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« Reply #4500 on: January 20, 2015, 02:14:31 am »



Willkie 1940 22,348,343 49.5% 280
Roosevelt 1932 22,821,513 50.5% 251
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« Reply #4501 on: January 20, 2015, 11:20:55 pm »
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346 - 192

Guess what this map is.





434/103





516-22





259-279





460-78





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« Reply #4502 on: January 20, 2015, 11:36:23 pm »
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Coolidge 51% 323
Davis 23% 126
LaFollette 25% 72



Hoover 48% 397
Smith 25% 69
Shipstead 26% 65


Borah 34% 238
Garner 37% 190
Hoover 28% 103
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« Reply #4503 on: January 23, 2015, 01:42:43 pm »

The Rise and Fall of the American Independent Party

1968



Governor George Wallace (AI-AL)/Colonel Harland Sanders (AI-KY) - 38.3%, 205 EV's
Vice President Hubert Humphrey (D-MN)/Senator Edmund Muskie (D-ME) - 30.2%, 173 EV's
Governor Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY)/Senator Hiram Fong (R-HI) - 29.1%, 160 EV's

1972



President Harland Sanders (AI-KY)/Senator John Stennis (AI-MS)
- 47.6%, 335 EV's

Senator George McGovern (D-SD)/ Senator Claiborne Pell (D-RI) - 34.5%, 185 EV's
Former Governor Harold Stassen (R-MN)/Governor Winthrop Rockefeller (R-AR) - 17.4%, 18 EV's

1976



Senator Frank Church (D-ID)/Senator Dale Bumpers (D-AR) - 46.1%, 280 EV's
Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)/Governor Robert Ray (R-IA) - 44.7%, 242 EV's
Perennial Candidate George Mahoney (AI-MD)/Lieutenant Governor Charles Sullivan (AI-MS) - 7.7%, 16 EV's
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« Reply #4504 on: January 23, 2015, 06:49:08 pm »

Wait, you have Walkace's running mate as the KFC guy?
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« Reply #4505 on: January 23, 2015, 07:20:12 pm »

Wait, you have Walkace's running mate as the KFC guy?
He was indeed considered for the ticket. He never showed any interest, though.
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« Reply #4506 on: January 23, 2015, 07:57:53 pm »

Wait, you have Walkace's running mate as the KFC guy?
He was indeed considered for the ticket. He never showed any interest, though.

Yes, but he was considered. So I took into account that warped sense of history into my mischeavous vision of history where the Republicans go down a more neoliberal route, Democrats go nigh socialist, and the American Independents are a racist/fascist/right-wing populist type party.
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« Reply #4507 on: January 29, 2015, 12:05:48 am »

Continued from my last post on p. 180

2060



President Clark L. Cross (D-NC) / Vice President Violet C. McCollough (D-NY)
Jed E. Walters (R-MT) / Thomas R. "Tom" Poole (R-NV)

2064


Francisco S. Valadez (R-CO) / Arnold M. Marshall (R-ME)
Linda B. Robinson (D-MA) / Sterling B. Brooks (D-CA)
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« Reply #4508 on: January 29, 2015, 04:46:38 am »

1960



Lyndon B. Johnson / Hubert H. Humphrey - 448 (53%; 32,339,032)
Richard Nixon / Henry C. Lodge - 89 (46%; 28,112,300)




1964



President Lyndon B. Johnson / Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey - 521 (59%; 37,191,084)
Nelson Rockefeller / Illinois - 17 (41%; 25,908,292)




1968



Eugene McCarthy / Robert Byrd - 287 (49%; 32,265,512)
Richard Nixon / Spiro Agnew - 241 (46%; 30,450,704)
George Wallace / Happy Chandler - 10 (5%; 3,111,738)




1972



President Eugene McCarthy / Vice President Robert Byrd - 526 (60%; 44,331,112)
William Scranton / California - 12 (40%; 29,533,752)




1976



Vice President Robert Byrd / Wisconsin - 187 (49%; 41,799,744)
Ronald Reagan / Virginia - 351 (50%; 42,584,576)




1980



Jerry Brown / Jimmy Carter - 3 (36%; 30,524,552)
Ronald Reagan / Virginia - 535 (51%; 43,290,268)
John Anderson / Wisconsin - 0 (13%; 11,017,554)




1984



Fritz Hollings / Bill Clinton - 39 (44%; 38,725,808)
Bob Dole / I Forgot - 499 (56%; 49,048,248)




1988 1/3: Dole Hangs On!



Al Gore / Mario Cuomo - 261 (49%; 47,471,832)
Bob Dole / I Forgot - 277 (51%; 48,763,056)


1988 2/3: Biden Blowout!



Joe Biden / Lloyd Bentsen - 418 (53%; 49,646,776)
Bob Dole / I Forgot - 120 (47%; 44,445,492)


1988 3/3: Republican Today, Republican Tomorrow, Republican Forever!



Mario Cuomo / Bill Clinton - 195 (49%; 45,513,040)
Bob Dole / I Forgot - 343 (51%; 47,423,544)
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« Reply #4509 on: January 29, 2015, 10:40:56 am »

2016



Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and Sherrod Brown of Ohio (Democratic Party)
Jeb Bush of Florida and Scott Brown of New Hampshire (Republican Party)

2020



President Jeb Bush of Florida and Vice President Scott Brown of New Hampshire (Republican Party)
Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Tom Perriello of Virginia (Democratic Party)

2024



President Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Vice President Tom Perriello of Virginia (Democratic Party)
Rand Paul of Kentucky and Mia Love of Utah (Republican Party)
Raymond Cooke of Alabama and Beth Fort of Massachusetts (Tea Party)*

2028



Vice President Tom Perriello of Virginia and Cory Booker of New Jersey (Democratic Party)
Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and Brian Calley of Michigan (Republican Party)

2032



President Tom Perriello of Virginia and Vice President Cory Booker of New Jersey (Democratic Party)
Victoria Pope of Missouri and Tony Castellano of Oregon (Republican Party)*

2036



Victoria Pope of Missouri and Tony Castellano of Oregon (Republican Party)*
Carrie Henderson of New Jersey and Harold Phillips of Minnesota (Democratic Party)*
Fred Hammond of Oklahoma and Joanne Parker of Missouri (Progressive Party)*

2040



Vice President Tony Castellano of Oregon and Jess Messer of South Carolina (Republican Party)*
Bill Anderson of Tennessee and Vanessa Capps of Connecticut (Democratic Party)*
Vincent Steele of New Jersey and Brenda Gold of Kentucky (We the People)*

2044



President Bill Anderson of Tennessee and Vice President Vanessa Capps of Connecticut (Democratic Party)*
Ken Jones of Virginia and Jim McCall of Tennessee (Republican Party)*
Izalea Ford of Georgia and Russ Gardner of Texas (We the People)*

2048



President Ken Jones of Virginia and Vice President Jim McCall of Tennessee (Republican Party)*
Ilene Viveros of Pennsylvania and Daniel Pearson of Oklahoma (Workers Party)*
Bill Anderson of Tennessee and Anthony Granger of Washington (Progressive Party/Democratic Party)*

2052



Vice President Jim McCall of Tennessee and Joe Holliday of Alaska (Republican Party)*
Kim Weber of Michigan and Michael Workman of New York (Workers')*
Elsie Rogers of New York and Tiffany Tong of California (Progressive Alliance)*
Sandy Lambert of California and Richard Gilchrist of Idaho (Life, Liberty, and Property)*

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« Reply #4510 on: January 29, 2015, 03:57:27 pm »

1968:

Gov. George Romney (R-MI)/Gov. Ronald Reagan (R-CA) 213EV
Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX)/Sen. Henry "Scoop" Jackson (D-WA) 125EV
Gov. George Wallace (AI-AL)/John Wayne (AI-CA) 127EV
Sen. Robert Kennedy (I-NY)/Sen. Eugene McCarthy (I-MN) 73EV

1972:

Gov. Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/Sen. Charles Percy (R-IL) 481EV
Pres. George Wallace (D-AL)/VP. Henry "Scoop" Jackson (D-WA) 44EV
Sen. Eugene McCarthy (I-MN)/Mayor John Lindsay (I-NY) 13EV
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« Reply #4511 on: January 29, 2015, 04:45:50 pm »

1980



Senator George H.W. Bush (R-TX)/Congressman Phil Crane (R-IL) - 48.1%, 454 EV's
President Frank Church (D-ID)/Vice President Dale Bumpers (D-AR) - 37.7%, 56 EV's
Former Governor Fob James (AI-AL)/Congressman Hugh Alexander (AI-NC) - 9.3%, 28 EV's

1988



Governor Mario Cuomo (D-NY)/Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR)* - 43.6%, 251 EV's
Vice President Phil Crane (R-IL)/Senator Nancy Kassebaum (R-KS) - 43.9%, 241 EV's
Former Vice President John Stennis (AI-MS)/Perennial Candidate John Mahoney (AI-MD) - 12.3%, 46 EV's

*Congress, both in Democratic control, pick Cuomo and Clinton for President.
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« Reply #4512 on: January 30, 2015, 06:46:37 pm »

1828 Presidential Election

President John Q. Adams/ Secretary of the Treasury Richard Rush (National Republican): 134 EV; 53% pv
Fmr. Senator Andrew Jackson/ Vice President John C. Calhoun (Democratic): 127 EV; 47% pv

1832 Presidential Election

Secretary of State Henry Clay/ Congressman John Sergeant (National Republican): 184 EV; 55% pv
Senator John C. Calhoun/ Senator Martin Van Buren (Democratic): 104 EV; 45% pv

1836 Presidential Election

President Henry Clay/ Vice President John Sergeant (National Republican: 240 EV; 59% pv
Fmr. Senator Martin Van Buren/ Senator Richard M. Johnson (Democratic): 50 EV; 41% pv

1840 Presidential Election

Secretary of State William H. Harrison/ Senator Daniel Webster (National Republican): 221 EV; 54% pv
Senator Martin Van Buren/ Congressman James K. Polk (Democratic): 69 EV; 46% pv

1844 Presidential Election

Speaker of the House James K. Polk/ Congressman Lewis Cass (Democratic): 161 EV; 49% pv
President Daniel Webster/ Senator Theodore Frelinghuysen (National Republican): 114 EV; 48% pv
Fmr. State Representative James G. Birney/ Mr. Thomas Morris (Liberty): 0 EV; 2%

1848 Presidential Election

General Zachary Taylor/ Senator Stephen Douglas (Democratic): 272 EV; 61% pv
General Winfield Scott/ Governor Millard Fillmore (National Republican): 18 EV; 24% pv
Senator Charles F. Adams/ Senator John P. Hale (Free Soil): 0 EV; 15% pv

1852 Presidential Election

Senator Charles F. Adams/ Congressman George W. Julian (Free Soil): 158 EV; 38% pv
President Stephen Douglass/ Senator James Buchanan (Democratic): 130 EV; 36%
Fmr. Governor Millard Fillmore/ Congressman William A. Graham (National Republican): 8 EV; 26% pv
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« Reply #4513 on: January 31, 2015, 12:50:18 am »

1948



President James Byrnes of South Carolina and Governor Fielding L. Wright of Mississippi (States' Rights Democratic): 104
General Dwight Eisenhower of New York and Senator Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky (Democratic): 271
Governor Thomas Dewey of New York and Governor Earl Warren of California (Republican): 156

1952



President Dwight Eisenhower of New York and Vice President Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky (Democratic): 460
Senator Bob Taft of Ohio and Senator Richard M. Nixon of California (Republican): 0
Senator Richard Russell of Georgia and Senator John Sparkman of Alabama (States' Rights Democratic): 71

1956



Adlai Stevenson of Illinois and Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts (Democratic): 286
Harold Stassen of Minnesota and Governor Christian Herter of Massachusetts (Republican): 139
Happy Chandler of Kentucky and Luther Hodges of North Carolina (States' Rights): 106

1960



President Adlai Stevenson of Illinois and Vice President John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts (Democratic): 246
Senator Richard Nixon of California and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts (Republican): 220
Governor Orval Faubus of Arkansas and Rear Admiral John G. Crommelin of Alabama (States' Rights): 71

No electoral college majority. House and Senate re-elect the incumbents.

1964



President John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts and Governor George Wallace of Alabama (Democratic): 533
Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona and Congressman William Miller of New York (Republican): 5
Clifton DeBerry of Illinois and Ed Shaw of Michigan (Socialist Workers): 0

1968



Vice President George Wallace of Alabama and Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota (Democratic): 376
Governor Richard Nixon of California and Governor Spiro Agnew of Maryland (Republican): 162
Dick Gregory and Mark Lane (Peace and Freedom): 0

1972



President George Wallace of Alabama and Vice President Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota (Democratic): 538
Governor Ronald Reagan of California and Congressman John Ashbrook of Ohio (Republican): 0
Senator George McGovern of South Dakota and Congressman Pete McCloskey of California (Peace and Freedom): 0

1976



Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy of New York and Governor Jimmy Carter of Georgia (Democratic): 127
Senator George H.W. Bush of Texas and Senator Bob Dole of Kansas (Republican): 278
Brigadier General Hugh Hester of North Carolina and Staughton Lynd of Ohio (Labor): 133

1980



President George H.W. Bush of Texas and Vice President Bob Dole of Kansas (Republican): 0
Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers International Union Vice President Tony Mazzocchi of Oklahoma and Matilde Zimmermann of New York (Labor): 514
Senator Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts and Governor Cliff Finch of Mississippi (Democratic): 24
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« Reply #4514 on: January 31, 2015, 12:13:57 pm »
« Edited: January 31, 2015, 12:55:50 pm by SPC »

2012



Governor Mitt Romney / Congressman Paul Ryan 49.8% 285
President Barack Obama / Vice-President Joe Biden 48.5% 253

2016



President Mitt Romney / Vice-President Paul Ryan 50.9% 295
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton / Senator Tim Kaine 47.4% 243

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« Reply #4515 on: January 31, 2015, 09:42:55 pm »



Huey Long doesn't die and runs on his Share the Wealth platform. He runs a very populist, agrarian, Southern campaign that takes enough of the vote (2%) in New Hampshire to flip it and enough in Kansas too. (8%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democratic)-419
Huey Long (Share the Wealth)-91
Alf Landon (Republican)-21
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« Reply #4516 on: February 01, 2015, 05:05:08 pm »

America with a Labor Party



Shading indicates the degree to which public opinion in the state indicated supports either the Labor or the Republican party.
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« Reply #4517 on: February 02, 2015, 10:33:12 pm »

Just decided to dump some irrelevant TL ideas that were taking up space.
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ELECTION OF 2000
(Republican)-Sen. John S. McCain III,AZ/Rep. Julius C. "J. C." Watts Jr,OK: 291 EV, 48%
(Democratic)-VP. Albert "Al" A. Gore Jr,TN/Sen. John F. Kerry,MA: 246 EV, 47%
(Green)-Mr. Ralph Nader,CT/Ms. Winona LaDuke,MN: 1 EV (1 Faithless DC Elector), 3%
(Reform)-Mr. Patrick "Pat" J. Buchanan,VA/Mrs. Ezola B. Foster,CA: 0 EV, 1%

ELECTION OF 2004
(Republican)-Pres. John S. McCain III,AZ/VP. Julius C. "J. C." Watts Jr,OK: 358 EV, 53%
(Democratic)-Sen. Johnny "John" R. Edwards,NC/Sen. Joseph "Joe" R. Biden Jr,DE: 180 EV, 45%
(Constitution/Reform)-Mr. Michael A. Peroutka,MD/Fmr Amb. Raymond "Ray" L. Flynn,MA: 0 EV, 1%

ELECTION OF 2008
(Democratic)-Sen. Hillary D. Rodham Clinton,NY/Sen. B. Evans "Evan" Bayh III,IN: 295 EV, 47%
(Republican)-VP. Julius C. "J. C." Watts Jr,OK/Sec of Com. Olympia J. Snowe,ME: 243 EV, 47%
(Green)-Mr. Ralph Nader,CT/May. Matthew "Matt" E. Gonzalez,CA: 0 EV, 3%
(Constitution)-Fmr Rep. James "Jim" W. Gilchrist Jr,CA/Fmr Sen. Robert "Bob" C. Smith,FL: 0 EV, 2%

ELECTION OF 2012
(Democratic)-Pres. Hillary D. Rodham Clinton,NY/VP. Evans "Evan" B. Bayh III,IN: 271 EV, 43%
(Republican)-Fmr Gov. Jon M. Huntsman Jr,UT/Sen. Robert "Rob" J. Portman,OH: 233 EV, 39%
(Constitution)-Gov. Roy S. Moore,AL/Fmr St Sen. Rick Jore,MT: 31 EV, 9%
(Green)-Fmr May. Matthew "Matt" E. Gonzalez,CA/Sen. Bernard "Bernie" Sanders,VT: 3 EV, 8%
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« Reply #4518 on: February 04, 2015, 08:14:11 am »

Continuing on from my previous post, this is (roughly) the level of support among voters at the state level for the Labor Party. Percentages are a bit off here because some states (the ones marked at >30%) are in fact states where the Labor Party only gets >20%, and so on and so forth. So assume the shading indicates 10% less support than the state actually gives to the LP.

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« Reply #4519 on: February 08, 2015, 07:43:35 pm »
« Edited: February 18, 2015, 09:50:59 am by MATTROSE94 »

Possible 2016 Democratic Primary Map:


Red: Hillary Clinton
Blue: Jim Webb
Green: Bernie Sanders
Yellow: Martin O'Malley

Possible 2016 Republican Primary Map:

Red: Jeb Bush
Blue: Chris Christie
Yellow: Scott Walker
Green: Ted Cruz
Grey: Rand Paul
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« Reply #4520 on: February 14, 2015, 12:45:27 pm »

2012


Obama/Biden 394 (43.2%)
Palin/DeMint 137 (33.5%)
Huntsman/Bloomberg 7 (19.3%)
Johnson/Gray 0 (2.9%)
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« Reply #4521 on: February 14, 2015, 02:40:04 pm »

2012



Huntsman/Christie 280
Obama/Biden 258
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« Reply #4522 on: February 15, 2015, 04:13:34 pm »

1984


Reagan/Bush 527 (57.0%)
Hollings/Hart 11 (41.8%)
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« Reply #4523 on: February 17, 2015, 03:20:57 am »

1996

Ross Perot throws his support behind retired general Colin Powell, whose moderate policies and image of refined leadership narrowly triumphs over the popular but now scandal ridden Bill Clinton.


Retired General Colin Powell/Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander- 278 (49.0%)
President Bill Clinton/Vice President Al Gore- 260 (48.7%)
Others 2.7%

2000

Jesse Jackson emerges from a weak field as the Democratic candidate to take on the very popular President Powell. Pat Buchanan challenges Powell from the right, attacking his moderate positions. Powell nonetheless cruises to an easy victory, dispatching easily of his provocative opponents.


President Colin Powell/Vice President Lamar Alexander- 498 (55.6%)
Reverend Jesse Jackson/North Carolina Senator John Edwards- 3 (33.1%)
Activist Pat Buchanan/Former Representative Bob Dornan- 37 (10.3%)
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« Reply #4524 on: February 18, 2015, 10:24:55 am »
« Edited: February 25, 2015, 09:40:58 am by MATTROSE94 »

2016:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM): 272 Electoral Votes (49.7%)
Governor Scott Walker (R-WI)/Governor Susana Martinez (R-NM): 266 Electoral Votes (48.6%)
Others: 1.7%

The closest states are Florida, Georgia, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Arizona, Iowa, Ohio, Wisconsin, Colorado, New Mexico and New Hampshire.
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