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Question: Who do you think will win the 2020 GOP Nomination?
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Governor Mike Pence
 
#2
Governor John Kasich
 
#3
Businessman Donald Trump
 
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Total Voters: 5

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« Reply #25 on: September 16, 2019, 11:06:08 am »

11PM Poll Closings
Hawaii (4 electoral votes)
Clinton: 461,472 (69.8%) ✓
Pence: 199,364 (30.2%)

California (55 electoral votes)
Clinton: 10,251,360 (64.8%) ✓
Pence: 5,565,024 (35.2%)

Washington (12 electoral votes)
Clinton: 1,857,102 (58%) ✓
Pence: 1,344,798 (42%)

Alaska (3 electoral votes)
Pence: 202,264 (59.5%) ✓
Clinton: 137,812 (40.5%)

Election Results:
Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine: 73,814,150 (50.7%) (269 electoral votes)
Mike Pence/Ted Cruz: 71,696,841 (49.3%) (269 electoral votes)

The election will head to the House and the Senate!
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« Reply #26 on: September 16, 2019, 12:27:51 pm »

House of Representatives Vote:
Alabama: Pence 6-1
Alaska: Pence 1-0
Arizona: Clinton 5-4
Arkansas: Pence 4-0
California: Clinton 46-7
Colorado: Clinton 4-3
Connecticut: Clinton 5-0
Delaware: Clinton 1-0

Florida: Pence 14-13
Georgia: Pence 8-6

Hawaii: Clinton 2-0
Idaho: Pence 2-0
Illinois: Clinton 13-5
Indiana: Pence 7-2
Iowa: Clinton 3-1
Kansas: Pence 3-1
Kentucky: Pence 5-1
Louisiana: Pence 5-1

Maine: Clinton 2-0
Maryland: Clinton 7-1
Massachusetts: Clinton 9-0

Michigan: Tie 7-7
Minnesota: Clinton 5-3
Mississippi: Pence 3-1
Missouri: Pence 6-2
Montana: Pence 1-0
Nebraska: Pence 3-0

Nevada: Clinton 3-1
New Hampshire: Clinton 2-0
New Jersey: Clinton 11-1
New Mexico: Clinton 2-1
New York: Clinton 21-6

North Carolina: Pence 10-3
North Dakota: Pence 1-0
Ohio: Pence 12-4
Oklahoma: Pence 5-0

Oregon: Clinton 4-1
Pennsylvania: Clinton 11-7
Rhode Island: Clinton 2-0

South Carolina: Pence 6-1
South Dakota: Pence 1-0
Tennessee: Pence 7-2
Texas: Pence 21-15
Utah: Pence 3-1

Vermont: Clinton 1-0
Virginia: Clinton 7-4
Washington: Clinton 7-3

West Virginia: Pence 3-0
Wisconsin: Pence 5-3
Wyoming: Pence 1-0


House of Representatives Vote Results:
Mike Pence: 26 (52%) ✓
Hillary Clinton: 23 (46%)
Abstaining: 1 (2%)

Senate Vote:
Ted Cruz: 52 (52%) ✓
Tim Kaine: 48 (48%)

BREAKING NEWS:
PENCE ELECTED PRESIDENT: Mike Pence has been elected the 46th President of the United States by the House of Representatives, defeating incumbent President Hillary Clinton. Ted Cruz was also elected the 49th Vice President of the United States by the Senate, defeating incumbent Vice President Tim Kaine.
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« Reply #27 on: September 16, 2019, 12:50:25 pm »

List of Presidents:
George Washington: 1789-1797
John Adams: 1797-1801
Thomas Jefferson: 1801-1809
James Madison: 1809-1817
James Monroe: 1817-1825
John Q. Adams: 1825-1829
Andrew Jackson: 1829-1837
Martin Van Buren: 1837-1841
William H. Harrison: 1841
John Tyler: 1841-1845
James K. Polk: 1845-1849
Zachary Taylor: 1849-1850
Millard Fillmore: 1850-1853
Franklin Pierce: 1853-1857
James Buchanan: 1857-1861
Abraham Lincoln: 1861-1865
Andrew Johnson: 1865-1869
Ulysses S. Grant: 1869-1877
Rutherford B. Hayes: 1877-1881
James A. Garfield: 1881
Chester A. Arthur: 1881-1885
Grover Cleveland: 1885-1889; 1893-1897
Benjamin Harrison: 1889-1893
William McKinley: 1897-1901
Theodore Roosevelt: 1901-1909
William H. Taft: 1909-1913
Woodrow Wilson: 1913-1921
Warren G. Harding: 1921-1923
Calvin Coolidge: 1923-1929
Herbert C. Hoover: 1929-1933
Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1945
Harry S. Truman: 1945-1953
Dwight D. Eisenhower: 1953-1961
John F. Kennedy: 1961-1963
Lyndon B. Johnson: 1963-1969
Richard M. Nixon: 1969-1974
Gerald R. Ford: 1974-1977
James E. Carter: 1977-1981
Ronald W. Reagan: 1981-1989
George H. W. Bush: 1989-1993
William J. Clinton: 1993-2001
George W. Bush: 2001-2009
Barack H. Obama: 2009-2017
Hillary R. Clinton: 2017-2021
Michael R. Pence: 2021-2029
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« Reply #28 on: September 16, 2019, 12:51:57 pm »

Any feedback on the timeline?
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« Reply #29 on: September 17, 2019, 09:53:14 pm »

I think what could have been a interesting idea was have Trump run third party in 2020, maybe pick up a few states, and the house election would have been decided between three candidates, or have Pence get elected outright by Trump attracting both sides relatively equally instead of just one or the other, but maybe a slightly larger portion from Hillary by people who were thinking "We made a mistake voting for her the first time, we now think you were the better choice after all, and this is our chance to do things right".
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« Reply #30 on: September 17, 2019, 10:19:15 pm »

I think what could have been a interesting idea was have Trump run third party in 2020, maybe pick up a few states, and the house election would have been decided between three candidates, or have Pence get elected outright by Trump attracting both sides relatively equally instead of just one or the other, but maybe a slightly larger portion from Hillary by people who were thinking "We made a mistake voting for her the first time, we now think you were the better choice after all, and this is our chance to do things right".

That would’ve been interesting. I may do something like that in the future. Right now, I’m working on a 2016 timeline with Mitt Romney as the incumbent President.
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