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« Reply #2100 on: March 22, 2017, 04:20:17 pm »

45. Donald John Trump (2017-2018)
46. Michael Richard Pence (2018-2019)
47. Paul Davis Ryan (2019)
48. Rex Wayne Tillerson (2019)
49. Stephen Mnuchin (2019)
50. "Jeffrey" Beauregard Sessions (2019)
51. Betsy Devos (2019)

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52. Phillip Tandy Miller (2020-2021)
53. Phillip Stacy Miller (2021-2023)
54. Phillip Tandy Miller (2023-present)


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Do you get it, or are you telling me not to post this?

Just a comment, man.
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« Reply #2101 on: March 23, 2017, 12:27:45 pm »

26. Teddy Roosevelt (Republican-NY) - 1901-1909
27. William Taft (Republican-OH) - 1909-1913
28. Teddy Roosevelt (Bull Moose-NY) - 1913-1919
29. Hiram Johnson (Bull Moose-CA) - 1919-1921
30. Thomas Marshall (Democrat-IN) - 1921-1925
31. Cordell Hull (Democrat-TN) - 1925-1929
32. William McAdoo (Democrat-CA) - 1929-1933
33. Frank Lowden (Bull Moose-IL) - 1933-1937
34. Huey Long (Share Our Wealth-LA) - 1937-1938
35. Burton Wheeler (Share Our Wealth-MT) - 1938-1941
36. Fiorello La Guardia (Bull Moose-NY) - 1941-1947
37. Earl Warren (Bull Moose-CA) - 1947-1961
38. Hubert Humphrey (Share Our Wealth-MN) - 1961-1965
39. Nelson Rockefeller (Bull Moose-NY) - 1965-1969
40. George Meany (Share Our Wealth-NY) - 1969-1977
41. Richard Schweiker (Bull Moose-PA) - 1977-1981
42. James P. Hoffa (Share Our Wealth-MI) - 1981-1989
43. Albert Brewer (Share Our Wealth-AL) - 1989-1993
44. Lamar Alexander (Bull Moose-TN) - 1993-2001
45. Paul Wellstone (Share Our Wealth-MN) - 2001-2004
46. Martha Stanley (Share Our Wealth-NC) - 2004-2009
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« Reply #2102 on: March 24, 2017, 03:53:46 pm »
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27. William Howard Taft (Republican-OH) (1909-13)
28. Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive-NY) (1913-21)
29. Charles Evans Hughes (Republican-NY) (1921-29)
30. Calvin Coolidge (Republican-MA) (1929-33)*
31. Frank O. Lowden (Republican-IL) (1933)
32. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Progressive-NY) (1933-45)*
33. Henry A. Wallace (Progressive-WI) (1945-49)
34. Thomas E. Dewey (Democratic-NY) (1949-57)
35. Earl Warren (Democratic-CA) (1957-61)
36. Pat Brown (Progressive-CA) (1961-63)**
37. Hubert Humphrey (Progressive-MN) (1963-69)
38. Nelson Rockefeller (Democratic-NY) (1969-77)
39. Henry M. Jackson (Progressive-WA) (1977-81)
40. Ronald Reagan (Democratic-CA) (1981)**
41. John Connally (Democratic-TX) (1981-89)
42. Gary Hart (Progressive-CO) (1989-91)***
43. Bill Bradley (Progressive-NJ) (1991-93)
44. Pete Wilson (Democratic-CA) (1993-01)
45. Russ Feingold (Progressive-WI) (2001-2009)
46. Rudy Giuliani (Democratic-NY) (2009-2017)
47. Marco Rubio (Democratic-FL) (2017-present)

* died in office
** assassinated
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« Reply #2103 on: March 25, 2017, 09:51:28 pm »

35. Richard M. Nixon 1961-1969 (VP: Henry Cabot Lodge)
36. Henry Cabot Lodge 1969-1973 (VP: Spiro T. Agnew)
37. Henry M. Jackson 1973-1981 (VP: Walter F. Mondale)

38. Jack F. Kemp 1981-1989 (VP: Richard S. Schweiker)
39. Richard S. Schweiker 1989-1993 (VP: John S. McCain)
40. Mario M. Cuomo 1993-1997 (VP: William J. Clinton)

41. Colin L. Powell 1997-2005 (VP: John S. McCain)
42. John R. Edwards 2005-2013 (VP: William B. Richardson)

43. Christopher J. Christie 2013-present (VP: Mitch Daniels)
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« Reply #2104 on: March 25, 2017, 10:20:52 pm »

Harry Truman/Alben Barkley (D) 1945-1957
Prescott Bush/Richard Nixon (R) 1957-1965

Hubert Humphrey/Ralph Yarborough (D) 1965-1969 [3]

Richard Nixon/Greg Hatfield (R) 1969-1974 [2]
Greg Hatfield/Gerald Ford (R) 1974-1977 [3]

Scoop Jackson/Jimmy Carter (D) 1977-1983 [1]
Jimmy Carter/Gary Hart (D) 1983-1989

John Chafee/Pete Wilson (R) 1989-1999 [1]
Pete Wilson/Colin Powell (R) 1999-2005
Colin Powell/Susan Collins (R) 2005-2007 [2]
Susan Collins/Chuck Hagel (R) 2007-2009 [3]

Inez Tenenbaum/Tim Walz (D) 2009-

[1]=Died of natural causes
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« Reply #2105 on: March 27, 2017, 01:59:28 pm »

37. Hubert Humphrey: 1969-1973
38. Ronald Reagan: 1973-1977
39. Lloyd Bentsen: 1977-1985
40. Gary Hart: 1985-1993
41. Robert Dole: 1993-2001
42. Albert Gore: 2001-2005
43. Willard M. Romney: 2005-2013
44. John McCain: 2013-2017
45. Kathleen Sebelius: 2017- Present

Defeated Tickets:

1968: Richard Nixon
1972: Hubert Humphrey
1976: Ronald Reagan
1980: George Bush
1984: Paul Laxalt
1988: Jack Kemp

1992: William J. Clinton
1996: Robert Kerrery

2000: Newt Gingrich
2004: Albert Gore
2008: Howard Dean
2012: Joseph Biden

2016: John McCain
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« Reply #2106 on: March 27, 2017, 03:58:48 pm »

27. William Howard Taft (Republican-OH) (1909-13)
28. Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive-NY) (1913-21)
29. Charles Evans Hughes (Republican-NY) (1921-29)
30. Calvin Coolidge (Republican-MA) (1929-33)*
31. Frank O. Lowden (Republican-IL) (1933)
32. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Progressive-NY) (1933-45)*
33. Henry A. Wallace (Progressive-WI) (1945-49)
34. Thomas E. Dewey (Democratic-NY) (1949-57)
35. Earl Warren (Democratic-CA) (1957-61)
36. Pat Brown (Progressive-CA) (1961-63)**
37. Hubert Humphrey (Progressive-MN) (1963-69)
38. Nelson Rockefeller (Democratic-NY) (1969-77)
39. Henry M. Jackson (Progressive-WA) (1977-81)
40. Ronald Reagan (Democratic-CA) (1981)**
41. John Connally (Democratic-TX) (1981-89)
42. Gary Hart (Progressive-CO) (1989-91)***
43. Bill Bradley (Progressive-NJ) (1991-93)
44. Pete Wilson (Democratic-CA) (1993-01)
45. Russ Feingold (Progressive-WI) (2001-2009)
46. Rudy Giuliani (Democratic-NY) (2009-2017)
47. Marco Rubio (Democratic-FL) (2017-present)

* died in office
** assassinated
*** resigned

Going >50 years without the Presidency would usually destroy a political party.
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« Reply #2107 on: March 30, 2017, 11:55:53 pm »

PRESIDENTS of the UNITED STATES
1. George Washington (Independent, Virginia) 1789 - 1793 †
2. John Adams (Federalist, Massachusetts) 1793 - 1797 *
3. Thomas Jefferson (Republican, Virginia) 1797 - 1801 *
4. John Adams (Federalist, Massachusetts) 1801 - 1809
5. John Marshall (Federalist, Virginia) 1809 - 1813 *
6. DeWitt Clinton (Republican, New York) 1813 - 1821
7. John Q. Adams (Federalist, Massachusetts) 1821 - 1825 *
8. Henry Clay (Republican, Kentucky) 1825 - 1837 [1]
9. William H. Harrison (Republican, Ohio) 1837 - 1841
10. Martin Van Buren (Whig, New York) 1841 - 1846 † [2]
11. John A. Quitman (Whig, Mississippi) 1846 - 1849 [3]
12. James Buchanan (American, Pennsylvania) 1849 - 1853 [4]
13. Jesse D. Bright (Whig, Indiana) 1853 - 1857 [5]
14. Salmon P. Chase (Democratic, Ohio) 1857 - 1861 [6]
15. William H. Seward (Union, New York) 1861 - 1869 [7]
16. Joshua L. Chamberlain (Union, Maine) 1869 - 1873
17. Benjamin Bristow (Union, Kentucky) 1873 - 1877
18. Charles F. Adams (Liberal, Massachusetts) 1877 - 1881
19. William H. English (Liberal, Indiana) 1881 - 1885
20. John A. Logan (Conservative, Illinois) 1885 - 1886 †
21. James G. Blaine (Conservative, Maine) 1886 - 1889 *
22. Walter Q. Gresham (Liberal, Indiana) 1889 - 1895 †
23. Adlai E. Stevenson I (Liberal, Illinois) 1895 - 1901
24. William B. Allison (Conservative, Iowa) 1901 - 1905
25. Mark Hana (Conservative, Ohio) 1905 - 1909 *
26. William J. Bryan (Liberal, Nebraska) 1909 - 1913
27. Thomas R. Marshall (Liberal, Indiana) 1913 - 1917
28. Atlee Pomerene (Liberal, Ohio) 1917 - 1921 *
29. Frank O. Lowden (Conservative, Ohio) 1921 - 1929
30. Joseph T. Robinson (Liberal, Arkansas) 1929 - 1931 ††
31. James M. Cox (Liberal, Ohio) 1931 - 1933 *
32. Herbert Hoover (Conservative, California) 1933 - 1941
33. Alfred Landon (Conservative, Kansas) 1941 - 1949 [9]
34. Claude Pepper (Farmer Labor, Florida) 1949 - 1953 *
35. Thomas E. Dewey (Conservative, New York) 1953 - 1961
36. Estes Kefauver (Farmer Labor, Tennessee) 1961 - 1963 †
37. Hubert H. Humphrey (Farmer Labor, Minnesota) 1963 - 1973
38. George Romney (Conservative, Michigan) 1973 - 1981
39. Birch Bayh (Farmer Labor, Indiana) 1981 - 1985 *
40. Jack Kemp (Conservative, New York) 1985 - 1989 *
41. Mario Cuomo (Farmer Labor, New York) 1989 - 1997
42. Albert A. Gore (Farmer Labor, Tennessee) 1997 - 2001 *
43. John S. McCain III (Conservative, Arizona) 2001 - 2002 ††
44. John Kasich (Conservative, Ohio) 2002 - 2005 *
45. John Edwards (Farmer Labor, North Carolina) 2005 - 2009 *
46. Mitt Romney (Conservative, Massachusetts) 2009 - 2013 *
47. Bernie Sanders (Farmer Labor, Vermont) 2013 - incumbent

† Died in office of natural causes     * Lost reelection     †† Assassinated

[1] Contracted yellow fever and died in office shortly after the start of his second term.
[2] Elected over the unpopular John Q. Adams in 1825, Clay's American System inaugurated a period of national expansion known as the "Era of Good Feeling." His adoption of select Federalist initiatives, such as the national bank, led to the collapse of that party following the 1832 elections as its members were absorbed into the Republican fold.
[3] Responsible for the annexation of Texas in 1843; subsequently went to war with Mexico for control of the Southwest after narrowly winning reelection the following year. Died in office of an unknown illness (possible food poisoning).
[4] Following the capture of Mexico City in 1846, negotiated the treaty ceding Mexican claims in the American Southwest to the United States. His support for the repeal of the Missouri Compromise to allow for the westward expansion of slavery made him widely unpopular, and he lost his party's nomination ahead of the 1848 elections.
[5] Elected amidst popular antipathy for the Whigs, Buchanan failed miserably to calm sectional tensions and did not seek a second term.
[6] Notorious "doughface" whose perceived closeness to the slave power alienated Northern Whigs. Did not seek reelection.
[7] His election on the anti-slavery Democratic Party prompted the secession of twelve slave states between December 1856 and April 1867, inaugurating the American Civil War. Subsequently issued the Proclamation of Manumission extending freedom to the slaves of the rebel states. Suffered a nervous breakdown following the death of his wife in the fall of 1859; from there on out, the duties of the chief executive were effectively exercised by Secretary of State Seward.
[8] De facto president from 1859 to 1861, his successful prosecution of the war secured the capitulation of the rebellious states in 1864. Oversaw the passage of the 13th and 14th amendments to the Constitution and the reconstruction of the Southern states.
[9] Elected president over a divided field, Langdon subsequently led the nation through the Second World War and was responsible for establishing the League of Nations. Widely regarded among the greatest American presidents.
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« Reply #2108 on: April 01, 2017, 08:00:33 pm »

27. William Howard Taft (Republican-OH) (1909-13)
28. Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive-NY) (1913-21)
29. Charles Evans Hughes (Republican-NY) (1921-29)
30. Calvin Coolidge (Republican-MA) (1929-33)*
31. Frank O. Lowden (Republican-IL) (1933)
32. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Progressive-NY) (1933-45)*
33. Henry A. Wallace (Progressive-WI) (1945-49)
34. Thomas E. Dewey (Democratic-NY) (1949-57)
35. Earl Warren (Democratic-CA) (1957-61)
36. Pat Brown (Progressive-CA) (1961-63)**
37. Hubert Humphrey (Progressive-MN) (1963-69)
38. Nelson Rockefeller (Democratic-NY) (1969-77)
39. Henry M. Jackson (Progressive-WA) (1977-81)
40. Ronald Reagan (Democratic-CA) (1981)**
41. John Connally (Democratic-TX) (1981-89)
42. Gary Hart (Progressive-CO) (1989-91)***
43. Bill Bradley (Progressive-NJ) (1991-93)
44. Pete Wilson (Democratic-CA) (1993-01)
45. Russ Feingold (Progressive-WI) (2001-2009)
46. Rudy Giuliani (Democratic-NY) (2009-2017)
47. Marco Rubio (Democratic-FL) (2017-present)

* died in office
** assassinated
*** resigned

Going >50 years without the Presidency would usually destroy a political party.
I can see your point, but the Democrats have one way of guaranteed survival; the solid south. No way anyone there would vote for a Republican or the liberal alternative of the Progressives.

In the election of 1932, the Progressives finish in first, while the Democrats come in second, and the Republicans in third. The Republican Party begins to fracture under FDR's presidency, leading to the Democratic Party taking control of both houses in the late 30s (they would control the House from 1930 to 32, but it would then go to Progressive control).

After FDR, the Republicans just barely cling onto the nation as their only places of strength are the Great Plains,Vermont, and Maine. Meanwhile on the coasts , liberal-leaning Democrats switch to Progressive with FDR's presidency and conservative-leaning Republicans join the Democratic Party as a result of the GOP's nationwide decay.

So essentially, the Democrats' "big tent" politics and a later electoral shift keep them alive.
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« Reply #2109 on: April 01, 2017, 08:21:22 pm »

All Those New Yorkers
Averell Harriman (D, 1953-1961)
Irving Ives (R, 1961-1962) died in office
William Knowland (R, 1962-1965) lost re-election
Robert F. Kennedy (D, 1965-1973)
Nelson Rockefeller (R, 1973-1979) died in office
John Tower (R, 1979-1981) lost re-election
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D, 1981-1989)
Mario Coumo (D, 1989-1993)
Jack Kemp (R, 1993-1997)
Zell Miller (D, 1997-2005)
Rudolph Guiliani (R, 2005-2013)
Hillary Clinton (D, 2013-
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« Reply #2110 on: April 01, 2017, 10:28:34 pm »
« Edited: April 01, 2017, 11:08:27 pm by Maxwell »

List of U.S. Presidents
25. William McKinley (R-OH) - 1897-1905
26. Charles Fairbanks (R-IN) - 1905-1909
27. William Randolph Hearst (D-NY) - 1909-1913
28. Eugene Debs (S-IN) - 1913-1916

DEMOCRACY ENDS, DEBS ASSASSINATED

List of Supreme Generals of the USA
1. Leonard Wood (I-MA) - 1916-1927
2. A. Mitchell Palmer (I-PA)* - 1927-1931
3. George Marshall (I-PA) - 1931-1947*

*Palmer was assassinated under mysterious circumstances
*After the end of World War II, Supreme General George Marshall plans for a responsible return to Democracy. In 1947, the public officially approves the Republic in a referendum with 64% public support, with some more prominent members of the Marshall Collective campaigning against it.

MARSHALL ESTABLISHES DEMOCRACY AGAIN

List of Presidents of the United States Republic
1. George Marshall (Conservative-PA) - 1947-1959*
2. Lemuel Shepard (Conservative-VA) - 1959-1961*
3. William Knowland (Conservative-CA) - 1961-1967*
4. Hubert Humphrey (Labour-MN) - 1967-1979*
5. John Connally (Conservative-TX) - 1979-1985
6. Jerry Brown (Labour-CA) - 1985-2003
7. John Kerry (Labour-MA) - 2003-2009
8. Jim Webb (Conservative-VA) - 2009-Today


*Presidents have six year terms. Marshall was elected in 1948, then again in 1954, but died in 1959, failing to serve out his term.
*Lemuel Shepard was appointed Vice President, and then managed his way to President. He would be the last of the old military council to make the Presidency.
*Bill Knowland is the first purely political figure to reach the White House since Eugene Debs. Knowland was known as an arch-conservative, and took measures to further "streamline" the federal government. Marshall was known for his pragmatic approach and his expanding of the tax footprint, Knowland fought to make major reductions. Knowland proved widely unpopular and had coasted on the good will of the Conservative Party, and he would lose in a blowout to Labor Leader Hubert Humphrey.
*Humphrey ran his first campaign as a very young man against George Marshall. Thinking no one could beat Marshall, Marshall ran a very lazy campaign in 1954, but Humphrey surprised everyone but holding Marshall under 50%, causing a run-off, where Marshall defeated Humphrey in a blowout. Humphrey gained good will in his party, and grew his footprint. Humphrey would bow out in 1960, allowing more moderate, more southern members of the party to take the swing. Humphrey plotted - his time was in 1966. Sure enough, 1966 sent Labour to strong majorities in the House of Representatives, and gained them the Presidency - leaving them only behind in the Military Senate, which was built sort of like the House of Lords. Humphrey proved to be a wild reformer in office, pushing through pro-unionization members, new government programs, ect. Humphrey proved to be the gold age of socialism in America. He surprised everyone by winning by a wide margin in 1972, even as a few of his foreign policy positions proved unpopular. Humphrey started to stale with voters in 1978 though, as the world economy was beginning to face dire straits, and Humphrey abandoned the chance to run for a third term.

1948 (First Round) - 72% Marshall (Conservative), 28% Others
1954 (First Round) - 47% Marshall (Conservative), 33% Humphrey (Labour), 10% Bricker (Isolationist), 10% Others
1954 (Second Round) - 57% Marshall (Conservative), 43% Humphrey (Labour)
1960 (First Round) - 39% Knowland (Conservative), 29% Kefauver (Labour), 15% Rockefeller (Independent), 10% Meany (Far Left), 7% Others
1960 (Second Round) - 52% Knowland (Conservative), 48% Kefauver (Labour)
1966 (First Round) - 47% Humphrey (Labour), 29% Knowland (Conservative), 16% Wallace (American Independent), 8% Others
1966 (Second Round) - 59% Humphrey (Labour), 41% Knowland (Conservative)
1972 (First Round) - 43% Humphrey (Labour), 32% Connally (Conservative), 13% Rockefeller (Liberal), 6% Schmitz (American Independent), 6% Others
1972 (Second Round) - 57% Humphrey (Labour), 43% Connally (Conservative)
1978 (First Round) - 37% Connally (Conservative), 36% McGovern (Labour), 20% Anderson (Liberal), 7% Others
1978 (Second Round) - 53% Connally (Conservative), 47% McGovern (Labour)
1984 (First Round) - 44% Brown (Labour), 35% Connally (Conservative), 15% Mathias (Liberal), 6% Others
1984 (Second Round) - 55% Brown (Labour), 45% Connally (Conservative)
1990 (First Round) - 39% Brown (Labour), 31% Bush (Conservative), 24% Perot (Reform), 3% Simon (Liberal), 3% Others
1990 (Second Round) - 54% Brown (Labour), 46% Bush (Conservative)
1996 (First Round) - 45% Brown (Labour), 28% (D) Trump (Reform), 24% Dole (Conservative), 3% Baker (Liberal), 4% Others
1996 (Second Round) - 68% Brown (Labour), 32% (D) Trump (Reform)
2002 (First Round) - 42% McCain (Conservative), 40% Kerry (Labour), 16% (D) Trump (Reform), 2% Others
2002 (Second Round) - 51% Kerry (Labour), 49% McCain (Conservative)
2008 (First Round) - 41% Webb (Conservative), 35% Kerry (Labour), 12% Ventura (Reform), 9% Bloomberg (Liberal), 3% Others
2008 (Second Round) - 54% Webb (Conservative), 46% Kerry (Labour)
2014 (First Round) - 39% Webb (Conservative), 38% Sanders (Labour), 18% Bloomberg (Liberal), 5% Others
2014 (Second Round) - 52% Webb (Conservative), 48% Sanders (Labour)
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« Reply #2111 on: April 03, 2017, 12:34:30 am »

PRESIDENTS of the UNITED STATES
34. Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican, Kansas) 1953 - 1955 †
35. Richard M. Nixon (Republican, California) 1955 - 1957
36. Adlai E. Stevenson II (Democratic, Illinois) 1957 - 1963 †
37. C. Estes Kefauver (Democratic, Tennessee) 1963 - 1963 †
38. John W. McCormack (Democratic, Massachusetts) 1963 - 1965
39. Hubert H. Humphrey (Democratic, Minnesota) 1965 - 1969
40. Charles H. Percy (Republican, Illinois) 1969 - 1977
41. Gerald R. Ford (Republican, Michigan) 1977 - 1981
42. Birch E. Bayh, Jr. (Democratic, Indiana) 1981 - 1989
43. Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (Democratic, Texas) 1989 - 1993
44. Jack F. Kemp (Republican, New York) 1993 - 2001
45. Richard G. Lugar (Republican, Indiana) 2001 - 2009
46. Howard B. Dean III (Democratic, Vermont) 2009 - 2017
47. Sherrod C. Brown (Democratic, Ohio) 2017 - incumbent

† Died in office of natural causes
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« Reply #2112 on: April 04, 2017, 01:12:27 pm »

PRESIDENTS of the UNITED STATES
16. Abraham Lincoln (Republican, Illinois) 1861 - 1865 [1]
17. Lafayette S. Foster (Republican, Connecticut) 1865 - 1869 [2]
18. Ulysses S. Grant (Republican, Ohio) 1869 - 1873
19. Lafayette S. Foster (Liberal Republican, Connecticut) 1873 - 1877
20. Samuel Tilden (Democratic, New York) 1877 - 1881
21. James G. Blaine (Republican, Maine) 1881 - 1885
22. Grover Cleveland (Democratic, New York) 1885 - 1889
23. John Sherman (Republican, Ohio) 1889 - 1897
24. Horace Boies (Democratic, Iowa) 1897 - 1905
25. William J. Bryan (Democratic, Nebraska) 1905 - 1909
26. Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican, Indiana) 1909 - 1914 [3]
27. Charles E. Hughes (Republican, New York) 1914 - 1917
28. Thomas R. Marshall (Democratic, Indiana) 1917 - 1921 [3]
29. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic, New York) 1921 - 1929
30. Atlee Pomerene (Democratic, Ohio) 1929 - 1933
31. Herbert Hoover (Republican, California) 1933 - 1941
32. James F. Byrnes (Democratic, South Carolina) 1941 - 1949
33. Thomas E. Dewey (Republican, New York) 1949 - 1953
34. Adlai Stevenson II (Democratic, Illinois) 1953 - 1961
35. Nelson Rockefeller (Republican, New York) 1961 - 1969
36. George Romney (Republican, Michigan) 1969 - 1977
37. Birch Bayh (Democratic, Indiana) 1977 - 1981
38. Robert J. Dole (Republican, Kansas) 1981 - 1985
39. Mario Cuomo (Democratic, New York) 1985 - 1993
40. Albert Gore (Democratic, Tennessee) 1993 - 1997
41. Richard G. Lugar (Republican, Indiana) 1997 - 2005
42. Mitt Romney (Republican, Massachusetts) 2005 - 2009
43. John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts) 2009 - 2017
44. Scott Walker (Republican, Wisconsin) 2017 - incumbent

[1] Assassinated
[2] As President Pro Tempore of the Senate, assumed the presidency upon the double assassination of President Lincoln and Vice President Johnson
[3] Died in office of natural causes
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« Reply #2113 on: April 04, 2017, 07:54:23 pm »

38. Gerald Ford (R-MI) - 1974-1981
39. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) - 1981-1985
40. Jack Kemp (R-NY) - 1985-1993
41. H. Ross Perot (I-TX) - 1993-1997
42. Ann Richards (D-TX) - 1997-2005
43. John McCain (R-AZ) - 2005-2009
44. Evan Bayh (D-IN) - 2009-2013
45. Chris Christie (R-NJ) - 2013-2016
46. Nikki Haley (R-SC) - 2016-2017
47. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) - 2017-2025
48. Tim Kaine (D-VA) - 2025-2029
49. Ivanka Trump (R-NY) - 2029-Onwards

Vice Presidents
41. Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY) - 1974-1977
42. Robert Dole (R-KS) - 1977-1981
43. Dale Bumpers (D-AR) - 1981-1985
44. Howard Baker (R-TN) - 1985-1993
45. James Stockdale (I-IL) - 1993-1997
46. Joe Biden (D-DE) - 1997-2005
47. George Allen (R-VA) - 2005-2009
48. Kathleen Sebelius (D-KS) - 2009-2013
49. Nikki Haley (R-SC) - 2013-2016
50. Colin Powell (I-NY) - 2017-2017
51. Tim Kaine (D-VA) - 2017-2025
52. Keith Ellison (D-MN) - 2025-2029
53. Luther Strange (R-AL) - 2029-Onwards

Losing Tickets
1976 - Udall/Brown
1980 - Dole/Crane
1984 - Kennedy/Bumpers
1988 - Cuomo/Gore
1992 - Quayle/Kirkpatrick, Tsongas/Gephardt
1996 - Perot/Stockdale, Alexander/Rumsfeld
2000 - McCain/Johnson, Trump/Ventura
2004 - Biden/Edwards
2008 - McCain/Allen
2012 - Bayh/Sebelius
2016 - Romney/Scott
2020 - Pence/Lee
2024 - Holcomb/Heller
2028 - Kaine/Ellison
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« Reply #2114 on: April 04, 2017, 10:56:45 pm »

John F. Kennedy 1961-1969
Ronald Reagan 1969-1977
Sam Walton 1977-1981

Gerald Ford 1981-1989
Jack Kemp 1989-1993
Bill Clinton 1993-2001

George W. Bush 2001-2003
Dick Cheney 2003-2009

Al Gore 2009-2014
Joe Biden 2014-2017

Paul LePage 2017-present

Vice-Presidents
Lyndon Johnson 1961-1969
Gerald Ford 1969-1977
Walter Mondale 1977-1981
Jack Kemp 1981-1989
Dan Quayle 1989-1993
Al Gore 1993-2001

Dick Cheney 2001-2003
John McCain 2005-2009

Rod Blagojevich 2009-2013
Joe Biden 2013-2014
Hillary Clinton 2014-2017

Mike Pence 2017-present

Failed Tickets
1960: Richard Nixon / Henry Cabot Lodge
1964: George Romney / John Tower

1968: Hubert Humphrey / Patsy Mink
1972: Ed Muskie / Tip O'Neill
1976: Nelson Rockefeller / Bob Dole

1980: Sam Walton / Walter Mondale
1984: Mario Cuomo / Gary Hart
1988: Mario Cuomo / Lloyd Bentsen

1992: Jack Kemp / Dan Quayle
1996: Jack Kemp / Lamar Alexander
2000: Al Gore / Joe Lieberman
2004: Howard Dean / Paul Kirk

2008: John McCain / Mitt Romney
2012: Rick Santorum / Todd Akin Marvin Bush

2016: Joe Biden / Tim Kaine
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« Reply #2115 on: April 05, 2017, 05:38:04 pm »

John F. Kennedy 1961-1969
Ronald Reagan 1969-1977
Sam Walton 1977-1981

Gerald Ford 1981-1989
Jack Kemp 1989-1993
Bill Clinton 1993-2001

George W. Bush 2001-2003
Dick Cheney 2003-2009

Al Gore 2009-2014
Joe Biden 2014-2017

Paul LePage 2017-present

Vice-Presidents
Lyndon Johnson 1961-1969
Gerald Ford 1969-1977
Walter Mondale 1977-1981
Jack Kemp 1981-1989
Dan Quayle 1989-1993
Al Gore 1993-2001

Dick Cheney 2001-2003
John McCain 2005-2009

Rod Blagojevich 2009-2013
Joe Biden 2013-2014
Hillary Clinton 2014-2017

Mike Pence 2017-present

Failed Tickets
1960: Richard Nixon / Henry Cabot Lodge
1964: George Romney / John Tower

1968: Hubert Humphrey / Patsy Mink
1972: Ed Muskie / Tip O'Neill
1976: Nelson Rockefeller / Bob Dole

1980: Sam Walton / Walter Mondale
1984: Mario Cuomo / Gary Hart
1988: Mario Cuomo / Lloyd Bentsen

1992: Jack Kemp / Dan Quayle
1996: Jack Kemp / Lamar Alexander
2000: Al Gore / Joe Lieberman
2004: Howard Dean / Paul Kirk

2008: John McCain / Mitt Romney
2012: Rick Santorum / Todd Akin Marvin Bush

2016: Joe Biden / Tim Kaine
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« Reply #2116 on: April 05, 2017, 05:43:41 pm »

I briefly considered calling for his banning, tbh.
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« Reply #2117 on: April 11, 2017, 03:52:27 pm »

35. John F. Kennedy [D-MA] (1961-1963†)
36. Lyndon B. Johnson [D-TX] (1963-1969)

37. Richard M. Nixon [R-CA] (1969-1974R)
38. Gerald R. Ford [R-MI] (1974-1977)

39. Jimmy Carter [D-GA] (1977-1981)
40. Ronald Reagan [R-CA] (1981†)
41. George H. W. Bush [R-TX] (1981-1985)

42. John Glenn [D-OH] (1985-1993)
43. Bob Dole [R-KS] (1993-2001)
44. Paul Wellstone [D-MN] (2001†)
45. Al Gore [D-TN] (2001-2005)

46. John S. McCain [R-AZ] (2005-2013)
47. Mitt Romney [R-MA] (2013-2017)

48. Barack Obama [D-IL] (2017-Present)
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« Reply #2118 on: April 11, 2017, 07:13:29 pm »

43. Robert Dole: 1997-2005
44. Jack Kemp: 2005-2009 (1)
45. Bernie Sanders: 2009-2013 (2)
46. Paul Ryan: 2013-2017 (2)
47. Brian Schweitzer: 2017- Present

1. Declined to run for Reelection, citing health.
2. Defeated for Reelection.
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« Reply #2119 on: April 11, 2017, 07:14:48 pm »

37. Richard M. Nixon (1969-1974)
38. Gerald R. Ford (1974-1977)
39. Ronald Reagan (1977-1981)

40. George Mitchell (1981-1989)
41. Walter Mondale (1989-1993)

42. Warren Rudman (1993-2001)
43. Al Gore (2001-2009)
44. John McCain (2009-2017)
45. Barack Obama (2017-)
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« Reply #2120 on: April 11, 2017, 07:54:32 pm »

32. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1950 (1)
33. Harry S. Truman: 1950-1953 (2)
34. Robert Taft: 1953-1954 (3)
35. Richard Nixon: 1954-1965 (4)
36. Hubert Humphrey: 1965-1969 (2)
37. Barry Goldwater: 1969-1977
38. Robert Dole: 1977-1981 (2)
39. John Connolly: 1981-1989
40. William Jefferson Clinton: 1989-2001
41. Rudolph Giuliani: 2001-2013
42. Mitt Romney: 2013 - Present

(1) Resigned for retirement and health reasons.
(2) Defeated for Reelection.
(3) Died in office, following a heart attack.
(4) Sought a 3rd term, defeated for reelection.


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« Reply #2121 on: April 12, 2017, 05:19:44 pm »

Third Time's the Fall
He was said to be invincible, the fortune-crowned president from Massachusetts, who had saved the world from nuclear war, survived an assassin's bullet in Dallas, and wrested victory from the jaws of defeat in 1964 when all but the light-hearted dreamers prophesied his defeat at the hands of Nelson Rockefeller. Yet when news of his frequent extra-marital affairs rose to public attention in the spring of 1966, at the very moment when the war in Vietnam took a turn for the worse, John Fitzgerald Kennedy became a political third rail. Resisting calls to remove the president from office, Congressional Democrats instead turned to Lyndon Baines Johnson to save the party from ignominy. One-time vice president under Kennedy, Johnson had simmered under Kennedy's neglect and in chose in '64 to forgo a second term as second fiddle to Kennedy's Mozart and returned to Congress, where he began quietly pushing legislation that would render the president a ceremonial head-of-state and establish the Speaker of the House as a de facto prime minister, with the term of the lower house extended to four years. The so-called Johnson Amendment was adopted in 1966 and enacted the following year, inaugurating (in all but name) and American parliamentary democracy.

PRESIDENTS of the UNITED STATES
35. John Fitzgerald Kennedy (Democratic, Massachusetts) 1961 - 1969
36. George Romney (Republican, Michigan) 1969 - 1977
37. Richard Schweiker (Republican, Pennsylvania) 1977 - 1981 ^
38. Birch Evan Bayh, Jr. (Democratic, Indiana) 1981 - 1989
39. Walter Cronkite (Independent, New York) 1989 - 1993
40. Eleanor Rosalynn Carter (Democratic, Georgia) 1993 - 2001
41. William Franklin Graham, Jr. (Independent, North Carolina) 2001 - 2005
42. Hillary Dianne Rodham (Democratic, Illinois) 2005 - 2013
43. Michael Bloomberg (Independent, New York) 2013 - incumbent

SPEAKERS of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
45. John W. McCormack (Democratic, Massachusetts) 1962 - 1967 ˚
46. Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic, Texas) 1967 - 1973 †
47. Carl B. Albert (Democratic, Oklahoma) 1973 - 1977 ^
48. Gerald R. Ford (Republican, Michigan) 1977 - 1981
49. Thomas P. O'Neill (Democratic, Massachusetts) 1981 - 1991 †
50. Patricia Schroeder (Democratic, Colorado) 1991 - 1997 ^
51. Robert S. Walker (Republican, Pennsylvania) 1997 - 2005
52. John R. Kasich (Republican, Ohio) 2005 - 2009 ^
53. Nancy Pelosi (Democratic, California) 2009 - 2013 ^
54. Paul D. Ryan (Republican, Wisconsin) 2013 - incumbent

˚ Resigned
† Died in office of natural causes
^ Lost reelection
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