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« Reply #1350 on: December 24, 2021, 04:50:57 PM »

*The population of all counties that voted for Hillary Clinton in both 2008 and 2016's D primary increase in population by 50%. The population of all counties that voted for her opponents both times is halved.
*There are 48 states, and one of them is PR. Congress and President Clinton gave statehood to PR in 2017.
*Vermont is part of New Hampshire
*There is a single Dakota
*Wyoming on the map represents the state of Mojave, the largest state in the union by population, south of California and west of Arizona. The actual Wyoming is part of Montana.
*There is a single state of Pacifica. It's larger than Hawaii but smaller than Alaska in land area. 

2004:



Slightly bigger R win, as Dubya wins over many conservative Democrats.

2008:



McCain did not choose Palin, who doesn't hold statewide office. Instead he would try and recruit Condi Rice. Doesn't matter in the end. Clinton's running mate is someone generic like Evan Bayh.

2012:



It is unclear who has won ME, as Clinton only leads by 305 there. The second closest state is MN, where Clinton has won by about 3341 votes. FL and PA, the deciding states, are both over R+1. Donald Trump ran as a more jovial candidate vs OTL 2016, but reveals his true boorish colors as President.

2016:



Former President Clinton pulls a Grover Cleveland. The EC map may be a tad boring, but Clinton improved across the board, excluding certain high income suburban areas in the south. Democrats were hoping for a bigger win and are disappointed in IA and OH, but many analysts believe Trump mainly won those states thanks to incumbency.

Clinton's new VP is Barack Obama, who is likely to run in 2020. Donald Trump is more damaged, as events similar to the 2021 Capitol Riot occur in January 2017 but go over worse than OTL and Republicans in general are forced to condemn it at least in public.
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« Reply #1351 on: December 25, 2021, 02:51:04 AM »



Lyndon B. Johnson-Pat Brown 269 electoral votes 48.7 percent
Richard M. Nixon-Henry Cabot Lodge 207 electoral votes 48.9 percent
Harry Byrd-Ross Barnett 61 electoral votes 2.3 percent
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« Reply #1352 on: December 26, 2021, 09:49:59 AM »

An Electoral Collegified map of the highest legal speed limit in each state.  70 MPH wins with a majority.  Data link

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« Reply #1353 on: December 26, 2021, 06:40:01 PM »

2012


2016


2020


Obama and Romney both pull a Cleveland
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« Reply #1354 on: December 26, 2021, 09:51:54 PM »

2000:

PV: Gore +2.3 (2,300,000)

2004:

PV: Gore +1.0 (1,100,00)

2008:

PV: Obama +10.2 (12,000,000)

2012:

PV: Obama +6.0 (8,000,000)

2016:

PV: Clinton +5.7% (9,000,000)

2020:

PV: Gillibrand +4.9 (7,250,000)

2024:

PV: Bullock +12.2 (21,500,000)

2028:

PV: Bullock +20.0 (39,800,000)

2032:

PV: Kelly +23.8 (60,100,000)

2036:

PV: Ocasio-Cortez +3.0 (6,000,000)

2040:

PV: Kinzinger +0.5 (1,000,000)
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« Reply #1355 on: December 28, 2021, 06:55:26 PM »

2016 TL where the 2nd place candidates are the nominees:

2016 Senate (D+6) 52D-48R


2018 Senate R+6 (54R-46D)


2020:


2020 Senate D+1 (53R-47D
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« Reply #1356 on: January 01, 2022, 08:48:33 PM »
« Edited: January 01, 2022, 10:11:45 PM by bagelman »



This is a world where most of Canada is part of the USA.

Democrats win: ON [18], MB [4], CS (former BC) [8]

Republicans win: NS [3], NB (includes PEI) [3], QC [12], SK [3], AB [7], NU [0], NT [0], YT [0]

Democrats 296, Republicans 229, undecided 29

Newfoundland is an independent county strongly tied with the UK.
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« Reply #1357 on: January 06, 2022, 07:07:52 AM »



The Republican is saner than Trump but knows how to appeal to both moderates and his old cultists. Kamala Harris is the opposite.

Major D trending states include NH, MN, CO, and HI.

Major R trending states include NY, CA, and MD. Democrats came relatively close to only winning 35 EV, less than Carter '80. Upstate New York might has well have been Alabama in this election.



Democrats recapture the White House in 2028.

Major D trending states include ME, OR. WI and PA both vote to the left of MI.

R trending states include RI, NC, and especially FL which was the only state to swing right from 2024.
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« Reply #1358 on: January 10, 2022, 11:22:58 PM »

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« Reply #1359 on: January 11, 2022, 12:37:41 AM »



Would be a fun matchup if it ever happens
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« Reply #1360 on: January 11, 2022, 09:05:37 AM »



..VT for Bloomberg?! I think not.
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« Reply #1361 on: January 12, 2022, 05:38:15 AM »



In honour of the recent College Football National Championship, I present to you, the SEC Election!
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« Reply #1362 on: January 12, 2022, 09:33:56 PM »

The first in a series of maps:

2016 Presidential Election-Republican Primaries
As President Stephen Harper (R-TX) ended his second term as President, he enjoyed only middling approval ratings and Democratic majorities in both the House and the Senate. Vice President Rona Ambrose (R-ID) declined to seek the Republican Nomination, leaving the Republican primaries wide open.

Candidates

House Minority Leader Andrew Scheer, Representative for Kansas's 2nd District
Senator Max Bernier of Pennsylvania
Senator Joe Oliver of Virginia
Senator Erin O'Toole of Ohio
Representative Brad Trost, Representative for Nebraska's 2nd District
Representative Lisa Raitt, Representative for Pennsylvania's 1st District (Vice Presidential nominee)

Declined
Vice President Rona Ambrose of Idaho
Governor Brad Wall of North Dakota (running for re-election)
Former Senator Peter MacKay of New Hampshire
Senator Jason Kenney of Utah (running for re-election)

 
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« Reply #1363 on: January 12, 2022, 11:10:53 PM »

1952:



Governor Adlai Stevenson (D - IL)/Senator Hubert Humphrey (D - MN): 353 EVs
Senator Robert Taft (R - OH)/Senator William F. Knowland (R - CA): 121 EVs
Governor Strom Thurmond (STR - SC)/Senator John Sparkman (STR - AL): 57 EVs

1956:



President Adlai Stevenson (D - IL)/Vice President Hubert Humphrey (D - MN): 352 EVs
Senator William F. Knowland (R - CA)/Senator Everett Dirksen (R - IL): 152 EVs
Senator John Sparkman (STR - AL)/Congressman John Stennis (STR - MS): 27 EVs



Vice President Hubert Humphrey (D - MN)/Senator John F. Kennedy (D - MA): 400 EVs
Senator Barry M. Goldwater (R - AZ)/Senator Bourke Hickenlooper (R - IA): 137 EVs
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« Reply #1364 on: January 14, 2022, 07:49:49 PM »

https://twitter.com/rpyers/status/1481412641541136386

I merged each county into a state with the most similar population available, leaving all counties with less people than Stanislaus in a rump CA. AZ also got Imperial County because of geographic issues with the rump CA which pushes Biden up to D+0.72 in 2020. Utah is slightly larger than the rump CA as of 2010. Courtesy of https://tonymoo2228.github.io/StatesFun/

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« Reply #1365 on: January 14, 2022, 10:16:52 PM »

2016 Election:

Sanders/Warren (D): 330 EV/ 51.9% PV
Trump/Pence (R): 208 EV/ 44.9% PV

SENATE:

D: 54 (+8)
R: 46 (-8)

HOUSE:
D: 229 (+41)
R: 206 (-41)

2018 Elections:


R: 55 (+10)
D: 45 (-10)

HOUSE:
R: 259 (+53)
D: 176 (-53)

2020:

Gingrich/Rubio (R): 46.6% PV/ 274 EV
Sanders/Warren (D): 50.0% PV/ 264 EV

SENATE:

R: 50 (-5)
D: 50 (+5)

HOUSE:
R: 230 (-29)
D: 205 (+29)

2022:

SENATE:

D: 57 (+7)
R: 43 (-7)

HOUSE:
D: 280 (+75)
R: 155 (-75)
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« Reply #1366 on: January 15, 2022, 11:37:47 PM »

1976: Reagan nominated, beats Carter narrowly



1980: Reagan suffers from what Carter did OTL, Ted Kennedy defeats him



1984: Kennedy falls victim to zero year curse, Bentsen continues moderate version of Kennedy's economic liberalism and rebounds America to defeat former VP Schweiker

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« Reply #1367 on: January 16, 2022, 08:23:10 PM »



President John Quincy Adams entered office in 1835, following the death of President John Marshall in his second term. Adams faced Democrat Andrew Jackson, who ran on a populist platform that critiqued the pro-business attitudes of the Federalists as well as the elitist tendencies within the Constitutionalist party. The Constitutionalist party, founded in 1832 when the Democratic-Republicans split on the question of nominating Andrew Jackson over former Vice President John C. Calhoun, was now much weaker than it once had been, drawing most of its support from the planter class and ardent regionalists in the south. The split between the Constitutionalists, with their emphasis on strict constructionism and classical republicanism, and the Democrats, with their populist, pro-democracy and anti-elitist campaign, helped to hand President Adams a narrow victory driven by northern support.
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« Reply #1368 on: January 21, 2022, 02:38:29 PM »
« Edited: January 21, 2022, 02:42:49 PM by Unconditional Surrender Truman »

1792: Washington Retires
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« Reply #1369 on: January 21, 2022, 03:13:24 PM »
« Edited: January 21, 2022, 03:16:33 PM by #PACK THE COURTS »

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« Reply #1370 on: January 21, 2022, 03:16:54 PM »
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1788-89 U.S. vice presidential election



1792 U.S. vice presidential election



1796 U.S. vice presidential election*
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« Reply #1371 on: January 21, 2022, 04:24:41 PM »
« Edited: January 21, 2022, 11:48:42 PM by Unconditional Surrender Truman »

1808: Madison's Quadrille

General Election




Contingent Election (President)




Contingent Election (Vice President)

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« Reply #1372 on: January 22, 2022, 02:27:32 AM »



Using the new feature. GA with the Maine/Nebraska rule
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« Reply #1373 on: January 22, 2022, 03:29:40 AM »
« Edited: January 24, 2022, 10:02:19 AM by BigVic »



Fmr. Sec of State Hillary R. Clinton (D-NY)/Sen Timothy M. Kaine (D-VA) 274 (48.1%)
Mr. Donald J. Trump (D-NY)/Gov Michael R. Pence (R-IN) 253 (47.2%)
Fmr CIA Officer D. Evan McMullin (R-UT)/Ms Mindy Finn 4 (0.8%)


2016 with a record number of faithless electors after a narrow Hillary win
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« Reply #1374 on: January 24, 2022, 03:24:28 PM »



2016 by Proportional Popular (PVS) with all OTL faithless electors.
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