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« Reply #100 on: December 20, 2020, 04:53:16 PM »

2025-2033: Chris Christie/Condoleezza Rice
2033-2037: Rep. Pete Buttigieg/Sen. Eva Moskowitz
2037-2041: Gov. Reihan Salam(R-CA)/Sen. Brandon Washington(R-NY)
2041-2049: Gov. Mack Beggs(D-TX)/Sen. Sharice Davids(D-KS)
2049-: Sen. Megan McCain(R-AZ)/Gov. Oren Cass(R-MA)

I’m assuming that the Chamber of Commerce Democrats/AFL-CIO Republicans comes to pass here, but without Hawley.
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« Reply #101 on: December 20, 2020, 05:02:07 PM »

2025-2033: Chris Christie/Condoleezza Rice
2033-2037: Rep. Pete Buttigieg/Sen. Eva Moskowitz
2037-2041: Gov. Reihan Salam(R-CA)/Sen. Brandon Washington(R-NY)
2041-2049: Gov. Mack Beggs(D-TX)/Sen. Sharice Davids(D-KS)
2049-: Sen. Megan McCain(R-AZ)/Gov. Oren Cass(R-MA)

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« Reply #102 on: January 04, 2021, 11:33:46 PM »

You only know the names of two of them. You have not heard of the other three.
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« Reply #103 on: January 05, 2021, 12:38:52 AM »
« Edited: January 05, 2021, 08:39:21 AM by RussFeingoldWasRobbed »

VP Joe Biden(D-DE)/Senator Kamala Harris(D-CA) 2021-2025
Governor Ron DeSantis(R-FL)/Former Rep. Will Hurd(R-TX) 2025-2033
Governor Stacey Abrams(D-GA)/Rep. Ben McAdams(D-UT) 2033-2041
Senator Anthony Gonzalez(R-OH)/Senator Kimberly Yee(R-AZ) 2041-2049
Commerce Secretary Andrew Yang(D-NY)/Gov. Paulette Jordan(D-ID) 2049-2057
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« Reply #104 on: January 05, 2021, 03:16:00 AM »
« Edited: January 05, 2021, 05:40:52 AM by EastwoodS »

Tbh, I'd rather just predict the EC and state that I believe Desantis, Rubio, Stefanik, or Nunez could become president while Abrams, Cortez, A BLM activist, or Julian Castro could maybe become president or could become the nominee.
2024: Repudiation of Harris. PV D+2

2028: Moderate Republican re-elected. PV R+2

2032: Democrat wins presidency in a nail-bitter. PV D+3

2036 Democrat President re-elected PV D+6:

2040:Republican wins. PV R+3

2044: Republican wins relection. PV R+5

2048:VP of Republican wins, but the EC looks much different than what we are used to today PV R+0



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« Reply #105 on: January 30, 2021, 01:48:52 PM »

2024:
Kamala Harris (D)

2028:
Kamala Harris (D)

2032:
Pete Buttigeig (D)

2036:
Republican from Midwest (R)

2040
Republican from Midwest (R)

2044
Republican from South (R)

2048
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D)
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« Reply #106 on: February 06, 2021, 04:49:50 PM »

Bump again. Does Harris become President?
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« Reply #107 on: November 12, 2021, 10:43:08 PM »
« Edited: November 12, 2021, 10:49:30 PM by Anaphylactic-Statism »

46. Vice President Kamala Harris (2026-2029); really hesitant to say both Biden and Trump are healthy in 2024 but going with that, the Democrats fall apart during the Iran War
47. Senator Josh Hawley (2029-2033); promises to win the war quickly, actually expands it
48. Senator Ruben Gallego (2033-2041); the big inspiring realigner
49. Vice President Pete Buttigieg (2041-2045); snubbed for VP by Harris in 2028, returns as the Washington insider counterbalance to Gallego's progressivism
50. Governor Dan Crenshaw (2045-2053); the moderate-ish reprisal after several huge Sun Belt wipeouts
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« Reply #108 on: November 13, 2021, 12:11:18 AM »

It still kind of blows my mind that Biden became a US Senator as far back as 1973.  So if you were doing this exercise during Nixon's second term, you'd be able to say that nine presidents later, we'll have a president who's already in the US Senate.
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« Reply #109 on: November 13, 2021, 02:41:10 PM »

It still kind of blows my mind that Biden became a US Senator as far back as 1973.  So if you were doing this exercise during Nixon's second term, you'd be able to say that nine presidents later, we'll have a president who's already in the US Senate.


The 48-year gap between Biden's first election to the Senate and his inauguration as president would be analogous to someone being elected president in 1968 who had entered Congress on the heels of World War One.
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« Reply #110 on: November 13, 2021, 02:46:11 PM »

It still kind of blows my mind that Biden became a US Senator as far back as 1973.  So if you were doing this exercise during Nixon's second term, you'd be able to say that nine presidents later, we'll have a president who's already in the US Senate.


The 48-year gap between Biden's first election to the Senate and his inauguration as president would be analogous to someone being elected president in 1968 who had entered Congress on the heels of World War One.

Who among us ever thought the Silent generation would ever get a president this late?

If Jon Ossoff won the presidency in 2064, he would be younger than Biden at his inauguration!
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« Reply #111 on: November 13, 2021, 07:32:05 PM »

47. Kamala Harris (2029-2033)

48. Peter Meijer (2033-2041)

49. Marco Rubio (2041-2045)

50. Jon Ossoff (2045-2053)

51. A Republican Generation Z'er currently in school (2053-?)
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« Reply #112 on: November 14, 2021, 06:04:10 PM »

2023-2025 Kamala Harris
2025-2029 Donald Trump
2029-2033 Tucker Carlson
2033-2033 Stacy Abrams
2033-2037 Alexandra Cortez
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« Reply #113 on: November 14, 2021, 08:27:03 PM »

Update:
2021-2025 Joe Biden
2025-2033 Donald Trump Jr
2033-2042 Burgess Owens
2042-2051 (Disputed among numerous “presidents”)
2051-2056 (Currently an unknown National Guard Colonel from California)
2056-2064 (Currently an unknown Lawyer residing in Texas)

This is not going to be a good timeline as you can tell. We really should have voted for Ford in 1976.
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« Reply #114 on: November 15, 2021, 01:06:41 AM »

46: Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. / Senator Kamala D. Harris (2021-2027)
47: Vice President Kamala D. Harris / Former Governor Roy A. Cooper (2027-2029)
48: Governor Ronald D. DeSantis / Senator Joshua M. Hawley (2029-2033)
49: Senator Raphael Warnock / Senator Ruben Gallego  (2037-2041)
50: Vice President Ruben Gallego / Governor Sharice Davids (2041-20XX)


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« Reply #115 on: November 15, 2021, 08:30:13 AM »

I feel like we will go back to 8 year dem, 8 year rep, 8 year dem, etc

As we learned this year, it’s very difficult to take down an incumbent, so barring another Trump level disaster, we should (hopefully) go back to the boring politics of 1992-2016

Funny, I actually think it's the opposite.

Politics is more fraught these days. I think we're going to see quite a few one-term presidents in the next 20 years.

Maybe not as many as in the 1800s between Jackson and Lincoln (24 years of one-termers or Presidents who didn't finish their term!) but it will be chaotic.
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« Reply #116 on: November 15, 2021, 08:47:39 AM »

46: Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. / Senator Kamala D. Harris (2021-2027)
47: Vice President Kamala D. Harris / Former Governor Roy A. Cooper (2027-2029)
48: Governor Ronald D. DeSantis / Senator Joshua M. Hawley (2029-2033)
49: Senator Raphael Warnock / Senator Ruben Gallego  (2037-2041)
50: Vice President Ruben Gallego / Governor Sharice Davids (2041-20XX)



Yes, Canada is this left wing, not the US tho.
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« Reply #117 on: November 15, 2021, 10:37:04 AM »

I feel like we will go back to 8 year dem, 8 year rep, 8 year dem, etc

As we learned this year, it’s very difficult to take down an incumbent, so barring another Trump level disaster, we should (hopefully) go back to the boring politics of 1992-2016

Funny, I actually think it's the opposite.

Politics is more fraught these days. I think we're going to see quite a few one-term presidents in the next 20 years.

Maybe not as many as in the 1800s between Jackson and Lincoln (24 years of one-termers or Presidents who didn't finish their term!) but it will be chaotic.

So much of that was health-related with the limits of 19th century medicine, though.  Imagine COVID was 10X deadlier, 10X more likely to cause permanent disability, and practically untreatable for a generation.  That's what you were facing if you traveled around the country doing social events in the mid 19th century, particularly in the South. 
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« Reply #118 on: November 15, 2021, 12:33:45 PM »

I feel like we will go back to 8 year dem, 8 year rep, 8 year dem, etc

As we learned this year, it’s very difficult to take down an incumbent, so barring another Trump level disaster, we should (hopefully) go back to the boring politics of 1992-2016

Funny, I actually think it's the opposite.

Politics is more fraught these days. I think we're going to see quite a few one-term presidents in the next 20 years.

Maybe not as many as in the 1800s between Jackson and Lincoln (24 years of one-termers or Presidents who didn't finish their term!) but it will be chaotic.

So much of that was health-related with the limits of 19th century medicine, though.  Imagine COVID was 10X deadlier, 10X more likely to cause permanent disability, and practically untreatable for a generation.  That's what you were facing if you traveled around the country doing social events in the mid 19th century, particularly in the South. 

sure, Harrison and Taylor wouldn't have died if they had access to modern medicine.

But that's not the reason why Van Buren lost re-election, why Tyler and Fillmore failed to get re-nominated, or why Pierce and Buchannan retired. Governing the US at that time was a thankless task and none of the people at the top were up for the job--sound familiar?
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« Reply #119 on: November 15, 2021, 01:23:07 PM »

47.  Ron DeSantis (R-FL); 2025-33
48.  Nikki Haley (R-SC); 2033-37
49.  Mondaire Jones (D-NY); 2037-45
50.  Will Haskell (D-CT); 2045-49 
51.  Caleb Hanna (R-WV); 2049-57
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« Reply #120 on: November 15, 2021, 07:16:18 PM »
« Edited: November 15, 2021, 11:08:49 PM by JD Vance for Senate »

2024: Former President Trump wins in a major upset after economic problems despite a (popular) war. Harris wins the P.V. Biden resigns at some point during his second term either because of declining health or impeachment. The house elect Trump, after a spoiler candidate allows Trump to win NH with a plurality.



President Kamala Harris/Governor Roy Cooper: 50.0% P.V.
Former President Donald Trump/Senator Josh Hawley: 47.7% P.V.

2028: The war and economic malaise ends and Hawley is comfortable elected president, despite a strong challenge from Harris who wins the P.V.



Former President Kamala Harris/Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley: 49.9% P.V.
Vice President Josh Hawley/Governor Ron Desantis: 48.3% P.V.


2032: The economy is booming and there is peace both at home and abroad. He is comfortably re-elected against a liberal challenger. Hawley becomes the first Republican to win the NPV since George W Bush nearly 30 years earlier. The Green party declines to nominate a candidate and endorses AOC but in the end it only results in them flipping Michigan.



President Josh Hawley/Vice President Ron Desantis: 50.6% P.V.

Senator Alexandria Ocasio Cortez/Representative Cori Bush: 49.3% P.V.

2036: The economy is showing signs of another economic recession and the Democrats elect moderate senator Krysten Sinema in hopes of winning back Democrats who supported Trump and Hawley. Their strategy works and they lose to DeSantis, as well as win a landslide in both the popular vote/electoral college (53/45 P.V.).



Senator Krysten Sinema/Senator Jon Ossoff: 53.5% P.V.
Vice President Ron DeSantis/Senator J.D. Vance: 44.9% P.V.

2040: President Sinema is comfortable re-elected by a double digit margin as well as a nearly 400-point landslide. Sinema is popular overall despite a left-wing primary challenger and Marjory Taylor Greene who was expected to lose re-election due to the increasing suburbanization of her district as well as her narrowing margin wins despite a good year for the GOP in 2038, decides to run and win the GOP nomination since polls showed that she was vulnerable in her district. She chooses senator Joni Ernst in hopes of connecting with females as well as more establishment voters. Her strategy does not work and her endorsed candidate loses her house seat to a Democrat. Sinema also becomes the first incumbent president to have beat a formidable primary challenger to win the general election, something Ford, Carter, Bush Sr., Trump, and Harris were not able to do.




President Krysten Sinema/Vice President Jon Ossoff: 54.1% P.V.
Representative Marjory Taylor Greene/Senator Joni Ernst: 40.3% P.V.
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« Reply #121 on: November 16, 2021, 10:19:34 AM »

2025-2029: Donald Trump (R-FL)
2029-2033: Kristi Noem (R-SD)
2033-2041: Michelle Wu (D-MA)
2041-2049: Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL)
2049-2057: Jon Ossoff (D-GA)

2024: Trump narrowly wins the EC by flipping Arizona, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania (275-263) despite losing the popular vote by 2.5%.

2028: VP Noem defeats former VP Harris in the battle to be the first female president. Harris barely wins the popular vote at just 0.8%. Noem flips Nevada, New Hampshire, Michigan, and NE-02.

2032: Democrats nominate outsider Michelle Wu, the Governor of Massachusetts who proved her electoral power when she defeated the popular Charlie Baker in the Democratic wave of 2026. Wu defeats Noem in a landslide after her administration failed to address the automation crisis. Wu flips back WI, MI, PA, AZ, NV, and NH, and manages to flip North Carolina and Florida back to the Democrats — and finally wining Texas (390-148), and the popular vote by a whopping 6.1%.

2036: The Wu administration was largely successful and managed to finally add DC as a state and implemented universal healthcare. She wins a comfort re-election against Ohio Senator Josh Mandel, though Mandel managed to flip back Wisconsin, Texas, and Florida (310-228) and Wu won the popular vote by “only” 4.3%.

2040: After eight years in the wilderness, Republicans decided to nominate a Latina candidate to put a dent in the Hispanic/Latino vote. They nominate Florida Congresswoman Anna Paulina Luna, who manages to flip back AZ, NV, PA, WI, NC, and even New Mexico (286-252), and finally, the popular vote for the first time since 2004 and the second time since 1992, by a margin of 1.7%. She defeated Virginia Senator Pete Buttigieg.

2044: Luna proved to be a controversial president after establishing the Department of Immigrant and Border Security and implemented some of the strictest immigration and refugee laws, despite the refugee crisis as a result of climate change. In the most controversial election since 2020, Democrats flipped Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, while Luna managed to flip Michigan, which resulted in a 269-269 electoral tie. Despite Democratic nominee NJ Senator Andy Kim winning the popular vote by 2.1%, the House re-elected Luna as President— but the Democratic Senate did make Kim’s running mate Jon Ossoff the new Vice President, resulting in a historical party split between the President and Vice President.

2048: Vice President Ossoff ran a strong campaign against the Former GOP Vice President that he was elected over in the previous election. Ossoff won back Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and North Carolina - but failed to win any of PA/MI/WI (315-223) and won the popular vote by 3.9%. Election reform was the biggest campaign issue and enough states finally signed the NPVIC to effectively eliminate the electoral college.

2052: Ossoff won re-election against his Republican Governor opponent after his well-received handling of the refugee crisis and climate management. Though the electoral college remained as a de jure part of the electoral system, Ossoff is de facto considered the first president elected via the popular vote, which he won by 3.5% — though he would have won the electoral college anyway.
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« Reply #122 on: November 25, 2021, 06:56:07 AM »

2024- Biden barely beats Trump in another razor thin victory, however the stress of the job and advanced age mean he must resign midway though his second term making president 47 Kamala Harris.

2028- Kamala loses to DeSantis in a kind of 2016 redux

2032- DeSantis does what his master couldn't and wins reelection against some white guy, maybe Pete

Beyond this is really impossible to guess as the central players by the mid 2030's will probably be totally new figures we haven't heard of yet. I imagine a Democratic victory as the planet would probably be in pretty bad shape after eight years of DeSantis. Believe it or not this is actually my optimistic prediction, assuming Trump doesn't become president again.
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« Reply #123 on: November 25, 2021, 10:32:29 AM »
« Edited: November 25, 2021, 11:40:15 AM by Tortilla Soup »

46. Former Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) | 2021-2027
47. Vice President Kamala Harris (D-CA) | 2027-2029
48. FOX News Host Tucker Carlson (R-FL) | 2029-2037
49. Vice President Paul Gosar (R-AZ) | 2037-2038
50. Vice President Nick Fuentes (R-IL) | 2038-?


Brief synopsis:

Biden defeats Trump in a rematch in 2024 because he has the incumbency advantage and beats him by an even larger margin than in the previous election, seeing marginal gains among minority voters. In 2027, out to concerns for his health, Biden resigns, allowing Harris to become President. A mild recession occurs while Harris is in office and her inability to work with a republican congress worsens the crisis. Ignoring their 2024 election autopsy, Republican voters nominate the controversial FOX news television host Tucker Carlson, who defeats Harris in the general election. The Carlson administration plays constitutional hardball and passes nationalist policies and voting restrictions over the span of two terms. His vice president, former Arizona Senator Paul Gosar, then wins the presidency in 2036 in a controversial election that is condemened by international observers. A year into his presidency, Gosar perishes in a terrorist attack which is blamed on radical left wing groups. His Vice President, the young and articulate former white house press secretary Nick Fuentes, becomes President.
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« Reply #124 on: November 25, 2021, 12:22:14 PM »

47. Donald Trump (R-NV) 2025-2029

Trump defeats Vice President Kamala Harris 281-257 flipping Nevada, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania

48. Stacey Abrams (D-GA) 2029-2033

Abrams defeats Vice President Ron DeSantis 290-248 flipping back Nevada, Arizona, plus being the first Democrat to carry North Carolina since Barack Obama in 2008

49. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) 2033-2037

DeSantis unseats President Abrams 287-251 flipping back Nevada, North Carolina, and Michigan

50. Jon Ossoff (D-GA) 2037-2045

Ossoff unseats Presisdent DeSantis 316-222 flipping Texas, Nevada, and North Carolina. In 2040, he flips back Michigan and Florida winning 363-175.

51. Josh Hawley (R-MO) 2045-2053

DeSantis' former VP makes a comeback defeating Jamaal Bowman 270-268 flipping back Nevada, Arizona (which took a month to call), Florida, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Maine, Michigan, and Minnesota. He wins again in 2048 with 276 electoral votes flipping NE-02 and New Mexico
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