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« on: September 10, 2019, 02:10:43 am »

In 2016, Hillary Clinton defeated Donald Trump to become the 45th President of the United States. On April 18, 2019, President Clinton announced that she will run for re-election. Can she win a second term in 2020?

Democratic Candidates:
(I) President Hillary Clinton (NY)
Favorability in the party: 68.5%

Republican Candidates:
Businessman Donald Trump (NY) - announced January 27, 2019 in NYC
Senator Marco Rubio (FL) - announced February 16, 2019 in Jacksonville
Senator Ted Cruz (TX) - announced March 12, 2019 in Houston
Senator Rand Paul (KY) - announced April 29, 2019 in Louisville
Governor John Kasich (OH) - announced May 3, 2019 in Columbus
Governor Larry Hogan (MD) - announced June 25, 2019 in Baltimore
Senator Jeff Flake (AZ) - announced July 22, 2019 in Phoenix
Senator Mitt Romney (UT) - announced August 15, 2019 in Salt Lake City
Ambassador Jon Huntsman, Jr. (UT) - announced September 1, 2019 in West Valley City
Senator Tom Cotton (AR) - announced October 5, 2019 in Little Rock
Governor Mike Pence (IN) - announced November 16, 2019 in Indianapolis

First Republican Poll:
Trump: 40% (+33)
Romney: 7%
Kasich: 5%
Cruz: 5%
Pence: 4%
Flake: 2%
Rubio: 1%
Hogan: 1%
Paul: 1%
Cotton: 0%
Huntsman: 0%

National Poll:
Republicans: 47.4% (+0.1)
Hillary Clinton: 47.3%

December 2019 Power Ranking Poll (Who had the best month?)
Trump: 28%
Romney: 11%
Cruz: 9%
Huntsman: 9%
Rubio: 8%
Hogan: 8%
Kasich: 7%
Pence: 6%
Cotton: 6%
Flake: 5%
Paul: 3%

"And we can project that the winner of the Iowa Caucus will be..." Stay tuned!
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« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2019, 03:19:24 am »

Trump cheated out of the GOP primaries, runs as Indy and splits the GOP vote. I could see this happening
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« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2019, 03:20:03 am »

Oh boy Trump might actually get a second chance, and if polls stay the same here through the entire election season -I know it won't but for now, I'm going to pretend-, he will actually get the popular vote
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« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2019, 12:06:19 pm »

Iowa Caucus (30 delegates)
John Kasich: 18.9% (6 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 15% (4 delegates)
Mike Pence: 14.2% (4 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 11.8% (4 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 9.4% (3 delegates)
Jeff Flake: 8% (2 delegates)
Marco Rubio: 7.4% (2 delegates)
Larry Hogan: 5.9% (2 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 5.3% (2 delegates)
Rand Paul: 2.4% (1 delegate)
Tom Cotton: 1.8%

BREAKING NEWS
HOGAN OUT: Governor Larry Hogan has announced he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 8th place in Iowa with 6% of the vote. Hogan is considering endorsing Mr. Trump.

RUBIO WITHDRAWS: Senator Marco Rubio has also announced he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 7th place in Iowa with 7% of the vote. Rubio is considering endorsing Senator Paul.

New Hampshire Primary (23 delegates)
Mike Pence: 35.3% (12 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 12.2% (4 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 11.5% (4 delegates)
Donald Trump: 10.5% (3 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 9.8%
Jeff Flake: 9.4%
Ted Cruz: 6.6%
Rand Paul: 4.5%
Tom Cotton: 0.2%

BREAKING NEWS
COTTON SUSPENDS: Senator Tom Cotton has announced he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 9th place in New Hampshire with 0% of the vote. Cotton is considering endorsing Senator Cruz.

Results:
Mike Pence: 27% (16 delegates)
John Kasich: 14.9% (10 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 11.6% (8 delegates)
Donald Trump: 12.3% (7 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 9.7% (3 delegates)
Jeff Flake: 8.9% (2 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 6.1% (2 delegates)
Rand Paul: 3.7% (1 delegate)
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« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2019, 03:01:52 pm »
« Edited: September 10, 2019, 11:11:59 pm by DylanSH99 »

Nevada Caucus (30 delegates)
Mike Pence: 29.6% (9 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 25.4% (7 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 17.4% (5 delegates)
Donald Trump: 16% (5 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 5.6% (2 delegates)
Jeff Flake: 2.8% (1 delegate)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.4% (1 delegate)
Rand Paul: 0.7%

South Carolina Primary (50 delegates)
Mike Pence: 33.5% (50 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 17%
John Kasich: 17%
Mitt Romney: 9.8%
Rand Paul: 8.8%
Ted Cruz: 7.7%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 3.2%
Jeff Flake: 2.9%

BREAKING NEWS
FLAKE OUT: Senator Jeff Flake has announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 8th place in South Carolina with 3% of the vote. He is considering endorsing Senator Romney.

Results:
Mike Pence: 30.9% (75 delegates)
John Kasich: 16.7% (17 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 10.9% (13 delegates)
Donald Trump: 15.2% (12 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 7% (4 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 5.5% (4 delegates)
Rand Paul: 6.4% (1 delegate)

Super Tuesday coming next...
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« Reply #5 on: September 10, 2019, 11:11:16 pm »
« Edited: September 12, 2019, 09:55:02 am by DylanSH99 »

Super Tuesday

Alabama Primary (50 delegates)
John Kasich: 31% (19 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 29.2% (17 delegates)
Mike Pence: 23.9% (14 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 8.1%
Ted Cruz: 5%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.8%
Rand Paul: 0%

Alaska Caucus (28 delegates)
John Kasich: 37.1% (13 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 25% (8 delegates)
Mike Pence: 21.4% (7 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 10.2%
Ted Cruz: 4.7%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 1.6%
Rand Paul: 0%

Arkansas Primary (40 delegates)
Mike Pence: 28.1% (15 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 23.3% (13 delegates)
John Kasich: 21.3% (12 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 11.4%
Mitt Romney: 10.6%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 5.3%
Rand Paul: 0%

California Primary (172 delegates)
Mike Pence: 39.1% (172 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 28.2%
Mitt Romney: 10.9%
Ted Cruz: 8.2%
Donald Trump: 7.3%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 6.4%
Rand Paul: 0%

Colorado Caucus (37 delegates)
John Kasich: 29.7% (12 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 27% (10 delegates)
Donald Trump: 21.6% (8 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 8.1% (3 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 8.1% (3 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.7% (1 delegate)
Rand Paul: 0.1%

Georgia Primary (76 delegates)
John Kasich: 28.8% (40 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 25.9% (36 delegates)
Donald Trump: 19.7%
Mitt Romney: 12.6%
Ted Cruz: 7.1%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 5.9%
Rand Paul: 0%

Massachusetts Primary (42 delegates)
Donald Trump: 28.8% (13 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 24.2% (11 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 20.5% (9 delegates)
John Kasich: 14.4% (6 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 7.9% (3 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 4.2%
Rand Paul: 0%

Minnesota Caucus (38 delegates)
Mike Pence: 32.5% (13 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 27.1% (11 delegates)
John Kasich: 20.4% (8 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 13.2% (6 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 4.6%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.1%
Rand Paul: 0.1%

Oklahoma Primary (43 delegates)
Mike Pence: 33% (18 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 30.1% (16 delegates)
John Kasich: 16.2% (9 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 10%
Ted Cruz: 8.4%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.3%
Rand Paul: 0%

Tennessee Primary (58 delegates)
Donald Trump: 28.5% (22 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 24.9% (20 delegates)
Mike Pence: 20.8% (16 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 16.4%
Ted Cruz: 7.4%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.1%
Rand Paul: 0%

Texas Primary (155 delegates)
John Kasich: 27.9% (86 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 22.5% (69 delegates)
Donald Trump: 16.4%
Mitt Romney: 11.8%
Ted Cruz: 11.5%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 9.9%
Rand Paul: 0%

Vermont Primary (16 delegates)
Donald Trump: 32.3% (9 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 27.9% (7 delegates)
John Kasich: 16.4%
Mitt Romney: 13.3%
Ted Cruz: 6.6%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 3.5%
Rand Paul: 0%

Virginia Primary (49 delegates)
Donald Trump: 27.6% (14 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 27.2% (13 delegates)
John Kasich: 21% (10 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 14.7% (7 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 6.6% (3 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.9% (2 delegates)
Rand Paul: 0%

Wyoming Caucus (29 delegates)
Mike Pence: 29.7% (9 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 26.6% (8 delegates)
Donald Trump: 20.6% (6)
Mitt Romney: 10.8% (3 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 7.3% (2 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 5% (1 delegate)
Rand Paul: 0%

BREAKING NEWS
PAUL WITHDRAWS: Senator Rand Paul has announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 7th place in Minnesota with 0% of the vote. He is considering endorsing Governor Kasich.

ROMNEY OUT: Senator Mitt Romney has also announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 4th place in Wyoming with 11% of the vote. He is considering endorsing Senator Cruz.

Results:
Mike Pence: 28% (485 delegates)
John Kasich: 24.8% (260 delegates)
Donald Trump: 19.3% (149 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 8.4% (15 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 5.8% (8 delegates)
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« Reply #6 on: September 11, 2019, 12:46:42 pm »

Hawaii Caucus (19 delegates)
Donald Trump: 35.7% (7 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 34.6% (6 delegates)
Mike Pence: 29.6% (6 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0.1%
Ted Cruz: 0%

Idaho Primary (32 delegates)
Mike Pence: 35.1% (11 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 34.5% (11 delegates)
Donald Trump: 30.4% (10 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%
Ted Cruz: 0%

Kansas Caucus (40 delegates)
Mike Pence: 34.3% (15 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 31.5% (13 delegates)
Donald Trump: 26.9% (12 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 7.4%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

Kentucky Caucus (46 delegates)
John Kasich: 34.8% (16 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 29.4% (14 delegates)
Donald Trump: 26.4% (12 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 9.5% (4 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

Louisiana Primary (46 delegates)
Mike Pence: 34.2% (17 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 33.7% (16 delegates)
John Kasich: 27.4% (13 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 4.7%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

Maine Caucus (23 delegates)
Mike Pence: 39.1% (10 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 32.9% (8 delegates)
John Kasich: 18.7% (5 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 9.3%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

Michigan Primary (59 delegates)
Donald Trump: 34.8% (23 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 33.4% (22 delegates)
John Kasich: 22.2% (14 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 9.6%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

Mississippi Primary (40 delegates)
John Kasich: 34.2% (14 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 34% (13 delegates)
Mike Pence: 31.8% (13 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 0%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

Puerto Rico Primary (23 delegates)
Mike Pence: 39.1% (10 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 26.8% (7 delegates)
Donald Trump: 24.6% (6 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 9.5%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

US Virgin Islands Caucus (9 delegates)
Mike Pence: 36.1% (3 delegates) ✓
Donald Trump: 35% (3 delegates)
John Kasich: 28.8% (3 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 0%
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 0%

BREAKING NEWS
HUNTSMAN OUT: Ambassador Jon Huntsman, Jr. has announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 4th place in Hawaii with 0% of the vote. He is considering endorsing Governor Pence.

CRUZ BOWS OUT: Senator Ted Cruz has announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 4th place in Puerto Rico with 10% of the vote. He is considering endorsing Governor Pence.

Results:
Mike Pence: 28.9% (606 delegates)
John Kasich: 25.2% (362 delegates)
Donald Trump: 21.7% (259 delegates)
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« Reply #7 on: September 11, 2019, 02:33:30 pm »

What would be more interesting is how the 2016 and 2018 election actually went. If Kander, Fiengold, and McGinty made it, I can Tim Kaine controlling the senate. I think that Hillary would have won by about 5 and change and it would have been like 50-44-5-1 or something like that. I can only see the Democrats getting to like 200 in the House, though. I think Ginsburg would have retired and Garland would have been confirmed. I think Ginsburg would have been replaced with someone like Sri Srinivasan but maybe a little bit more liberal. It would have been what she could get through. Liberals would be disappointed and maybe she would have not gained Arizona in 2018 and also lost Montana and West Virginia. MAYBE Ohio and Michigan. She would be coming in to 2020 with the same congress that Obama had in 2015.

This would have been the 2016 map

https://www.270towin.com/maps/p89Km
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« Reply #8 on: September 11, 2019, 02:52:33 pm »

What would be more interesting is how the 2016 and 2018 election actually went. If Kander, Fiengold, and McGinty made it, I can Tim Kaine controlling the senate. I think that Hillary would have won by about 5 and change and it would have been like 50-44-5-1 or something like that. I can only see the Democrats getting to like 200 in the House, though. I think Ginsburg would have retired and Garland would have been confirmed. I think Ginsburg would have been replaced with someone like Sri Srinivasan but maybe a little bit more liberal. It would have been what she could get through. Liberals would be disappointed and maybe she would have not gained Arizona in 2018 and also lost Montana and West Virginia. MAYBE Ohio and Michigan. She would be coming in to 2020 with the same congress that Obama had in 2015.

This would have been the 2016 map

https://www.270towin.com/maps/p89Km

2016 would have been the same as IRL, instead Hillary wins Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Kander loses, Feingold wins, and McGinty wins. Ginsburg indeed retires, and Garland is finally confirmed. GOP still wins the House and Senate. 2018 would result in a Democratic House, and the GOP hangs on to the Senate.
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« Reply #9 on: September 11, 2019, 02:57:22 pm »
« Edited: September 11, 2019, 03:01:23 pm by Edgar Suit Larry »

What would be more interesting is how the 2016 and 2018 election actually went. If Kander, Fiengold, and McGinty made it, I can Tim Kaine controlling the senate. I think that Hillary would have won by about 5 and change and it would have been like 50-44-5-1 or something like that. I can only see the Democrats getting to like 200 in the House, though. I think Ginsburg would have retired and Garland would have been confirmed. I think Ginsburg would have been replaced with someone like Sri Srinivasan but maybe a little bit more liberal. It would have been what she could get through. Liberals would be disappointed and maybe she would have not gained Arizona in 2018 and also lost Montana and West Virginia. MAYBE Ohio and Michigan. She would be coming in to 2020 with the same congress that Obama had in 2015.

This would have been the 2016 map

https://www.270towin.com/maps/p89Km

2016 would have been the same as IRL, instead Hillary wins Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Kander loses, Feingold wins, and McGinty wins. Ginsburg indeed retires, and Garland is finally confirmed. GOP still wins the House and Senate.

That gets them to 50. They had 46 and got Hassan and Duckworth. Feingold and McGinty make 50. OK Hillary wins Florida though.
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« Reply #10 on: September 11, 2019, 03:00:33 pm »
« Edited: September 11, 2019, 03:06:57 pm by DylanSH99 »

What would be more interesting is how the 2016 and 2018 election actually went. If Kander, Fiengold, and McGinty made it, I can Tim Kaine controlling the senate. I think that Hillary would have won by about 5 and change and it would have been like 50-44-5-1 or something like that. I can only see the Democrats getting to like 200 in the House, though. I think Ginsburg would have retired and Garland would have been confirmed. I think Ginsburg would have been replaced with someone like Sri Srinivasan but maybe a little bit more liberal. It would have been what she could get through. Liberals would be disappointed and maybe she would have not gained Arizona in 2018 and also lost Montana and West Virginia. MAYBE Ohio and Michigan. She would be coming in to 2020 with the same congress that Obama had in 2015.

This would have been the 2016 map

https://www.270towin.com/maps/p89Km

2016 would have been the same as IRL, instead Hillary wins Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Kander loses, Feingold wins, and McGinty wins. Ginsburg indeed retires, and Garland is finally confirmed. GOP still wins the House and Senate.

That gets them to 50. They had 46 and got Hassan and Duckworth. Feingold and McGinty make 50.

Yes, my bad, you're correct. After 2016, Democrats control the Senate and the GOP controls the House. 2018 is when the GOP takes back the Senate, and the House flips to the Democrats. In my TL, Hillary still loses Florida in 2016.
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« Reply #11 on: September 11, 2019, 03:58:29 pm »

Florida Primary (99 delegates)
John Kasich: 47.9% (99 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 38.4%
Donald Trump: 13.7%

Guam Caucus (9 delegates)
Mike Pence: 44.4% (5 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 22.2% (3 delegates)
Donald Trump: 11.1% (1 delegate)
Rand Paul: 11.1% (write-in)
Jeff Flake: 11.1% (write-in)

Illinois Primary (69 delegates)
John Kasich: 40.3% (69 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 35.2%
Donald Trump: 24.5%

Missouri Primary (52 delegates)
John Kasich: 34% (52 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 34%
Donald Trump: 31.9%

North Carolina Primary (72 delegates)
Mike Pence: 44.5% (32 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 33.9% (24 delegates)
Donald Trump: 21.5% (16 delegates)

Northern Mariana Islands Caucus (9 delegates)
Mike Pence: 39.3% (9 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 34%
Donald Trump: 26.8%

Ohio Primary (66 delegates)
John Kasich: 57.7% (66 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 28.8%
Donald Trump: 13.5%

Washington, DC Primary (19 delegates)
Donald Trump: 41.4% (8 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 32.7% (6 delegates)
Mike Pence: 25.9% (5 delegates)

BREAKING NEWS
TRUMP EXITS: Donald Trump has announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 1st place in Washington, DC with 41% of the vote. He is considering endorsing Governor Kasich.

Results:
John Kasich: 32.2% (681 delegates)
Mike Pence: 31.3% (657 delegates)

Down to the wire...
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« Reply #12 on: September 12, 2019, 09:54:29 am »

American Samoa Caucus (9 delegates)
John Kasich: 66.7% (6 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 33.3% (3 delegates)

Arizona Primary (58 delegates)
Mike Pence: 50.7% (58 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 49.3%

Utah Caucus (40 delegates)
John Kasich: 56.6% (23 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 43.4% (17 delegates)

Results:
Mike Pence: 31.9% (735 delegates)
John Kasich: 32.9% (710 delegates)
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« Reply #13 on: September 12, 2019, 11:06:07 am »

March 2020 Power Ranking Poll (Who had the best month?)
Pence: 54%
Kasich: 46%

North Dakota Caucus (28 delegates)
Mike Pence: 53.6% (15 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 46.4% (13 delegates)

Wisconsin Primary (42 delegates)
Mike Pence: 64.3% (42 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 35.7%

Results:
Mike Pence: 33.4% (792 delegates)
John Kasich: 33% (723 delegates)

New York Primary (95 delegates)
John Kasich: 58.9% (56 delegates) ✓
Mike Pence: 41.1% (39 delegates)

Connecticut Primary (28 delegates)
Mike Pence: 65.2% (28 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 34.8%

Delaware Primary (16 delegates)
Mike Pence: 69.9% (16 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 30.1%

Maryland Primary (38 delegates)
Mike Pence: 55.5% (38 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 44.5%

Pennsylvania Primary (71 delegates)
Mike Pence: 56.5% (71 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 43.5%

Rhode Island Primary (19 delegates)
Mike Pence: 54% (10 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 46% (9 delegates)

Results:
Mike Pence: 35.7% (994 delegates)
John Kasich: 34.7% (788 delegates)

April 2020 Power Ranking Poll (Who had the best month?)
Pence: 58%
Kasich: 42%
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« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2019, 01:14:28 am »

Indiana Primary (57 delegates)
Mike Pence: 71.3% (57 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 28.7%

Nebraska Primary (36 delegates)
Mike Pence: 65.7% (36 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 34.3%

West Virginia Primary (34 delegates)
Mike Pence: 61.6% (34 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 38.4%

Results:
Mike Pence: 37.4% (1,121 delegates)
John Kasich: 34.5% (788 delegates)

Oregon Primary (28 delegates)
Mike Pence: 65.8% (18 delegates)
John Kasich: 34.2% (10 delegates)

Washington Primary (44 delegates)
Mike Pence: 73.2% (32 delegates)
John Kasich: 26.8% (12 delegates)

Results:
Mike Pence: 38.5% (1,171 delegates)
John Kasich: 34.3% (810 delegates)

BREAKING NEWS
KASICH OUT: Governor John Kasich has announced that he is withdrawing from the 2020 race after finishing in 2nd place in Washington with 27% of the vote. He has endorsed Governor Pence.

PENCE WINS NOMINATION: With the exit of John Kasich, Governor Mike Pence is the presumptive 2020 Republican Presidential Nominee and will face President Hillary Clinton in November.

Republican Nomination Results:
Mike Pence: 40% (1,302 delegates) ✓
John Kasich: 33.5% (810 delegates)
Donald Trump: 15.1% (284 delegates)
Mitt Romney: 4.8% (41 delegates)
Ted Cruz: 3.8% (19 delegates)
Jon Huntsman, Jr.: 2.3% (8 delegates)
Jeff Flake: 0.2% (3 delegates)
Larry Hogan: 0% (2 delegates)
Marco Rubio: 0% (2 delegates)
Rand Paul: 0.3% (1 delegate)
Tom Cotton: 0% (0 delegates)
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« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2019, 11:14:39 am »

2020 Democratic National Convention
For President: President Hillary Clinton of New York
For Vice President: Vice President Tim Kaine of Virginia

2020 Republican National Convention
For President: Governor Mike Pence of Indiana
For Vice President: Senator Ted Cruz of Texas

First Poll:
Clinton: 46.6%
Pence: 43.9%
Undecided: 9.5%
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« Reply #16 on: September 14, 2019, 12:41:36 pm »

UPDATE: Hey everyone, sorry for not posting yet. I have a lot going on right now, but I'll try to post sometime tonight. Wait until you see how this election turns out...
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« Reply #17 on: September 14, 2019, 10:19:40 pm »

Welcome to Election Night 2020!

Will President Hillary Clinton be re-elected for a second term to make it the 3rd straight presidential win for the Democrats? Or will Governor Mike Pence become the first Republican in 16 years to win the White House?

6PM Poll Closings:
Indiana (11 electoral votes)
Pence: 1,893,474 (60.3%) ✓
Clinton: 1,247,862 (39.7%)

Kentucky (8 electoral votes)
Pence: 1,356,160 (64.7%) ✓
Clinton: 740,020 (35.3%)

Results:
Pence: 19 electoral votes
Clinton: 0 electoral votes

7PM Poll Closings:
Florida (29 electoral votes)
Pence: 4,764,060 (52.9%) ✓
Clinton: 4,248,650 (47.1%)

Georgia (16 electoral votes)
Pence: 2,412,562 (55.9%) ✓
Clinton: 1,907,137 (44.1%)

South Carolina (9 electoral votes)
Pence: 1,400,562 (60.2%) ✓
Clinton: 927,738 (39.8%)

Virginia (13 electoral votes)
Clinton: 2,089,463 (54.1%) ✓
Pence: 1,772,152 (45.9%)

Vermont (3 electoral votes)
Clinton: 208,243 (64.5%)
Pence: 114,807 (35.5%)

Results:
Pence: 73 electoral votes
Clinton: 16 electoral votes
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« Reply #18 on: September 14, 2019, 11:05:42 pm »

Clinton taking a 9 percent lead in Virginia that early spells doom for Pence
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« Reply #19 on: September 14, 2019, 11:06:48 pm »

Clinton taking a 9 percent lead in Virginia that early spells doom for Pence

Maybe....
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« Reply #20 on: September 14, 2019, 11:09:44 pm »

Clinton taking a 9 percent lead in Virginia that early spells doom for Pence

Maybe....

You may want to keep an eye on this thread because it's going to get bumpier and bumpier and the results are posted.
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« Reply #21 on: Today at 10:39:12 am »

7:30PM Poll Closings
Ohio (18 electoral votes)
Pence: 3,062,400 (54%) ✓
Clinton: 2,610,000 (46%)

West Virginia (5 electoral votes)
Pence: 663,184 (71.2%) ✓
Clinton: 267,880 (28.8%)

Results:
Pence: 96 electoral votes
Clinton: 16 electoral votes

8PM Poll Closings
Massachusetts (11 electoral votes)
Clinton: 2,058,000 (65.1%) ✓
Pence: 1,102,500 (34.9%)

Maryland (10 electoral votes)
Clinton: 1,757,254 (64.7%) ✓
Pence: 960,020 (35.3%)

Maine (4 electoral votes)
Clinton: 356,252 (52.2%) ✓
Pence: 326,740 (47.8%)

Michigan (16 electoral votes)
Clinton: 2,527,038 (52.8%) ✓
Pence: 2,261,034 (47.2%)

Missouri (10 electoral votes)
Pence: 1,763,391 (59.8%) ✓
Clinton: 1,184,568 (40.2%)

Mississippi (6 electoral votes)
Pence: 896,670 (62.8%) ✓
Clinton: 531,441 (37.2%)

New Hampshire (4 electoral votes)
Clinton: 355,328 (53.8%) ✓
Pence: 305,152 (46.2%)

New Jersey (14 electoral votes)
Clinton: 2,294,674 (59.2%) ✓
Pence: 1,579,841 (40.8%)

Alabama (9 electoral votes)
Pence: 1,524,050 (65.5%) ✓
Clinton: 803,264 (34.5%)

Oklahoma (7 electoral votes)
Pence: 1,259,895 (70.3%) ✓
Clinton: 531,648 (29.7%)

Pennsylvania (20 electoral votes)
Clinton: 3,191,958 (51.1%) ✓
Pence: 3,056,130 (48.9%)

Connecticut (7 electoral votes)
Clinton: 997,299 (59.5%) ✓
Pence: 677,751 (40.5%)

South Dakota (3 electoral votes)
Pence: 265,644 (65.3%) ✓
Clinton: 141,300 (34.7%)

Tennessee (11 electoral votes)
Pence: 2,005,770 (64.7%) ✓
Clinton: 1,096,680 (35.3%)

Texas (38 electoral votes)
Pence: 6,354,699 (58.7%) ✓
Clinton: 4,469,972 (41.3%)

Illinois (20 electoral votes)
Clinton: 3,459,995 (59.5%) ✓
Pence: 2,354,594 (40.5%)

Washington, DC (3 electoral votes)
Clinton: 274,725 (89.9%) ✓
Pence: 30,690 (10.1%)

Delaware (3 electoral votes)
Clinton: 261,504 (59.8%) ✓
Pence: 175,698 (40.2%)

Results:
Pence: 180 electoral votes
Clinton: 128 electoral votes
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