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« Reply #4050 on: February 27, 2014, 03:56:54 pm »

2000


VP Al Gore/Secretary of HUD Andrew Cuomo: 273 EV, 43%

Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson/Former Secretary of Labor Elizabeth Dole: 265 EV, 41%

Billionaire Donald Trump/Former Minnesota Governor Tim Penny: 10%

Minnesota Activist Winona LaDuke/Texas Activist David Cobb:3.2%


2002 Senate:


Democrats (Led By Tom Daschle):52 Seats(+2), 48%

Republicans(Led by Trent Lott):48 Seats(-2), 48%

Key Races:

GA:Max Cleland def. Saxby Chambliss, 50% to 48%

MN:Paul Wellstone def. Norm Coleman 54% to 44%

LA:Suzanne Terrell def. Mary Landreiu, 51% to 47%

CO:Tom Strickland def. Wayne Allard and Ken Buck, 48% to 40% to 10%

NH:Jeanne Shaheen def. Bob Smith, 50% to 47%

MO:Jean Carnahan def. Jim Talent, 49% to 48%

NC:Erskine Bowles def. Elizabeth Dole, 49% to 49%




2002 House:
Democrats(Led by Dick Gephardt):216 Seats(+4), 47%

Republicans(Led by Dennis Hastert:217 Seats(-4), 49%

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« Reply #4051 on: February 27, 2014, 06:09:53 pm »

2000


VP Al Gore/Secretary of HUD Andrew Cuomo: 273 EV, 43%

Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson/Former Secretary of Labor Elizabeth Dole: 265 EV, 41%

Billionaire Donald Trump/Former Minnesota Governor Tim Penny: 10%

Minnesota Activist Winona LaDuke/Texas Activist David Cobb:3.2%


2002 Senate:


Democrats (Led By Tom Daschle):52 Seats(+2), 48%

Republicans(Led by Trent Lott):48 Seats(-2), 48%

Key Races:

GA:Max Cleland def. Saxby Chambliss, 50% to 48%

MN:Paul Wellstone def. Norm Coleman 54% to 44%

LA:Suzanne Terrell def. Mary Landreiu, 51% to 47%

CO:Tom Strickland def. Wayne Allard and Ken Buck, 48% to 40% to 10%

NH:Jeanne Shaheen def. Bob Smith, 50% to 47%

MO:Jean Carnahan def. Jim Talent, 49% to 48%

NC:Erskine Bowles def. Elizabeth Dole, 49% to 49%




2002 House:
Democrats(Led by Dick Gephardt):216 Seats(+4), 47%

Republicans(Led by Dennis Hastert:217 Seats(-4), 49%

I like these results a lot! Smiley
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« Reply #4052 on: February 27, 2014, 06:18:16 pm »
« Edited: February 27, 2014, 06:20:50 pm by badgate »

2016


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon / Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar - 259
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker / New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte - 279



--President Walker nominates Vice President Ayotte to the Supreme Court when Chief Justice Roberts suddenly passes away in 2017. Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, passed over for the judgeship, is appointed Vice President.--

2020


Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar / Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown - 275
President Scott Walker / Vice President Brian Sandoval - 263




2024


President Amy Klobuchar / Vice President Sherrod Brown - ~270, 49%
Frmr. Vice President Brian Sandoval / Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey - ~268, 50%




2028


Texas Governor Wendy Davis / Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy - ~340
Alabama Governor Martha Roby / Montana Senator Steve Daines - ~198
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« Reply #4053 on: February 28, 2014, 11:45:38 am »

1980:

James Carter/Jesse Jackson Jr.
George Wallace/Harold Stassen
Dan Quayle/Spiro Agnew
Some Libertarians

The election was close, the Republicans conceded their votes to the Democrats, allowing the Carter administration to get into office.  In 1983, Jimmy Carter was killed in a blast at the capitol.  Jesse Jackson was put into office, and let a crackdown on the National Action Party.  Civil War broke out in the midwest, but it was almost over by the 1984 elections.
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« Reply #4054 on: February 28, 2014, 02:24:01 pm »

2004


New York Mayor Rudy Giluani/Nevada Senator John Ensign:280 EV, 50.2%
President Al Gore/Vice President Andrew Cuomo:258 EV, 47.9%


2004 Senate

Democrats (Led By Tom Daschle):54 Seats(+2), 46%*

Republicans(Led by John McCain):46 Seats(-2), 43%*

Independents:3 Seats(+2), 13%

*2 Independents caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Specter)

*1 Independent caucusing with the Republicans (Murkowski)

Key Races:

AK:Lisa Murkowski def. Tony Knowles and Sarah Palin, 40% to 30% to 29%

PA:Arlen Specter def. Pat Toomey and John Hanger, 49% to 30% to 20%

KY:Paul Patton def. Jim Bunning, 52% to 47%

NC:Elizabeth Dole def. John Edwards, 48% to 48%

SC:Fritz Hollings def. Jim DeMint, 49% to 49%

FL:Betty Castor def. Mel Martinez, 51% to 48%

SD:Tom Daschle def. John Thune, 50% to 48%


2004 House
Democrats(Led by Dick Gephardt):209(-6), 46%

Republicans(Led by Dennis Hastert):223(+6), 50%


2004 Gubernatorial


Democrats:23 Governorships (+1)
Republicans:27 Governorships (-1)

Key Races:

WA:Dino Rossi def. Gary Locke, 50% to 48%

MO:Claire McCaskill def. Matt Blunt, 51% to 47%

IN:Joe Kernan def. Mitch Daniels, 49% to 47%

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« Reply #4055 on: March 01, 2014, 10:40:59 pm »

Clinton/Brown: 323 (50.9%)
Paul/Walker: 212 (47.4%)

Clinton/Brown: 281 (49.7%)
Rubio/Toomey: 257 (48.6%)

Sandoval/Ayotte: 296 (50.3%)
Newsom/Klobuchar: 242 (48.0%)

Sandoval/Ayotte: 325 (51.4%)
Klobuchar/Booker: 213 (46.7%)
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« Reply #4056 on: March 01, 2014, 11:20:57 pm »

1980


Carter/Mondale: 272 EV
Reagan/Bush: 239 EV
Anderson/Lucey: 27 EV
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« Reply #4057 on: March 02, 2014, 05:26:52 pm »

2004:



Sen. John Kerry (D-MA)/DNC Chair Howard Dean (D-VT) 278EV
Pres. George W. Bush (R-TX)/VP. Richard Cheney (R-WY) 260EV
After a run by conservative icon Senator Ron Paul in the primaries, Bush was weakened and as a result, did not have near enough money to beat Senator Kerry.

2008:



Sen. Ron Paul (R-TX)/Gov. Jesse Ventura (I-MN) 271EV
Pres. John Kerry (D-MA)/VP Howard Dean (D-VT) 194EV
Fmr. VP Richard Cheney (R-WY)/Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) 73EV
After the escalation of the Iraq War and the economic collapse of 2008, John Kerry was an unpopular president. Former VP Cheney won the republican nomination, and as such, Senator Ron Paul of Texas ran as an independent, citing that both of the candidates had failed America. His message was popular, and he won, narrowly, being the first independent since Washington.

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« Reply #4058 on: March 02, 2014, 06:07:41 pm »

Clinton/Brown: 323 (50.9%)
Paul/Walker: 212 (47.4%)

Clinton/Brown: 281 (49.7%)
Rubio/Toomey: 257 (48.6%)

Sandoval/Ayotte: 296 (50.3%)
Newsom/Klobuchar: 242 (48.0%)

Sandoval/Ayotte: 325 (51.4%)
Klobuchar/Booker: 213 (46.7%)


I could definitely see something like this happening.  I assume you mean Sherrod Brown, not Jerry because of Ohio deciding the 2020 election?
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« Reply #4059 on: March 02, 2014, 06:09:20 pm »

Clinton/Brown: 323 (50.9%)
Paul/Walker: 212 (47.4%)

Clinton/Brown: 281 (49.7%)
Rubio/Toomey: 257 (48.6%)

Sandoval/Ayotte: 296 (50.3%)
Newsom/Klobuchar: 242 (48.0%)

Sandoval/Ayotte: 325 (51.4%)
Klobuchar/Booker: 213 (46.7%)


I could definitely see something like this happening.  I assume you mean Sherrod Brown, not Jerry because of Ohio deciding the 2020 election?
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« Reply #4060 on: March 02, 2014, 07:12:26 pm »

John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson: 351 (51.6%)
Bary Goldwater/Nelson Rockefeller: 187 (48.0%)

Richard Nixon/Ronald Reagan: 293 (42.2%)
Lyndon Johnson/Robert F. Kennedy: 200 (41.9%)
George Wallace/Curtis LeMay: 45 (14.3%)

Edmund Muskie/Henry Jackson: 273 (49.5%)
Richard Nixon/Ronald Reagan: 265 (49.4%)

Ronald Reagan/Richard Schweiker: 349 (53.3%)
Edmund Muskie/Henry Jackson: 189 (45.5%)

Ronald Reagan/Richard Schweiker: 349 (52.0%)
Robert F. Kennedy/Mo Udall: 192 (46.9%)

Lloyd Bentsen/Geraldine Ferraro: 308 (50.4%)
Robert Dole/Peter Wilson 230 (48.4%)

Lloyd Bentsen/Geraldine Ferraro: 457 (57.8%)
Jack Kemp/Dan Quayle: 81 (41.0%)

Geraldine Ferraro/Bill Clinton: 272 (50.1%)
Peter Wilson/John Warner: 266 (48.6%)
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« Reply #4061 on: March 03, 2014, 01:14:36 pm »

Colin Powell/Lamar Alexander: 427 (54.4%)
Geraldine Ferraro/Bill Clinton: 111 (43.0%)

Colin Powell/Lamar Alexander: 515 (60.9%)
Bill Bradley/John Edwards: 23 (35.3%)
Ralph Nader/Winona LaDuke: 0 (2.8%)

Ed Randell/Howard Dean: 271 (48.5%)
Lamar Alexander/Olympia Snowe: 267 (49.8%)

Olympia Snowe/Tim Pawlenty: 352 (52.7%)
Ed Randell/Howard Dean: 186 (45.5%)

Olympia Snowe/Tim Pawlenty: 363 (53.4%)
Hillary Rodham/Evan Bayh: 175 (44.9%)
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« Reply #4062 on: March 04, 2014, 04:02:34 pm »

McCain/Lieberman: 277 (49.43%) (63,465,475)
Obama/Kaine: 261 (49.56%) (63,640,712)
Other: 1.01%

Clinton/Brown: 333 (51.1%)
McCain/Lieberman: 205 (47.3%)
Other: 1.6%
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« Reply #4063 on: March 04, 2014, 04:12:28 pm »

Nonononononoon black turnout would never have been low enough to let McCain win PA.


Love the 2012 map tho Wink
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« Reply #4064 on: March 08, 2014, 04:12:47 pm »

John Kerry/John Edwars: 284 (49.48%)
George W. Bush/Dick Cheney: 254 (49.34%)
Other: 1.18%

John McCain/Tim Pawlenty: 349 (52.91%)
John Kerry/John Edwards: 189 (45.53%)
Other: 1.56%

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon: 271 (49.52%)
Tim Pawlenty/Paul Ryan: 267 (48.84%)
Other: 1.64%

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon: 281 (50.27%)
Paul Ryan/Charlie Crist: 257 (48.42%)
Other: 1.31%

Brian Sandoval/Rob Portman: 275 (49.50%)
Jay Nixon/Barack Obama: 263 (49.07%)
Other: 1.43%

Brian Sandoval/Rob Portman: 334 (51.59%)
Amy Klobuchar/Christie Gregoire: 204 (46.80%)
Other: 1.61%

Cory Booker/Julian Castro: 270 (48.51%)
T.W. Shannon/Kelly Ayotte: 268 (50.00%)
Other: 1.49%
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« Reply #4065 on: March 08, 2014, 08:42:13 pm »

Richard Nixon is killed in an air crash in 1971. Edmund Muskie wins the Democratic primary and faces Spiro Agnew in the general election. George Wallace runs another third-party campaign, this time targeting working class socially conservative Democrats more heavily.


Maine Senator Edmund Muskie/Former North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford- 281
President Spiro Agnew/California Governor Ronald Reagan- 157
Alabama Governor George Wallace/California Representative John G. Schmitz-100
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« Reply #4066 on: March 09, 2014, 10:58:25 am »

George W. Bush/Dick Cheney: 278 (40.7%)
John Kerry/John Edwards: 233 (36.0%)
Jesse Ventura/Ron Paul: 27 (21.9%)

Hillary Clinton/Barack Obama: 448 (49.0%)
Rudy Giuliani/Tom Ridge: 87 (30.1%)
Ron Paul/Gary Johnson: 3 (19.4%)

Hillary Clinton/Barack Obama: 314 (50.1%)
Mike Huckabee/Mitt Romney: 224 (46.5%)
Gary Johnson/James Gray: 0 (2.4%)

Barack Obama/Sherrod Brown: 284 (49.8%)
Rand Paul/Brian Sandoval: 254 (48.7%)

Marco Rubio/Kelly Ayotte: 272 (49.7%)
Barack Obama/Sherrod Brown: 266 (48.8%)
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« Reply #4067 on: March 09, 2014, 05:42:00 pm »

Meanwhile, in an alternate universe...



U.S. Presidential Election, 2012

Governor Arthur Hatfield of California and Senator Richard Gonzales of New Jersey (Labor Party): 51.55%
President Chuck Owens of Michigan and Vice President Ingrid Miller of California (Conservative Party): 37.17%
Congressman Michael Hatcher of Missouri and Fmr. Gov. John Gray of Minnesota (Liberal Party): 11.30%
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« Reply #4068 on: March 10, 2014, 06:20:17 pm »
« Edited: March 10, 2014, 08:43:55 pm by NHI »

Democratic Primary Map: 2016
Hillary Clinton: 57.2%
Brian Schweitzer: 21.5%
Bernie Sanders: 17.0%
Other: 4.3%

Rand Paul: 41.2%
Chris Christie: 29.6%
Mike Huckabee: 23.2%
Other: 6.0%

2016 Electoral Map
Hillary Clinton/Sherrod Brown: 319 (50.9%)
Rand Paul/John Thune: 219 (47.6%)
Other: 0 (1.5%)
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« Reply #4069 on: March 10, 2014, 08:26:48 pm »



This map has to do with place names.

I realized I forgot to answer this. The correct answer is that every state in red has a Montgomery County.
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« Reply #4070 on: March 12, 2014, 03:41:40 pm »

2006 Senate

Democrats(Led by Tom Daschle):60 Seats (+6), 52%*
Reublicans(Led by John McCain):37 Seats (-6), 42%**


*2 Independents Caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Specter)

**1 Independents Caucusing with the Republicans (Murkowski)

Key Races:

AZ:Janet Napolitano def. John Kyl and Richard Mack, 46% to 46% to 6%
CT:Ned Lamont def. Joe Lieberman and Alan Schlesinger, 50% to 42% to 7%
MO:Mel Carnahan def. Roy Blunt, 49% to 47%
MT:Brian Schweitzer def. Conrad Burns, 50% to 48%
OH:Sherrod Brown def. Mike DeWine, 56% to 40%
PA:Bob Casey def. Pat Toomey, 62% def. 37%
RI:Sheldon Whitehouse def. Steve Laffey, 52% to 40%
TN:Harold Ford def. Van Hilleary, 49% to 48%

VA:George Allen def. Harris Miller, 50% to 46%


2006 House
Democrats (Led by Steny Hoyer):236(+27), 53%

Republicans (Led by Dennis Hastert):196(-27), 46%


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« Reply #4071 on: March 13, 2014, 02:47:40 pm »
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A Divergent America

1960


Texas Senator Lyndon B. Johnson / Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy - 250
Vice President Richard Nixon / Diplomat Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. - 287


--President Nixon is assassinated in Dallas, 1963. Lodge, who does not like the Presidency and accepted VP out of duty, declines to run in 1964.--

1964


New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy / Minnesota Senator Hubert H. Humphrey - 265
Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater / New Hampshire Senator Norris Cotton - 273


--The Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act are not passed as in RL.--

1968


Alabama Governor George Wallace / Kentucky Senator Happy Chandler - 76
President Barry Goldwater / Vice President Norris Cotton - 355
Minnesota Senator Hubert H. Humphrey / Massachusetts Governor Endicott Peabody - 107



1972


Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy / Indiana Senator Birch Bayh - 278
California Congressman Pete McCloskey / Frmr. Texas Governor John Connally - 260


--The Civil Rights Act of 1973 and the Voting Rights Act of 1974 are signed into law by President McCarthy, greatly increasing turnout and transforming many states' political makeup.--

1976


President Eugene McCarthy / Vice President Birch Bayh - 378
Frmr. New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller / Speaker of the House Gerald Ford - 160



1980


Georgia Governor James E. Carter / California Governor Jerry Brown - 469
Massachusetts Senator Edward Brooke / Frmr. California Governor Ronald Reagan - 69



1984


President James E. Carter / Vice President Jerry Brown - 213
Frmr. California Governor Ronald Reagan / General Colin Powell - 325



1988


Frmr. Vice President Jerry Brown / Frmr. Sec. of State Jeanne Kirkpatrick - 291
President Ronald Reagan / Vice President Colin Powell - 247
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« Reply #4072 on: March 13, 2014, 03:46:09 pm »

Richard Nixon is killed in an air crash in 1971. Edmund Muskie wins the Democratic primary and faces Spiro Agnew in the general election. George Wallace runs another third-party campaign, this time targeting working class socially conservative Democrats more heavily.


Maine Senator Edmund Muskie/Former North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford- 281
President Spiro Agnew/California Governor Ronald Reagan- 157
Alabama Governor George Wallace/California Representative John G. Schmitz-100


1976


Fmr. California Governor Ronald Reagan/Pennsylvania Senator Richard Schweiker-338
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President Edmund Muskie/Vice President Terry Sanford-200
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« Reply #4073 on: March 13, 2014, 03:54:29 pm »

Just curious: would you stipulate that Muskie won in that '72 map because of Wallace or in spite of Wallace? Good maps!
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« Reply #4074 on: March 14, 2014, 02:23:43 am »

Just curious: would you stipulate that Muskie won in that '72 map because of Wallace or in spite of Wallace? Good maps!
That's a hard one. I mean let's say Wallace didn't run, the South, perhaps with the exception of North Carolina (due to Terry Sanford) would've gone Republican. Even with all of the Southern electoral votes, the Republicans would have been well short of a victory.

However, taking the Northern states with large conservative Democrat populations, like Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia into account, things become more complicated. Wallace would've made it harder for both candidates to win these states and only one of Muskie's states would be needed to create a hung college, which would've been Wallace's strategy.

So in the end I'd say Muskie won in spite of Wallace, not because of.
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