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« Reply #1100 on: April 07, 2012, 10:02:10 pm »
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47. President Robert Redford was elected president in 2000 by a wide-margin with Texas Congressman Martin Frost as his running-mate. Frost, a former actor and governor of California, was an easy winner in the Democratic Primary and easily bested the Republican ticket of Michigan Governor John Engler and New York Congressman Rick Lazio. Redford utilized his natural charisma and speaking ability to put forward liberal and progressive thoughts in the campaign, allowing for him to lead what historians refer to as the “Redford Revolution.”

President Redford was a dyed-in-the-wool liberal who was not afraid to fight for social justice, ecological and progressive causes. Unlike the center-left Waterston Administration, The Redford Administration immediately began fighting for left-winged change. The Democratic landslide in 2000 allowed the Redford government to pass a new tax code which erased the Gramm tax cuts, enact tough new environmental regulations under a new Environmental Protection Agency (the EPA), enact a National Health Service (NHS), placed America once again on a fiat money system and passed an amendment to the Constitution creating a national income tax for the first time since the American Civil War. “These last three years,” wrote The New Republic in 2004, “Would have been called a ‘crazy dream’ during the Waterston years.” The Redford Revolution proved to be a popular movement and the president was easily reelected in 2004 over the Republican team of Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum and Alaska Governor Frank Murkowski, winning 46-states.

The second term of President Redford was aimed at his plans to introduce a “New World Order.” Presidents since McKinley had dreamed of a “world community of states to discuss the hopes and dreams of the brotherhood of man” but this goal was never acted upon. On January 1, 2006, the European Union, the League of Americas and the Muslim League signed an agreement to speak in Geneva, Switzerland, about the idea of a United Nations Organization. These internationalist overtures by President Redford alienated many Americans who were accustomed to the ideal of “splendid isolation.” By 2008 the Geneva Group failed to produce a workable plan and the idea of a United Nations died before birth.

In terms of social policy in the second term, President Redford fought for “marriage equality”- meaning the official recognition of homosexual unions nationwide. He twice vetoed renewals of the Defense of Marriage Act and successfully pushed through Congress the National Civil Unions Act of 2006 which granted full marital benefits for all homosexual couples. The law was upheld in Gurts v. Texas (2007).

By 2006 radical progressive change began to wear thin on the American people and the Republican Party won control over the House of Representatives, effectively stalling the Redford Administration’s agenda for 2007-2009. The administration remained popular and President Redford left office with a 57% approval rating.

48. President Anthony Muñoz, the Governor of Arizona and a former NFL star, was elected in 2008 as a moderate Republican. The 2008 Republican Primary opened with Virginia Senator George Allen emerging as the early front-runner. Governor Muñoz was a dark-horse who caught on as the “Stop Allen” candidate, emerging against former New York Governor George Pataki and Missouri Senator Kit Bond to take up the mantle. Following a huge win on Super Tuesday, Governor Muñoz was able to wrap up the GOP nomination by April 2008. Selecting former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore as his running-mate to appease Allen supporters, Muñoz ran an excellent campaign to edge out Democrats Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold and Colorado Governor Diana DeGette.

The Muñoz Administration took the reins from the fiery progressive President Redford and did not embrace a reactionary policy. The NHS has survived under the Republican government with trimming waste from the program taking precedence over ending the popular system in Republican orthodoxy. President Muñoz enacted a targeted “middle class” tax cut and failed to return the U.S. to a gold standard.

In May 2011 the U.S. air force engaged in bombing raids over Libya to support a pro-democracy movement in the area which resulted in the emergence of a U.S. ally in Northern Africa. The military action helped the approval ratings of President Muñoz. In November 2011, Vice-President Gilmore announced that he would not seek a second-term and President Muñoz named Florida Governor Charlie Crist as his running-mate in the 2012 election. The Democrats are currently embroiled in a vicious primary between former Colorado Governor and 2008 VP nominee Diana DeGette, the choice of Redford Democrats, and New York Senator Lawrence O’Donnell, President Waterston’s former Chief of Staff. President Muñoz is expected to win reelection against either challenger.   
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« Reply #1101 on: April 08, 2012, 10:31:40 am »
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37. Robert F. Kennedy: 1969-1973
38. Ronald Reagan: 1973-1981
39. Walter Mondale: 1981-1989
40. Robert Dole: 1989-1993
41. Mario Cuomo: 1993-2001
42. Bill Clinton: 2001-2009
43. John McCain: 2009-2013
44. Andrew Cuomo: 2013-2021
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« Reply #1102 on: April 08, 2012, 03:14:05 pm »
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No Ross Perot:

41. George Herbert Walker Bush - 1989-1997
42. Al Gore - 1997-2005
43. Rudy Giuliani - 2005-2013
44. Jeb Bush - 2013-2017
45. Andrew Cuomo - 2017-2025

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« Reply #1103 on: April 08, 2012, 04:15:36 pm »
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Rooney, haven't read all of it, but I got up to Pinchot's 1st term. Awesome stuff, Id love to see it in a full fledged timeline.

(But why do you hate McKinley so much?)
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« Reply #1104 on: April 08, 2012, 06:11:26 pm »
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1. John Adams (I-MA)/James Madison (R-VA) 1789-1979
2. James Madison (R-VA)/Samuel Adams (R-MA), Aaron Burr (R-NY) 1797-1805
3. Thomas Jefferson (R-VA)/Aaron Burr (R-NY) 1805-1809

4. Alexander Hamilton (F-NY)/Charles Pinckney (F-SC) 1809-1817
6. Aaron Burr (R-NY)/William Short (R-VA) 1817-1980
7. William Short (R-VA) 1820-1821

8. John Quincy Adams (N-MA)/James Monroe (N-VA), John C. Calhoun (N-SC) 1821-1829
9. Henry Clay (N-KY)/John C. Calhoun (N-SC), William Henry Harrison (N-OH) 1829-1837
10. William Henry Harrison (N-OH)/John Tyler (W-VA) 1837-1841

11. John C. Calhoun (D-SC)/Martin Van Buren (D-NY) 1841-1844
12. Martin Van Buren (D-NY) 1844-1849

13. Daniel Webster (N-MA)/John Crittenden (N-KY) 1849-1852
14. John Crittenden (N-KY) 1852-1853

15. William R. King (D-AL)/James Buchanan (D-PA) 1853
16. James Buchanan (D-PA) 1853-1857

17. Martin Van Buren (L-NY)/Charles F. Adams (L-MA) 1857-1862
18. Charles F. Adams (L-MA)/Cassius M. Clay (L-KY) 1852-1865
19. John P. Hale (L-NH)/John C. Fremont (L-CA) 1865-1869

20. Abraham Lincoln (D-IL)/Horatio Seymour (D-NY) 1869-1877
21. Samuel J. Tilden (L-NY)/Joshue Chamberlain (L-ME) 1877-1881
22. B. Gratz Brown (D-MO)/James B. Weaver (D-IA) 1881-1884
23. James B. Weaver (D-IA)/Winfield Scott Hancock (D-PA) 1884-1889

24. Thomas F. Bayard (L-DE)/Grover Cleveland (L-NY) 1889-1897
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« Reply #1105 on: April 08, 2012, 08:52:44 pm »
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(But why do you hate McKinley so much?)
I hold no animosity towards McKinley which your average non-interventionist, anti-bimetallism Libertarian would possess. He simply fit the bill to be a dystopian figure and I wanted one on the list.
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44. Barack Obama: 2009-2017
45. Hillary Clinton: 2017-2021
46. Brian Schweitzer: 2021-2025
47. Chris Christie: 2025-2033
48. Brian Sandoval: 2033-2041
49. Paul Ryan: 2041-2049
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From a timeline I have in the works:

Presidents of the United States
37. Hubert Humphrey (Democratic): 1969-1977
38. William Milliken (Republican): 1977-1981
39. Henry Jackson (Democratic): 1981-1989
40. Fred Harris (Democratic): 1989-1993

41. Dick Thornburgh (Republican): 1993-2001
42. John Kitzhaber (Democratic): 2001-2009
43. Pete Coors (Republican): 2009-

Vice Presidents of the United States
39. Ed Muskie (Democratic): 1969-1977
40. Bob Dole (Republican): 1977-1981
41. Fred Harris (Democratic): 1981-1989
42. Elizabeth Holtzman (Democratic): 1989-1993

43. Phil Gramm (Republican): 1993-2001
44. Les Aspin (Democratic): 2001-2009
45. Dewey Bartlett (Republican): 2009-
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Presidents of the United States
38.  Gerald Ford (Republican-MI); 1974-1981
39.  Reubin Askew (Democrat-FL); 1981-1989
40.  Howard Baker, Jr. (Republican-TN); 1989-1997
41.  Trent Lott (Republican-MS); 1997-1998
42.  Arlen Specter (Republican-PA); 1998-2001 [1]

43.  Russ Feingold (Democrat-WI); 2001-2009
44.  John McCain (Republican-AZ); 2009-present

Vice-Presidents of the United States
41.  Nelson Rockefeller (Republican-NY); 1974-1977
42.  Ronald Reagan (Republican-CA); 1977-1978 [2]
43.  Donald Rumsfeld (Republican-IL); 1978-1981

44.  Edmund "Jerry" Brown (Democrat-CA); 1981-1989
45.  Jack Kemp (Republican-NY); 1989-1997
46.  Arlen Specter (Republican-PA); 1997-1999
47.  Donald Rumsfeld (Republican-IL); 1999-2001 [see 1]

48.  Ray Mabus (Democrat-MS); 2001-2009
49.  Rudy Giuliani (Republican-NY); 2009-present

[1] 1998:  After the House Ethics Committee passing articles of impeachment against President Lott for misconduct in office, perjury and bribery while serving as a Senator, the President resigns on May 14, 1998.  Vice-President Arlen Specter is sworn in to replace him.  A week later, the Senate confirms former Secretary of Defense and Vice President Donald Rumsfeld as the new Vice President. 

[2] 1978: Due to "ideological differences" with the administration, Vice President Ronald Reagan announces that he is resigning from the Vice Presidency.  His resignation becomes effective 31 December 1978.  On January 22, 1979 the United States Senate confirms Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld for the position of the Vice Presidency.

Donald Rumsfeld, despite serving as Vice President for a combined total of 4 years and 244 days, is never elected by the American people to the office. 

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32. Franklin D. Roosevelt (D-NY)/John N. Garner (D-TX), Henry Wallace (D-IA), Harry S. Truman (D-MO) 1933-1949
33. Thomas Dewey (R-NY)/Earl Warren (R-CA) 1949-1953
34. Dwight D. Eisenhower (D-NY)/Alben Barkley (D-KY), John F. Kennedy (D-MA) 1953-1961
35. Richard M. Nixon (R-CA)/Everett Dirksen (R-IL) 1961-1963
36. Everett Dirksen (R-IL)/vacant, Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) 1963-1969

37. John F. Kennedy (D-MA)/Birch Bayh (D-IN), vacant Carl Albert (D-OK) 1969-1974
38. Carl Albert (D-OK)/vacant, Hubert H. Humphrey (D-MN) 1974-1977

39. Thomas J. Meskill (R-CT)/Robert Dole (R-KS) 1977-1981
40. George S. McGovern (D-SD)/Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) 1981-1989
41. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY)/Mark Dayton (D-MN) 1989-1993

42. Al D'Amoto (R-NY)/Judd Gregg (R-NH) 1993-2001
43. John F. Kerry (D-MA)/Joseph R. "Bob" Kerrey (D-NE) 2001-2009
44. Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX)/John S. McCain (R-AZ) 2009-?
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« Reply #1110 on: April 22, 2012, 01:22:13 am »
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The At-Large Delegate
In 1884, then-New York State Assemblyman and At-Large Delegate to the Republican National Convention Theodore Roosevelt found himself triumphant in winning Vermont Senator George F. Edmunds the nomination, beating former Secretary of State James G. Blaine and incumbent President Chester Alan Arthur.

22. George F. Edmunds (Republican Vermont) March 4th, 1885-March 4th, 1889
          VP: Robert Todd Lincoln (Republican-Illinois) March 4th, 1885-March 4th, 1889

23. Thomas F. Bayard Sr. (Democrat-Delware) March 4th, 1889-March 4th, 1897
          VP: Allen G. Thurman (Democrat-Ohio) March 4th, 1889-December 12th, 1895

23. Theodore Roosevelt (Republican-New York) March 4th, 1897-February 3rd, 1902
          VP: John Sherman (Republican-Ohio) March 4th, 1897-October 22nd, 1900
          VP: Leonard Wood (Republican-New Hampshire) March 4th, 1901-February 3rd, 1902
24. Leonard Wood (Republican-New Hampshire) February 3rd, 1902-March 4th, 1905

25. Alton Brooks Parker (Democrat-New York) March 4th, 1905-March 4th, 1909
          VP: Henry G. Davis (Democrat-West Virginia) March 4th, 1905-March 4th, 1909

26. William Howard Taft (Republican-Ohio) March 4th, 1909-March 4th, 1917
          VP: Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican-Indiana) March 4th, 1909-March 4th, 1917
27. Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican-Indiana) March 4th, 1917-June 4th, 1918
          VP: Albert B. Cummins (Republican-Iowa) March 4th, 1917-June 4th, 1918
28. Albert B. Cummins (Republican-Iowa) June 4th, 1918-March 4th, 1925
         VP: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Republican-New York) March 4th, 1921-March 4th, 1925

29. John F. Fitzgerald (Democrat-Massachusetts) March 4th, 1925-March 4th, 1933
          VP: Joseph T. Robinson (Democrat-Arkansas) March 4th, 1925-March 4th, 1933
30. John Nance Garner (Democrat-Texas) March 4th, 1933-March 4th, 1937
          VP: Alfred E. Smith (Democrat-New York) March 4th, 1933-March 4th, 1937

31. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Republican-New York) March 4th, 1937-March 4th, 1945
          VP: Alfred Landon (Republican-Kansas) March 4th, 1937-January 20th, 1945
32. Alfred Landon (Republican-Kansas) January 20th, 1945-JanuJanuary 20th, 1949

33. Alben Barkley (Democrat-Kentucky) January 20th, 1949-January 20th, 1953
          VP: Adlai E. Stevenson II (Democrat-Illinois) January 20th, 1949-January 20th, 1953

34. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Republican-New York) January 20th, 1953-July 4th, 1956
          VP: Richard M. Nixon (Republican-California) January 20th, 1953-July 4th, 1956
35. Richard M. Nixon (Republican-California) July 4th, 1956-January 20th, 1961
          VP: Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (Republican-Massachusetts) January 20th, 1957-January 20th, 1961

36. John F. Kennedy (Democrat-Massachusetts) January 20th, 1961-August 14th, 1966
          VP: George Smathers (Democrat-Florida) January 20th, 1961-August 14th, 1966
37. George Smathers (Democrat-Florida) August 14th, 1966-January 20th, 1973
          VP: Stuart Symington (Democrat-Missouri) October 12th, 1966-January 20th, 1969
          VP: Henry M. Jackson (Democrat-Washington) January 20th, 1969-January 20th, 1973
38. Henry M. Jackson (Democrat-Washington) January 20th, 1973-January 20th, 1977
          VP: Robert F. Kennedy (Democrat-New York) January 20th, 1973-January 20th, 1977

39. Frank F. Church III (Republican-Idaho) January 20th, 1977-January 20th, 1981
          VP: Elliot Richardson (Republican-Massachusetts) January 20th, 1977-January 20th, 1981

40. Albert S. Gore Sr. (Democrat-Tennessee) January 20th, 1981-May 3rd, 1983
          VP: Edward J. King (Democrat-Massachusetts) January 20th, 1981-May 3rd, 1983
41. Edward J. King (Democrat-Massachusetts) May 3rd, 1983-January 20th, 1989
          VP: Robert Byrd (Democrat-West Virginia) July 3rd, 1983-January 20th, 1989

42. Paul Tsongas (Independent-Massachusetts) January 20th, 1989-January 20th, 1993
          VP: Jack F. Kemp (Independent-New York) January 20th, 1989-January 20th, 1993

43. Benjamin Nighthorse Campbell (Republican-Colorado) January 20th, 1993-January 20th, 1997
          VP: Howard Dean (Republican-Vermont) January 20th, 1993-January 20th, 1997
44. Howard Dean (Republican-Vermont) January 20th, 1997-January 20th, 2001
          VP: Larry Pressler (Republican-South Dakota) January 20th, 1997-January 20th, 2001

45. Albert S. Gore Jr. (Democrat-Tennessee) January 20th, 2001-January 20th, 2009
          VP: John S. McCain III (Democrat-California) January 20th, 2001-January 20th, 2009

46. John D. "Jay" Rockefeller IV (Republican-New York) January 20th, 2009-?
          VP: Lisa Murkowski (Republican-Alaska) January 20th, 2009-?
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« Reply #1112 on: April 24, 2012, 07:06:45 pm »
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Presidents
1929-1937: Herbert Hoover (Republican-CA)
1937-1941: Frank Knox (Republican-IL)

1941-1949: Robert Taft (Independent-OH)
1949-1953: Joseph Kennedy Sr. (Democrat-MA)
1953-1957: Richard Nixon (Republican-CA)
1957-1961: Joseph Kennedy Jr. (Democrat-MA)
1961-1969: Nelson Rockefeller (Republican-NY)
1969-1973: Barry Goldwater (Republican-AZ)
1973-1981: Robert Kennedy (Democrat-NY)
1981-1989: Barry Goldwater Jr. (Republican-CA)
1989-1993: Geraldine Ferraro (Democrat-NY)
1993-2001: Ronald Paul (Republican-TX)
2001-2009: Russ Feingold (Democrat-WI)
2009-2013: Joseph Biden (Democrat-DE)
2013-2021: Paul Ryan (Republican-WI)


Vice Presidents
1929-1933: Charles Curtis (Republican-KS)
1933-1937: Frank Knox (Republican-IL)
1937-1941: Alf Landon (Republican-KS)

1941-1943: Richard Russell (Independent-GA)
1943-1947: John Davis (Independent-WV)
1947-1949: Charles Lindbergh (Independent-NJ)

1949-1953: Harry Truman (Democrat-MO)
1953-1957: Thomas Dewey (Republican-NY)
1957-1961: Strom Thurmond (Democrat-SC)
1961-1969: Henry Cabot Lodge (Republican-MA)
1969-1973: John Tower (Republican-TX)
1973-1981: Jennings Randolph (Democrat-WV)
1981-1989: Ronald Paul (Republican-TX)
1989-1993: Albert Gore Jr. (Democrat-TE)
1993-2001: Newt Gingrich (Republican-GA)
2001-2009: Joseph Biden (Democrat-DE)
2009-2013: Mark Warner (Democrat-VA)

2013-2021: Chris Christie (Republican-NJ)

Failed Tickets
1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democrat-NY)/John N. Garner (Democrat-TX)
1936: Al Smith (Democrat-NY)/John N. Garner (Democrat-TX)
1940: Frank Knox (Republican-IL)/Alf Landon (Republican KS); John N. Garner (Democrat-TX)/Henry Wallace (Democrat-IA)
1944: Alf Landon (Republican-KS)/Thomas Dewey (Republican-NY); Henry Wallace (Democrat-IA)/Harry Truman (Democrat-MO)
1948: Thomas Dewey (Republican-NY)/Earl Warren (Republican-CA)
1952: Joseph Kennedy Sr. (Democrat-MA)/Harry Truman (Democrat-MO)
1956: Richard Nixon (Republican-CA)/Thomas Dewey (Republican-NY)
1960: Joseph Kennedy Jr. (Democrat-MA)/George Smathers (Democrat-FL)
1964: John Kennedy (Democrat-MA)/George Wallace (Democrat-AL)
1968: Eugene McCarthy (Democrat-MN)/Patsy Mink (Democrat-HI)

1972: Barry Goldwater (Republican-AZ)/John Tower (Republican-TX)
1976: Ronald Reagan (Republican-CA)/Jesse Helms (Republican-NC)

1980: Jennings Randolph (Democrat-WV)/Walter Mondale (Democrat-MN)
1984: Walter Mondale (Democrat-MN)/John Anderson (Democrat-IL)

1988: John Tower (Republican-TX)/Donald Rumsfeld (Republican-IL)
1992: Geraldine Ferraro (Democrat-NY)/Albert Gore (Democrat-TE)
1996: Albert Gore (Democrat-TE)/Joseph Biden (Democrat-DE)

2000: Newt Gingrich (Republican-GA)/Pete Wilson (Republican-CA)
2004: Elizabeth Dole (Republican-NC)/Mitch Daniels (Republican-IN)
2008: Mitt Romney (Republican-MA)/Jon Huntsman (Republican-UT)

2012: Joseph Biden (Democrat-DE)/Mark Warner (Democrat-VA)
2016: Martin O’Malley (Democrat-MY)/Evan Bayh (Democrat-IN)
2020: Beau Biden (Democrat-DE)/Beverly Perdue (Democrat-NC)
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1897-1901 cc-IL Robert Todd Lincoln
1901-1909 cc-NY Teddy Roosevelt
1909-1913 cc-NY Charles E Hughes

1913-1921 P-NJ Woodrow Wilson
1921-1929 cc-NY Harlen F Stone
1929-1933 T Hoover

1933-1945 S-NY Frankie Roosevelt
1945-1953 S-MO Truman

1953-1961 cc Earl Warren/T Taft
1961-1965 T Robert H Taft

1965-1973 S Robert F Kennedy/P Albert Gore Sr No Vietnam
1973-1981 T Mitt Romney Sr No Watergate
1981-1985 S Teddy Kennedy
1985-1993 T HW Bush/T Quayle
1993-2001 S Mario Cuomo/P Bob Kerrey No Monica
2001-2009 T John McCain/T Hagel
2009-2017 S Obama/S Biden
2017-2021 T Thune/T McDonnell
2021-2025 S Sestak/P Begich
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As the Republic of Vermont permanently became an independent nation, the United States was undergoing a crisis. Following the Whiskey Rebellion, the issue of states' rights came to a head. New York began to encroach on the "rebellious" Vermonters in the name of uniting the country. However, President Washington and the majority of the nation were against such an act. The largest opposition came from New England, long suspicious of New York and its ambitions in Vermont. With the nation in turmoil, the 1796 election took place. In it, former Secretary of State and Republican Thomas Jefferson won over Vice President and Federalist John Adams.

2. Thomas Jefferson (R-VA)/Thomas McKean (R-PA) 1797-1801
3. Alexander Hamilton (F-NY)/Charles C. Pinckney (F-SC) 1801-1809
4. John Marshall (F-SC)/Charles C. Pinckney (F-SC) 1809-1813

5. DeWitt Clinton (R-NY)/James Madison (R-VA) 1813-1817
6. Rufus King (F-NY)/Henry Clay (F-KY) 1817-1821
7. John Quincy Adams (F-MA)/John C. Calhoun (F-SC) 1821-1829
8. Henry Clay (F-KY)/Nathaniel Macon (F-NC) 1829-1833

9. John C. Calhoun (NR-SC)/Nathaniel Macon (R-SC), John Tyler (NR-VA) 1833-1841
10. Martin Van Buren (NR-NY)/John Tyler (R-VA) 1891-1845

10. Daniel Webster (N-MA)/John J. Crittenden (N-KY) 1845-1852
11. John J. Crittenden (N-KY) 1852-1853
12. Charles F. Adams (N-MA)/Millard Fillmore (N-NY) 1853-1857
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33. Harry Truman (Democratic): 1945-1953
34. Dwight Eisenhower (Republican): 1953-1961
35. Richard Nixon (Republican): 1961-1965

36. Bobby Kennedy (Democratic): 1965-1973
37. George Romney (Republican): 1973-1977
38. Jimmy Carter (Democratic): 1977-1981
39. Ronald Reagan (Republican): 1981-1989
40. George Bush (Republican): 1989-1997

41. Bill Clinton (Democratic): 1997-2005
42. Al Gore (Democratic): 2005-2009

43. Jon Huntsman (Republican): 2009-
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Presidents:

34. Dwight Eisenhower: 1953-1961
35. Richard Nixon: 1961-1965
36. John F. Kennedy: 1965-1973
37. Hubert Humphrey: 1973-1977
38. Ronald Reagan: 1977-1985
39. George H.W. Bush: 1985-1993
40. Jack Kemp: 1993-1997
41. Bill Clinton: 1997-2005
42. Wesley Clark: 2005-2009
43. Mitt Romney: 2009-2017
44. Mike Huckabee: 2017-2021
45. Andrew Cuomo: 2021-2029

Defeated Tickets:
1952: Adlai Stevenson/Johnsparkman 55.2% - 44.3%
1956: Lyndon Johnson/Averell Harriman 57.4% - 42.0%
1960: John F. Kennedy/Wayne Morse 49.6% - 49.5%
1964: Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge 49.6% - 49.0%
1968: Nelson Rockefeller/Barry Goldwater 55.4% - 44.1%
1972: George Romney/Ronald Reagan 49.3% - 49.2%
1976: Hubert Humphrey/Henry Jackson 51.0% - 47.2%
1980: Bobby Kennedy/Jerry Brown 59.9% - 39.7%
1984: Walter Mondale/Gary Hart 56.8% - 41.5%
1988: Mario Cuomo/Lloyd Bentsen 58.6% - 40.0%
1992: Dick Gephardt/Al Gore 52.2% - 46.9%
1996: Jack Kemp/Bob Dole, Ross Perot/Pat Choate 40.0% - 37.9% - 20.7%
2000: George W. Bush/Dick Cheney, Jesse Ventura/John McCain 50.5% - 39.7% - 8.4%
2004: Elizabeth Dole/Colin Powell 55.5% - 42.9%
2008: Barack Obama/John Edwards 50.2% - 48.4%
2012: Hillary Clinton/Bill Richardson 53.1% - 45.8%
2016: Brian Schweitzer/Tim Kaine 49.0% - 48.5%
2020: Mike Huckabee/Mitch Daniels 52.9% - 45.6%
2024: Paul Ryan/Bobby Jindal 57.8% - 40.9%
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« Reply #1117 on: April 29, 2012, 12:19:01 pm »
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Presidents of the United States

44. Barack H. Obama: 2009-2017
45. Hillary R. Clinton: 2017- 2024*
46. Cory A. Booker: 2024-2029**

47. Kelly Ayotte - 2029-2037

Vice Presidents of the United States

47. Joseph R. Biden: 2009-2017, previously a Senator
48. William B. Richardson, 2017-2021, former Governor
49. Cory A. Booker: 2021-2024, previously a Governor
(Vacant)
50. Sherrod Brown*3: 2024-2025, previously a Senator

51. Nathan Fletcher*4: 2024-2029, previously independent Governor of California
52. Stephen Bach: 2029-2037, previously a Governor

*Died in office, natural causes.
**Ascended to Presidency upon President Clinton's passing. Many thought the positive coverage of the Clinton Administration helped hand the election to Booker. Prior to the death Chris Christie and Booker were polling in a dead heat.
*3 - Brown was appointed quickly by Booker after the passing of President Clinton. Brown said he had no interest in serving other than until January 20, 2025.
*4 - Booker gave independent Nathan Fletcher the VP spot on the ticket in 2012. Fletcher had already been picked at the time of Clinton's passing.
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« Reply #1118 on: April 29, 2012, 05:30:02 pm »
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33. Henry Wallace (Democratic): 1945-1953
34. Bob Taft (Republican): 1953-1961
35. Dwight Eisenhower (United): 1961-1969*
36. Richard Nixon (United): 1969-1974**

37. Gerald Ford (Republican): 1974-1981
38. Edward Kennedy (Democratic): 1981-1997
39. Arlen Specter (Union): 1997-2009***
40. Marco Rubio (Union): 2005-2013

41. Jarrold Nadler (Democratic): 2013-

*Died in office.
**Resigned.
***Merger of the United and Republican parties.
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« Reply #1119 on: April 30, 2012, 11:39:21 am »
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Edward Kennedy can't be president 16 years nor Spector for 12. I'm quite sure the 22nd Amendment is still in play  ittl.
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« Reply #1120 on: May 01, 2012, 02:09:35 pm »
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Edward Kennedy can't be president 16 years nor Spector for 12. I'm quite sure the 22nd Amendment is still in play  ittl.

22nd Amendment was passed in the early 1950s. With Presidents Wallace and Taft, that might not ever happen.
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« Reply #1121 on: May 01, 2012, 11:13:06 pm »
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If FDR is President ittl, yeah it would still be happening.
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« Reply #1122 on: May 02, 2012, 08:25:14 am »
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If FDR is President ittl, yeah it would still be happening.

Again, not necessarily. It only happened IOTL because the Republicans took control of the House and the Senate in 1946.
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« Reply #1123 on: May 03, 2012, 08:26:27 am »
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If FDR is President ittl, yeah it would still be happening.

Again, not necessarily. It only happened IOTL because the Republicans took control of the House and the Senate in 1946.


It's his alternate list of Presidents. If he wants the Dhalai Lama to be President he can do it, stop being a party pooper Libertas
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« Reply #1124 on: May 03, 2012, 09:37:10 am »
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I wasn't being a party pooper. There were presidencies that intersected with each other and some years that didn't have one.
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