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« on: February 07, 2014, 06:01:59 pm »
« edited: February 08, 2014, 06:17:46 am by Guntaker »

1968


New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller/Michigan Senator George Romney 296 EV 38.2%

Texas Governor John Connally/Florida Senator George Smathers 113 EV 31.1%

Alabama Governor George C. Wallace/Georgia Governor Lester Maddox 89 EV 20%

Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy/New York Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm 40 EV 10%

1972



President Nelson Rockefeller/Vice President George Romney 415 EV 55%

New York Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm/Fmr. Alabama Governor George C. Wallace 123 EV 40%

1976


Maine Senator Ed Muskie/Oklahoma Senator Fred Harris 362 EV 51%%

Illinois Senator John Anderson/Maryland Senator Charles Mathias 22 EV 25%

Alabama Governor George C. Wallace/Fmr. Alaska Gov. Wally Hickel 154 EV 23.6%

1980


California Governor Jerry Brown/Michigan Mayor Coleman Young 322 EV 38%

Nevada Senator Paul Laxalt/Fmr. California Governor Ronald Reagen 209 EV 32%

Fmr. Connecticut Senator Lowell Weicker/Rhode Island Senator John Chaffee 7 EV 20%

New York Mayor Ed Koch/Texas Congressman Ron Paul 0 EV 8%

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« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2014, 06:18:56 am »

Shirley Chisholm was from New York Smiley
And a Chisholm/Wallace ticket sure would have been groundbreaking.
Oh, it seems you 're right, I swear I read something that stated that she was from NJ, and the '72 ticket comes out of a brokered convention 5 ballots in.
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« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2014, 11:06:58 am »

1984


President Jerry Brown/Vice-President Coleman Young 265 EV 37%

Nevada Governor Paul Laxalt/Georgia Senator Mack Mattingly 269 EV 40%

Faithless Electors from Vermont 3 EV

Vermont Rep. Jim Jeffords/Maine Senator William Cohen 1 EV 16%

Texas Congressman Ron Paul/Maryland Activist Nancy Lord 0 EV 5%


1988


New York Rep. Jack Kemp/Fmr. Secretary of State Jeane Kirkpatrick 364 EV 49%

Fmr. President Edmund Muskie/New York Governor Shirley Chisholm 174 EV 42% (I like both Chisholm and Muskie so this saddenned me a bit)


1992

President Jeane Kirkpatrick/North Carolina Sentor Harvey Gantt (BiPartisan Choice) 538 EV 99.6%

KKK Grand Wizard David Duke/KKK Member Don Black 0.4%


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« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2014, 12:16:22 pm »

1996


Missouri Senator Richard Gephardt/Vice President Harvey Gantt 378 52.3%

Indiana Rep. Dan Quayle/New Jersey Mayor Steve Forbes 160 45%

2000


Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter/Alaska Senator Mike Gravel 322 47%

South Carolina Governor Lindsey Graham/North Carolina Rep. Mike McIntyre 216 44%

Economist Pat Choate/California Activist Steve Kubby 7%

2004


President Arlen Specter/Vice President Mike Gravel 260 EV 47%

Alaska Governor Frank Murkowski/Former Secretary of Defense Tommy Franks 278 EV 49%

2008


Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold/Illinois Governor Hillary Rodham 350 EV 40%

President Frank Murkowski/Vice President Tommy Franks 187 EV 37%

New York Governor Michael Bloomberg/Secretary of State Chuck Hagel  1 EV 20%
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« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2014, 01:17:03 pm »

Walker/Bush: 272 (49.51%)
Clinton/Warner: 266 (48.97%)

.......How does this happen?
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« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2014, 04:34:05 pm »

How does that non issue that's been dead from months manage to get Scott Walker of all people to win over someone who's polling well over every single candidate?
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« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2014, 04:47:52 pm »

Guntaker, you do know that we will be in a new political climate in two Years?
I do know that, it's just that I cannot see Clinton losing to anyone, bar her eating a baby live on TV.
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« Reply #7 on: February 27, 2014, 03:56:54 pm »

2000


VP Al Gore/Secretary of HUD Andrew Cuomo: 273 EV, 43%

Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson/Former Secretary of Labor Elizabeth Dole: 265 EV, 41%

Billionaire Donald Trump/Former Minnesota Governor Tim Penny: 10%

Minnesota Activist Winona LaDuke/Texas Activist David Cobb:3.2%


2002 Senate:


Democrats (Led By Tom Daschle):52 Seats(+2), 48%

Republicans(Led by Trent Lott):48 Seats(-2), 48%

Key Races:

GA:Max Cleland def. Saxby Chambliss, 50% to 48%

MN:Paul Wellstone def. Norm Coleman 54% to 44%

LA:Suzanne Terrell def. Mary Landreiu, 51% to 47%

CO:Tom Strickland def. Wayne Allard and Ken Buck, 48% to 40% to 10%

NH:Jeanne Shaheen def. Bob Smith, 50% to 47%

MO:Jean Carnahan def. Jim Talent, 49% to 48%

NC:Erskine Bowles def. Elizabeth Dole, 49% to 49%




2002 House:
Democrats(Led by Dick Gephardt):216 Seats(+4), 47%

Republicans(Led by Dennis Hastert:217 Seats(-4), 49%

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« Reply #8 on: February 28, 2014, 02:24:01 pm »

2004


New York Mayor Rudy Giluani/Nevada Senator John Ensign:280 EV, 50.2%
President Al Gore/Vice President Andrew Cuomo:258 EV, 47.9%


2004 Senate

Democrats (Led By Tom Daschle):54 Seats(+2), 46%*

Republicans(Led by John McCain):46 Seats(-2), 43%*

Independents:3 Seats(+2), 13%

*2 Independents caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Specter)

*1 Independent caucusing with the Republicans (Murkowski)

Key Races:

AK:Lisa Murkowski def. Tony Knowles and Sarah Palin, 40% to 30% to 29%

PA:Arlen Specter def. Pat Toomey and John Hanger, 49% to 30% to 20%

KY:Paul Patton def. Jim Bunning, 52% to 47%

NC:Elizabeth Dole def. John Edwards, 48% to 48%

SC:Fritz Hollings def. Jim DeMint, 49% to 49%

FL:Betty Castor def. Mel Martinez, 51% to 48%

SD:Tom Daschle def. John Thune, 50% to 48%


2004 House
Democrats(Led by Dick Gephardt):209(-6), 46%

Republicans(Led by Dennis Hastert):223(+6), 50%


2004 Gubernatorial


Democrats:23 Governorships (+1)
Republicans:27 Governorships (-1)

Key Races:

WA:Dino Rossi def. Gary Locke, 50% to 48%

MO:Claire McCaskill def. Matt Blunt, 51% to 47%

IN:Joe Kernan def. Mitch Daniels, 49% to 47%

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« Reply #9 on: March 12, 2014, 03:41:40 pm »

2006 Senate

Democrats(Led by Tom Daschle):60 Seats (+6), 52%*
Reublicans(Led by John McCain):37 Seats (-6), 42%**


*2 Independents Caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Specter)

**1 Independents Caucusing with the Republicans (Murkowski)

Key Races:

AZ:Janet Napolitano def. John Kyl and Richard Mack, 46% to 46% to 6%
CT:Ned Lamont def. Joe Lieberman and Alan Schlesinger, 50% to 42% to 7%
MO:Mel Carnahan def. Roy Blunt, 49% to 47%
MT:Brian Schweitzer def. Conrad Burns, 50% to 48%
OH:Sherrod Brown def. Mike DeWine, 56% to 40%
PA:Bob Casey def. Pat Toomey, 62% def. 37%
RI:Sheldon Whitehouse def. Steve Laffey, 52% to 40%
TN:Harold Ford def. Van Hilleary, 49% to 48%

VA:George Allen def. Harris Miller, 50% to 46%


2006 House
Democrats (Led by Steny Hoyer):236(+27), 53%

Republicans (Led by Dennis Hastert):196(-27), 46%


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« Reply #10 on: March 15, 2014, 09:05:56 am »
« Edited: March 19, 2014, 04:37:20 pm by Guntaker »

2008 Democratic Primary Map


Gov. Mike Easley 33.3%
Sen. Paul Wellstone 29.1%
Sen. Tom Daschle 16%
Sen. Evan Bayh 10.1%
Fmr. Sen. Joe Lieberman 6.1%
Rep. Xavier Becerra 4.6%
Other 0.8%

2008 Republican Primary Map

Pres. Rudy Giluani 35%
Sen. George Allen 25%
Gov. Mike Huckabee 18%
Gov. Sam Brownback 13%
Fmr. Secretary Tommy Thompson 8%
Other 1%

2008 Presidential Election


Gov. Mike Easley(D,NC)/Sen. Ron Wyden(D,OR):389 EV, 54%

Pres. Rudy Giluani(R,NY)/VP. John Ensign(R,NV):149, 44%



2008 Senate Election

Democrats (Led by Tom Daschle):64 Seats(+4)*
Republicans (Led by John McCain**):36 Seats(-4)***

*2 Independents Caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Specter)

**Was voted out as Minority Leader and replaced with Suzanne Terrell.

***1 Independent Caucusing with the Republicans(Murkowski)

Key Races:

AK:Mark Begich def. Ted Stevens, 52% to 42%
CO:Tom Strickland def. Ken Buck, 50% to 47%
GE:Max Cleland def. Saxby Chambliss, 54% to 42%
KY:Steve Beshear def. Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, 52% to 43% to 10%
LA:Suzanne Terrell def. Kathleen Blanco, 51% to 47%
MN:Paul Wellstone def. Tim Pawlenty, 56% to 40%
NC:Erskine Bowles def. Virginia Foxx, 52% to 46%

OR:Gordon Smith def. Jeff Merkley, 49% to 48%
VA:Tim Kaine def. Jim Gilmore, 50% to 40%


2008 House
Democrats(Led by Steny Hoyer):265(+29), 50%
Republicans(Led by Mark Kirk):167(-29), 40%


2008 Gubernatorial
Democrats(Led by Joe Kernan):29(-)
Republicans(Led by Dino Rossi)21(-)
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Key Races

IN:Joe Kernan def. Mike Pence, 49% to 45%
MO:Claire McCaskill def. Roy Blunt, 50% to 45%

WA:Dino Rossi def. Christine Gregoire, 50% to 48%

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« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2014, 05:28:54 pm »
« Edited: March 20, 2014, 01:11:48 pm by Guntaker »

2010 Senate


Democrats (Led by Tom Daschle):52 Seats(-12), 43%*
Republicans (Led by Suzanne Terrell):48(+12), 52%

*2 Independents caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Sanders)

Key Races:

AK:Sarah Palin* def. Ethan Berkowitz, 50% to 46%
AZ:J.D Hayworth* def. Cathy Eden, 49% to 47%
AR:Jim Holt def. Bill Halter*, 59% to 44%
CA:Chuck Devore def. Barbera Boxer, 49% to 49%
CO:Ken Buck def. Ken Salazar, 52% to 46%
CT:Rob Simmons def. Chris Dodd, 48% to 47%
FL:Allen West def. Kendrick Meek, 49% to 48%
GA:Paul Broun* def. RJ Hadley, 50% to 39%

IL:Barack Obama def. Randy Hultgren, 69% to 30%
IN:Evan Bayh def. Richard Mourdock, 50% to 43%

KY:Tray Grayson def. Jack Conway, 49% to 45%
MO:Todd Akin def. Robin Carnahan, 49% to 49%
NV:Sharron Angle def. Harry Reid, 49% to 48%
NH:Ovide Lamontagne def. Paul Hodes, 56% to 39%
NC:Elizabeth Dole def. Cal Cunningham, 57% to 40%
ND:Duane Sand def. Tracy Potter, 65% to 33%
OH:John Kasich def. Lee Fischer, 57% to 42%

OR:Jeff Merkley** def. Thomas Stutzman, 59% to 40%
PA:Mike Kelly def. Arlen Specter, 52% to 44%
SC:Nikki Haley def. Vic Rawl, 60% to 39%
SD:Tom Daschle def. John Thune, 50% to 48%
UT:Jon Huntsman* def. Sam Granato, 65% to 32%
WA:Dino Rossi def. Patty Murray, 52% to 46%

WV:Carte Goodwin def. John Raese, 54% to 44%
WI:Russ Feingold def. Reid Ribble, 51% to  48%


2010 House Elections
Republicans (Led by Mark Kirk):242(+75), 55%
Democrats (Led by Steny Hoyer): 190(-75), 44%


2010 Gubernatorial Elections
Republicans(Led by Bobby Jindal):32(+11)
Democrats(Led by Mike Beebe):17(-12)


*Primaried Incumbent

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« Reply #12 on: March 20, 2014, 04:08:17 pm »

2012 Republican Primary Map:


Sen. Rossi:30%
Sen. Hutchinson:20%
Fmr. Gov. Pataki:19%
Gov. Jindal:10%
Rep. Pence:13%
Gov. Palin:7%

2012 Democratic Primary Map


Pres. Easley:76%
Sen. Begich:23%

2012 Presidential Election


Sen. Dino Rossi (R,WA)/Gov. Rob Portman (R,OH):270 EV, 46.9%
Pres. Mike Easley (D,NC)/VP Ron Wyden (D,OR):268 EV, 46.2%
Fmr. Gov. Gary Johnson (L,NM)/Activist Jonathen Dine (L,MO): 0 EV, 6.1%


2012 Senate Elections

Democrats (Led by Tom Daschle):49 Seats (-3), 47%
Republicans (Led by Suzanne Terrell):51 Seats (+3), 49%

Key Races:

AZ:Janet Napolitano def. Jan Brewer, 50% to 45%
CT:Ned Lamont def. Chris Shays, 57% to 42%

FL:Connie Mack IV def. Bill Nelson, 48% to 48%
IN:Richard Mourdock* def. Joe Donnelly, 49% to 47%
ME:Olympia Snowe def. Paul LePage, 60% to 38%
MA:Joe P. Kennedy III def. Scott Brown, 56% to 43%

MI:John Engler def. Debbie Stabenow, 51% to 47%
MO:Claire McCaskill* def.  Sam Graves, 48% to 48%
MT:Brian Schweitzer def. Steve Daines, 50% to 42%
NB:Bob Kerrey def. Adrian Smith, 49% to 47%

NV:Brian Sandoval def. Rory Reid, 50% to 46%
NM:Heather Wilson def. Diane Denish*, 52% to 47%

ND:Pam Gulleson def. Gary Emineth, 50% to 49%
NY:Hillary Clinton def. Rick Lazio, 68% to 31%
TN:Harold Ford def. Diane Black, 55% to 43%

TX:Kay Bailey Hutchinson def. Paul Sadler, 60% to 39%
UT:Jason Chaffetz* def. Scott Matheson,  61% to 38%

VA:Mark Warner def. George Allen, 54% to 45%
WV:Carte Goodwin def. David McKinley, 54% to 54%

WI:Reid Ribble def. Peter Barca, 48% to 46%

2012 House Elections
Republicans (Led by Mark Kirk):222(-20), 49%
Democrats (Led by Tammy Baldwin):213(+23), 47%

2012 Gubernatorial Elections

Republicans (Led by Bobby Jindal):29(-3)
Democrats (Led by Jon Tester)20(+3)

Key Races:

MT:Jon Tester def. Danny Rehberg, 55% to 44%
NH:Maggie Hassan def. Kelly Ayotte, 50% to 45%
NC:Bev Perdue def. Pat McCrory, 52% to 47%
WA:Gary Locke def. Kirby Wilbur, 56% to 43%
WI:Ron Kind def. Scott Walker, 48% to 47%


*:Primaried an Incumbent

? ? ? ? ? ?:Incumbent.
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« Reply #13 on: March 21, 2014, 02:11:20 pm »

2014 Senate

Democrats (Led by Tom Daschle):54 Seats(+5), 49%*
Republicans (Led by Suzanne Terrell**):46 Seats (-5), 47%

*2 Independents Caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone+Sanders)

**Voted out in Louisiana, Republicans replaced her with Kay Bailey Hutchinson

Key Races:

AK:Mark Begich def. Joe Miller, 58% to 40%
AR:Bill Halter* def. Asa Hutchinson, 49% to 47%
CO:John Hickenlooper* def. Tom Tancredo and Cory Gardner, 50% to 35% to 14%
DE:Joe Biden def. Christine O' Donnell, 70% to 29%
GA:Max Cleland def. Paul Broun, 59% to 41%
HW (Special)SadBrian Schatz def. Linda Lingle, 56% to 39%
KY:Steve Beshear def. Matt Bevin, 49% to 46%
LA:Mary Landrieu def. Suzanne Terrell, 54% to 44%
ME:Susan Collins def. Paul LePage, 71% to 28%
MI:Carl Levin def. Pete Hoeskra, 59% to 40%
MN:Paul Wellstone (Ran Unopposed), 100%
MS:Ronnie Musgrove def. Chris McDaniels*, 47% to 47%
MT:Max Baucus def. Steve Daines, 54% to 45%
NB:Kim Robak def. Pete Rickets, 49% to 49%
NH:Jeanne Shaheen def. Charlie Bass, 50% to 46%
NJ:Cory Booker def. Chris Christie, 51% to 46%
NC (Special)SadBrad Miller def. Greg Brannon, 56% to 40%
OR:Ron Wyden def. David Brownlow*, 60% to 35%
SD:Tim Johnson def. Kirsti Noem, 49% to 49%

TN:Marsha Blackburn* def. Larry Crim, 50% to 42%
TX:Wendy Davis def. Steve Stockman*, 48% to 48%
VA:Tim Kaine def. Ken Cuccinelli, 57% to 41%
WV: Jay Rockefeller def. Bill Maloney, 54% to 45%


*Primaried Incumbent

Ex. Jon Brunning:Incumbent

2014 House
Democrats (Led by Tammy Baldwin):243(+30), 52%
Republicans (Led by Mark Kirk*):192(-30), 45%

*Voted out as Minority Leader and replaced with Diane Black

2014 Gubernatorial

Democrats (Led by Jon Tester):30(+10)
Republicans (Led by Butch Otter):19(-10)
Independents (Led by Elliot Cutler):1(+1)
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« Reply #14 on: March 26, 2014, 02:39:44 pm »

And we finally conclude. Smiley

2016 Democratic Primary Map


Sen. Tim Kaine : 45%
Gov. Ted Strickland : 30%
Gov. Jerry Brown: 15%
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius : 9%
Other : 1%

2016 Presidential Election


Sen. Tim Kaine(D,VA)/Sen. Sherrod Brown (D,OH): 339 EV, 52%
Pres. Dino Rossi(R,WA)/VP Rob Portman (R,OH):199 EV, 42%

2016 Senate

Democrats (Led by Barack Obama):62 Seats(+8), 55%*
Republicans (Led by Kay Bailey Hutchinson): 38 Seats, 44%

*2 Independents caucusing with the Democrats (Wellstone and Sanders)

2016 House Elections
Democrats (Led by Alex Sink*):247 Seats (+3), 49%
Republicans (Led by Diane Black):189 Seats (-3), 46%

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« Reply #15 on: April 03, 2014, 01:46:50 pm »

1996
After being found out in a number of sex scandals, President Clinton was cornered into resignation by Congress, leaving VP Bob Kerrey to run against Senator Carroll Campbell, many found Kerrey too Liberal , and Campbell too Conservative, but found the Centrist Perot just right, and in the VP Debates, King came out on top over Governor Feinstein and Senator Sessions, America looked towards a third choice

Businessman Ross Perot/Governor Angus King:271 EV, 33.5%
President Bob Kerrey/Governor Dianne Feinstein:203 EV, 32.1%
Governor Carroll Campbell/Senator Jeff Sessions:64 EV, 26%
Activist Ralph Nader/Activist Winona LaDuke:0 EV, 6.3%
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« Reply #16 on: April 07, 2014, 03:02:09 pm »

2000

President Perot has a mildly successful Presidency, allowing the Reformites to gain around 5 Seats in the Senate, and 10 in the House, and after a bunch of Popular Tax Cut and Gun Control legislation, leaves a popular President, though he declines to run for re election, the Reformites drift to the right during the Primaries, mostly due to disgraced Republicans switching, though Dean manages to snatch the nomination out of Governor Susan Collin's hands, and the Republicans quickly become irrelavent, though their numbers in Alabama and Mississippi boost due to far more Conservative activists voting for Buchannan.


Sen. Max Cleland/Sen. Joe Biden:352 EV, 40%
Gov. Howard Dean/Gov. Frank Murkowski:102 EV, 32%
Columnist Pat Buchannan/Businessman Herman Cain:84 EV, 26%
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« Reply #17 on: April 11, 2014, 02:55:32 pm »

2004

After a series of Economic reforms, including a Outsource Business Tax, and a repeal of Fmr. President Clinton's Free Trade of North America Act (FTNAA), Cleland's popularity skyrocketed, even more so after the Society department was created, fully supported by the Democratic Congress, though on September 21st 2003, a bombing by Terrorist Timothy McVeigh on the capitol caused the death of both Cleland, Biden and Gephardt, leaving Senate Majority Leader Oliver North (Republicans elected him Minority leader afterLott's retirement, and they took the Senate narrowly in '02) President, he intended to run for re election, though he was immensely unpopular, and his Veep Linda Lingle barely got through, only due to a deal with the Reformites (Who had 10 Seats in Congress), clearly, in 2004, it was for the Democrats to lose.



Fmr. California Governor Dianne Feinstein/Texas Senator Ron Kirk:341 EV, 40%
President Oliver North/VP Linda Lingle:107 EV, 30%
Arizona Senator John McCain/Massachusetts Rep. Mitt Romney:90 EV, 29.3%
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« Reply #18 on: April 14, 2014, 11:12:40 am »

2012:


New Jersey Governor Chris Christie/Arizona Senator John Kyl:282 EV, 47.91%
President Barack Obama/VP Joe Biden:256 EV, 47.26%

2016:
-President Christie is shot in mid 2013, VP Kyl takes over, though many doubt his ability after passing dangerous welfare cuts, getting the US into both Crimea and Syria, with open conflict with Iran erupting in January 2015, allowing for a Primary challenge from Senator Jim DeMint, who primaries the President due to dissatisfaction from the establishment, and due to Tea Partiers being emboldened.


Arizona Senator Gabrielle Giffords/Alaska Senator Mark Begich:368 EV,  40.35%
South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint/Texas Governor Ted Cruz:117 EV, 35.72%
Indiana Senator Dan Coats/North Dakota Senator John Hoeven:53 EV, 21.67%

2020:


California Governor Kevin McCarthy/New Hampshire Governor Kelly Ayotte:301 EV, 50.45%
President Gabrielle Giffords/VP Mark Begich:237 EV, 47.10%
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« Reply #19 on: April 15, 2014, 10:47:16 am »

2004:


Indiana Senator Evan Bayh/Washington Governor Gary Locke:303 EV, 48.18%
President George W. Bush/Colorado Governor Bill Owens:235 EV, 45.45%

2008


Kansas Senator Sam Brownback/Wisconsin Governor Mark Green:348 EV, 44.12%
President Evan Bayh/VP Gary Locke:190 EV, 39.70%
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg/General Anthony Zinni:0 EV, 17.01%
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« Reply #20 on: April 16, 2014, 08:56:51 am »

1988


New York Governor Mario Cuomo/Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt:380 EV, 47.10%
VP George H.W Bush/Indiana Senator Danforth Quayle:258 EV, 45.10%
Texas Activist Ron Paul/Alaska Activist Andre Marrou:0 EV, 6.02%

1992


Michigan Governor John Engler/North Carolina Senator Elizabeth Dole:324 EV, 49.04%
President Mario Cuomo/VP Dick Gephardt:214 EV, 45.43%
Texas Rep. Ron Paul/Nebraska Activist Nancy Lord:0 EV, 5.20%

1996:


Indiana Senator Evan Bayh/West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller:349 EV, 38.91%
President John Engler/VP Elizabeth Dole:185 EV, 34.11%
Maine Senator Angus King/Minnesota Rep. Tim Penny:3 EV, 22.10%
Texas Rep. Ron Paul/Alaska State Senator Andre Marrou:0 EV, 6%

2000


President Evan Bayh/VP Jay Rockefeller:406 EV, 36%
Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum/Georgia Rep. Sonny Perdue:89 EV, 25%
Maine Governor Susan Collins/Minnesota Senator Dean Barkley:40 EV, 24.1%
Texas Governor Ron Paul/New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson:3 EV, 13.5%

2004


Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson/New York Rep. Peter King:234 EV, 30%
Minnesota Senator Paul Wellstone/Sec. Defence Sam Nunn:264 EV, 31.3%
Maine Rep. Elliot Cutler/Montana Senator Brian Schweitzer:35 EV, 20.1%
New Mexico Senator Gary Johnson/Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura:7 EV, 15.01%
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« Reply #21 on: April 18, 2014, 08:10:48 am »

The Rise and Fall of the DLC

1980


President Jimmy Carter/Vice President Walter Mondale:294 EV, 45.10%
Fmr. California Governor Ronald Reagen/CIA Director George H.W Bush:244 EV, 44.20%
Illinois Rep. John Anderson/Wisconsin Senator Patrick Lucey:0 EV, 7.54%

1984


Virginia Governor Chuck Robb/Arizona Governor Bruce Babbit:273 EV, 49.88%
New York Senator Al D'Amato/Washington Governor John D. Spellman:265 EV, 49.01%

1988


Illinois Governor Donald Rumsfeld/Fmr. Nevada Senator Paul Laxalt:426 EV, 55.16%
President Chuck Robb/VP Bruce Babbit:112 EV, 40.10%

1992:


California Senator Jerry Brown/Indiana Senator Birch Bayh:371 EV, 50.03%
President Donald Rumsfeld/VP Paul Laxalt:167 EV, 43.99%
Tevangelist Pat Robertson/Tevangelist Jerry Falwell:0 EV, 4.20%

1996:


President Jerry Brown/VP Birch Bayh:340 EV, 47.01%
Arizona Governor Evan Mecham/Florida Governor Jeb Bush:198 EV, 44.10%
Tevangelist Pat Robertson/Tevangelist Billy Graham:0 EV, 6.2%

2000:


New York Mayor Rudy Giluani/South Dakota Senator Larry Pressler:329 EV, 47.10%
Montana Senator Max Baucus/Nevada Senator Harry Reid:209 EV, 43.20%
Tevangelist Billy Graham/Tevangelist Pat Robertson:0 EV, 7.1%
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« Reply #22 on: April 19, 2014, 09:44:43 am »

Oasis:

1960:


Abraham Lincoln/Hannibal Hamlin:146 EV, 33.9% (Republican)
John C. Breckinridge/Joseph Lane:127 EV, 33.01% (Southern Democrat)
Stephen Douglas/Hershel Johnson:30 EV, 33% (Northern Democrat)

-Congress elected Breckinridge to the enragement of many abolitionists, sparking a Civil War, with the entire Northeast region seceding, founding the "Free States of America"
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« Reply #23 on: April 22, 2014, 11:25:34 am »
« Edited: April 23, 2014, 05:15:10 am by Ross Perot »

California Senate 2006 with President Dean:



Businesswoman Meg Whitman (R): 49.21%
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D): 47.10%

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« Reply #24 on: April 23, 2014, 05:52:18 am »

Oops, changed it for Whitman to win bigger.

Kentucky Gubernatorial 2011


Secretary of State Trey Grayson/Former Superintendant John Stephenson (R): 44.41%
Governor Steve Beshear/Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson (D): 44.01%
Author Jerry Abramson/Varied in many Counties (I): 9.10%
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