Alternate Electoral Maps II

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  1. Peyton Stephen Colbert 2020

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    Based off a really good President Infinity game as Debs (link), here's the 1912 election

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    Woodrow Wilson (D-NJ)/Thomas R. Marshall (D-IN) - 380 EVs, 38.3%
    Theodore Roosevelt (P-NY)/Hiram Johnson (P-CA) - 147 EVs, 24.6%
    Eugene V. Debs (S-IN)/Emil Seidel (S-WI) - 4 EVs, 20.1%
    William Howard Taft (R-OH)/Nicholas M. Butler (R-NY) - 0 EVs, 16.9%
     
  2. Tomislav Addai Well-Known Member

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    2006 elections:
    • SNSD:68 seats
    • SDS: 41 seats
    • SP: 27 seats
    • PDS: 9 seats
    • DNS: 6 seats
    • SRS: 4 seats
    The Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) suffered a major blow, and most of the Vrbas and Sana valleys was lost to Dodiks Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD). They are required to form a coalition with the Socialist Party
     
  3. Tomislav Addai Well-Known Member

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    2012 Elections:
    1. SNSD: 80 seats
    2. SDS: 28 seats
    3. PDS: 16 seats
    4. DNS: 13 seats
    5. SP: 10 seats
    6. SRS: 4 seats
    7. HNS: 4 seats
    The Alliance of Independent Social Democrats is thus allowed to form a one-colour government, without needing to form a coalition. The Serbian Democratic Party and the Socialist Party suffered large losses, while the PDS has almost doubled its gains. The DNS also more than doubled its gains
     
  4. Tomislav Addai Well-Known Member

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    1. SNSD: 56 seats
    2. SDS: 45 seats
    3. DNS: 17 seats
    4. PDS: 17 seats
    5. SP: 9 seats
    6. SRS: 6 seats
    7. HNS: 5 seats
    The SNSD has lost some 26 seats, and the SDS has managed to reclaim some of their seats. Socialists are doing bad, and it seems they will soon finish as a party. Both the DNS and PDS compete for a similar voter, although the PDS is a more an urban party.
    Government formation was difficult, and a coalition of opposition parties was formed: The Serbian Democratic Party, the DNS and the PDS made a three-party coalition government.
    The existence of a regional party in Herzegovina has forced the government to increase investments in the region, while the DNS is more focused on the western regions of the country.
     
  5. IFwanderer Well-Known Member

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    Chile in the 70s? these Gen-Zers are older than me!
    Again, Salvador Allende says hello.

    I mean, aside from lack of research about South America (and looking at the map threads, I can't really fault you for being like 90% of the site), your explanation of the map is pretty good (just try to work on making your walls of text more manageable)
     
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  6. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    Random county map I made. can you guess who the candidates are and what the state results are?
     
  7. killertahu22 Communism and Social Justice

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    Clinton is on the Democratic ticket somewhere?
     
  8. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    No, but the Democratic nominee is a Southerner. his/her running mate is not from the South though.
     
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  9. DPKdebator Hmm...

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    Unless the running mate is from New Hampshire or the Republican has connections with Massachusetts, I find Plymouth voting Republican before Rockingham and Hillsborough really strange.
     
  10. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    The Republican nominee is from Massachusetts, actually.
     
  11. DPKdebator Hmm...

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    How popular is the Republican? His/her performance seems pretty abysmal in New England.
     
  12. fashbasher Florida Man!

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    December 2017 - Raul Castro announces, as a Christmas present to the nation, that he wants his successor to be chosen through a democratic, parliamentary election supervised by the EU. The map below shows the results as of March 1, 2018. Six lists form to contest the election:

    Left-wing Nasties (a nickname that stuck from one of Raul's speeches condemning the "nasties who want to turn back the clock", like "deplorables") - highly orthodox communists who object to Raul's experiments with liberalization and privatization and who are offended by the increase in inequality and fear an increase in gangsterism and crime ("They're turning Cuba into Jamaica!").

    Broad Front - the current mainstream of Cuban communism with some capitalism as well as some Nordic model parties. They have doubled down on environmental rhetoric and use red and green (Christmas colors, amusingly) on their banners and ads.

    Liberal Democratic Alliance - European-style liberals. Believe Cuba should be "a European country in the Americas". Most popular in affluent suburbs and metropolitan cities.

    Christian Democratic Parties - European-style Christian Democrats. Strongly represented in and around Camag├╝ey, a city strongly associated with Catholicism and visited by Pope John Paul II. Still a bit to the left of their European counterparts.

    Republican Alliance - American-style conservatives, mainly found in major tourist areas and among the families of exiles. They're mockingly called the "Hialeah Party". They probably would've been able to kick the commies out of government if it wasn't for Trump's election.

    Right-wing Nasties - Unlike their far-left counterparts, they have not embraced this name, instead calling themselves "The First Order". Basically fascists, but viciously anti-American and anti-Trump (as Latin American nationalists). Strongest base is near Guantanamo Bay, which they've vowed to close by force if needed.
     
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  13. Calthrina950 Well-Known Member

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    Is this 1976? Or an altered version of it?
     
  14. NotA_Potato Well-Known Member

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    Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale vs Bob Dole/Edward Brooke in 1976?
     
  15. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    No. I can't imagine any scenario where Carter does that poorly in the South. And it's not an alternate 1976 either.
     
  16. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    No. There's really no plausible scenario where Carter does that poorly in the South in '76.
     
  17. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    It's not that the Republican is unpopular, it's that the Democrat is very popular and his running mate is also from New England.
     
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  18. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    I've talked a lot about how George Wallace was basically unelectable, but here is what the map would probably look like if he had won. In this scenario, Wallace is the Democratic nominee in 1972, he picks a solid running mate (Jimmy Carter), and the Watergate scandal breaks about 6 months before the election. Wallace and Carter capitalize on their relative outsider status and promise to bring decency to Washington, winning narrowly over Nixon. Wallace campaigns as a moderate on racial issues, and largely avoids talking about them at all. Wallace gets Solid South numbers in the Deep South, and wins every Southern state, making him the first Democrat since FDR to do so. Ohio is the tipping point state, with Wallace winning it by about 1.5%.



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    Governor George Wallace (D-AL)/Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA) 51.3% Popular Vote ~ 331 Electoral Votes
    President Richard Nixon (R-CA)/Vice President Spiro Agnew (R-MD) 47.2% Popular Vote ~ 207 Electoral Votes
     
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  19. kodak Has much to learn

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    Nixon would win Monroe County.
     
  20. Tex Arkana Rockefeller Republican

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    But I didn't make a county map for this yet... ???
     
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