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  Four More Years - a 2016 Election Timeline (search mode)
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Question: Who should Obama choose as his Running Mate?
#1
Tim Kaine
#2
Julian Castro
#3
Tom Vilsack
#4
Amy Klobucher
#5
Kirsten Gillibrand
#6
Al Franken
#7
Jeff Merkley
#8
John Hickenlooper
#9
Martin Heinrich
#10
WHO SHOULD TRUMP CHOOSE?
#11
Newt Gingrich
#12
Ben Carson
#13
Chris Christie
#14
Mary Fallin
#15
Scott Brown
#16
Marsha Blackburn
#17
Mike Flynn
#18
Jeff Sessions
#19
Jim Webb
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Author Topic: Four More Years - a 2016 Election Timeline  (Read 40505 times)
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« on: November 12, 2017, 09:51:14 am »

Wow, I didn't know that good timelines were still produced! The real mystery, I suppose, is if Bush himself is short-sighted enough to seek a third term in 2008, and if so, whether the GOP is even willing to accept it.

I imagine Hillary's alleged electability was harmed, regardless of whether or not she ran against an incumbent President, owing to the fact that the most recent general election featuring the Clintons was a loss.
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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2017, 11:38:25 am »

So the 2008 GOP primaries go the same as real life?
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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2018, 10:03:28 am »

I’m not super familiar with this timeline, so forgive me if this has been explained, but what causes Obama’s to be a weaker nominee than Hillary in real life, and Huntsman to conversely be so strong?
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« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2018, 11:19:45 am »

By “weaker”, I mean the fact that he’s at 30-something percent in Virginia—Huntsman is apparently able to draw votes from the Democrats.
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