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« Reply #4450 on: December 16, 2014, 04:53:12 pm »

Lmao, who is Juan Castro?
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« Reply #4451 on: December 21, 2014, 01:07:16 pm »

2016: Hillary loses the popular vote but wins the electoral college. CO, IA, NH, OH, PN, and VA are all within 1%.

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« Reply #4452 on: December 22, 2014, 03:29:52 am »

2012 Republican Primary:


Gov. Mitt Romney
CEO Herman Cain
Rep. Ron Paul
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« Reply #4453 on: December 22, 2014, 10:06:53 pm »

Reagan Doesn't Run in 1984
√ Bush/Dole: 452 (56.6%)
Mondale/Ferraro: 86 (43.3%)

1988: Hart Defeats Bush
√ Hart/Bentsen: 281 (51.3%)
Bush/Dole: 257 (48.6%)

1992: *GOP House Elects Dole, Dem Senate Re-elects Bensten
Dole/Kemp: 269 (49.6%)*
Hart/Bensten: 269 (49.5%)

1996: A House Divided, Cuomo Wins
√ Cuomo/Clinton: 335 (45.8%)
Dole/Kemp: 203 (41.9%)
Perot/Buchanan: 0 (11.3%)

2000: "First Big Government Dem since LBJ and we cannot beat him!"
√ Cuomo/Clinton: 442 (47.7%)
McCain/Graham: 80 (35.6%)
Ventura/Johnson: 16 (14.7%)

2004: The Closest Election
√ Bush/Snowe: 272 (48.05%)
Clinton/Bradley: 266 (47.98%)
Other: 0 (5.77%)

2008: A New Republican Majority
√ Bush/Snowe: 325 (52.9%)
Bradley/Gregoire: 213 (46.0%)

2012: Historic Election
√ Snowe/Kasich: 320 (51.5%)
Patrick/White: 218 (47.7%)
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« Reply #4454 on: December 23, 2014, 07:40:03 pm »

1996: Kemp Defeats Clinton!



Representative Jack Kemp R-NY/Senator John Danforth R-MO 272 EVS
President Bill Clinton D-AR/Vice President Al Gore D-TN 266 EVS

2000: Kerry Realignment



Senator John Kerry D-MA/Senator Tom Daschle D-SD 292 EVS
Senator John McCain R-AZ/Secretary of Labor Elizabeth Dole R-NC 246 EVS

2004: Election of a Lifetime



President John Kerry/Vice President Tom Daschle D-SD 285EVS
Senator Judd Gregg R-NH/Congressman Jeff Flake R-AZ 253EVS

2008: A Shattered Ceiling



Governor Christine Todd Whitman R-NJ/Congresswoman Martha Blackburn R-TN 281 EVS
Senator Lincoln Blanche D-AR/Congresswoman Corrine Brown D-FL 257EVS

2012: Northeast Showdown



President Christine Whitman R-NJ/Vice President Marsha Blackburn R-TN 334EVS
Senator Elizabeth Warren D-MA/Senator Kirsten Gillibrand D-NY 204EVS

2016: Kemp's Requiem



Senator Rob Portman R-OH/Governor Scott Walker R-WI 270EVS
Governor Martin O'Malley D-MD/Governor Gavin Newsom D-CA 268EVS
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« Reply #4455 on: December 26, 2014, 01:02:56 pm »
« Edited: December 26, 2014, 01:17:49 pm by SPC »

Nixon's path to victory, assuming that conspiracy theories regarding Illinois and Texas are correct, and Henry Irwin opts not to send the election to a Democratic House*:



Richard Nixon 50.4% 270
John Kennedy 48.9% 253
Harry Byrd 14

*Although Congress at the time consisted of 17 Republican delegations, 17 Democratic delegations (counting Missouri and Kentucky), and 12 Dixiecratic delegations (although Johnson could likely manipulate the Texas delegation to support Kennedy). In any case, Irwin's sway could be eliminated by giving Michigan to Nixon, requiring an additional 0.4% national swing.
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« Reply #4456 on: December 26, 2014, 09:21:36 pm »

Got bored, made a thing. Enjoy Smiley

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« Reply #4457 on: December 26, 2014, 10:52:55 pm »


Does this actually represent something, or is it just random colors?
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« Reply #4458 on: December 26, 2014, 11:08:38 pm »


Does this actually represent something, or is it just random colors?

No, actually. At first I was trying to see how 90 percent colors look like while bordering each other. So I started with the West Coast and it went all Southeast from there. Literally.

I was quite pleasantly surprised about fitting all of the colors on there. Anyways this actually inspires me to do a Warren vs Cruz vs Huntsman map. Hmm...

To the map board!
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« Reply #4459 on: December 26, 2014, 11:45:27 pm »

Mini-Timeline - Democrats Get Their Reagan!

1992 - Clinton beats Bush in a landslide



Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Senator Al Gore (D-TN) - 54.01%, 458 EV's
President George H.W. Bush (R-TX)/Vice President Dan Quayle (R-IN) - 45.36%, 80 EV's

1996: Forget about it!



President Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Vice President Al Gore (D-TN) - 59.9%, 532 EV's
Senator Bob Dole (R-KS)/Executive Steve Forbes (R-NJ) - 38.2%, 6 EV's

2000 - Gore defeats McCain handsomely!



Vice President Al Gore (D-TN)/Senator Paul Wellstone (D-MN) - 51.3%, 337 EV's
Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Governor Tommy Thompson (R-WI) - 46.2%, 201 EV's

2004 - Tensions in the Middle East give Allen the win!



Senator George Allen (R-VA)/Former Governor Tom Ridge (R-PA) - 52.2%, 321 EV's
President Al Gore (D-TN)/Vice President Paul Wellstone (D-MN) - 46.9%, 217 EV's


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« Reply #4460 on: December 26, 2014, 11:55:51 pm »

Alright, here we go:


Former Governor Jon Huntsman R/No Labels-UT/Senator Mark Warner D/No Labels284 EVS
Senator Elizabeth Warren D-MA/Senator Heidi Heitkamp D-ND 178 EVS
Senator Ted Cruz R-TX/Senator Jeff Flake R-AZ 76 EVS

I was doubting a bit on North Carolina. Without NC it's thrown into the House, though Huntsman easily runs away with a large portion of the popular vote. I'd estimate Huntsman 35% Warner 34% Cruz 31%.
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« Reply #4461 on: December 28, 2014, 06:10:42 pm »
« Edited: December 30, 2014, 01:41:08 am by SPC »

1976: Reagan/Schweiker vs Carter/Mondale

326-212

1980: Ford/Dole vs Carter/Mondale

352-186

1984: Dole/Kemp vs Glenn/Graham

346-192

1988: Dole/Kemp vs Gore/Bradley

276-262

1992: Kemp/Simpson vs Gore/Bradley

369-169

1996: McCain/Quayle vs Bradley/Miller

304-234

2000: Romney/Whitman vs Bradley/Nunn

291-247

2004: Romney/Whitman vs Edwards/Vilsack

399-139

2008: Steele/Pawlenty vs Bayh/Jones

324-214
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« Reply #4462 on: December 30, 2014, 12:45:23 am »

2056



Senator Clark L. Cross (D-NC)/Governor Violet C. McCollough (D-NY)
Governor Christopher W. "Chris" Cruz (R-UT)/Congresswoman Michelle P. Hoch (R-MN)
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« Reply #4463 on: December 31, 2014, 09:55:03 pm »



Guess what this map is. It's about a specific presidential election.
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« Reply #4464 on: December 31, 2014, 11:10:52 pm »



Guess what this map is. It's about a specific presidential election.

Hmmm, DC is there so its 1960+. A Democrat wins but without Hawaii, Arkansas, or Georgia so its not Obama, Clinton or Carter. Random guess but 1964 where JFK doesn't die, seeks reelections, and faces Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. in the general. Also, no civil rights act.
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« Reply #4465 on: January 02, 2015, 01:43:10 pm »

Clinton/Gore vs. Bush/Perot?
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« Reply #4466 on: January 02, 2015, 01:59:31 pm »



Guess what this map is. It's about a specific presidential election.

It's 1972. In blue states, Nixon won every county. In red states, McGovern won at least one county.
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« Reply #4467 on: January 02, 2015, 02:07:35 pm »

I'm thinking about making a timeline out of this:

2000

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)/Gov. George W. Bush (R-TX): 399 EVs (55% PV)
Vice Pres. Al Gore (D-TN)/Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT): 139 EVs (42% PV)

2004

Pres. John McCain (R-AZ)/Vice Pres. George W. Bush (R-TX): 495 EVs (57% PV)
Sen. John Kerry (D-MA)/Sen. John Edwards (D-NC): 43 EVs (41% PV)

2008

Vice Pres. George W. Bush (R-TX)/Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA): 334 EVs (52% PV)
Sen. John Edwards (D-NC)/Fmr. Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT): 204 EVs (46% PV)
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« Reply #4468 on: January 02, 2015, 06:03:35 pm »



Reagan 1980 vs Romney 2012

(>30% corresponds to less than 3.6%, which is the difference between Reagan's percentage and Romney's percentage. All other shades are increments of 5%)

The same map, but this time comparing their performance with white voters:
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« Reply #4469 on: January 02, 2015, 11:51:00 pm »
« Edited: January 02, 2015, 11:52:37 pm by badgate »

A SERIES OF UNSUCCESSFUL PRESIDENCIES

I. Midnight In America / 1984



Frmr. Vice President Walter Mondale / Frmr. West Virginia Governor Jay Rockefeller - 270
President Ronald Reagan / Vice President George H.W. Bush - 268


II. Mondale Revisited / 1988



President Walter Mondale / Vice President Jay Rockefeller - 139
Wisconsin Senator Bob Kasten / Frmr. Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld - 399


III. The Green Bay Massacre / 1992



Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton / New York Governor Mario Cuomo - 406
President Bob Kasten / Vice President Donald Rumsfeld - 132
Ross Perot / "Who Am I? Why Am I Here?" - 0


IV. Close Call / 1996



President Bill Clinton / Vice President Mario Cuomo - 276
General Colin Powell / Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson - 262


V. Millennium Maximus / 2000



Senator John Kerry / Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold - 260
Senator Mitt Romney / Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore - 278
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« Reply #4470 on: January 03, 2015, 08:19:15 am »




Guess what this map is. It's about a specific presidential election.

It's 1972. In blue states, Nixon won every county. In red states, McGovern won at least one county.

Correct
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« Reply #4471 on: January 03, 2015, 11:18:47 am »

1884 trend map:
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« Reply #4472 on: January 04, 2015, 07:47:41 am »

2016


Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Julian Castro (D-TX) 323 (51.25%)
Mike Huckabee (R-AR) / John Kasich (R-OH) 215 (47.61%)
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« Reply #4473 on: January 04, 2015, 09:35:27 am »

QUITE A DIFFERENT AMERICA

Point of divergence here is the Civil Rights Act being passed in the 50ies by an independent President Eisenhower. Neither Democrats nor Republicans realign themselves on civil right issues as they do OTL. The 60ies see Presidents Kennedy and Johnson as in OTL, the latter reelected in 1968. Civil Rights cease to be a big issue in the late 60ies, also in the South.

1972:



Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR) / Senator John Tower (R-TX) - 341 EVs

Senator Edmund Muskie (D-ME) / Governor George Wallace (D-AL) - 197 EVs

1976:



President Mark Hatfield (R-OR) / Vice President John Tower (R-TX) - 312 EVs
Senator Sam Yorty (D-CA) / Representative Woody Jenkins (D-LA) - 226 EVs

1980:



Senator Robert Kennedy (D-MA) / Governor Charles Flinch (D-MS) - 381 EVs
Frmr Governor Spiro Agnew (R-MD) / Senator Charles Percy (R-IL) - 157 EVs
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« Reply #4474 on: January 04, 2015, 03:17:55 pm »

QUITE A DIFFERENT AMERICA

Point of divergence here is the Civil Rights Act being passed in the 50ies by an independent President Eisenhower. Neither Democrats nor Republicans realign themselves on civil right issues as they do OTL. The 60ies see Presidents Kennedy and Johnson as in OTL, the latter reelected in 1968. Civil Rights cease to be a big issue in the late 60ies, also in the South.

Cool map series! It reminded me of one I did last year, where the Civil Rights and Voting Rights acts aren't passed as in OTL, similar to what you did.

edited to add: I found it: link to A Divergent America
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