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« Reply #3450 on: December 13, 2012, 08:43:50 pm »

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« Reply #3451 on: December 18, 2012, 12:35:13 am »
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« Reply #3452 on: December 18, 2012, 04:50:56 pm »

Christie/Sandoval v. O'Malley/Warren
Christie/Sandoval: 317 (50.9%)
O'Malley/Warren: 221 (47.7%)

Christie/Sandoval v. Castro/Newsom
Christie/Sandoval: 372 (55.3%)
Castro/Newsom: 166 (44.5%)
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« Reply #3453 on: December 23, 2012, 11:09:53 am »

Obama/Biden: 490 (50.7%)
Santorum/Perry: 40 (29.9%)
Huntsman/Hagel: 8 (18.0%)
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« Reply #3454 on: December 23, 2012, 02:34:04 pm »

Guess.

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« Reply #3455 on: December 26, 2012, 12:01:38 pm »

1988: Cuomo/Clinton vs. Bush/Quayle

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« Reply #3456 on: December 26, 2012, 12:07:36 pm »
« Edited: January 01, 2013, 01:13:59 am by Cathcon »

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« Reply #3457 on: December 26, 2012, 04:56:44 pm »

2000-Third Term Clinton.

President Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Vice President Al Gore (D-TE)-354 EV, 52.45% of the popular vote.
Senator Trent Lott (R-MS)/Congressman JC Watts (R-OK)-184 EV, 45.13% of the popular vote.
Mr. Donald Trump (RF-NY)/Mr. John Hagelin (RF-IA)-1.09% of the popular vote.
Mr. Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Mrs. Winona LaDuke (G-MN)-0.79% of the popular vote.
Mr. Pat Buchanan (C-VA)/Senator Bob Smith (C-NH)-0.38% of the popular vote.
Mr. Harry Browne (L-TE)/Mr. David Nolan (L-AZ)-0.16% of the popular vote.
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« Reply #3458 on: December 26, 2012, 06:10:51 pm »

2004

Governor Tommy Thompson (R-WI)/Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)-321 EV, 54.40% of the popular vote.
Governor Howard Dean (D-VT)/Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA)-217 EV, 44.56% of the popular vote.
Mr. Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Mrs. Pat LaMarche (G-ME)-0.66% of the popular vote.
Mr. Barry Hess (L-AZ)/Mrs. Mary Ruwart (L-TX)-0.15% of the popular vote.
Mr. Chuck Baldwin (C-FL)/Mrs. Susan Ducey (C-KS)-0.13% of the popular vote.
Mr. John Hagelin (RF-IA)/Mr. Charles Collins (RF-FL)-0.10% of the popular vote.
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« Reply #3459 on: December 31, 2012, 11:15:37 pm »
« Edited: December 31, 2012, 11:18:08 pm by Cathcon »

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« Reply #3460 on: January 01, 2013, 03:59:44 pm »

Christie/Martinez: 320 (51.4%)
Cuomo/Baldwin: 218 (47.2%)
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« Reply #3461 on: January 02, 2013, 08:34:21 pm »
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President Gore: 2000
Vice Pres. Gore/Sen. Joe Lieberman: 350 (52.2%)
Gov. George Bush/Dick Cheney: 188 (46.4%)

The Closest Election in History: 2004
Sen. John McCain/Gov. Mike Huckabee: 272 (49.1%)
Pres. Al Gore/Vice Pres. Joe Lieberman: 266 (49.0%)

Close, but No Cigar: 2008
Pres. John McCain/Vice Pres. Huckabee: 278 (49.9%)
Gov. Mark Warner/Sen. Russ Feingold: 260 (48.8%)

History: 2012
Gov. Hillary Clinton/Sen. Barack Obama: 353 (53.9%)
Vice Pres. Mike Huckabee/Gov. Mitch Daniels: 185 (44.6%)

Sweet 16: 2016
Pres. Hillary Clinton/Vice Pres. Barack Obama: 402 (55.3%)
Sen. Jim DeMint/Sen. John Thune: 136 (43.2%)

Going for Broke: 2020
Vice Pres. Barack Obama/Rep. Julian Castro: 374 (52.9%)
Gov. Sarah Palin/Sen. Rand Paul: 164 (45.7%)

Obama-Nation: 2024
Pres. Barack Obama/ Vice Pres. Julian Castro: 315 (50.5%)
Gov. Kevin Smith/Gov. Bob McDonnell: 223 (48.3%)

The Comeback: 2028
Gov. Marco Rubio/Sen. Kelly Ayotte: 296 (50.3%)
Vice Pres. Julian Castro/Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand: 242 (48.5%)

Sweet Victory: 2032
Pres. Marco Rubio/Vice Pres. Kelly Ayotte: 409 (56.2%)
Gov. Kamala Harris/Sen. Cory Booker: 129 (43.4%)
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« Reply #3462 on: January 03, 2013, 06:26:27 pm »

1980

President James Carter (Democrat-GA)/Vice President Walter Mondale (Democrat-MN)-270 EV, 49.65% of the popular vote.
Former CIA Director George Bush (Republican-TX)/Congressman John Anderson (Republican-IL)-268 EV, 48.92% of the popular vote.
Mr. Ed Clark (Libertarian-CA)/Mr. David Koch (Libertarian-KS)-0.88% of the popular vote.
Mr. Barry Commoner (Citizens-NY)/Mrs. LaDonna Harris (Citizens-OK)-0.45% of the popular vote.
Other (Socialist Workers, Communist, American)-0.10%
Notes: President Carter was assassinated early on in his second term. President Mondale was unpopular at first, but by 1984, his popularity was high due to the recovering economy.

1984

President Walter Mondale (Democrat-MN)/Vice President Alan Cranston (Democrat-CA)-271 EV, 50.15% of the popular vote.
Senator Robert Dole (Republican-KA)/Senator Paul Laxalt (Republican-NV)-267 EV, 48.60% of the popular vote.
Mr. David Bergland (Libertarian-CA)/Mr. Jim Lewis (Libertarian-CT)-0.67% of the popular vote.
Mr. David Duke (Populist-LA)/Mr. Bob Richards (Populist-TX)-0.33% of the popular vote.
Other (Socialist Workers, American, Citizens)-0.25% of the popular vote.
1988

Senator Paul Laxalt (Republican-NV)/Congressman Jack Kemp (Republican-NY)-306 EV, 51.70% of the popular vote.
Vice President Alan Cranston (Democrat-CA)/Senator Joe Biden (Democrat-DE)-232 EV, 46.55% of the popular vote.
Former Congressman Ron Paul (Libertarian-TX)/Mr. Andre Marrou (Libertarian-AK)-1.15% of the popular vote.
Mrs. Lenora Fulani (New Alliance-NY)/Mrs. LaDonna Harris (New Alliance-OK)-0.45% of the popular vote.
Other (Populist, Citizens, Socialist Workers)-0.15% of the popular vote.
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« Reply #3463 on: January 03, 2013, 07:25:16 pm »


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« Reply #3464 on: January 03, 2013, 07:42:33 pm »

This is just my thought, Its just my imaginination, so please don't critisize me.

Okay so this is the backstory: Gerald Ford decided to pick Ronald Reagan as his VP in 1974, just so he won't have a really hard time in the Primaries in 1976. So here's my thought on that result.



President Gerald R. Ford/Vice-President Ronald Reagan

Governor Jimmy Carter/Senator Walter Mondale

Please highlight inaccuraccies, I'm trying to be as accurate as possible.
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« Reply #3465 on: January 03, 2013, 08:07:52 pm »

Okay so its 1980 now, President Ford has announced that he wont run for re-election, and Bob Dole has won the nomination, instead of Reagan. He picks George H.W. Bush as his VP. Governor Carter has retaken the nomination, and has picked Joe Biden of Deleware as his VP.

Again, please highlight inaccuraccies, I'm trying to be as accurate as possible.





Governor Jimmy Carter/Senator Joe Biden
Senator Bob Dole/Former Director of the CIA George H.W. Bush
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« Reply #3466 on: January 03, 2013, 08:24:28 pm »

1984, President Carter is getting very unpopular due to his handling of the Cold War. Former Vice President Reagan has won the nomination, he picks George H.W. Bush as his VP.



Former Vice President Ronald Reagan/Former Director of the CIA George H. W. Bush EV:270

President Jimmy Carter/Vice President Joe Biden EV:268
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« Reply #3467 on: January 03, 2013, 08:48:21 pm »
« Edited: January 03, 2013, 09:18:55 pm by Jack Enderman »

1988. President Reagan, even though his health is very shabby, he runs for reelection anyway, Vice President Kemp doesn't run, so Reagan picks Senator Quayle of Indiana instead. Former Vice President Biden wins the nomination, he picks Governor Bill Clinton as his VP.
The Public is wondering if the President is actually capable of fullfiling his job.



he was reelected anyway.

President Reagan/Senator Quayle 301
Former Vice President Joe Biden/Governor Bill Clinton 237

please, highlight innacuracies. I'm trying to be accurate.
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« Reply #3468 on: January 03, 2013, 09:02:08 pm »

1992 Due to Reagan being term limited, Vice President Quayle wins the nomination, with Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina as his VP. Michael Dukakis, picks Senator Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts. I don't know how this will turn out, so you guy's pick it.
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« Reply #3469 on: January 03, 2013, 09:15:52 pm »

1992 Due to Reagan being term limited, Vice President Quayle wins the nomination, with Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina as his VP. Michael Dukakis, picks Senator Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts. I don't know how this will turn out, so you guy's pick it.
Actually Dukakis and Tsongas both come form Massachusetts soo the electoral vote of Massachusetts can not go to them
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« Reply #3470 on: January 03, 2013, 09:17:09 pm »
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1992 Due to Reagan being term limited, Vice President Quayle wins the nomination, with Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina as his VP. Michael Dukakis, picks Senator Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts. I don't know how this will turn out, so you guy's pick it.
Actually Dukakis and Tsongas both come form Massachusetts soo the electoral vote of Massachusetts can not go to them

oh great, the Constitution I forgot! XD
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« Reply #3471 on: January 04, 2013, 01:13:14 am »



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« Reply #3472 on: January 04, 2013, 03:09:04 pm »

1992 Due to Reagan being term limited, Vice President Quayle wins the nomination, with Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina as his VP. Michael Dukakis, picks Governor Howard Dean for VP. Perot runs but picks Choate.


Dukakis/Dean 337
Quayle/Dole 189
Perot/Choate 12

for the first time since 1968, a third party has gotten electoral votes.
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« Reply #3473 on: January 04, 2013, 03:19:08 pm »

1996 Dukakis is doing quite well, he has had his bad parts in his term, but all-in-all, he hasn't done a bad job, (but that's just what we know). Former 1980 Presidential Nominee Bob Dole has once again captured the nomination, with his VP Jack Kemp. Perot has selected Nader for VP this time.



Dukakis/Dean 364
Dole/Kemp 155
Perot/Nader 19
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« Reply #3474 on: January 04, 2013, 04:47:55 pm »

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