Alternate Electoral Maps II

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  1. Threadmarks: Tex Arkana-Carter runs a better campaign in 1976 and picks Frank Church as his running mate, winning in a landslide.

    Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    Carter runs a better campaign in 1976 and picks Frank Church as his running mate, winning in a landslide.
     
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  2. Mira Starlight A Dream Left To Cling To

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    I wonder what happens in '80?
     
  3. Threadmarks: DPKdebator-Trump landslide in 2016

    DPKdebator Hmm...

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    Bigger Trump victory 2016
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    Chairman of the Trump Organization Donald Trump / Governor Mike Pence - 350 EV, 52.39%
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton / Senator Tim Kaine - 188 EV, 46.21%
     
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  4. Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    Carter wins narrowly, losing VA, CA, OK, MS, WI and Maine compared to '76. He picks up Michigan however.
     
  5. Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    This is Trump's absolute best case scenario for 2020, give or take New Mexico.
     
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  6. Threadmarks: wildviper121-Trump landslide based off of someone's Campaign trail game

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    Donald Trump electoral landslide based off someone's campaign trail game: https://www.americanhistoryusa.com/campaign-trail/game/208197
    The Trump-Brown campaign ruthlessly attacked Clinton throughout the campaign, driving down her numbers tremendously. Clinton was not able to properly retaliate thanks to all her insults being considered compliments by Trump.
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    Businessman Donald Trump / Senator Scott Brown -- 371, 52.67%
    Secretary Hillary Clinton / Senator Tim Kaine -- 167, 43.78%
     
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  7. DPKdebator Hmm...

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    How the heck did he manage to win Illinois?
     
  8. Threadmarks: DPKdebator-The worst you can do as Hillary Clinton in the campaign trail game

    DPKdebator Hmm...

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    Here's the worst you can possibly do with Hillary:
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    By using all the worst possible answers, I was able to net Hillary 38.4% of the PV (vs 57.2% for Trump) and 7 electoral votes.
     
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  9. Threadmarks: TheSaint1950-Last gallup poll in 1948 is right

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    1948 Presidential Election

    Both Governor Thomas Dewey's and President Harry Truman's popular vote margins differed by 5% from the final Gallup poll.

    Truman: 44% (poll) --> 49% (actual result)
    Dewey: 50% (poll) --> 45% (actual result)

    Below is a map of the 1948 election with a swing of 5% of the popular vote in every state.

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    Below is the famous political cartoon made before the election, which describes what the polls were saying at the time. The statements in the cartoon fit or come close to fitting this map.

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  10. Threadmarks: jonnguy2016-Trump self-sabotage

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    Here's a Trump self-sabotage
     
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  11. Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    I'd love if someone could attempt to do a county map for this, I wonder if Clinton would win a majority of counties.
     
  12. jonnguy2016 Well-Known Member

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    Carter-slide. The closest state, Utah, was won by 10.91%
     
  13. wildviper121 Bartlet for America!

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    ---- Donald Trump 20 2,499,479 48.10
    ---- Hillary Clinton 0 2,494,201 48.00
    ---- Jill Stein 0 107,388 2.07
    ---- Gary Johnson 0 94,998 1.83
    He won by .1% so it was really close
     
  14. Mira Starlight A Dream Left To Cling To

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    That EV count for Hillary is literally the worst any major candidate has gotten. Worse than Landon in 1936.
     
  15. Kodoku (▰︶︹︺▰) Gone Fishin'

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    Man, that is beautiful.
     
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  16. Mira Starlight A Dream Left To Cling To

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    Solid electoral maps.
     
  17. jonnguy2016 Well-Known Member

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    I had to self-sabotage Ford by making him sound like George McGovern and choosing John Anderson to alienate the Reaganites, but worth it
     
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  18. Tex Arkana Spice for President!

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    Early polls in '76 indicated that the election would turnout somewhat like this, although I think Carter still would have lost Utah.
     
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    Hubert Humphrey victory! based off of https://www.americanhistoryusa.com/campaign-trail/game/243943
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    ---- Hubert H. Humphrey/John Connally -- 440 -- 35,029,291 -- 47.86
    ---- Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew -- 59 -- 29,316,604 -- 40.06
    ---- George Wallace/Curtis LeMay -- 39 -- 8,843,113 -- 12.08
    Humphrey benefits from LBJ's Great Society legacy, supporting a truce in Vietnam (which brought out the Democratic vote), and winning over Wallace votes in the South with economic policies. Most of all, however, he benefits from the revelation that Richard Nixon sabotaged the Vietnam peace negotiations. This ruined Nixon's run, and set Nixon down in history first as a traitor, then on the list of people like Clay and William Jennings Bryan who have had multiple unsuccessful presidential campaigns. Nixon ultimately avoided charges, but retired from politics shortly afterwards at the urging of his wife. At least he says he's retired, but it's only a matter of time before Nixon re-reawakens....
     
  20. Mira Starlight A Dream Left To Cling To

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    For whom did the pink states go?
     
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