List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

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  1. PopulistBean Libertarian I guess

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    (Basically Dewey wins the election by being more aggressive and playing to Anti-Communist fears. Also randomly the Soviet Union collapses in 1988)

    1948-1952:
    Thomas Dewey (Republican)
    1952-1960: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
    1960-1968: Richard Nixon (Republican)
    1968-1970: Barry Goldwater (Republican)*
    1970-1972: William E. Miller (Republican)
    1972-1980: Peter McCloskey (Republican)
    1980-1988: Ronald Reagan (Republican)
    1988-1996: George H. W. Bush (Republican)
    1996-2000: Bob Dole (Republican)
    2000-2008: Al Gore (Democrat)
    2008-2016: Barack Obama (Democrat)
    2016-2017: Jeb Bush (Republican)*
    2017-2020: Mike Pence (Republican)

    * = assassinated
     
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  2. EbolaMan131 Dick Pound 2020 Kicked

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    RIP Jeb!
     
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  3. Newne76 Prime Minister of Soda

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    My First Crack at alternate Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom
    1910-1930: Austen Chamberlain (Chamberlainian Front)
    1910-(Majority) [509] Def: Liberal Progressives [150] National Communist [25] Democratic Independent [40] Labor [1]
    1914- (Majority) [500] Def: Liberal Progressives [149] National Communist [26]Democratic Independent [48] Labor [5]
    1918-(Majority) [470] Def: Liberal Progressives [50] National Communist [30] Democratic Independent [170] Labor [5]
    1922- (Majority) [460] Def: Liberal Progressives [51] National Communist [29] Democratic Independent [179] Labor [6]
    1926- (Majority) [470] Def: Liberal Progressives [10] National Communist [19] Democratic Independent [220] Labor [6]
    1930- (Majority) [370] Def: Liberal Progressives [14] National Communist [20] Democratic Independent [311] Labor [10]
    1930-1946: Neville Chamberlain (Hobo-Veteran)
    1934- (Majority)[530] Def: Democratic-Independent[148] Liberal Progressive [10] National Communist [24] Labor [11] Warlord [2]
    1938- (Majority)[540] Def: Democratic-Independent [85] Liberal Progressive [40] National Communist [20] Labor [10] Warlord [30]
    1942- (Majority) [500] Def: Democratic-Independent [150] Liberal Progressive [6] National Communist [2] Labor [21] Warlord [28] @

    1946-1963: Hugh Macmillan (Democratic-Independent) A
    1949- (Majority) [385] Def: Hobo Veteran [229] Liberal-Progressive [5] National Communist [60] Labor [30] Socialist [4] Holy Way [10] Republican-Independent [2]
    1956- (Majority) [380] Def: Hobo Veteran [230] Liberal-Progressive [1] National Communist [58] Labor [31] Socialist [1] Holy Way [14] Republican-Independent [10]

    1963-1964: Lyndon B. Johnson (Hobo-Veteran)$
    1963 (Majority) [402] Def: Democratic-Independent [212] Liberal-Progressive [5] National Communist [60] Labor [30] Socialist [4] Holy Way [10] Republican-Independent [2]
    1964 Vote of No Confidence- Nays-495 Ayes-230

    1964-1998: Peter Carrington (Hobo-Veteran)
    1964- (Majority) [564] Def: Democratic-Independent [104] Liberal-Progressive [1] National Communist [1] Labor [29] Socialist [5] Holy Way [18] Republican-Independent [3]
    1970- (Majority) [540] Def: Democratic-Independent [100] Liberal-Progressive [8] National Communist [4] Labor [27] Socialist [1] Holy Way [15] Republican-Independent [30]
    1977- (Majority) [566] Def: Democratic-Independent [102] Liberal-Progressive [1] National Communist [5] Labor [27] Socialist [5] Holy Way [14] Republican-Independent [5]
    1984- (Majority) [452] Def: Democratic-Independent [170] Progressive [2] National Communist [17] Labor [60] Socialist [6] Holy Way [12] Republican-Independent [4] Liberal [2]
    1991- (Majority) [440] Def: Democratic-Independent [180] Progressive [2] National Communist [25] Labor [62] Socialist [7] Holy Way [1] Republican-Independent [6] Liberal [2]

    1998-2000: Robert Mugabe (National Communist) $
    1998- (Majority) [374] Def: Hobo-Veteran [108] Democratic-Independent [101] Progressive [4] Labor [65] Socialist [50] Holy Way [7] Republican-Independent [10] Liberal [4] Populist [3]
    2000 Vote of No Confidence- Nays-546 Ayes-179
    2000-2005: Kim Il Sung (National Communist)


    2005-2019: Mitt Romney (Hobo-Veteran)
    2005 (Coalition with Republican-Independent and Populist ) [ 330+ 25+10] Def: Democratic-Independent [241] Progressive [5] Labor [25] Socialist [27] Holy Way [60] Liberal [2]
    2012 (Majority)[406] Def: Democratic-Independent [210] Progressive [6] Labor [26] Socialist [5] Holy Way [45] Liberal [5] Populist [20] Republican-Independent [2]

    2019-present: Nigel Thornberry (Labor)
    2019 (Majority) [384] Def: (Hobo-Veteran) [202] Democratic-Independent [60] Progressive [7] Socialist [7] Holy Way [9] Liberal [14] Populist [22] Republican-Independent [20]


    A= Appointed by the King
    @= Elections for a new Parliament of 725 members held every 7 years
    $= Lost vote of no confidence
    Italicized Year indicates snap election

     
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  4. DaneH New Member

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    List of US Presidential Election, except polling data was right for every election until 1948 (bc Dewey wins in 1948, then diverges into a different scenario where Dewey won) :

    1936: Franklin D Roosevelt [475], Alf Landon [56]
    1940: Franklin D Roosevelt [290], Wendell Willkie [241]
    1944: Franklin D Roosevelt [307], Thomas Dewey [224]
    1948: Harry Truman [156], Thomas Dewey [336], Strom Thurmond [39]
    1952: Adlai Stevenson [176], Thomas Dewey [355]
    1956: Adlai Stevenson [84], Earl Warren [446]
    1960: John F. Kennedy [240], Earl Warren [282], Harry Byrd [15]
    1964: Hubert Humphrey [297], William Scranton [188], George Wallace [53]
    1968: Hubert Humphrey [246], Richard Nixon [252], George Wallace [40]
    1972: Edmund Muskie [202], Nelson Rockefeller [336]
    1976: Jimmy Carter [272], Nelson Rockefeller [265]
    1980: Jimmy Carter [169], Ronald Reagan [369]
    1984: Walter Mondale [185], Ronald Reagan [353]
    1988: Al Gore [276], George H.W. Bush [262]
    1992: Al Gore [231], Bob Dole [307]
    1996: Bill Clinton [328], Bob Dole [210]
    2000: Bill Clinton [292], George W. Bush [246]
    2004: Bob Graham [269], John McCain [269]
    2008: Hillary Clinton [410], John McCain [128]
    2012: Hillary Clinton [358], Rand Paul [180]
    2016: Mark Pryor [308], Ted Cruz [230]

    LIST OF PRESIDENTS:
    Franklin D Roosevelt (1933-1945)
    Harry Truman (1945-1949)
    Thomas Dewey (1949-1957)
    Earl Warren (1957-1965)
    Hubert Humphrey (1965-1973)
    Nelson Rockefeller (1973-1977)
    Jimmy Carter (1977-1981)
    Ronald Reagan (1981-1989)
    Al Gore (1989-1993)
    Bob Dole (1993-1997)
    Bill Clinton (1997-2005)
    John McCain (2005-2009)
    Hillary Clinton (2009-2017)
    Mark Pryor (2017-Present)
     
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  5. dw93 Can't Afford to be a Donor

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    37. George Wallace / Curtis LeMay (American Independent): 1969-1973
    38.
    Eugene McCarthy / George McGovern (Anti War): 1973-1977
    39.
    James Buckley / Ronald Reagan (Conservative Party): 1977-1981
    40.
    John Anderson / Patrick Lucey (Independent): 1981-1989
    41.
    Patrick Lucey / Lowell Weicker (Independent): 1989-1997
    42.
    Ross Perot / Pat Choate (Reform): 1997-2005
    43.
    Donald Trump / Pat Buchanan (Reform): 2005-2009
    44.
    Bernie Sanders / Russ Feingold (Progressive Independent): 2009-2017
    45.
    Russ Feingold / Elizabeth Warren (Progressive Independent): 2017-Incumbent
     
  6. DrWalpurgis ha ha ha OH WELL

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    @Newne76--what exactly do you mean by a Hobo-Veteran Party? Because they appear in your lists very often, and it's unclear what their policies are.

    Also, when doing a PMs List, you normally use British politicians instead of American ones.
     
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  7. SandroPertini98 Well-Known Member

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    Literative Digestive's 1936 poll is right:

    32 Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D-New York)/ John Nance Garner (D-Texas) 1933-1937
    33 Alfred Mossman Landon (R-Kansas)/ William Franklin Knox (R-Massachusetts) 1937-1941
    34 Wendell Lewis Wilkie (D-New York)/ Alben William Barkley (D-Kentucky) 1941-1944

    35 Alben William Barkley (D-Kentucky)/ Vacant 1944-1945
    Alben William Barkley (D-Kentucky)/ William Orville Douglas (D-Minnesota) 1945-1953
    36 William Orville Douglas (D-Minnesota)/ Harry Truman (D-Missouri) 1953-1957

    37 William Fife Knowland (R-California)/ Alfred Maximilian Gruenther (R-Nebraska) 1957-1965
    38 Alfred Maximilian Gruenther (R-Nebraska)/ Everett McKinley Dirksen (R-Illinois) 1965-1969

    39 Hubert Horatio Humphrey (D-Minnesota)/ Fred Roy Harris (D-Oklahoma) 1969-1977
    40 Fred Roy Harris (D-Oklahoma)/ Frank Church (D-Idaho) 1977-1981

    41 Richard Milhous Nixon (R-California)/ William Emerson Brock III (R-Tennessee) 1981-1987
    42 William Emerson Brock III (R-Tennessee)/ Vacant 1987
    William Emerson Brock III (R-Tennessee)/ Robert Joseph Dole (R-Kansas) 1987-1989

    43 Mario Cuomo (D-New York)/ Samuel Augustus Nunn Jr (D-Georgia) 1989-1997
    44 Samuel Augustus Nunn Jr (D-Georgia)/ William Warren Bradley (D-New Jersey) 1997-2005

    45 Willard Mitt Romney (R-Massachusetts)/ George Felix Allen (R-Virginia) 2005-2009
    46 Andrew Cuomo (D-New York)/ Kathleen Sebellius (D-Kansas) 2009-2017
    47 Kathleen Sebellius (D-Kansas)/ Marcus Warner (D-Virginia) 2017-...
     
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  8. Newne76 Prime Minister of Soda

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    The Hobo-Veteran Party is what I would describe as a party which follows conservative ideas such as them being anti abortion, insanely jingoistic in regards to foreign policy, hardline nationalist and anti immigration. However they lean to the left in regards to various social reforms such as healthcare and public transport, which they want to see expanded immensely. They also harbor pride in small businesses and actively seek to break up large monopolistic companies into smaller ones that can be more easily supervised against corruption and abuse. They're conservative when it comes to foreign policy but want the government to stay out of the affairs of small businesses while hounding the larger companies to be broken up via direct government intervention.

    I sort of got lazy in the end,so I'm going to retcon out Barry for another british politican with thick rimmed glasses, I think Peter Carington will do.
     
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  9. Amadeus Well-Known Member

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    Nelson Rockefeller accepts Nixon's offer to be his running mate in 1960:

    34. Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961), R-KS
    35. Richard Nixon (1961-1963), R-CA*
    36. Nelson Rockefeller (1963-1969), R-NY

    37. Hubert H. Humphrey (1969-1974), D-MN*
    38. Terry Sanford (1974-1981), D-NC

    39. George H.W. Bush (1981-1989), R-TX
    40. Joe Biden (1989-1997), D-DE
    41. Al Gore (1997-2001), D-TN

    41. John McCain (2001-2009), R-AZ

    42. Christine Todd Whitman (2009-2013), R-NJ
    43. Barack Obama (2013-2021), D-IL

    *Assassinated
    *Died in office
     
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  10. CapitalistHippie Peace, love, and free markets.

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    America, Incorporated
    Lee Iacocca/Tip O'Neill 1989-1993

    1988: Def. George HW Bush/Dan Quayle
    Key Events:
    -Collapse of Berlin Wall, end of Cold War
    -Gulf War victory, Saddam overthrown, counterinsurgency begins
    -Early 1990's recession

    Ross Perot/Jerry Brown 1993-1997
    Ross Perot/Jerry Brown 1997-2001

    1992: Def. Lee Iacocca/Tip O'Neill, Bob Dole/Newt Gingrich
    1996: Def. Pat Buchanan/Pete Wilson, Paul Tsongas/Al Gore, David Koch/Harry Browne
    Key Events:
    -Exit from prospective North American Free Trade Agreement, trade wars with China
    -Rwandan intervention
    -Withdrawal from Iraq
    -Tech boom, rise of Internet
    -Increased direct communication between government and citizens through digital infrastructure
    -Formation of the Reform Party
    -Rise of 'New Right' and militia movements

    Donald Trump/Jesse Ventura 2001-2009
    2000: Def. Sam Nunn/Ralph Nader, Jeb Bush/Donald Rumsfeld
    2004: Def. John McCain/Joe Lieberman, Paul Wellstone/Bob Kerrey
    Key events:
    -November 3rd attacks on New York and Philadelphia, military intervention in Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran
    -Immigration Control Act of 2002, mass protests over allegations of profiling
    -2006 Stormy Daniels sex scandal, narrowly escapes impeachment
    -2007 financial crisis
    -Mishandling of disaster relief efforts
    -Caught on tape using slur to refer to Dem VP candidate

    Mitt Romney/Tim Pawlenty 2009-2017
    2008: Def. John Edwards/Barack Obama, Jesse Ventura/Angus King
    2012: Def. Evan Bayh/Deval Patrick, Jim Webb/Joe Manchin, Ron Paul/Gary Johnson
    Key Events:
    -Implementation of 'RomneyCare' to reform American healthcare
    -Troop surge in Middle East, antiwar protests increase
    -Controversy over drone strikes
    -2012 primary challenge by Ron Paul and rise of Libertarian Party
    -Trial of former President Trump over allegations of corruption in administration, pardon issued by president
    -Economic recovery

    Herman Cain/Marco Rubio 2017-2021
    2016: Def. Kirstin Gillibrand/Martin O'Malley, Rocky de La Fuente/Ross Perot, Jr., Gary Johnson/Bill Weld
    Key Events:
    -Attempted repeal of RomneyCare
    -Student loan crisis
    -Withdrawal from Iran conflict
    -Kavanaugh scandal of 2018 and rise of the 'Time's Up' movement
    -Bozeman Massacre and rise in white nationalist terrorist incidents
    -Rampant wildfires and natural disasters, warnings of costs of climate change increased

    Andrew Yang/Tulsi Gabbard 2021-2029
    2020: Def. Herman Cain/Nikki Haley, Ivanka Trump/Heidi Heitkamp, John McAfee/Austin Petersen
    2024: Def. Sarah Palin/Donald Trump, Jr., Patrick Byrne/Justin Amash
    Key Events:
    -Implementation of universal basic income and Medicare for All ('Yangcare')
    -Withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan
    -Implementation of Seoul Protocol to combat climate change
    -2023 California earthquake, disaster relief efforts ramped up
    -Creation of 'Reform-Republican' fusion alliance after 2022 midterms, collapses 2027
    -North Korea develops nuclear bomb, negotiations begin
    -Russia annexes Belarus, sanctions imposed
    -Eurozone collapses, Second Great Depression hits

    Mark Zuckerberg/John Kasich 2029-
    2028: Def. Ted Cruz/Josh Hawley, Tulsi Gabbard/Levi Sanders, Beau Biden/Jason Kander, Thomas Massie/Glenn Jacobs
    Key Events:
    -Manned mission to Mars launched
    -Stimulus Act of 2029
     
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  11. Wendell Wendell

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    @Avalanches isn't 1977 a little too early for Bob Casey Sr. to run for president?
     
  12. Avalanches Well-Known Member

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    Nope - ran for Governor in 1966 and 1970, each time failing in his bid to win the Democratic nomination.

    Here, I had Casey win the nomination in '70 largely as a reaction against the pro-business policies advocated by Rockefeller, which Milton Shapp supports. Winning on a coalition of organized labor, suburban moderates and conservatives and rural voters, Casey beats Ray Broderick and is re-elected over Republican defector Arlen Specter.
     
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  13. Wendell Wendell

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    Nice butterflies.
     
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  14. SandroPertini98 Well-Known Member

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    POD: Electoral College's rules stay as 1796 and the second most voted candidate became President.

    1 George Washington (Ind-Virginia)/ John Adamd (Fed-Massachusetts) 1789-1797
    2 John Adams (Fed-Massachusetts)/
    Thomas Jefferson (Dem-Rep-Virginia) 1797-1801
    3 Thomas Jefferson (DR-Virginia)/
    John Adams (Fed-Massachusetts) 1801-1805
    Thomas Jefferson (DR-Virginia)/ Charles Cotesworth Pickney (Fed-South Carolina) 1805-1809
    4 James Madison (DR-Virginia)/ Charles Cotesworth Pickney (Fed-South Carolina) 1809-1813
    James Madison (DR-Virginia)/ DeWitt Clinton (DR-New York) 1813-1817
    5 James Monroe (DR-Virginia)/
    Rufus King (Fed-New York) 1817-1821
    James Monroe (DR-Virginia)/ Vacant 1821-1825
    6 John Quincy Adams (DR-Massachusetts)/ John Caldwell Calhoun (DR-South Carolina) 1825-1829 [Elected by Congress after a deadlocked election]

    7 Andrew Jackson (D-Tennessee)/ John Quincy Adams (Nat-Rep-Massachusetts) 1829-1833
    Andrew Jackson (D-Tennessee)/ Henry Clay (NR-Kentucky) 1833-1837
    8 Martin Van Buren (D-New York)/ William Henry Harrison (W-Ohio) 1837-1841
    9 William Henry Harrison (W-Ohio)/
    Martin Van Buren (D-New York) 1841
    10 Martin Van Buren (D-New York)/ Vacant 1841-1845

    11 Henry Clay (W-Kentucky)/ Martin Van Buren (D-New York; then Free Soil Party 1848-1849) 1845-1849
    Henry Clay (W-Kentucky)/ Lewis Cass (D-Michigan) 1849-1852
    12 Lewis Cass (D-Michigan)/ Vacant 1852-1853
    13 Franklin Pierce (D-New Hampshire)/
    Zachary Taylor (W-Louisiana) 1853-1857
    14 James Buchanan (D-Pennsylvania)/ John Charles Frémont (R-California) 1857-1861
    15 Abraham Lincoln (R-Illinois)/ Vacant [
    John Cabell Breckinridge is elected as Vice-President but he refused to take the seat due his defection to Confederacy] 1861-1865
    Abraham Lincoln (R-Illinois)/
    George Brinton McClellan (D-New Jersey) 1865
    16 George Brinton McClellan (D-New Jersey)/ Vacant 1865-1869

    17 Ulysses Simpson Grant (R-Ohio)/ George Brinton McClellan (D-New Jersey) 1869-1877
    18 Rutherford Birchard Hayes (R-Ohio)/ Vacant [Samuel Jones Tilden was elected Vice-President but he refused to take the seat due allegations of electoral fraud by Hayes] 1877-1881
    19 James Abraham Garfield (R-Ohio)/
    Winfield Scott Hancock (D-Pennsylvania) 1881

    20 Winfield Scott Hancock (D-Pennsylvania)/ Vacant 1881-1885
    21 Stephen Grover Cleveland (D-New York)/ James Gillespie Blaine (R-Maine) 1885-1889
    22 Benjamin Harrison (R-Indiana)/
    Stephen Grover Cleveland (D-New York) 1889-1893
    23 Stephen Grover Cleveland (D-New York)/
    Benjamin Harrison (R-Indiana) 1893-1897
    24 William McKinley (R-Ohio)/
    William Jennings Bryan (D-Nebraska) 1897-1901
    25 William Jennings Bryan (D-Nebraska)/ Vacant 1901-1905

    26 Theodore Roosevelt (R-New York)/ William Jennings Bryan (D-Nebraska) 1905-1913
    27 Thomas Woodrow Wilson (D-New Jersey)/
    Elihu Root (R-New York) 1913-1917
    Thomas Woodrow Wilson (D-New Jersey)/ Charles Evans Hughes (R-New York) 1917-1921
    29 Warren Gamael Harding (R-Ohio)/
    James Middleton Cox (D-Ohio) 1921-1923
    30 James Middleton Cox (D-Ohio)/ Vacant 1923-1925
    James Middleton Cox (D-Ohio)/
    John Calvin Coolidge (R-Massachusetts) 1925-1929
    31 John Calvin Coolidge (R-Massachusetts)/
    James Middleton Cox (D-Ohio) 1929-1932
    32 James Middleton Cox (D-Ohio)/ Vacant 1932-1933
    33 Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D-New York)/
    Herbert Clark Hoover (R-Iowa) 1933-1941
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D-New York)/ Wendell Lewis Wilkie (R-New York) 1941-1944
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D-New York)/ Vacant 1944-1945
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D-New York)/
    Thomas Edmund Dewey (R-New York) 1945
    34 Thomas Edmund Dewey (R-New York)/ Vacant 1945-1949
    Thomas Edmund Dewey (R-New York)/
    Alben William Barkley (D-Kentucky) 1949-1953
    35 Dwight David Einsenhower (D-New York)/
    Robert Alphonse Taft (R-Ohio) 1953
    Dwight David Einsenhower (D-New York)/ Vacant 1953-1957
    Dwight David Einsenhower (D-New York)/
    William Fife Knowland (R-California) 1957-1961
    36 John Fitzgerald Kennedy (D-Massachusetts)/ Nelson Aldrich Rockfeller (R-New York) 1961-1963
    37 Nelson Aldrich Rockfeller (R-New York)/ Vacant 1963-1965

    38 Lyndon Baines Johnson (D-Texas)/ Nelson Aldrich Rockfeller (R-New York) 1965-1969
    39 Nelson Aldrich Rockfeller (R-New York)/
    Hubert Horatio Humphrey (D-Minnesota) 1969-1973
    40 Hubert Horatio Humphrey (D-Minnesota)/
    Nelson Aldrich Rockfeller (R-New York) 1973-1977
    Hubert Horatio Humphrey (D-Minnesota)/ Ronald Wilson Reagan (R-California) 1977
    41 Ronald Wilson Reagan (R-California)/ Vacant 1977
    Ronald Wilson Reagan (R-California)/ Gerald Rudolph Ford (R-Michigan) 1977-1981

    42 Edmund Sixtus Muskie (D-Maine)/ Ronald Wilson Reagan (R-California) 1981-1985
    Edmund Sixtus Muskie (D-Maine)/ George Herbert Walker Bush (R-Texas) 1985-1989
    43 Mario Cuomo (D-New York)/ Robert Joseph Dole (R-Kansas) 1989-1993
    44 Jack French Kemp (R-New York)
    / Mario Cuomo (D-New York) 1993-1997
    Jack French Kemp (R-New York)/ Albert Arnold Gore Jr (D-Tennesse) 1997-2001
    45 Albert Arnold Gore Jr (D-Tennessee)/
    John Sidney McCain III (R-Arizona) 2001-2005
    Albert Arnold Gore Jr (D-Tennessee)/ Willard Mitt Romney (R-Massachusetts) 2005-2009
    46 John Ellis Bush (R-Florida)/
    John Forbes Kerry (D-Massachusetts) 2009-2013
    47 Barack Hussein Obama (D-Illinois)/
    John Ellis Bush (R-Arizona) 2013-2017
    Barack Hussein Obama (D-Illinois)/ Vacant [Donald John Trump was elected but he refused to take the seat due his allegations of rigging] 2017-2021
     
  15. The Jovian Unapologetic Socialist

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    Wouldn't these rules turn the election into one giant jungle primary?
     
  16. Wendell Wendell

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    Truly impressive undertaking. That said, I would like to know how/why you changed some things and not others. For example, why do the Democrats run McClellan in 1968 here? Chances are he'd be as effective/popular as Andrew Johnson if not less so. Likewise, why isn't your President Lewis Cass nominated in 1852? Additionally, I don't know that Coolidge could have won the nomination or the presidency in 1924 without having been Harding's VP elevated to incumbency.
     
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  17. DoritosandmtnDew Active Member

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    A Big Fuckin Deal: Biden '88

    41. Joe Biden/John Glenn (D)
    1989-97

    42. Colin Powell/Richard Lugar (R)
    1997-05

    43. John F Kennedy Jr/Bill Nelson (D)
    2005-13
    44. Bill Nelson/Barack Obama (D)
    2013-17

    45. Donald Trump/Newt Gingrich (R)
    2017-present
     
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  18. CapitalistHippie Peace, love, and free markets.

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    The Bushes as the Adamses
    George HW Bush/Dan Quayle 1989-1993

    Bill Clinton/Jerry Brown 1993-2001
    Al Gore/Douglas Wilder 2001-2009
    Sam Nunn/Howard Dean 2009-2017
    Jeb Bush/Jim Webb 2017-2021

    Donald Trump/Jim Webb 2021-2025
    Donald Trump/Tom Cotton 2025-2029
    Tom Cotton/Jim Jordan 2029-2033

    Levi Sanders/Julian Castro 2033 (Died in office)
    Julian Castro/vacant 2033-2037

    Ron DeSantis/Matt Gaetz 2037-2041
    Tulsi Gabbard/Jaime Raskin 2041-2042 (Died in office)
    Jaime Raskin/vacant 2042-2045

     
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  19. Chapman Loyal Supporter of President Hoffa

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    What is this? Good question, I have no idea.

    1981-1989: Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/George H.W. Bush (R-TX)
    Def. 1980 Jimmy Carter (D-GA)/Walter Mondale (D-MN)
    Def. 1984 Walter Mondale (D-MN)/Geraldine Ferraro (D-NY)

    1989-1993: Mario Cuomo (D-NY)/Al Gore (D-TN)
    Def. 1988 George H.W. Bush (R-TX)/Dan Quayle (R-IN)
    1993-2001: Carlos "Chuck" Norris (R-TX)/John Kasich (R-OH)
    Def. 1992 Mario Cuomo (D-NY)/Al Gore (D-TN)
    Def. 1996 Bob Kerrey (D-NE)/Doug Wilder (D-VA)

    2001-2005: John Kasich (R-OH)/J.C. Watts (R-OK)
    Def. 2000 Bill Richardson (D-NM)/Dick Gephardt (D-MO)
    2005-2013: George Clooney (D-CA)/Mary Landrieu (D-LA)
    Def. 2004 John Kasich (R-OH)/J.C. Watts (R-OK)
    Def. 2008 J.C. Watts (R-OK)/Tim Pawlenty (R-MN)

    2013-2017: Donald J. Trump (R-NY)/Bobby Jindal (R-LA)
    Def. 2012 Mary Landrieu (D-LA)/Al Franken (D-MN)
    2017-20??: Oprah Winfrey (D-IL)/Sherrod Brown (D-OH)
    Def. 2016 Donald J. Trump (R-NY)/Bobby Jindal (R-LA)
     
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  20. CapitalistHippie Peace, love, and free markets.

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    Looks like a celebrity-to-politician wank with cameos by Cuomo and Kasich for realism
     
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