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« Reply #4175 on: May 21, 2014, 02:18:51 am »
« edited: May 21, 2014, 02:26:53 am by badgate »

1976-2004: Democratic Dominance to Dissonance
The 22nd Amendment limits the President to 3 full 4-year terms.

1976


√Georgia Governor James E. Carter / Minnesota Senator Walter Mondale - 297
President Gerald Ford / Vice President Nelson Rockefeller - 241


1980


√President James E. Carter / Vice President Walter Mondale - 296
Frmr. U.N. Ambassador George H.W. Bush / Frmr. President Gerald Ford - 242


1984


√President James E. Carter / Tennessee Senator Al Gore, Jr. - 334
New Jersey Governor Tom Keane / Oklahoma Governor Jeanne Kirkpatrick - 204


1988


Vice President Al Gore, Jr. / California Governor Jerry Brown - 254
√Kansas Senator Bob Dole / Frmr. Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld - 284


1992


√Frmr. Vice President Al Gore, Jr. / Arkansas Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton - 326; 46%
President Bob Dole / Vice President Donald Rumsfeld - 212; 44%
Texas Businessman Ross Perot / James Stockdale - 0; 10%


1996


President Al Gore, Jr. / Vice President Hillary R. Clinton - 264
√Frmr. President Bob Dole / Frmr. General Colin Powell - 274


2000


Missouri Representative Dick Gephardt / Frmr. Colorado Senator Gary Hart - 212
√President Bob Dole / Vice President Colin Powell - 326


2004


Vermont Governor Howard Dean / North Carolina Senator John Edwards - 153
√Vice President Colin Powell / Texas Governor George W. Bush - 385




Presidents of the United States
39. James E. Carter - Georgia; 1977-1989
40. Bob Dole - Kansas; 1989-1993
41. Al Gore, Jr. - Tennessee; 1993-1997
42. Bob Dole - Kansas; 1997-2005
43. Colin Powell - New York; 2005-? ? ? ?

Vice Presidents of the United States
42. Walter Mondale - Minnesota; 1977-1985
43. Al Gore, Jr. - Tennessee; 1985-1989
44. Donald Rumsfeld - Illinois; 1989-1993
45. Hillary Rodham Clinton - Arkansas; 1993-1997
46. Colin Powell - New York; 1997-2005
47. George W. Bush - Texas; 2005-? ? ? ?
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« Reply #4176 on: May 21, 2014, 03:32:49 am »
« Edited: May 23, 2014, 06:07:39 pm by badgate »

2008-2032: The Fall of the Republican Empire

2008


Frmr. Vice President Hillary R. Clinton / Massachusetts Senator John Kerry - 219
√President Colin Powell / Vice President George W. Bush - 319


2012


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon / New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand - 267
√President Colin Powell / Florida Senator Marco Rubio - 271


2016


√New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand / Illinois Senator Barack Obama - 286
Vice President Marco Rubio / Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker - 252


2020


√President Kirsten Gillibrand / Vice President Barack Obama - 357
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul / South Carolina Senator Tim Scott - 181


2024


√Vice President Barack Obama / Kentucky Senator Alison L. Grimes - ~453
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan / Oklahoma Senator Mary Fallin - ~85


2028


√President Barack Obama / Vice President Alison L. Grimes - ~340
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton / Colorado Senator Cory Gardner - ~198


2032


√President Barack Obama / Georgia Governor Jason Carter - ~352
New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte / Oklahoma Governor T.W. Shannon - ~186



Presidents of the United States
39. James E. Carter - Georgia; 1977-1989
40. Bob Dole - Kansas; 1989-1993
41. Al Gore, Jr. - Tennessee; 1993-1997
42. Bob Dole - Kansas; 1997-2005
43. Colin Powell - New York; 2005-2017
44. Kirsten Gillibrand - New York; 2017-2025
45. Barack Obama - Illinois; 2025-2037

Vice Presidents of the United States
42. Walter Mondale - Minnesota; 1977-1985
43. Al Gore, Jr. - Tennessee; 1985-1989
44. Donald Rumsfeld - Illinois; 1989-1993
45. Hillary Rodham Clinton - Arkansas; 1993-1997
46. Colin Powell - New York; 1997-2005
47. George W. Bush - Texas; 2005-2013
48. Marco Rubio - Florida; 2013-2017
49. Barack Obama - Illinois; 2017-2025
50. Alison L. Grimes - Kentucky ; 2025-2033
51. Jason Carter - Georgia; 2033-2037
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« Reply #4177 on: May 21, 2014, 11:15:18 pm »

The Duke Wins
√ Gov. Michael Dukakis/Sen Lloyd Bentsen: 272 (49.6%)
Vice Pres. George H.W. Bush/Sen. Dan Quayle: 266 (49.5%)

Dukakis Thwarts off Economic Crisis
√ Pres. Michael Dukakis/Vice Pres. Lloyd Bentsen: 337 (52.4%)
Sen. Dan Quayle/Rep. Jack Kemp: 201 (45.4%)

History Made
√ Gov. Ann Richards/Attorney General Bill Clinton: 411 (55.8%)
Sen. Philip Graham/Sen. Richard Lugar: 127 (43.9%)

Straight Talk Express
√ Sen. John McCain/Gov. John Engler: 291 (50.4%)
Pres. Ann Richards/Vice Pres. Bill Clinton: 247

McCain! McCain! McCain!
√ Pres. John McCain/Vice Pres. John Engler: 427 (57.8%)
Vice Pres. Bill Clinton/Sen. John Kerry: 11 (40.9%)

Republican Dominance
√ Mayor Rudy Giuliani/Gov.Tim Pawlenty: 373 (53.9%)
Gov. Roy Barnes/Sen. Diane Feinstein: 165 (44.7%)

√ Pres. Rudy Giuliani/Vice Pres. Tim Pawlenty: 337 (51.4%)
Sen. Russ Feingold/Gov. Deval Patrick: 201 (46.9%)
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« Reply #4178 on: May 22, 2014, 12:30:49 am »
« Edited: May 23, 2014, 06:19:33 pm by badgate »

XXII
the President and Vice President shall serve terms of six years duration. The President shall be limited to two non-consecutive terms, and the Vice President is not limited but can also not serve consecutive terms.

1952


Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson / Alabama Senator John Sparkman - 89
General Dwight Eisenhower / California Senator Richard Nixon - 442


1958


Texas Senator Lyndon B. Johnson / Minnesota Senator Hubert H. Humphrey - 319
Vice President Richard Nixon / Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. - 212



*--President Johnson is shot in Dallas, four and a half years into his Presidency. Vice President Humphrey attempts to run for reelection after becoming President, but a confusing wording in the 22nd Amendment leads to a court challenge. On Jan. 29, 1964, the Supreme Court ruled that Humphrey could not run for President that year, but was eligible in 1970. New York Senator Robert Kennedy wins the lengthy primary battle, and selects --*


1964


New York Senator Robert Kennedy / Tennessee Senator Albert Gore, Sr. - 267
Frmr. Vice President Richard Nixon / Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater - 264
Unpledged Electors - 7


*--Congress elects the Democratic ticket.--*

1970


Frmr. President Hubert H. Humphrey / Oklahoma Senator Fred Harris - 253
New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller / Texas Senator George H.W. Bush - 285


1976


Georgia Governor James E. Carter / New York Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm - 230
Vice President George H.W. Bush / Speaker of the House Gerald Ford - 308


1982


Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy / Colorado Senator Gary Hart - 277
Vice President Gerald Ford / Kansas Senator Bob Dole - 261


1988


New York Governor Mario Cuomo / Illinois Senator Jesse Jackson - 313
Frmr. Illinois Senator and Frmr. Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld / New York Congressman Jack Kemp - 225


1994


Tennessee Governor Al Gore, Jr. / Attorney General Hillary Rodham Clinton - 237
Frmr. President George H.W. Bush / California Governor Pete Wilson - 301





Presidents of the United States
34. Dwight D. Eisenhower - New York - 1953-1959
35. Lyndon B. Johnson - Texas - 1959-1963
36. Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota - 1963-1965
37. Robert F. Kennedy - New York - 1965-1971
38. Nelson Rockefeller - New York - 1971-1977
39. George H.W. Bush - Texas - 1977-1983
40. Ted Kennedy - Massachusetts - 1983-1989
41. Mario Cuomo - New York - 1989-1995
42. George H.W. Bush - Texas - 1995-2001

Vice Presidents of the United States
36. Richard Nixon - California - 1953-1959
37. Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota - 1959-1963
--vacant from Nov. 1963-Jan.1965
38. Al Gore, Sr. - Tennessee - 1965-1971
39. George H.W. Bush - Texas - 1971-1977
40. Gerald Ford - Michigan - 1977-1983
41. Gary Hart - Colorado - 1983-1989
42. Jesse Jackson - Illinois - 1989-1995
43. Pete Wilson - California - 1995-2001
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« Reply #4179 on: May 22, 2014, 12:36:17 am »

A Four Party System:
Key:
Progressive Party: Typical progressives, encompasses a majority of what would be Democrats Ex. Al Gore, Dennis Kucinich, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden
Conservative Party: Social and Fairly Economically Conservatives, Ex. Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, George W Bush.
Populist/Moderate Party:Mixed bag of populists and moderates, Ex. Jon Huntsman, Scott Brown, Susan Collins, Joe Manchin, Zell Miller, Ross Perot, Jim Matheson, Jerry Brown, Joe Lieberman.
Liberal Party: Classical Liberalism, Socially liberally, with it's members varying on economic standpoints. Ex. Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Mike Gravel, Walter Jones, Buddy Roemer, Jesse Ventura, Pat Buchanan.

2000:

VP. Al Gore (P-TN)/Sen. Joe Biden (P-TN) 241EV
Gov. George W. Bush (C-TX)/Sen. Olympia Snowe (M-ME) 190EV
Sen. David Boren (M-OK)/Gov. Jerry Brown (M-CA) 36EV
Gov. Jesse Ventura (L-MN)/Rep. Walter Jones (L-NC) 71EV

Bush is elected by the House (Events remain at in TTL)

2004:
The unpopularity of the war in Iraq is a major factor, and the Progressives have nominated a candidate that voted for the war, the conservatives have the president who started the war, the moderate party has nominated a senator that is on the verge of becoming a conservative, and the liberals have nominated a former conservative.

Sen. Hillary Clinton (P-NY)/Sen. Joe Lieberman (M-CT) 252EV
Pres. George W. Bush (C-TX)/VP. Olympia Snowe (M-ME) 105EV
Sen. Zell Miller (M-GA)/Sen. Evan Bayh (M-IN) 55EV
Rep. Ron Paul (L-TX)/Gov. Gary Johnson (L-NM) 126EV

Again thrown to the house, despite coming in third, Bush is reelected, as many moderates support Olympia Snowe, and Zell Miller came in fourth, not allowing him on the congressional ballot.

2008:

With a recession, and the Iraq War taking a heavy toll, the conservatives are polling low, and with the Progressive take over of the house and senate in 2006, they too have been blamed for the economic collapse.

Sen. Dennis Kucinich (P-OH)/Sen. Bernie Sanders (P-VT) 206EV
Sen. Rick Santorum (C-PA)/Gov. Mark Sanford (C-SC) 55EV
Gov. Joe Manchin (M-WV)/Zell Miller (M-GA) 5EV
Gov. Gary Johnson (L-NM)/Sen. Larry Pressler (L-SD) 272EV

For the first time since 1996, a President has been elected by maintaining a majority of the electoral college.
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« Reply #4180 on: May 22, 2014, 05:05:57 pm »



Dukakis/Bentsen 280 50.4%
Bush/Quayle 258 48.6%



Powell/Cheney 283 40.3%
Dukakis/Bentsen 245 38.8%
Perot/Stockdale 10 20.5%
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« Reply #4181 on: May 23, 2014, 05:54:43 pm »

2000


Vice President Al Gore/Senator Joe Lieberman (D) - 300
Governor George W. Bush/Secretary Dick Cheney (R) - 238

2004

President Al Gore/Vice President Joe Lieberman (D) - 336
Governor George W. Bush/Senator George Allen (R) - 202

2008

Senator Russ Feingold/Senator John Kerry (D) - 328
Senator Sam Brownback/Governor Mitt Romney (R) - 210

2012

Governor Mitt Romney/Senator Kay B. Hutchison (R) - 210
President Russ Feingold/Vice President John Kerry (D) - 328

2016

President Mitt Romney/Vice President Kay Hutchison (R) - 210
Fmr. Vice President John Kerry/Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D) - 328


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« Reply #4182 on: May 23, 2014, 06:49:49 pm »

√ John McCain/Tim Pawlenty: 272 (49.3%)
Hillary Clinton/Joe Biden: 266 (49.2%)
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« Reply #4183 on: May 24, 2014, 01:39:03 am »

Election 2028



Vice President Julian Castro(D-TX)/Gov. Kamala Harris(D-CA): 272 (50.3%)
Gov. Cathy McMorris Rodgers(R-WA)/Sen. T.W. Shannon(R-OK): 266 (48.4%)
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« Reply #4184 on: May 24, 2014, 07:42:24 am »
« Edited: May 25, 2014, 07:43:15 am by dkrolga »

Bush doesn't seek re-election

2004

Senator John Edwards/Governor Howard Dean (D) - 319
Senator John McCain/Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 219


2008

Senator George Allen/Senator John Thune (R) - 314
President John Edwards/Vice President Howard Dean (D) - 224

2012

President George Allen/Vice President John Thune (R) - 296
Governor Bob Holden/Senator Chuck Schumer (D) - 242

2016

Governor Martin O'Malley/Senator Joe Manchin* (D) - 387
Vice President John Thune/Former Governor Rick Perry (R) - 151

*Vice President Manchin resigns in January of 2018 to run for Governor of West Virginia in a special election after the death of Earl Ray Tomblin. President O'Malley appoints Illinois Senator Barack Obama to fill the vacancy.

2020

Governor Scott Brown/Governor Brian Sandoval (R) - 293
President Martin O'Malley/Vice President Barack Obama (D) - 245
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« Reply #4185 on: May 25, 2014, 01:41:16 am »
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The Election of 2092- Extreme Climate Change Scenario



Isabel Martinez (TX-GOV)/Calvin Brown (IL-SEN)  56.7% 390 EV
J. A. "Jeff" Kearney (MI-GOV)/Sarah Fitzpatrick (CT-GOV)  42.5% 148 EV

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« Reply #4186 on: May 25, 2014, 07:36:07 am »

The Election of 2092- Extreme Climate Change Scenario



Isabel Martinez (TX-GOV)/Calvin Brown (IL-SEN)  56.7% 390 EV
J. A. "Jeff" Kearney (MI-GOV)/Sarah Fitzpatrick (CT-GOV)  42.5% 148 EV

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Good lord!
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« Reply #4187 on: May 25, 2014, 07:47:56 am »

√ Frm. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton/Sen. Tim Kaine: 423 (55.0%)
Sen. Ted Cruz/Sen. Rand Paul: 115 (43.6%)

√ Sen. Brian Sandoval/Sen. Pat Toomey: 303 (50.1%)
Pres. Hillary Clinton/Vice President Tim Kaine: 235 (48.7%)
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« Reply #4188 on: May 25, 2014, 01:58:00 pm »
« Edited: May 25, 2014, 02:02:07 pm by Skill and Chance »

The Election of 2092- Extreme Climate Change Scenario



Isabel Martinez (TX-GOV)/Calvin Brown (IL-SEN)  56.7% 390 EV
J. A. "Jeff" Kearney (MI-GOV)/Sarah Fitzpatrick (CT-GOV)  42.5% 148 EV

Thoughts?   


Good lord!

Basically the Southwest would become like the Solid South of the early 20th century due to the unending drought (and yearly hurricanes in FL).  Chicago becomes the largest city due to migration out of the Southwest and Gulf Coast.  Eventually someone offers a "Newer Deal" for them to keep the lights on and the water flowing (in this world President Martinez) and from that point on the remaining residents of AZ/NM/NV would vote for that party by NY-15 margins.  But the largely unaffected Northeast deeply resents having to fund it, save for MA where migrants from the South have a narrow majority.
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« Reply #4189 on: May 25, 2014, 04:28:36 pm »
« Edited: May 25, 2014, 04:31:02 pm by Jack Enderman, FED-IND »

What the Future Might Hold: Chapter I: Rubio and the New GOP 2016-2032

2016: New Way


Sen Marco Rubio R-FL/Fmr Gov Jon Huntsman R-UT 273 EVS
Gov Andrew Cuomo D-NY/Sen Amy Koblouchar D-MN 265 EVS

2020: One Step Forward...

Pres Marco Rubio R-FL/VP Jon Huntsman R-UT 303 EVS
Sen Brian Schweitzer D-MT/Gov Tulsi Gabbard D-HI 235 EVS

2024: ...Two Steps Back

Gov Gavin Newsom D-CA/Gov Kirsten Gillibrand D-NY ~330 EVS
Fmr Sen Ted Cruz R-TX/Gov Mike Lee R-UT ~210 EVS

2028: Time For Choosing

Sen George P Bush R-TX/Gov Kristi Noem R-SD ~275 EVS
Pres Gavin Newsom D-CA/Sen Alison Lundergan Grimes D-KY ~260 EVS

2032: Comeback

Fmr Pres Gavin Newsom D-CA/Sen Julian Castro D-TX ~320 EVS
Pres George P Bush R-TX/VP Kristi Noem R-SD ~220
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« Reply #4190 on: May 25, 2014, 09:37:29 pm »
« Edited: November 09, 2014, 10:14:49 pm by Skill and Chance »

Election of 2096

The Supreme Court upholds the D.E.S.E.R.T. Act, the Flood Relief Act of 2093 and the re-established Civilian Conservation Corps in successive 8 to 7 votes during the spring of 2095.  Relief funds and public works projects flow to the Southwestern and Gulf Coast states.  Chicago and Boston become centers for AI innovation and the economy briskly recovers from the late 2080's depression and agricultural crisis:
 


President Isabel Martinez/Vice President Calvin Jackson 62.7%  529 EV
Sarah Fitzpatrick (CT-GOV)/Matthew X. Chen (WA-SEN) 35.4%  9 EV

2100

Vice President Jackson retires at the end of his term.  But a new advocate for the drought and flood-stricken migrants emerges, from someone confident enough to merge her rival political families:



Alissa Cruz-Warren (MA-GOV)/Nathaniel Morrison (Sec. of the Interior*)  54.1% 334 EV 
Sean G. Feltenheimer (WI-GOV)/Kwame Wood (House Minority Leader**)  45.3% 204 EV
 
*formerly ID-SEN
**Representing PA-02 (downtown Philadelphia)

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« Reply #4191 on: May 26, 2014, 12:01:33 am »
« Edited: November 09, 2014, 10:13:23 pm by Skill and Chance »

Election of 2104

The story of the 2100 census was the aggressive growth of the Anchorage metro area.  Alaska was now home to more than 8 million people.  Republicans decided early on that their best opportunity to break their 12 year losing streak was to target the South Atlantic states, where locals were growing less enamored with President Martinez's American Future programs 12 years in.  Ultimately, they came up just short: 



President Alissa Cruz-Warren/Vice President Nathaniel Morrison 50.3%  298 EV
Marianne Williamson (TN-SEN)/Arthur J. Cohen (NY-SEN)  48.0%  240 EV

2108- The Sweet Taste of Victory

"And I would like to remind my colleagues Sens. Martin and Velazquez (D-AZ) that I represent more people than they do!"  When Kwame Wood was sworn in as Speaker of the House in January of 2107, he made good on his promise to investigate fraud and corruption in the distribution of American Future funds in the Southwest.  Known as the reformer who broke the back of the Philadelphia machine, he would bring down Sen. Martin, along with the governor of Arizona and Nevada's attorney general.  He was nominated by acclamation at the Republican convention:



Kwame Wood (Speaker of the House [PA-02])/Ken Smith (AK-SEN)  55.8% 402 EV
Vice President Nathaniel Morrison/Erin O'Leary (IL-GOV)  43.2%  138 EV 


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« Reply #4192 on: May 28, 2014, 10:57:59 pm »

√ Moderate Republican Governor: (R-NY) 389 (55.8%)
Divisive Incumbent Democratic President: (D-IL) 149 (42.8%)
Other: 0 (1.4%)

√ Popular Incumbent Republican President (R-NY)): 538 (64.9%)
Extreme gaffe-prone Democratic Congressman (D-CA): 0 (33.6%)
Other: 0 (1.5%)
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« Reply #4193 on: May 28, 2014, 11:00:58 pm »

So you're doing the best dream scenario of George Pataki v. Barack Obama and then George Pataki V. Pete Stark?
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« Reply #4194 on: May 30, 2014, 05:56:59 pm »

1996, Election Day Results

Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole/Governor John Engler (R) - 262
President Bill Clinton/Senator Bill Bradley (D) - 252
Businessman Ross Perot/Former Senator David Boren (Ref.) - 24

1996, House of Representatives Vote

Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R) - 32
President Bill Clinton (D) - 18
Businessman Ross Perot (Ref.) - 0

The Senate elected Governor John Engler as Vice President, after 3 ballots, 53-47.

2000

President Bob Dole/Vice President John Engler (R) - 317
Former Vice President Al Gore/Senator Chris Dodd (D) - 221

2004

Governor George W. Bush/Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) - 317
Governor Howard Dean/Senator John Kerry (D) - 221

2008

Senator John Kerry/Governor Tim Kaine (D) - 381
Vice President Rudy Giuliani/Senator Sam Brownback (R) -  157

2012

President John Kerry/Vice President Tim Kaine (D) - 276
Former Governor Mitt Romney/CIA Director David Petraeus  (R) -  262
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« Reply #4195 on: June 01, 2014, 03:29:30 pm »
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1940: Madam President



Frances Perkins (Sec. of Labor)/Scott Lucas (IL-SEN)  290 EV 43.3%
Wendell Willkie (Businessman)/Charles L. McNary (OR-SEN) 137 EV 41.4%
Vice President John Nance Garner/Walter F. George (GA-SEN) 104 EV 14.3%

FDR declines to seek a 3rd term and endorses Frances Perkins at the convention.  Angered by the snub, Vice President Garner runs as an independent.  He carries most of the South but splits the anti-New Deal vote with Willkie in many important Northern states, allowing Perkins to win with a plurality.

1944:



President Frances Perkins/Vice President Scott Lucas 523 EV 66.9%
Clyde M. Reed (KS-SEN)/Raymond Willis (IN-SEN) 8 EV 29.5%
Walter F. George (GA-SEN)/Allen J. Ellender (LA-SEN) 2.9%

President Perkins pursues the Manhattan Project more aggressively than Roosevelt.  Initially this meant a less effective ground war, with Republicans criticizing Perkins as a weak war leader in what many expected would be a close race.  But her strategy paid off when nuclear weapons were successfully tested in the summer of 1944.  Following a series of attacks, Germany and Japan declare unconditional surrender on September 29th, 1944, officially ending WWII and giving Perkins the largest popular vote victory in US history.
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« Reply #4196 on: June 01, 2014, 07:31:10 pm »

Battle of the Brians
√ Brian Sandoval/Pat Toomey: 289 (50.7%)
Brian Schweitzer/Sherrod Brown: 249 (47.9%)

√ Kirsten Gilibrand/Martin Heinrich: 304 (50.0%)
Brian Sandoval/Pat Toomey: 234 (48.5%)
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« Reply #4197 on: June 02, 2014, 11:59:12 am »

1948 (After President Perkins)




General Dwight D. Eisenhower/Harry Truman (MO-SEN)  326 EV 52.5%

John W. Bricker (OH-GOV)/J. Strom Thurmond (SC-SEN) 205 EV 46.3%
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« Reply #4198 on: June 02, 2014, 10:56:05 pm »

President Bush upsets, wins re-election against Governor Clinton



President George H.W. Bush (R-TX)/Vice President Dan Quayle (R-IN) - 41.35%, 270 EV's
Governor Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Senator Paul Tsongas (D-MA) - 41.01%, 265 EV's
Businessman Ross Perot (I-TX)/Retired Vice Admiral James Stockdale (I-IL) - 17.0%, 0 EV's, 3 EV's

1996 - Senator Gore wipes the floor Former Secretary Kemp



Senator Al Gore (D-TN)/Senator Sam Nunn (D-GA) - 53.1%, 384 EV's
Former HUD Secretary Jack Kemp (R-NY)/Senator John McCain (R-AZ) - 45.2%, 154 EV's
Others - 1.7%, 0 EV's

2000 - President Gore eviserates Congressman Kasich



President Al Gore (D-TN)/Vice President Sam Nunn (D-GA) - 56.4%, 417 EV's
Congressman John Kasich (R-OH)/Former Defense Secretary Dick Cheney (R-WY) - 42.3%, 121 EV's
Others - 1.3%, 0 EV's

2004 - Vice President Nunn edges out Governor Bush



Vice President Sam Nunn (D-GA)/Senator John Kerry (D-MA) - 49.8%, 274 EV's
Governor George W. Bush (R-TX)/Governor Tom Ridge (R-PA) - 48.4%, 264 EV's
Others - 1.8%, 0 EV's

2008 - Re-Match, Bush wins decisively



Governor George W. Bush (R-TX)/Senator John McCain (R-AZ) - 51.9%, 325 EV's
President Sam Nunn (D-GA)/Vice President John Kerry (D-MA) - 46.1%, 213 EV's
Others - 2.0%
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« Reply #4199 on: June 03, 2014, 04:28:31 am »

1960 - Nixon Wins!


Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy / Texas Senator Lyndon B. Johnson - 234
Vice President Richard Nixon / Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; 303


1964: 16 Years & Counting: The Republican Reign of the 20th Century


Texas Senator Lyndon B. Johnson / Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy - 250
President Richard Nixon / Vice President Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; 288


1968: Deadlocked Nation


Alabama Governor George Wallace / Kentucky Senator Happy Chandler - 145
Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater / Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton - 194
Minnesota Senator Hubert H. Humphrey / Maine Senator Edmund Muskie - 199
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