Alternate Electoral Maps II

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Quaid-e-Azam, May 22, 2017.

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  1. Keeganc2020 Kicked

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    Is that FDR's Wallace ?
     
  2. Alex Richards Still, at least we're not Heanor UDC Donor

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    No but it is his Progressive Party there, and he gets the title role.

    That's George.
     
  3. IGUNNUK33LU Member

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    Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)/ Representative John Delaney (D-MD)
    Governor Charlie Baker (I-MA)/ Governor Larry Hogan (I-MD)
    President Donald Trump (R-NY)/ Vice President Mike Pence (R-IN)
    Closest States:
    Maryland I + 2.0%
    Massachusetts I + 2.3%
    Montana D+ 4.2%

    First electoral map post so I know this is really unrealistic but oh well
     
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  4. naraht Well-Known Member

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    As a Marylander, I just can't see it going Independent even with this combination. Hogan won the 2014 Gubernatorial election 51-47-1.5(L) and even with him being moderately popular, I can't see Trump below 20% in Maryland and they are all coming from people who voted for Hogan in 2014. I also can't see Warren/Delaney getting less than 40%. So I'm curious as to how you see the Maryland Presidential election going. (Delaney is unlikely to have any home state advantage, (I live in his district), so replacing him on the ticket with "Moderately liberal Turnip from Guam" isn't likely to change the Maryland vote.)
     
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  5. IGUNNUK33LU Member

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    Yeah I agree I just wanted to see in what possible way an independent could win Maryland so I figured I would take two of the most moderate Republicans and stack them against a hit or miss Democrat. Like I said Ik this would never happen but It would be kinda interesting if something like that did happen. I also figured that since Delaney is the only one to officially announce his candidacy I might as well put him because let's be real here he doesn't have a chance. Also Maryland bro :)
     
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  6. naraht Well-Known Member

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    Maryland and Moderate Democrat don't go together. :)
     
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  7. Wendell Wendell

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    If that ws your goal then having the Democratic VP candidate be from Maryland was a mistake, on top of every other consideration.
     
  8. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    Can you guess what year this is and who the candidates are? (P.S, I did not make this map personally)
     
  9. AprilSnow Fastest draw in the West

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    Looks like a map from the 80s or 90s.
     
  10. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    It is.
     
  11. AprilSnow Fastest draw in the West

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    Beyond that, I've no clue. It looks like a fairly typical county map during a neutral year between two competitive candidates.
     
  12. Kaiser_Wilhelm Whatever it is, Bush probably did it.

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    Is it Al Gore and Bob Dole?
     
  13. Wendell Wendell

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    1988?
     
  14. Bjornhattan World's Worst Psephologist

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    Definitely Clinton's involved due to Arkansas being much more Democratic than its neighbours. The Republican's probably pretty moderate winning Vermont easily.

    1988 Bush vs Clinton?
     
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  15. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    Incorrect, but Clinton is the Democratic candidate's running mate.
     
  16. Kaiser_Wilhelm Whatever it is, Bush probably did it.

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    Is it Dole vs Gore/Clinton
     
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  17. AltFuture Jeffersonian Federalist

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    Can you try to make the states map for this? With percentages.

    @Tex Arkana
     
  18. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    A narrow GOP victory, but a very odd electoral map for sure.


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    West Virginia and Vermont are the most Democratic states. Utah and Idaho are the most GOP.
     
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  19. Keeganc2020 Kicked

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    Kinda looks like Kennedy- Richards vs Pete Wilson- Dole 1996 or 2000.
     
  20. Keeganc2020 Kicked

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    But also there's basicly no timeline or candidates I can imagine where you get a blue San Francisco and a red NYC .... ???
     
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