List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

TAOS Earth 211

List of Presidents
President Alfred MacAlister 1897-1901 Republican A
President Thaddeus Waxman 1901-1909 Republican
President Lloyd Venture 1909-1913 Republican

President Jim W. Gettys 1913-1921 Democrat
(World War I 1914-1918)
President Edward T. Norton 1921-1923 Republican D
President Aldous Worthington 1923-1929 Republican
President Henry Shaw Jr. 1929-1933 Republican

President Benjamin Leyden Waxman 1933-1945 Democrat D

(World War II 1939-1945)
President Samuel S. Stanton 1945-1953 Democrat
President Irving Haywood 1953-1961 Republican
President William Arthur Curry 1961-1963 Democrat A
President Esker Scott Anderson 1963-1969 Democrat DTRT
President Richard Monckton 1969-1974 Republican R
President Calvin Chadwick 1974-1977 Republican
President William Matthews 1977-1981 Democrat
President Owen Lassiter 1981-1989 Republican
President William Mitchell 1989-1993 Republican

President D. Wire Newman 1993-2001 Democrat
President Robert Ritchie 2001-2005 Republican DTRT

President Arnold Vinick 2005-2009 Republican
President Gary H. Wright 2009-2017 Democrat
President William “Willy” Bank 2017-2020 Republican R
President Curtis Haas 2020-2021 Republican

President Tom James 2021-2027 Democrat D
President Gavin Belson 2027-2029 Democrat
President Jonah Ryan 2029-2033 Republican
(World War III: 2030-2034)
President Catherine Meyer 2033-2041 Democrat
President Robert E. Kelly 2041-2047 Republican A
President Martin Vincenzo 2048-2049 Republican
President Joesph Eckhardt 2049-2053 Ryanist
President Morgan Stark 2053-2057 Independent
President Sam Blackwell 2057-2065 Democratic-Socialist
President Jennifer Pizza 2065-2073 Democratic Socialist

President Dean Venture 2073-2077 Independent
President James Calvert 2077-2085 Democratic-Socialist
President Thomas Eckhardt 2085-2088 Ryanist K
(World War IV: 2088-2093)
President Ellen Santiago 2088-2097 Independent
President Eric Richardson 2097-2105 Independent/United States First Party
President Carl Braxton 2105-2109 United States First Party

President John-Caleb Bradberton 2109-2117 Tomorrow Party
(USA becomes one with Canada Mexico and a majority of South America making United Americas)

A=Assassinated
D=Died in office
DTRT=Declined To Run for Term
R=Resign
K=Killed

MacAlister ,Waxman, and Worthington are from Red Red Redemption series
Lloyd Venture is from Venture Bros.
Getty is From Citizen Kane
Norton is from Washington Merry Go Round 1932
Shaw Jr. The Senator from Fantastic Beasts, here he wasn’t killed.
BLW is my ow creation. Related to Thaddeus Waxman
Staton is from Final Countdown (movie)
Irving Haywood a combination of Irving Morrell from Harry Turtledove and General Haywood from Captain America.
Curry through Monckton is from the Company by John Eherlicmann
Chadwick is from Agent Carter season 2
Matthews is From Devils Alternative
Lassiter, Newman, Ritchie and Vinick From West Wing
Mitchel is from Dave
Gary H. Wright from House Episode Role Models.
Willy Bank Oceans 13
Curtis Haas House of Cards US
Tom James, Johan Ryan, and Catherine Meyer are From Veep.
Gavin Belson From Silicon Valley.
Robert Kelly is From Marvel Comics.
Vincenzo is From Shadowrun
Both Eckhardts are From Fallout 76 as is Blackwell
Morgan Stark daughter of Tony Stark, MCU
Jennifer Pizza is From Stephen Universe
Dean Venture is from Venture Bros.
Calvert is From Fallout 3
Santiago is From Fallout 76
Eric Richardson is the grandfather to Richardson Jr, my own creation but inspired by Fallout 2.
Braxton and Bradberton are From Fallout 4
Whats Earth 211?
 
An alternate take on TL-191. Sergeant Chester Martin tripped and failed to save President Roosevelt when the man toured the Roanoke Front in 1915. Vice President Walter McKenna takes the helm, but he's a bland, uninspiring figure of a man. The war effort turns against the United States, resulting in an Entente victory in the Great War. The United States stumbles along, the Socialists frustrated by the loss in 1920, while the Democrats seethe in hatred at the Treaty of Annapolis and the reparations, inflation, and a thoroughly demoralized populace.

The rise of Al Smith to the presidency in 1927, following Leonard Wood's death, infuriates 2nd Lt. Gordon McSweeney and he is further vindicated when the economy collapses in 1929. Railing against the "godless Jewish socialists, the Papist foreign interlopers, and the traitorous Mormons" as well as un-Christian -isms like feminism, socialism, and communism, McSweeney and his Faith Militant march on Philadelphia and overthrow the government. Many in the Democratic Party support him as he promises revenge against the Mormons, Canadians, British, and Confederates while he begins a faith revival of fundamentalist Protestantism. But many, with his blessing, begin to plot against various groups whom they feel do not deserve to live in this new Paradise on a Hill.

McSweeneyite America becomes a horrifying nightmare for the next thirteen years...

Presidents of the United States of America
25. 1889-1897: Thomas Brackett Reid (Democratic)
26. 1897-1905: Alfred Thayer Mahan (Democratic)
27. 1905-1913: Nelson W. Aldrich (Democratic)
28. 1913-1915: Theodore Roosevelt (Democratic)
1912 (with Walter McKenna) def.: Eugene V. Debs / Robert La Follette (Socialist), Albert B. Cummins / Julius C. Burrows (Republican)
29. 1915-1917: Walter McKenna (Democratic)
30. 1917-1921: Eugene V. Debs (Socialist)
1916 (with Robert La Follette) def.: Walter McKenna / Judson Harmon (Democratic), Albert B. Cummins / Theodore E. Burton (Republican)
Treaty of Annapolis (1917) ended the North American theater of the Great War. Part of the Treaty of Paris (1917) which ended the European, African, and Asian theaters.

31. 1921-1927: Leonard Wood (Democratic)
1920 (with Alfred 'Al' Smith) def.: Eugene V. Debs / Robert La Follette (Socialist), Frank Orren Lowden / Miles Poindexter (Republican), Walter McKenna / Judson Harmon (Anti-Wood Democratic)
1924 (with Alfred 'Al' Smith) def.: Upton Sinclair / Hosea Blackford (Socialist), Frank Orren Lowden / Miles Poindexter (Republican)

32. 1927-1931: Alfred 'Al' Smith (Democratic)
1928 def.: Hosea Blackford / Hiram Johnson (Socialist), Miles Poindexter / Victor Murdock (Republican)
March on Philadelphia (1931) by the Army of the Faithful
00. 1931-1931: Gordon McSweeney (Nonpartisan leading Committee of National and Divine Salvation)

First Prophets of the American Christian Republic
01. 1931-1944: Gordon McSweeney (Faithful of America)
Surrender at Reading, 4 July 1944, 6:01 PM.
02. 1944-1944: Henry Ford (Faithful of America)
Did not accept the surrender, was overthrown by General Irving Morrell to enforce the peace.
03. 1944-1944: Irving Morrell (Nonpartisan - Military)
 
Ready Aye Ready
Robert Borden - 1911-1920 (Conservative)
Arthur Meighen - 1920-1929 (Conservative)
Ernest Lapointe - 1929-1935 (Liberal)
Robert Manion - 1935-1943 (Conservative)
John Diefenbaker - 1943-1960 (Conservative)
Paul Martin Sr. - 1960-1968 (Liberal)
Robert Winters - 1968-1972 (Liberal)
Robert Stanfield - 1972-1984 (Conservative)
John Turner - 1984-1990 (Liberal)
Jean Charest - 1990-2000 (Conservative)
Paul Martin Jr. - 2000-2006 (Liberal)
Jim Prentice - 2006-2019 (Conservative)
Kevin O'Leary - 2019-Present (Conservative)


The Liberals elect a hardline French successor for Laurier and as a result Meighen and the Tories smash them in the ensuing general elections. The Tories, not the Liberals, are Canada's Natural Governing Party
 
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Presidents of the United States of America:

1913-1921:
Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt (Republican-New York)/Hiram Johnson (Republican-California)

1912 Def. Governor Woodrow Wilson (Democratic-New Jersey)/Governor Thomas R. Marshall (Democratic-Indiana)/Activist Eugene V. Debs (Socialist-Indiana)/Milwaukee Mayor Emil Seidel (Socialist-Wisconsin)
1916 Def. Activist Eugene V. Debs (Socialist-Indiana)/Representative Ross "Kirk" Kirkpatrick (Socialist-New Jersey)/Representative Peter Gerry (Democratic-Rhode Island)/Senator Franklin "Frank" Hanly (Democratic-Indiana)

1921-1929: Emil Seidel (Socialist-Wisconsin)/William "Bill" Haywood (Socialist-Utah)
1920 Def. General Leonard Wood (Republican-New Hampshire)/Senator Warren G. Harding (Republican-Ohio)/Governor Edwin T. "Eddie" Meredith (Democratic-Iowa)/Representative John W. Davis (Democratic-West Virginia)
1924 Def. Governor William Gibbs McAdoo (Democratic-California)/Governor Albert "Al" Smith (Democratic-New York)/Senator Irvine Lenroot (Republican-Wisconsin)/Former Governor Charles Evans Hughes (Republican-New York)

1929-1933: William Z. Foster (Socialist-Massachusetts)/John Kirkpatrick (Socialist-Illinois)
1928 Def. Senator John Nance Garner (Democratic-Texas)/Senator Burton K. Wheeler (Democratic-Montana)/Governor Herbet Hoover (Republican-California)/Governor Gifford Pinchot (Republican-Pennsylvania)

1933-1941: Gifford Pinchot (Republican-Pennsylvania)/William Borah (Republican-Idaho)
1932 Def. Governor Norman Thomas (Farmer-Labor-Anit Fosterite-New York)/Governor Floyd B. Olson (Farmer-Labor-Anti Fosterite-Minnesota)/Former Governor Albert "Al" Smith (Democratic-New York)/Senator Henry Ashhurst (Democratic-Arizona)/President William Z. Foster (Socialist-Massachusetts)/Vice President John Kirkpatrick (Socialist-Illinois)
1936 Def. Former Secretary of War Smedley Buetler (Socialist-Pennsylvania)/Former Secretary of Racial Relations James W. Ford (Socialist-Alabama)/Representative William "Will" Lemke (Democratic-North Dakota)/Former General Hugh S. Johnson (Democratic-Illinois)

1941-1945: Henry Wallace (Socialist-Iowa)/Daniel Hoan (Socialist-Wisconsin)
1940 Def. Vice President William Borah (Republican-Idaho)/Governor Alfred "Alf" Landon (Republican-Kansas)

1945-1953: Henry Wallace (Socialist-Iowa)/Dwight Eisenhower (Nonpartisan-New York)
1944 Def. General Archibald Roosevelt (Republican-New York)/Governor Robert A. Taft (Republican-Ohio)
1948 Def. Governor Robert A. Taft (Republican-Ohio)/Representative Edwin P. Morrow (Republican-Kentucky)

1953-1961: Vernon Joseph Baker (Socialist-Wyoming)/Darlington Hoopes (Socialist-Pennsylvania)
1952 Def. Former General Omar Bradley (Republican-Missouri)/Governor Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (Republican-Massachusetts)/Senator Strom Thurmond (Dixie-South Carolina)/Senator Harry Byrd (Dixie-Virginia)
1956 Def. Governor Richard "Rich" Nixon (Republican-California)/New York City Mayor Nelson Rockefeller (Republican-New York)

1961-1966: John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy (Republican-Massachusetts)/Margret Chase Smith (Republican-Maine)
1960 Def. Senator Lyndon Baines Johnson (Socialist-Texas)/Secretary of Industrial Affairs Georgia Cozzini (Socialist-Wisconsin)
1964 Def. Senator Henning Blomen (Socialist-Massachusetts)/Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson (Socialist-Washington)

1966-1973: Margret Chase Smith (Republican-Maine)/Nelson Rockefeller (Republican-New York)
1968 Def. Governor Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (Socialist-New York)/Governor George C. Wallace (Socialist-Alabama)

1973-1981: E. Micheal Harrington (Socialist-New York)/Jesse Jackson (Socialist-South Carolina)
1972 Def. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller (Republican-New York)/Secretary of State Charles Matthias (Republican-Maryland)
1976 Def. Governor George W. Bush Sr. (Republican-Texas)/Representative Gerald Ford (Republican-Michigan)

1981-1985: Anne Gorsuch (Republican-Colorado)/Larry Presler (Republican-Pennsylvania)
1980 Def. Vice President Jesse Jackson (Socialist-South Carolina)/Representative Bella Abzug (Socialist-New York)

1985-1993: Bella Abzug (Socialist-New York)/Phillip "Phil" Ochs (Socialist-Texas)
1984 Def. President Anne Gorsuch (Republican-Colorado)/Vice President Larry Presler (Republican-Pennsylvania)
1988 Def. Former Secretary of Culture John B. Anderson (Republican-Illinois)/Senator Theodora "Theo" N. Nathan (Republican-Oregon)

1993-1993: Quinn Brisben (Socialist-Illinois)/Gloria La Riva (Socialist-New Mexico)
1992 Def. Senator John Kasich (Republican-Ohio)/Senator Ronald "Ron" Paul (Republican-Texas)

1993-1993: VACANT/VACANT

1993-1997:
Bernard "Bernie" Sanders (Socialist-Illinois)/Ernie Chambers (Socialist-Nebraska)

1997-2005: Ernie Chambers (Socialist-Nebraska)/Mary Col Hollis (Socialist-Arkansas)

1996 Def. Former Senator Ronald "Ron" Paul (Republican-Texas)/Senator Lyndon M. LaRouche Jr. (Republican-Virginia)
2000 Def. Senator Victor "Vic" Ashe (Republican-Tennessee)/Former Senator Jack Kemp (Republican-New York)

2005-2017: Victor "Vic" Ashe (Republican-Tennessee)/David Clarke (Republican-Wisconsin)
2004 Def. Senator Stewart Alexander (Socialist-Texas)/Secretary of Industrial Affairs Donald "Don" Plusquellic (Socialist-Ohio)
2008 Def. Former Secretary of the Environment Howard "Howie" Hawkins (Socialist-New York)/Governor Patricia "Pat" LaMarche (Socialist-Maine)
2012 Def. Representative Lawrence "Larry" Sanders (Socialist-New York)/Governor Edward "Ed" Milliband (Socialist-Michigan)

2016 Election: Secretary of State Gary Johnson (Republican-New Mexico)/Senator Sarah Steelman (Republican-Missouri) vs Actor and Activist Mark Ruffalo (Socialist-Wisconsin)/Senator Stephanie "Steph" Cholensky (Socialist-Florida)

 
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This is a rough concept list for a timeline idea I have where the Pacific Northwest of the United States become a socialist (and/or communist) nation as a result of the Seattle General Strike of 1919. The United States reacts to this with such hostility that it becomes a bit of a pariah and authoritarian state.
Presidents of the United States
1920-1928: Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer (D-PA)/Rep. Furnifold McLendel Simmons (D-NC)

1920 def. Major General Leonard Wood (R-NH)/Sen. Hiram Johnson (R-CA)
1924 def. Sen. Robert M. La Follette (R-WI)/Gov. Frank Orren Lowden (R-IL)

1928-1930: V.P. Furnifold McLendel Simmons (D-NC)/Sen. Josiah O. Wolcott (D-DE)
1928 def. Fmr. Gov. Frank Orren Lowden (R-IL)/Gov. Herbert Hoover (R-CA)
1930-1932: V.P. Josiah O. Wolcott (D-DE)/vacant
1932-1940: Pres. Josiah O. Wolcott (D/National Union-DE)/Sec. of Intelligence J. Edgar Hoover (R/NU-DC)

1932 def. John Nance Garner (D-TX)/Al Smith (D-NY), Sen. John J. Blaine (R-WI)/Fmr. Sen. Joseph I. France (R-MD)
1936 def. Non-National Union Parties suppressed.

1940-1948: V.P. J. Edgar Hoover (NU-DC)/Sen. Joseph McCarthy (NU-WI)
1940 def. Minor Opposition.
1944 def. Minor Opposition.

1948-1956: V.P. Joseph McCarthy (NU-WI)/Gov. Walter E. Disney (NU-CA)
1948 def. Minor Opposition.
1952 def. Minor Opposition.

1956-1964: V.P. Walter E. Disney (NU-CA)/Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper (NU-IA)
1956 def. Minor Opposition.
1960 def. Minor Opposition.

1964-1972: Sen. Ronald Reagan (NU-CA)/Sen. Spiro Agnew (NU-MD)
1964 def. Minor Opposition.
1968 def. Minor Opposition.

1972-1980: Gov. Richard Nixon (NU-CA)/Sec. of Defense Henry M. Jackson (NU-MT)
1972 def. Minor Opposition.
1976 def. Minor Opposition.

1980-1988: Sec. of Defense Oliver North (NU-TX)/Sen. Dennis Prager (NU-NY)
1980 def. Minor Opposition.
1984 def. Minor Opposition.

1988-1992: Rep. Clint Eastwood (NU-CA)/Gov. Hal Lindsey (NU-TX)
1988 def. Minor Opposition. Opposition suppression decreased.
1992-2000: Sec. of State Patrick J. Buchanan (NU-DC)/Sen. Bob Dornan (NU-CA)
1992 def. Minor Opposition.
1996 def. Minor Opposition. Opposition suppression decreased.

2000-2016: Gov. Mike Huckabee (NU-AR)/Sen. Rush Limbaugh (NU-FL)
2000 def. Minor Opposition. Opposition suppression decreased.
2004 def. Minor Opposition.
2008 def. Sen. William Clinton (Anti-Huckabee Movement-AR)/Gov. Willard Romney (AHM-MI)
2012 def. Sec. of the Interior Gary Johnson (AHM-ND)/Sen. John Kasich(AHM-PA)

2016-Present: Rep. John E. Bush (AHM/Free Republican Party-TX)/Gov. Lawrence Lessig (AHM/FRP-SD)
2016 def. Pres. Mike Huckabee (NU-AR)/V. P. Rush Limbaugh (NU-FL)
2020 elect. Sen. Eric Hovind (NU-FL)/Gov. Ben Garrison (NU-MT)


The Current Leaders of the United Worker's States of the Cascades (UWSC or Cascadia for short) is President Glenn Beck (Skagit-Socialist Action) with the Voice of the People's Council being Sarah Heath (Bitteroot-Communist Party) and Gov. Anthony L. Ray (King-People's Party)
 
Douai gets his Dues

Presidents of the Confederate States of America (unrecognised)
1861-1863: Jefferson Davis/Alexander Stephens (fmr. Union Democratic)
1863-1863: Jubal Early/[vacant] (Acting/Nonpartisan)
1863: [vacant]

Ranking Member of the Provisional Government for the Confederate States
1863-1864: Amos Akerman (Acting)
1864-1865: Solon Chase (Independent)

General Secretary of the New American Confederation
appointed at irregular leisure by majority vote of the Confederate Congress
1865-1888: Solon Chase (Independent/Greenback)

defeated Morris Hillquit (Independent), Albert Parsons (Lonestar Socialist), Benjamin Gratz Brown (Independent), Benjamin Tucker (Unterrified Jeffersonianism Party)
1888-1894: Barzillai Chambers (Greenback)
defeated James Edward Hall (Independent), Elihu B. Washburne (Communist), Rev. Dwight Porter Bliss (Christian Democracy), William Harding Mayes (Lonestar Socialist)
1894-1902: Henry George (Independent)
defeated Terence Powderly (Greenback), Upton Sinclair (Muckraker)
1902-1921: Bill Haywood (Greenback)
defeated William English Walling (Syndicalist), Upton Sinclair (Muckraker), George Seldes (Communist)
1921-19??: Hubert Harrison (Muckraker)
defeated Milo Reno (Agrarian Labour League), Parley Christensen (Greenback)
 
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Based on the Giuliani Presidency discussion in Chat, here's my draft list of presidents, feedback is appreciated:

2001 to 2005: Al Gore/Joe Lieberman (Democratic)
2005 to 2009: Rudy Giuliani/John McCain (Republican)
2009 to 2017: John Edwards/Barack Obama (Democratic)

2017 to present: Martin O'Malley/Hillary Clinton (Democratic)

Thoughts? I'm not sold on everything, and I'm open to changing things. @CapitalistHippie
 
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VicePresidents? More like an Stepforward (Basically AU where everyone that has been a VP in OTL becomes a president):

1901: William McKinley/Theodore Roosevelt
1901-1905: Theodore Roosevelt/None
1905-1909: Theodore Roosevelt/James S. Sherman
1909-1912: James S. Sherman/Charles W. Fairbanks
1912-1913: Charles W. Fairbanks

1913-1921: Thomas R. Marshall/William Jennings Bryan
1921-1925: William Jennings Bryan/Franklin Delano Roosevelt
1925-1929: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/None

1929-1933: Calvin Coolidge/Charles Curtis
1933-1936: Charles Curtis/None
1936-1937: John Nance Garner/None (Ascends due to being the Speaker of the House)

1937-1944: Wendell Wilkie/Henry A. Wallace
1944-1945: Henry A Wallace/None
1945-1953: Harry S. Truman/Alben W. Barkley
1953-1956: Alben W. Barkley/Humbert Humphrey
1956-1957: Humbert Humphrey/None
1957-1965: Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew
1965-1969: Spiro Agnew/Gerald Ford
1969-1973: Lyndon B. Johnson/Walter Mondale

1973-1977: Walter Mondale/None
1977-1979: Nelson J. Rockefeller/Gerald Ford
1979-1981: Gerald Ford/Bob Dole
1981-1985: Henry Calbot Lodge Jr/George H.W. Bush
1985-1989: George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle
1989-1997: Al Gore/Joe Lieberman

1997-2005: Dick Cheney/Bob Dole
2005-2017: Joe Biden/John Kerry

2017-2018: John McCain/Dan Quayle
2018-Present: Dan Quayle/Mike Pence




 
Timeline 191 Except it resembles more our timeline than Timeline 191:

Red=Republican/Whig
Blue=Democrat
Green=Progressive

Presidents of the Union:
1897-1901: Governor William McKinley (Ohio)/Governor Theodore Roosevelt (New York)
1901-1905: Theodore Roosevelt/None

1905-1909 Theodore Roosevelt/Senator Charles W. Fairbanks (Indiana)
1909-1913: Secretary of War William Howard Taft (Ohio)/Representative James S. Sherman (New York)
1913-1919: Theodore Roosevelt/Senator Hiram Johnson (California)

1919-1921: Hiram Johnson/None
1921-1923: Warren G. Harding/Calvin Coolidge

1923-1925: Calvin Coolidge/None
1925-1929: Calvin Coolidge/Charles W. Dawes
1929-1933: Herbert Hoover/Charles Curtis
1933-1945: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Henry A. Wallace
1945-1953: Thomas E. Dewey/John W. Bricker
1953-1961: Aldai Louis Stevenson/Mike Moroney
1961-1969: John F. Kennedy/Humbert Humphrey
Def 1960:
Richard Nixon/Henry Calbot Lodge Jr.
Def 1964:

Harold Stassen/Nelson J. Rockefeller
1969-1973: Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew
Def 1968:
Humbert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie
1973-1974: Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford
Def 1972:

George McGovern/Sargent Shriver
1974-1977: Gerald Ford/Nelson Rockefeller
1977-1981: Gerald Ford/Bob Dole

Def 1976:
Jerry Brown/Henry M. Jackson
1981-1989: Ronald Reagan/George H.W. Bush
Def 1980:
Ted Kennedy/Walter Mondale
John B Anderson/Patrick Lucey
Def 1984:
Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro
1989-1993: George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle
Def 1988:
Michael Dukakis/Richard H. Stallings
1993-1997: Jerry Brown/Paul Tsongas
Def 1992:

George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle
Def 1996:

Bob Dole/Jack Kempt
1997-2001: Jerry Brown/None
2001-2009:George W. Bush/Dick Cheney
Def 2000:
Bill Bradley/Joe Lieberman.
Def 2004:
John Kerry/Howard Dean
2009-2017: Barack Obama/Joe Biden

Def 2008:
Rudy Giuliani/Sarah Palin
Def 2012:

John Huntsman Jr./Paul Ryan
2017-Present: Donald Trump/Mike Pence
Def 2016:

Hilary Rodham/Bernie Sanders

Presidents of the Confederacy:

1898-1904: William Jennings Bryan/Richard P. Bland
1904-1910: John Sharpe Williams/Francis Crockrell
1910-1916: Woodrow Wilson/William McAdoo
1916-1922: William McAdoo/Carter Glass

1922-1928: Carter Glass/Oscar Underwood
1928-1934: Cordel Hull/Joseph T. Robinson
1934-1935: John Nance Garner/Huey Long
1935-1940: John Nance Garner/James F. Byrnes
1940-1946: James F. Byrnes/Harry S. Truman
1946-1952: Harry S. Truman/Alben W. Barkley

1952-1958: Dwight David Eisenhower/George W. Romney
1958-1963: Estes Kefauver/John Sparkman
1963-1964: John Sparkman/None
1964-1970: Lyndon B. Johnson/Stuart Symington
Def 1963:
Barry Goldwater/Mills Godwin
1970-1976: George Wallace/Lester Maddox
Def 1969:
John McKeithen/Thomas Eagleton
1976-1982: James Earl Carter/Mo Udall
Def 1975:
John Connally/Howard Baker
1982-1988: Howard Baker/Ross Perot
Def 1983:
Mo Udall/Cliff Finch
1988-1994: Ross Perot/Pat Choate
Def 1987:
Jesse Jackson/Lloyd Bentsen
1994-2000: Bill Clinton/Al Gore
Def 1993:
Pat Buchanan/Phil Gramm
2000-2006: Al Gore/Lyndon LaRouche
Def 1999:
John McCain/Gary Bauer
2006-2012: John McCain/Mike Huckabee
Def 2005:
Lyndon LaRouche/John Edwards
2012-2018: Mitt Romney/Ron Paul
Def 2011:
John Edwards/Wesley Clark
2018-Present: Ted Cruz/Marco Rubio
Def 2017:
def:James Webb/Tim Kaine
 
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POD: In 1960 an earlier Operation Northwoods is approved by Eisenhower and Nixon, which leads to a large scale invasion of Cuba, the initial success(it will turn later in a Latinoamerican Vietnam) will give Nixon enough edge to win the 1960 election.

1961 - 1966: Richard M. Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.
An earlier Gulf of Tonkin incident leads to an earlier invasion of Vietnam in 1961, while the Berlin Crisis will be much more worst, leading many to fear that 1961 may be the beginning of World War Three. Nixon completely cut down NASA funds in favor of the Department of Defense and helps Hoover in cracking down the civil rights movement deeming them as the fifth column of the USSR. Following a failed assassination attempt in 1963 Nixon becomes more paranoid leading to an earlier Watergate, which will prompt him to resign in 1966.
1960 Def John F. Kennedy/Hubert Humphrey.
1964 Def Hubert Humphrey/Terry Sanford.

1966 - 1969: Henry Cabot Lodge Jr./George Romney.
A skilled diplomat, he spent his presidency trying to retire the American forces from Vietnam, which will happen in 1968 when Saigon fell down after the Tet Offensive.

1969 - 1977: Robert F. Kennedy/Ralph Yarborough.
The first catholic in the White House, and the first Democrat since 1953, he accomplished minor successes regarding civil rights. Under his presidency the American forces left Cuba, who became a democracy, and in 1977 John Glenn became the first man to arrive on the Moon.
1968 Def Henry Cabot Lodge Jr./George Romney.
1972 Def Ronald Reagan/Charles Percy.

1977 - 1981: Ralph Yarborough/Eugene McCarthy.
Remembered for his greatest accomplishment, the Civil Rights Act of 1978, he lost reelection because of how he handled the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and the following Hostage Crisis.
1976 Def Ronald Reagan/Jim Rhodes.

1981 - 1985: George H.W. Bush/Kit Bond.
Ended the Apollo program and tried to handle the energy crisis and the rise of the debt by cutting spending and raising taxes, which costed him the reelection after promising in the campaign trail: "Read my lips, no new taxes".
1980 Def Ralph Yarborough/Eugene McCarthy.

1985 - 1989: Gary Hart/Dianne Feinstein.
Notorious for signing the first START treaty with the USSR and for having the first female VP. He was the first President since 1928 to don't pursue reelection following the Sexgate scandal.
1984 Def George H.W. Bush/Kit Bond.

1989 - 1993: Bob Dole/Jeane Kirkpatrick.
Former Senate Majority Leader and first disabled person to become President, a fiscal hawk who employed his relationship with his former colleagues to pass a Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment, which would ironically be his downfall as he would be forced to raise taxes making him unpopular with his own base, making him lose reelection.
1988 Def Dianne Feinstein/Michael Dukakis.

1993 - 2001: Jerry Brown/Jesse Jackson.
After a decade of raising taxes and cutting spending, the incensed voters support the populist campaign of Governor Brown. His presidency is focused on fighting corruption and administrative decentralization. His greatest achievement is the Term Limits Constitutional Amendment, which will introduce terms limits for congresspeople. Also notorious for having the first black VP, Jesse Jackson.
1992 Def Bob Dole/Jeane Kirkpatrick.
1996 Def Jeanne Kirkpatrick/Lamar Alexander.

2001 - 2008: John McCain/Fred Thompson.
The USA weren't still ready for a black president, and so they picked the war hero McCain as President. After September 11 he showed his warmongering nature by invading in succession Afghanistan, Iraq and North Korea. His main accomplishment are the Patriot Act and the Campaign Finance Constitutional Amendment, which will greatly reduce the influence of lobbyist on Congress. However the prolonged war in Middle East, the invasion of Taiwan by China in 2007 and the economic crisis in the same year greatly tarred his reputation.
Def 2000 Jesse Jackson/Ann Richards.
Def 2004 John Kerry/Al Gore.

2009 - 2017: Al Gore/Russ Feingold.
A champion of environmental politics, he was notorious for signing the Paris Climate Agreement, and passing the Green New Deal. Another big achievement was the first important healthcare reform in a long time, known as the GoreCare. He also handled very well the Arab Spring helping many countries in their successful transition to democracy and also handled the Ukrainian Crisis in 2014, when Ukraine gained independence from the USSR, which were both indicated in the motivation for his Nobel Peace Prize in 2016.
Def 2008 Fred Thompson/John Kasich.
Def 2012 John Kasich/Bob Corker.

2017 - present: Russ Feingold/Barack Obama.
The first Jew president, he won the elections with a War on Poverty platform comprising single-payer healthcare and stricter regulations for Wall Street. However far right violence is on the rise following the loss of the Republican candidate Donald Trump, who during the campaign trail spewed many conspiracy theories about the Jewish heritage of Feingold, leading many to fear for the life of the President.
Def 2016 Donald Trump/Mike Pence.
 
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1829-1837: John Quincy Adams (National Republican)
1828 (with Richard Rush) def. Andrew Jackson / John C. Calhoun (Democratic)
1832 (with John Sergeant) def. Philip P. Barbour / Richard M. Johnson (Democratic)

1837-1841: William H. Harrison (National Republican)
1836 (with Daniel Webster) def. Hugh L. White / Richard M. Johnson (Democratic)
1841-1849: Cornelius Vanderbilt (Independent)
1840 (with Littleton W. Tazewell) def. William H. Harrison / Daniel Webster (National Republican) and James K. Polk / John Tyler (Democratic)
1844 (with Theodore Frelinghuysen) def. George M. Dallas / William A. Graham (Democratic/National Republican)

1849-1853: Jefferson F. Davis (Democratic)
1848 (with William O. Butler) def. Martin Van Buren / Winfield Scott (National Republican)
1853-1860: Charles Goodyear (Independent)
1852 (with Samuel F. B. Morse) def. Jefferson F. Davis / William O. Butler (Democratic) and Charles F. Adams / Gerrit Smith (National Republican)
1856 (with Samuel F. B. Morse) def. Franklin Pierce / John McLean (National Republican) and John C. Breckinridge / Lewis Cass (Democratic)

1860-1861: Samuel F. B. Morse (Independent)
Sworn in 1860
1861-1869: Samuel F. B. Morse (Independent/Democratic)
1860 (with Herschel V. Johnson) def. John Bell / William L. Dayton (National Republican)
1864 (with Herschel V. Johnson) def. Robert E. Lee / Lazarus W. Powell (National Republican)

1869-1873: James R. Doolittle (Democratic)
1868 (with Asa Parker) def. Salmon P. Chase / James E. English (National Republican)
1873-1877: Benjamin G. Brown (National Republican)
1872 (with David Davis) def. James R. Doolittle / Asa Parker (Democratic)
1877-1881: William Allen (Democratic)
1876 (with Thomas F. Bayard) def. Benjamin G. Brown / David Davis (National Republican)
1881-1889: Lucius Q. C. Lamar II (Independent endorsed by National Republican and Democratic)
1880 (with Benjamin Harrison) def. Barzillai J. Chambers / Peter Cooper (Workingmans') and Henry A. Thompson / John A. Brooks (Prohibition)
1884 (with Benjamin Harrison) def. Peter Cooper / vacant (Workingmans')

1889-1897: Benjamin F. Butler (National Republican)
1888 (with S. Grover Cleveland) def. Thomas A. Hendricks / John C. Black (Democratic)
1892 (with Benjamin F. Butler) Henry Watterson / Charles A. Dana (Democratic)

1897-1901: Joseph C. S. Blackburn (Democratic)
1896 (with Richard P. Bland) def. William R. Morrison / Shelby M. Cullom (National Republican)
1901-1905: Samuel B. Nixon (Independent endorsed by National Republican)
1900 (with Charles W. Fairbanks) def. John J. Lentz / Henry C. Caldwell (Democratic)
1905-1909: George A. Custer (Democratic)
1904 (with David B. Hill) def. Samuel B. Nixon / Charles W. Fairbanks (Independent endorsed by National Republican)
1909-1913: Samuel B. Nixon (Independent endorsed by National Republican)
1908 (with James B. "Champ" Clark) def. George A. Custer / Henry G. Davis (Democratic)
1913-1921: William H. Taft (Democratic)
1912 (with Albert B. Cummins) def. Eugene N. Foss / Albert J. Beveridge (National Republican)
1916 (with Albert B. Cummins) def. John W. Weeks (National Republican)

1921-1929: John M. Parker (National Republican)
1920 (with James M. Cox) def. William C. Sproul / William G. McAdoo (Democratic)
1924 (with James M. Cox) def. William G. McAdoo / Robert L. Owen (Democratic)

1929-1933: Francis A. Nixon (Independent endorsed by National Republican)
1928 (with Herbert C. Hoover) def. J. Calvin Coolidge / William F. Varney (Democratic)
1933-1937: Smedley D. Butler (Independent)
1932 (with Upton B. Sinclair) def. John N. Garner / Charles Curtis (Democratic) and John J. Blaine / Joseph I. France (National Republican)
1937-1940: Smedley D. Butler(Reform)
1936 (with Upton B. Sinclair) def. William E. Borah / William F. "Frank" Knox (National Republican) and Huey S. Long / Henry S. Breckinridge (Democratic)
1940-1941: Upton B. Sinclair (Reform)
Sworn in 1940
1941-1949: Charles A. Lindbergh (Democratic)
1940 (with Louis A. Johnson) def. Wendell L. Willkie / Norman M. Thomas (Reform) and Charles L. McNary / Arthur H. James (National Republican)
1944 (with Louis A. Johnson) def. Harry S. Truman / Thomas E. Dewey (National Republican) and Harold E. Stassen / vacant (Reform)

1949-1950: Prescott S. Bush (National Republican endorsed by Reform)
1948 (with Everett M. Dirksen) def. Richard B. Rusell / James A. Roe (Democratic)
1950-1953: Everett M. Dirksen (National Republican)
Sworn in 1950
1953-1957:
Henry A. Wallace (Reform)
1952 (with Glen H. Taylor) def. Douglas MacArthur / John J. Sparkman (Democratic) and George C. Marshall / Earl Warren (National Republican)
1957-1961: Walter E. Disney (Democratic)
1956 (with C. Estes Kefauver) def. Richard M. "Rick" Nixon / John F. "Jack" Kennedy (National Republican) and Henry A. Wallace / Glen H. Taylor (Reform)
1961-1965: Maurice Rose Sr. (Independent/Reform endorsed by National Republican)
1960 (with Henry C. Lodge Jr.) def. Barry M. Goldwater / Harry F. Byrd (Democratic)
1965-1973: Barry M. Goldwater (Democratic)
1964 (with John W. Byrnes) def. William E. Miller / Hiram L. Fong (National Republican) and Henry C. Lodge Jr. / Nelson A. Rockefeller (Reform)
1968 (with John W. Byrnes) def. Hubert H. Humphrey / Edmund S. Muskie (National Republican endorsed by Reform)

1973-1976: John V. LindseyÎ (Reform endorsed by National Republican)
1972 (with George S. McGovern) def. Henry M. Jackson / vacant (Democratic)
1976-1981: George S. McGovern (Reform)
Sworn in 1976
1981-1985: John B. Anderson (Independent endorsed by National Republican and Reform)
1980 (with Patrick J. Lucey) def. Ronald W. Reagan / James E. "Jimmy" Carter (Democratic)
1985-1993: Maurice "Mike" Rose Jr. (Independent endorsed by National Republican and Reform)
1984 (with H. Ross Perot) def. Ronald W. Reagan / Adlai E. Stevenson III (Democratic)
1988 (with Lloyd M. Bentsen) def. Ronald W. Reagan / James D. "Dan" Quayle (Democratic)

1993-2001: William J. "Billy" Blythe (Independent endorsed by Democratic)
1992 (with James B. Stockdale) def. Alfred A. "Al" Gore Jr. / George H. W. Bush (National Republican) and Richard L. Trumka / Eugene J. McCarthy (Reform)
1996 (with James B. Stockdale) def. Winona LaDuke / Ralph Nadar (Reform) and Harry E. Browne / Patrick "Pat" Choate (National Republican)

2001-2001: Bernard Sanders (Reform)
2000 (with Ralph Nadar) def. George W. Bush / Joseph I. "Joe" Lieberman (National Republican) and Richard B. "Dick" Cheney / William W. "Billy" Bradley (Democratic)
2001-2005: Ralph Nadar (Reform)
Sworn in 2001
2005-2006: Howard B. Dean® (National Republican/Reform)
2004 (with Carol E. M. Braun) def. Richard A. Gephardt / William W. "Billy" Bradley (Democratic)
2006-2009: Carol E. M. Braun (Reform)
Sworn in 2006
2009-2013: John S. McCain (National Republican endorsed by Reform)
2008 (with Ronald E. Paul) def. Sarah L. Palin / vacant (Democratic)
2013-2017: Barack H. "Barry" Obama (National Republican)
2012 (with Joseph R. "Joe" Biden) def. James R. "Rick" Perry / Newton L. Gingrich (Democratic) and Elizabeth A. Warren / Jill E. Stein (Reform)
2017-20??: Sarah L. Palin (Democratic)
2016 (with Rafael E. "Ted" Cruz) def. Ajamu S. Baraka / vacant (Reform) and Barack H. "Barry" Obama / Joseph R. "Joe" Biden (National Republican)

Died of natural causes
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Timeline 191 Except it resembles more our timeline than Timeline 191:

Decided to take an stepfurther and make a list of fictional presidents as well (Divergence starts 1960 onwards)
I want to give credit for this to @CapitalistHippie ´s Decades of Dixie and Worlds We Weave, @LordVetinari ´s You the People and @ajm8888 ´s There Are Other Systems, else I would be banging my head into the wall while looking for candidates

Presidents of the Union:
1897-1901: Governor William McKinley (Ohio)/Governor Theodore Roosevelt (New York)
1901-1905: Theodore Roosevelt/None

1905-1909 Theodore Roosevelt/Senator Charles W. Fairbanks (Indiana)
1909-1913: Secretary of War William Howard Taft (Ohio)/Representative James S. Sherman (New York)
1913-1919: Theodore Roosevelt/Senator Hiram Johnson (California)

1919-1921: Hiram Johnson/None
1921-1923: Warren G. Harding/Calvin Coolidge

1923-1925: Calvin Coolidge/None
1925-1929: Calvin Coolidge/Charles W. Dawes
1929-1933: Herbert Hoover/Charles Curtis
1933-1945: Franklin Delano Roosevelt/Henry A. Wallace
1945-1953: Thomas E. Dewey/John W. Bricker
1953-1961: Aldai Louis Stevenson/Mike Moroney
1961-1964: James T. Kassidy/Harley Hudson
Def 1960:
Richard Monckton/Henry Talbot McNeil Jr.
Def 1964:

J Pierrepoint Finch/Raymond Shaw
1964-1965: William Abbott/None
1965-1969: Edward Giller Miller/John Merwin

1969-1973: Richard Monckton/Willard Wyndham
Def 1968:
Edward Giller Miller/John Merwin
1973-1974: Richard Monckton/David T. Stevens
Def 1972:

Jordan Lyman/Bill McKay
1974-1977: David T. Stevens/Thomas J. Froville
1977-1981: Charles Palatine/Ted Kassidy
Def 1976:
David T. Stevens/Jeffrey Knight
1981-1989: Andy McCaine/Julia Mansfield
Def 1980:
Charles Palatine/Ted Kassidy
John B Anderson/Patrick Lucey
Def 1984:
Florentina Kane/Joe Tynan
1989-1991: J Robert Fowler/Roger Durling
Def 1988:
Samuel A. Tresch/Julia Mansfield
1991: Roger Durling/James Marshall
1991-1993: James Marshall/James Dale

1993-2001: Andrew Shepherd/Thomas J. Whitmore
Def 1992:
Bob Roberts/Owen Lassiter
Def 1996:

James Dale/Bob Rumson
2001-2009: David Bowers/Raymond Becker
Def 2000:
Kenneth Yamaoka/Josiah Bartlet
Def 2004:
David Palmer/Bob Russel
2009-2014: William J. Sawyer/Alvin Hammond

Def 2008:
Arnold Vinick/Mackenzie Allen
Def 2012:

Matthew Ellis/Garrett Rodriguez
2014-2017: William J. Sawyer/Selina Meyer

2017-Present: Ronald Grump/James Devlin
Def 2016:

Susan Barrish/Donald Greenleaf

Presidents of the Confederacy:

1898-1904: William Jennings Bryan/Richard P. Bland
1904-1910: John Sharpe Williams/Francis Crockrell
1910-1916: Woodrow Wilson/William McAdoo
1916-1922: William McAdoo/Carter Glass

1922-1928: Carter Glass/Oscar Underwood
1928-1934: Cordel Hull/Joseph T. Robinson
1934-1935: John Nance Garner/Huey Long
1935-1940: John Nance Garner/James F. Byrnes
1940-1946: James F. Byrnes/Harry S. Truman
1946-1952: Harry S. Truman/Alben W. Barkley

1952-1958: Dwight David Eisenhower/George W. Romney
1958-1963: Estes Kefauver/John Sparkman
1963-1964: John Sparkman/None
1964-1965: Leslie McCloud/William Scott Henderson
Def 1963:
Barry Goldwater/Mills Godwin
1965-1970: William Scott Henderson/Seabright Cooley
1970-1976: Douglass Dillman/Bill Matthews

Def 1969:
Jeremiah Clutcher/J.D. Hogg
1976-1982: Bill Matthews/Andy Taylor
Def 1975:
John Connally/Howard Baker
1982-1988: Sam Baker/Cliff Barnes
Def 1983:
Andy Taylor/Clinton Tyree
1988-1994: Cliff Barnes/Terry Fallon
Def 1987:
Clinton Tyree/Luther Charles
1994-2000: Jack Stanton/Al Noah
Def 1993:
J.R. Ewing/Terry Fallon
2000-2002: Tom Beck/John Hoynes
Def 1999:
Glenn Allen Walken/Robert Ritchie
2000-2006: Tom Beck/Al Noah

2006-2012: Glenn Allen Walken/Sally Langston
Def 2005:
Matt Santos/Catherine Durant
2012-2017: Frank Underwood/Claire Underwood
Def 2011:

Sally Langston/Mellie Grant
2012-2018: Claire Underwood/None

2018-Present: Robert Diaz/Allison Taylor
Def 2017:
Claire Underwood/Elizabeth Lanford
 
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Which Side Are You On?
This is a rough concept list for a timeline idea I have where the Pacific Northwest of the United States become a socialist (and/or communist) nation as a result of the Seattle General Strike of 1919. The United States reacts to this with such hostility that it becomes a bit of a pariah and authoritarian state.
Presidents of the United States
1920-1928: Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer (D-PA)/Rep. Furnifold McLendel Simmons (D-NC)

1920 def. Major General Leonard Wood (R-NH)/Sen. Hiram Johnson (R-CA)
1924 def. Sen. Robert M. La Follette (R-WI)/Gov. Frank Orren Lowden (R-IL)

1928-1930: V.P. Furnifold McLendel Simmons (D-NC)/Sen. Josiah O. Wolcott (D-DE)
1928 def. Fmr. Gov. Frank Orren Lowden (R-IL)/Gov. Herbert Hoover (R-CA)
1930-1932: V.P. Josiah O. Wolcott (D-DE)/vacant
1932-1940: Pres. Josiah O. Wolcott (D/National Union-DE)/Sec. of Intelligence J. Edgar Hoover (R/NU-DC)

1932 def. John Nance Garner (D-TX)/Al Smith (D-NY), Sen. John J. Blaine (R-WI)/Fmr. Sen. Joseph I. France (R-MD)
1936 def. Non-National Union Parties suppressed.

1940-1948: V.P. J. Edgar Hoover (NU-DC)/Sen. Joseph McCarthy (NU-WI)
1940 def. Minor Opposition.
1944 def. Minor Opposition.

1948-1956: V.P. Joseph McCarthy (NU-WI)/Gov. Walter E. Disney (NU-CA)
1948 def. Minor Opposition.
1952 def. Minor Opposition.

1956-1964: V.P. Walter E. Disney (NU-CA)/Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper (NU-IA)
1956 def. Minor Opposition.
1960 def. Minor Opposition.

1964-1972: Sen. Ronald Reagan (NU-CA)/Sen. Spiro Agnew (NU-MD)
1964 def. Minor Opposition.
1968 def. Minor Opposition.

1972-1980: Gov. Richard Nixon (NU-CA)/Sec. of Defense Henry M. Jackson (NU-MT)
1972 def. Minor Opposition.
1976 def. Minor Opposition.

1980-1988: Sec. of Defense Oliver North (NU-TX)/Sen. Dennis Prager (NU-NY)
1980 def. Minor Opposition.
1984 def. Minor Opposition.

1988-1992: Rep. Clint Eastwood (NU-CA)/Gov. Hal Lindsey (NU-TX)
1988 def. Minor Opposition. Opposition suppression decreased.
1992-2000: Sec. of State Patrick J. Buchanan (NU-DC)/Sen. Bob Dornan (NU-CA)
1992 def. Minor Opposition.
1996 def. Minor Opposition. Opposition suppression decreased.

2000-2016: Gov. Mike Huckabee (NU-AR)/Sen. Rush Limbaugh (NU-FL)
2000 def. Minor Opposition. Opposition suppression decreased.
2004 def. Minor Opposition.
2008 def. Sen. William Clinton (Anti-Huckabee Movement-AR)/Gov. Willard Romney (AHM-MI)
2012 def. Sec. of the Interior Gary Johnson (AHM-ND)/Sen. John Kasich(AHM-PA)

2016-Present: Rep. John E. Bush (AHM/Free Republican Party-TX)/Gov. Lawrence Lessig (AHM/FRP-SD)
2016 def. Pres. Mike Huckabee (NU-AR)/V. P. Rush Limbaugh (NU-FL)
2020 elect. Sen. Eric Hovind (NU-FL)/Gov. Ben Garrison (NU-MT)


The Current Leaders of the United Worker's States of the Cascades (UWSC or Cascadia for short) is President Glenn Beck (Skagit-Socialist Action) with the Voice of the People's Council being Sarah Heath (Bitteroot-Communist Party) and Gov. Anthony L. Ray (King-People's Party)
Headcanoning that NU party had gone for so long that no one believed the news when Jeb Bush had defeated them on an election, he even had to state "Please clap"
 
Monarchs of the Confederated States of America, 1832-present
When the southern US states, led by South Carolina, seceded from the rest of the U.S. union in 1832, the politicians in question realized they would need a centralized government to better organize the war effort. The idea to replace an anti-slavery King with a pro-slavery King gathered momentum, and fortunately, the collection of states had within its population a member of unquestionable regality.​

8/12/1832-4/10/1878 (45 years, 8 months): 1) Lucien I (5/16/1803-4/10/1878)
Lucien Charles Joseph Napoleon immigrated to the United States in 1815 with his mother and siblings. His father, Joachim Murat (1767-1815), was the King of Naples from 1808 until his execution in 1815 following the fall of the Emperor Napoleon, who was Joachim’s brother-in-law. While Lucien’s older brother became apolitical, Lucien maintained interest in geopolitics and came to sympathize with the politicians of his adoptive home state of Louisiana. Lucien came to oppose the American King on multiple issues, and accepted the South Carolina Governor’s proposal to serve as a unifying figurehead for the CSA. Lucien’s mother, Caroline Bonaparte (1782-1839), who was the Emperor Napoleon’s younger sister, opposed the war and Lucien’s possible “promotion” to king, due to the circumstances that led to her becoming a widow and not wanting to outlive her son in the event that the war was lost. She was thus relieved when the USA threw in the towel in the face of heavy losses and lost territory in 1834. Wanderlust encouraged the expansionist views of the new King Lucien of the CSA. The newly-acquired territory of California’s 1855 Gold Rush, which led to the famous “55er” gold-diggers, increased support for the territorial growth of the new nation. Lucien also worked on developing trade and diplomatic relations with countries overseas; for instance, due to Lucien’s marriage into a Scottish family, the South found an ally in Scotland, which at the time was still a part of Great Britain. Construction on the Presidential Palace in Savannah, Georgia was finished in 1859. King Lucien’s dedication to improving the quality of life and health of his fellow Confederates increased after the death of the heir apparent, his oldest son Joachim Joseph Napoleon Murat (1834-1862), in a disease outbreak that rattled Baton Rouge that summer. The death of his second oldest son, Charles Louis Napoleon Achille Murat (1847-1875), though, sent the now-aging King into a deep depression, bettered only by the comfort given to him by his last surviving son, who succeeded him to the throne three years later.

4/10/1878-9/22/1912 (34 years, 5 months): 2) Lucien II (12/22/1851-9/22/1912)
Outgoing, adventurous and bold, Louis Napoleon Murat had two older sisters who were passed over for the throne due to the Confederacy’s monarchical succession rules in place at the time. Like his father, Lucien II was a very popular monarch, especially as the CSA experienced a long period of prosperity and expansion during this time. Apart from the 1895 Bank Scare, the economy remained strong as parts of the Caribbean and Central America were absorbed into the Kingdom, either by diplomatic pressure or military might. Lucien’s marriage to a Ukrainian noblewoman improved the CSA’s relations with the Russian Empire, which explains that country’s backing of the Confederate Canal dug across the CSA territory of Panama from 1892 to 1907. Domestically, the rise in nonwhite citizens began to worry the nation’s upper classes; many other whites feared economic disaster as the quality of life among slaves was increasingly being scrutinized by foreign markets who joined the US in boycotting their products. To avoid an expected recession in 1908, the Confederate governors voted in favor of abolishing slavery, effective 1909; the economy improved as nations oversees immediately dropped their market embargoes. King Lucien II died unexpectedly in 1912 at the age of 60; rumors of foul play persisted for years, worsening CSA-USA relations still frigid from the war experienced 80 years prior.

9/22/1912-1/15/1935 (22 years, 4 months): 3) Michel (2/7/1887-6/8/1941)
The throne’s 25-year-old heir, Lucien II’s son, Prince Michel Anna Karel Joachim Napoleon Prins Murat, broke from tradition when he became the first Confederate Monarch to formally meet with a leading USA political figure, doing so at the nations’ shared border in 1914. The subsequent thawing of relations between the two lands proved to be mutually beneficial, trade-wise, and is seen as one of the few positive aspects of his reign (alongside him managing to change the nation’s monarchical succession rules). As it turned out, the King had a huge drinking problem and an even greater gambling problem, and creating years of scandals highlighting his irresponsible personality. By 1932, after 100 years of independence, the nation seemed to be in crisis no thanks to “Southern Rudy.” Additionally, Black Confederates and Latinex Confederates were demanding fairer treatment as their numbers grew. Amid much internal pressure, Michel was forced into abdicating due to gross unpopularity among both the people and the CSA’s governors. Michel was succeeded by his 21-year-old daughter, and he died from the effects of a lifetime of poor lifestyle choices at the age of 54.

1/15/1935-4/15/1985 (50 years, 3 months): 4) Laura (11/13/1913-5/10/1986)
Laura was an inspiration to the women of all three North American countries – Canada, the USA, and the CSA. Born Princess Laure Louise Napoléone Eugénie Caroline Auberjonois (nee Murat), her reign featured technological innovation, labor reform, international diplomacy and humanitarianism, and most notably, a change in the nation’s treatment of woman and non-whites that culminated in the end of the nation’s Apartheid system in late 1941. After decades of strengthening relations between the Two Americas, the collaborative US-CS moon landing of 1979 was a celebrated success. Six years later, after 50 years on the throne, the tired-looking 72-year-old ruler announced she would abdicate in favor of her son. She passed away from cancer soon after vacating the throne, much to the shock and sadness of an unsuspecting public.

4/15/1985-present (2019) (34+ years): 5) Rene (born 6/1/1940)
King Rene, the first monarch from the House of Auberjonois, is the son of Fernand Auberjonois (1910-2004, the son of Rene Auberjonois (1872-57)), and is a distant relative of Emperor Napoleon (Rene’s mother was the great-great-granddaughter of the Emperor’s youngest sister). Prior to becoming King, Rene Murat Auberjonois demonstrated a flair for the arts via painting, playing music, and playing bit parts in numerous films and televista productions. As King, he promotes the nation’s growing entertainment industry and is a vocal advocate of harmony among the Confederacy’s many cultures (though the exception to this seems to be the crab-loving Confederate state of Jamaica, whom Rene dislikes for reasons he claims he cannot fathom). Regardless, the camaraderie between Rene and his counterparts in Europe and other parts of the world has really improved the CSA’s reputation abroad; ergo, the King currently remains a popular figure both at home and abroad.
I just found out that the voice of Chef Louie on Disney's The Little Mermaid, who was a descendent of Napoleon Bonaparte (you can't make this stuff up!) passed away recently, so here's a quick update of this list:

4/15/1985-12/8/2019 (34 years): 5) Rene I (6/1/1940-12/8/2019)
King Rene, the first monarch from the House of Auberjonois, was the son of Fernand Auberjonois (1910-2004, the son of Rene Auberjonois (1872-57)), and is a distant relative of Emperor Napoleon (Rene’s mother was the great-great-granddaughter of the Emperor’s youngest sister). Prior to becoming King, Rene Murat Auberjonois demonstrated a flair for the arts via painting, playing music, and playing bit parts in numerous films and televista productions. As King, he promoted the nation’s growing entertainment industry and was a vocal advocate of harmony among the Confederacy’s many cultures (though the exception to this seems to be the crab-loving Confederate state of Jamaica, whom Rene disliked for reasons he swore he could not fathom). Regardless, the camaraderie between Rene and his counterparts in Europe and other parts of the world greatly improved the CSA’s reputation abroad; ergo, the King was a popular figure both at home and abroad.

12/8/2019-present (2020) (>1 year): 6) Rene II (b. 1/21/1974)
The King is dead; long live the King. The nation's newest monarch has only just begun his reign, but already the people have warmed up to him. Many are familiar with his face due to his appearances in several films and televista productions, while others recognize his Ernest support of several humanitarian organizations. His informal-but-tough demeanor are currently seen as appropriate for his new role, for which he has chosen his father's name. His ability to live up to his father's legacy and reputation, however, remains to be seen.



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Russia Keeps Alaska, This is what happens to the US

Presidents of the United States (1789-Present)

1-36. Unchanged
37. Eugene McCarthy/George McGovern (Democratic) 1969-1977
38. Birch Bayh/Reubin Askew (Democratic) 1977-1981

39. Ronald Reagan/George H.W. Bush (Republican) 1981-1989
40. George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle (Republican) 1989-1997

41. Ann Richards/Al Gore (Democratic) 1997-2001
42. Al Gore/Paul Wellstone (Democratic) 2001-2005

43. John McCain/Hillary Rodham (Republican) 2005-2013
44. Hillary Rodham/Mitt Romney (Republican) 2013-Present


I'll do a write up if i get the chance
 
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Russia Keeps Alaska, This is what happens to the US

Presidents of the United States (1789-Present)

1-36. Unchanged
37. Eugene McCarthy/George McGovern (Democratic) 1969-1977
38. Birch Bayh/Reubin Askew (Democratic) 1977-1981

39. Ronald Reagan/George H.W. Bush (Republican) 1981-1989
40. George H.W. Bush/Dan Quayle (Republican) 1989-1997

41. Ann Richards/Al Gore (Democratic) 1997-2001
42. Al Gore/Paul Wellstone (Democratic) 2001-2005

43. John McCain/Hillary Rodham (Republican) 2005-2013
44. Hillary Rodham/Mitt Romney (Republican) 2013-Present


I'll do a write up if i get the chance
How and why does everything stay the same?
 
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