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« Reply #4225 on: June 17, 2014, 12:06:51 am »

1896



William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and Arthur Sewall of Maine (Democratic Party/People's Party): 51.71% of the popular vote / 244 electoral votes
William McKinley of Ohio and Garret Hobart of New Jersey (Republican Party)Sad 46.02% of the popular vote / 203 electoral votes

1900



William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and Adlai Stevenson of Illinois (Democratic Party): 51.52% of the popular vote / 300 electoral votes
William McKinley of Ohio and Theodore Roosevelt of New York (Republican Party): 45.64% of the popular vote / 147 electoral votes

1904



William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and Adlai Stevenson of Illinois (Democratic Party): 56.59% of the popular vote / 391 electoral votes
Chauncey Depew of New York and Albert Beveridge of Indiana (Republican Party): 37.42% of the popular vote / 85 electoral votes

1908



William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and John Kern of Indiana (Democratic Party): 51.04% of the popular vote / 325 electoral votes
Joseph Foraker of Ohio and Walter M. Chandler of New York (Republican Party): 43.57% of the popular vote / 158 electoral votes

1912



William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and Joseph Dixon of Montana (Farmer-Labor Party): 27.39% of the popular vote / 8 electoral votes
Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Charles Fairbanks of Indiana (Republican Party): 41.18% of the popular vote / 418 electoral votes
Judson Harmon of Ohio and William Sulzer of New York (Democratic Party): 23.83% of the popular vote / 105 electoral votes

1916



Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Charles Fairbanks of Indiana (Republican Party): 49.11% of the popular vote / 339 electoral votes
James Clark McReynolds of Kentucky and Adlai Stevenson of Illinois (Democratic Party): 46.25% of the popular vote / 192 electoral votes

1920



Elihu Root of New York and Hiram Johnson of California (Republican Party): 34.35% of the popular vote / 22 electoral votes
A. Mitchell Palmer of Pennsylvania and Samuel Ralston of Indiana (Democratic Party): 60.12% of the popular vote / 509 electoral votes

1924



A. Mitchell Palmer of Pennsylvania and Samuel M. Ralston of Indiana (Democratic Party): 54.82% of the popular vote / 482 electoral votes
Richard S. Aldrich of Rhode Island and Ted Roosevelt of New York (Republican Party): 28.03% of the popular vote / 19 electoral votes
Joseph Dixon of Montana and Philip LaFollete of Wisconsin (Farmer-Labor Party): 16.62% of the popular vote / 30 electoral votes

1928



Carl Hatch of New Mexico and Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas (Democratic Party): 58.79% of the popular vote / 506 electoral votes
Louis Brandeis of Kentucky and Charles Curtis of Kansas (Republican Party): 40.22% of the popular vote / 25 electoral votes
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« Reply #4226 on: June 17, 2014, 12:10:22 am »

Adn then, I'm guessing, the Republicans become the liberal party Tongue
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« Reply #4227 on: June 17, 2014, 10:38:06 am »

Adn then, I'm guessing, the Republicans become the liberal party Tongue

That remains to be seen.

1932



President Carl Hatch of New Mexico and Vice President Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas (Democratic Party): 39.41% of the popular vote / 133 electoral votes
Senator George W. Norris of Nebraska and House Speaker Bertrand Snell of New York (Republican Party): 57.65% of the popular vote / 398 electoral votes

1936



President George W. Norris of Nebraska and Vice President Bertrand Snell of New York (Republican Party): 60.54% of the popular vote / 442 electoral votes
Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York and Burton K. Wheeler of Montana (Democratic Party): 36.80% of the popular vote / 89 electoral votes
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« Reply #4228 on: June 17, 2014, 03:25:09 pm »



President John McCain (R-AZ)/Vice President Tom Kean (R-NJ) - 50.8%, 295 EV's
Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (D-MO) - 47.4%, 243 EV's

2000 - President McCain holds steady with high approval ratings until the last couple of months, with the economy starting to go down and poor debate performances pulling the numbers close. Still, Tom Kean does will against Gephardt, and Clinton's large agreement with the McCain foreign policy weakens his case in the third debate, allowing McCain to win re-election narrowly.



Senator George Allen (R-VA)/Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL) - 49.4%, 270 EV's
Senator John Kerry (D-MA)/Former Senator Sam Nunn (D-GA) - 49.6%, 268 EV's

2004 - America's at war, and Senator George Allen, the victor over the President's personal choice Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson, proves to be a controversial nominee, and he faces the strongest Dem ticket on foreign policy in a long time, with John Kerry and Former Senator Sam Nunn battling the administration on it's handling of Iraq. In the end, Kerry wins the popular vote, but Allen wins the electoral vote.



Senator Joe Biden (D-DE)/Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) - 53.2%, 351 EV's
President George Allen (R-VA)/Vice President Jeb Bush (R-FL) - 45.7%, 187 EV's

2008 - With the economy tanking, President George Allen faced an uphill battle for re-election. He faced a strong opponent, Senator Joe Biden from Delaware, who made an amazing recovery from his 1988 plagiarism scandal and rocked the crowned Hillary Clinton AND rising star Barack Obama. Evan Bayh proved to be a successful VP pick, and won Indiana by 8 points, more than the electoral margin.

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« Reply #4229 on: June 17, 2014, 03:36:41 pm »

Inspired by my short list perhaps?
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« Reply #4230 on: June 17, 2014, 06:27:12 pm »

√ Hillary Clinton: 294 (50.6%)
Chris Christie: 244 (47.9%)
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« Reply #4231 on: June 19, 2014, 08:27:08 pm »

Dwight Eisenhower Declines To Run for Re-election



Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver/Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy-281 EVs
Vice President Richard Nixon/Wisconsin Governor Walter J. Kohler- 250 EVs



President Estes Kefauver/Vice President John F. Kennedy-228 EVs
New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller/Retired General Alfred M. Gruenther-252 EVs
Georgia Senator Herman Talmadge/Former Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus-57 EVs

Angered by the strongly pro-civil rights agenda of the Kefauver Administration, the Southern Democrats launch a pro-segregationist third party bid led by Herman Talmadge. President Kefauver and Vice President Kennedy are very narrowly reelected by Congress
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« Reply #4232 on: June 19, 2014, 11:14:23 pm »

Dwight Eisenhower Declines To Run for Re-election



Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver/Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy-281 EVs
Vice President Richard Nixon/Wisconsin Governor Walter J. Kohler- 250 EVs



President Estes Kefauver/Vice President John F. Kennedy-228 EVs
New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller/Retired General Alfred M. Gruenther-252 EVs
Georgia Senator Herman Talmadge/Former Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus-57 EVs

Angered by the strongly pro-civil rights agenda of the Kefauver Administration, the Southern Democrats launch a pro-segregationist third party bid led by Herman Talmadge. President Kefauver and Vice President Kennedy are very narrowly reelected by Congress
Which leads to...


Vice-President John F. Kennedy/Texas Governor John Connally 247EV
Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater/Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton 291EV
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« Reply #4233 on: June 22, 2014, 07:21:07 am »

2016 presidential race



Fmr. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) 276 EV, 50.1%
Gov. John Kasich (R-OH)/Gov. Susana Martinez (R-NM) 262 EV, 48.7%

2016 Senate races



AL: Shelby (R) 66% Black (D) 34%
AK: Murkowski (I) 52% Sullivan (R) 44%#
AZ: Schweikert (R) 50% Carmona (D) 47%
AR: Boozman (R) 54% Hays (D) 44%
CA: Newsom (D) 52% Boxer (D) 48%
CO: Bennet (D) 49% Coffman (R) 48%
CT: Blumenthal (D) 61% Foley (R) 36%
FL: Rubio (R) 52% Deutch (D) 46%
GA: Loudermilk (R) 54% Nunn (D) 46%*
HI: Hanabusa (D) 65% Hannemann (R) 31%
ID: Labrador (R) 57% Minnick (D) 40%
IL: Madigan (D) 53% Kirk (R) 44%
IA: Grassley (R) 56% Loebsack (D) 46%
KS: Moran (R) 61% Boyda (D) 36%
KY: Massie (R) 51% Edelen (D) 48%
LA: Boustany (R) 53% Vitter (R) 47%*

MD: Edwards (D) 64% Carson (R) 30% Bertocchi (C) 5%
MO: Luetkemeyer (R) 51% Zweifel (D) 48%#
NV: Reid (D) 46% Sandoval (R) 46% NOTA 7%
NH: Ayotte (R) 49% Kuster (D) 47%
NY: Schumer (D) 65% Hayworth (R) 32%
NC: Burr (R) 50% Foxx (D) 47%
ND: Hoeven (R) 79% Taylor (D) 21%
OH: Portman (R) 55% Brunner (R) 43%
OR: Lankford (R) 100%
OR: Wyden (D) 58% Conger (R) 39%
PA: Sestak (D) 51% Toomey (R) 48%
SC: Scott (R) 58% Colbert Busch (D) 38%
SD: Thune (R) 57% Johnson (D) 43%
UT: Lee (R) 68% Dabakis (D) 32%

VT: Leahy (D) 100%
WA: Murray (D) 56% Driscoll (R) 40%
WI: Pocan (D) 52% Johnson (R) 48%

Democrats: 50+2 (+3)
Republicans: 48 (-3)

#: Incumbent primaried.
*: In run-off election.

2016 gubernatorial races



DE: Biden (D) 64% Ramone (R) 34%
IN: Bayh (D) 53% Pence (R) 46%

MO: Schweich (R) 51% Koster (D) 48%
MT: Bullock (D) 54% Rosendale (R) 46%
NC: Cooper (D) 49% McCrory (R) 49%

ND: Dalrymple (R) 62% Sinner (D) 37%
NH: Hassan (D) 64% Rich (R) 33%
UT: Herbert (R) 53% Matheson (D) 45%
VT: Shumlin (D) 88% Spilton (I) 12%
WA: Inslee (D) 52% Reichert (R) 46%
WV: Manchin (D) 66% Storch (R) 32%


Democrats: 26 (+1)
Republicans: 24 (-1)

2016 House Pickups

CA-7: Bera (D) 54% Ose (R) 46%
CA-21: Renteria (D) 52% Valadao (R) 48%
CA-25: Rogers (D) 50% Strickland (R) 49%
CO-6: Romanoff (D) 51% Balmer (R) 48%
FL-2: Graham (D) 52% Southerland (R) 46%
FL-10: Demings (D) 54% Webster (R) 44%
FL-13: Ehrlich (D) 50% Jolly (R) 48%

FL-26: Martinez (R) 51% Bullard (D) 48%!
FL-26: Porter (D) 52% Martinez (R) 47%
CA-36: Ruiz (D) 53% Nestande (R) 47%
MN-07: Westrom (R) 52% Erickson (D) 47%
NY-11: Molinari (R) 54% Recchia (D) 44%

PA-6: McGinty (D) 50% Costello (R) 49%


Republicans: 228 (-8)
Democrats: 207 (+7)

: Election held with redrawn district lines.
!: Special election.
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« Reply #4234 on: June 22, 2014, 03:07:12 pm »

√ Sen. John Edwards/Gen. Wesley Clark: 295 (50.5%)
Pres. George W. Bush/Vice Pres. Dick Cheney: 243 (48.0%)

√ Sen. John McCain/Gov. Mitt Romney: 328 (51.7%)
President John Edwards/Vice Pres. Wesley Clark: 210 (46.9%)

√ Pres. John McCain/Vice Pres. Mitt Romney: 356 (52.8%)
Gov. Martin O'Malley/Sen. John Kerry: 182 (45.0%)

Gov. Hillary Rodham Clinton/Sen. Martin Heinrich: 281 (50.1%)
Vice Pres. Mitt Romney/Sen. Lisa Murkowski: 257 (48.7%)

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« Reply #4235 on: June 23, 2014, 07:12:36 pm »

445 R to 93 D



How does this happen?
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« Reply #4236 on: June 23, 2014, 07:19:20 pm »

287 R to 251 D

And how does this happen???
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« Reply #4237 on: June 24, 2014, 01:20:35 pm »

1896



Thomas B. Reed of Maine and Henry C. Evans of Tennessee (Republican Party): 273
Robert E. Pattison of Pennsylvania and Claude Matthews of Indiana (Democratic Party): 129
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and Thomas E. Watson of Georgia (People's Party): 45


1900



Thomas B. Reed of Maine and Henry C. Evans of Tennessee (Republican Party): 292
David B. Hill of New York and David Turpie of Indiana (Democratic Party): 142
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and Charles A. Towne of Minnesota (People's Party): 13


1904



Henry C. Evans of Tennessee and Joseph B. Foraker of Ohio (Republican Party): 343
Alton B. Parker of New York and Henry G. Davis of West Virginia (Democratic Party): 133
William R. Hearst of New York and Francis Cockrell of Missouri (People's Party): 0
Eugene V. Debs of Indiana and Benjamin Hanford of New York (Socialist Party): 0


1908



Joseph B. Foraker of Ohio and James S. Sherman of New York (Republican Party): 327
Alton B. Parker of New York and Clark Howell of Georgia (Democratic Party): 133
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and John W. Kern of Indiana (People's Party): 16
William D. Haywood of Montana and Carl D. Thompson of Wisconsin (Socialist Party): 7


1912



Judson Harmon of Ohio and Oscar Underwood of Alabama (Democratic Party): 343
Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Hiram Johnson of California (Republican Party): 98
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana (People's Party): 61
Eugene V. Debs of Indiana and Charles E. Russell of New York (Socialist Party): 29


1916



Charles E. Hughes of New York and Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican Party): 255
Judson Harmon of Ohio and Oscar Underwood of Alabama (Democratic Party): 193
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and John W. Parker of Louisiana (People's Party): 63
Eugene V. Debs of Indiana and Kate Richards O'Hare of Missouri (Socialist Party): 20

Election thrown to the House. Harmon re-elected President by the Democrats in alliance with Populists and Socialists. Underwood re-elected Vice President.

1920



Theodore Roosevelt of New York and Warren Harding of Ohio (Republican Party): 404
James M. Cox of Ohio and Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York (Democratic Party): 127
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and Asle Gronna of North Dakota (People's Party): 0
Eugene V. Debs of Indiana and Seymour Steadman of Illinois (Socialist Party): 0


1924



Warren G. Harding of Ohio and Irvine Lenroot of Wisconsin (Republican Party): 382
William G. McAdoo of California and Alfred E. "Al" Smith of New York  (Democratic Party): 136
Henrik Shipstead of Minnesota and Burton Wheeler of Montana (Socialist Party): 13
William J. Bryan of Nebraska and Samuel E. Ralston of Indiana (People's Party): 0


1928



Warren G. Harding of Ohio and Irvine Lenroot of Wisconsin (Republican Party): 444
Alfred E. "Al" Smith of New York and Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas (Democratic Party): 64
Norman M. Thomas of New York and James H. Maurer of Pennsylvania (Socialist Party): 23
William G. McAdoo of California and Nellie T. Ross of Wyoming (People's Party): 0


1932



Norman Thomas of New York and James H. Maurer of Pennsylvania (Socialist Party): 329
Alfred E. "Al" Smith of New York and John N. Garner of Texas (Democratic Party): 143
J. Calvin Coolidge of Massachusetts and Herbert Hoover of California (Republican Party): 59
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« Reply #4238 on: June 24, 2014, 10:55:14 pm »

Key Races:
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen: 51% v. Scott Brown: 46%
Louisiana: Mary Landrieu: 51% v. Bill Cassidy: 45%
North Carolina: Thom Tillis: 49% v. Kay Hagan: 48%
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell: 50% v. Allison Grimes: 48%
Iowa: Joni Ernst: 50% Bruce Barley: 49%
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« Reply #4239 on: June 25, 2014, 12:16:38 am »

2016



Frmr. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton / Frmr. Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley - 302
Frmr. Florida Governor Jeb Bush / Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin - 236
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« Reply #4240 on: June 27, 2014, 10:36:53 am »

2016



Frmr. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton / Frmr. Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley - 302
Frmr. Florida Governor Jeb Bush / Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin - 236

Uhhh why would Clinton lose NH? She is very popular here. Especially with a rabid so-con and a Bush on the GOP ticket...
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« Reply #4241 on: June 27, 2014, 09:46:02 pm »
« Edited: June 27, 2014, 09:47:35 pm by NE Representative BaconBacon96 »

Gerald Ford Wins in 1976



President Gerald Ford/Kansas Senator Bob Dole-277 EVs
Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter/Minnesota Senator Walter Mondale-261 EVs

1980


Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy/Fmr. Florida Governor Reubin Askew-338 EVs
Vice President Bob Dole/Tennessee Senator Howard Baker-200 EVs

1984


President Ted Kennedy/Vice President Reubin Askew-358 EVs
Fmr. Secretary of Defense George HW Bush/Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander-180 EVs
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« Reply #4242 on: June 28, 2014, 08:14:48 pm »

1988



New York Governor Mario Cuomo/Georgia Senator Sam Nunn-349 EVs
New York Representative Jack Kemp/North Carolina Governor Elizabeth Dole-189 EVs

1992



Businessman Ross Perot/Missouri Senator John Danforth-270 EVs
President Mario Cuomo/Vice President Sam Nunn-268 EVs

1996



President Ross Perot/Vice President John Danforth-307 EVs
Fmr. Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton/Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey-231 EVs
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« Reply #4243 on: June 29, 2014, 12:18:55 am »

2004 Confederate Presidential Election:

President Newt Gingrich (D-GA)/Vice-President Lamar Alexander (D-TN) 39%
Governor Gary Johnson (Constitutional Confederacy-NM)/Delegate Walter Jones Jr. (CC-NC) 33%
Delegate John Edwards (Populist-NC)/Governor Mark Warner (P-VA) 28%

Runoff:

President Newt Gingrich (D-GA)/Vice-President Lamar Alexander (D-TN) 42%
Governor Gary Johnson (CC-NM)/Delegate Walter Jones Jr. (CC-NC) 58%
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« Reply #4244 on: June 29, 2014, 08:06:16 pm »

2012:

Gov. Mitch Daniels (R-IN)/Gov. Brian Sandoval (R-NV) 291EV 50.6%
Pres. Barack Obama (D-IL)/VP. Joe Biden (D-DE) 247EV 49.4%

2016:

Pres. Mitch Daniels (R-IN)/VP. Brian Sandoval (R-NV) 288EV 50.4%
Fmr. SoS. Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Gov. Jay Nixon (D-MO) 250EV 49.6%

2020:

VP. Brian Sandoval (R-NV)/Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) 228EV 49.8%
Gov. Kamala Harris (D-CA)/Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) 310EV 50.2%
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« Reply #4245 on: June 29, 2014, 08:47:03 pm »

√ Hillary Clinton/John Hickenlooper: 374 (53.4%)
Ted Cruz/Scott Walker: 164 (45.0%)

(R) √ Brian Sandoval/Pat Toomey: 288 (50.6%)
(D) Allison Grimes/Amy Klobuchar: 250 (47.9%)
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« Reply #4246 on: June 29, 2014, 09:24:32 pm »
« Edited: June 29, 2014, 09:31:57 pm by NE Representative BaconBacon96 »

2000



Vice President John Danforth/Colorado Governor Bill Owens-274 EVs
South Dakota Senator Tom Daschle/Vermont Governor Howard Dean-264 EVs

2004



Massachusetts Senator John Kerry/Retired General Wesley Clark-329 EVs
Vice President Bill Owens/Activist Alan Keyes-209 EVs

2008



President John Kerry/Vice President Wesley Clark-329 EVs
Arizona Senator John McCain/Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour-209 EVs

2012



Fmr. Florida Governor Jeb Bush/New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte-272 EVs
Vice President Wesley Clark/Fmr. Indiana Senator Evan Bayh-266
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« Reply #4247 on: June 29, 2014, 09:25:58 pm »

Are 2004 and 2008 identical on purpose? That would be historical
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« Reply #4248 on: June 29, 2014, 09:33:22 pm »

Are 2004 and 2008 identical on purpose? That would be historical
You'll notice they aren't exactly identical. In 2008 Mississippi's PV surpasses 60% GOP.
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« Reply #4249 on: June 30, 2014, 11:11:34 pm »

√ Hillary Clinton/Barack Obama: 386 (53.9%)
John McCain/Haley Barbour: 152 (44.8%)

√ Hillary Clinton/Barack Obama: 437 (56.3%)
Michelle Bachmann/Newt Gingrich: 101 (42.7%)
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