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« Reply #4300 on: July 20, 2014, 06:56:38 am »

√ Sen. John Kerry/Sen. John Edwards: 279 (49.4%)
Pres. George W. Bush/Vice Pres. Dick Cheney: 259 (49.3%)

√ Mayor Rudy Giuliani/Gov. Tommy Thompson: 348 (52.3%)
President John Kerry/Vice Pres. John Edwards: 190 (45.2%)
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« Reply #4301 on: July 20, 2014, 01:34:32 pm »

1948 election: Truman vs Dewey.. how it could have turned out...

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« Reply #4302 on: July 20, 2014, 01:40:48 pm »

1960 election, Kennedy VS Nixon, how it could have turned out:

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« Reply #4303 on: July 20, 2014, 01:58:50 pm »

1976, how it could have happened:

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« Reply #4304 on: July 20, 2014, 02:04:56 pm »

2000 election, how it could have happened:

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« Reply #4305 on: July 20, 2014, 02:07:33 pm »

2004 election, how it could have happened:

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« Reply #4306 on: July 20, 2014, 05:55:53 pm »

1916 election, how it could have happened:

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« Reply #4307 on: July 20, 2014, 07:10:02 pm »
« Edited: July 20, 2014, 07:16:57 pm by OAM »

Hey guys, been awhile.  Just a short blurb at the start.  These are from a global TL I've been working on because I can't get it out of my head.  It's not really US centric, but these maps are always fun to make.  PoD is Stalin choking to death on dinner a few days after V-E day, and also includes such fun things as a Korean War twice as long involving public nuclear blackmail.  Also has quite a few of our favorite potential presidents to love and hate.  And yes, of the 5 elections, Republicans won 4, but only the PV once.

1948



Governor Thomas E. Dewey (R-NY)/Governor Earl Warren (R-CA) - 327 EV/44.2% PV
President Harry S. Truman (D-MO)/Senator Alben W. Barkley (D-KY) - 158 EV/49.7% PV
Senator Strom Thurmond (SR-SC)/Governor Fielding L. Wright (SR-MI) - 46 EV/ 5.9% PV

1952



Governor Adlai Stevenson (D-IL)/Senator Estes Kefauver (D-TN) - 428 EV/56.1% PV
President Thomas E. Dewey (R-NY)/Vice PresidentEarl Warren (R-CA) - 103 EV/43.5% PV

1956



Senator William F. Knowland (R-CA)/Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) - 315 EV/54.4% PV
President Adlai Stevenson (D-IL)/Vice President Estes Kefauver (D-TN) - 216 EV/45.1% PV

1960



President William F. Knowland (R-CA)/Vice President Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) - 272 EV/48.7% PV
Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (D-TX)/Senator Henry M. Jackson (D-WA) - 202 EV/ 37.9% PV
Senator Strom Thurmond (DC-SC)/Judge George Wallace (DC-AL) - 63 EV/10.4%
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1964



Governor Jim Rhodes (R-OH)/Governor Richard Nixon (R-CA) - 273 EV/48.9% PV
Senator John F. Kennedy (D-MA)/Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) - 265 EV/50.8% PV
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« Reply #4308 on: July 21, 2014, 11:56:41 am »

1964:

Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-AZ)/Gov. William Scranton (R-PA) 272EV 38.6%
Pres. Lyndon Johnson (D-TX)/Gov. Matthew Welsh (D-IN) 127EV 31.6%
Sen. Robert Kennedy (I-NY)/Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-MN) 139EV 29.8%
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« Reply #4309 on: July 21, 2014, 04:21:02 pm »

2004: Southern Showdown



Sen John Edwards D-NC/Sen Robert "Bob" Graham D-FL 279 EVS
Pres George W Bush R-TX/VP Richard "Dick" Cheney R-WY 259 EVS

2008: Down to the Wire



Sen Barack Obama/Sen William "Bill" Richardson D-NM 269 EVS
Fmr Gov Michael "Mike" Huckabee R-AR/Gov Charles "Charlie" Crist 269 EVS

House controlled by Democrats, Senate controlled by Republicans




2012: Two Angry Parties



Sen Jon Huntsman R-UT/Sen Marco Rubio R-FL 271 EVS
Pres Barack Obama/VP Charlie Crist D-FL 267 EVS

2016: Rough and Tumble



Pres Jon Huntsman R-UT/VP Marco Rubio R-FL 278 EVS
Sen Mark Warner D-VA/Sen Cory Booker D-NJ 260 EVS

2020: First Time for Everything



Sen Joni Ernst R-IA/Fmr Gov Susana Martinez R-NM 293 EVS
Sen Kirsten Gillibrand D-NY/Gov Tulsi Gabbard D-HI 245
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« Reply #4310 on: July 21, 2014, 08:07:23 pm »

2016 Republican Primaries

Senator Marco Rubio R-FL
Congressman Paul Ryan R-WI out after Virginia, endorsed Rubio after 2nd vote
Senator Rafael "Ted" Cruz R-TX out after Texas, did not endorse
Senator Randal "Rand" Paul R-KY out after Wyoming, endorsed Rubio
Former Senator Richard "Rick" Santorum R-PA, out after Nevada, endorsed Cruz
Former Neurosurgeon Benjamin "Ben" Carson R-MD out after South Carolina, endorsed Ryan
Governor Scott Walker R-WI out after Iowa, endorsed Ryan





2016: Republican Renaissance



Sen Marco Rubio R-FL/Gov Brian Sandoval R-NV 273 EVS
Fmr SoS Hillary Clinton D-NY/Sen Mark Warner D-VA 265 EVS
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« Reply #4311 on: July 21, 2014, 09:56:03 pm »

2016


Governor John Kasich (R-OH)/Governor Susana Martinez (R-NM): 275 EVs
Fmr. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-VA): 263 EVs
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« Reply #4312 on: July 22, 2014, 03:31:19 am »

Decided to give you that beauty Tongue

Second Republic of the Confederated States of America - 1961 Presidential Election:



Liberal Party of the Confederacy: Lyndon B Johnson (L-TX) - 168 EVs

Conservative Party of the Confederacy: James Eastland (C-MS) - 79 EVs

After the Second Secession in fall 1960, initated by Alabama and followed by many other southern states from Virginia to Oklahoma, the political landscape in the Confederacy soon split between supporters of an all-in war against the North (predominant in areas not bordering the Northern States), and supporters of a possible peace with the North, and maybe a reintegration into the USA, albeit with a greater autonomy (predominant in areas bordering the Northern States or the Atlantic Ocean, whereto the USA sent a great navy presence). The leader of the "War" or conservative fraction was James Eastland, former Senator from Mississippi,  while former Texas Senator and former Vice Presidential Candidate on the Democratic 1960 Election ticket Lyndon Johnson led the "Peace" or Liberal fraction. Eastland tried to portray Johnson as Kennedy's agent in the South, yet Johnson prevailed, albeit mostly due to strong Army presence on the borders. Reintegration talks with the North soon initiated.
(The lighter color in Missouri means that just parts of the state are under Confederate control).
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« Reply #4313 on: July 22, 2014, 03:43:15 pm »
« Edited: July 22, 2014, 03:47:46 pm by Dixiecrat »

1948: Thurmond Wins



Strom Thurmond (SR-SC) / Fielding Wright (SR-MS) EV=192
Harry Truman (D-MO) / Alben Barkley (D-KY) EV=148
Thomas Dewey (R-NY) / Earl Warren (R-CA) EV=148
Henry Wallace (P-IA) /Glen Taylor (P-ID) EV=43
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« Reply #4314 on: July 22, 2014, 03:57:56 pm »

1948: Thurmond Wins



Strom Thurmond (SR-SC) / Fielding Wright (SR-MS) EV=192
Harry Truman (D-MO) / Alben Barkley (D-KY) EV=148
Thomas Dewey (R-NY) / Earl Warren (R-CA) EV=148
Henry Wallace (P-IA) /Glen Taylor (P-ID) EV=43

Wouldn't this get thrown to the House?
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« Reply #4315 on: July 24, 2014, 03:33:48 pm »

2024:


Sen Joni Ernst R-IA/Gov John Tyler Hammons R-OK 277 EVS
Gov Tulsi Gabbard D-HI/Sen Kirsten Gillibrand D-NY 261 EVS
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« Reply #4316 on: July 29, 2014, 05:58:14 pm »

√ Sec. of State Hillary Clinton/Gov. Charlie Crist: 299 (50.0%)
Gov. John Kasich/Gov. Susana Martinez: 239 (48.5%)

√ Sen. Brian Sandoval/Sen. Kelly Ayotte: 291 (50.7%)
Vice Pres. Charlie Crist/Sen. Tammy Baldwin: 247 (47.9%)
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« Reply #4317 on: August 01, 2014, 04:45:54 pm »

√ Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte: 325 (52.5%)
Joe Biden/Martin Heinrich: 213 (45.9%)

√ Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte: 380 (54.9%)
Martin O'Malley/Gavin Newsom: 158 (43.5%)
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« Reply #4318 on: August 02, 2014, 11:30:17 pm »

1940 - President Business



Businessman Wendell Willkie (R-NY)/Minority Leader Charles McNary (R-OR) - 50.2%, 295 EV's
Secretary of State Cordell Hull (D-TN)/Governor Paul McNutt (D-IN) - 48.9%, 234 EV's
Others - 0.9%, 0 EV's

1948 - The Most Contentious Election



General Dwight Eisenhower (D-NY)/Senator Harry Truman (D-MO) - 48.4%, 269 EV's
President Wendell Willkie (R-NY)/Senator John W. Bricker (R-OH) - 46.7%, 224 EV's
Governor Strom Thurmond (SR-SC)/Governor Fielding Wright (SR-MS) - 2.8%, 38 EV's
Others - 2.1%, 0 EV's

1956 - A Third Term of President Ike!



President Dwight Eisenhower (D-NY)/Vice President Harry Truman (D-MO) - 52.8%, 434 EV's
Senator William F. Knowland (R-CA)/Senator Henry Cabot Lodge (R-MA) - 44.9%, 97 EV's
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« Reply #4319 on: August 02, 2014, 11:51:02 pm »

^Nice. What happens in '52? Eisenhower landslide?
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« Reply #4320 on: August 02, 2014, 11:56:39 pm »

^Nice. What happens in '52? Eisenhower landslide?

I don't feel like making the map tonight, but Eisenhower wipes the floor with Bricker/Mickelson, something like 57-42.
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« Reply #4321 on: August 03, 2014, 08:47:15 am »

1928
√ Pres. Calvin Coolidge: 467 (58.9%)
Gov. Al Smith: 64 (40.9%)

1932

√ Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 472 (58.1%)
Vice Pres. Charles G. Dawes: 59 (41.4%)

1936

√ Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 532 (60.8%)
Gov. Alf Landon: 8 (36.5%)

1940
√ Fmr. Sec. of Commerce Herbert Hoover: 273 (50.2%)
Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 258 (48.9%)

1944
√ Pres. Herbert Hoover: 429 (57.7%)
Fmr. Vice Pres. John N. Garner: 102 (42.2%)

1948

√ Gen. Dwight Eisenhower: 449 (59.1%)
Sen. Harry Truman: 82 (39.9%)

1952
√ Pres. Dwight Eisenhower: 482 (60.2%)
Gov. Adali Stevenson: 49 (38.9%)

1956
√ Pres. Dwight Eisenhower: 492 (61.1%)
Gov. Adali Stevenson: 39 (37.9%)

Presidents of the United States: 1929-1961
30th: Calvin Coolidge: Aug. 2, 1923 - Jan. 5, 1933
31st: Charles G. Dawes: Jan. 5, 1933 - Mar. 4, 1933
32. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Mar. 4, 1993 - Jan. 20, 1941
33. Herbert Hoover: Jan. 20, 1941 - Jan. 20, 1949
34. Dwight Eisenhower: Jan. 20, 1949 - Jan. 20, 1961
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« Reply #4322 on: August 03, 2014, 08:10:24 pm »


32. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Mar. 4, 1993 - Jan. 20, 1941

FDR IS TIME LORD AFTER ALL!
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« Reply #4323 on: August 03, 2014, 09:39:45 pm »


32. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Mar. 4, 1993 - Jan. 20, 1941

FDR IS TIME LORD AFTER ALL!

Oops!

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« Reply #4324 on: August 04, 2014, 10:23:23 am »

2016



Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio (Democratic Party)
Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and Senator Scott Brown of New Hampshire (Republican Party)

2020



Governor Anna Atkins of Colorado and Former Senator Rachel Frazier of Virginia (Democratic Party)
Governor Donald Clybourn of Texas and Senator Paul Allen of Minnesota (Republican Party)

2024



President Donald Clybourn of Texas and Vice President Paul Allen of Minnesota (Republican Party)
Governor Bruce Flannagan of Maryland and Congresswoman Alexis Carter of Georgia (Democratic Party)

2028



Congressman Aaron Marquez of New Jersey and DNC Chairwoman Maciejewski of Kentucky (Democratic Party)
Governor Barbara Mills of Ohio and Congressman Scott Hanley of New York (Republican Party)

2032



President Barbara Mills of Ohio and Vice President Scott Hanley of New York (Republican Party)
Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court Greg McGraw of West Virginia and Former Senator Patricia George of Texas (Democratic Party)
Activist Brandy Evans of Ohio and Journalist Krista Ramirez of Arizona (United Socialist Party)

2036



Vice President Scott Hanley of New York and Activist Michael Brandt of California (Republican Party)
Congresswoman Lisa Gamache of Texas and Former Attorney General Bill Hyman of New York (Democratic Party)
Blog Editor Haley Thompson of Indiana and Activist Krystal Chamberlain of California (United Socialist Party)

2040



President Lisa Gamache of Texas and Vice President Bill Hyman of New York (Democratic Party)
Governor Shelly Hepburn of Maryland and Senator Nelson Tsukida of Florida (Republican Party)
Journalist Ann Hall of Pennsylvania and Lawyer Deborah McGuire of Florida

2044



Vice President Bill Hyman of New York and Governor Rebecca Robinson of California (Democratic Party)
Former Secretary of Defense Elizabeth White of Michigan and Congresswoman Sara Rosenberg of Florida (Republican Party)
Senator Devyn Wallace-Henderson of Montana and Senator Beth Kees of California (United Socialist Party)

2048



President Bill Hyman of New York and Vice President Rebecca Robinson of California (Democratic Party)
Associate Justice James Coleman of North Carolina and Senator Lucrecia Hanson of California (Republican Party)
Governor Donald Stephens of Pennsylvania and House Socialist Leader Ellie Fernandez of California (United Socialist Party)
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