List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

Reagan in '76
Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/Senator Richard Schweiker (R-PA) 1977-1981
1976 def. Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA)/Senator Walter Mondale (D-MN)
Former Ambassador Sargent Shriver (D-MD)/Senator Lloyd Bentsen (D-TX) 1981-1989
1980 def. Senator Bob Dole (R-KS)/Senator Paul Laxalt (R-NV)
1984 def. Senator Howard Baker (R-TN)/Governor Pete Du Pont (R-DL)
Why did the Republicans nominate Bob Dole in 1980 instead of re-nominating incumbent President Reagan?
 
1961-1965: Richard Milhous Nixon (R-CA)/Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (R-MA)
Def. 1960 John Fitzgerald Kennedy (D-MA)/Lyndon Baines Johnson (D-TX), Harry F. Byrd, Sr. (Faithless Democrat-VA)/Strom Thurmond (Faithless Democrat-SC)
1965-1973: Hubert Horatio Humphrey (D-MN)/Edmund "Pat" Brown, Sr. (D-CA)
Def. 1964 Richard Milhous Nixon (R-CA)/Thruston Morton (R-KY), George C. Wallace, Jr. (Dixiecrat-AL)/Robert Byrd, Jr. (Dixiecrat-WV)
Def. 1968 Barry Morris Goldwater (R-AZ)/William "Bill" Scranton (R-PA), Nelson Rockefeller (Faithless Republican-NY)/ Various

1973-1977: George Wilcken Romney (R-MI)/Paul Laxalt (R-NV)
Def. 1972 Edmund "Pat" Brown, Sr. (D-CA)/Fred R. Harris (R-OK)
1977-1981: Morris "Mo" Udall (D-AZ)/Walter Frederick "Fritz" Mondale (D-MN)
Def. 1976 George Wilcken Romney (R-MI)/Paul Laxalt (R-NV), Jesse Helms, Jr. (Conservative-NC)/Marion Gordon "Pat" Robertson (Conservative-VA)
Def. 1980 John G. Tower (R-TX)/Donald Henry Rumsfeld (R-IL)

1981-1982: Walter Frederick Mondale (D-MN)/ Vacant
1982-1989: Walter Frederick "Fritz" Mondale (D-MN)/Gary Warren Hart (D-CO)
Def. 1984 Robert "Bob" Dole (R-KS)/Alexander Haig, Jr. (R-PA)
1989-1997: Jack French Kemp (R-NY)/Courken George Deukmejian, Jr. (R-CA)
Def. 1988 Gary Warren Hart (D-CO)/Albert "Al" Gore, Jr. (D-TN)
Def. 1992 Dorothy Ann Richards (D-TX)/Joseph Richard "Bob" Kerrey (D-NE)

1997-2005: Courken George Deukmejian, Jr. (R-CA)/John C. Danforth (R-MO)
Def. 1996 Edumund "Jerry" Brown, Jr. (D-CA)/Jesse Louis Jackson, Sr. (D-DC), Patrick J. Buchanan (Conservative-VA)/John D. Ashcroft (Conservative-MO)
Def. 2000 William "Bill" Bradley (D-NJ) (replacing Paul Wellstone D-MN)/Daniel Robert "Bob" Graham (D-FL)

2005-2013: John Forbes Kerry (D-MA)/Gary F. Locke (D-WA)
Def. 2004 Freddie D. Thompson (R-TN)/Malcolm Stevenson "Steve" Forbes, Jr. (R-NY)
Def. 2008 Willard "Mitt" Romney (R-UT)/Julius Caesar Watts, Jr. (R-OK)

2013-2017: James Richard "Rick" Perry (R-TX)/Michele Bachmann (R-MN)
Def. 2012 Gary F. Locke (D-WA)/Johnny "John" Edwards (D-NC)
2017-20??: Russell "Russ" Feingold (D-WI)/Kirsten Elizabeth Gillibrand (D-NY)
Def. 2016 James Richard "Rick" Perry (R-TX)/Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Michael Rubens Bloomberg (Independent-NY)/Charles "Charlie" Crist, Jr. (Independent-FL)
 
Slowly going Insane
Former Governor Terry Sanford (D-NC)/Senator George McGovern (D-SD) 1969-1977
1968 def. Former Vice President Richard Nixon (R-CA)/Governor Spiro Agnew (R-MD)
1972 def. Governor Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/Governor Daniel Evans (R-WA)
Senator Thruston Morton (R-KY)/Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR) 1977-1985

1976 def. Vice President George McGovern (D-SD)/Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA)
1980 def.
Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA)/Senator Scoop Jackson (D-WA)
Representative Pat Schroeder (D-CO)/Governor Micheal Dukakis (D-MA) 1985-1993

1984 def. Secretary of War John Connally (R-TX)/Representative Phil Crane (R-IL)
1988 def. Representative John Anderson (R-IL)/Senator John Heinz (R-PA)

Governor Bob Casey (D-PA)/Former Mayor Larry Agran (D-CA) 1993-1997

1992 def. Former Governor Bill Clements (R-TX)/Minority Whip Trent Lott (R-MS)
Representative Dick Mountjoy (R-CA)/Governor George Voinovich (R-OH) 1997-2005

1996 def. President Bob Casey (D-PA)/Vice President Larry Agran (D-CA)
2000 def. Senator Paul Wellstone (D-MN)/Governor Jim Hunt (D-NC)
Mayor Thomas Murphy (D-PA)/Representative Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) 2005-2009

2004 def. Vice President George Voinovich (R-OH)/Senator John McCain (R-AZ)
Former Representative Jim DeMint (R-SC)/Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY) 2009-2017

2008 def. President Thomas Murphy (D-PA)/Vice President Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)
2012 def.
Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Former Governor Howard Dean (D-VT)

Representative Tick Segerblom (D-NV)/Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) 2017-
2016 def. Senator Jon Tester (R-MT)/Governor Scott Walker (R-WI)
2020 Election Polls:
President Tick Segerblom (D-NV)/Vice President Mazie Hirono (D-HI) 44.8%
Governor Adam Laxalt (R-NV)/Governor Asa Hutchinson (R-AR) 44.6%
Representative James Settelmeyer (I-NV)/Businessman Donald Trump (I-NY) 8.3%
 
Weird World
Senator Warren G. Harding (R-OH)/Senator Arthur Capper (R-KS) 1921-1923

1920 def. Former Secretary of Treasury William G. McAdoo (D-CA)/Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer (D-PA)
Vice President Arthur Capper (R-KS)/Vacant 1923-1925
President Arthur Capper (R-KS)/Secretary of Commerce Hubert Hoover (R-CA) 1925-1928

1924 def. Governor James Cox (D-OH)/Senator Oscar Underwood (D-AL)
President Arthur Capper (R-KS)/Vacant 1928-1929
President Arthur Capper (R-KS)/Governor Calvin Coolidge (R-MA) 1929-1933
1928 def.
Senator Thomas Walsh (D-MT)/Senator James Reed (D-MO)
Governor Al Smith (D-NY)/Senator Cordell Hull (D-TN)
1933-1941
1932 def. Former Vice President Hubert Hoover (R-CA)/Senator Joseph France (R-MD)
1936 def. Senator William Borah (R-ID)/Senator Lester Dickinson (R-IO)

Governor Upton Sinclair (D-CA)/Senator Huey Long (D-LA) 1941-1949
1940 def. Senator Arthur Vandenburg (R-MI)/Governor William H. Vanderbilt (R-RI) Vice President Cordell Hull (ID-TN)/Senator Harry Bryd (ID-VA)
1944 def. General Douglas MacArthur (R-AR)/Governor Harold Stassen (R-MN)

Governor Thomas Dewey (R-NY)/Senator Styles Bridges (R-NH) 1949-1953
1948 def. President Upton Sinclair (D-CA)/Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace (D-IO) Vice President Huey Long (U-LA)/Avaitor Charles Lindbergh (U-MI)
President Thomas Dewey (R-NY)/Governor Earl Warren (R-CA) 1953-1957
1952 def. Former Vice President Huey Long (U-LA)/Former Secretary of Defense George Marshall (U-PA) Senator Glen Taylor (D-ID)/Senator Adlai Stevenson (D-IL) Senator Harry Truman (I-MO)/Senator Strom Thurmond (I-SC) Vice President Styles Bridges (C-NH)/Senator Robert Taft (C-OH)
Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (U-TX)/Senator Claude Pepper (U-FL) 1957-1965
1956 def. Former Secretary of Defense Douglas MacArthur (C-AR)/Senator Barry Goldwater (C-AZ) Senator Estes Kefauver (D-TN)/Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. (D-NY) Secretary of Interior Harold Stassen (R-MN)/Senator John Bricker (R-OH)
1960 def.
Senator Richard Nixon (R-CA)/Governor Cecil Underwood (R-WV) Senator Hubert Humphrey (D-MN)/Senator Stuart Symington (D-MO) Senator Joseph McCarthy (C-MN)/Senator Happy Chandler (C-KY)
Governor George Wallace (U-AL)/Representative Wilbur Mills (U-AR) 1965-1973
1964 def. Senator Wayne Morse (D-OR)/Senator John Kennedy (D-MA) Governor Mark Hatfield (R-OR)/Representative John Brynes (C-WI)
1968 def.
Senator George W. Bush (UR-TX)/Governor Ronald Reagan (UR-CA) Senator Edmund Muskie (D-ME)/Governor Roger D. Branigin (D-IN)
Senator Barry Goldwater (UR-AZ)/Senator Everett Dirksen (UR-IL) 1973-1981
1972 def.
President George Wallace (U-AL)/Senator Herman Talmadge (U-GA) Senator George McGovern (PD-SD)/Senator Eugene McCarthy (D-MN)
1976 def. Governor Jimmy Brown (PD-CA)/Speaker Mo Udall (PD-AZ) Senator Terry Sanford (U-NC)/Governor Jimmy Carter (U-GA) Senator Strom Thurmond (SR-SC)/Senator Robert Bryd (SR-WV)
Speaker Mo Udall (PD-AZ)/Senator Ted Kennedy (PD-RI) 1981-1989
1980 def. Secretary of State Ronald Reagan (UR-CA)/Representative Phil Crane (UR-IL) Senator Lloyd Bentsen (CU-TX)/Governor Jay Rockefeller (CU-WV)
1984 def. Governor Bill Brock (UR-TN)/Senator Paul Laxalt (UR-NV)
Vice President Ted Kennedy (PD-RI)/Senator Al Gore (CU-TN) 1989-1994

1988 def. Majority Leader George Bush (UR-TX)/Representative Bob Dornan (UR-CA)
1992 def. Senator Barry Goldwater Jr. (UR-CA)/TV Personality Pat Buchanan (UR-VA)

President Ted Kennedy (PC-RI)/Vice President Al Gore (PC-TN) 1994-2001
1996 def. Tommy Thompson (UR-WI)/Former Secretary of Education Bill Bennet (UR-NY)
Senator Dan Quayle (UR-IN)/Governor Jeb Bush (UR-TX) 2001-2004

2000 def. Vice President Al Gore (PC-TN)/HUD Secretary Bill Bradley (PC-NJ)
2004 def. Senator John Edwards (PC-NC)/Senator John Kerry (D-MA)

President Dan Quayle (UR-IN)/Minority Whip Ron Paul (UR-TX) 2004-2013
2008 def. Senator Jeff Bingaman (PC-NM)/Senator Sherrod Brown (PC-OH)
Senator Evan Bayh (PC-IN)/Senator Herb Kohl (PC-WI) 2013-

2012 def. Former Vice President Jeb Bush (UR-TX)/Senator Mike Huckabee (UR-AR)
2016 def. Senator Ted Cruz (UR-TX)/Senator Cory Gardner (UR-CO)

New Political Party Ideologies:

Unionist- Longist-Socialist Economic Policies and Far-Right Social Policies (Moderate Social Policies in 1976) (Auth Left)
Conservative- Fiscally Conservative Economic Policies and Right to Libertarian Social Policies (Auth Right-Lib Right)
State's Rights- Longist-Fiscally Conservative Economic Policies and Far Right Social Policies (Auth Right)
United Republican- Fiscally Conservative-Moderate Economic Policies and Right to Moderate Social Polices (Aith Right-Lib Right)
Progressive Democrats- Socialist-Moderate Economic Policies and Far Left to Libertarian Social Polices (Auth Left-Lib Left)
Commonwealth Union- Longist-Socialist Economic Policies and Moderate to Left Social Policies (Auth Left)
Progressive Commonwealth- Longist-Moderate Economic Policies and Left to Libertarian Social Policies (Auth Left-Lib Left)
 
2000 Onwards But Only With People Who Didn't Run That Year: (people who run later on or in prior elections still count, dammit)
2001-2009: Senator John Ashcroft of Missouri/Governor Tommy Thompson of Missouri (Republican)
2000: def. Governor Gray Davis of California/Senator Bob Graham of Florida (Democratic)
2004: def. Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana/Governor Mark Warner of Virginia (Democratic)

2009-2017: Senator Russ Feingold of Wisconsin/Governor Janet Napolitano of Arizona (Democratic)
2008: def. VP Tommy Thompson of Wisconsin/Fmr. Governor Matt Blunt of Missouri (Republican)
2012: def. Fmr. Governor Bob Riley of Alabama/Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio (Republican)

2017-2025: Senator Martin Heinrich of New Mexico/House Minority Whip Kirsten Gillibrand of New York (Democratic)
2016: def. Businessman John Schnatter of Indiana/Fmr. Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona (Republican), Former Senator Gordon Smith of Oregon/Senator Susan Collins of Maine (Citizens')
2020: Governor Scott Brown of Massachusetts/Fmr. Governor Bill Haslam of Tennessee (Republican)

2025-: Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky/Governor Adam Laxalt of Nevada (Republican)
2024: Governor Gwen Graham of Florida/Governor Veronica Escobar of Texas (Democratic) (won popular vote), Representative Matt Gaetz of Florida/Former Senator Ted Cruz of Texas (Conservative Unity)

2028: Former VP Kirsten Gillibrand/Representative Ron Kind of Wisconsin (Democratic)
 
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Tangled Up

1990-1990: John Major (Conservative majority)
1990-1995: Neil Kinnock (Labour)
1990 (Majority) def. John Major (Conservative), Sara Parkin (Green), Alan Beith (Social & Liberal Democrat), Jim Molyneaux (Ulster Unionist)
1995-1997: John Redwood (Conservative)
1995 (Minority, with UUP and SDP c&s) def. Neil Kinnock (Labour), Derek Wall (Green), Jim Molyneaux (Ulster Unionist), David Owen (Social Democrat)
1997-2007: John Prescott (Labour)
1997 (Coalition with Greens) def. John Redwood (Conservative), Derek Wall (Green), Michael Heseltine & David Owen (National Liberal / Social Democrat Alliance), Jim Molyneaux (Ulster Unionist)
2002 (Coalition with Greens) def. Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative), Michael Heseltine (National Liberal), collective (Green), David Owen (Social Democrat), David Trimble (Ulster Unionist), John Hume (Social Democratic & Labour)
2006 (Minority, with SDLP c&s) def. Michael Portillo (Conservative), Oliver Letwin (National Liberal), Ian Paisley (Democratic Unionist), collective (Green), Robert Kilroy-Silk (Social Democrat), Mark Durkan (Social Democratic & Labour), Sylvia Hermon (Ulster Unionist)

2007-2009: Jon Cruddas (Labour minority, with Social Democratic & Labour confidence and supply)
2009-2014: Philip Blond (Conservative)
2009 (Coalition with SDP, with NLP confidence and supply) def. Jon Cruddas (Labour), Robert Kilroy-Silk & Peter Robinson (Social Democrat / Democratic Unionist Alliance), Nick Boles (National Liberal), Grant Marshall (Green), Gerry Adams (Sinn Fein), Sylvia Hermon (Ulster Unionist)
2014 cancelled due to MERS pandemic

2014-0000: Maurice Glasman & Giles Fraser (Labour / Conservative Emergency Co-Premiership in National Government with National Liberals and Greens)
 
At History's End

1981-1989: Ronald Reagan / George Bush (Republican)
def. 1980: Jimmy Carter / Walter Mondale (Democratic); John B. Anderson / Patrick Lucey (Independent)
def. 1984: Walter Mondale / Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic)

1989-1997: George Bush / Dan Quayle (Republican)
def. 1988: Michael Dukakis / Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic)
def. 1992: Jerry Brown / Harris Wofford (Democratic)

1997-2003: Chuck Robb / Ann Richards (Democratic)
def. 1996: Dan Quayle / Marc Racicot (Republican); Ralph Nader / Lane Evans (People's)
def. 2000: Al D'Amato / Tommy Thompson (Republican)

2003-2005: Chuck Robb / vacant (Democratic)
2005-2009: John McCain / Gary Franks (Republican)

def. 2004: Bill Bradley / Tom Vilsack (Democratic)
2009-2017: Norm Coleman / Bob Graham (Democratic)
def. 2008: Gary Franks / Sam Brownback (Republican); Paul Wellstone / Roberto Mondragon (Green)
def. 2012: Matt Blunt / Tommy Franks (Republican)

2017-0000: Nikki Haley / Bob Schaffer (Republican)
def. 2016: Kirsten Gillibrand / Dow Constantine (Democratic)
 
Representative William J. Bryan (D-NE)/Governor Horace Boies (D-IO) 1897-1905
1896 def. Former Governor William McKinley (R-OH)/Senator Matthew Quay (R-PA)
1900 def.
Governor Levi P. Morton (R-NY)/Senator William Allison (R-IO)
Representative William R. Hearst (D-NY)/Majority Leader John S. Williams (D-MS) 1905-1909
1904 def. Speaker Joseph G. Cannon (R-IL)/Senator Thomas Carter (R-ME)
Senator Albert J. Beveridge (R-IN)/Senator William Warner (R-MO) 1909-1916
1908 def. President William R. Hearst (D-NY)/Vice President John S. Williams (D-MS)
1912 def. Governor John Burke (D-ND)/Senator George E. Chamberlain (D-OR)
President Albert J. Beveridge (R-IN)/Vacant
Former President William R. Hearst (D-NY)/Governor Eugene Foss (D-MA) 1917-1921

1916 def. Senator Charles Fairbanks (R-IN)/Representative Theodore E. Burton (R-OH)
Senator Robert LaFollette (P-WI)/Senator Hiram Johnson (P-CA) 1921-1925
1920 def.
Vice President Eugene Foss (D-MA)/Senator Robert L. Owen (D-OK) Governor Calvin Coolidge (R-MA)/Senator James W. Wadsworth Jr. (R-NY) Senator Charles W. Bryan (PA-NE)/Governor Woodrow Wilson (PA-NJ)
1924 def. Governor Al Smith (PA-NY)/Governor James Cox (PA-OH) Senator James Watson (R-IN)/Senator T. Coleman Du Pont (R-DL) Governor John W. Davis (D-WV)/Senator Oscar Underwood (D-AL)
Vice President Hiram Johnson (P-CA)/Vacant 1925-1925
President Hiram Johnson (P-CA)/Senator William Borah (P-ID) 1925-1933 (Endorse by Populist American Party)
1928 def. Former Governor Frank Lowden (R-IL)/Senator Guy D. Goff (R-WV) Senator Walter George (D-GA)Senator James Reed (D-MO)
Senate Minority Leader Charles Curtis (R-KS)/Former Secretary of Commerce Hubert Hoover (R-CA) 1933-1941
1932 def. President Hiram Johnson (P-CA)/Vice President William Borah (P-ID) Governor William H. Murray (D-OK)/Senator John N. Garner (D-TX)
1936 def. Governor Al Smith (PA-NY)/Senator Cordell Hull (PA-TN) Senator George W. Norris (P-NE)/Governor Floyd Olson (P-MN) Senator Alben Barkley (D-KY)/Senator Theodore G. Bilbo (D-MS)
Senator Burton K. Wheeler (PA-MT)/Senator Franklin D. Roosevelt (PA-NY) 1941-1945
1940 def. Vice President Hubert Hoover (R-CA)/Governor Alf Landon (R-KS) Speaker Parley Christensen (P-UT)/Governor George Aiken (P-VT)
1944 def. Governor Harold Stassen (R-MN)/Governor John Bricker (R-OH) Senator Fiorello LaGuardia (P-NY)/Senator Upton Sinclair (P-CA)

President Burton K. Wheeler (PA-MT)/Vacant 1945
President Burton K. Wheeler (PA-MT)/Senator Claude Pepper (PA-FL) 1945-1949
Senator Huey Long (PA-LA)/Governor Earl Warren (P-CA) 1949-1957

1948 def. General George S. Patton (R-CA)/Senator Robert Taft (R-OH)
1952 def. Senator Henry C. Lodge Jr. (R-MA)/Senator James Duff (R-PA)
Senator Everett Dirksen (R-IL)/Senator William Knowland (R-CA)
1957-1965
1956 def.
Vice President Earl Warren (PL-CA)/Senator George Smathers (PL-FL)
1960 def. Senator Hubert Humphrey (PL-MN)/Governor Terry Sanford (PL-NC)
Senator Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. (PL-MA)/Senator Ralph Yarborough (PL-TX)
1965-1973
1964 def.
Vice President William Knowland (R-CA)/Governor Nelson Rockefeller (R-NY)
1968 def. Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ)/Governor George Romney (R-MI)
Senator Edmund Muskie (PL-ME)/Senator Vance Hartke (PL-IN) 1973-1977
1972 def. Senator John Tower (R-TX)/Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)
Governor Jim Rhodes (R-OH)/Senator Paul Laxalt (R-NV) 1977-1985
1976 def. President Edmund Muskie (PL-ME)/Vice President Vance Hartke (PL-IN)
1980 def. Senator Walter Mondale (PL-MN)/Governor Hugh Carey (PL-NY)

Vice President Paul Laxalt (R-NV)/Secretary of Interior George W. Bush (R-TX) 1985-1990
1984 def. Senator Gary Hart (PL-CO)/Former Governor Reubin Askew (PL-FL)
1988 def. Representative Dick Gephardt (PL-MO)/Senator Paul Simon (PL-IL)
Vice President George W. Bush (R-TX)/Vacant 1990
President George W. Bush (R-TX)/Secretary of State Alexander Haig (R-PA) 1990-1993
Former Governor Micheal Dukakis (PL-MA)/Senator Tom Harkin (PL-IO) 1993-2001
1992 def.
President George W. Bush (R-TX)/Vice President Alexander Haig (R-PA)
1996 def. Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN)/Senator Alen Specter (R-PA)
Senator Paul Wellstone (PL-MN)/Majority Leader Al Gore (PL-TN) 2001-2009
2000 def. Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Representative John Kasich (R-OH)
2004 def. Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL)/Senator John Ashcroft (R-MO)

Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN) 2009-2017
2008 def. Vice President Al Gore (PL-TN)/Senator John Edwards (PL-NC)
2012 def. Senator Barack Obama (PL-IL)/Governor Jennifer Granholm (PL-MI)

Senator Ed Markey (D-MA)/Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) 2017-
2016 def. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)/Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA)
 
How much of the PV does Breckenridge win here?
I finally calculated it. It's still provisional, it may change as needed, but these are the (so-far) official numbers:

Lincoln: 149 EVs, 30.45% PV
Douglas: 36 EVs, 27.87% PV
Breckinridge: 94 EVs, 24.3% PV
Bell: 24 EVs, 17.38% PV

So Lincoln still has the largest number of electoral votes and, by far, the largest popular vote percentage but he's still 3 EVs away from majority. Breckinridge, despite coming in second place in terms of the electoral vote, comes in third for the popular vote - while Douglas flips: third in the electoral vote but second for the popular vote.
 
Californian Republic (Consisting of California, Utah, Nevada, Parts of Arizona, Baja California, Parts of Idaho, and Parts of Oregon
John C. Fremont (I)/José Castro (I) 1850-1856
John C. Fremont (CN)/Isaac Graham (CN) 1856-1862
Juan Alvarado (CF)/Mariano Vallejo (CF) 1862-1880
Mariano Vallejo (CF)/John Bidwell (CF) 1880-1886
George Stoneman Jr. (CN)/Charles Felton (CN) 1886-1898

Dennis Kearney (CF)/Henry Markham (CF) 1898-1907
Henry Markham (CF)/Carl Brown 1907-1910
Hiram Johnson (CN)/John Works (CN) 1910-1928
Hiram Johnson (CN)/Vacant 1928
Jack London (NC)/Bill Haywood (NC) 1928-1933
Jack London (NC)/Thomas Mooney (NC) 1933-1938
George S. Patton (Military Government) 1938-1957
Richard Nixon (Military Appointed President) 1957-1963
Californian Civil War Erupts 1963-1974

Richard Nixon (Government) 1963-1974
Dissolved into the CSA
 
Fear, Loathing in 50 Years
Richard Nixon 1969-1972*
Spiro Agnew 1972
George Bush 1972-1973

Mike Gravel 1973-1977
Ronald Reagan 1977-1981*
William Westmoreland 1981-1985

Jesse Jackson 1985-1989
Bob Dornan 1989-1993
Bill Clinton 1993-1994
Paul Tsongas 1994-1996
Bob Kerrey 1996-1997

George Wallace Jr. 1997-2001
Gary Hart 2001-2005
Pat Buchanan 2005-2011
Fred Thompson 2011-2013 (National Unity)
Jerry Falwell Jr. 2013-2014 (Christian Heritage)
END OF USA
George Wallace Jr. 2014- (American Front for Democracy)
 
I don't have a super deep lore in mind for this, but basically it's a Man in the High Castle-tier Axis victory. US is occupied and demilitarized but there's still a resistance that nearly overthrows the occupation in the 1960's, but with Murphy's death fragments into a right--nationalist resistance and a left-liberal one. They only recombine in the 1990's into a popular front and manage to win-only for the elections to cause some, uh, problems.
Heads of the American Liberation Army 1946-1964
Dwight D. Eisenhower 1946-1952
Curtis LeMay 1952-1955
Robert McNamara 1955-1959
Audie Murphy 1959-1964


Heads of the American Liberation Army (Right) 1964-1970/American National Resistance 1970-1990
Jesse Helms 1964-1972
Donald Rumsfeld 1972-1977
Barry Goldwater, Jr. 1977-1983
John McCain 1983-1987
Larry MacDonald 1987-1989
John McCain 1989-1990


Heads of the American Liberation Army (Left) 1964-1967/American People's Front 1967-1990
Mike Gravel 1964-1974
John Kerry 1974-1977
Huey Newton 1977-1980
Ron Paul 1980-1982
George McGovern 1982-1983
Lyndon LaRouche 1983
George McGovern 1983-1985
Ralph Nader 1985-1990


Heads of the American Popular Front 1990-2016
John McCain 1990-1995
John Lewis 1995-2003
Chuck Hagel 2003-2007
Dennis Kucinich 2007-2010
David Petraeus 2010-2012
Jim Webb 2012-2015
Martin Luther King III 2015-2016

Presidents/Vice Presidents of the Second American Republic (2016-)
Martin Luther King III/Buddy Roemer 2016-2017
Rocky Anderson/Mike Curb 2017
Mike Curb/vacant 2017

Greg Orman/Charlie Crist 2017-2018
David Duke/Jared Taylor 2018
Jim Webb/vacant 2018-2019
Rocky Anderson/Gary Johnson 2019-2020
William McRaven/vacant 2020
Gary Johnson/Lee Carter 2020-
 
1990-1992:John Major(Conservative)
Tory James Callaghan
1992-2000:Neil Kinnock(Labour)
The old man of Downing Street
2000-2006:Gordon Brown(Labour)
The millennial Labour man

2006-2011:Peter Lilley(Conservative)

He existed
2011-2018:
George Osborne(Conservative)
The 21st century Conservative
2018-Present:David Lammy(Labour)

Someone who tell you his opinion regardless of whether you care or not
 
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