Alternate Electoral Maps II

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What I think the next few elections will look like after 2020. The Northwest becomes solid Republican. The swing states are Texas, Florida, Georgia, and Arizona.
 
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Bush/Pataki vs H.Clinton/Biden 2000 on PI
Popular vote
66,000,558 (48.8%)
61,948,129 (45.8%)
For all my commies out there Nader got 4.6% and 16.5% in Alaska
EV
298
240
Is this really a plausible scenario if Clinton ran in 2000? (btw Clinton saved herself from embarrassment by winning Arkansas by a mere 113 votes)
 
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Bush/Pataki vs H.Clinton/Biden 2000 on PI
Popular vote
66,000,558 (48.8%)
61,948,129 (45.8%)
For all my commies out there Nader got 4.6% and 16.5% in Alaska
EV
298
240
Is this really a plausible scenario if Clinton ran in 2000? (btw Clinton saved herself from embarrassment by winning Arkansas by a mere 113 votes)
So much about this is implausible
Not only are you experiencing incumbent party fatigue at this point, but you nominate the incumbents wife.

Also, no way Nader gets 4.6%

Bush would win this if it really happened
 
Not only are you experiencing incumbent party fatigue at this point,

Are you though? Despite the impeachment, Clinton was still fairly popular going into 2000, and Gore was considered more or less as likely to win the presidency as Bush was. Incumbency fatigue isn't an automatic thing that kicks in as soon as a party has been in power for eight years, you know.
 
Dose anyone really think Megen McCain would have what it takes to get elected I mean she's annoying and spoiled just like Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton. She's not exactly a Business woman like invanka nor dose she have the incredible life story and charisma of her father.
 
Very cool! What is the current year here? Are you planning on showing what's going on in the rest of the former US?
I wasn't planning on doing any others until you mentioned it.
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The United States Presidential Election of 2012 was a solid win for Fmr. Secretary of Labor Larry Sanders of the Socialist Party which gained 98 electoral votes this election. The Socialist Party rose to power during the 1890s as robber barons weren't paying people enough and having them work in poor conditions. Their first big win was the election of Senator Eugene Debs in 1920.
Vice-President Mark Roosevelt was a surprising loss for the Progressive Party, only gaining 78 EVs. Despite his great-grandfather's win of the 1910 presidential election under the progressive party, most think that the Modern Roosevelt is the nail in the coffin of the Progressive Party as members leave to the Socialist party and the Democratic Party. Small discussion has been made about merging with one of the two parties.
Fmr. Secretary of State John Kasich of the Democratic Party led the party to their greatest victory in years: 56 electoral votes. The conservative Democratic Party has been slowly loosing votes to the more left-wing parties, but John Kasich's moderate ideal allowed them to steal votes from the Progressive Party.
The Communist Party is a party with most of its power in Washington where it gained 5 electoral votes under the candidacy of State Senator Jack Barnes. Washington is one of the few states where communes exist commonly.
State Representative Willy Marshall of the Libertarian Party gained 2 electoral votes, a win for them as now the party has gained some national recognition.

Of course various independence parties run and a surprising amount of electoral votes this year. There has been some discussion about whether the independence movements should unite and form one larger party.
Boston Mayor Steve Carell organized the New England Independence Party into a formidable machine, winning 35 electoral votes. They want to form a democratic socialist republic, but if that can't be achieved then they will accept autonomy.
Representative Evan McMullin of the Deseret Party got 8 electoral votes, almost all of which came for high Mormon areas. The party wants autonomy within the United States to form a conservative, theodemocratic state.
Governor Edmund Brown has been building up the Californian National Party since the 1960s and this year the party finally won 4 electoral votes. A socialist party that wants to secede from the US and unite with Southern California of the FAS. They will accept autonomy if they must.


Meanwhile, the Confederate States of America is not a nice place to live, democracy has been slowly stripped down until there is a unicameral senate with one representative per state.
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The three largest (and only legal) parties are the Democratic Party, a far-right party that's been ruling the Confederacy since the 1860s, the Farmer-Democratic Party, a right-wing party that is mostly small farmers, and the Libertarian-Worker's Party, which is a moderate party that only ever gains votes out west. The Confederate States of America is led by Ted Cruz of the Democratic Party. The CSA has secret police that prevent citizens from voting for non-state approved candidates and voting laws to prevent undesirables (anyone who isn't a white, straight, person from their eyes) from voting. A horrible place to live, but tight border controls prevent too many people from leaving the nation. Some manage to escape though the deserts of the Mojave.
 
I wasn't planning on doing any others until you mentioned it.
YsLCXWB.png

The United States Presidential Election of 2012 was a solid win for Fmr. Secretary of Labor Larry Sanders of the Socialist Party which gained 98 electoral votes this election. The Socialist Party rose to power during the 1890s as robber barons weren't paying people enough and having them work in poor conditions. Their first big win was the election of Senator Eugene Debs in 1920.
Vice-President Mark Roosevelt was a surprising loss for the Progressive Party, only gaining 78 EVs. Despite his great-grandfather's win of the 1910 presidential election under the progressive party, most think that the Modern Roosevelt is the nail in the coffin of the Progressive Party as members leave to the Socialist party and the Democratic Party. Small discussion has been made about merging with one of the two parties.
Fmr. Secretary of State John Kasich of the Democratic Party led the party to their greatest victory in years: 56 electoral votes. The conservative Democratic Party has been slowly loosing votes to the more left-wing parties, but John Kasich's moderate ideal allowed them to steal votes from the Progressive Party.
The Communist Party is a party with most of its power in Washington where it gained 5 electoral votes under the candidacy of State Senator Jack Barnes. Washington is one of the few states where communes exist commonly.
State Representative Willy Marshall of the Libertarian Party gained 2 electoral votes, a win for them as now the party has gained some national recognition.

Of course various independence parties run and a surprising amount of electoral votes this year. There has been some discussion about whether the independence movements should unite and form one larger party.
Boston Mayor Steve Carell organized the New England Independence Party into a formidable machine, winning 35 electoral votes. They want to form a democratic socialist republic, but if that can't be achieved then they will accept autonomy.
Representative Evan McMullin of the Deseret Party got 8 electoral votes, almost all of which came for high Mormon areas. The party wants autonomy within the United States to form a conservative, theodemocratic state.
Governor Edmund Brown has been building up the Californian National Party since the 1960s and this year the party finally won 4 electoral votes. A socialist party that wants to secede from the US and unite with Southern California of the FAS. They will accept autonomy if they must.


Meanwhile, the Confederate States of America is not a nice place to live, democracy has been slowly stripped down until there is a unicameral senate with one representative per state.
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The three largest (and only legal) parties are the Democratic Party, a far-right party that's been ruling the Confederacy since the 1860s, the Farmer-Democratic Party, a right-wing party that is mostly small farmers, and the Libertarian-Worker's Party, which is a moderate party that only ever gains votes out west. The Confederate States of America is led by Ted Cruz of the Democratic Party. The CSA has secret police that prevent citizens from voting for non-state approved candidates and voting laws to prevent undesirables (anyone who isn't a white, straight, person from their eyes) from voting. A horrible place to live, but tight border controls prevent too many people from leaving the nation. Some manage to escape though the deserts of the Mojave.

So better to have a Trump than to have a CSA. How is Mexico doing? I hope it's ok.
 
First part of a wikibox series I have planned: European electoral college.

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I was torn on assigning 3 electoral votes as the minimum - it makes it more 'authentic', but the misrepresentation is absurd - something like an Icelandic vote being worth more than 10 times a German vote.
 
My final prediction for the Virginia Gubernatorial race (I apologize for my past transgressions)


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Ralph Northam (D) 51.5%
Ed Gillespie (R) 45.2%
Cliff Hyra (L) 3.3%
 
So better to have a Trump than to have a CSA. How is Mexico doing? I hope it's ok.
Mexico is doing decently, they aren't Confederate vassals, but they are divided. The states of Baja California (Modern Baja California and Baja California Sur) and Sonora are united under a puppet government of the Republic of Sonora and are controlled by the interests of the Free American States, with people on both sides calling for the annexation of the small republic. The Yucatan Peninsula seceded from the nation as an independent republic after the Mexican-Confederate War of 1889 which, while a stalemate and no territory was traded, allowed the area to leave as outlined by the Treaty of Ontario. The Yucatan Republic is a Confederate ally, but has more or less stayed out of potential annexation territory. The rest of Mexico is an industrial state ruled by Emperor Maximilian II. They are the center of the Spanish speaking film industry with Mexico City as the head place to be.
 
Idaho borders Montana and Oregon. Both states are known for many things politically. Montana has the biggest Farmer's Alliance machine in the nation, while Oregon has a weird Political system. Idaho seems to have taken both ideas. Idaho has a large Farmer's Alliance machine, but it also has a Parliamentary system. The system has made Idaho elections more competitive than most FA states. In 2014 a myriad of factors lead to a stranger election. The Farmer's Alliance led to a good economy in the state and they lead most polls. However, other political parties also made the election easier, as some of them split votes off each other. The national parties, the Progressive Farmer-Labor Party of Idaho, the Liberal Party of Idaho, and the Citizens of Liberty continued to hold their strong seats, while statewide parties did moderately well. The main changer for the Citizens of Liberty was the beginning of the Panhandle Statehood Party. The PSP took a seat from the CL and vote-splitting from them lead to a shocking Liberal win in the strongly CL panhandle. When the dust had settled, the Farmer's Alliance grew their majority and hoped for a bigger victory in 2018...

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Government

Farmer's Alliance: 35 Seats
Progressive Farmer-Labor: 1 SeatIndependent: 1 Seat
Opposition
Liberal: 3 seats
Citizens of Liberty: 3 Seats
Minority
Panhandle Independence Party: 1 Seat
 
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