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« on: July 22, 2020, 10:48:12 PM »

Here's mine for President, Senate and Governor:

Presidential:

1996: Perot
2000: Nader
2004: empty
2008: Obama
2012: Johnson
2016: Trump
2020: Will most likely vote for Jorgensen

Senate:

1998: Voinovich
2000: DeWine
2004: Voinovich
2006: Brown
2010: Pryce
2012: Rupert
2016: Portman
2018: empty
2022: not sure

Governor:

1998: Taft
2002: Taft
2006: Strickland
2010: Kasich
2014: Kasich
2018: Irvine
2022: Almost certainly going to vote for DeWine at this point
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« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2020, 11:36:44 PM »
« Edited: June 10, 2021, 12:11:44 AM by Frodo »

Presidential:

2000: Gov. George W. Bush (R -TX)
2004: Sen. John Kerry (D -MA)
2008: Sen. Barack Obama (D -IL)
2012: Pres. Barack Obama (D)
2016: Former Sec. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D)
2020: Former VP Joe Biden, Jr. (D)

VA Senate:

2000: George Allen (R)
2002: Sen. John Warner (R)
2006: Jim Webb (D)
2008: Mark Warner (D)
2012: Tim Kaine (D)
2014: Sen. Mark Warner (D)
2018: Sen. Tim Kaine (D)
2020: Sen. Mark Warner (D)

VA Governor:

2001: Mark Warner (D)
2005: Tim Kaine (D)
2009: Creigh Deeds (D)
2013: Terry McAuliffe (D)
2017: Ralph Northam (D)
2021: Terry McAuliffe (D)
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Also, Political Debate is the wrong board for questions like this.  Maybe the mods can move this thread to Individual Politics?
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« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2020, 02:49:44 AM »

I'm underage so this is a bit of a moot point but in continuing my menial protest of mailing in invalid voter registration forms every election year anyways I'll fill out how I'd have voted every race I would've actually had enough awareness to vote in.

Presidential:

2016: Jill Stein
2020: Joe Biden

Senator:

2016: Chuck Schumer
2018: Kirsten Gillibrand

Governor:

2014: Howie Hawkins
2018: Howie Hawkins OR Larry Sharpe
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« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2020, 06:14:05 AM »

I am not legally allowed to vote but since I'm a Democrat I vote early and often

2000: Gore 4x
2004: Kerry 2x
2008: Obama 8x
2012: Obama 6x
2016: Clinton 16x
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« Reply #4 on: July 23, 2020, 08:14:32 AM »
« Edited: July 23, 2020, 08:19:33 AM by Colin Kaepernick has the upper hand now »

Bundestag

2002: First vote - Christel Riemann-Hanewinckel (SPD) --- Second vote - Greens
2005: First vote - Christel Riemann-Hanewinckel (SPD) --- Second vote - Greens
2009: First vote - Eva Högl (SPD) ------------------------------ Second vote - Greens
2013: First vote - Hans-Christian Ströbele (Greens) ------- Second vote - Greens
2017: First vote - Canan Bayram (Greens) ------------------- Second vote - Greens


Saxony-Anhalt state parliament

2002: First vote - Gerlinde Kuppe (SPD) --------------------- Second vote - SPD
2006: First vote - Michael Zeidler (SPD) ---------------------- Second vote - Greens


Berlin state parliament

2011: First vote - Silke Gebel (Greens) ---------------------- Second vote - Greens
2016: First vote - Clara Herrmann (Greens) ---------------- Second vote - Greens


European Parliament

2004: Greens
2009: SPD
2014: Greens
2019: Greens
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« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2020, 10:44:37 AM »

Senate, gubernatorial, presidential elections, and (open) House elections, with primaries:

2014 MS SEN, R Primary:  Thad Cochran
2014 MS SEN, R Primary Runoff:  Thad Cochran
2014 MS SEN:  Thad Cochran
2015 MS-01 HOUSE, Special:  Mike Tagert
2016 US PRES, R Primary:  Jeb Bush
2016 US PRES:  Hillary Clinton
2018 GA GOV, R Primary:  Brian Kemp
2018 GA GOV, R Runoff:  Brian Kemp
2018 GA GOV:  Brian Kemp
2019 MS GOV, R Primary:  Bill Waller, Jr.
2019 MS GOV, R Primary Runoff:  Bill Waller, Jr.
2019 MS GOV:  Jim Hood

I bet I'm the only Clinton-Kemp-Hood-(Trump?) voter in the country Cheesy
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« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2020, 11:01:13 AM »

Senate, gubernatorial, presidential elections, and (open) House elections, with primaries:

2014 MS SEN, R Primary:  Thad Cochran
2014 MS SEN, R Primary Runoff:  Thad Cochran
2014 MS SEN:  Thad Cochran
2015 MS-01 HOUSE, Special:  Mike Tagert
2016 US PRES, R Primary:  Jeb Bush
2016 US PRES:  Hillary Clinton
2018 GA GOV, R Primary:  Brian Kemp
2018 GA GOV, R Runoff:  Brian Kemp
2018 GA GOV:  Brian Kemp
2019 MS GOV, R Primary:  Bill Waller, Jr.
2019 MS GOV, R Primary Runoff:  Bill Waller, Jr.
2019 MS GOV:  Jim Hood

I bet I'm the only Clinton-Kemp-Hood-(Trump?) voter in the country Cheesy

Why were you #NeverReeves, and if you voted for Hillary, why not for Biden?
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« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2020, 11:41:44 AM »

Senate, gubernatorial, presidential elections, and (open) House elections, with primaries:

2014 MS SEN, R Primary:  Thad Cochran
2014 MS SEN, R Primary Runoff:  Thad Cochran
2014 MS SEN:  Thad Cochran
2015 MS-01 HOUSE, Special:  Mike Tagert
2016 US PRES, R Primary:  Jeb Bush
2016 US PRES:  Hillary Clinton
2018 GA GOV, R Primary:  Brian Kemp
2018 GA GOV, R Runoff:  Brian Kemp
2018 GA GOV:  Brian Kemp
2019 MS GOV, R Primary:  Bill Waller, Jr.
2019 MS GOV, R Primary Runoff:  Bill Waller, Jr.
2019 MS GOV:  Jim Hood

I bet I'm the only Clinton-Kemp-Hood-(Trump?) voter in the country Cheesy

Why were you #NeverReeves, and if you voted for Hillary, why not for Biden?

Reeves is a coddled, limp-wristed career politician who has never demonstrated leadership on any issue over his 15 years in state politics.

Biden is a tired, old man who does not represent the dynamism or vigor our country needs in its leadership.  Moreover, Democrats since 2017 have become completely unhinged.  Trump is needed as a check on Speaker Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
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« Reply #8 on: July 23, 2020, 10:15:21 PM »

Presidential

2012 Primary- Ron Paul
2012 General- Romney

2016 Primary- Rubio
2016 General- Clinton

2020 General- Probably Biden

Senate-

2018- Nelson
2016- Murphy
2012- Nelson
2010- Snitker (libertarian candidate)

Governor

2010- Cink
2014- Crist
2018- Gillum
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« Reply #9 on: July 23, 2020, 10:48:21 PM »

2012: Ron Paul (write in)
2016: Harambe (write in)
2020: Kanye West (write in)
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« Reply #10 on: July 24, 2020, 08:19:05 AM »
« Edited: November 07, 2020, 10:11:05 PM by Sir Tiki »

Presidential:

2008: Barack Obama
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Hillary Clinton
2020: Joe Biden

Senate:

2008: John Kerry
2012: Elizabeth Warren
2014: Kay Hagan
2018: Bob Nelson

House:

2008: Barney Frank
2012: Joe Kennedy III
2014: Clay Aiken
2016: Bill Keating
2018: Darren Soto
2020: Darren Soto

Gubernatorial:

2018: Andrew Gillum
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« Reply #11 on: July 24, 2020, 11:26:37 AM »

President:
2008 R Primary: Ron Paul
2008 General: Bob Barr
2012 R Primary: Ron Paul
2012 General: Gary Johnson
2016 L Primary: Gary Johnson
2016 General: Gary Johnson
2020 L Primary: Max Abramson
2020 General: Not Biden

CA Senator:
2006 L Primary: uncontested
2006 General: Dianne Feinstein
2010 R Primary: Chuck DeVore
2010 General: Carly Fiorina
2012 Round 1: Rick Williams
2012 Round 2: Elizabeth Emken
2016 Round 1: Mark Herd
2016 Round 2: no vote
2018 Round 1: Rocky De La Fuente
2018 Round 2: no vote

CA Governor:
2006 L Primary: uncontested
2006 General: Art Olivier
2010 R Primary: Steve Poizner
2010 General: Chelene Nightingale
2014 Round 1: Neel Kashkari
2014 Round 2: Neel Kashkari
2018 Round 1: Zoltan Istvan
2018 Round 2: John Cox
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« Reply #12 on: July 24, 2020, 11:51:01 AM »

Federal:
2014: Open VLD
2019: PVDA

Flemish:
2014: CDV
2019: PVDA

European:
2014: Green
2019: PVDA

Local:
2018: PVDA

Provincial:
2018: PVDA
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« Reply #13 on: July 24, 2020, 08:15:30 PM »

1988: Paul Simon in the primary; Michael Dukakis in the general; a mixture of Ds and Rs down the rest of the ticket.

1990: an almost straight Republican ticket, with an exception for one Democrat.

1992: George H.W. Bush, and an almost straight Republican ticket, with an exception for one Democrat.

1994: an almost straight Republican ticket, with an exception for one Democrat.

1996: Bob Dole, and a straight Republican ticket.

1998: a straight Republican ticket.

2000: George W. Bush, and a straight Republican ticket.

2002: a straight Republican ticket.

2004: did not vote.

2006: did not vote.

2008: did not vote.

2010: did not vote.

2012: did not vote.

2014: did not vote.

2016: Bernie Sanders in the primary, Evan McMullin in the general, a mixture of Ds and Rs down the rest of the ticket.

2018: a mixture of Ds and Rs and an independent.
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« Reply #14 on: July 24, 2020, 11:20:04 PM »
« Edited: July 24, 2020, 11:40:16 PM by darklordoftech »

Including how I would have voted in elections I remember if I was old enough to vote.

2000: Gore for President, Jon Corzine for Senate

2001: Jim McGreevy for Governor

2002: Frank Lautenberg for Senate

2004: Dean in Democratic Primaries for President, Kerry in general election

2005: Corzine for Governor

2006: Bob Menendez for Senate

2008: Hillary in Democratic primaries for President, Obama in general election, Lautenberg for Senate

2009: Corzine for Governor

2012: Obama for President, Menendez for Senate

2013: Corey Booker for Senate, Barbara Buono for Governor

2014: Booker for Senate

2016: Sanders in Democratic primaries for President, Hillary in general election

2017: Phil Murphy for Governor

2018: Menendez for Senate

2020: Sanders in Democratic primaries for President, Biden in general election, Booker for Senate
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« Reply #15 on: July 26, 2020, 09:11:19 AM »
« Edited: July 26, 2020, 09:31:17 AM by Drew »

I became eligible in 2005, didn’t vote until 2008, didn’t vote in primaries until 2016.

President:

2008: Barack Obama (D)
2012: Barack Obama (D)
2016: Hillary Clinton (D) (Bernie Sanders in primary)
2020: Joe Biden (D) (Bernie Sanders in primary)

Senate:

2006: Did not vote/No election
2008: Dick Durbin (D)
2010-Special: Alexi Giannoulias (D)
2010: Alexi Giannoulias (D)
2012: No election
2014: Dick Durbin (D)
2016: Russ Feingold (D)
2018: Tammy Baldwin (D)
2020: No election

House:
2006: Did not vote
2008: Dan Seals (D)
2010: Dan Seals (D)
2012: Brad Schneider (D)
2014: Brad Schneider (D)
2016: Mark Pocan (D)
2018: Mark Pocan (D)
2020: Mark Pocan (D)

Governor:
2006: Did not vote
2010: Pat Quinn (D)
2014: Pat Quinn (D)
2018: Tony Evers (D) (Kelda Roys in primary)
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« Reply #16 on: July 26, 2020, 09:47:47 AM »

Became eligible in 2015

President:

2016: Hillary Clinton

Senator:

2016: Katie McGinty
2018: Bob Casey

2018: Tom Wolf
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« Reply #17 on: July 29, 2020, 08:42:49 AM »

2008:  Obama
2012:  Obama
2016:  The Queen

Each time, I was overseas. Never in person.
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« Reply #18 on: July 29, 2020, 04:04:32 PM »
« Edited: July 31, 2020, 11:12:39 PM by Sprouts Farmers Market ✘ »

President:
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Jill Stein (Primary: Donald J. Trump)
2020: Unknown (Primary would have been Pete Buttigieg but the riots prevented me from casting a vote)

Senate
2012: Bob Casey
2016: Katie McGinty (would change with hindsight)
2018: Bob Casey

Governor:
2014: Tom Wolf (Primary: Tom Corbett's opponent who got thrown off the ballot after printing)
2018: Joe Paterno

House:
2012: Pat Meehan
2014: Pat Meehan
2016: Dwight Evans (Primary: Stan Casacio)
2018: Dwight Evans
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« Reply #19 on: July 30, 2020, 05:38:27 AM »

Presidential elections:
1984 Reagan
1988 none of the above
1992 Bush
1996 Dole
2000 Bush
2004 Bush
2008 McCain
2012 Stein
2016 Johnson

Primaries:
1988 R: none of the above
1992 D: unpledged
1996 R: Keyes
2000 R: Keyes
2008 R: Romney
2012 R: Romney
2016 D: Sanders
2020 D: Biden

Senate:
1984 Levin (D)
1988 Jacobs (L)
1990 Schuette (R)
1994 Coon (L)
1996 Proctor (L)
2000 Abraham (R)
2002 Levin (D)
2006 Bouchard (R)
2008 Hoogendyk (R)
2012 Libertarian
2014 Land (R)
2018 Stabenow (D)

Governor:
1986 (MA): Kariotis (R)
1990 (MI): Engler (R)
1994: abstained
1998: Engler (R)
2002: Posthumus (R)
2006: DeVos (R)
2010: Snyder (R)
2014: Snyder (R)
2018: Gelineau (L)
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« Reply #20 on: July 30, 2020, 09:52:48 AM »

Presidential elections:
1988 none of the above

Primaries:
1988 R: none of the above
Why?
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« Reply #21 on: July 31, 2020, 02:05:47 AM »

YearPresidentUS SenateGovernor
2020Biden (General)
Warren (Primary)
TX: Hegar
2018
 
TX: O'RourkeTX: Valdez
2016Clinton (General)
Sanders (Primary)
WI: Feingold
2014
 
TX: AlameelTX: Davis
2012Obama (General)
Huntsman (Primary)
TX: Myers
2010
 
TX: White
2008Obama (General)
 
TX: Schick
2006
 
TX: HutchisonTX: Friedman
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« Reply #22 on: July 31, 2020, 05:46:41 AM »

Westminster:

2005: Conservative
2010: Conservative
2015: SNP
2017: SNP
2019: SNP

Holyrood: Constituency/List

2003: Labour/Conservative
2007: SNP/Conservative
2011: SNP/Conservative
2016: SNP/SNP (Might have been Green though)

Locals:

2003: Labour
2007: Preferenced SNP then Conservative
2012: Preferenced SNP then Green
2017: Preferenced SNP then Green

European:

2004: Conservative
2009: Constituency
2014: SNP
2019: SNP

Referenda:

2011: No to AV
2014: Yes to independence
2016: Remain in EU
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« Reply #23 on: July 31, 2020, 06:20:15 AM »

Well this will be short

Mayor
2019:  NCa

Island Council
2019: NCa

Regional Parliament
2019: UP

Congress of Deputies
2016: PSOE
April 2019: PSOE

November 2019: Did not vote*

Senate
2016: Split ballot between NCa and UP
April 2019: Straight PSOE
November 2019: Did not vote*

EU Parliament
2019: NCa


*: In November 2019 I'd have voted PSOE, but I was out of the country at the time and my mail-in absentee ballot never arrived. This, alongside an election rigging scandal in a nearby town has made me very suspicious of absentee voting
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« Reply #24 on: July 31, 2020, 01:56:56 PM »

Voted for the first time in 2018. Straight D. I plan to do the same in 2020.
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