Alternate Electoral Maps II

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Golfman76, May 22, 2017.

  1. AltFuture Well-Known Member

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    Anyone's attempts?
     
  2. TPL99 Well-Known Member

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    2012: Fmr. Gov. George Pataki (R-NY) / Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) vs Pres. Dick Gephardt (D-MO) / Vice Pres. Bob Kerrey (D-NE) ?
     
  3. AltFuture Well-Known Member

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    No.
     
  4. Pug American SNP supporter

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    My lazy attempt to make Liberal Republicans, Conservative Dems, and some third parties for no reason that's after 1964.
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    Richard Nixon/John Lindsay (R) 291 EVs
    Hubert Humphrey/Ed Muskie (D) 183 EVs
    George Wallace/Curtis Lemay (AI) 64 EVs
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    Richard Nixon/John Lindsay (R) 434 EVs
    Ed Muskie/Walter Mondale (D) 52 EVs
    George Wallace/John Ashbrook (AI) 52 EVs

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    Henry M. Jackson/Jimmy Carter (D) 272* EVs
    John Lindsay/Paul Laxalt (R) 163* EVs
    Jesse Helms/Bob Dornan (AI) 95
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    Eugene McCarthy/Jacob K. Javits (IP) 8 EVs*


    *In California and New York unpledged electors voted for McCarthy

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    Henry M. Jackson/Jimmy Carter (D) 226 EVs*
    Dick Cheney/Pat Robertson (AI) 129 EVs
    Larry Pressler/Howard Baker (R) 128 EVs
    Jerry Brown/John B. Anderson (IP) 55 EVs


    *After seeing how close they were to an election going to the house, congress implemented a rule saying that you only need a plurality, not a majority in the EC to win an election.

    I'll do the rest later
     
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  5. Al Smith For Real Al Smith!

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    With the Reagan Presidency, both the Inflation and Unemployment rose by only fractions, but the economy began to plunge into depression in October when the stock market crashed again. Richard Simmons took the Democratic Nomination yet again, and he chose Vice-President Alexander Haig to be his running mate. Richard Simmons swope through the Democratic Primaries, with James Rodriguez, Senator from NC, as his running mate. But then, a right-winged George H. W. Bush created the Taxpayer's Party and had a large counter against the sitting President. Albeit the large Taxpayer's Party stealing votes, Bush got no more than 3% in any state, and Reagan won the election in what we now call a Reaganslide.

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    Ronald Reagan (R-CA) / Alexander Haig (R-PA) 535 EV, 45.643.472 Votes (60%)
    Richard Simmons (D-VT) / James Rodriguez (D-NC) 3 EV, 29.297.156 Votes (39%)
    George H. W. Bush (T-TX) / Dick Cheney (T-WY) 0 EV, 313.275 Votes (0%)

    Results from the Reagan Term:

    Inflation: 5.1
    Unemployment: 7.5
    GNP: -2
    Nation at Peace
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  6. Utgard96 Sholem Aleicococ

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    Scoop Jackson was not a conservative. Neoconservative on foreign policy, yes, but that's not the same thing.
     
  7. Oppo Maryland Moonbeam Donor

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    Domestically, he was a typical New Dealer.
     
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  8. Kerguelen Unknown Known

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    I think he's talking about social conservatism.
     
  9. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    Literally just the actual 1976 map except Carter wins every Southern state.


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  10. Turquoise Blue It's a nice day for an Apocalypse Donor

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    Jack Kemp?! Jack French Kemp, part of the American Independent Party? The guy was not your typical right-wing populist at all.

    Way too liberal for the AIP.
     
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  11. AltFuture Well-Known Member

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    Explanation:

    Uneducated whites vote Democrats and blacks, educated whites, hispanics and others vote Republicans.

    Democratic Party is likely populist economically centre-left but socially mixed party with ideas of Trump, Manchin and Sanders and Republican Party is party of establishment, economically centre-right and socially centrist-to-liberal.
     
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  12. fashbasher Florida Man!

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    What could happen after Brexit if Europe continues its rightward shift. This shows the plurality in each constituency plus new EU member Montenegro. Dark grey represents ENF (including ANEL in Greece and Kukiz in Poland, which joins ENF) while black represents pure non-inscrits (Kotleba in Slovakia, Jobbik in Hungary, and KKE and Chrysi Avgi in Greece). The PP in Spain has moved further right to join AECR after Britain left, as has the Nationalist Party in Malta. Feel free to ask ?s about any specific constituency.
     
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  13. King of the Uzbeks Not as Big of a jerk as I could have been

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    1920

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    John Pershing/Calvin Coolidge def Robert Lansing/Edwin T. Meredith

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    John Pershing/Calvin Coolidge def Charles Bryan/Franklin Roosevelt def Robert LaFollette/Burton K Wheeler
     
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  14. TimTurner Puxatani Phil Admirer

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    I wonder what Pershing would have done in office ITTL.
     
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  15. fashbasher Florida Man!

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    An attempt at creating proportional representation in an 18th-century-like pre-industrial society with many small islands. One delegate is nominated by each of the three or four largest parties in a constituency (black lines), but his or her vote is weighted based on population and vote share to produce a "seat count". There are 557 seats, and they can be given out in fractions of as little as 1/10th if a party would otherwise go unrepresented. However, most elections rarely go beyond half seats (the goal is national proportional representation; very small island districts may only collectively get 1 seat for their three delegates).
     
  16. Fedelede That Colombian Guy

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    Pre-industrial Communists and pre-modern Greens sounds weird to me, but this is a really interesting election system and a really creative idea!
     
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  17. Kaiser_Wilhelm Whatever it is, Bush probably did it.

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    Here's a quick Jesse Jackson in 1988 scenario tbat I did. I'm not sure exactly how plausible it is.

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    Jesse Jackson/Al Gore
    George H.W. Bush/Elizabeth Dole
     
  18. AlfieJ This is the one I've waited for.

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    What if the 1987 exit poll was right and Margartet Thatcher pulled a Theresa May

    Conservative: 332 seats (-65) - 40.0% (-2.4)
    Labour: 267 seats (+58) - 35.0% (+7.4)
    Alliance: 28 seats (+5) - 23.0% (-2.4)

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  19. Alex Richards Possibly the Platonic Ideal of a Politibrit Donor

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    It's amazing how much Bluer London, Bristol, Merseyside and Manchester are there.
     
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  20. True Grit Trumpster Fire

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    Probably unrealistic for him to do that well, but it seems like what the map would look like if he somehow pulled it off.
     
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