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« Reply #4375 on: September 23, 2014, 09:01:23 pm »

√ Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine: 270 (49.3%)
Mitt Romney/Brian Sandoval: 268 (49.5%)

√ Brian Sandoval/Kelly Ayotte: 285 (50.7%)
Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine: 253 (47.9%)
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« Reply #4376 on: September 24, 2014, 01:41:10 pm »

√ Hillary Clinton/Julian Castro: 319 (50.9%)
Rand Paul/Kelly Ayotte: 219 (47.8%)
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« Reply #4377 on: October 01, 2014, 06:30:38 am »
« Edited: October 02, 2014, 03:08:22 pm by heatmaster »

Here's my take on the final result for Election Day 2012.

The Final Electoral Vote is
Romney-Pawlenty 469 from 45 states
Sebelius-Obama 69 from 5 states.
I don't have a percentage break-down, probably 58% for Romney.
Republicans pick up 5 house seats as well.
The Senate remains Democrat.
I could be wrong in the way I overestimated Romney's appeal, but a combination of a recovering Economy, Bin Laden been wasted, Hurricane Sandy and Sebelius being an unknown quantity - despite the novelty of her being the first woman to lead a major party ticket, I think I may be on the money.
I would assume that Obama is probably likely to run in 2016, though he has a Senate seat he needs to defend.
As for the Republicans, Pawlenty as the Incumbent Vice President will have more of a advantage going into 2016, however both Marco Rubio and Rand Paul could still represent problems from his right-flank and Romney is likely to confront problems with the ISIS as is the case in RTL. I don't think whatever Romney does with Putin over Ukraine will change the dynamics very much. Though NATO and Europe buttressed by Romney and probably with John McCain at the State Department will probably have more of a robust response than is currently the case. I think by October 2014, things will be no more of a bed of roses for Romney as currently the case.

NH1 inspired me to post this map. I know this map could be overestimating Romney's support. I would concede that Sebelius may well pull California into her column and also bring Washington State and maybe Oregon - but that could very well go for Romney. However, I think New Jersey would go for Romney as easily as it might for Christie. Pennsylvania in a good "Romney Economy" will plump for Romney and is not "fools gold". I have to laugh at Democrats, they have no problem in giving Obama landslides, yet when us Republicans do likewise for whomever we have running,  we are rendered "Mad" or have "taken leave of our senses" It appears Democrats want it all there own way. I allow Democrat trolls there indulgences. So if Obama can sweep the country, then so can Romney or Christie or Jeb. By the way as Sebelius comes from Kansas, and she likely is unable to carry her own back yard, then it's likely she's getting creamed by Romney☺
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« Reply #4378 on: October 01, 2014, 07:44:12 pm »

Third Time's The Charm
√ Mitt Romney/Kelly Ayotte: 285 (49.7%)
Hillary Clinton/Julian Castro: 253 (48.9%)
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« Reply #4379 on: October 05, 2014, 05:28:41 pm »

√ Newt Gingrich/Marco Rubio: 275 (66,745,953) (49.9%)
Barack Obama/Joe Biden: 263 (65,996,899) (49.3%)

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« Reply #4380 on: October 05, 2014, 05:29:23 pm »



This map refers to education and darker states have more.
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« Reply #4381 on: October 05, 2014, 08:54:42 pm »

A Different World

1964: Rematch
√ John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson: 327 (51.8%)
Richard Nixon/William Scranton: 211 (48.0%)

1968: LBJ v Goldwater
√ Barry Goldwater/Nelson Rockefeller: 323 (50.9%)
Lyndon Johnson/Hubert Humphrey: 215 (48.1%)

1972: It's Barry in a Landslide
√ Barry Goldwater/Nelson Rockefeller: 379 (56.9%)
Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie: 159 (42.8%)
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« Reply #4382 on: October 05, 2014, 10:21:51 pm »
« Edited: October 05, 2014, 10:24:48 pm by Illuminati Blood Drinker »

Calculating the results in 1968 based upon Wallace's peak in mid-September, using this method set out by user "Plumber" over on AH.com...



...turns out to mean absolutely dick-all due to Humphrey's implosion (he drops by nearly 12 and a half percentage points).

√ Richard Nixon (R-CA)/Spiro Agnew (R-MD): 46.6%, 449 EVs
George Wallace (AI-AL)/Curtis LeMay (AI-OH): 22.7%, 64 EVs
Hubert H. Humphrey (D-MN)/Edmund Muskie (D-ME): 30.3%, 25 EVs
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« Reply #4383 on: October 06, 2014, 09:53:49 am »

1976: Bayh v. Rocky
√ Birch Bayh/Jimmy Carter: 273 (49.6%)
Nelson Rockefeller/Ronald Reagan: 265 (49.5%)

1980: Refocusing: Bush v. Bayh
√ George H.W. Bush/Robert Dole: 401 (55.4%)
Birch Bayh/Jimmy Carter: 137 (43.9%)

1984: A Kinder, Gentler America
√ George H.W. Bush/Robert Dole: 462 (57.1%)
Edward M. Kennedy/Walter Mondale: 76 (41.9%)

1988: Republican Dominance
√ Robert Dole/Jack Kemp: 410 (55.0%)
Gary Hart/Lloyd Bentsen: 128 (43.8%)

1992: End of an Era?
√ Michael Dukakis/Thomas Harkin: 302 (50.7%)
Robert Dole/Jack Kemp: 236 (48.2%)

1996: The Split
√ George W. Bush/Judd Gregg: 270 (49.3%)
Michael Dukakis/Thomas Harkin: 268 (49.6%)


2000: Solidification
√ George W. Bush/Judd Gregg: 278 (49.7%)
Michael Dukakis/Albert Gore: 260: (49.0%)

2004: Somewhat Sturdier Ground
√ Judd Gregg/Rudolph Giuliani: 287 (50.5%)
Albert Gore/John Kerry: 251 (48.2%)

2008: Surprise Defeat
√ Mark Warner/Russel Feingold: 284 (50.4%)
Judd Gregg/Rudolph Giuliani: 254 (48.5%)

2012: History Made
√ Olympia Snowe/Michael Steele: 294 (49.3%)
Mark Warner/Russell Feingold: 244 (48.3%)
Other: 0 (2.2%)

2016: Historic Campaign
√ Michael Steele/John Kasich: 299 (50.2%)
Jeanne Shaheen/Gavin Newsom: 239 (48.1%)
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« Reply #4384 on: October 08, 2014, 04:49:42 pm »

McCain Saves the GOP
√ John McCain/Kay Bailey Hutchison: 278 (50.0%)
Hillary Clinton/Ed Randell: 260 (48.7%)


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« Reply #4385 on: October 08, 2014, 06:28:37 pm »

A Different World

1964: Rematch
√ John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson: 327 (51.8%)
Richard Nixon/William Scranton: 211 (48.0%)

1968: LBJ v Goldwater
√ Barry Goldwater/Nelson Rockefeller: 323 (50.9%)
Lyndon Johnson/Hubert Humphrey: 215 (48.1%)

1972: It's Barry in a Landslide
√ Barry Goldwater/Nelson Rockefeller: 379 (56.9%)
Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie: 159 (42.8%)
You maps look pretty good actually, though I think that in 1964, the Deep South would likely go unpledged or vote for a Dixiecrat candidate if the matchup turned out to be Kennedy vs. Nixon.
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« Reply #4386 on: October 09, 2014, 01:54:41 am »
« Edited: October 09, 2014, 05:30:24 am by GOPLibertarian »

2008 Presidential Election:



Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R - AR)/Senator Kay Hutchison (R - TX): 314 EVs
Vice President Joseph Lieberman (D - CT)/Former Governor Tom Vilsack (D - IA): 224 EVs

(Footnote: Gore replaced Bush in-universe and managed to get re-elected.)
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« Reply #4387 on: October 09, 2014, 07:38:50 am »
« Edited: December 10, 2014, 05:02:13 pm by MATTROSE94 »

1964 (Nelson Rockefeller gets the Republican nomination):

President Lyndon Johnson (D-TX)/Senator Hubert Humphrey (D-MN): 448 Electoral Votes (56.8%)
Governor Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY)/Former Governor Cecil Underwood (R-WV): 73 Electoral Votes (39.5%)
John Kasper (National States Rights-NY)/J. B. Stoner (National States Rights-GA): 17 Electoral Votes (3.4%)
Others (Communist, Socialist Workers, Prohibition, Etc.): 0 Electoral Votes (0.2%)
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« Reply #4388 on: October 09, 2014, 09:46:19 am »

Plausible West Wing Maps

1998

√ Bartlett: 297 (49.5%)
Republican Vice President: 241 (49.0%)

2002:
√ Bartlett: 358 (53.7%)
Ritchie: 180 (44.9%)

2006:
√ Vinick: 325 (51.1%)
Santos: 213 (47.7%)

2010:
√ Vinick: 471 (60.0%)
Russell: 67 (38.7%)
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« Reply #4389 on: October 09, 2014, 03:37:15 pm »

2000: Gore wins!



Vice President Al Gore (D-TN)/Senator Joe Lieberman (D-CT) - 48.7%, 292 EV's
Governor George W. Bush (R-TX)/Fmr. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney (R-WY) - 47.9%, 246 EV's

2004: New Running mate, Same President



President Al Gore (D-TN)/Secretary of State Joe Biden (D-DE) - 48.2%, 272 EV's
Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) - 48.5%, 266 EV's

2008: The Rise of Fitzgerald



Senator Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL)/Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) - 53.9%, 402 EV's
Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE)/Congressman Chet Edwards (D-TX) - 43.8%, 136 EV's

2012: A tough re-election



President Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL)/Vice President Lamar Alexander (R-TN) - 50.6%, 298 EV's
Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) - 47.2%, 240 EV's
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« Reply #4390 on: October 09, 2014, 06:45:33 pm »
« Edited: October 09, 2014, 11:02:48 pm by BaconBacon96 »



Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson/Alabama Senator John Sparkman- 294 EVs
Fmr. Minnesota Governor Harold Stassen/Ohio Senator John Bricker- 196 EVs
General Douglas MacArthur/South Carolina Governor James F. Byrnes- 41 EVs


In 1952, The Republican Party nominated liberal Harold Stassen after a long convention fight. Conservatives draft general Douglas MacArthur to run on a strong anti-communist platform. The split vote allow Stevenson to win the election and assume the presidency.
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« Reply #4391 on: October 12, 2014, 06:25:28 pm »

√ (D)  Clinton/Bayh: 443 (44.7%)
(R) Bush/Paul: 64 (34.9%)
(I) Huckabee/Palin: 31 (19.3%)
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« Reply #4392 on: October 12, 2014, 09:31:03 pm »

√ (D)  Clinton/Bayh: 443 (44.7%)
(R) Bush/Paul: 64 (34.9%)
(I) Huckabee/Palin: 31 (19.3%)
I think that MS & SC would go for Clinton while TN, KY & WV would go to Huckabee.
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« Reply #4393 on: October 24, 2014, 08:52:57 pm »

√ John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson: 407 (55.1%)
Barry Goldwater/William Miller: 131 (44.6%)

√ Lyndon Johnson/Hubert Humphrey: 270 (42.1%)
Richard Nixon/Nelson Rockefeller: 223 (42.0%)
George Wallace/Curtis LeMay: 14.9%

√ Ronald Reagan/George Romney: 344 (53.4%)
Hubert Humphrey/Lloyd Bentsen: 195 (45.7%)


√ Ronald Reagan/George Romney: 511 (59.9%)
George McGovern/Walter Mondale: 27 (39.3%)

√ John Connally/Bob Dole: 391 (55.9%)
Robert F. Kennedy/Henry Jackson: 147 (44.0%)

√ Lloyd Bentsen/John Glenn: 275 (49.6%)
John Connally/Bob Dole: 263 (49.4%)

√ Lloyd Bentsen/John Glenn: 466 (60.1%)
Bob Dole/Paul Laxalt: 72 (38.9%)

√ John Glenn/Bill Clinton: 351 (52.5%)
George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle: 187 (45.9%)

√ Bill Clinton/Jerry Brown: 367 (49.5%)
Arlen Specter/Lamar Alexander: 171 (44.3%)
Pat Buchanan/Gary Bauer: 0 (5.2%)

Bill Clinton/Jerry Brown: 272 (49.2%)
John McCain/Kay Bailey Hutchinson: 269 (49.3%)

√ John McCain/John Engler: 342 (51.8%)
Jerry Brown/John Kerry: 196 (46.5%)

√ John McCain/John Engler: 426 (57.4%)
Howard Dean/Dianne Feinstein: 112 (41.5%)

√ Olympia Snowe/Tim Pawlenty: 373 (54.1%)
Martin O'Malley/Hillary Clinton: 165 (43.8%)
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« Reply #4394 on: October 25, 2014, 07:42:54 am »

I had too much fun making a random title for this map.

1988, Year of the Pornstache



Governor Terry Branstad (R - IA)/Senator Pete Wilson (R - CA): 54.5% PV, 403 EVs
Governor Mario Cuomo (D - NY)/Governor Bob Kerrey (D - NE): 44.8% PV, 135 EVs
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« Reply #4395 on: October 25, 2014, 05:54:01 pm »

√ Glenn Allan Walken: 311 (51.0%)
Matt Santos: 227 (47.7%)
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« Reply #4396 on: October 28, 2014, 05:19:06 pm »


1972: President Richard M. Nixon (R-NY)/Vice President Spiro T. Agnew (R-MD) 369 electoral votes
1984: President Ronald W. Reagan (R-CA)/Vice President George H.W. Bush (R-TX) 169 electoral votes


Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) 271 electoral votes
Senator George McGovern (D-SD) 267 electoral votes
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« Reply #4397 on: October 28, 2014, 06:49:06 pm »
« Edited: October 28, 2014, 07:05:23 pm by Yelnoc »

1980: Anderson gives Carter a second term



Jimmy Carter 41.0%, 297 EVs
Ronald Reagan 40.75%, 241 EVs
John Anderson 16.61%
Others 1.62%

For the fun of it, I subtracted 10 from Obama 2012 and 6 from Romney 2012 to get this hypothetical 2016 map under the same conditions.



Hillary Clinton 41.01%, 272 EVs
Ted Cruz 41.15%, 266 EVs
Bernie Sanders, 16.35%
Others 1.48%
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« Reply #4398 on: October 28, 2014, 09:09:26 pm »

The American President: Reelection
[b√ ]Bob Rumson: 271 (49.3%)[/b]
Andrew Sheppard: 267 (49.2%)
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« Reply #4399 on: October 30, 2014, 09:12:24 am »
« Edited: November 07, 2014, 08:40:13 am by MATTROSE94 »

Here's a series of maps based off of this timeline http://www.alternatehistory.com/discussion/showthread.php?t=1754:

1960:

Vice President Richard Nixon (R-CA)/UN Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R-MA): 276 Electoral Votes
Senator John F. Kennedy (D-MA)/Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson (D-TX): 253 Electoral Votes
Unpledged Electors: 8 Electoral Votes

1964: (note: The Civil Rights Act isn't passed until late 1966 and the Voting Rights Act is not passed until 1973. The reason why the passage of The Civil Rights Act is delayed is because Lyndon Johnson refuses to work with President Nixon on the civil rights issue and returns to his Dixiecrat roots in order to appeal to voters in the Deep South in 1964)

President Richard Nixon (R-CA)/Vice President Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R-MA): 293 Electoral Votes
Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson (D-TX)/Congressman James Roosevelt (D-CA): 245 Electoral Votes


1968:

Senator Robert Kennedy (D-NY)/Senator George McGovern (D-SD): 305 Electoral Votes
Vice President Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R-MA)/Governor Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY): 81 Electoral Votes
Governor George Wallace (Dixiecrat-AL)/Senator Strom Thurmond (Dixiecrat-SC): 152 Electoral Votes

1972:

President Robert Kennedy (D-NY)/Vice President George McGovern (D-SD): 276 Electoral Votes
Governor Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY)/Governor Spiro Agnew (R-MD): 246 Electoral Votes
Unpledged Electors: 16 Electoral Votes

1976:

Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/House Speaker Gerald Ford (R-MI): 371 Electoral Votes
Vice President George McGovern (D-SD)/Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA): 167 Electoral Votes

1980:

President Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/Vice President Gerald Ford (R-MI): 386 Electoral Votes
Senate Majority Leader Robert Byrd (D-WV)/Senator Ernest Hollings (D-SC): 152 Electoral Votes

1984:

Senator Walter Mondale (D-MN)/Senator Gary Hart (D-CO): 285 Electoral Votes
Vice President Gerald Ford (R-MI)/Senator George H.W. Bush (R-TX): 253 Electoral Votes

1988:

Senator Bob Dole (R-KS)/Congressman Jack Kemp (R-NY): 325 Electoral Votes
President Walter Mondale (D-MN)/Vice President Gary Hart (D-CO): 213 Electoral Votes

1992:

Governor Michael Dukakis (D-MA)/Congressman Dick Gephardt (D-MO): 299 Electoral Votes
President Bob Dole (R-KS)/Vice President Jack Kemp (R-NY): 239 Electoral Votes

1996:

President Michael Dukakis (D-MA)/Vice President Dick Gephardt (D-MO): 379 Electoral Votes
House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA)/Senator Dan Quayle (R-IN): 159 Electoral Votes

2000:

Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Governor John Engler (R-MI): 272 Electoral Votes
Vice President Dick Gephardt (D-MO)/Senator Bill Clinton (D-AR): 266 Electoral Votes

2004:

President John McCain (R-AZ)/Vice President John Engler (R-MI): 394 Electoral Votes
Governor Howard Dean (D-VT)/Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH): 144 Electoral Votes
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