List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

dw93 - "Country First:"
"Country First:"

44.
John McCain / Sarah Palin (Republican): 2009-2013
Def. 2008: John Edwards / Evan Bayh (Democratic)
45. Hillary Clinton / Russ Feingold (Democratic): 2013-2021
Def. 2012: Sarah Palin / Tim Pawlenty (Republican)
Def. 2016: Mitt Romney / Paul Ryan (Republican) Michele Bachman/Ben Carson (Tea Party Patriot)

46. Nikki Haley / John Kasich (Republican): 2021-?
Def. 2020: Russ Feingold / Steve Bullock (Democratic)
 
Asami - Backwards Analogues
35. Berthold H. Ostendorff / James Bradley (Republican; 1961-69)
1960 def. Michael Rowland / Peter Ross (Democratic)
1964 def. James Martin / Susan Peterson (Democratic)

36. Gregory W. Bradley / R. Braxton Charles (Democratic; 1969-77)
1968 def. Jefferson Kinsley / Jack Ecclestone (Republican)
1972 def. Arthur Garrett / Jacob Lawniczak (Republican)

37. William Clarkson / Arthur Garrett (Republican; 1977-1985)
1976 def. Barry Davis / Josiah Kenworthy (Democratic), Robert Partridge / Peter Caulden (Independent)
1980 def. Gregory Bradley / Doug Quincy (Democratic), Robert Partridge / John Stevens (Independent)

38. Gregory Bradley / Doug Quincy (Democratic; 1985-1989)
1984 def. Millicent Dannel / Leeroy Berk (Republican)
39. Charles Cassidy / Gregory Bradley (Democratic; 1989-1997)
1988 def. Wilson Melville / Greta Falwell (Republican)
1992 def. Jack Connors / Wilson Melville (Republican), Jacqueline B. Applegate / Pauline Latimer (Independent)

40. Jack Connors / Wilson Melville (Republican; 1997-2001)
1996 def. Graham Tomlinson / Barry Davis (Democratic)
41. Graham Tomlinson / Nathan Robertson (Democratic; 2001-2004)
2000 def. Gerald Martinez / Stanley Scranton (Republican)
42. Robert Newell / Steven Allison (Democratic; 2004-2009)
2004 def. Henry H. Hampton / Elizabeth Myrick (Republican), Geraldine Walburg / Carson Langley (Reform)
43. Lambert B. Jackson / Henry Hampton (Republican; 2009-2011)†
2008 def. Bridgett Galloway / Wendell E. Mackintosh (Democratic)
44. James Francis Kendall / L. Brad Jamison (Republican; 2011-present)
2012 def. Robert Newell / Harry C. Lawson, Jr. (Democratic)
2016 def. Mr. David Talmadge / Gov. Michelle Parsons (Democratic), Frmr Sec. of Interior Harry Carlyle / Sen. Terri Kent (Progressive), Sen. Barry Smith / Sen. Eric Warburton (Peace)


There is definitely a theme going on here. An accompanying write up will be coming with this, but if you can spot the trend and theme, I'll give you hugs. It isn't very hard, either. There's something you should look VERY CAREFULLY at. When you see it, everything will make sense.:p
 
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35. Berthold H. Ostendorff / James Bradley (Republican; 1961-69)
1960 def. Michael Rowland / Peter Ross (Democratic)
1964 def. James Martin / Susan Peterson (Democratic)

36. Gregory W. Bradley / R. Braxton Charles (Democratic; 1969-77)
1968 def. Jefferson Kinsley / Jack Ecclestone (Republican)
1972 def. Arthur Garrett / Jacob Lawniczak (Republican)

37. William Clarkson / Arthur Garrett (Republican; 1977-1985)
1976 def. Barry Davis / Josiah Kenworthy (Democratic), Robert Partridge / Peter Caulden (Independent)
1980 def. Gregory Bradley / Doug Quincy (Democratic), Robert Partridge / John Stevens (Independent)

38. Gregory Bradley / Doug Quincy (Democratic; 1985-1989)
1984 def. Millicent Dannel / Leeroy Berk (Republican)
39. Charles Cassidy / Gregory Bradley (Democratic; 1989-1997)
1988 def. Wilson Melville / Greta Falwell (Republican)
1992 def. Jack Connors / Wilson Melville (Republican), Jacqueline B. Applegate / Pauline Latimer (Independent)

40. Jack Connors / Wilson Melville (Republican; 1997-2001)
1996 def. Graham Tomlinson / Barry Davis (Democratic)
41. Graham Tomlinson / Nathan Robertson (Democratic; 2001-2004)
2000 def. Gerald Martinez / Stanley Scranton (Republican)
42. Robert Newell / Steven Allison (Democratic; 2004-2009)
2004 def. Henry H. Hampton / Elizabeth Myrick (Republican), Geraldine Walburg / Carson Langley (Reform)
43. Lambert B. Jackson / Henry Hampton (Republican; 2009-2011)†
2008 def. Bridgett Galloway / Wendell E. Mackintosh (Democratic)
44. James Francis Kendall / L. Brad Jamison (Republican; 2011-present)
2012 def. Robert Newell / Harry C. Lawson, Jr. (Democratic)
2016 def. Mr. David Talmadge / Gov. Michelle Parsons (Democratic), Frmr Sec. of Interior Harry Carlyle / Sen. Terri Kent (Progressive), Sen. Barry Smith / Sen. Eric Warburton (Peace)


There is definitely a theme going on here. An accompanying write up will be coming with this, but if you can spot the trend and theme, I'll give you hugs. It isn't very hard, either. There's something you should look VERY CAREFULLY at. When you see it, everything will make sense.:p
I thought I saw it, but 39 is throwing me, because it seems to break the exact pattern. It's close, but not quite.

Edit: Same for 41, which, again, almost, but not quite.
 
35. Berthold H. Ostendorff / James Bradley (Republican; 1961-69)
1960 def. Michael Rowland / Peter Ross (Democratic)
1964 def. James Martin / Susan Peterson (Democratic)

36. Gregory W. Bradley / R. Braxton Charles (Democratic; 1969-77)
1968 def. Jefferson Kinsley / Jack Ecclestone (Republican)
1972 def. Arthur Garrett / Jacob Lawniczak (Republican)

37. William Clarkson / Arthur Garrett (Republican; 1977-1985)
1976 def. Barry Davis / Josiah Kenworthy (Democratic), Robert Partridge / Peter Caulden (Independent)
1980 def. Gregory Bradley / Doug Quincy (Democratic), Robert Partridge / John Stevens (Independent)

38. Gregory Bradley / Doug Quincy (Democratic; 1985-1989)
1984 def. Millicent Dannel / Leeroy Berk (Republican)
39. Charles Cassidy / Gregory Bradley (Democratic; 1989-1997)
1988 def. Wilson Melville / Greta Falwell (Republican)
1992 def. Jack Connors / Wilson Melville (Republican), Jacqueline B. Applegate / Pauline Latimer (Independent)

40. Jack Connors / Wilson Melville (Republican; 1997-2001)
1996 def. Graham Tomlinson / Barry Davis (Democratic)
41. Graham Tomlinson / Nathan Robertson (Democratic; 2001-2004)
2000 def. Gerald Martinez / Stanley Scranton (Republican)
42. Robert Newell / Steven Allison (Democratic; 2004-2009)
2004 def. Henry H. Hampton / Elizabeth Myrick (Republican), Geraldine Walburg / Carson Langley (Reform)
43. Lambert B. Jackson / Henry Hampton (Republican; 2009-2011)†
2008 def. Bridgett Galloway / Wendell E. Mackintosh (Democratic)
44. James Francis Kendall / L. Brad Jamison (Republican; 2011-present)
2012 def. Robert Newell / Harry C. Lawson, Jr. (Democratic)
2016 def. Mr. David Talmadge / Gov. Michelle Parsons (Democratic), Frmr Sec. of Interior Harry Carlyle / Sen. Terri Kent (Progressive), Sen. Barry Smith / Sen. Eric Warburton (Peace)


There is definitely a theme going on here. An accompanying write up will be coming with this, but if you can spot the trend and theme, I'll give you hugs. It isn't very hard, either. There's something you should look VERY CAREFULLY at. When you see it, everything will make sense.:p
It looks to be the initials of the various nominees, but in reverse order and with reversed parties. That said, at least two of them are off and I have no idea why 2016 has the initials for the nominees then OTL (plus Sanders and ...someone) when that bucks the trend, so I clearly haven't figured it all out yet.
 
It looks to be the initials of the various nominees, but in reverse order and with reversed parties. That said, at least two of them are off and I have no idea why 2016 has the initials for the nominees then OTL (plus Sanders and ...someone) when that bucks the trend, so I clearly haven't figured it all out yet.
Looks like the Progressives nominated 'Hillary Clinton' or atleast the Clinton of this world. Though with that said,there is also a JFK/LBJ for President and I swear I have seen David Talmadge used somewhere else before..is he a real person?
 
Looks like the Progressives nominated 'Hillary Clinton' or atleast the Clinton of this world. Though with that said,there is also a JFK/LBJ for President and I swear I have seen David Talmadge used somewhere else before..is he a real person?
I was talking about "Eric Warburton". As for Talmadge, there was a Eugene Talmadge who was Georgia Governor - is that who you're referring to? Here, it appears to be Donald Trump, obviously.

EDIT: Warburton is Warren.
 
I was talking about "Eric Warburton". As for Talmadge, there was a Eugene Talmadge who was Georgia Governor - is that who you're referring to? Here, it appears to be Donald Trump, obviously.
Oh sorry! I think that may be Elizabeth Warren. It's the only person whose initials would match and for what that party seems to be about,may fit.
 
Cassidy could be Calvin Coolidge,that's the only person I can think of in US History with the same initials. Otherwise,not sure.
If we're just going with politicians with the right initial who fit in the slot, based on my knowlege of @Asami and her work, it's decently likely to be Charlie Crist.
 
natemamate - Rainbow List of Presidents

natemamate

Banned
Presidents of America
  1. George Washington (No Party) 1789-1797
  2. John Adams (Federalist) 1797-1798
  3. Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican) 1798-1805
  4. Charles Pinckney (New Federalist) 1805-1809
  5. John Quincy Adams (Anti-Trap Party) 1809-1821
  6. Andrew Jackson (Democratic) 1821-1829
  7. Martin Van Buren (Democratic) 1829-1833
  8. Henry Clay (Republican Party) 1833-1841
  9. William Henry Harrison (Democratic) 1841-1850
  10. Lewis Crass (Third Federalist) 1850-1853
  11. Winfield Scott (Fourth Federalist) 1853-1857
  12. John C Fremont (Democratic Party) 1857-1861
  13. Abe Lincoln (Second Republican Party) 1861-1869
  14. Ulysses S Grant (Fourth Federalist) 1869-1873
  15. Horace Greeley (Second Republican Party) 1873-1877
  16. Samuel Tilden (5th Federalist) 1877-1879
  17. Thomas Hendricks (5th Federalist) 1879-1881
  18. Winfield Hancock (Democratic) 1881-1885
  19. Grover Cleveland (5th Federalist) 1885-1889
  20. Benjamin Harrison (Second Anti-Trap Party) 1889-1897
  21. Theodore Roosevelt (5th Federalist) 1897-1909
  22. Woodrow Wilson (6th Federalist) 1909-1921
  23. Warren Harding (Republican Party) 1921-1923
  24. Calvin Coolidge (7th Federalist) 1923-1933
  25. John Nance Garner (Anti America Party) 1933-1949
  26. Thomas E Dewey (7th Federalist) 1949-1953
  27. John F Kennedy (Third Anti Trap Party) 1953-1969
  28. Richard Nixon (8th Federalist) 1969-1974
  29. Jimmy Carter (Second Democratic Party) 1974-1985
  30. John B Anderson (8th Federalist) 1985-1989
  31. Walter Mondale (Conservative Party) 1989-2001
  32. George W Bush (Conservative Party) 2001-2004
  33. Al Gore (8th Federalist) 2004-2013
  34. Barack Obama (8th Federalist) 2013-2014
  35. Joe Biden (8th Federalist) 2014-2017
  36. John Kaisch (Conservative Party) 2017-Now
 
Presidents of America
  1. George Washington (No Party) 1789-1797
  2. John Adams (Federalist) 1797-1798
  3. Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican) 1798-1805
  4. Charles Pinckney (New Federalist) 1805-1809
  5. John Quincy Adams (Anti-Trap Party) 1809-1821
  6. Andrew Jackson (Democratic) 1821-1829
  7. Martin Van Buren (Democratic) 1829-1833
  8. Henry Clay (Republican Party) 1833-1841
  9. William Henry Harrison (Democratic) 1841-1850
  10. Lewis Crass (Third Federalist) 1850-1853
  11. Winfield Scott (Fourth Federalist) 1853-1857
  12. John C Fremont (Democratic Party) 1857-1861
  13. Abe Lincoln (Second Republican Party) 1861-1869
  14. Ulysses S Grant (Fourth Federalist) 1869-1873
  15. Horace Greeley (Second Republican Party) 1873-1877
  16. Samuel Tilden (5th Federalist) 1877-1879
  17. Thomas Hendricks (5th Federalist) 1879-1881
  18. Winfield Hancock (Democratic) 1881-1885
  19. Grover Cleveland (5th Federalist) 1885-1889
  20. Benjamin Harrison (Second Anti-Trap Party) 1889-1897
  21. Theodore Roosevelt (5th Federalist) 1897-1909
  22. Woodrow Wilson (6th Federalist) 1909-1921
  23. Warren Harding (Republican Party) 1921-1923
  24. Calvin Coolidge (7th Federalist) 1923-1933
  25. John Nance Garner (Anti America Party) 1933-1949
  26. Thomas E Dewey (7th Federalist) 1949-1953
  27. John F Kennedy (Third Anti Trap Party) 1953-1969
  28. Richard Nixon (8th Federalist) 1969-1974
  29. Jimmy Carter (Second Democratic Party) 1974-1985
  30. John B Anderson (8th Federalist) 1985-1989
  31. Walter Mondale (Conservative Party) 1989-2001
  32. George W Bush (Conservative Party) 2001-2004
  33. Al Gore (8th Federalist) 2004-2013
  34. Barack Obama (8th Federalist) 2013-2014
  35. Joe Biden (8th Federalist) 2014-2017
  36. John Kaisch (Conservative Party) 2017-Now
Why are there so many Federalist parties? Also what's up with the Anti-America Party and Garner(how did they even win with that name?) and what's up with the Anti Trap Parties?
 
Why are there so many Federalist parties? Also what's up with the Anti-America Party and Garner(how did they even win with that name?) and what's up with the Anti Trap Parties?
Look, John Quincy Adams felt strongly about the preservation of classic pre-90s Atlanta street culture, alright?
 
Presidents of America
  1. George Washington (No Party) 1789-1797
  2. John Adams (Federalist) 1797-1798
  3. Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican) 1798-1805
  4. Charles Pinckney (New Federalist) 1805-1809
  5. John Quincy Adams (Anti-Trap Party) 1809-1821
  6. Andrew Jackson (Democratic) 1821-1829
  7. Martin Van Buren (Democratic) 1829-1833
  8. Henry Clay (Republican Party) 1833-1841
  9. William Henry Harrison (Democratic) 1841-1850
  10. Lewis Crass (Third Federalist) 1850-1853
  11. Winfield Scott (Fourth Federalist) 1853-1857
  12. John C Fremont (Democratic Party) 1857-1861
  13. Abe Lincoln (Second Republican Party) 1861-1869
  14. Ulysses S Grant (Fourth Federalist) 1869-1873
  15. Horace Greeley (Second Republican Party) 1873-1877
  16. Samuel Tilden (5th Federalist) 1877-1879
  17. Thomas Hendricks (5th Federalist) 1879-1881
  18. Winfield Hancock (Democratic) 1881-1885
  19. Grover Cleveland (5th Federalist) 1885-1889
  20. Benjamin Harrison (Second Anti-Trap Party) 1889-1897
  21. Theodore Roosevelt (5th Federalist) 1897-1909
  22. Woodrow Wilson (6th Federalist) 1909-1921
  23. Warren Harding (Republican Party) 1921-1923
  24. Calvin Coolidge (7th Federalist) 1923-1933
  25. John Nance Garner (Anti America Party) 1933-1949
  26. Thomas E Dewey (7th Federalist) 1949-1953
  27. John F Kennedy (Third Anti Trap Party) 1953-1969
  28. Richard Nixon (8th Federalist) 1969-1974
  29. Jimmy Carter (Second Democratic Party) 1974-1985
  30. John B Anderson (8th Federalist) 1985-1989
  31. Walter Mondale (Conservative Party) 1989-2001
  32. George W Bush (Conservative Party) 2001-2004
  33. Al Gore (8th Federalist) 2004-2013
  34. Barack Obama (8th Federalist) 2013-2014
  35. Joe Biden (8th Federalist) 2014-2017
  36. John Kaisch (Conservative Party) 2017-Now
Man, what was Cactus Jack's problem?
 
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