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« Reply #4550 on: April 28, 2015, 06:50:18 pm »



√ Hoodie Allen (R-NY)/Bruce Jenner (R-CA) - 380
Waka Floka Flame (D-GA)/Alec Baldwin (D-NY) - 158
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« Reply #4551 on: May 01, 2015, 07:59:59 pm »

1980 - Ford beats back the man he defeated


Former President Gerald Ford (R-MI)/RNC Chairman Bill Brock (R-TN) - 54.4%, 479 EV's
President Jimmy Carter (D-GA)/Vice President Walter Mondale (D-MN) - 44.6%, 59 EV's

1984 - Hart beats back Brock



Senator Gary Hart (D-CO)/Senator Dale Bumpers (D-AR) - 50.6%, 282 EV's

Vice President Bill Brock (R-TN)/Senator Paul Laxalt (R-NV) - 48.3%, 256 EV's

1988 - Bumpers wins uphill battle



Vice President Dale Bumpers (D-AR)/Former Governor Bob Graham (D-FL) - 49.3%, 298 EV's
Governor George Deukemejian (R-CA)/Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (R-IL) - 49.2%, 240 EV's
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« Reply #4552 on: May 03, 2015, 03:56:34 pm »



Try to guess the significance of this map... note the differing percentages.
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« Reply #4553 on: May 04, 2015, 12:47:18 am »

In an alternate timeline, Lee Iaccoca decides to run as an independent in 1988, which causes both him and Libertarian party nominee Ron Paul to be allowed in the debates. This led to a different selection of running mates on all sides, and a much more interesting map.


Gov. Michael Dukakis (D-MA)/Sen. Al Gore Jr. (D-TN) 149EV
VP. George HW. Bush (R-TX)/George Deukmejian (R-CA) 160EV
CEO Lee Iaccoca (I-MI)/Bob Casey (I-PA) 158EV
Rep. Ron Paul (L-TX)/Mr. Pat Buchanan (L-VA) 71EV
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« Reply #4554 on: May 04, 2015, 12:56:39 am »



Try to guess the significance of this map... note the differing percentages.

The largest states by area are the most Republican, and the smallest are the most Democratic.
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« Reply #4555 on: May 04, 2015, 07:36:30 am »


Fmr. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Fmr. Gov. Martin O'Malley (D-MD): 443 EVs (57% PV)
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)/Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI): 95 EVs (40%) PV
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« Reply #4556 on: May 07, 2015, 11:42:34 am »

2000 - Senator Steve Ford defeats John Kerry for a third term of Republicans



Senator Steve Ford (R-MI)/Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander (R-TN) - 48.7%, 283 EV's
Senator John Kerry (D-MA)/Speaker Dick Gephardt (D-MO) - 48.3%, 255 EV's

2004 - President Ford wins decisive re-match



President Steve Ford (R-MI)/Vice President Lamar Alexander (R-TN) - 51.1%, 313 EV's
Senator John Kerry (D-MA)/Senator John Edwards (D-NC) - 47.2%, 225 EV's

2008 - Obama crushes McCain



Senator Michelle Obama (D-IL)/General Wesley Clark (D-AR) - 53.5%, 379 EV's
Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Minority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) - 44.6%, 159 EV's

2012 - President Obama crushes Mike "legitimate rape" Huckabee



President Michelle Obama (D-IL)/Vice President Wesley Clark (D-AR) - 55.2%, 389 EV's

Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)/Former Governor Jon Huntsman (R-UT) - 43.4%, 149 EV's

2016 - A narrow Clark win over John Gardner Ford



Vice President Wesley Clark (D-AR)/Congressman Joaquin Castro (D-TX) - 49.9%, 281 EV's
Senator John Gardner Ford (R-VA)/Governor Scott Walker (R-WI) - 48.1%, 257 EV's

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« Reply #4557 on: May 07, 2015, 02:26:15 pm »


Jeb Bush-Susana Martinez, Republican: 180 EVs
Hillary Clinton-Mark Warner, Democratic: 178 EVs
Ted Cruz-Nikki Haley, Conservative Alliance: 105 EVs
Elizabeth Warren-Bernie Sanders, United Progressive Front: 75 EVs


Best States:

Bush-Martinez:
- Nebraska: 52%
- Utah: 49%
- Wyoming: 47%
- Alabama: 45%
- Florida: 44%

Clinton-Warner:
- Washington D.C.: 57%
- New York: 53%
- California: 48%
- Illinois: 46%
- New Jersey: 45%

Cruz-Haley:
- Oklahoma: 56%
- Idaho: 49%
- Louisiana: 48%
- South Carolina: 46%
- South Dakota: 44%

Warren-Sanders:
- Vermont: 64%
- Massachusetts: 57%
- Hawaii: 49%
- Rhode Island: 44%
- Delaware: 42%
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« Reply #4558 on: May 07, 2015, 02:44:40 pm »

Popular Vote:
- Jeb Bush-Susana Martinez, Republican: 30.75%
- Hillary Clinton-Mark Warner, Democratic: 30.66%
- Ted Cruz-Nikki Haley, Conservative Alliance: 22.54%
- Elizabeth Warren-Bernie Sanders, United Progressive Front: 16.05%

Right-Left Popular Vote United:
- Right-Wing: 53.29%
- Left-Wing: 46.71%
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« Reply #4559 on: May 07, 2015, 05:58:46 pm »



Clinton vs Cruz
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« Reply #4560 on: May 08, 2015, 06:59:21 pm »

How likely is this map if Clinton selects Joe Manchin and Bush selects Susan Collins, Mark Kirk, or Rob Portman?

Clinton 269
Bush 269
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« Reply #4561 on: May 10, 2015, 08:00:46 am »

√ (D) John F. Kennedy/Lyndon Johnson: 378 (55.2%)
(R) Barry Goldwater/William Miller: 170 (44.3%)

√ (D) Lyndon Johnson/Hubert Humphrey: 380 (45.7%)
(R) Nelson Rockefeller/Margaret C. Chase: 105 (37.1%)
(I) George Wallace/Curtis LeMay (16.2%)

√ (R) Ronald Reagan/George Romney: 352 (53.9%)
(D) Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie: 186 (45.5%)

√ (R) Ronald Reagan/George Romney: 338 (51.7%)
Edward M. Kennedy/Jimmy Carter: 200 (47.5%)

√ (D) Lloyd Bentsen/Bill Clinton: 310 (51.1%)
(R) Bob Dole/Peter Wilson: 228 (48.3%)

√ (D) Lloyd Bentsen/Bill Clinton: 523 (62.2%)
(R) Ron Paul/Bob Smith: 15 (36.9%)

√ (D) Bill Clinton/Paul Simon: 347 (52.3%)
(R) Lamar Alexander/Dan Quayle: 191 (45.9%)

√ (R) Jack Kemp/Maureen Reagan: 473 (58.1%)
(D) Bill Clinton/Paul Simon: 65 (40.9%)

√ (R) Jack Kemp/Maureen Reagan: 519 (61.7%)
(D) John Kerry/Ann Richards: 19 (37.5%)

(D) John F. Kennedy, Jr./Bob Graham: 269 (49.6%)*
(R) Maureen Reagan/Colin Powell*: 269 (49.5%)
* Kennedy elected President via the House, Powell via the Senate.

√ (D) John F. Kennedy/Bob Graham: 341 (52.1%)
(R) Haley Barbour/John Thune: 197 (46.4%)
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« Reply #4562 on: May 10, 2015, 08:09:51 am »

√ (R) John McCain/Olympia Snowe: 273 (48.5%)
(D) Mark Warner/John Edwards: 264 (48.1%)
(I) Jill Stein/Ralph Nader: 0 (2.1%)

√ (R) Olympia Snowe/Charlie Crist: 432 (57.7%)
(D) Gray Davis/Deval Patrick: 106 (42.8%)
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« Reply #4563 on: May 11, 2015, 02:36:24 pm »
« Edited: May 11, 2015, 05:00:30 pm by Skill and Chance »

2016



Clinton/Kaine 358 EV 53.7%
Huckabee/Kasich 180 EV 45.1%

House: 228R/207D, national party vote: 53.1%D/45.3%R
Senate: 52D/48R

2018

House: 239R/196D, national party vote: 50.2%R/48.3%D
Senate: 53R/47D


2020



Clinton/Kaine 270 EV 47.1%
Paul/Flake 268 EV 51.6%
House: 262R/173D, national party vote: 51.9%R/46.7%D
Senate: 53R/47D

The 28th Amendment, abolishing the electoral college and establishing a federal redistricting commission for the House is passed by a bipartisan majority and ratified by 38 states by early 2022.

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« Reply #4564 on: May 14, 2015, 09:46:04 am »

√ Hillary Clinton: 406 (55%)
Ted Cruz: 132 (44%)
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« Reply #4565 on: May 14, 2015, 09:53:51 am »
« Edited: May 14, 2015, 10:15:36 am by NHI »

√ Al Gore-Joe Lieberman: 292 (48.5%)
George Bush-Dick Cheney: 246 (47.9%)
Other: 0 (3.6%)

√ John McCain-Tom Ridge: 272 (49.7%)
Al Gore-Joe Lieberman: 262 (49.3%)

√ Hillary Clinton-Mark Warner: 334 (51.7%)
John McCain-Mike Huckabee: 204 (47.2%)

√ Hillary Clinton-Mark Warner: 294 (50.6%)
Jeb Bush-John Thune: 244 (48.3%)

√ Jon Huntsman-Chris Sununu: 277 (49.4%)
Mark Warner-Bruce Braley: 261 (49.2%)
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« Reply #4566 on: May 15, 2015, 06:34:12 pm »
« Edited: May 15, 2015, 08:46:47 pm by Skill and Chance »

Election of 2064



Republican: President Louisa Harwell (Formerly TN-GOV)/Vice President Jack Martin (formerly WA-SEN) 214 EV 34.9%
Democratic: Alice Maxwell (VA-GOV)/Edwin Washington (IL-SEN) 199 EV 35.3%
Natural Law: Sara Maria Chama (NM-GOV)/Erik Andersson (ND-AL)  125 EV 28.2%

With the endorsement of Hispanic civil rights groups and high profile Mormons dissatisfied with President Harwell's tenure in addition to its base of environmental activists, the Natural Law movement, founded only a decade ago in drought-stricken parts of the rural Southwest, manages to deny either major party an electoral majority.

Resolution:



Alice Maxwell/Sara Maria Chama (D-NL) 324 EV
President Louisa Harwell/VP Jack Martin (R) 214 EV

After contentious negotiations between the Natural Law and Democratic electors, Alice Maxwell becomes the first Democratic president elected since 2044, but to accomplish this, she must install Sara Maria Chama as her vice president.

2068

In late 2067, President Maxwell's approval hovers just below 45%.  Both major parties fear a 2nd bid by Sara Chama as 2064 Natural Law voters appear evenly split on President Maxwell.  Ultimately, after months of secret negotiations, Chama agrees to seek reelection with President Maxwell and Natural Law agrees not to field a presidential candidate in exchange for passing a number of their policy priorities in the Democratic congress and the confirmation of Luisa Del Toro, a 9th Circuit judge sympathetic to Natural Law claims on land and water rights, to the Supreme Court.  What follows is another close election:


 
President Alice Maxwell/Vice President Sara Maria Chama 296 49.6%
Alex Jones (NC-GOV)/Lawrence Schwab (NY-SEN)  242 48.3%
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« Reply #4567 on: May 15, 2015, 09:27:09 pm »
« Edited: May 15, 2015, 09:32:15 pm by Skill and Chance »

2072

In 2069, President Maxwell nominates Sara Chama to the Supreme Court, following the retirement of one of the 8 Republican appointed justices.  With both parties fearing her presumed candidacy in 2072, she is quickly confirmed.  Conditions appear to stabilize in the Southwest under targeted infrastructure and aid programs, but population decline continues.  Chama dissents with Del Toro in a landmark 2070 case upholding a Louisiana public lands privatization law.  Their position is framed as a radical statement that individual land ownership is unconstitutional.  Republicans sweep to large congressional majorities in the midterm and redistricting results in over 240 congressional districts won by Jones/Schwab 2 years earlier.  Moderate Democrats panic and disavow Natural Law, splitting the left in a landslide that will shut Democrats out of the White House for another generation:



Fred Bartlett (PA-GOV)/Christopher Marcus (SC-SEN) 472 EV 53.5%
Travis Walsh (FL-SEN)/Annie Townsend (MD-GOV) 31 EV 34.7%
Carlos Del Rey (AZ-SEN)/Martin Rousseau (MT-GOV) 35 EV 11.2%
 
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« Reply #4568 on: May 16, 2015, 01:37:31 am »
« Edited: May 16, 2015, 08:09:55 pm by Skill and Chance »

2076

Amid the furor over D'Entremont v. Louisiana, the Republican-controlled congress considers impeachment of Justices Chama and Del Toro but ultimately decides instead to gradually expand the size of the Court to dilute their influence.  The 6 additional seats will be filled one at a time in each odd-numbered year, beginning in 2077 for reasons of propriety.  Congress also abruptly cuts aid and investment in the West back to below 2064 levels.  The resulting budget surplus makes President Bartlett very popular in the rest of the country, enabling his landslide reelection:



President Fred Bartlett/Vice President Christopher Marcus 447 EV 54.7%

Jason Matheson (UT-GOV)/Ana Puentes (KS-01) 54 EV 23.9%
Clarence Goodman (GA-SEN)/Rachel O'Donnell (MA-GOV) 37 EV 21.5%

The Republican Supreme Court plan backfires when Democrats, in coalition with Natural Law, retake the Senate in 2078, control which the left will hold continuously until 2106 due to its new-found domination of the smallest states.  Democrats and Natural Law meet and formally merge their presidential tickets from 2080 forward.  Statewide Natural Law officeholders slowly become or are replaced by Democrats over the next 12 years.

2080

VP Marcus announces a run for the open seat as expected.  Republicans are nervous about facing a united left, but as the first black Republican nominee, Marcus is able to rally support in historically unusual places for a moderate popular vote win in a strong economy.  The race is unnervingly close in the electoral college because the 2070 appointment obscures unprecedented mass migration out of the Southwest and Gulf states.  After this election, Democratic political infrastructure in the urban North, which was deeply uncomfortable with the merge with Natural Law, falls into terminal collapse outside of Chicago and Boston.



Vice President Christopher Marcus/Suzanne LoBiondo (NJ-SEN) 51.5% 282 EV
Ana Puentes (KS-GOV)/Andrew Landry (LA-GOV) 47.3% 256 EV
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« Reply #4569 on: May 16, 2015, 12:48:35 pm »



2016 Libertarian Primary-Gary Johnson vs Jesse Ventura
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« Reply #4570 on: May 16, 2015, 04:21:58 pm »

Republicans: 276 (50%)
Democrats: 262 (49%)
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« Reply #4571 on: May 16, 2015, 05:34:51 pm »
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2084

Succumbing to antiviral-resistant pneumonia in February of 2084 at the age of only 56, Charles Marcus becomes the first president since Franklin Roosevelt to die in office of natural causes.  President LoBiondo serves out his term and cruises to election in her own right 9 months later.  Reapportionment appears to crush Democratic House and Presidential hopes for another decade, but they retain the Senate 51/49, running just far enough ahead of their presidential ticket in the Plains:



President Suzanne LoBiondo/Vice President Mark Anderson (Formerly Speaker of the House, MO-02) 417 EV 58.2%
Everett Tell (TX-SEN)/Molly Madigan (IL-SEN) 141 EV 40.1%

2088

Having served less than 2 years prior to her first election, President LoBiondo seeks a full second term, which she wins easily.  But this was a decision she would later regret during the economic collapse of July, 2089.  Conditions deteriorate further in the Southwest and Florida.  The situation is largely ignored save for modest relief funding negotiated in the Senate during budget deals:



President Suzanne LoBiondo/Vice President Mark Anderson 350 EV 54.9%
Ellie Smith (VA-SEN)/Nick Sanchez (NE-SEN) 188 EV 44.1%
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« Reply #4572 on: May 17, 2015, 04:49:29 pm »

Barack Obama/Joe Biden: 402 (56.8%)
Michelle Bachmann/Mike Huckabee: 136 (42.1%)

Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine: 294 (50.9%)
Jeb Bush/Rand Paul: 244 (48.1%)

Brian Sandoval/John Kasich: 297 (51.1%)
Tim Kaine/Amy Klobuchar: 241 (46.9%)
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« Reply #4573 on: May 17, 2015, 05:05:54 pm »


Cheesy
Try to guess the significance of this map... note the differing percentages.

The largest states by area are the most Republican, and the smallest are the most Democratic.
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« Reply #4574 on: May 18, 2015, 07:45:18 pm »

√ Gerald Ford/Jack Kemp: 459 (57.3%)
Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale: 79 (42.2%)

√ Jack Kemp/George Bush: 535 (63.1%)
Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro: 3 (36.0%)

√ Jack Kemp/George Bush: 389 (54.4%)
Mario Cuomo/Al Gore: 149 (44.5%)
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