Not sure if these boxes of mine fit that criteria. Much of the lore is based around the 2003 orange revolution and the financial crisis. I think i will post it in the poltical infoboxes thread.If no RL politicians or events are referenced past the 90s it should be fine
Just noticed you used the best candidate for the Confederate flag OTL! The fact it was never used was just one more of the tragedies of history regarding that worthless abominationA Fire-bell in the Night! The 1999 Confederate State Presidential ElectionThe 1999 Confederate States Presidential Election was the first presidential election that occurred after the complete enfranchisement of all non-White citizens in the Confederate States. Due to international pressure, both the CSA and its ally of South Africa would end their apartheid regimes by 1995 and 1994 respectively.
Early in the election, political commentators in the United States, South Africa, and Brazil believed that Buchanan would win the election, despite the campaigns of Burns and Edwards. One commentator even claimed that Buchanan would win due to a split ticket between Burns and Edwards. As the campaign progressed, however, Burns started taking the lead in a number of states in the Deep South. Buchanan would still have strong support in Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Edwards support was strongest in Kentucky and Virginia, with stable support nationwide. Burns would win most of his states by slim margins, closest being Arkansas and Virginia within .1% of loosing to Buchanan and Edwards respectively. Burns' strongest states were Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
Buchanan would claim that the election was rigged by "Communists and [censored by Digipedia Incorporated]", though an investigations led by the League of Nations would conclude that there was little to no vote rigging.
I've always figured that a surviving Confederacy would be a mix of Apartheid South Africa, Segregated United States, and Brazil (pre-emancipation). Slavery would be abolished in the Confederacy sometime between 1888 and 1900, probably due to international pressure. Segregation/Jim Crow/Disenfranchisement would last from the end of slavery until 1995, again due to international pressure. The people used in this infobox are used to represent the rough ideology of their political parties. They're not meant to be 1-to-1 analogous to their OTL counterparts. While working on this, I did realize that this would have been better served as a legislative election rather than a Presidential, but doing the math for a legislative election is a little bit much for me to do right now.