Connecticut isn't missing. George H.W. Bush is from CT. Father was a senator from there. Moved to TX as an adult after Yale and the service.Missing states, and possible President from that state (i.e. someone who was Vice President, or was President and could have been from that state, or or was a major-party candidate for President or Vice President with a halfway plausible chance of election ):
Alabama - William King
Alaska - Sarah Palin
Arizona - John McCain
Connecticut - Joseph Lieberman
Hawaii - Barack Obama
Iowa - Henry Wallace
Kansas - Charles Curtis, Robert Dole
Maine - Hannibal Hamlin, James Blaine, Edward Muskie
Maryland - Spiro Agnew
Minnesota - Hubert Humphrey, Walter Mondale
Nebraska - William Jennings Bryan
New Mexico -
North Carolina - John Edwards
North Dakota -
Rhode Island -
South Carolina - John Calhoun
South Dakota -
West Virginia -
Wyoming - Richard Cheney
George H. W. Bush was born in MA. He "spent most of his childhood in Greenwich, at the family vacation home in Kennebunkport, Maine or at his maternal grandparents' plantation in South Carolina. Because of the family's wealth, Bush was largely unaffected by the Great Depression. He attended Greenwich Country Day School from 1929 to 1937 and Phillips Academy, an elite private academy in Massachusetts, from 1937 to 1942." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_H._W._Bush You can say he's "from" CT but even for pre-1948 other states including MA have claims, and as an adult he was a Texan.Connecticut isn't missing. George H.W. Bush is from CT. Father was a senator from there. Moved to TX as an adult after Yale and the service.
Yes the year of four presidents.
I’ll write this in my footnotes when I get time. In this TL, Romney is linked to the break in at the Watergate hotel, which Republican president pro tempore, Richard Nixon pushed for.Presumably Albert resigned right after taking office. In OTL he didn't want the job.
Agnew would be OTL as well. But I'd be interested in why Romney resigned. He wasn't a crook as far as we know.
Albert was able to return to the house following Oklahoma Governor David Hall, appointing him to his previous vacant seat and once back in congress was renominated as speaker unanimously and with standing ovation from all parties.
Thank you for letting me know. I knew they could do senators, didn’t realise they didn’t appoint representatives, but definitely want him back in the speakers chair.Governor can't appoint a House member. However, the Speaker technically doesn't have to be a House member. So the workaround would be to elect him Speaker right away and let his district vote him back into his seat in the special election.