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« Reply #350 on: August 16, 2009, 08:17:49 pm »
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Just for fun. No sensibility at all.
1) George Washington (I-VA)/John Adams (F-MA) 1789-1797
2) Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA)/John Adams (F-MA) 1797-1801
3) John Adams (F-MA)/Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA) 1801-1805
4) Charles C. Pinckiney (F-SC)/Rufus King (F-NY) 1805-1813
5) Dewitt Clinton (F-NY)/Jared Ingersoll (F-PA) 1813-1817
6) Rufus King (F-NY)/John Edger Howard (F-MD) 1817-1821
7) James Monroe (DR-VA)/Daniel D. Tompkins (DR-NY) 1821-1825
8 ) Andrew Jackson (DR-TN)/John C. Calhoun (DR-SC) 1825-1829
9) John Q. Adams (NR-MA)/Richard Rush (NR-PA) 1829-1833
10) William Wirt (AMa-MD)/Amos Ellmaker (AMa-PA) 1833-1837
11) William Henry Harrison (W-OH)/Francis P. Granger (W-NY) 1837-1841
12) James G. Birney (L-NY)/Thomas Earl (L-PA) 1841-1845|Thomas Morris (L-OH) 1845-1849
13) Martin Van Buren (FS-NY)/Charles Francis Adams Sr. (FS-MA) 1849-1853
14) John Parker Hale (FS-NH)/George Washington Julian (FS-IN) 1853-1857
15) Millard Fillmore (KN-NY)/Andrew Jackson Donelson (KN-TN) 1857-1861
16) John Bell (CU-TN)/Edward Everett (CU-MA) 1861-1865
17) George Brinton McClellan (D-NJ)/George Hunt Pendleton (D-OH) 1865-1869
18) Horatio Seymour (D-NY)/Francis Preston Blair Jr. (D-MO) 1869-1873
19) Ulysses S. Grant (R-IL)/Henry Wilson (R-MA) 1873-1877
20) Peter Cooper (GL-NY)/Samuel Fenton Cary (GL-OH) 1877-1881
21) James Baird Weaver (GL-IA)/Benjamin J. Chambers (GL-TX) 1881*
22) Benjamin J. Chambers (GL-TX) 1881-1885
23) Benjamin Franklin Butler (GL-MA)/Absolem Madden West (GL-MS) 1885-1889
24) Clinton Bowen Fisk (P-NJ)/John Anderson Brooks (P-MO) 1889-1893
25) Benjamin J. Chambers (Po-TX)/James Gaven Field (Po-VA) 1893-1897
26) John McAuley Palmer (D-IL)/Simon Bolivar Buckner (D-KY) 1897-1901
27) John Granville Wooley (P-IL)/Henry Brewer Metcalf (P-OH) 1901*
28) Henry Brewer Metcalf (P-OH) 1901-1905
29) Eugene Victor Debs (S-IN)/Benjamin Hanford 1905-1913
30) William Howard Taft (R-OH)/Nicholas Murray Butler (R-NY) 1913-1917
31) Allan Louis Benson (S-NY)/George Ross Kirkpatrick (S-NJ) 1917-1921
32) Eugene Victor Debs (S-IN)/Seymour Stedman (S-IL) 1921-1925
33) Robert Marion LaFollete (Pr-WS)/Burton Kendall Wheeler (Pr-MT) 1925
34) Burton Kendall Wheeler (Pr-MT) 1925-1929
35) Norman Thomas (S-NY)/James H. Maurer (S-PA) 1929-1937
36) William Lemke (U-ND)/Thomas C. O'Brien (U-MA 1937-1941
37) Norman Thomas (S-NY)/Maynard C. Krueger (S-IL) 1941-1945|Darlington Hoopes (S-PA) 1945-1949
38) James Strom Thurmond (Di-SC)/Fielding Lewis Wright (Di-MS) 1949-1953
39) Vincent Hallinan (Pr-CA)/Charlotta Base (Pr-NY) 1953-1957
40) T. Coleman Andrews (SR-VA)/Thomas Werdel (SR-CA) 1957-1961
41) Harry Flood Bryd (SR-VA)/James Strom Thurmond (SR-SC) 1961-1963*
42) James Strom Thurmond (SR-SC)/Vacant 1963-1965|Jim Eastland (SR-AL) 1965-1969
43) George Corley Wallace (AI-AL)/Curtis Emerson LeMay (AI-CA) 1969-1973
44) John G. Schmitz (AI-CA)/Thomas J. Anderson (AI-TN) 1973-1977
45) Eugene McCarthy (I-MN)/Walter Fredrick Mondale (D-MN) 1977-1981
46) John Baynard Anderson (I-IL)/Patrick Joseph Lucey (I-WS) 1981*
47) Patrick Joseph Lucey (I-WS)/Howard Baker (R-TN) 1981-1985
48) David Bergland (Li-CA)/Jim Lewis (Li-CT) 1985-1989
49) Ron Paul (Li-TX)/Andre V. Marrou (Li-AL) 1989-1993
50) Ross Perot (I-TX)/James Stockdale (I-CA) 1993-1997
      Ross Perot (R-TX)/Pat Choate (R-DC) 1997-2001
51) Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Winona LaDuke (G-MN) 2001-2005
      Ralph Nader (I-CT)/Peter Camejo (I-CA) 2005-2009|Matt Gonzalez (I-CA) 2009-Current

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« Reply #351 on: August 16, 2009, 11:17:15 pm »
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42. Phyllis M. Schlafly (R-IL): January 20th 1985-January 20th 1993***

Atleast I wouldn't have a memory of her presidency.

And she seems like the most unlikely first woman president.
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« Reply #352 on: August 17, 2009, 06:04:27 am »
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FDR DOSEN'T RUN FOR A THIRD TERM

This list simply proposes that FDR honors his early "promise" and decides not to run for reelection. Jim Farley beats Garner and Hull for the nomination with FDR's support. The two following TL's go over whether Farley wins or not.

Farley Wins
Jim Farley: 1941-1948*
Tom Dewey: 1948-1956
Adlai Stevenson: 1956-1961
Richard Nixon: 1961-1969**
Hubert Humphrey: 1969-1973
Nelson Rockefeller: 1973-1977
Scoop Jackson: 1977-1983***
Birch Bayh: 1983-1989
Jack Kemp: 1989-1997
Lamar Alexander: 1997-2001
Jon Kennedy Jr.: 2001-2009
Jesse Jasckson Jr.: 2009-Prsent
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« Reply #353 on: August 17, 2009, 06:12:12 am »
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Farley Looses
Charles Lindbergh (R): 1941-1945
Alben Barkley (D): 1945-1949
Bob Taft (R): 1949-1953*
Earl Warren (R): 1953-1957
Estes Kefauver (D): 1957-1965
Nelson Rockefeller (R): 1965-1969
Hubert Humphrey (D): 1969-1973
Nelson Rockefeller (R): 1973-1977
Ronald Reagan (D): 1977-1985
John Connally (D): 1985-1989
Bob DOle (R): 1989-1993
Dick Gephardt (D): 1993-2001
John McCain (R): 2001-2009
John Edwards (D): 2009-Present
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« Reply #354 on: August 17, 2009, 08:07:02 am »
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From first TL where I killed and otherwise removed many Presidents:

32. Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY), March 4, 1933 - June 12, 1944
33. Henry A. Wallace (D-IO), June 12, 1944 - January 20, 1945
34. Wendell L. Willkie (R-NY), January 20, 1945 - October 6, 1946
35. Arthur H. Vandenberg (R-MI), October 6, 1946 - April 18, 1951
36. Robert A. Taft (R-OH), April 18, 1951 - July 31, 1953
37. Richard M. Nixon (R-CA), July 31, 1953 - January 20, 1957
38. Ernest W. McFarland (D-AZ), January 20, 1957 - January 20, 1961
39. Adlai E. Stevenson (D-IL), January 20, 1961 - October 24, 1963
40. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX), October 24, 1963 - March 16, 1968
41. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-MN), March 16, 1968 - November 10, 1972
42. Albert P. Brewer (D-AL), November 10, 1972 - January 20, 1973
43. Spiro T. Agnew (R-MD), January 20, 1973 - May 27, 1974
44. Everett M. Dirksen (R-IL), May 27, 1974 - June 7, 1974
45. Carl B. Albert (D-OK), June 7, 1974 - August 6, 1974
46. Gerald R. Ford (R-MI), August 6, 1974 - September 22, 1975
47. Nelson A. Rockefeller (R-NY), September 22, 1975 - January 20, 1977
48. Reubin O'D Askew (D-FL), January 20, 1977 - January 20, 1981
49. Phillip M. Crane (R-IL), January 20, 1981 - March 31, 1981
50. George H. W. Bush (R-TX), March 31, 1981 - January 20, 1985
51. Walter F. Mondale (D-MN), January 20, 1985 - January 20, 1989
52. Robert J. Dole (R-KS), January 20, 1989 - February 3, 1991
53. H. Guy Hunt (R-AL), February 3, 1991 - January 20, 1993
54. H. Ross Perot (I-TX), January 20, 1993 - February 12, 1996
55. Warren B. Rudman (I-NH), February 12, 1996 - January 20, 1997
56. Albert A. Gore, Jr. (D-TN), January 20, 1997 - September 11, 2001
57. Howard B. Dean (D-VT), September 11, 2001 - January 20, 2005
58. Robert C. Byrd (D-WV), January 20, 2005 - February 8, 2005
59. John S. McCain III (R-AZ), February 8, 2005 - April 17, 2007
60. John E. Bush (R-FL), April 17, 2007 - January 20, 2009
61. Joseph R. Biden (D-DE), January 20, 2009 - present

Vice Presidents:

33. Henry A. Wallace (D-IO), January 20, 1941 - June 12, 1944
Vacant, June 12, 1944 - January 20, 1945
34. Arthur H. Vandenberg (R-MI), January 20, 1945 - October 6, 1946
Vacant, October 6, 1946 - January 20, 1949
35. Robert A. Taft (R-OH), January 20, 1949 - April 18, 1951
36. Richard M. Nixon (R-CA), January 20, 1953 - July 31, 1953
Vacant, July 31, 1953 - October 17, 1953
37. Edward J. Thye (R-MN), October 17, 1953 - January 20, 1957
38. Adlai E. Stevenson (D-IL), January 20, 1957 - January 20, 1961
39. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX), January 20, 1961 - October 24, 1963
Vacant, October 24, 1963 - December 20, 1963
40. J. William Fulbright (D-AR), December 20, 1963 - January 20, 1965
41. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-MN), January 20, 1965 - March 16, 1968
Vacant, March 16, 1968 - April 27, 1968
42. Clinton P. Anderson (D-NM), April 27, 1968 - January 20, 1969
43. Ernest F. Hollings (D-SC), January 20, 1969 - December 12, 1971
Vacant, December 12, 1971 - March 2, 1972
44. Albert P. Brewer (D-AL), March 2, 1972 - November 10, 1972
Vacant, November 10, 1972 - January 20, 1973
45. Everett M. Dirksen (R-IL), January 20, 1973 - May 27, 1974
Vacant, May 27, 1974 - August 1, 1974
46. Gerald R. Ford (R-MI), August 1, 1974 - August 6, 1974
Vacant, August 6, 1974 - November 3, 1974
47. Nelson A. Rockefeller (R-NY), November 3, 1974 - September 22, 1975
Vacant, September 22, 1975 - December 21, 1975
48. Paul J. Fannin (R-NV), December 21, 1975 - January 20, 1977
49. Walter F. Mondale (D-MN), January 20, 1977 - January 20, 1981
50. George H. W. Bush (R-TX), January 20, 1981 - March 31, 1981
Vacant, March 31, 1981 - June 7, 1981
51. Paul D. Laxalt (R-NV), June 7, 1981 - January 20, 1985
52. Lloyd M. Bentsen (D-TX), January 20, 1985 - January 20, 1989
53. H. Guy Hunt (R-AL), January 20, 1989 - February 3, 1991
Vacant, February 3, 1991 - April 3, 1991
54. Warren B. Rudman (R-NH), April 3, 1991 - January 5, 1992
Vacant, January 5, 1992 - January 20, 1993
55. Warren B. Rudman (I-NH), January 20, 1993 - February 12, 1996
Vacant, February 12, 1996 - March 1, 1996
56. Howell T. Heflin (D-AL), March 1, 1996 - January 20, 1997
57. Lawton M. Chiles (D-FL), January 20, 1997 - December 12, 1998
Vacant, December 12, 1998 - January 28, 1999
58. Howard B. Dean (D-VT), January 28, 1999 - September 11, 2001
Vacant, September 11, 2001 - October 9, 2001
59. Samuel A. Nunn (D-GA), October 9, 2001 - January 20, 2005
Vacant, January 20, 2005 - February 8, 2005
60. John E. Bush (R-FL), February 8, 2005 - April 17, 2007
Vacant, April 17, 2007 - June 7, 2007
61. Fred D. Thompson (R-TN), June 7, 2007 - January 20, 2009
62. Artur G. Davis (D-AL), January 20, 2009 - present
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« Reply #355 on: August 18, 2009, 08:51:41 am »
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Ok here's a new list, following the trend of making Candidates who didn't have a chance in hell winning the Presidency,and  actually somehow win the Presidency.

Hoover defeats Roosevelt TL

31. Herbert Hoover (R-CA): March 4th 1929-March 15th 1933*
32. Charles Curtis (R-KA): March 15th 1933-Febuary 8th 1936*
33. Henry L. Stimson (R-NY): February 8th 1936-March 4th 1937

34. Albert C. Ritchie (D-MD): March 4th 1937-Feburary 24th 1944*
36. James M. Curley (D-MA): February 24th 1944-January 20th 1953

37. Raymond E. Baldwin(R-CT): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
38. Frank J. Lausche (D-OH): January 20th 1961-April 21st 1963*
39. George B. Timmerman Jr. (D-SC): April 21st 1963-January 20th 1969

40. Daniel J. Evans (R-WA): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1977
41. J. Terry Sanford (D-NC): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
42. Henry J. Hyde (R-IL): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
43. Christopher S. “Kit” Bond (R-MO): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

44. Harold L. Washington (D-IL): January 20th 1993-November 25th 1997***
45. Larry Agran (D-CA): November 25th 1997-January 20th 2001

46. Dirk A. Kempthorne (R-ID): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
47. Kathleen Sebelius (D-KA): January 20th 2009-???***

Notes.

31. Assassinated by Giusepeppe Zangara during a visit to Chicago, Illinois.
32. Died in office of a massive heart attack.
34. Died in office from a cerebral hemorrhage.
38. Assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas.
44. First African American President, died in office due to congestive heart failure
47. First Female President.
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« Reply #356 on: August 20, 2009, 03:07:27 pm »
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42. Albert Arnold Gore, Jr. (D-TN) // Joseph Isadore "Joe" Lieberman: January 20th 2001 - January 20th 2009
43. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) // Evan Bayh (D-IN): January 20th 2009 - January 20th 2012
44. Charlie Crist (R - FL) // Bobby Jindal (R - LA): January 20th 2012 - March 18th 2011*
45. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) // (See Below) March 18th 2011 - January 20th 2020
                                     John McCain (R-AZ): March 25th 2011 - January 20th 2012**
                                     Peter King (R-NY):   January 20th 2012 - January 20th 2016
                                     Eric Cantor (R-VA):  January 20th 2016 - January 20th 2020
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« Reply #357 on: August 20, 2009, 03:39:28 pm »
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Charlie Crist assassinated?
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« Reply #358 on: August 20, 2009, 07:57:35 pm »
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Charlie Crist assassinated?
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I felt like someone needed to be assassinated...I couldn't think of a good reason though.
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« Reply #359 on: August 20, 2009, 08:17:18 pm »
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Charlie Crist assassinated?
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I felt like someone needed to be assassinated...I couldn't think of a good reason though.

Don't worry, I've killed so many people in my Timelines so I can't even count them Wink
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« Reply #360 on: August 20, 2009, 08:28:04 pm »
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Charlie Crist assassinated?
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I felt like someone needed to be assassinated...I couldn't think of a good reason though.

It was an outraged homophobic far right winger after finding out that Charlie Crist and Rick Perry are really gay lovers.
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« Reply #361 on: August 21, 2009, 05:32:10 pm »
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Populists Ascendant.


24. James Weaver (P-IA): March 4th 1893-March 4th 1901
25. James S. “Big Jim” Hogg (D-TX): March 4th 1901-March 3rd 1906*
26. David B. Hill (D-NY): March 3rd 1906-March 4th 1909

27. Joseph B. Foraker (R-OH): March 4th 1909-March 4th 1913
28. Eugene V. Debs (P-IN): March 4th 1913-March 4th 1921
29. Thomas R. Marshall (D-IN): March 4th 1921-June 1st 1925*
30. Carter Glass (D-VA): June 1st 1925-March 4th 1929
31. Alfred E. Smith Jr. (D-NY): March 4th 1929-March 4th 1933

32. Irvine L. Lenroot (P-WI): March 4th 1933-January 20th 1941
33. Hugh S. Johnson (P-KA): January 20th 1941-April 15th 1942*
34. Alben W. Barkley (P-KY): April 15th 1942-January 20th 1949

35. Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. (D-MA): January 20th 1949-January 20th 1953
36. Henry A. Wallace (P-IA): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
37. Barry M. Goldwater (D-AZ): January 20th 1961-December 30th 1963*
38. Norris H. Cotton (D-NH): December 20th 1963-January 20th 1969

39. Eugene J. “Gene” McCarthy (P-MN): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1973
40. Wilbur D. Mills (D-AK): January 20th 1973-January 20th 1981
41. Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson (D-WA): January 20th 1981-September 1st 1983*
42. Dolph Briscoe Jr. (D-TX): September 1st 1983-January 20th 1985

43. Fred R. Harris (P-OK): January 20th 1985-January 20th 1993
44. Kent Conrad (D-ND) January 20th 1993-January 20th 1997
45. Alfred C. “Al” Sharpton Jr. (P-NY) January 20th 1997-October 18th 2001***
46. Joseph R. “Bob” Kerrey (P-NE): October 18th 2001-January 20th 2009

47. Katherine Harris (D-FL): January 20th 2009-???***

Notes.

25. Died in Office
29. Died in Office due to a massive heart attack.
31. First Roman Catholic President
33. Died in Office.
36. Assassinated by Cuban Nationalist Fidel Castro, in Havana.
37. Died in Office due to an aortic aneurism.
45. First African American President, Assassinated in an Anthrax Bio-Terror attack in NYC.
47. First Female President.
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« Reply #362 on: August 21, 2009, 09:01:52 pm »
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1913-1919 Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)
1919-1929 Hiram Johnson (Progressive)
1929-1933 Burton K. Wheeler (Progressive)
1933-1945 Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat)
1945-1953 Harry S. Truman (Democrat)
1953-1961 Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
1961-1969 Richard Nixon (Republican)
1969-1977 John F. Kennedy (Democrat)
1977-1981 Gerald Ford (Republican)
1981-1989 Martin Luther King, Jr. (Democrat)
1989-1997 Ann Richards (Democrat)
2005-present Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democrat)
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« Reply #363 on: August 22, 2009, 12:20:53 am »
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1989-1997 Ann Richards (Democrat)
2005-present Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democrat)

Someone got lazy. We don't have a President for 7 years? The Second Civil War? haha
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oops! ok let me fix it

1989-1997 Ann Richards
1997-2005 Ralph Nader
2005-present Hillary Rodham Clinton
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Ok, Im running out of ideas for lists, but I stumbled upon one researching about Henry Ford. This is based on the pod that Ford wins the 1918 Michigan Senatorial Race against Newberry. He is chosen as the comprimise candidate during the 1924 US Presidential election. He wins a narrow victory, largely due to LaFollete's split of the GOP vote.

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30. John Calvin Coolidge Jr. (R-MA): August 2nd 1923-March 4th 1925
31. Henry Ford (D-MI): March 4th 1925-March 4th 1933
32. William F. Lemke (R-ND): March 4th 1933-March 4th 1941
33. William F. “Frank” Knox (R-IL): March 4th 1941-April 28th 1944*
34. Henry Styles Bridges (R-NH): April 28th 1944-January 20th 1953

35. Charles W. Sawyer (D-OH): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
36. James P. Mitchell (R-NJ): January 20th 1961-October 19th 1963*
37. William F. Knowland (R-CA): October 19th 1963-January 20th 1969

38. Henry “Hank” Ford II (D-MI): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1977
39. Charles M. “Mac” Mathias Jr. (R-MD): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ernest F. “Fritz” Hollings (D-SC): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
41. Edward I. “Ed” Koch (D-NY): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

42. Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV (R-DE): January 20th -1993-January 20th 2001
43. Zell B. Miller (D-GA): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
44. Francis “Hill” Harper (R-IA): January 20th 2009-???***

Notes

33. Died in office due to a massive heart attack.
36. Died in office due to congestive hear failure.
44. First African American President.
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Ok, Im running out of ideas for lists, but I stumbled upon one researching about Henry Ford. This is based on the pod that Ford wins the 1918 Michigan Senatorial Race against Newberry. He is chosen as the comprimise candidate during the 1924 US Presidential election. He wins a narrow victory, largely due to LaFollete's split of the GOP vote.

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30. John Calvin Coolidge Jr. (R-MA): August 2nd 1923-March 4th 1925
31. Henry Ford (D-MI): March 4th 1925-March 4th 1933
32. William F. Lemke (R-ND): March 4th 1933-March 4th 1941
33. William F. “Frank” Knox (R-IL): March 4th 1941-April 28th 1944*
34. Henry Styles Bridges (R-NH): April 28th 1944-January 20th 1953

35. Charles W. Sawyer (D-OH): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
36. James P. Mitchell (R-NJ): January 20th 1961-October 19th 1963*
37. William F. Knowland (R-CA): October 19th 1963-January 20th 1969

38. Henry “Hank” Ford II (D-MI): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1977
39. Charles M. “Mac” Mathias Jr. (R-MD): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ernest F. “Fritz” Hollings (D-SC): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
41. Edward I. “Ed” Koch (D-NY): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

42. Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV (R-DE): January 20th -1993-January 20th 2001
43. Zell B. Miller (D-GA): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
44. Francis “Hill” Harper (R-IA): January 20th 2009-???***

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33. Died in office due to a massive heart attack.
36. Died in office due to congestive hear failure.
44. First African American President.


Interesting... I didn't know Ford was a Democrat.
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Ok, Im running out of ideas for lists, but I stumbled upon one researching about Henry Ford. This is based on the pod that Ford wins the 1918 Michigan Senatorial Race against Newberry. He is chosen as the comprimise candidate during the 1924 US Presidential election. He wins a narrow victory, largely due to LaFollete's split of the GOP vote.

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30. John Calvin Coolidge Jr. (R-MA): August 2nd 1923-March 4th 1925
31. Henry Ford (D-MI): March 4th 1925-March 4th 1933
32. William F. Lemke (R-ND): March 4th 1933-March 4th 1941
33. William F. “Frank” Knox (R-IL): March 4th 1941-April 28th 1944*
34. Henry Styles Bridges (R-NH): April 28th 1944-January 20th 1953

35. Charles W. Sawyer (D-OH): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
36. James P. Mitchell (R-NJ): January 20th 1961-October 19th 1963*
37. William F. Knowland (R-CA): October 19th 1963-January 20th 1969

38. Henry “Hank” Ford II (D-MI): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1977
39. Charles M. “Mac” Mathias Jr. (R-MD): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ernest F. “Fritz” Hollings (D-SC): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
41. Edward I. “Ed” Koch (D-NY): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

42. Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV (R-DE): January 20th -1993-January 20th 2001
43. Zell B. Miller (D-GA): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
44. Francis “Hill” Harper (R-IA): January 20th 2009-???***

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33. Died in office due to a massive heart attack.
36. Died in office due to congestive hear failure.
44. First African American President.


Interesting... I didn't know Ford was a Democrat.

Nor did I.
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« Reply #368 on: August 22, 2009, 11:20:52 pm »
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Ok, Im running out of ideas for lists, but I stumbled upon one researching about Henry Ford. This is based on the pod that Ford wins the 1918 Michigan Senatorial Race against Newberry. He is chosen as the comprimise candidate during the 1924 US Presidential election. He wins a narrow victory, largely due to LaFollete's split of the GOP vote.

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30. John Calvin Coolidge Jr. (R-MA): August 2nd 1923-March 4th 1925
31. Henry Ford (D-MI): March 4th 1925-March 4th 1933
32. William F. Lemke (R-ND): March 4th 1933-March 4th 1941
33. William F. “Frank” Knox (R-IL): March 4th 1941-April 28th 1944*
34. Henry Styles Bridges (R-NH): April 28th 1944-January 20th 1953

35. Charles W. Sawyer (D-OH): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
36. James P. Mitchell (R-NJ): January 20th 1961-October 19th 1963*
37. William F. Knowland (R-CA): October 19th 1963-January 20th 1969

38. Henry “Hank” Ford II (D-MI): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1977
39. Charles M. “Mac” Mathias Jr. (R-MD): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ernest F. “Fritz” Hollings (D-SC): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
41. Edward I. “Ed” Koch (D-NY): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

42. Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV (R-DE): January 20th -1993-January 20th 2001
43. Zell B. Miller (D-GA): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
44. Francis “Hill” Harper (R-IA): January 20th 2009-???***

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33. Died in office due to a massive heart attack.
36. Died in office due to congestive hear failure.
44. First African American President.


Interesting... I didn't know Ford was a Democrat.

He was'nt......
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« Reply #369 on: August 22, 2009, 11:29:56 pm »
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Henry Ford would have been truly horrible. He was very pro-Hitler, and his book the International Jew - the world's foremost problem encouraged Hitler.
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« Reply #370 on: August 23, 2009, 09:51:55 am »
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Ok, Im running out of ideas for lists, but I stumbled upon one researching about Henry Ford. This is based on the pod that Ford wins the 1918 Michigan Senatorial Race against Newberry. He is chosen as the comprimise candidate during the 1924 US Presidential election. He wins a narrow victory, largely due to LaFollete's split of the GOP vote.

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30. John Calvin Coolidge Jr. (R-MA): August 2nd 1923-March 4th 1925
31. Henry Ford (D-MI): March 4th 1925-March 4th 1933
32. William F. Lemke (R-ND): March 4th 1933-March 4th 1941
33. William F. “Frank” Knox (R-IL): March 4th 1941-April 28th 1944*
34. Henry Styles Bridges (R-NH): April 28th 1944-January 20th 1953

35. Charles W. Sawyer (D-OH): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
36. James P. Mitchell (R-NJ): January 20th 1961-October 19th 1963*
37. William F. Knowland (R-CA): October 19th 1963-January 20th 1969

38. Henry “Hank” Ford II (D-MI): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1977
39. Charles M. “Mac” Mathias Jr. (R-MD): January 20th 1977-January 20th 1981
40. Ernest F. “Fritz” Hollings (D-SC): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
41. Edward I. “Ed” Koch (D-NY): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993

42. Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV (R-DE): January 20th -1993-January 20th 2001
43. Zell B. Miller (D-GA): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
44. Francis “Hill” Harper (R-IA): January 20th 2009-???***

Notes

33. Died in office due to a massive heart attack.
36. Died in office due to congestive hear failure.
44. First African American President.



Interesting... I didn't know Ford was a Democrat.


Lol, Look it up folks...If Newberry was the GOP Senator of Michigan from 1919 to I think 1925, Ford had to have been a Democrat to run against, I actually think that him and Wilson were actually pretty good friends(When you think about how much of a viruent Racist both of them were not to suprising lol.)

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In 1915 his peace ship, the Oskar II, sailed to Europe to seek an end to World War I. His suit against the Chicago Tribune for calling him an anarchist received unfortunate publicity. In 1918 his race for the U.S. Senate as a Democrat met a narrow defeat. Ford's saddest mistake was his approval of an anti-Semitic campaign waged by the Ford-owned newspaper, the Dearborn Independent.
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« Reply #371 on: August 23, 2009, 04:10:48 pm »
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President Kennedy the Younger
This basically presumes that Ted Kennedy beats Jimmy Carter for the 1980 Democratic Nomination and then goes on to narrowly beat Reagan.
1981-1989: Ted Kennedy-MA
1989-1993: Bob Dole-KS
1993-2001: Mario Cuomo-NY
2001-2009: John McCain-AZ

No Watergate, Ted doesn't run.
Richard Nixon-Spiro Agnew/John Connally 1969-1977
John Connally-Nelson Rockefeller 1977-1981 (Beats Mo Udall)
John Glenn-Reuben Askew 1981-1985
Ronald Reagan-Bob Dole 1985-1993
Doug Wilder-Al Gore 1993-2001
Elizabeth Dole-Tom Ridge 2001-2005
Dick Gephardt-John Kerry 2005-Present

No Watergate
Richard Nixon-Spiro Agnew/John Connally 1969-1977
Ted Kennedy-Lloyd Bentsen 1977-1981
Ronald Reagan-Howard Baker 1981-1989
Mario Cuomo-Dick Gephardt 1989-1997
Jack Kemp-Bob Dole 1997-2001
Dick Gephardt-Russ Feingold 2001-2005
Bill Owens-George Allen 2005-Present
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« Reply #372 on: August 23, 2009, 04:36:16 pm »
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Wow to think that Henry Ford is my ancestor and I didn't know what political party he was in! Wow, I thought he wass a republican for all these years.
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« Reply #373 on: August 24, 2009, 10:44:54 am »
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Here is list based on a Proto/Borderline ASB Timeline I wrote on Alternate History Discussion Board a while back. Ill post the link if anyone wants to read it... http://alternatehistory.net/discussion/showthread.php?t=91728&highlight=Blanche+Bruce

His Accidency...A Negro Timeline

20. James A. Garfield (R-OH): March 4th_September 19th 1881*
21. Chester A. Arthur (R-NY): September 19th-November 18th 1881*
22. Blanche K. Bruce (R-MI): November 18th 1881-March 4th 1885***

23. Grover Cleveland (D-NY): March 4th 1885-March 4th 1893
24. Walter Q. Gresham (R-IN): March 1893-May 28th 1895*
25. Marcus A. Hanana (R-OH): May 28th 1895-Feburary 15th 1904*
26. William O’C Bradley (R-KY): February 15th 1904-March 4th 1913

27. Morris Hillquit (S-NY): March 4th 1913-March 4th 1921
28. Leonard Wood (R-NH): March 4th 1921-August 7th 1927*
29. Irvine L. Lenroot (R-WI): August 7th 1927-March 4th 1933

30. Floyd B. Olson (S-MN): March 4th 1933-August 22nd 1936*
31. Norman M. Thomas (S-NY): August 22nd 1936-January 20th 1949***

32. Arthur H. Vandenberg (R-MI): January 20th 1949-April 18th 1951
33. B. Caroll Reece (R-TN): April 18th 1951-January 20th 1953

34. Wayne L. Morse (S-OR): January 20th 1953-January 20th 1961
35. Thomas LeRoy Collins (R-FL): January 20th 1961-January 20th 1969
36. Roman Hruska (R-NE): January 20th 1969-January 20th 1973

37. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. (S-NY): January 20th 1973-January 20th 1981***
38. Edward “Ed” Clark (R-CA): January 20th 1981-January 20th 1989
39. Jane Fonda (S-CA): January 20th 1989-January 20th 1993***
40. William F. Buckley Jr. (R-GA): January 20th 1993-January 20th 2001
41. Dennis J. Kucinich (S-OH): January 20th 2001-January 20th 2009
42. Robert “Bob” Menendez (S-NJ): January 20th 2009-???***


Notes.

20. Assassinated by Charles J. Guiteau as per OTL
21. Died in office due to a massive heart attack, due to complications of his Bright’s disease.
22. President Pro Tempore of the Sentate at the time of Arthur’s death, and thus being next inline to the Presidency, became the nation’s 1st African American President.
24. Died in Office
25. Died in Office due to typhoid fever.
28. Died in Office due to complications of Brain Tumor removal surgery.
30. Died in office due to stomach cancer.
31. First President to Break the Two-Term Washington Tradition.
37. First Elected African American President
39. First Female President
42. First Hispanic American President.
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« Reply #374 on: August 24, 2009, 12:04:06 pm »
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27. Morris Hillquit (S-NY): March 4th 1913-March 4th 1921

This is why Hilquit could not be POTUS.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morris_Hilquit

32. Arthur H. Vandenberg (R-MI): January 20th 1949-April 18th 1951

You forgot to mention 4/18/51 was his date of death.


37. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. (S-NY): January 20th 1973-January 20th 1981***

Did butterflies extend his life?

40. William F. Buckley Jr. (R-GA): January 20th 1993-January 20th 2001

I guess Buckley did not want to pay his taxes to NYS. So he moved down south.
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