dynamite-laden Buick into Bush's vehicle. The suicide bombing occured a little bit over a month after President Bush won a landslide victory over Democratic Presidential nominee; Senator Stuart Symington of Missouri
37. Stress over the escalation of the Vietnam War, caused President Johnson to have his third and final heartattack while in the oval office.
39. President Agnew is forced to resign Office after charges were brought up against the 39th President for Bribery, money laundering and Tax evasion. Agnew is a little bit more careful ITTL so it takes a longer for his dealings to be found out, but Agnew is still Agnew.
42. The stress from the Presidency which prompted President Richards to smoke more than usual accelerated her esophagul cancer while in office, thus having her die sooner ITTL.

Seem like a plausibe list.
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« Reply #91 on: March 03, 2009, 02:17:08 am »
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Colin Powell 2001-2009
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« Reply #92 on: March 06, 2009, 02:20:48 pm »
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Ok Im about two 1976 Scenario's

1. Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson of Washing is able to best Carter in the Primaries, clinches the nomination with Governor Rueben Askew of Florida as his running mate. Scoop is able to beat Ford in the General Election with a fairly decent margin of victory. The nation as a  whole ITTL's 2009, is a much more centrist place after the almost 30 year hold on the Presidency. The Neoconservatives have stuck with Democrats, with the Republicans holding on to a more Realpolitk like dogma.  The South is also more competetive for the Democrats, via the Presidencies of Jackson, Askew and Wilder.

38. Gerald R. Ford Jr.(R-MI): August 9th 1974-January 20th 1977
39. Henry "Scoop" M. Jackson(D-WA): January 20th 1977-September 1st 1983*
40. Reubin OD Askew(D-FA): September 1st 1983-January 20th 1989*

41. Paul D. Laxalt(R-NV): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1997
42. Paul Wellstone(D-MN): January 20th 1997-Oct 25th 2002*
43. Douglas Wilder(D-VA): Oct 25th 2002-January 20th 2009

44. James Richard "Rick" Perry(R-TX): January 20th 2009-???

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39. Scoop Jackson has a better handle on foriegn policy and knows how to work with the Democratic-controlled congress, thus not loosing their support. He successfully rescues the Hostages from Iran during the 1980 Presidential Campaign. The rally around the flag support extends to election day, winning him a second term against Ronald Reagan in a landslide. However, he dies at his desk in the oval office at the age of 71 due to an aortic anuyerism on Sept 2st 1983.
40. Rueben Askew comes into office luckily right as the economy begins to turn around due to Jackson's appointment of Volcker to the Fed. He wins the 1984 Election against George H.W. Bush in massive Landslide. However his direct involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal seriously hurts his view in the American People's eyes. He does not seek a second term, and his Vice President Gary Hart looses a close election to Reagan ally Senator Laxalt of Nevada.
42. President Wellstone '96 nomination was largely reactionary, as the Democrats needed a Progressive after their third place loss following Ross Perot. He wins the Presidency on a plurailty and soon wins over many Perot voters for bringing the first true Universal Healthcare system in the US, Welfare reform and enviormental issues. After being reelected on a comfortable margin, President Wellstone and his family are killed ITTL's version of the 911 attacks when a suicide bomber rammed a truck full of high explosives into a school gymnasium.  President Wellstone was in a town hall meeting for Congressional canidates when he was killed.



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« Reply #93 on: March 06, 2009, 05:03:53 pm »
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Ok here is my second atl 1976 scenario


2. What if Ronald Reagan won the 1976 nomination against President Ford? Reagan is able to peel away the Missisippi delegation from Ford and after several rounds of balloting wins the nomination. Running as an Washington Outsider, Reagan uses his charisma to win out against Jimmy Carter in an extremley close election. The ultimate result however that ITTL America is a center-left country and that The Democrats have won five of the last seven elections.

38. Gerald R. Ford Jr.(R-MI): August 9th 1974-January 20th 1977
39. Ronald W. Reagan(R-CA): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981*

40. Morris "Mo" K. Udall(D-AZ): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989*
41. Hugh L. Carey(D-NY): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

42. Carroll Campbell(R-SC): January 20th 1993-January 20th 2001
43. Harvey Gantt(D-SC): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009*
44. Willard Mitt Romney(R-MA): January 20th 2009-???

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39. Reagan goes the way of Carter ITTL' as he fumbles the Iran Hostage Rescue Operation, made a strong push for Nuclear Energy untill Half-mile island, and with the economy still in the toilet there is little chance of a Reagan victory in '80.
40. President Udall ushers in a new liberal age, as he presided over recovered economy, a growing Enviormentalist movement, Universal Health care etc. He would also beat former Vice President  a Shweiker in a landslide during the '84 election. Udall with his comedic charm is able to hide hjis battle with Parkinson's disease for most of his term. In late 1987 he finally discloses the disease to the American people, but refuses to resign the office.
43. The First African-American President of the United States, Harvey Gantt although he beat Senator Helms in 1990 due to the popularity of the Carey adminstration is only able to make it into the White House after a House Vote. The aggresive campaigns of Senator Gantt and Vice President Kemp deadlock the electoral college 269-to-269. With a Democratic majority since 1998, Harvey Gantt assumes the Presidency. He also wins another extremley close election in 2004 against Senator John McCain of Arizona.
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The Gipper Goes Down: Reagan Assassinated

40. Ronald Reagan 1981
41. George Bush 1981-1989
42. Gary Hart 1989-1993
43. Colin Powell 1993-2001
44. George W. Bush 2001-2005
J45. John Kerry 2005-2009
46. Kay Bailey Hutchison[ 2009-2017/color]
47. Mark Warner 2017-2023
48. Evan Bayh 2023-2025
49. Gabrielle Giffords 2025-
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« Reply #95 on: March 06, 2009, 08:46:46 pm »
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Bush Pulls a Rabbit from a Hat

41. George Bush/Dan Quayle 1989-1997
42. Colin Powell/Jack Kemp 1997-20011
43. Bob Kerrey/Angus King 2001-2009
44. Jeb Bush/Kay Bailey Hutchison 2009-

1 Powell decides to retire in 2000, citing his desire to spend more time with his family. Though he enjoys relatively high popularity, he faces an uphill battle for reelection, mostly due to Republicans having occupied the White House for twenty years. Jack Kemp, his Vice President, is defeated by Senator Bob Kerrey.
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« Reply #96 on: March 08, 2009, 11:32:34 pm »
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42. Ross Perot 1993-1997
43. Colin Powell 1997-2005*
44. John Kerry 2005-2009
45. George Allen 2009-Present

*Colin Powell declares himself a Democrat, runs, and wins in 1996 after Perot decides not to run again.
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Here is a new list...Based on the scenario, that former Gov. George Wallace of Alabama wins the 1968 election.  It results in a 2009 America having a truly third-party system.

37. George Wallace(AI-AL): January 20th 1969-May 15th 1972*
38. Curtis E. LeMay(AI-CA): May 15th 1972-January 20th 1973

39. Nelson A. Rockefeller(R-NY): January 20th 1973-January 26th 1979*
40. John Tower(R-TX): January 26th 1979-January 20th 1985

41. John H. Glenn Jr.(D-OH): January 20th 1985-January 20th 1993
42. H. Ross Perot(AI-TX): January 20th 1993-January 20th 1997
43. Colin Powell(R-NY): January 20th 1997-January 20th 2005
44. John Edwards(D-NC): January 20th 2005-January 20th 2009
45. Sarah Palin(AI-AK): January 20th 2009-???

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37. Wallace wins the '68 election after a wore serious of Riots springs up in the South and the northern industrial cities during the General Election. Nixon is recored in one of his drunken rages, which is used by the Wallace campaign to showcase Tricky Dick as even tricker. He wins an extremley close election, and due to his hard line against Anti-war and Problack protesters he gains a large well support within middle class America. He is assasinated by the crazed Arthur Bremer at a Campaign stop in Maryland.
38. Ronald Reagan does not run in '72 after Wallace's death with a fear of a split in the conservative coice which could shift the election to McGovern/Chisholm. Rocky finally gets the nomination, and wins the election on a comfortable margin. He dies from a heartattack at his desk in the Oval Office during the same time
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16th:Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865
17th:Hannibal Hamlin 1865-1873

18th:Ulysses S. Grant 1873-1877
19th:Samuel J. Tilden 1877-1881
20th:James G. Blaine 1881-1889
21th:Grover Cleveland 1889-1897
22th:Thomas B. Reed 1897-1901
23th:Theodore Roosevelt 1901-1917
24th:Charles Hughes 1917-1921

25th:William G. McAdoo 1921-1929
26th:John W. Davis 1929-1933

27th:Herbert Hoover 1933-1949
28th:Robert Taft 1949-1953
29th:Earl Warren 1953-1961
30th:Richard Nixon 1961-1963
31th:Henry C. Lodge 1963-1965

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Here is my new list...based on the POD that FDR keeps Wallace as his VP in '44, thus ensuring that Henry Wallace becomes President in April of 1945.

32. Franklin D. Roosevelt(D-NY): March 4th 1933-April 12th 1945*
33. Henry A. Wallace(D-IA): April 12th 1945-January 20th 1949

34. Thomas E. Dewey(R-NY): January 20th 1949-January 20th 1957
35. Earl Warren(R-CA): January 20th 1957-January 20th 1961

36. Lyndon B. Johnson(D-TX): January 20th 1961-November 22nd 1963*
37. John F. Kennedy(D-MA): November 22nd 1963-June 6th 1968*
38. Terry Sanford(D-NC): June 6th 1968-January 20th 1973

39. Spiro Agnew(R-MD): January 20th 1973-August 9th 1974*
40. Robert "Bob" Dole(R-KA): August 9th 1974-January 20th 1981

41. Edmund S. "Ed" Muskie(D-MI): January 20th 1981-March 26th 1986*
42. Lloyd M. Bentsen(D-TX): March 26th 1986-January 20th 1993

43. Thomas H. Kean(R-NJ): January 20th 1993-January 20th 2001
44. James D. "Dan" Quayle(IN): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2005

45. Condoleezza Rice(D-CA): January 20th 2005-???

notes.

32. FDR goes with his intial choice to keep Wallace as his VP,ignoring the call of party leaders to drop him. Roosevelt dies of an Cerebral hemmorage as he did in otl.
36. LBJ due to the stresses of the Presidency has his third and final heart-attack  while in the Oval Office in TTL's November 22nd 1963.
37. The popular President JFK is assasinated in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles California by Sirhan Sirhan.
39. Spiro Agnew is the first President to resign the office, after powerful revalations are made by Congress of bribery charges by the 39th President.
41. 72 year old President Muskie dies of Congestive heart-failure in his sleep on March 26th 1986.
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