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« Reply #50 on: January 23, 2009, 12:44:24 am »
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Mom:
Reagan
Reagan
Bush
Clinton
Clinton
Gore
Kerry
Obama (primary)
Obama

Me:
Obama (primary)
Obama

You have no idea how good it feels for the very first candidate I was enthused about receive my very first vote, and go on to win both the very first primary and the very first general election in which I was eligible to vote.
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« Reply #51 on: January 23, 2009, 10:21:37 am »
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Dad:
Ford
Reagan
Reagan
Bush
Bush
Dole
Bush
Bush
Obama

Mom:
Ford
Reagan
Reagan
Bush
Bush
Dole
Bush
Bush
Obama

Me:
Bush
Nader (protest vote)
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What made your parents switch over?

Dad:
1976: Supported & voted Ford, probably
1980: Supported Bush, voted Reagan
1984: Supported Reagan, voted Reagan
1988: Supported Bush, voted Bush
1992: Supported Bush, voted Bush
1996: Supported no one, voted Dole
2000: Strongly supported McCain, voted Bush
2004: Supported Bush, voted Bush
2008: Supported McCain, voted McCain

Mom:
1976: Didn't Vote
1980: Supported Kennedy, voted Carter
1984: Supported Hart, did not vote in general
1988: Supported Hart again, did not vote in general
1992: Supported Tsongas, reluctantly voted Clinton
1996: Wrote in Bill Gates
2000: Supported Bradley, voted Nader
2004: Supported no one, voted Nader
2008: Supported Obama, voted Obama

Yeah, my mom's a bit nuts (in an awesome way, love you mom)

Me:
Supported Obama, voted Obama
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« Reply #52 on: January 23, 2009, 10:36:11 am »
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My Dad passed away in 2006 but may never have voted in a Presidential election.

I'm not close with my mother but she's one of those Independent types that doesn't think the GOP is socially conservative enough (no wonder we aren't close), but I think she votes Republican anyway.  She did tell me she was a liberal in the 70's, so I'll guess:

2008: McCain
2004: Bush
2000: Bush
1996: Dole
1992: Bush
1988: Bush
1984: Reagan
1980: Carter
1976: Carter (maybe Ford, she's from Michigan)

My mom's father passed away in 2003.  He was more moderate ideologically, but more Republican than his wife.  He made fun of my grandmother for voting for Perot instead of Bush.

My mom's brother is the D.A. for Kalamazoo County Michigan and is an elected Republican, and I would presume he has voted accordingly.

My dad's parents were likely Democrats, and the only one of my great uncles I have left is very much a Democrat - though he voted for McCain this year.
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« Reply #53 on: January 23, 2009, 12:20:52 pm »
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Dad:

1972 - McGovern
1976 - ?
1980 - ?
1984 - Reagan
1988 - Bush
1992 - Bush
1996 - Dole
2000 - Bush
2004 - Bush
2008 - McCain

Mom:

1976 - ? (probably Carter)
1980 - ? (probably Carter)
1984 - ?
1988 - ? (probably Dukakis)
1992 - ? (probably Clinton, possibly Perot)
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Nader
2004 - Kerry
2008 - Obama

Brother:

1996 - ?
2000 - ? (probably supported Bush)
2004 - supported Bush
2008 - Obama

Me:

1996 - supported Clinton
2000 - supported Nader
2004 - supported Kerry, but for some reason I think I would've voted for Cobb.
2008 - Obama
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« Reply #54 on: January 23, 2009, 01:37:11 pm »
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Mom:
1976: Jimmy Carter
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Walter Mondale
1988: Michael Dukakis
1992: Bill Clinton
1996: Bill Clinton
2000: Al Gore
2004: John Kerry

2008: won't tell me, I'm gonna guess Write-in: Hillary Clinton

Dad:
1992: Ross Perot
1996: Ross Perot

2000: Al Gore
2004: George W. Bush
2008: Barack Obama

Me: (couldn't vote till 2005)
2000: Al Gore (supported)
2004: primary: John Edwards/general: John Kerry (supported)
2008: primary: Barack Obama/general: Barack Obama
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« Reply #55 on: January 23, 2009, 02:18:59 pm »
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Mom
Carter
Carter
Mondale
Dukakis
Clinton
Clinton
Gore
Kerry
Obama

Dad
Carter
Carter
Mondale
Dukakis
Clinton
Clinton
Nader
Kerry
Obama

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Kerry
Obama

Me
McCain
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« Reply #56 on: January 24, 2009, 01:39:52 am »
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What made your parents switch over?
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I think it was mostly Bush fatigue and I also think they both genuinely liked Obama. I think I helped convince them to vote for Obama. I actually liked McCain but I felt Obama was what we needed at this time. I probably see eye to eye a bit more with McCain on economic issues, particularly the way McCain voted before the middle of this decade, but Obama just struck me as the candidate who would help motivate the country to fix its problems as well as gain respect abroad.
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« Reply #57 on: January 24, 2009, 01:49:42 am »
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My brother and I have always voted for the Democrats.  He's more socially conservative than I am, but he hates the GOP just as much as I do.

My uncle in Florida is an Obama supporter because he couldn't stand the witch (his words) and well, he was touched by the story of a black man rising to power.
His daughter is also a Democrat, but she thought Michelle was racist and supported Hilary instead.  Her husband has voted for the winner in every election but 2004 (when he voted for Kerry). 
As for the rest of my family, I really have no clue.
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« Reply #58 on: January 25, 2009, 07:17:18 pm »
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How I and my parents would have voted:

Me: 1988 to present

1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama

Dad: 1960 - 2004

1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Clinton
2000: Bush
2004: Bush

Mom: 1964 - 2008

1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama

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« Reply #59 on: February 14, 2009, 01:25:04 pm »
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Mother:
1992: Bush
1996: Clinton
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
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« Reply #60 on: February 14, 2009, 02:27:44 pm »
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In the United States, my parents probably would have been straight Democratic. I think my mom would've voted for Clinton in the primaries, though, and she really like Edwards in 2008 and 2004. My dad doesn't care for American politics, but would probably be straight Democrat.

In actual elections they voted in/could've voted in, now:

Mom
1993: Bloc
1997: [didn't vote. I guess Bloc]
2000: [didn't vote. I guess Liberal]
2004: [didn't vote. Liberal]
2006: [didn't vote. Conservative]
(France 2007): Sarkozy (UMP)
2008: Liberal

Provincially, she voted for the PQ all the time until we moved to Saudi Arabia. Is now a federalist, but wouldn't vote for the PLQ (because she dislikes Charest) and she thinks the ADQ is retarded. She probably would've voted PQ in 2008 though, just 'cause she dislikes the PLQ/Charest. Probably voted Liberal provincially in Ontario in 2007. She voted YES in 1980 and 1995.

Dad
If he voted federally at all, it probably would've been Bloc until roughly 2000. In 2006, he probably would've voted Conservative, and probably in 2008 too, but he told me he'd vote the way I'd tell him too since he doesn't pay attention to Canadian politics (you can't blame him), so Greenies. He probably would've voted Green in Ontario in 2007.

He was a member of the PQ for a few years and actually campaigned for the PQ provincially in the '80's. He canvassed for the YES in 1980 and therefore voted YES in 1980 and 1995. He doesn't care for Quebecois politics anymore. I still see him voting PQ.
 
His first vote in France was in 2007, where he voted for Sarkozy and would probably do so again today. When he lived in France, he was a Breton nationalist and didn't vote. Though he did stick up Giscard posters with his boss in 1974 for fun.

My family in Canada is divided. One of my aunts, who pays a lot of attention to world politics, would have voted Democrat in the US for a long time, but I suspect she supported Clinton in 2008. In Canada, she's a diehard nationalist (and Trudeau hater), therefore straight PQ/Bloc. In France, she supports the PS and would've voted for the Mentally Insane Lady in 2007. One of my uncles is a card-carrying member of the PLQ and was a federal Liberal until he voted Tory (gasp) in 2006. He is a Trudeau-fan. One of my other uncle told me he voted QS in 2007 and Liberal provincially in 2008. He is probably a straight Bloc supporter federally. My part-Italian uncle voted Tory in 2008, but his wife didn't.

My family is France is... I don't know. One of my aunts, the one who is a local councillor for the Green Party, is anti-Sarkozy. Probably Royal in 2007. I suspect she voted the Socialist list for the Senate in 2008 (yes, she was in the electoral college!). Her husband (technically not married though. whatever) is a bit of a wacko conspiracy theorist and probably doesn't vote at all.

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« Reply #61 on: February 15, 2009, 05:29:09 pm »
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My parents are straight Democrats, though in 2008 they supported Hillary in the primaries. My Dad's parents are pretty liberal, to the point that my grandma voted for Norman Thomas in 1948 ("I was always told, if you don't like any of the candidates, vote for Norman Thomas").

My Mom's parents were prototypical New Deal Democrats. My Grandpa's parents were immigrants (Italian-American Dad, French-Canadian Mom) who were Republican when they arrived in the late 1910's (prosperity i guess). Then the economy tanked and they became Democrats. My grandpa was a veteran (the head of the disabled American veterans) who was a very pro-labor lawyer. He was good friends with Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey.

Anyways, here is how I would have voted (I could go way back, but I'll start post-war)

1948-Truman (D) One of my favorite Presidents
1952-Stevenson (D) After so many good Democratic years, why stop?
1956-Eisenhower (R) Prosperity=My Vote
1960-Kennedy (D) Another one of my favorites, + a chance to elect a fellow Catholic
1964-Johnson (D) Prosperity
1968-Humphrey (D) No way would I vote Nixon, and Wallace was still too racist.
1972-Nixon (R) Humphrey, Wallace, or Jackson in the primaries. McGovern was too liberal.
1976-Carter (D) Scoop in the primaries. No fan of Carter, though no fan of Ford either.
1980-Reagan (R) Kennedy in the primaries. I consider myself a Reagan Democrat-lite
1984-Reagan (R) Prosperity
1988-Dukakis (D) Good governor. Actually quite a moderate record.
1992-Perot (REF) Don't like Clinton too much, though I may have voted for him anyway.
1996-Clinton (D) Prosperity
2000-Bush (R) 20/20 no way. But I don't like Gore, and I might vote on social issues after prosperity
2004-Kerry (D) Not a big fan, though I hated Bush's first term
2008-Obama (D) The first nominee who I have been TRULY passionate about.

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« Reply #62 on: February 15, 2009, 10:37:09 pm »
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My parents aren't American citizens, but they both loved Bill Clinton. Dad would have voted for Gore in 2000, my mom would have probably voted Nader and then hated herself for the next 4 years. They both supported Kerry strongly in 2004; I'm not sure who they would have supported in the primaries, probably Kucinich. In 2008, they were both strongly for Clinton (though my mom really liked Edwards, but thought he didn't have a shot), and dinners were understandably pretty tense and full of arguments from like January through May. My dad came around to Obama after Clinton dropped out, and my mom finally came around after she heard Palin's speech and was terrified by it.
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« Reply #63 on: February 18, 2009, 06:19:52 pm »
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Mom: Straight Republican
1972
1976
1980
1984
1988
1992
1996
2000
2004
2008


Dad:
1960
1964
1968
1972
1976
1980
1984
1988
1992
1996
2000
2004
2008


All distant relatives, (Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Grandparents) strongly supported McCain in this election. A few have voted for the popular incumbment Democrats (Example: Clinton) but other than that, my family is solid Republican.
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« Reply #64 on: August 20, 2009, 05:29:00 pm »
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Father : Hyper-Partisan Republican (1992-current)

1992 : George Bush
1996 : Primary : Kemp GE : Dole
2000 : Bush
2004 : Bush

2008 : Didn't vote... (Support Romney in Primary, supported McCain in General, but didn't want to vote)

Mother (Can't vote but.. is a very liberal Independent)

Dad's Dad : (Moved to U.S In 1974, so couldn't vote til 1984)

1984 : Reagan? * was a democrat before so IDK
1988 : Bush?
1992 : Bush
1996 : Dole
2000 : Bush
2004 : Bush
2008 : McCain


Uncle : Liberal McCaincrat

1992 : Clinton
1996 : Clinton
2000 : Gore
2004 : Kerry

2008 : McCain
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« Reply #65 on: August 20, 2009, 05:46:18 pm »
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Dad
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Clinton (Don't tell Grandpa Wink)
2000: Primary: McCain, General: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain

Mom
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Refused to Vote
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
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« Reply #66 on: August 20, 2009, 06:14:35 pm »
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Father (registered Republican)
Goldwater
Nixon
Nixon
Ford
Reagan
Reagan
Bush
Bush
Dole
(though he says he came thisclose to voting for Clinton)
Bush
Bush
McCain (primary: Romney)
(I kind of don't believe he voted for McCain--I have a feeling he went with Barr, but he says otherwise)

Mother (Independent, later enrolled as a Democrat in 2000s)
Reagan
Reagan
Bush
(doesn't remember who she voted for in '88, assumes she voted Bush)
Perot
Clinton
Gore

Bush (lives in NY, was concerned about her safety post-9/11, regrets vote in retrospect)
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« Reply #67 on: August 20, 2009, 06:29:23 pm »
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Mom

Ross Perot
Bob Dole
Bush
Bush
McCain

Dad

Bush
Dole
Bush
Bush
McCain


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« Reply #68 on: August 20, 2009, 06:56:33 pm »
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Mother (registered Republican since 1980)

1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
You can't tell by her voting record, but my mom is pretty moderate (especially on social issues). (I always get 1992 and 1996 mixed up, I keep thinking she voted for Bush and Dole but a few weeks ago she told me she actually voted for Clinton, thus the fix)

Father (registered Independent from 1974 until 2001, Republican ever since)

1976: Ford
1980: Clark
1984: Reagan
1988: Paul
1992: Perot
1996: Perot
2000: Browne
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
My dad was a libertarian leaning moderate until 9/11. Ever since then the fundies have brain washed him.........
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« Reply #69 on: August 20, 2009, 07:07:28 pm »
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Both my parents have voted straight Labour since they could vote as far as I know, on all levels although my Mum nearly went UKIP in the Euros in May. My sister votes Lib Dem in general elections and Labour on euro and local levels. I'll probably be voting Labour in my first general election (which will probably be 2014-2015 now), or Green if they field a candidate here.
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« Reply #70 on: August 20, 2009, 07:33:54 pm »
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Time for the grandparents:

Papa Bill (father's father) (registered Republican from 1952-1992, registered Independent from 1992-1997, when he died from lung cancer)

1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon
1964: Johnson
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Clark
1984: Reagan
1988: Paul
1992: Perot
1996: Browne
Like my father my grandfather was a libertarian leaning moderate. He registered as a Republican to support Eisenhower (being a soldier himself, he saw Ike as a role model). In 1992, after 40 years of being a Republican, he changed his registration to an Independent to voice his opposition to the two party system (he had felt disenfranchised since 1988). He would die an Independent.

Grandma (father's mother) (registered Republican since 1954)

1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Goldwater
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Perot
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Badnarik
2008: Barr
My grandmother registered as a Republican in 1954 (to the chagrin of her Democrat father). Her most memorable vote was for John F. Kennedy (the only Democrat she ever voted for), the only president who was a "real looker". She was a party faithful for a long time until 2004, when she voted for Michael Badnarik over George W. Bush.

As you can kind of tell, libertarianism kind of runs in the family.

Grandpa (mother's father) (registered Democrat from 1955 until his death this May)

1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
My grandfather was a conservative Democrat. He was just too lazy to change his registration when he started voting Republican in the 80s.

Grandma (mother's mother) (registered Democrat in 1955)

1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
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« Reply #71 on: August 21, 2009, 06:33:47 pm »
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Dad:

1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama

Mom:

1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
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« Reply #72 on: August 21, 2009, 08:11:01 pm »
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Mom: Straight Republican
1972

Dad:
1960
Damn, your parents are quite old for someone your age.  That would make them like 70 and late 50s?  My parents first voted for president in 1980 and there no exactly the youngest parents around
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« Reply #73 on: August 21, 2009, 08:23:31 pm »
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Dad:
Straight Democratic

Mom(since becoming a citizen in 2002:
Straight Democratic

Very interesting voting patterns right there.
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« Reply #74 on: August 21, 2009, 08:40:59 pm »
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Mom (shes a younger mom, and was getting her license at the time we had the Jimmy Carter gas lines, 19 ys old in 84)

Reagan
Bush
Bush
Dole
Bush
Bush
McCain

Dad

Non-voter

Grandma

Democratic all the way until President Bush (yes, Mondale, Dukakis and Carter twice)
She realized that the democratic party was not the same as in the Roosevelt days.

Grandpa

Democratic till his death in 93

Aunt (what I know)

Reagan
Reagan
Bush
Clinton
Perot
Bush
Bush
McCain

Me
Bush
McCain (for Palin) - but would have voted for Hillary Clinton had she been the nominee
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