List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

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  1. Mumby im that bob

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    With the announcement of Wolfenstein Youngblood, I thought I'd update my list which is a theoretical look forward to what happens after the events of New Colossus.

    ATLF: The New Colossus


    Oberreichskommissars of the North American Territories

    1960-1961: Irene Engel (NSDAP - Direct Military Administration)
    1961-1963: Fredrich Baumgarter (NSDAP - Emergency Oberkommando Administration)

    Co-Convenors of the United States of America

    1963-1967: Probst Wyatt III / Grace Walker / Horton Boone (Revolutionary Provisional Government)
    1967-1971: Grace Walker / Horton Boone (United Front for the Second American Revolution)
    1967 def. Probst Wyatt III / Gerald Wilkins (Democratic Union for Defence of the New Constitution)
    1971-1975: Probst Wyatt III / Hattie Bilbrew (Democratic Union for Defence of the New Constitution)
    1971 def. Grace Walker / Horton Boone (United Front for the Second American Revolution)
    1975-1983: William J. Blazkowicz / Bombate (Independent, endorsed by UFSAR, later also endorsed by DUDNC)
    1975 def. Probst Wyatt III / Hattie Bilbrew (Democratic Union for Defence of the New Constitution)
    1979 def. effectively unopposed
     
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  2. Kaiser Julius Well-Known Member

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  3. BlackentheBorg This is going to become a bad meme

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    An "I'm-okay-with-this scenario" speculative list:

    Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom

    2016-2019: Theresa May (Conservative minority with DUP confidence & supply)

    defeated Jeremy Corbyn (Labour), Nicola Sturgeon (SNP), Tim Farron (LibDem), Arlene Foster (DUP)
    2019-2020: James Cleverly (^)
    [replacing Theresa May]
    2020-2033: Jeremy Corbyn (Labour majority)
    '20: James Cleverly (Conservative), Nicola Sturgeon (SNP), Vince Cable (LibDem)
    '25: Justine Greening (Conservative), Mhairi Black (SNP), Vince Cable (LibDem)
    '30: Justine Greening (Conservative), Mhairi Black (SNP), Tom Brake (LibDem), Andrew Adonis (New Co-Operative/"BrexLibdem")

    2033-2035: Dawn Butler (Labour majority, then Labour/LibDem/Green Coalition)
    [replacing Jeremy Corbyn]
    defeated Shaun Bailey (Conservative), Tom Brake (LibDem), Cleo Eco Lake (Green), Rhiannon Spear (SNP)

    2035-2045: Shaun Bailey (Conservative majority, then minority with New Co-Operative confidence & supply)
    '35: Dawn Butler (Labour), Tom Brake (Libdem), Adam Hanrahan (New Co-Operative), Cleo Eco Lake (Green)
    '40: Dawn Butler (Labour), Cleo Eco Lake (Green), Tom Brake (LibDem), Laura-Jane Rossington (Working Class), Adam Hanrahan (New-Co-Operative)

    2045-2050: Pamela Nash (Labour minority with Green and Working Class confidence & supply)
    defeated Shaun Bailey (Conservative), Mirka Virtanen (Green), Catriona McDougall (LibDem), Laura-Jane Rossington (Working Class)
    2050--2065: Rahima Khan (Conservative/LibDem Coallition, then Conservative Majority)
    '50: Pamela Nash (Labour), Michael Burrows (Independence), Catriona McDougall (Libdem), Mirka Virtanen (Green), Laura-Jane Rossington (Working Class)
    '55: Pamela Nash (Labour), Mirka Virtanen (Green), Felix Bungay (Working Class), Catriona McDougall (Libdem)
    '60: Miriam Mirwitch (Labour), Rabyia Baig (Progressive Conservative), Arran Rangi (Green), Hermione Peace (Libdem), Felix Bungay (Working Class)

    2065-: Damien Biggs ("RAINBOW" Coalition)
    defeated Rabyia Baig (Progressive Conservative), Luke Nash-Jones (Conservative), Arran Rangi (Green), Hermione Peace (LibDem), Niamh McCarthy (Working Class)

    Brexit, whatever that was, took far too long. So long, in fact, that the Tories actually shuffled May out of office when she woefully informed the public on negotiation delays for the umpteenth time. Even the decision to appoint Cleverly, a freshly-anointed candidate and staunch eurosceptic, wasn't enough to stop the coming of the all-mighty J E Z Z A, who promptly SMASHED IT for the next few elections before being on the unfortunate receiving end of a pulmonary embolism in 2033. With the glorious comrade gone, Labour only just managed to pull through by allying themselves with a newly-plump Green party, which had recently enlarged when Brighton was suddenly the new Venice. Furthermore, after another (and this time successful) Scottish Independence Referendum in '34, Labour were in a tricky spot. Luckily for the Tories, they happened to be cultivating the endlessly charismatic Shaun Bailey, who further retextured the Conservative party as one that reflected 'true British family values', unlike Labour, who might as well have been replacing the Union Jack with a Hammer and Sickle, ifyougetwhatI'msayin, they winked and nudged. This was interrupted briefly by another 'sneaky supply majority', but then recommenced by former mayor Khan -- the mere presence of which rapidly boosted the polling for the recently rebranded UKIP, who's main policy is to reinstate the monarchy.
     
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  4. Charcolt Emperor Humbert of the RDP

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    The Kennedy Curse
    In which Dick Nixon suffers a nervous breakdown and the 1984 DNC comes to a panicked realization.
    If this has been done before I'm sorry!

    35. 1961 - 1963: John F. "Jack" Kennedy (Dem-MA) | Lyndon B. Johnson (Dem-TX)
    Def. 1960: Richard M. "Dick" Nixon (Rep-CA) | Henry C. Lodge Jr. (Rep-MA)
    36. 1963 - 1969: Lyndon B. Johnson (Dem-TX) | Hubert H. Humphrey Jr. (Dem-MN)
    Def. 1964: Barry M. Goldwater (Rep-AZ) | William E. "Bill" Miller (Rep-NY)
    37. 1969 - 1971: Robert F. "Bobby" Kennedy (Dem-NY) | John B. Connally Jr. (Dem-TX)
    Def. 1968: Richard M. "Dick" Nixon (Rep-CA) | Spiro T. Agnew (Rep-MD)
    38. 1971 - 1977: John B. Connally Jr. (Dem-TX) | Eugene J. "Gene" McCarthy (Dem-MN)
    Def. 1972: Ronald W. Reagan (Rep-CA) | James A. "Jim" Rhodes (Rep-OH)
    39. 1977 - 1979: Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy (Dem-MA) | Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. (Dem-TX)
    Def. 1976: Richard M. "Dick" Nixon (Rep-CA) | Gerald R. Ford Jr. (Rep-MI)
    40. 1979 - 1985: Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. (Dem-TX) | Walter F. "Fritz" Mondale (Dem-MN)
    Def. 1980: Jack F. Kemp (Rep-NY) | Donald H. "Don" Rumsfeld (Rep-IL)

    [35] Narrowly defeated Richard Nixon only to be assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.
    [36] Elected in a landslide over radical conservative Senator Barry Goldwater alongside a Minnesota Senator only to lose popularity and a chance at renomination for a second full term.
    [37] Narrowly defeated Richard Nixon only to be assassinated by Arthur Bremer.
    [38] Elected in a landslide over radical conservative Governor Ronald Reagan alongside a Minnesota Senator only to lose popularity and a chance at renomination for a second full term.
    [39] Narrowly defeated Richard Nixon only to be assassinated by John Hinckley Jr.
    [40] Elected in a landslide over radical conservative Representative Jack Kemp alongside a Minnesota Senator only to lose popularity and a chance at renomination for a second full term.
     
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  5. Mumby im that bob

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    Son of My Father

    1984-1986: Roy Jenkins (Social Democrat)
    1984 (Alliance with Liberals) def. Michael Foot (Labour), Edward du Cann (Conservative), James Molyneaux (Ulster Unionist)
    1986-1986: David Owen (Social Democrat-Conservative minority coalition)
    1986-1987: David Steel (Liberal-Labour-'Left' Social Democrat minority coalition)
    1987-1989: Eric Heffer (Labour)
    1987 (Minority coalition with Liberals and New Democracy) def. David Owen (Social Democrat-Conservative Alliance), David Steel (Liberal-New Democracy Alliance), Enoch Powell (National Unionist), Harry West ('Continuity' Ulster Unionist)
    1989-1994: Martin Attlee (Peoples')
    1989 (Coalition with Liberals and New Democracy) def. Eric Heffer (Labour), Enoch Powell (National Unionist), David Steel (Liberal-New Democracy Alliance), John Taylor (Ulster Unionist)
    1993 (Coalition with Liberal Democracy) def. Alan Clark (National Unionist), Peter Shore (Labour), Arthur Scargill (Socialist Labour), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal Democracy), John Taylor (Ulster Unionist)

    1997-1999: Christopher Brocklebank-Fowler (Peoples')
    1997 (Coalition with Liberal Democracy, with UUP confidence and supply) def. Margaret Beckett (United Labour), Paddy Ashdown (Liberal Democracy), Alan Clark (National Unionist), Tony Blair (New Britain), John Taylor (Ulster Unionist)
    1999-2012: Margaret Beckett (United Labour)
    2000 (Coalition with Peoples') def. Christopher Brocklebank-Fowler (Peoples'), Tony Blair (New Britain), Nigel Farage (National Unionist), Simon Hughes (Liberal Democracy), Gerry Adams (Sinn Fein), John Taylor (Ulster Unionist)
    2004 (Coalition with Liberal Democracy) def. David Davis (Peoples'), Nigel Farage (National Unionist), Simon Hughes (Liberal Democracy), Nick Land (New Dawn), Gerry Adams (Sinn Fein-Workers' Alliance), Martin Smyth (Ulster Unionist)
    2008 (Coalition with Peoples') def. David Davis (Peoples'), Nigel Farage (National Unionist), Nick Land (New Dawn), Simon Hughes (Liberal Democracy), Gerry Adams (Sinn Fein - Workers'), Martin Smyth (Ulster Unionist)
     
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  6. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby! Donor

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    This is a homage to @Komodo's excellent "AIPverse", which I have tried to construct a British version of.

    PoD: Enoch Powell's being kicked out of the Shadow Cabinet leads to him taking the right-wing out of the Tories to form the National Unionist Party.

    1964-1971: Harold Wilson (Labour majority)
    1964: def. Alec Douglas-Home (Conservative) and Jo Grimond (Liberal)
    1966: def. Edward Heath (Conservative) and Jo Grimond (Liberal)
    1970: def. Edward Heath (Conservative), Enoch Powell (National Unionist) and Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)

    1971-1974: Roy Jenkins (Labour majority)
    1974-1976: Edward Heath (Conservative-Liberal coalition)
    1974: def. Enoch Powell (National Unionist), Roy Jenkins (Labour), Vic Feather (Socialist Labour) and Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
    1976-1977: Jeremy Thorpe (Conservative majority)
    1977-1979: Ian Gilmour (Conservative majority)

    1979-1985: Rhodes Boyson (National Unionist minority propped up by "Independent" Conservatives, then National Unionist majority)
    1979: def. Ian Gilmour (Conservative), Barbara Castle (Labour) and Arthur Scargill (Socialist Labour)
    1983: def. Michael Heseltine (Conservative), Arthur Scargill (Socialist Labour) and Shirley Williams (Labour)

    1985-1991: Alan Clark (National Unionist majority)
    1987: def. Michael Heseltine (Conservative) and Neil Kinnock (New Labour)
    1991-2003: Douglas Hurd (Conservative majority)
    1991: def. Alan Clark (National Unionist) and Neil Kinnock (New Labour)
    1995: def. Neil Hamilton (National Unionist) and Tony Benn (New Labour)
    1999: def. Alan Sked (National Unionist) and Tony Benn (New Labour)

    2003-2010: Robert Kilroy-Silk (National Unionist majority)
    2003: def. Douglas Hurd (Conservative) and Tony Benn (New Labour)
    2008: def. Kenneth Clarke (Conservative) and Caroline Lucas (New Labour)

    2010-2013: Mike Hookem (National Unionist majority)
    2013-present: Theresa May (Conservative majority, then Conservative-New Labour coalition)
    2013: def. Mike Hookem (National Unionist) and Caroline Lucas (New Labour)
    2017: def. Anne Marie Waters (National Unionist) and Jeremy Corbyn (New Labour)
     
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  7. Kaiser Julius Well-Known Member

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    I keep hearing stories about this TL but can't find it. Also no love for Roger Knapman?
     
  8. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby! Donor

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    Didn't fit with the whole "RedKip" thing I was going for with the Kilroy-Silk direction.

    And it's a bunch of election games. Here's my Archive on it.
     
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  9. Kaiser Julius Well-Known Member

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    Planning of doing a "bluekip" version? Keeping with tradition and all that.
     
  10. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby! Donor

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    Would have to do it versus Labour. Which I'm not opposed to. A SDP-y Labour vs. BlueKip NUP would be fun.
     
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  12. ChaosCron Chronicles of Chaos

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    The Presidents of World War Z

    2001-2009: George W. Bush/Dick Cheney (Republican)
    2000 def. Al Gore/Joe Lieberman (Democrat)
    2004 def. John Kerry/John Edwards (Democrat)
    2009-2013: Dick Cheney/John McCain (Republican)
    2008 def. Howard Dean/Joe Biden (Democrat),
    2013-2013: Dick Cheney✝/Colin Powell (Republican)
    2012 def. Barack Obama/Hilary Clinton (Democrat)
    2013-2019: Colin Powell/Howard Dean (National Union, wartime administration)
    2016 def. unopposed
    2019-present: Howard Dean/Joni Ernst (National Union)
    2020 def. unopposed
     
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  13. Bolt451 Pronouns: Tea/Earl Grey/Hot

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    The Curse of the Wheat Field

    With apologies to Thande.

    2015-2016: David Cameron (Conservative)
    2016-2017: Theresa May Conservative) (1)
    Def 2017: Jeremy Corbyn (Labour) Nicola Sturgeon (SNP) Tim Farron (Lib Dem) Arlene Foster (DUP) Gerry Adams (SF) Leanne Wood (PC) Jon Bartley/Caroline Lucas (Green)
    2017-2018: Theresa May (Conservative Minority with DUP S&C)
    2018-2018: Boris Johnson (Conservative Minority with DUP S&C)
    2018-2018: Jeremy Corbyn (Labour) (3)
    Def 2018: Boris Johnson (“Brexit” Conservative) Anna Soubrey (“Customs” Conservative) Nicola Sturgeon (SNP) Vince Cable (Lib Dem) Arlene Foster (DUP) Gerry Adams (SF) Leanne Wood (PC)
    2018-2019: Tom Watson (Labour) (4)
    2019-2019: Rebecca Long-Bailey (Labour) (5)
    2019-2019 : Jon Trickett (Labour) (6)
    2019-2023: Dawn Butler(Labour) (7)
    2023-2023: David Davis (Conservative Minority (8)
    Def: Dawn Butler (Labour) Jo Swinson/Anna Soubrey (Liberal Democrat/Moderate Alliance)
    2023-202_: Priti Patel (Conservative Minority)

    (1) A Vote of no confidence by Labour and Tory back benchers over comments and proposals for a hard Irish border would lead to an election where several Tory MPs stood as pro-Customs Union candidates.
    (2) Despite not outpolling the Tories in the months leading to the November 2018 election. Thanks to a Tory split Jeremy Corbyn secured a majority of 23 but was tragically killed in car accident on his way to Palace. Investigations would discover there was no sabotage of the vehicle and it was simple a mechanical fault.
    (3) Didn’t stand in leadership election.
    (4) Jon Trickett narrowly beat Emily Thornberry in the final round of the Labour leadership. Both Watson and Tricket failed to secure a permanent Brexit Deal by March 1950 but did switch to the “Backstop deal”, ironically originally proposed under the May Government. This was a limited time period where free trade remained and Northern Ireland kept a soft bordere . Despite this the backstop had a strict limit. Jon Trickett (and Health minister Andy McDonald) resigned when confusion over customs lead to the death of a critically ill patient when Britain ran out of a key medication.
    (5) As Deputy Leader Jon Ashworth (dubbed “Jon the Lesser” by political Wags) took over as Prime Minister but like Watson before him, didn’t run for Leader
    (6) Dawn Butler became the first BAME Prime Minister (And first female Labour Prime Minister). She oversaw the integrations of Britain into a Customs partnership with Europe, formalised with the Treaty of Amsterdam. While this did lead to increased economic stability the outcry from the opposition and many newspapers saying this was selling out to Europe and the Express declared her declared her a traitor to the will of the people and the Tories and Labour repeatedly swapped places despite the Tories losing some votes to the Moderate Party (and in Scotland the SNP)
    (7) Thanks to pro-customs union vote being split between Labour and the Lib Dem/Moderate Alliance he managed to form a minority government but died from a heart attack a month into the role
     
  14. RightTosser Used Citra-Frost Salesman

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    Holy shit, I was just about to do this!
     
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  15. ChaosCron Chronicles of Chaos

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    What were your ideas? I'd love to see another person's take on it.
     
  16. RightTosser Used Citra-Frost Salesman

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    Pretty much the same as yours, I guess. I would have made a moderate Republican (Brian Sandoval or Jon Huntsman, maybe?) Howard Dean's VP, though.
     
  17. TwiliAlchemist Liberty Trail

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    Electoral History of President Dino Rossi
    1992-1996: Dino Rossi (CCC) [1]
    def. 1992 Jay Inslee (SDP), Sean Peterson(P)
    def. 1996 Brad Owen (SDP), Paul Delaney (P)

    2000-2008: Councilman Dino Rossi (CCC)/Mike Lowry (CCC) [2]
    def. 2000 Councilman William Gates (SDP)/Jay Inslee (SDP), Dean Wolf (P)/Paul Delaney (P)
    2012-0000: Fmr. Gov. Dino Rossi (CCC-CS)/Butch Otter (CCC-CG) [3]
    def. 2012 Gary Locke (SDP-CS)/Christine Gregoire (SDP-TW), Ruth Bennett (P-TW)/Dean Wolf (P-YL)
    def. 2018 Matt Groening (SDP-TW)/Frm. Councilman William Gates (SDP-CS), Sarah Heath (P-BR)/John Smith (P-OR)


    [1]
    Election for Councilmen
    [2] Election for Governor of Clackamas
    [3] Election for President of the Cascade Republic
     
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  18. GermanDjinn did you commit crimes?? CALL THIS NUMBER!

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    Based on a KR game I played a few months ago, so basic POD is KR's while I diviated from the canon in regards US presidents a bit to add to the "US is in total political turmoil" thing

    1913-1919: Woodrow Wilson (DEM) / Thomas R. Marshall (DEM)
    def. 1912 Fmr. Pres. Theodore Roosevelt (PROG) / Gov. Hiram Johnson (PROG), Pres. William Taft (GOP) / Mr. Nicholas Butler (GOP), Fmr. State Rep. Eugene V. Debs (SOC) / Mayor Emil Seidel (SOC)
    def. 1916 Justice Charles E. Hughes (GOP) / Fmr. VPres. Charles W. Fairbanks (GOP), Mr. Allan L. Benson (SOC) / Mr. George R. Kirkpatrick (SOC)
    1919-1921: Thomas R. Marshall (DEM) / Vacant
    1921-1929: Williams Gibbs McAdoo (DEM) / A. Mitchell Palmer (DEM)

    def. 1920, Sen. Warren G. Harding (GOP) / Gov. Calvin Coolidge (GOP), Fmr. State Rep. Eugene V. Debs (SOC) / Mr. Seymour Stedman (SOC)
    def. 1924 Gov. Calvin Coolidge (GOP) / Sen. James E. Watson (GOP), Sen. Robert M. LaFollette (L-PROG), Sen. Burton K. Wheeler (L-PROG), Sen. Hiram Johnson (R-PROG) / Gov. Gifford Pinchot (R-PROG)
    1929-1930: Henry T. Allen (DEM) / Oscar Underwood (DEM)
    def. 1928 Gov. Herbert Hoover (GOP) / Gov. Frank Lowden (GOP), Sen. George W. Norris (U-PROG) / Sen. William E. Borah (U-PROG), Rev. Norman Thomas (SOC) / Mr. James H. Maurer (SOC)
    1930-1933: Oscar Underwood (DEM) / Vacant
    1933-1937: Herbert Hoover (GOP) / Charles Curtis (GOP)

    def. 1932 Pres. Oscar Underwood (DEM) / Gov. Al Smith (DEM), Mayor Norman Thomas (SOC) / Rep. Jacob Coxey (SOC)
    1937-1941: Charles Curtis (GOP) / Quentin Roosevelt (GOP)
    def. 1936 Sen. John Reed (SOC) / Mayor Norman Thomas (SOC), Spkr. John Nance Garner (DEM) / Sen. Cordell Hull (DEM), Sen. Huey Long (AFUP) / Mr. Charles Lindbergh (AFUP)
    1941-1947: Quentin Roosevelt (GOP) / Fiorello H. LaGuardia (GOP)
    def. 1940 Spkr. John Nance Garner (DEM) / Sen. Cordell Hull (DEM), Mayor Norman Thomas (SOC) / Rep. Max Schachtmann (SOC)
    def. 1944 Sen. Cordell Hull (DEM) / Sen. Alben W. Barkley (DEM)
    1947-1949: Quentin Roosevelt (GOP) / Vacant
    1949-1957: Thomas Dewey (GOP) / Henry A. Wallace (GOP)

    def. 1948 Sen. Alben W. Barkley (DEM) / Sen. Frank A. Harriman (DEM), Gov. Norman Thomas (SOC) / Sen. Upton Sinclair (SOC)
    def. 1952 Sen. Harry S. Truman (DEM) / Sen. John J. Sparkman (DEM)
    1957-1962: Henry A. Wallace (GOP) / Charles P. Taft (GOP)
    def. 1956 Gov. Adalai Stevenson (DEM) / Sen. Hubert Humphrey (DEM)
    def 1960 Sen. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. (DEM) / Gov. Ross Barnett (DEM), Sen. Norman Thomas (SOC) / Gov. Max Schachtmann (SOC)
    1962-1965: Charles P. Taft (GOP) / Vacant
    1965-1969: Nelson Rockefeller (GOP) / J. Irving Whalley (GOP)

    def. 1964 Sen. Robert B. Meyer (DEM) / Gov. Pat Brown (DEM), Sen. Norman Thomas (SOC) / Rep. Leo Isacson (SOC)
    def. 1968 Gov. John Connolly (DEM) / Sen. Albert Gore (DEM), Gov. Max Schachtmann (SOC) / Sen. Vito Marcantonio (SOC)
    1969-1971: J. Irving Whalley (GOP) / Vacant
    1971-1971: John P. Saylor (GOP) / Vacant
    1971-1973: George Aiken (GOP) / Vacant
    1973-19XX: John Connolly (DEM) /
    Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. (DEM)
    def. Gov. Malcom Little (SOC) / Gov. Leo Isacson (SOC), Gov. George Romney (GOP) / Sen. Chapman Revercomb (GOP)


    Legend:
    DEM: Democratic Party
    GOP: Republican Party
    SOC: Socialist Party
    PROG: Progressive Party (1912)
    L-PROG: Progressive Party (LaFollette)
    R-PROG: Progressive Party (Rooseveltian)
    U-PROG: United Progressive Party
    AFUP: American First Union Party
     
  19. Mumby im that bob

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    1969-1987: Richard Nixon (Republican)
    1968 (with Spiro Agnew) def. Hubert Humphrey (Democratic), George Wallace (American Independent)
    1972 (with Spiro Agnew) def. George McGovern (Democratic)
    1976 (with Ronald Reagan) def. Jerry Brown (Democratic)
    1980 (with Ronald Reagan) def. Ron Dellums (Democratic-Socialist Alliance)

    1987-1987: Ronald Reagan (Independent)
    1987-1988: John Connally (Republican)
    1988-1988: Alexander Haig (Republican)
    1988-0000: Shirley Chisholm (Alliance To Restore Constitutional Government)
    1988 (with John Glenn) def. scattered Republican candidates

    So uh.

    yeah
     
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