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« Reply #4275 on: July 09, 2014, 10:17:44 pm »

If you think that's strange check out his 2008 map.
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« Reply #4276 on: July 09, 2014, 11:21:07 pm »

Roosevelt Retires: Part II

1944 President


√ Robert La Follete (R-WI) / Thomas Dewey (R-NY)
John Nance Garner (D-TX) / Carter Glass (D-VA)


Are we not in WWII in this world?  Because if we are, 1944 is simply an automatic win for the incumbent.  Keep in mind that FDR was probably hurt severely by the whole 4th term business and he still won by an Obama/McCain margin.  An incumbent running for a 2nd term should win close to 60/40 in 1944.

Good point. Will edit this later.
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« Reply #4277 on: July 10, 2014, 01:54:49 am »

1988: Isn't it Rich?



Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton / California Governor Jerry Brown - 277
Frmr. Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld / Florida Rep. Connie Mack III - 261


1992: Isn't it Bliss?



President Bill Clinton / Frmr. Texas Governor Ann Richards - 395; 50.9%
Indiana Senator Dan Quayle / Kansas Senator Bob Dole- 143; 37.98%
Businessman Ross Perot / James Stockdale - 0; 11.12%


1996: SEND IN THE CLOWNS



Vice President Ann Richards / Colorado Governor Roy Romer - 312
General Colin Powell / Arizona Governor Fife Symington - 226
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« Reply #4278 on: July 10, 2014, 07:03:00 pm »

2000: A Weekend in The Country



President Ann Richards / Vice President Roy Romer - 250
Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson / Maine Senator Olympia Snowe - 288


2004: Ev'ry Day a Little Death



North Carolina Senator John Edwards / Illinois Senator Carol Moseley Braun - 270
President Tommy Thompson / Vice President Olympia Snowe - 268



2008: In Praise of Women



President John Edwards / Vice President Carol Moseley Braun - 202
Frmr. Vice President Olympia Snowe / Florida Governor Charlie Crist - 336
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« Reply #4279 on: July 10, 2014, 08:02:32 pm »
« Edited: July 10, 2014, 11:20:00 pm by Ray Goldfield »

2016 - The Battle for America:



Governor Scott Walker (R-WI)/Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) - 269 electoral votes, 49.13% of the popular vote
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)/Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) - 269 electoral votes 49.08% of the popular vote

Walker elected President by the House.
Warner elected Vice President by the Senate.

2020 - Family Feud:



Vice President Mark Warner (D-VA)/Governor Cory Booker (D-NJ) - 303 electoral votes, 50.7% of the popular vote
President Scott Walker (R-WI)/Speaker of the House Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) - 235 electoral votes, 48.2% of the popular vote.
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« Reply #4280 on: July 10, 2014, 10:59:09 pm »

^I've always thought there was a pretty good chance that in the event of a tie, the Democratic Senate would put up their Presidential nominee for VP.

That sure as hell would be interesting to have a sitting VP challenge the President
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« Reply #4281 on: July 10, 2014, 11:12:47 pm »

^I've always thought there was a pretty good chance that in the event of a tie, the Democratic Senate would put up their Presidential nominee for VP.

That sure as hell would be interesting to have a sitting VP challenge the President

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_1800
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« Reply #4282 on: July 10, 2014, 11:27:28 pm »

...in modern times.
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« Reply #4283 on: July 13, 2014, 09:31:24 am »

2016 President


√ Mark Warner (D-VA) / Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) EV=367
Ted Cruz (D-TX) / Sam Brownback (R-KS) EV=171
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« Reply #4284 on: July 13, 2014, 11:38:58 pm »

2016 Republican Primary - A Randy Good Time!
Four frontrunners lapped the field for the longest time - Rand Paul, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, and Ted Cruz, each represented a sect of the party, and each battling tooth and nail for the nomination. Of the four, Paul had by far the strongest organization in the first primaries, and won Iowa and New Hampshire through sheer power. Underdog Scott Walker rose to the challenge after a strong second place showing in Iowa and won Michigan by over ten points. Walker's campaign finance violations, however, doomed his chances. Christie rose during Super Tuesday, winning pluralities in the Northeast, and gained enough delegates to wage a small comeback, but after more investigation into his record in New Jersey, he proved to have too much baggage to be a serious nominee. The final match-up was between Rand Paul and Jeb Bush, but by the time of the match-up, Paul had a strong lead in the delegate race that no matter how much Bush did, he couldn't make it up. Even with all the establishment support and most of the establishment money, Bush was also considered rather incompetent at campaigning, allowing Paul to notch surprising victories in Georgia, Ohio, Virginia, California, and Illinois.



Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) - Republican Nominee
Fmr. Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL) - Withdrew during the conventions, Endorsed the nominee
Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) - Withdrew after MD-VA-DC Primaries, Endorsed Bush
Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) - Withdrew after Super Tuesday, No Endorsement
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) - Withdrew before SC, Endorsed Paul
Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) - Withdrew after IA, Endorsed Walker
Doctor Ben Carson (R-MD) - Withdrew after IA, Endorsed Paul

2016 - A War of Someone Else's Words - Biden v. Paul
Despite having a tough Democratic primary, Vice President Joe Biden rose the victor over Iowa winner Governor Martin O'Malley and Florida winner Governor Andrew Cuomo. For VP, he picked the moderate Senator Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota, a move that inspired yawns. He faced Rand Paul, who Democrats considered the Republican McGovern, and Biden lead by 15 points after some of Paul's neo-confederate hires were brought to light. However, Paul ran a grassroots campaign, running to Biden's right on economic policy and to his left on pot policy, foreign policy, and dinged the Vice President on the drone program and the weakening economy under President Obama. Biden's campaign was plagued from the start by his constant gaffes, but was further complicated by Biden's health problems, and his confusing 15 minute speech in New Hampshire that went basically nowhere trying to talk about the future of healthcare. The debates went in a way unexpected - Paul won the first, lost the second, and managed to sway some viewers on the foreign policy debate, even as Biden won by most barometers. By election day, Paul had erased the gap and, in some polls, even led by 1 or 2, but it was surprising to most when Paul won at the end of the day, noting Biden's stronger campaign infrastructure.



Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)/Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) - 49.3%, 272 EV's
Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE)/Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) - 49.2%, 266 EV's
Others - 1.5%, 0 EV's
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« Reply #4285 on: July 14, 2014, 12:09:46 am »
« Edited: July 14, 2014, 12:11:49 am by Mr. Illini »

2032: Like Old Times

Joe Kennedy (D-MA)/Chelsea Clinton (D-NY) / George P. Bush (R-TX)/Tagg Romney (R-UT)

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« Reply #4286 on: July 14, 2014, 01:08:56 am »

2020 - An Oppurtunity for Democrats
In one of the most divided fields in the history of American politics, Democrats saw an oppurtunity to defeat the unpopular President Rand Paul, but had way too much going on. the frontrunner was Vice Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar, but she had since not given any Democrat any sort of enthusiasm whatsoever. Iowa and Florida winners Martin O'Malley and Andrew Cuomo returned, bickering and battling the field with all their force. Progressives championed Sherrod Brown, Cory Booker rose and fell quickly, and Maggie Hassan was considered a dark horse. However, the darkest horse of all was Senator Brian Schatz, from the distant state of Hawaii, whose name recognition at the start of the campaign was approximately zero. With the imploding and lack of enthusiasm for so many candidates, Schatz managed to rise to the occasion and win the nomination.



Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) - Democratic Nominee
Fmr. Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) - Withdrew after PA, Endorsed Schatz
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) - Withdrew after WI, Endorsed Schatz
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) - Withdrew after FL, Endorsed Cuomo after Super Tuesday
Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH) - Withdrew after SC, Endorsed Schatz
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) - Withdrew after NV, Endorsed Cuomo
Fmr. Ambassador to China Gary Locke (D-WA) - Withdrew after NV, Endorsed Schatz
Governor Martin O'Malley (D-MD) - Withdrew after MI, Endorsed Brown
Senator Angus King (D-ME) - Withdrew after NH, Endorsed Hassan
Fmr. FHFA Director Mel Watt (D-NC) - Withdrew before IA, Endorsed Cuomo

A Campaign to Remeber - Paul v. Schatz
In one of the bloodiest campaigns in history, Senator Brian Schatz and President Rand Paul did battle like none other. Schatz dinged the President on his non-interventionist foreign policy, demanding humanitarian aide in Africa and rises of foreign aide money. Paul noted Schatz' left-wing record in the Senate, criticizing him on votes that expanded programs he considered already bloated. Paul had accounted for the largest number of vetoes in history, and that made people of both party mad. However, Paul again ran a strong campaign, and knocked out the leading Schatz in the first and second debates. However, Paul's foreign policy was obliterated in the third debate, with Schatz bringing humanity to the conversation. Paul looked like he could win by 5 or more, but the foreign policy debate haulted the President's momentum, and polls showed it could go either way. However, Schatz failed to use the Obama machine as well as he could have, and the Paul machine moved votes well enough to even take Wisconsin, a state Republicans haven't won since Bush Senior.




President Rand Paul (R-KY)/Vice President Rob Portman (R-OH) - 50.5%, 306 EV's
Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI)/Senator Gary Peters (D-MI) - 47.8%, 232 EV's
Others - 1.7%, 0 EV's
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« Reply #4287 on: July 14, 2014, 03:58:52 pm »

1988:

In May 1984, Jesse Jackson was grazed by metal from a bomb that killed vice-President Howard W. Cannon and Supreme Court Chief Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr.  Jesse Jackson then appointed Gary Hart vice-president and cancelled elections as a crackdown on the National Action and Libertarian Parties occurred.  Jackson was in charge during the Collapse of the Soviet Union into a series of fractured states, and he supplied weapons to the Central Asian Federation through Iran.  He also took a trip to Detroit which was becoming the greatest american city.  However, he was not reelected, and since no party had a majority of votes, the Republicans gave their electors to the National Action Party, and Harold Stassen became President.

Harold Stassen/Phil Crane
George H.W. Bush/Dan Fernandez
Jesse Jackson/Gary Hart
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« Reply #4288 on: July 14, 2014, 10:33:27 pm »

A Random Walk Down Pennsylvania Avenue....


Clinton 370
Bush 168


Clinton 338
Dole 200


Bush 357
Gore 181


Bush 374
Kerry 164


Obama 277
McCain 261


Romney 328
Obama 210
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« Reply #4289 on: July 15, 2014, 08:22:39 am »

1992:
The Stassen administration saw the rise of the police state, and the beginning of the occupation of Canada, Mexico, and Cuba.  However, Stassens attept to put in place national service, which passed, turned the Republicans against him in 1989.  The Democrats and Republicans, now in a coalition, gained control of Congress, and Stassen did little after that.  In 1992, he was renominated, alongside Vice-President Crane.  National Action did terribly in that election, with the Republicans gaining control, though Democrat John Belushi did well, and the Pacifistic Peace Party

Dan Quayle/ Pat Buchanan
Harold Stassen/ Phil Crane
John Belushi/ Tom Harkin
Benjamin Spock/ John Hagelin
Ross Perot/ Richard B. Boddie
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« Reply #4290 on: July 16, 2014, 09:25:18 am »

1996:
Post-1992, Benjamin Spocks peace party dissolved, and the Libertarians lost their organization.  Under President Quayle, Canada and Cuba were annexed and Britain was occupied during its War of Succession, in which Conservative Charlist Forces fought the Laborite Andrewists with the Liberals just being a third faction.  After a nuke was dropped on Colchester, President Quayle said "screw it" and invaded the place.  Ulster was made a Republic and the fighters in Britain demobilized.  US troops are keeping the peace, but it is unpopular, because there are still rebels.  The Democrats regained strength during this campaign, and the race between Quayle and Belushi was bloodthirsty with fighting between paramilitaries.  But when the smoke cleared, the Democrats were triumphant.

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Dan Quayle/Pat Buchanan
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« Reply #4291 on: July 16, 2014, 10:40:28 pm »

1940 - No FDR for re-election



Businessman Wendell Willkie (R-NY)/Minority Leader Charles L. McNary (R-OR) - 52.8%, 345 EV's
Vice President John Nance Garner (D-TX)/House Speaker William Bankhead (D-GA) - 45.3%, 186 EV's
Others - 1.9%
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« Reply #4292 on: July 18, 2014, 10:56:52 am »

1972 - Watergate Smoking Gun in October, No Eagleton, No Wallace Assassination Attempt, No "Acid, Amnesty, Abortion" Comment



Senator George McGovern (D-SD)/Mayor Kevin White (D-MA) - 341 EV - 46.9%
President Richard Nixon (R-CA)/Vice President Spiro Agnew (R-MD) - 132 EV - 39.3%
Governor George Wallace (D-AL)/Rep. John Schmitz (R-CA) - 65 EV - 13.7%
Others - 0 EV - 0.1%
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« Reply #4293 on: July 19, 2014, 10:00:21 am »
« Edited: July 19, 2014, 04:33:02 pm by NHI »

√ Sen. Joe Manchin/Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand: 405 (54.7%)
Sen. Ted Cruz/Gov. Scott Walker: 133 (43.9%)
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« Reply #4294 on: July 19, 2014, 10:20:49 am »

√ Sen. Joe Manchin/Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand: 402 (54.7%)
Sen. Ted Cruz/Gov. Scott Walker: 136 (43.9%)

Manchin would crush Cruz in Alaska
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« Reply #4295 on: July 19, 2014, 12:10:01 pm »

√ Sen. Joe Manchin/Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand: 402 (54.7%)
Sen. Ted Cruz/Gov. Scott Walker: 136 (43.9%)

Manchin would crush Cruz in Alaska

I second that.
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« Reply #4296 on: July 19, 2014, 04:33:24 pm »

√ Sen. Joe Manchin/Sen. Kirsten Gilibrand: 402 (54.7%)
Sen. Ted Cruz/Gov. Scott Walker: 136 (43.9%)

Manchin would crush Cruz in Alaska

I second that.

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« Reply #4297 on: July 19, 2014, 04:39:28 pm »

Year of the Woman:



Governor Susanna Martinez (R-NM)/Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) - 271 electoral votes, 49.3% of the popular vote
Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN)/Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) - 267 electoral votes, 48.6% of the popular vote
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« Reply #4298 on: July 19, 2014, 09:52:10 pm »
« Edited: July 19, 2014, 10:06:36 pm by Dixiecrat »

2012 President


Barack Obama (D-IL) / Joe Biden (D-DE) EV=386
Sarah Palin (D-AK) / Mike Lee (R-UT) EV=152
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« Reply #4299 on: July 19, 2014, 10:13:36 pm »



Obama/Biden 538
Palin/Ayotte 0
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