Alternate Electoral Maps II

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  1. nofynofie Well-Known Member

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    I have a challenge for you guys...

    Can somebody make a map with revived Jefferson (vs DT) and revived Jackson (vs DT).
     
  2. Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    Probably. I think someone like Bryan would definitely win a landslide against Trump, he would appeal greatly to working class voters of all races as well as to many evangelicals. I imagine most of the red states on this map are pretty close, especially Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah.
     
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  3. nofynofie Well-Known Member

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    I agree
     
  4. fashbasher Florida Man! Banned

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    American music preferences, by state, from this source. There was no data for DC so I gave it to Kevin Gates (R-LA) to reduce what's already a landslide victory for Drake.

    The results:

    Aubrey "Drake" Graham, D-CA(nada and lifornia) - 422 EVs (YMMV on whether his African-American father would give him natural-born citizenship; it likely would go to SCOTUS)
    Kevin Gates, R-LA - 60
    Marshall "Eminem" Mathers, L-MI (36)
    Independents: 20
    Nayvadius "Future" Wilburn, I-GA - 16
    Bruno Mars, I-HI - 4

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  5. Lyly Well-Known Member

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    I actually never knew that rule.
     
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  6. Sithlent Professional Wikipedia Reader

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    An Alternate 1896 Election

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    William Jennings Bryan/Claude Matthews (Democratic/People's)6,925,169 votes (49.70%)244 EVs
    William McKinley/Garret Hobart (Republican)6,693,920 votes (48.03%)203 EVs

    John M. Palmer/Simon Bolivar Buckner (National Democratic) — 134,645 votes (0.97%)
    Joshua Levering/Hale Johnson (Prohibition) — 131,312 votes (0.94%)
    Charles Matchett/Matthew Maguire (Socialist Labor) — 36,373 votes (0.26%)
    Charles Eugene Bentley/James H. Southgate (National Prohibition) — 13,968 votes (0.10%)
    Other — 1,570 votes (0.01%)
     
  7. Temeraire Well-Known Member

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    Does Bryan still run with Sewall as his Populist VP? And, looking at the OTL election, it looks like that would force the Vice Presidency to the Senate.
     
  8. Sithlent Professional Wikipedia Reader

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    No, in this alternate election Bryan chooses Matthews as his VP instead of Sewall, so he is also chosen on the Populist ticket.
     
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  9. killertahu22 I Hate Ronald Reagan

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    The following maps are independent of my previous maps. The POD is that Wallace stays on as veep in 1944 and succeeds Roosevelt upon his death.

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    Election of 1948
    President Henry Wallace (Iowa)/Senator Stuart Symington (Missouri): 325 EVs; 53.7% PV
    Senator Robert Taft (Ohio)/Fmr. Governor Harold Stassen (Minnesota): 206 EVs; 46.3% PV

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    Election of 1952

    General George Marshall (Pennsylvania)/Senator Richard Nixon (California): 387 EVs; 49.08%
    President Henry Wallace (Iowa)/Vice-President Stuart Symington (Missouri): 105 EVs; 45.2%
    Senator Strom Thurmond (South Carolina)/Various: 39 EVs; 5.72%

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    Election of 1956
    President Richard Nixon (California)/Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller (New York): 278 EVs; 48.97% PV
    Governor Gerard M. Williams (Michigan)/Governor William A. Harriman (New York): 245 EVs; 48.98% PV
    Fmr. Senator Strom Thurmond (South Carolina)/Various: 8 EVs; 2.05% PV

     
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    The focus of this series is plausibility, so please point out anything glaringly wrong
     
  11. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    S O A P Y !
     
  12. killertahu22 I Hate Ronald Reagan

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    A continuation of the Wallace '48 map series

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    Election of 1960
    Governor Gerard M. Williams (Michigan)/Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas): 376 EVs; 53.89% PV
    President Richard Nixon (California)/Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller (New York): 161 Evs; 46.11% PV
    @Turquoise Blue
     
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  13. SetofEgypt Marianne Williamson stan

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    Can you guys guess the four candidates?
     
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  14. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    Hehe. Soapy Williams wouldn't win the South.
     
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  15. killertahu22 I Hate Ronald Reagan

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    That’s why LBJ is there ;)
     
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  16. Wolfram Fair to middlin'

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    There look to be five candidates. Is this a primary or a general election? What time period?
     
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  17. SetofEgypt Marianne Williamson stan

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    It's a ATL Republican Primary taking place during 2020
     
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    Red: John Kaisch

    Green: Tom Cotton

    Purple: Charlie Baker

    Yellow: Nikki Halley

    Orange: Mike Pence
     
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  19. SetofEgypt Marianne Williamson stan

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    Red and Green are right.

    HINT: Purple is up for election in 2018, Yellow's home state is Iowa, and Orange primaried a very prominent senator in 2014.
     
  20. JwEX Elijah Manley 2020

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    Yellow is Ernst, Orange is Bevin. Purple is Phill Scott?
     
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