Alternate Electoral Maps II

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Aaaaasima, May 22, 2017.

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  1. GBehm Fool me twice, fool me chicken soup with rice.

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    How'd you get the outcomes for each state?
     
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  2. killertahu22 I Hate Ronald Reagan

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    ive always wondered the same, but didnt want to seem stupid
     
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  3. Oppo Nationalize Five Guys

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    A universal swing (the party does better in each state by how much better it does in the PV).
     
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  4. killertahu22 I Hate Ronald Reagan

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    holy shit that is simple
     
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  5. Lyly Well-Known Member

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    I like the Republican aversion to multiple terms for their Presidents.
     
  6. ElectricSheepNo54 Well-Known Member

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    Strangely enough, in 1964 despite flipping the totals Johnson would still have won:

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  7. Rosa Luxemburg Homosatanist

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    Hey, @DPKdebator. I did the same thing for 2016, but instead of flipping Trump's and Clinton's PV percentages, I flipped Clinton's and Stein's
     
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  8. jonnguy2016 Well-Known Member

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  9. Thomas Johnson Banned

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    I think that's a tied PV map
     
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  10. Sasalele Disgruntled Nut

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    Does anybody know if there's a map like the one used by USA Election Atlas for Presidential Elections, but with Mexican States and or Canadian Provinces included?
     
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  11. Sasalele Disgruntled Nut

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    Found something!
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    S/O to @Turquoise Blue for the map
     
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  12. AprilSnow Fastest draw in the West

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    Here's the same idea for 1992.

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    George H.W. Bush / Dan Quayle - 361 EV, 43.01% PV

    Bill Clinton / Al Gore - 177 EV, 37.45% PV


    1996

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    Bob Dole / Jack Kemp - 430 EV, 49.23% PV

    Bill Clinton / Al Gore - 108 EV, 40.72% PV
     
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  13. naraht Well-Known Member

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    The farthest east state acquired from Mexico is apparently the state of Coah-Neuvo Leon-Tamau :(
     
  14. Reagent Cartography's Reactionary

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    Surely it would just be the State of Rio Grande?
     
  15. TwiliAlchemist JAY INSLEE 2020!

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    With Ross Perot's selection of Jerry Brown as his running mate, their independent campaign does significantly better. This, alongside Clinton doing worse because of multiple gaffes on the campaign trail and Bush doing worse because of a loss of more rural voters to Perot along with some good old fashioned vote splitting, cause the Electoral College to deadlock. The election went to Congress, Ross Perot was chosen has a compromise President while Al Gore would serve as Vice President. The Reform Party would be created by Ross Perot in 1993 and would begin the Sixth Party System.

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    Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Al Gore (D-TN) 213 Electoral Votes
    Ross Perot (I-TX)/Jerry Brown (I-CA) 202 Electoral Votes
    George H.W. Bush (R-TX)/Dan Quayle (R-IN) 113 Electoral Votes
     
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  16. Utgard96 basically a load of twaddle about freedom

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    AR, surely?
     
  17. Bjornhattan World's Worst Psephologist

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    No, Clinton's become an Alaskan! :p
     
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  18. TwiliAlchemist JAY INSLEE 2020!

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    Haha, fixed :D
     
  19. Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    The 2116 Presidential election was between popular two-term Georgia governor Ross Skaggert and freshman Nebraska Senator Lincoln Michaels. Michaels was a gaffe-prone far-right nationalist and Skaggert was seen as a centrist, bi-partisan Southern populist. Skaggert picked popular California Senator Sandra Harris as his running mate, while Michaels chose Utah Congressman Carter McMullin (grandson of former Utah Governor Evan McMullin). in the end, Skaggert won the popular vote 62-37 and won all but 9 states. Michaels essentially abandoned the South during the campaign and instead focused his resources out west and in the Rust Belt, but his strategy clearly didn't work too well. Skaggert became the first Democrat to win Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Tennessee since 2068. and the first Democrat to win a majority of counties since 2052. he also became the first Democrat in history to win Riley County, Kansas.
     
  20. Stuyvesant #Gillibrand2020

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    The 1997 New York Election
    was an landslide victory for the New York Labor Party, who received 63.5% of the seats in the New York Assembly.
    Labor - 127
    Conservative - 50
    Liberal (Lib Dems) – 14
    Champlain Unionist (UUP) – 3
    Long Island Statehood (SNP) - 2
    Erie Party (Plaid Cymru) – 1
    Nous-Mêmes (Sinn Féin) - 1
    SDLP - 1
    Independent - 1

    Basically, I took the 1997 British Election and transposed it onto New York, noting its three major third parties over the years could have names that parallel Britain's
     
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