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« Reply #200 on: June 27, 2018, 10:05:50 pm »

My mother (1988-present), paternal grandmother, and maternal grandmother (both 1968-present) have voted Dems their entire political lives.

My dad is an Independent voter with a Republican streak, he voted Bush 41-Clinton-Clinton-Bush 43-Bush 43-Obama-Romney-Colin Powell write-in
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« Reply #201 on: June 27, 2018, 10:45:09 pm »

I dunno how my Ma voted, and she's in no condition to answer if asked. I can only confirm that she didn't vote in 2016 and these last primaries.

My grandma, as you'd expect for an Arizona Mormon, is a lifelong Republican, whom I suspect even went for Goldwater. I only know for sure of her votes for Bush Jr, McCain, Romney, and Trump.

My other grandparents all died before I became of that age.

My Dad (1972-Present) has voted straight D since McGovern...and I know he didn't like Jerry Brown in '92.

My Sis is also a Democrat, she was more enthused about Hillary than I was.
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« Reply #202 on: June 28, 2018, 12:10:59 am »
« Edited: November 04, 2018, 01:36:11 am by Calthrina950 »

My late mother, before she passed in 2009, was according to my maternal uncle, a staunch Democrat. I remember her strong support for Barack Obama back in 2008; in fact, I was the one who dropped in her ballot at the DMV, a few months or so before the election. I don't know of her voting record before that, but I would assume that she voted straight Democratic in every presidential election that she could vote in (appx. 1980-2008).

My father seems to be a right-leaning independent, and I have heard rumors from someone in my family that he was a Republican at one point. I'm not exactly sure of that, and I know nothing of his voting record before 2012. In 2012, he did vote for Obama, but very reluctantly, and only because my stepmother begged him to. In 2016, however, he voted pretty enthusiastically for Donald Trump, and for some reason continues to support him.

My stepmother is a legal permanent resident from Jamaica, and as such, she cannot vote. However, she is a pretty staunch Democrat, ideologically speaking, absolutely loathes Trump, and wants to get her citizenship sorted out by 2020 so that she can vote against him. If she had been able to vote, she would have gone for Obama in 2012 and Clinton in 2016.

My maternal uncle is a pretty staunch Democrat as well. He never voted prior to 2008, but Obama's candidacy got him more interested. He voted for Obama twice, and for Clinton in 2016. My maternal aunt has no interest in politics whatsoever, and according to my uncle, has never cast a ballot in her life.

My paternal uncle and paternal step-aunt are both staunch Democrats as well, particularly the latter; I remember seeing a photograph of the Obamas and Democratic Party fliers that she had at their house. I don't know about my cousins, but they are generally liberal, and probably vote Democratic.

As for me, I am a definite independent. As I've stated before, I went for Evan McMullin in 2016, and will probably vote third-party again in 2020 unless if the Democratic candidate earns my vote. I've voted for Republicans, Democrats, and independents, for state and local races. In 2016, besides McMullin for President, I voted for Democrat Michael Bennet for Senate, Republicans for the state legislature and State Board of Education, and Libertarian Mike McRedmond for the House of Representatives. This year, I plan on voting for Republicans for state and local races in El Paso County, and Democrats for Governor and the U.S. House. I am currently a tossup on the other statewide races.
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« Reply #203 on: June 28, 2018, 01:02:37 am »

Dad (1966-):

1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Mom (1965-):

1984*: Reagan
1988*: GHW Bush
1992*: Perot
1996*: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Mom's Dad (1936-2015):

1960: JFK
1964: LBJ
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Couldn't vote as was in the Hospital
2016**: H. Clinton

Mom's Mom (1942-):

1964*: LBJ
1968*: Nixon
1972*: Nixon
1976*: Carter
1980*: Reagan
1984*: Reagan
1988*: Dukakis
1992*: B. Clinton
1996*: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Didn't Vote
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Dad's Dad (1942- 2005):

1964*: LBJ
1968*: Nixon
1972*: Nixon
1976*: Carter
1980*: Reagan
1984*: Reagan
1988*: Dukakis
1992*: Perot
1996*: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008**: Obama
2012**: Romney
2016**: Trump

Dad's Mom (1944-2006:)

1968*: Nixon
1972*: Nixon
1976*: Carter
1980*: Reagan
1984*: Reagan
1988*: Dukakis
1992*: B. Clinton
1996*: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008**: Obama
2012**: Obama
2016**: H. Clinton

*= Educated Guess as i wasn't sure
**= How I think they would've voted in that election had they lived.





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« Reply #204 on: June 28, 2018, 02:39:58 am »

My dad has always voted libertarian, no exception, since 1984 when he could first vote. My mom was exclusive republican since 1992 when she could up until 2016 when she voted for Sanders as a write in. She said that in 2020, if the democrats nominate somebody like Booker, she would vote for them, if not she would stay home.

I voted for Johnson in 2016, although with hindsight I would vote Trump, not because I get like a giant hard on for his presidency, but because I am so tired of the wasted vote mentality and I would never vote for Hillary, so he would be my default choice on a repeat 2016 case.

In 2012, there was a mock election in my history eighth grade class. I was the only person in my class who voted for Romney. Needless to say I was the only out republican in my senior year of high school

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« Reply #205 on: June 28, 2018, 08:55:11 am »

My parents became US citizens in late 2015!

2016 Primary: Both caucused for Bernie Sanders
2016 General: Democratic all the way down the ticket
2017 Special: James Thompson for KS-04
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« Reply #206 on: June 28, 2018, 09:20:50 am »

My parents are a very common types of voters that are underrepresented on Atlas: moderate (Republican) voters with a wide range of views who will pretty much always vote for whomever the Republicans nominate.

My grandparents on my dad's side owned an insurance company and have been straight ticket Republican their entire voting lives (~1956 and on?), to my knowledge.

My grandpa on my mom's side was a true swing voter who wasn't very political at all.  He would vote based on national mood and the candidate's personalities, not so much because he wasn't knowledgeable or anything but more because I don't think he trusted any politician and thought that was just as smart of a way of picking as a party label or specific policy stances.  My mom's mom was a very partisan Democrat (of the New Deal variety) up until Obama.  I think she has gotten noticeably more racist since then, and while her vote for McCain was almost certainly partly due to race, I honestly think she felt that Obama looked down on people like her (non-college educated, lives in Kewanee, IL, grew up in a very working class family, etc.).  I think she abstained in 2012, as "her vote doesn't even count in Illinois anyway."  She definitely supported Trump, but she calls him a moron quite a bit.  I think she will probably stay home in 2020.

My sister's first election she could vote in was 2014, and she voted straight ticket Republican in Iowa.  In 2016, she voted Republican for all downballot offices and for Clinton for President, this time in Indiana.
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« Reply #207 on: July 06, 2018, 11:10:16 am »

My family are white-working class, and they voted Democratic except for Reagan and Trump, the ones that survived or were born early enough too, anyhow. 
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« Reply #208 on: July 06, 2018, 11:30:00 am »
« Edited: July 06, 2018, 12:59:38 pm by Joe McCarthy Was Right »

Dad (this is interesting):
before 1984: Unknown, but I think he was pro-Nixon
1984: Reagan
1988: Unknown
1992: Perot
1996: Perot
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: No vote, hated both candidates but preferred McCain winning (Clinton in the primaries)
2012: No vote, hated both candidates but preferred Romney winning (Gingrich in the primaries)
2016: Trump

Mom (not very political):
Before 2000: Unknown
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: No vote
2012: No vote
2016: No vote

My dad's side of the family are German Texan southern Baptists (formerly Lutheran or Catholic) and have voted exclusively Republican since the 1930's. Not for ethnic reasons, but because they were wealthy. My dad is the only Independent. The only thing you can tell from the way he votes is that he votes against perceived candidates of elites... or he's a conservative who really hated the Bush family.

My mom's side of the family were from the SW Pennsylvania coal area, probably mostly of Scots-Irish descent, and have probably voted Democrat since FDR for civil liberties and active government. They were probably Republicans before then. Only one of my mother's 3 siblings voted for Trump.
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« Reply #209 on: July 06, 2018, 11:46:59 am »

Mom:
1992: Perot
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney (Santorum in primary, I think)
2016: Trump (Cruz in primary)

Dad:
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney (Santorum in Primary)
2016: Trump (Cruz in primary)

My Dad’s parents have been Republicans since the 70’s, (unusual for around here) though most of their siblings are or were until recently yellow dog dems.
In my part of Alabama there was an interesting dynamic where the older folks were much more democratic than the younger generations, but most of them have died off or switched allegiances now. My county was 87% Trump.
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« Reply #210 on: July 06, 2018, 12:23:48 pm »

Basically every member of both sides of family from FDR to 2012: Democrat (or nobody)

2016: Grandpa and possibly uncle voted for Trump. Everyone else Hillary I'm pretty sure.
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« Reply #211 on: November 10, 2019, 12:09:24 pm »

My Dad:
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush sr
1992-Bush sr (Primary Buchanan)
1996-Dole (Primary Buchanan)
2000-Bush
2004-Did not vote
2008-Did not vote
2012-Romney Primary Ron Paul
2016-Trump

My Mom
1988-Dukakis
1992-Clinton
1996-Clinton
2000-Nader
2004-Kerry Primary Dennis Kucinich
2008-Obama
2012-Obama
2016-Trump Primary Bernie sanders
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« Reply #212 on: November 10, 2019, 01:04:25 pm »
« Edited: November 10, 2019, 01:11:55 pm by Laki »

Foster Mom 1:
1984-2014: Green
2019: N-VA

Foster Mom 2
1970+- - 2014 CD&V or VU/N-VA
2019 PVDA-PTB
Hillary Clinton was her biggest idol, we even have books and biographies over her, and under my influence swinged towards Trump. I liked Clinton too and begged once she would became president one day. I don't know what the  changed, but things can change sometime.

Voted all her life long christian Democrat or sporadically nationalist, but never far-right party. Never liberals, and she dislikes social democrats and greens, but has sympathy for the marxist, doesn't think they're communists and voted for them.

Mom's mom:
All her life long: CD&V
2019: PVDA-PTB

Under influence of mom voted marxist for the first time, after being a loyal CD&V supporter for basically ever. At the age of 89 a woman can change, you know.

Dad:
2019: far-right Vlaams Belang
Said he supported Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. I disagreed Tongue Voted also for PVDA in regional elections, and i think Europe.

Dad's girlfriend:
2019: far-right Vlaams Belang
Said she supported Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. I disagreed Tongue

Me:
2014 Open VLD
2019: PVDA-PTB
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« Reply #213 on: November 10, 2019, 02:40:44 pm »

Dad (became a citizen in 2002, so starting in 2004):
2004: Bush
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Trump

Mom (has voted all years she's been eligible):
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Clinton
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« Reply #214 on: November 10, 2019, 03:46:10 pm »

Dad (became a citizen in 2002, so starting in 2004):
2004: Bush
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Trump


Mom (has voted all years she's been eligible):
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Clinton

Your father is an Bush-Obama-Trump voter (and voted for Obama twice!). An interesting trajectory, whereas your mother has been a Yellow Dog Democrat.
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« Reply #215 on: November 10, 2019, 04:23:07 pm »

My Dad:
1980-Reagan
1984-Reagan
1988-Bush sr
1992-Bush sr (Primary Buchanan)
1996-Dole (Primary Buchanan)
2000-Bush
2004-Did not vote
2008-Did not vote
2012-Romney Primary Ron Paul
2016-Trump

My Mom
1988-Dukakis
1992-Clinton
1996-Clinton
2000-Nader
2004-Kerry Primary Dennis Kucinich
2008-Obama
2012-Obama
2016-Trump Primary Bernie sanders

What was the reason your mom voted for Trump?
I mean considering the Kuchinich vote it kinda makes sense but still.
How did she vote in 2018
Also whats the odds she votes D in 2020?
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« Reply #216 on: November 10, 2019, 04:44:52 pm »

Both parents immigrated from Sudan in the late 80's, started voting in the early 2000's.

Dad
2000: Bush
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Clinton

Mom
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Clinton
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« Reply #217 on: November 10, 2019, 07:58:56 pm »
« Edited: November 10, 2019, 08:11:28 pm by Blairite »

Dad (1950-)
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Mom (1956-)
1976: Ford
1980: Anderson
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Mom's Dad (1929-)
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Johnson
1968: Humphrey
1972: McGovern
1976: Carter
1980: Anderson
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Mom's Mom (1930-)
1952: Stevenson
1956: Stevenson
1960: Kennedy
1964: Goldwater
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Anderson
1984: Mondale
1988: Dukakis
1992: B. Clinton
1996: B. Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: H. Clinton

Dad's Dad (1923-2015)
1944: no idea
1948: no idea
1952: no idea
1956: no idea
1960: no idea
1964: Goldwater
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: H.W. Bush
1992: H.W. Bush
1996: Dole
2000: W. Bush
2004: W. Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney

Dad's Mom (1924-)
1948: Dewey
1952: Eisenhower
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Kennedy
1964: Goldwater
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Ford
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: H.W. Bush
1992: H.W. Bush
1996: Dole
2000: W. Bush
2004: W. Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney
2016: H. Clinton
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« Reply #218 on: November 10, 2019, 10:49:57 pm »

These are my best guesses, but my grandparents might not have voted in all of them.

PARENTS: (it's amazing how much they are mirror images of each other)
Dad (born 1966):
1984: Probably didn't vote
1988: Not sure
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Didn't vote
2012: Didn't vote
2016: Trump

Mom (born 1969):
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Clinton

GRANDPARENTS:
Dad's Dad (born 1944):
1968: HHH
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney
2016: Trump

Dad's Mom (born 1945):
1968: HHH
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney
2016: Trump

Mom's Dad (1933-2015):
1956: Eisenhower
1960: Nixon
1964: No idea
1968: Nixon
1972: Nixon
1976: Carter (see below as to why I think he switched in '76)
1980: Reagan
1984: Reagan
1988: Bush
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain
2012: Romney

Mom's Mom (born 1936):
1960: Nixon (usually votes Democrat but probably voted Republican due to Kennedy's Catholicism)
1964: Johnson
1968: HHH
1972: Not sure
1976: Carter
1980: Carter
1984: Reagan (my grandma said that she and my grandfather each crossed the aisle once or twice if I remember correctly, and this one makes sense)
1988: Dukakis
1992: Clinton
1996: Clinton
2000: Gore
2004: Kerry
2008: Obama
2012: Obama
2016: Clinton

Just for fun, my stepdad (born in 1970) :
1992: Bush
1996: Dole
2000: Bush
2004: Bush
2008: McCain or didn't vote
2012: Didn't vote
2016: Clinton
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« Reply #219 on: November 10, 2019, 11:06:23 pm »

Also, here is how I would summarize each of their views:

Dad- An odd mix of views.  He's overall pretty Trumpist, but he was a medical malpractice lawyer for a while so he would vote Democratic out of fear of tort reform.  He's generally pretty conservative, but is more liberal on stuff like guns.

Mom- A former small-government Republican who became disenchanted with conservatism in the early 2000s and has steadily grown more liberal.  She's a women's march style liberal at this point, as her social views have become more and more extreme.

Dad's Dad- He grew up in a poor coal-mining town in Northeast Pennsylvania but eventually became a very successful lawyer, so his politics reflect different backgrounds.  He's a Catholic ancestral Democrat, but very socially conservative, so he drifted more Republican.

Dad's Mom- Basically the same as her husband, but she seems to have become Republican a little earlier (probably due to not having the preoccupation with tort reform as much)

Mom's Dad- He was a small business owner and a staunch anti-tax Republican from exurban North Carolina who was active in a Baptist church.

Mom's Mom- I find her politics interesting because I don't know many like her.  She is extremely active in her Baptist church (albeit it is less fundamentalist than many Baptist churches) and is probably quite socially conservative on a personal level, but has been a loyal Democrat (including being pro-choice as a matter of policy).  She seems to have some level of discomfort with the far-left wing of the Democratic Party (i.e. she didn't understand why my mom wouldn't like a t-shirt with the American flag saying "if this offends you, I'll help you pack") and would say that she doesn't agree with homosexuality, but she is extremely anti-Trump and still a loyal Democrat.
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« Reply #220 on: November 11, 2019, 03:59:07 pm »

Mother:

1976: Jimmy Carter
1980: Ronald Reagan
1984: Ronald Reagan
1988: George Bush

1992: Ross Perot
1996: Bob Dole
2000: George W. Bush
2004: John Kerry
2008: John McCain
2012: Mitt Romney


2016: Hillary Clinton

Her track-record of voting for the losers of presidential elections post-1988 continues!
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« Reply #221 on: November 11, 2019, 05:37:08 pm »

Mom never voted

Dad:

Bush 2004
Obama 2012
Trump 2016
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« Reply #222 on: November 15, 2019, 11:47:54 am »

Me
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama
2016 - Clinton

Dad:
1980 - Carter
1984 - Reagan
1988 - Bush
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Gore
2004 - Bush
2008 - Obama
2012 - Romney
2016 - Clinton

Mom
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton
2000 - Gore
2004 - Bush
2008 - Obama
2012 - Obama
2016 - Clinton

Dad's Dad
1944 - Roosevelt
1948 - Truman
1952 - Stevenson
1956 - Stevenson
1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton

Dad's Mom
1948 - Truman
1952 - Stevenson
1956 - Stevenson
1960 - Kennedy
1964 - Johnson
1968 - Humphrey
1972 - McGovern
1976 - Carter
1980 - Carter
1984 - Mondale
1988 - Dukakis
1992 - Clinton
1996 - Clinton

My father's parents were the children of Jewish immigrants and lifelong New Deal Democrats who never once crossed lines. Dad is a business-friendly socially liberal suburbanite, as is Mom, who is a little more liberal and a little less business-friendly. Mom is an English immigrants whose parents were lifelong Labour supporters.
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« Reply #223 on: November 16, 2019, 02:03:31 am »

Does anyone here have “Never Goldwater” Republicans in their family?
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« Reply #224 on: November 18, 2019, 12:31:59 pm »

All of mom's side

Cousin

2019: Vlaams Belang (far-right) and is clearly racist, because he called nigga's the scum of their city (it's a border city between wallonia and flanders, with a large amount of french-speaking people and immigrants)

Uncle (i hate him)

2007: N-VA (nationalist, conservative)
2010: N-VA
2014: N-VA
2019: N-VA

Got once fired from his job because he got in a fight with Walloons Cheesy

Aunt:
2019: N-VA

Mom:
Either Vlaams Belang or PVDA-PTB. In the past probably a social democrat, as she's part of the Labor Union.

Mom's parents:
Vlaams Belang or PVDA given their life situation. They seem to be classic VB voters.

Except for my cousin (who isn't interested in politics) and my mom and grandparents (i don't know) all right-wing voters.

I have literally a trash family. I was abused by my mom and got in a foster family.
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