Alternate Electoral Maps II

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

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  1. Calthrina950 Well-Known Member

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    @TimTurner, would you happen to have a map of congressional districts in 1992? I would be interested in mapping out what the results would have looked like in the Clinton + Perot Landslide Scenario.
     
  2. X_X Well-Known Member

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    Two maps. First the 2018 senate races from a world with a very different party system:

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    And here is a Democratic primary between two fictional politicians. Green is a socialist, yellow is a moderate.

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  3. JLUK1234 Well-Known Member

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    Hello, I have a request to make. I have been working on a series of alternate election maps of recent US House elections and one of the changes I've made is that the Republican gerrymander of Texas in '04 doesn't happen. Subsequently, Texas still has the '02 districts up until 2012. Citing the post below in particular and using Dave's Redistricting website, may I please request a map of Texas' 36 congressional districts made to look like the ones that existed before the Republican gerrymander?
     
  4. Tex Arkana My Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake with Kool-Aid

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    Bush would definitely win the white vote in Alabama and South Carolina, I'm unsure about Virginia but it should be close.
     
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  5. Calthrina950 Well-Known Member

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    Here's a map that I created out of interest. I decided to take the 2016 election, and to give Richard Nixon's 1972 state by state vote percentages to Hillary Clinton. I gave her those percentages based upon how well she did in OTL, from her best state (Hawaii) to her weakest state (Wyoming). Nixon got 78.20% in Mississippi, so I gave the same share to Clinton in Hawaii. McGovern carried Massachusetts with 54.20%, so Trump wins Wyoming with the same share. I gave Clinton Johnson's 1964 share in the District of Columbia (85.50%) And this is the map that is produced:

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    Hillary Clinton (D-New York)/Timothy Kaine (D-Virginia)-534 EV-65.18%
    Donald Trump (R-New York)/Mike Pence (R-Indiana)-4 EV-34.82%

    Third parties are not included here, to make things easier. I would be interested in eventually seeing a county map for this.
     
  6. The Professor Pontifex Collegii Vexillographiariorum

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    What's the best way of showing a parliament composed of several national assemblies with parties that cross over assembly boundaries (such as they are)?
     
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  7. BlackentheBorg This is going to become a bad meme

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    A 2020 election map, in the scenario that the 'Big Four' (Biden, Sanders, O'Rourke and Harris) decide to run.

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  8. MorganKingsley Well-Known Member

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    You should do the map with the reverse parties now
     
  9. Calthrina950 Well-Known Member

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    What do you mean? A map of what the election would have looked life if Trump won 49 states and got Nixon's percentages? I can definitely do that.
     
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  10. eaglesfan101 Comrade Funk on Atlas

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    Similar to above

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  11. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

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    A google trends election:

    2020 Democratic
    Michelle Obama

    Beto O'Rourke
    Andrew Gillum
    Cynthia Nixon
    Michael Avenatti


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    2020 Republican
    Tucker Carlson

    Dan Crenshaw
    Donald Trump Jr.
    John Kasich
    Mike Pence

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    2020 Libertarian
    Mark Sanford
    Larry Sharpe
    Tom Campbell
    Unpledged
    Nicholas Sarwark
    Zoltan Istvan

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  12. killertahu22 I Hate Ronald Reagan

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    God I hope somehow Carlson wins the nomination
    The blowout would be glorious
     
  13. Tex Arkana My Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake with Kool-Aid

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    I'm not so sure. the idea of Tucker Carlson being POTUS really isn't any more ridiculous than the idea of Trump being POTUS was in late 2015... But on the other hand, Carlson doesn't have Trump's charisma and isn't a very good debator, so O'Rourke, Obama, or Gillum could easily trip him up in a debate, although I'm not sure if debate performances matter much anymore considering polls showed voters believed Hillary quite easily won all three debates in 2016.
     
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  14. GermanDjinn did you commit crimes?? CALL THIS NUMBER!

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    Imagine the cosmic horror of a Carlson/Shapiro ticket in 2024 or 2028
     
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  15. nofynofie Well-Known Member

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    I have one request.
    Can somebody make the Rand Paul vs Joe Manchin map? I tried to make it several times but there are so many states I am not sure about.
     
  16. Luke_Starkiller Opportunity Democrat; Cold War Junkie

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    I'll take it!

    While I'm at it, here are a couple of "Hillary Wins" maps.

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    Here, she picks Sherrod Brown in order to shore up support in the Upper Midwest, and Trump picks Marsha Blackburn to garner support from establishment Republicans and women. Since Brown is able to serve as a Clinton surrogate in the midwest and Trump loses some of the Rust Belt evangelicals who voted for him because of Pence, Clinton wins 2016.

    However, the next few years don't go well for her. She faces many attacks from the left and the right, and the Republican congress is very hesitant to push through any of her policies when an economic downturn starts to brew. As a result, her 2020 ends up being a very similar situation to that in which her husband won in 1992. While Clinton is facing a strong primary bid by Tulsi Gabbard (who later runs as an independent alongside Rocky Anderson), the Republicans nominate the center-right populist Sen. Todd Young of Indiana, who selects Gov. Raul Labrador of Idaho as his running mate.

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  17. Luke_Starkiller Opportunity Democrat; Cold War Junkie

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    The tickets are Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)/Gov. Brian Sandoval (R-NV) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV)/Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ). The only way I see Joe Manchin getting the Democratic nomination is if it's 2016, and he runs as Clinton's opposition instead of Bernie and he tacks to the left on fiscal issues while remaining socially moderate (thus winning blue-collar voters and young progressives), or if the left is absolutely fragmented in 2020.

    Anyways, the relative moderatism (and presence of Sandoval) allows Paul to pick up Nevada and New Hampshire, but Manchin's platform of fiscal liberalism and social moderatism is very much in line with what southern blacks, hispanics, and working-class whites believe. As such, he takes the Rust Belt, all of Maine, and Georgia (rural black turnout is increased by his platform and Booker's relentless stumping). He also narrowly takes West Virginia, because many West Virginians would wholeheartedly support Uncle Joe in a bid for the White House.

    Paul hangs on to Florida and Arizona by virtue of his platform being in line with voters there, and Manchin being the Democrat decreases progressive turnout, causing normally cobalt blue states like California and Oregon to waver a bit (and also thanks to San Diego/Orange County Business Republican-types showing out hard for Paul) because they don't have the blue-collar base that, along with minorities, keeps New York and Illinois solid blue.
     
  18. nofynofie Well-Known Member

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    Thanks
     
  19. Calthrina950 Well-Known Member

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    I have a question for you. Are you still working on the 1992 county map for Bush + Perot?
     
  20. Bomster Who is the spiciest memelord?

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    Here’s a Google Trends map...

    If people had voted with their searches then this is what an election between Donald Trump and George H.W. Bush would look like in December 2018:

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    George H.W. Bush - 402 EV
    Donald Trump - 136 EV
     
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