The Woman in Red was one of the first female masked crimefighter superheroes in OTL, and because she is now public domain, I've adopted her to be one of North American Wondertainment's staple feature heroes. As such, the series is about her and her adventures in the world of NAW's superheroes and supervillains, and part of their broader television universe.What is the show about?
Ontario cut in two vertically... if i had to guess without loyalist moving there quebeckers had more free land and so part of the 1 million who went to the US IRL go west in ontario, but they can only manage to settle half of it significantly, the eastern part is either some tecumseh's confederacy-like indian reservation turned country or anglo settled, in thelatter case they settled through michigan and into ontario by the south-west, thus making half of it english.Speaking of which. What happened to Ontario. It's pretty much under populated.
That's a weirdly shapped louisiana
I'd love to know more about this america
You might wanna put this in the Alternate Electoral Maps thread, just saying.So I tried to use the template of Canadian-Provinces-To-American-States that Thande used, and unfortunately it does not really work with the earlier elections. This is the equivalent of the 1921 Canadian Federal Election for example.
The Quebecois South is the most glaring given the massive margins the Democrats/Liberals won there, but that not being so elsewhere in places where'd it make sense. New England's results on account of being separated into the Provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward and Newfoundland can wildly differ as seemed to be the case in 1925. I'm going to move around a couple of States to see if I can get something that seems less random, more sensible.