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« Reply #75 on: June 18, 2022, 07:46:43 PM »

2018
Governor: Brian Kemp
Lt. Governor: Geoff Duncan
Secretary of State: Brad Raffensperger
House District 4: Joe Profit

2020
President:Joe Biden
Senate (Special): Doug Collins in November and Raphael Warnock in January runoff
Senate: David Perdue in November and Jon Ossoff in January runoff
House District 4: Jonathan Chavez
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« Reply #76 on: June 20, 2022, 04:28:10 AM »
« Edited: June 20, 2022, 04:35:13 AM by ms. yung globalist »

2017 Aberdeen local elections: Labour (sigh)
2019 Polish EU election: Wiosna, Adam Traczyk (siiiiiiigh)
2019 Polish parliamentary election: Lewica, Magdalena Biejat from Razem ( 😃 )/Paweł Kasprzak (Independent) for Senate (whatever in hindsight but also spite-driven)
2020 Polish presidential election: Robert Biedroń/Rafał Trzaskowski (whatever/siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigh)
2021 Scottish Parliament election: Labour (kinda whatever but the spite I felt against everyone else helped)

My takeaway from this has been that I shouldn't vote for men if I can help it.
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West_Midlander
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« Reply #77 on: June 23, 2022, 08:56:01 AM »
« Edited: June 24, 2022, 08:11:39 AM by West_Midlander »

2018: Straight Democratic
2020: Trump, Tillis, Newby, D for House, State Senate, State House, and most of the Council of State
     2020-D Primary: Bernie, Erica Smith
     2022-D Primary: LaGrone, Erica Smith
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« Reply #78 on: June 23, 2022, 07:04:40 PM »

2018
Governor: Sununu
House: Negron (Levenson (which I regret) in the primary)
State Senate: Ward
State House: 2 Dems, 1 Rep, 1 Lib

2020
President: Biden (Weld in the GOP primary)
Senate: write-in, Gordon Humphrey (Don Bolduc (protest vote) in the primary)
Governor: Sununu
House: Negron (Blankenbeker in the primary)
State Senate: Ward
State House: 2 Reps, 1 Dem, 1 Lib
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« Reply #79 on: June 23, 2022, 08:08:17 PM »

2020:
President
Bernie in the Primary, Biden General

Representative
Hosea Cleveland

State Sen.
Whoever the dem was

State Rep.
Wrote myself in

Solicitor
Marcus Tullius Cicero

Sherriff
My HS Resource Officer

Clerk of Court
KoopaDaQuick

Coroner
Olawakandi

Auditor
My mom (I think)

Treasurer
My mom

Soil and Water Commission
My dad

County Council
Amicus

School District
Old childhood friend

School Trustees
ReaganClinton20XX
Bernie Sanders

Public Service Commsissioners
2 of the 3 people on the ballot, idk who they were but I ran out of write in ideas by that point
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« Reply #80 on: November 06, 2022, 09:51:36 AM »

2019 European Election - Partito Democratico - Brando Benifei, Mercedes Bresso, Enrico Morando

2020 Constitutional Referendum - NO
2020 Ligurian Regional Election (President) - Ferruccio Sansa
2020 Ligurian Regional Election (Regional Council) - Partito Democratico - Francesca Castagna, Davide Natale

2022 Abrogative Referendum (Question 1) - NO
2022 Abrogative Referendum (Question 2) - NO
2022 Abrogative Referendum (Question 3) - YES
2022 Abrogative Referendum (Question 4) - YES
2022 Abrogative Referendum (Question 5) - YES
2022 La Spezia Municipal Election (Mayor) - Piera Sommovigo
2022 La Spezia Municipal Election (City Council) - LeAli a Spezia [green-left list with Europa Verde and Sinistra Italiana] - Roberto Centi, Elisabetta Faraguti

2022 Chamber of Deputies Election - Alleanza Verdi e Sinistra (linked single-member district candidate Daniele Montebello)
2022 Senate Election - Partito Democratico (linked single-member district candidate Guido Melley)
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« Reply #81 on: November 13, 2022, 03:33:47 AM »
« Edited: November 13, 2022, 03:49:45 AM by Pulaski »

Federal
2010 (Cook): Greens - voted for various candidates BTL for Senate
2013 (Cook): Greens - voted for various candidates BTL for Senate
2016 (Cook): Greens - voted for various candidates BTL for Senate
2019 (Hughes): Greens - voted for various candidates BTL for Senate
2022 (Sydney): Socialist Alliance - voted for various candidates BTL for Senate

State
2011 (Cronulla): Greens
2015 (Cronulla): Greens
2019 (Heathcote): Animal Justice (regret this one)
2023 (upcoming, Newtown): I will vote Greens unless there's a more left-wing candidate

Local
2012 (Sutherland Shire): Labor
2016 (Sutherland Shire): Forgot, paid a fine
2021 (City of Sydney): Yvonne Weldon (Independent) for mayor, Greens & Labor candidates for council

Obviously preferencing Labor over the Liberals each time.
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« Reply #82 on: November 14, 2022, 06:54:12 PM »

President
2016: Gary Johnson
2020: Donald Trump (something I regret)

Governor
2018: skipped
2022: Matt Hackenberg

Senate
2018: Ed Clifford
2022: Dr Oz
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« Reply #83 on: November 18, 2022, 08:00:50 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.

2020: Pete Buttigieg in the primary, Joe Biden in the general, one Libertarian, and a mixture of Ds and Rs down the rest of the ticket.

2022: Libertarian for US Senate, Democrat for US House, Democrat for Governor, Republican for state legislature, and Democrat for the only county government position that was contested.
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Cokeland Saxton
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« Reply #84 on: November 24, 2022, 12:09:33 AM »

Presidential:
2020: Biden

US House:
2018: Walorski
2020: Hackett
2022: Steury

US Senate:
2018: Braun
2022: McDermott

Governor:
2020: Myers
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« Reply #85 on: November 28, 2022, 08:15:45 AM »

Four states, all straight ticket:

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

2014: Anthony Brown
2017: Ralph Northam
2018: Gavin Newsom
2021: No
2022: Gavin Newsom

2012: Ben Cardin
2016: Chris Van Hollen
2018: Kevin De León
2020: Jon Ossoff/Raphael Warnock
2022: Alex Padilla

2012: Chris Van Hollen
2014: Chris Van Hollen
2016: Jamie Raskin
2018: Ro Khanna
2020: Lucy McBath
2022: Ro Khanna

Of the state-level candidates here, Anthony Brown is the only one who lost.
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