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« Reply #3475 on: January 09, 2013, 09:30:06 am »

Romney/Ryan: 353 (53.0%)
Obama/Biden: 185 (45.3%

Clinton/Warner: 303 (50.3%)
Ryan/Jindal: 235 (48.6%)
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« Reply #3476 on: January 11, 2013, 06:17:44 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.

How in the world does an all-Northern D ticket win so many southern States?
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« Reply #3477 on: January 11, 2013, 09:19:28 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.

How in the world does an all-Northern D ticket win so many southern States?

I forgot about those southern states, I used the 1992 EV map, and I forgot to flip Tenessee, and Arkansas. D:
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« Reply #3478 on: January 13, 2013, 06:48:16 am »

Here's a much more realistic map:



Dukakis/Dean: 326
Quayle/Dole: 202
Perot/Choate: 10
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« Reply #3479 on: January 13, 2013, 10:55:37 am »


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« Reply #3480 on: January 13, 2013, 02:15:56 pm »



1. I was bored so, I decided to do a pattern on the setting of the states.

2. Who do you think which tickets can make it like; or closest to this?
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« Reply #3481 on: January 13, 2013, 06:14:41 pm »



1. I was bored so, I decided to do a pattern on the setting of the states.

2. Who do you think which tickets can make it like; or closest to this?

Wow that map is a bit random, unrealistic and messy, I mean, D.C going Republican? Democrats winning UT, OK and WY? But i will play a long.

After much consideration, it would have to be Joe Manchin (D-WV)/John Hickenlooper (D-CO) vs. Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)/Herman Cain (R-GA) 
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« Reply #3482 on: January 14, 2013, 05:35:34 pm »

Republican: 503 (47.7%)
Independent: 25 (21.4%)
Democrat: 10 (29.5%)
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« Reply #3483 on: January 14, 2013, 07:21:04 pm »

Republican: 503 (47.7%)
Independent: 25 (21.4%)
Democrat: 10 (29.5%)


Okay, It pains for me to ask you this but, which person would make it like that?
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« Reply #3484 on: January 15, 2013, 03:18:36 pm »

November 8th, 2016


Chris Christie / Marco Rubio 280 (50.7%)
Andrew Cuomo / Elizabeth Warren 258 (48.3%)


November 3rd, 2020


Brian Schweitzer / Deval Patrick 271 (49.5%)
Chris Christie / Marco Rubio 267 (49.1%)
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« Reply #3485 on: January 20, 2013, 01:58:57 pm »

2000 Republican Primaries

Green-Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander of Tennessee
Red-Senator John Ashcroft of Missouri
Yellow-Senator John S. McCain of Arizona
Blue-Businessman Steve Forbes of New York

2004 Republican Primaries

Blue-Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani of New York
Red-Governor Mike Huckabee of Arkansas
Green-Senator Charles E. "Chuck" Hagel of Nebraska

2004 General Election

Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani (Republican-New York)/Governor Michael Huckabee (Republican-Arkansas) 326 electoral votes, 52.3% of the popular vote
President Albert Gore Jr. (Democrat-Tennessee)/Vice President Joseph I. Lieberman (Democrat-Connecticut) 212 electoral votes, 46.9% of the popular vote
Others: 0 electoral votes, .8% of the popular vote
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« Reply #3486 on: January 20, 2013, 10:05:00 pm »



Red states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density above the national average, blue states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density below the national average, green states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density below the national average, & yellow states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density above the national average. The shading is based on the overall population of the state, with darker states having a higher population.
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« Reply #3487 on: January 23, 2013, 09:40:57 am »



Jimmy Carter / Walter Mondale (Democratic): 51.01%
Ronald Reagan / George Bush (Republican): 40.75%
John Anderson / Pat Lucey (Independent): 6.61%
Ed Clark / David Koch (Libertarian): 1.06%



Walter Mondale / Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic): 50.56%
George Bush / Dick Lugar (Republican): 48.77%



Walter Mondale / Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic): 55.65%
Bob Dole / Jack Kemp (Republican): 43.37%
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« Reply #3488 on: January 23, 2013, 10:26:09 am »



Red states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density above the national average, blue states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density below the national average, green states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density below the national average, & yellow states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density above the national average. The shading is based on the overall population of the state, with darker states having a higher population.

I'm pretty sure North Carolina should be yellow here.  There's no way it's less dense than, say, Alabama and Kentucky.
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« Reply #3489 on: January 23, 2013, 01:18:35 pm »



Red states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density above the national average, blue states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density below the national average, green states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density below the national average, & yellow states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density above the national average. The shading is based on the overall population of the state, with darker states having a higher population.

I'm pretty sure North Carolina should be yellow here.  There's no way it's less dense than, say, Alabama and Kentucky.

Yeah, Wikipedia has NC at 198.2 p/miČ and the US at 88.08 p/miČ.
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« Reply #3490 on: January 27, 2013, 12:17:43 am »

2016: Clinton/Schweitzer v. Christie/Rice
Hillary Clinton: 300 (50.47%)
Christopher Christie: 238 (48.16%)

2020: Rubio/Ayotte v. Schweitzer/Booker
Marco Rubio: 284 (50.02%)
Brian Schweitzer: 254 (48.65%)
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« Reply #3491 on: January 27, 2013, 06:13:23 pm »



Red states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density above the national average, blue states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density below the national average, green states are states that voted for Obama & have a population density below the national average, & yellow states are states that voted for Romney & have a population density above the national average. The shading is based on the overall population of the state, with darker states having a higher population.

I'm pretty sure North Carolina should be yellow here.  There's no way it's less dense than, say, Alabama and Kentucky.

Yeah, Wikipedia has NC at 198.2 p/miČ and the US at 88.08 p/miČ.

Yeah, North Carolina is actually the most densely populated state that voted for Romney, I'm not sure how I made that mistake...

This is what the map should look like:

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« Reply #3492 on: January 28, 2013, 03:42:57 pm »

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« Reply #3493 on: January 30, 2013, 03:02:10 am »

Wonder if someone will guess this one. Wink

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« Reply #3494 on: January 30, 2013, 03:44:37 pm »

Marco Rubio/Scott Brown: 291 (50.10%)
Joe Biden/Kirsten Gillibrand: 247 (48.55%
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« Reply #3495 on: January 30, 2013, 03:49:59 pm »


How did you get Puerto Rico on there?
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« Reply #3496 on: January 30, 2013, 06:02:10 pm »
« Edited: January 30, 2013, 06:11:21 pm by badgate »

These are old maps on my Washington Post Politics iPad app; during the election, they had an electoral map feature but took it away. The maps I'd saved were frozen as they are, thought I'd post them for fun. Just note these maps are slightly partisan, ie the Democrat wins every time. Tongue




Andrew Cuomo - 273
Marco Rubio - 265



Hillary Rodham Clinton - 295
Susana Martinez - 243

(Ignore the dark shade in Arkansas; I already refreshed the EVC and am too lazy to redo this map lol)



Path to 270 is what I saved this map as; so I have no clue who I intended for the candidates to be. It was possibly my idea of an Obama 2012 landslide, though I have no clue why I gave NV to the Republican lol.

Democrat - 358
Republican - 180
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« Reply #3497 on: January 30, 2013, 10:23:49 pm »


Simple, it's not a political map. Wink
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« Reply #3498 on: January 31, 2013, 12:18:04 pm »



Church / Carter (D) defeats Ford / Dole (R) pretty spectacularly.
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« Reply #3499 on: January 31, 2013, 12:36:45 pm »
« Edited: February 01, 2013, 11:15:37 am by TNF »

States recognizing same-sex marriages, 2013



RED indicates a state that recognizes same-sex marriages, BLUE indicates a state that prohibits same-sex marriages, GRAY indicates a state with no law regarding same-sex marriages.

States recognizing same-sex marriages, 2017



RED indicates a state that recognizes same-sex marriages, BLUE indicates a state that prohibits same-sex marriages, GRAY indicates a state with no law regarding same-sex marriages.

States recognizing same-sex marriages, 2021



RED indicates a state that recognizes same-sex marriages, BLUE indicates a state that prohibits same-sex marriages, GRAY indicates a state with no law regarding same-sex marriages.

States recognizing same-sex marriages, 2025 [1]



RED indicates a state that recognizes same-sex marriages, BLUE indicates a state that prohibits same-sex marriages, GRAY indicates a state with no law regarding same-sex marriages.


[1] The Civil Rights Act of 2024, signed into law by President Elizabeth Warren recognized same-sex marriage at the federal level.
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