Alternate Electoral Maps III

It's not Wilkie, is it?
nope, seeing as he passed 4 years before this election. He also founded a massive media empire that is still around to this day, albeit with different kind of ideological heads. If you think you know who it is, message me and I'll tell you if you're wrong or right.
 
I made these a while back, but have these maps of the 2010 and 2015 Chinese presidential elections by prefecture.

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Note: I am not the original maker of this series, I only re-made the maps in my style (original maker is u/cosmonautdavid)

Elysium is an Earth colony on Mars with a devolved parliament.

2220 Elysium election
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TAA are liberal-conservatives who want to remain under jurisdiction of the Earth ("or whichever country the colony is from") until they think it's safe to leave.
MSP and FP are the opposite and want to keep Elysium's resources for themselves.
Both the GMP and LLP are largely divided on the issue, and the IIP is a single-issue party wanting independence from both Elysium and the Earth, "possibly abstentionist although I'll have to check my notes".

Despite the MSP getting more votes, the TAA comes first in number of seats and forms a center-right coalition with the LLP.
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2225 Elysium election
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Here, the incumbent TAA and LLP government has attempted some gerrymandering (plus 5 new seats) that went "horribly wrong" and actually helped the opposition, giving the 2 largest separatist parties of large majority of the seats and handling them an easy government formation.
The greens collapsed from the last election due to their split between the GMP (eco-fascist) and the NGA (more moderate, more akin to the ones we have on Earth today).
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2230 Elysium election
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For this election, the Martian Separatists and the Frontier Party have merged as a single-issue party: the MC, promising independence from the Earth.
The LLP merged with tome TAA members to become the the LCP: they are also separatists, but also federalists and trend to the center-right.
The TAA is still loyal to the Earth; it is unitarian and also center-right.
The NGA are eco-socialist and federalist.
The IIP is still single-issue, wanting independence from both Elysium and the Earth.

"In the run up to the 2230 election, the Martian Separatists and the Frontier Party agree to officially merge their two parties together and run on a single-issue ticket of Elysium Independence. Meanwhile, the Terrestrial and Archipelago Party faces a split, as the more conservative members grow disillusioned with fighting the lost cause against independence. Joining forces with the recently dissolved Liberal and Libertarian Group, these defectors form the new Liberal Conservative Party, campaigning to ensure that any post-independence Elysium will be a capitalist one.

The Martian Coalition is a success, increasing their majority to 24 seats. The LCP also gains ground in the suburbs, overtaking the TRA by 10 seats and becoming the new opposition. After five years of preparation, the stage is set for independence."
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Here's a map I made of a hypothetical party system in an independent New England. I kept the parties somewhat simple, with four major parties and one minor one. The Progressive Party is a pretty standard left wing party, advocating for social liberalism, government intervention in the economy, and various government programs. The Commonwealth Party is the conservative party, in favor of the free market and rather socially conservative, albeit not as right-wing as the US Republicans. The Solidarity Party is a populist working class party that supports similar economic protections as the Progressives and has similar social positions as the Commonwealthers. The Liberal Party is a socially liberal party whose base is mostly upper middle class areas, and it is popular among voters who are NIMBYs and/or don't want higher taxes. The Green Mountain Party is a lot like the Progressive Party ideologically, but is a Vermont regionalist party dedicated to advocating for Vermonter interests. The map above represents a relatively neutral political atmosphere. No party has a majority of seats, but the Commonwealthers have a 41% plurality (152/368). I didn't make this map specifically as a US-style or Westminster-style system, but in the former this would mean the Commonwealthers would try to elect a speaker with a plurality of seats, and in the latter they would need to caucus with the Solidarity Party to get a majority.
Cross-posting this from the map thread.
 
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The 2019 Irish Parliament election saw a thoroughly striking result given Irish history, and it has been joked that were someone from the day the Home Rule Act 1885 was passed to see the map, they would wonder what kind of prank was being pulled on them. But no, the colours and seat totals are correct, as absurd as it may seem. So what happened?

The first question, of course, is not just how the Unionists won the most votes and seats, but how they did so while winning just one of the famous ‘six counties’ of Ulster that were once their strongest bastions and without getting a single seat in County Londonderry or Belfast. The answer is that in the intervening 135 years, the Unionists have evolved from a conservative Protestant party to a liberal-conservative big tent populist movement, appealing to conservative Catholics disillusioned with the turn of young Irish people away from the Church and its traditional ideals on issues like abortion and gay rights and inclined to support neoliberal economics instead of socialist experiments.

Next, one might ask how Labour have managed to retain widespread support. Since the 1930s, Labour has been the main opposing force in Irish politics mostly due to its mainland cousin pumping money into its cause and due to a generation of left-wing Irish abandoning the Unionist-Nationalist duopoly in its favour; under Thomas Johnson, it laid the foundations of the welfare state which Attlee’s government would take inspiration from a decade later, and more recently under Dick Spring it used the boom in the Irish economy of the 1990s to invest in public services, make its general populous richer, and held up surprisingly well compared to the rest of the UK when the Great Recession hit as a result. While the party under Catherine Murphy has proven significantly less popular, it has retained a solid vote across Ireland due to its successful capitalization on the upswing in support for democratic socialism among leftist voters in recent years.

Something else perhaps curious to an outside observer is the strength of Sinn Fein. Effectively, in the past decade the party has managed to capture the hearts and minds of left-leaning Irish nationalists, with an even more ardent commitment to democratic socialism than Labour, a republican undercurrent that resonates significantly with northern Irish who resent the influence of Protestantism on their lives, and the personal popularity of new leader Mary Lou Macdonald all allowing it to perform very strongly in 2019.

Then one might note, looking at the Irish Parliamentary Party and their tiny 21-seat grouping, how the mighty have fallen, given that once upon a time they could come close to winning an overall majority of Ireland’s seats and even votes all by themselves. Effectively, since their modern high point of the mid- to late-2000s under First Minister Bertie Ahern ended, they have been eaten away at by every party under the sun- the Unionists snatched their broad populist appeal, their Irish nationalist credentials have been superseded by Sinn Fein, most Labour voters blame them for the recession and ‘ruining Dick’s prosperity’, and most of the minor party voters consider them too spineless to be worth bothering with, especially after they aligned with the Unionists to keep Micheal Martin in power after the 2011 and 2015 elections despite their votes and seats being sapped away. The Martin government enacting policies like the establishment of gay marriage in Ireland and the liberalization of abortion after national referenda didn’t do much to revitalize the party among liberal-leaning voters, who considered them long overdue as mainland Britain had already established them, and even alienated some older rank-and-file IPP ones. Critics have simply summarized their problem as ‘not having any policies besides being the natural party of government, and they aren’t that anymore’.

Moving on to the minor parties, the ideologies become more diverse. You have the Democratic Unionist Party, the smallest to win a county’s popular vote, a haven for conservative Protestants of the sort that used to be Unionist to the bone before it diversified (or as they would probably argue, pandered). The Liberal Democrats are effectively a centrist protest party- derisively nicknamed ‘Yellow IPP’ or ‘Yellow Tories’ depending on who you ask- but, to their credit, have generally avoided kowtowing to those two parties on certain issues, mostly suffering because of the mainland party’s decline. The far-left People Before Profit and Green Party are fairly self-explanatory with a decent base among working-class Irish and ecologically conscious voters, and Aontú is effectively a socially-conservative split from Sinn Fein.

Effectively, following the election there were two obvious options for a coalition- a left-wing one between Labour and Sinn Fein with the IPP’s support, or the Unionists taking control of a renewed coalition with the IPP. Either not anticipating or not caring about the distaste his decision would create, Martin quickly arranged to be deputy First Minister in a government led by Unionist Leo Varadkar, a compromise candidate as not only a southerner but also the first non-white or openly gay First Minister, backed up by a handful of independents and Lib Dems.

Not surprisingly, this decision was met with outrage from many left-wing Irish voters, and in the year since the election the IPP’s vote is hovering at around half what it was in 2019. While Vadradkar has been fairly well-liked by the Irish public, compared positively to Ruth Davidson as an example of a conservative from a minority capable of appealing to a large cross-section of their country, Labour and Sinn Fein have been aggressively pressuring him to adopt more interventionist policy, especially in the wake of the Coronavirus scandal (which has further impacted the government negatively for another dip in Ireland’s economy), while smaller parties like PBP have mocked him for being ‘the embodiment of rainbow capitalism’ and the DUP’s membership have addressed him at rallies in terms that are best not repeated.

At this point, though, it’s hard to say whether in 2023 Ireland will go for rainbow capitalism or ‘fully automated luxury gay republican communism’, as some Sinn Feiners and PBP supporters have jokingly described the potential policy programme of a future Labour or Sinn Fein government.
 
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Here's the Map for 1928 for the Wikipedia Boxes I posted a few minutes ago

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Senator Ellison D. Smith (D-SC)/Bank Founder and Lawyer Evans Wollen (D-IN) : 268

Governor Herbert Hoover (R-CA)/Senate Majority Leader Charles Curtis (R-KS) : 263
Might do 1932 later.
 
The Constituencies of South Africa in the Ex Unitate Vires Election Game. Recently leading parties in the polls per constituency.
Each constituency elects 5 MPs, excpet Cape Town (15), Durban (10) ,Pretoria (10) and the large Karoo, which is split up into a smaller western Namaqualand (2) and Graaff- Reinet- Karoo (3).
The expat constituency is combined with the Kruger NP.
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The leading party is the African National Congress, followed by the National Party, the Inkatha Freedom Party, United Party/ United South African Party.
In two constituencies, the Democratic Party, the Transkei National Independence Party and the Lebowan Peoples Party are taking the lead.
The Bophuthatswana Independence Party, Ciskei National Independence Party, and Venda National Party are leading in one constituency each
 

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Note: I am still not the original maker of this series, I only re-made the maps in my style (original maker is u/cosmonautdavid)

Elysium is an Earth colony on Mars with a devolved parliament.

Previous forum post / Original Reddit post
2231 Elysium independence referendum
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2232 Elysium snap election
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After the referendum, the TAA campaigned under the Rejoin! slogan as their polls reached an all-time low. The FP split back from the Martian Coalition, and a third faction the MDG (Martian Democratic Group) splintered, fearing the the Coalition's "extreme unitary policies" would alienate voters, and worried their hard party line would turn authoritarian. What remained of the Martian Coalition re-branded themselves as the MPS (Martian Progressive Socialists) and would call for a snap election to get back their lost majority.
The 3-way split allowed the LCP to sneak past the post in several usually separatist-held south-eastern coastal constituencies, while also making huge gains in previously TAA-led rural areas. This split also allowed smaller parties to climb a few steps up: the NGA gained a third constituency despite their popular vote nosediving, the IIP won all outer islands constituencies for the first time since 2220. The RP (Reform Party), campaigning on a platform of electoral reform and proportional representation, also entered in the parliament with a seat. Both MDG and FP turned down coalitions with the MPS, the LCP thus formed a minority government.

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As my first post to this website, here is the election map of the 1867 Confederate States Presidential Election from Harry Turtledove's The Guns of the South (1992)

Note: the map labels Robert E. Lee (Confederate Party) as blue and Nathan Bedford Forrest (Patriot Party) as red. However, Lee's states are red and Forrest's states are blue.

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Totals:

Robert E. Lee-Albert Gallatin Brown (Confederate Party)

496,536 popular votes
69 electoral votes
6 states carried



Nathan Bedford Forrest-Louis Wigfall (Patriot Party)

466,901 popular votes
50 electoral votes
6 states carried


Total amount of popular votes: 963,437
Total amount of electoral votes: 119


Results by state:

Alabama
Forrest wins the state with 51,189 popular votes and also wins the states 11 electoral votes. Lee comes in second with 38,933 votes. 90,122 votes in the state in total.

Arkansas
Forrest wins the state with 28,376 popular votes and also wins the states 6 electoral votes. Lee comes in second with 25,776 votes. 54,152 votes in the state in total.

Florida
Lee wins the state with 7,063 popular votes and also wins the states 4 electoral votes. Forrest comes in second with 6,238 votes. 13,301 votes in the state in total

Georgia
Lee wins the state with 57,056 popular votes and also wins the states 12 electoral votes. Forrest comes in second with 49,391 votes. 106,447 votes in the state in total.

Kentucky
Lee wins the state with 80,565 popular votes and also wins the states 14 electoral votes. Forrest comes in second with 65,651 votes. 146,216 votes in the state in total.

Louisiana
Forrest wins the state with 26, 215 popular votes and also wins the state 8 electoral votes. Lee comes in second with 24,295 votes. 50,510 votes in the state in total.

Mississippi
Forrest wins the state with 39,384 popular votes and also wins the states 9 electoral votes. Lee comes in second with 29,711 votes. 69,095 votes in the state in total.

North Carolina
Lee wins the state with 55,223 popular votes and also wins the states 12 electoral votes. Forrest comes in second with 41,489 votes. 96,712 votes in state in total.

South Carolina
No popular vote in the state, but Forrest wins the states 8 electoral votes.

Tennessee
Lee wins the state with 74,368 popular votes and also wins the states 14 electoral votes. Forrest comes in second with 71,738 votes. 146,106 votes in the state in total.

Texas
Forrest wins the state with 35,248 popular votes and also wins the states 8 electoral votes. Lee comes in second with 27,807 votes. 63,055 votes in the state in total.

Virginia
Lee wins the state with 75,739 popular votes and also wins the states 13 electoral votes. Forrest comes in second with 51,982. 127,721 votes in the state in total.

Note: South Carolina's electors to the Electoral College were chosen by the state's legislature rather than by popular vote.

Well, that's done. In the near future, I'll probably upload an election infobox to the Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes thread. Oh, BTW, is anyone here good with percentages? I suck at them and would really like to know how much each candidate got in each state.
 
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Since I added one election from Harry Turtledove's The Guns of the South, I might as well add the other one. Well, here's the 1864 United States Presidential Election. State colors as follows:

Horatio Seymour (Democrat) blue
Abraham Lincoln (Republican) red
George McClellan (Independent) gray
John C. Frémont (Radical Republican) yellow/gold

Note: Nevada should have 3 electoral votes and not just 2.

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Totals:
Horatio Seymour-Clement Vallandigham (Democratic Party)

1,671,580 popular votes
138 electoral votes
10 states carried

Abraham Lincoln-Hannibal Hamlin (Republican Party)

1,638,415 popular votes
83 electoral votes
12 states carried

John C. Frémont-Andrew Johnson (Radical Republicans)

436,337 popular votes
3 electoral votes
1 state carried

George McClellan-Edward Everett (Independent)

287,749 popular votes
10 electoral votes
2 states carried

Total amount of popular vote: 4,034,081
Total amount of electoral vote: 234


Results by state:

California:
Seymour wins the state with 38,649 popular votes and also carrying its 5 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 36,108 votes, McClellan in third with 19,860 votes and Frémont in last place with 12,379.

Connecticut:
Lincoln wins the state with 35,740 popular votes and also carrying its 6 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 29653 votes, Frémont in third with 11,913 votes and McClellan in last with 9,652 votes.

Delaware:
McClellan wins the state with 5,889 popular votes and also carrying its 3 electoral votes (This state and neighboring New Jersey are the only states that McClellan won). Seymour and Lincoln come in a close second and third place with Seymour getting 4,941 votes and Lincoln getting 4,874. Frémont comes in last with just 1218 votes.

Illinois:
Lincoln wins his home state with 164,716 popular votes and also carrying its 16 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 161,233 votes, Frémont comes in third with 18,457 votes while McClellan comes in last with 3,831 votes.

Indiana:
Seymour wins the state with 124,372 popular votes and also carrying its 13 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 117,089 votes, Frémont comes in third with 29,412 votes while McClellan comes in last with 9,244 votes.

Iowa:
Lincoln wins the state with 62,618 popular votes and also carrying its 8 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 51,716 votes, Frémont comes in third with 18,457 votes while McClellan comes in last with 4,254 votes.

Kansas:
Frémont wins the state with 11,524 popular votes and also wins the state's 3 electoral votes (This was the only state that Frémont would win) . Lincoln comes in second with 6,215 votes, Seymour comes in third with 3,151 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 691 votes.

Kentucky:
Seymour wins the state with 59,213 popular votes and also wins the states 11 electoral votes. McClellan comes in second with 18,510 votes, Lincoln comes in third with 12,892 votes while Frémont comes in last with 1,473 votes.

Maine:
Lincoln wins the state with 46,034 popular votes and also wins the states 7 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 40,638 votes, Frémont comes in third with 23,303 votes while McClellan comes in last with 4,821 votes.

Maryland:
Seymour wins the state with 40,892 popular votes and also wins the states 7 electoral votes. McClellan comes in second with 19,900 votes, Lincoln comes in third with 18,879 votes while Frémont comes in last 2,114 votes.

Massachusetts:
Lincoln wins the state with 83,005 popular votes and also wins the states 12 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 42,468 votes, Frémont comes in third with 35,273 votes while McClellan comes in last with 14,741 votes.

Michigan:
Lincoln wins the state with 74,106 popular votes and also wins the state 8 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 71,070 votes, Frémont comes in third with 19338 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 661 votes.

Minnesota:
Lincoln wins the state with 19,465 popular votes and also wins the states 4 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 15,818 votes, McClellan comes in third with 13,461 votes and Frémont comes in last with 6,615 votes.

Missouri:
Seymour wins the state with 49,147 popular votes and also wins the states 11 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 37,356 votes, McClellan comes in third with 13,461 votes while Frémont comes in last with 4,318 votes.

Nevada:
Lincoln wins the state with 7,389 popular votes and also wins the states 3 electoral votes. Seymour comes in a close second with 6,814 votes, Frémont comes in third with 1,626 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 591 votes.

New Hampshire:
Lincoln wins the state with 30,150 popular votes and also wins the states 5 electoral votes, Seymour comes in second with 26,758 votes, Frémont comes in third with 11,49 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 1,323 votes.

New Jersey:
McClellan wins the state with 50,982 popular votes and also wins the states 7 electoral votes (This state and neighboring Delaware are the only states that McClellan won), Seymour comes in a close second with 49,051 votes, Lincoln comes in third with 16,350 votes while Fremont comes in last with 12,359 votes.

New York:
Seymour wins the state with 333,209 popular votes and wins the states 33 electoral votes (the most votes from any state). Lincoln comes in second with 293,019 votes, Frémont comes in third with 87,687 votes while McClellan comes in last with 16,807.

Ohio:
Seymour wins the state with 219,618 popular votes and also wins the states 21 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 197,939 votes, Frémont comes in third place with 41,002 votes while McClellan comes in last with 12,725 votes.

Oregon:
Seymour wins the state with 6,789 popular votes wand also wins the states 3 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 5,210 votes while McClellan and Frémont come in a close third and last with McClellan getting 3,302 votes and Frémont coming in close behind with 3,064 votes.

Pennsylvania:
Seymour wins the state with 228,678 popular votes and also wins the states 26 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 217,033 votes, McClellan comes in third with 72,371 votes while Frémont comes in last with 55,652 votes.

Rhode Island:
Lincoln wins the state with 8,696 popular votes and also wins the states 4 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 7,820 votes, Frémont comes in third with 5559 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 992 votes.

Vermont:
Lincoln wins the state with 25,083 electoral votes and also carrying its 5 electoral votes. Frémont comes in second with 17,391 votes, Seymour comes in third with 11,873 votes while McClellan comes in last with 1,394 votes.

West Virginia:
Lincoln wins the state with 19,585 popular votes and also carrying the states 5 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 11,754 votes, Frémont comes in third with 2,197 votes while McClellan comes in last with 1,091 votes.

Wisconsin:
Seymour wins the state with 68,996 popular votes and also carrying the states 8 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 66,159 votes, Frémont comes in third with 13,590 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 597 votes.

Phew! :oops:That was exhausting! Well I now have all the info I need. As with the other map and info above. in the near future, I'll probably upload an election infobox to the Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes thread. Oh, BTW, is anyone here good with percentages? I suck at them and would really like to know how much each candidate got in each state.
 
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Since I added one election from Harry Turtledove's The Guns of the South, I might as well add the other one. Well, here's the 1864 United States Presidential Election. State colors as follows:

Horatio Seymour (Democrat) blue
Abraham Lincoln (Republican) red
George McClellan (Independent) gray
John C. Frémont (Radical Republican) yellow/gold

Note: Nevada should have 3 electoral votes and not just 2.

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Totals:
Horatio Seymour-Clement Vallandigham (Democratic Party)

1,671,580 popular votes
138 electoral votes

Abraham Lincoln-Hannibal Hamlin (Republican Party)

1,638,415 popular votes
83 electoral votes

John C. Frémont-Andrew Johnson (Radical Republicans)

436,337 popular votes
3 electoral votes

George McClellan-Edward Everett (Independent)

287,749 popular votes
10 electoral votes

Results by state:

California:
Seymour wins the state with 38,649 popular votes and also carrying its 5 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 36,108 votes, McClellan in third with 19,860 votes and Frémont in last place with 12,379.

Connecticut:
Lincoln wins the state with 35,740 popular votes and also carrying its 6 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 29653 votes, Frémont in third with 11,913 votes and McClellan in last with 9,652 votes.

Delaware:
McClellan wins the state with 5889 popular votes and also carrying its 3 electoral votes (This state and neighboring New Jersey are the only states that McClellan won). Seymour and Lincoln come in a close second and third place with Seymour getting 4,941 votes and Lincoln getting 4,874. Frémont comes in last with just 1218 votes.

Illinois:
Lincoln wins his home state with 164,716 popular votes and also carrying its 16 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 161,233 votes, Frémont comes in third with 18,457 votes while McClellan comes in last with 3,831 votes.

Indiana:
Seymour wins the state with 124,372 popular votes and also carrying its 13 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 117,089 votes, Frémont comes in third with 29,412 votes while McClellan comes in last with 9,244 votes.

Iowa:
Lincoln wins the state with 62,618 popular votes and also carrying its 8 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 51,716 votes, Frémont comes in third with 18,457 votes while McClellan comes in last with 4,254 votes.

Kansas:
Frémont wins the state with 11,524 popular votes and also wins the state's 3 electoral votes (This was the only state that Frémont would win) . Lincoln comes in second with 6,215 votes, Seymour comes in third with 3,151 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 691 votes.

Kentucky:
Seymour wins the state with 59,213 popular votes and also wins the states 11 electoral votes. McClellan comes in second with 18,510 votes, Lincoln comes in third with 12,892 votes while Frémont comes in last with 1,473 votes.

Maine:
Lincoln wins the state with 46,034 popular votes and also wins the states 7 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 40,638 votes, Frémont comes in third with 23,303 votes while McClellan comes in last with 4,821 votes.

Maryland:
Seymour wins the state with 40,892 popular votes and also wins the states 7 electoral votes. McClellan comes in second with 19,900 votes, Lincoln comes in third with 18,879 votes while Frémont comes in last 2,114 votes.

Massachusetts:
Lincoln wins the state with 83,005 popular votes and also wins the states 12 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 42,468 votes, Frémont comes in third with 35,273 votes while McClellan comes in last with 14,741 votes.

Michigan:
Lincoln wins the state with 74,106 popular votes and also wins the state 8 electoral votes, Seymour comes in second with 71,070 votes, Frémont comes in third with 19338 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 661 votes.

Minnesota:
Lincoln wins the state with 19,465 popular votes and also wins the states 4 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 15,818 votes, McClellan comes in third with 13,461 votes and Frémont comes in last with 6,615 votes

Missouri:
Seymour wins the state with 49,147 popular votes and also wins the states 11 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 37,356 votes, McClellan comes in third with 13,461 votes while Frémont comes in last with 4,318 votes.

Nevada:
Lincoln wins the state with 7,389 popular votes and also wins the states 3 electoral votes. Seymour comes in a close second with 6,814 votes, Frémont comes in third with 1,626 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 591 votes.

New Hampshire:
Lincoln wins the state with 30,150 popular votes and also wins the states 5 electoral votes, Seymour comes in second with 26,758 votes, Frémont comes in third with 11,49 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 1,323 votes.

New Jersey:
McClellan wins the state with 50,982 popular votes and also wins the states 7 electoral votes (This state and neighboring Delaware are the only states that McClellan won), Seymour comes in a close second with 49,051 votes, Lincoln comes in third with 16,350 votes while Fremont comes in last with 12,359 votes.

New York:
Seymour wins the state with 333,209 popular votes and wins the states 33 electoral votes (the most votes from any state). Lincoln comes in second with 293,019 votes, Frémont comes in third with 87,687 votes while McClellan comes in last with 16,807.

Ohio:
Seymour wins the state with 219,618 popular votes and also wins the states 21 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 197,939 votes, Frémont comes in third place with 41,002 votes while McClellan comes in last with 12,725 votes.

Oregon:
Seymour wins the state with 6,789 popular votes wand also wins the states three electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 5,210 votes while McClellan and Frémont come in a close third and last with McClellan getting 3,302 votes and Frémont coming in close behind with 3,064 votes.

Pennsylvania:
Seymour wins the state with 228,678 popular votes and also wins the states 26 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 217,033 votes, McClellan comes in third with 72,371 votes while Frémont comes in last with 55,652 votes.

Rhode Island:
Lincoln wins the state with 8,696 popular votes and also wins the states 4 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 7,820 votes, Frémont comes in third with 5559 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 992 votes.

Vermont:
Lincoln wins the state with 25083 electoral votes and also carrying its 5 electoral votes. Frémont comes in second with 17,391 votes, Seymour comes in third with 11,873 votes while McClellan comes in last with 1,394 votes.

West Virginia:
Lincoln wins the state with 19,585 popular votes and also carrying the states 5 electoral votes. Seymour comes in second with 11,754 votes, Frémont comes in third with 2,197 votes while McClellan comes in last with 1,091 votes.

Wisconsin:
Seymour wins the state with 68,996 popular votes and also carrying the states 8 electoral votes. Lincoln comes in second with 66,159 votes, Frémont comes in third with 13,590 votes while McClellan comes in last with just 597 votes.

Phew! :oops:That was exhausting! Well I now have all the info I need. As with the other map and info above. in the near future, I'll probably upload an election infobox to the Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes thread. Oh, BTW, is anyone here good with percentages? I suck at them and would really like to know how much each candidate got in each state.
This is a GREAT first post. You'll go places

Regarding the percentages, you might want an excel spreadsheet. Here's something I mocked up to show how you might do it. Essentially the raw number of votes are in the first columns, then a total created from a sum function. Then the next columns create the percentage by dividing the raw number of votes a candidate received by the total.
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Hopefully this makes sense. If not I don't mind helping you out more.
 
This is a GREAT first post. You'll go places

Regarding the percentages, you might want an excel spreadsheet. Here's something I mocked up to show how you might do it. Essentially the raw number of votes are in the first columns, then a total created from a sum function. Then the next columns create the percentage by dividing the raw number of votes a candidate received by the total.
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Hopefully this makes sense. If not I don't mind helping you out more.

Thanks for the info and for the reply, Baconheimer! :) However, how do I make an excel spreadsheet on here?
 
Thanks for the info and for the reply, Baconheimer! :) However, how do I make an excel spreadsheet on here?
Unfortunately as far as I know that is not possible on here. You'd have to either create a separate spreadsheet on excel or google drive. I'd encourage you to do that because even if it is a lot to set up, once you do have it up it's very easy to get percentages.
 
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