Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by killertahu22, Jan 28, 2019.
No, seriously, this is a beaut
Did Gore really do so poorly in that debate?
I mean, they apparently thought California and Illinois were Lean R
I think West Virginia could have conceivably gone Democratic in 2012, if John Edwards had been the D nominee in 2008 and his little scandal somehow never came out, and he was a popular incumbent by 2012.
Barlonatarian General Election, 2010
Progressive Party: 32,182 (50.99%) - 33 Seats
Nationalist Party: 30,926 (49.01%) - 29 Seats
Government: Progressive Majority
RCP were (are?) Republican hacks. They consistently added like 8 points to Bush's totals.
What would the electoral map look like here?
Kerry wins in 2004 with a shift of roughly 160 thousand votes in Nevada, New Mexico, and Ohio. ITTL he loses the popular vote but wins in EC.
Why flip Nevada instead of Iowa?
Aw shit I forgot to flip it too.
Republican: Governor George Bush (TX)/General Collin Powell (NY): 342 Electoral Votes,48.07% Popular
Democratic: Vice President AL Gore (TN)/Senator Joe Lieberman (CT): 196 Electoral Votes,47.71% Popular
Green: Activist Ralph Nader (CT)/Activist Winnoa LaDuke (CA): 0 Electoral Votes,2.53% Popular
Reform: Television personality Pat Buchanan (VA)/Activist Ezola Foster (CA): 0 Electoral Votes,1.69% Popular
Based on a American Campaign Trail Game I played a few months ago.
Bill Clinton - 259 electoral votes / 36 percent popular vote
George Bush - 268 electoral votes / 36 percent popular vote
Ross perot - 11 electoral votes / 27 percent popular vote
Montana goes to Perot by 18 votes and throws the election to the house
This is from an alternate timeline I imagined up. can you guess what causes this?
The last breath of the new deala
No, blue is GOP.
The Gods of the Atlantic really like the Republicans and exert their influence on all states that touch her waters?
And also Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Tennessee
2016 general election in the Federal Republic of Upper Pacifica
2014 general election
From the looks of it, I am assuming an alternate reality in which Reconstruction is successful, with black voters delivering the South to the Republicans, and New England remaining steadfastly in their camp? At the same time, I would guess that Democrats become the Party of Bryan, fixing themselves in Appalachia, the Midwest, and West.
Also, did you see my question on the other Alternate Electoral Maps thread?
Is the little chunk of land not connected to the rest an island?
Some kind of alternate 1976?
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Also, did you see my question on the other Alternate Electoral Maps thread?[/QUOTE]
No, what was your question?
Also, your theory is pretty close to what I envisioned. in this timeline, Reconstruction is successful and Democrats are forced to appeal to both Southern whites and Southern blacks, so the Solid South remains solid for much longer than it did IOTL, and after a realignment, both white and black Southerners switch to the GOP in near equal numbers while they maintain their support in the Northeast.
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