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« Reply #3925 on: December 22, 2013, 09:25:37 am »

Composition of the Senate after the 2032 elections:



National Cogendist Party: 52
Democratic Party: 44
Republican Party: 4

(yellow is 1NCP and 1R, orange is 1D and 1R)
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« Reply #3926 on: December 22, 2013, 11:58:50 am »

Congress after the 2034 midterms:

House



National Cogendist Party: 281
Democratic Party: 152
Republican Party: 2


Senate



National Cogendist Party: 61
Democratic Party: 38
Republican Party: 1
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« Reply #3927 on: December 23, 2013, 11:11:17 am »

Chris Christie/Susana Martinez: 331 (51.6%)
Joe Biden/Brian Schweitzer: 207 (46.9%)
Other: 1.5%

Chris Christie/Susana Martinez: 377 (54.4%)
Martin O'Malley/Amy Klobuchar: 161 (44.1%)
Other: 1.5%


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« Reply #3928 on: December 23, 2013, 03:11:53 pm »
« Edited: December 24, 2013, 12:40:12 pm by Cathcon »


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« Reply #3929 on: December 26, 2013, 12:53:51 pm »

Chris Christie: 517 (60.8%)
Bernie Sanders: 21 (38.6%)
That map actually looks pretty accurate, although Bernie Sanders might carry New York and California even against Chris Christie.
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« Reply #3930 on: December 26, 2013, 06:19:04 pm »

This was going to be the result of the final electio in Camelot Rises: 1960 and On.


Vice President Joseph Kennedy III/Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo (D) - 443
Senator Jon M. Huntsman, Jr/Senator John A. Boehnor (R) - 95
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« Reply #3931 on: December 26, 2013, 07:42:45 pm »

This was going to be the result of the final electio in Camelot Rises: 1960 and On.


Vice President Joseph Kennedy III/Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo (D) - 443
Senator Jon M. Huntsman, Jr/Senator John A. Boehnor (R) - 95

This map makes me sad; but I like the idea of bringing the Kennedys full circle!
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« Reply #3932 on: December 27, 2013, 12:00:32 am »

This map makes me happy and I like the idea of bringing the Kennedys full circle Cheesy
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« Reply #3933 on: December 27, 2013, 12:10:18 pm »


Clinton: 274 (50.2%)
Christie: 264 (49.0%)
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« Reply #3934 on: December 28, 2013, 11:02:09 am »

2004



President George W. Bush of Texas and Vice President Richard B. "Dick" Cheney of Wyoming (Republican Party): 48.73% (249 electoral votes)
Senator John F. Kerry of Massachusetts and Senator John R. Edwards of North Carolina (Democratic Party): 50.26% (289 electoral votes)

2008



President John F. Kerry of Massachusetts and Vice President John R. Edwards of North Carolina (Democratic Party): 45.86% (221 electoral votes)
Senator John S. McCain III of Arizona and Senator Joseph I. "Joe" Lieberman of Connecticut (Republican Party): 52.60% (317 electoral votes)

2012



President John S. McCain III of Arizona and Vice President Joseph I. "Joe" Lieberman of Connecticut (Republican Party): 51.15% (331 electoral votes)
Senator Barack H. Obama of Illinois and Senator Joseph R. "Joe" Biden of Delaware (Democratic Party): 47.01% (207 electoral votes)
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« Reply #3935 on: December 28, 2013, 03:47:34 pm »

Vice Pres. Al Gore/Sen. Joe Lieberman: 292 (48.4%)
Gov. George Bush/Sec. Dick Cheney: 246 (47.9%)

Pres. Al Gore/Vice Pres. Joe Lieberman: 280 (50.7%)
Sen. John McCain/Sen. Bill Frist: 258 (48.3%)

Gov. Jeb Bush/Sen. Olympia Snowe: 311 (52.9%)
Sec. John Kerry/Sen. Ron Wyden: 227 (45.7%)

Pres. Jeb Bush/Vice Pres. Olympia Snowe: 289 (50.0%)
Sen. Hillary Clinton/Sen. Mark Warner: 249 (48.7%)

Sen. Barack Obama/Sen. Amy Klobuchar: 350 (52.8%)
Vice Pres. Olympia Snowe/Sec. Jon Huntsman: 188 (41.3%)
Sen. Rand Paul/Gov. Gary Johnson: 0 (4.1%)
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« Reply #3936 on: December 29, 2013, 05:17:22 am »
« Edited: December 31, 2013, 03:48:08 am by badgate »



1968

Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey / Texas Governor John Connally - 402
Frmr. Vice President Richard Nixon / Maryland Governor Spiro Agnew - 77
Albama Governor George Wallace / South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond - 59




1972


President Hubert H. Humphrey / Vice President John Connally - 270
California Governor Ronald Reagan / Michigan Governor George Romney - 268




1976


Vice President John Connally / Georgia Governor James Carter - 221
Minority Leader Gerald Ford / New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller - 317




1980


New York Senator Robert Kennedy / Georgia Governor James E. Carter - 279
President Gerald Ford / Vice President Nelson Rockefeller - 259




1984


President Robert Kennedy / Vice President James E. Carter - 484
Virginia Televangelist Pat Robertson / Kansas Senator Bob Dole - 54




1988


Vice President James E. Carter / Massachusetts Governor Mike Dukakis - 275
Connecticut Governor George H. W. Bush / Indiana Senator Dan Quayle - 263





1992


President James E. Carter / Vice President Mike Dukakis - 157
New York Congressman Jack Kemp / Virginia Attorney General Jim Gilmore - 79
Independent Ross Perot / James Stockdale - 302




1996


Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton / Tennessee Senator Al Gore, Jr. - 271
Arizona Senator John McCain / Florida Governor Jeb Bush - 161
President Ross Perot / Vice President James Stockdale - 106




2000


President Bill Clinton / Vice President Al Gore, Jr. - 342
Maine Senator Olympia Snowe / Utah Governor Mike Leavitt - 196





2004


Vice President Al Gore, Jr. / New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen - 264
Texas Governor George W. Bush / Frmr. CIA Director Dick Cheney - 274





2008


Majority Leader Barack Obama / Vermont Governor Howard Dean - 353
President George W. Bush / Vice President Dick Cheney - 185





2012


President Barack Obama / Vice President Howard Dean - 418
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin / Frmr. Senator Rick Santorum - 120




2016


Vice President Howard Dean / Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin - 245
New Jersey Governor Christopher Christie / New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte - 293
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« Reply #3937 on: December 29, 2013, 12:08:30 pm »

1976


Vice President John Connally / Georgia Governor James Carter - 221
Ohio Senator Gerald Ford / New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller - 317


Why is Ford suddenly from Ohio?
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« Reply #3938 on: December 29, 2013, 09:13:44 pm »

1976


Vice President John Connally / Georgia Governor James Carter - 221
Ohio Senator Gerald Ford / New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller - 317


Why is Ford suddenly from Ohio?

Lmao. For years I have been under the impression he was an Ohio Senator before being made VP.
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« Reply #3939 on: December 29, 2013, 09:23:34 pm »

1976


Vice President John Connally / Georgia Governor James Carter - 221
Ohio Senator Gerald Ford / New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller - 317


Why is Ford suddenly from Ohio?

Lmao. For years I have been under the impression he was an Ohio Senator before being made VP.

Nope, Michigan Congressman
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« Reply #3940 on: December 30, 2013, 03:14:16 am »

1976


Vice President John Connally / Georgia Governor James Carter - 221
Ohio Senator Gerald Ford / New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller - 317


Why is Ford suddenly from Ohio?

Lmao. For years I have been under the impression he was an Ohio Senator before being made VP.
No. He was a U.S. Rep from Michigan and also the House Minority Leader during the McCormack and Albert Speakerships. Good map though.
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« Reply #3941 on: December 30, 2013, 05:59:35 pm »
« Edited: December 30, 2013, 06:02:40 pm by badgate »

^Thanks, that's one of my favorites for the series too. Also the Democratic 1984 landslide


A little bit of description I wanted to add to 1992 but couldn't bc of character limit:
Strong numbers for Perot make many Republicans hesitant to jump in. Kemp's original choice, the young Senator John McCain, declines (McCain declined privately, but it became public around the time of the RNC). Kemp persuades Virginia Attorney General Jim Gilmore to be on the ticket.
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« Reply #3942 on: December 31, 2013, 12:07:17 am »
« Edited: December 31, 2013, 12:12:00 am by badgate »

Millenials Rise Up


2016


Vice President Joseph Biden / Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar - 245
New Jersey Governor Christopher Christie / New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte - 293




2020


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo / Texas Governor Julian Castro - 284
President Chris Christie / Vice President Kelly Ayotte - 254




2024


President Andrew Cuomo / Vice President Julian Castro - ~342
Majority Leader Paul Ryan / Florida Governor Marco Rubio - ~196




2028


Vice President Julian Castro / Frmr. Georgia Governor Jason Carter - ~241
Utah Senator Mia Love / Pennsylvania Governor Patrick Toomey - ~297




2032


Frmr. Georgia Governor Jason Carter / Colorado Senator Michael Bennett - 172
President Mia Love / Vice President Patrick Toomey - 366




2036


Texas Senator Joaquin Castro / Kentucky Governor Adam Edelen - 362
Michigan Senator Terri Land / South Carolina Senator Tim Scott - 176




2036


President Joaquin Castro / Vice President Adam Edelin - 475
Oklahoma Senator Todd Lamb / Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock - 63
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« Reply #3943 on: December 31, 2013, 12:34:15 am »

Aww. Aaron Schock is still a Congressman in 2036? Tongue
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« Reply #3944 on: December 31, 2013, 12:36:42 am »

Aww. Aaron Schock is still a Congressman in 2036? Tongue


Poor guy.
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« Reply #3945 on: December 31, 2013, 09:00:37 am »
« Edited: December 31, 2013, 12:00:43 pm by NHI »


Vice Pres. Joe Biden/Gov. Brian Schweitzer: 281 (49.61%)
Sen. Marco Rubio/Sec. Condoleezza Rice: 257 (48.75%)

Close States:

OH: 49.83% 49.04% (D)
VA: 49.70% 48.55% (D)
CO: 49.72% 48.94% (D)
NV: 49.91% 48.89% (D)
NH: 49.37% 49.10% (R)
IA: 49.65% 49.24% (D)
PA: 50.89% 47.91% (D)
FL: 50.71% 48.32% (R)
MT: 49.95% 48.17% (R)

Gov. Susana Martinez/Gov. Jon Huntsman: 277 (49.69%)
Vice Pres. Brian Schweitzer/Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand: 261 (48.71%)

Close States:

NH: 49.54% 49.32% (D)
CO: 49.50% 49.01% (R)
NV: 49.51% 49.17% (D)
VA: 49.62% 49.11% (R)
OH: 50.01% 49.00% (R)
MT: 50.50% 48.79% (D)
NM: 50.89% 48.59% (R)
FL:  51.00% 47.14% (R)

Pres. Susana Martinez/Vice Pres. Jon Huntsman: 279 (50.07%)
Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand/Sen. Tim Kaine: 259 (48.54%)

Close States:

VA: 49.51% 49.30% (D)
NV: 49.71% 49.04% (R)
CO: 50.45% 48.77% (R)
IA:  50.01% 48.00% (R)
NH: 50.17% 48.09% (R)

Gov. George P. Bush/Gov. Kelly Ayotte: 271 (49.21%)
Sen. Julian Castro/Sen. Martin Heinrich: 267 (49.14%)

Close States:

VA: 49.51% 49.27% (D)
MN: 49.65% 49.45% (R)
WI: 49.60% 49.21% (R)
NV: 49.56% 49.00% (D)
AZ: 50.00% 49.00% (D)
TX: 50.06% 48.69% (R)
NH: 50.65% 48.09% (R)
CO: 50.69% 48.05% (R)
OH: 50.79% 47.91% (R)
FL: 50.81% 47.88% (R)
NM: 51.07% 47.22% (D)

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« Reply #3946 on: January 03, 2014, 03:16:44 pm »


R 277-261
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« Reply #3947 on: January 03, 2014, 03:28:47 pm »


R 275-263
What would cause this?
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« Reply #3948 on: January 03, 2014, 03:43:58 pm »


R 274-264
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« Reply #3949 on: January 05, 2014, 09:11:57 pm »


Demographic change catches up with the Deep South.  The Republican candidate moderates on social issues and immigration.  As a result, the Evangelical base stays home while swing voters go heavily R.
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