List of Alternate Presidents and PMs II

26 Massachusetts Senator Henry Cabot Lodge Sr/Iowa Rapresentative Jonathan Dolliver 1901-1909 (Republican)
27 Secretary of State Theodore Roosevelt from New York/ Ambassador to UK William Howard Taft from Ohio 1909-1917
28 Secretary of State Elihu Root from New York/ Ohio Senator Warren Gamael Harding 1917-1923/ Vacant 1923-1925

29 Secretary of State Charles Evans Hughes from New York/ Mississippi Senator John Sharp Williams 1925-1929 (National Progressive)
30 General John Pershing from Missouri/ Vicepresident John Sharp Williams from Mississippi 1929-1932/ Vacant 1932-1933/ Ambassador to UK Franklin Delano Roosevelt from New York 1933-1937
31 Vicepresident Franklin Delano Roosevelt from New York/ Virginia Senator Carter Glass 1937-1941

32 General Smedley Butler from Pennsylvania/ Indiana Senator James Eli Watson 1941 (Country Alliance)
33 Vicepresident James Eli Watson/ Vacant 1941-1945

34 House Speaker John Nance Garner from Texas/ Philadelphia Mayor William Christian Bullit Jr 1945-1949
35 General George Patton from California/ New York Governor Thomas Edmund Dewey 1949-1950
36 Vicepresident Thomas Edmund Dewey/ Vacant 1950-1953

37 Maryland Senator Millard Tydings/ Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson 1953-1957
38 Secretary of State George Aiken from Vermont/ Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus 1957-1961

39 Massachusetts Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy/ Michigan Senator Gerhard Mennen Williams 1961-1965 (Liberal)/ Texas Senator Lyndon Baines Johnson 1965
40 Vicepresident Lyndon Baines Johnson/ Vacant 1965-1969

41 General James Maurice Gavin from New York/ House Speaker Wilbur Mills from Arkansas 1969-1977
42 Illinois Governor Otto Kerner/ New York Rapresent Peter Rodino 1977-1981
43 Arizona Rapresent Morris Udall/ New York Governor Ed Koch 1981
44 Vicepresident Ed Koch/ Vacant 1981-1985

45 Kansas Senator Robert Dole/ New Jersey Senator Pete du Pont 1985-1989
46 Ohio Senator John Glenn/ Arkansas Governir William Jefferson Clinton 1989-1993
47 Former President Robert Dole from Kansas/ New York Rapresentative Jack Kemp 1993-1997
48 Ohio Senator George Voinovich/ Delawere Senator Joseph Biden III 1997-2001
 
The Never Ending Clinton and Bush Dynasties

And no, this does not count as "Current Politics" since the POD happens in 2008 and there's no Trump at all! However, if it does still count, I apologize in advance.

40: Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush (1981-1989) [1] [2]
def 1980. Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale and John B. Anderson/Patrick Lucey
def 1984. Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro

41: George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle (1989-1993) [2]
def 1988. Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen
42: Bill Clinton/Al Gore (1993-2001) [2]
def 1992. George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle and Ross Perot/James Stockdale
def 1996. Bob Dole/Jack Kemp and Ross Perot/Pat Choate

43: George W. Bush/Dick Cheney (2001-2009) [2]
def 2000. Al Gore/Joe Lieberman
def 2004. John Kerry/John Edwards

44: Hillary Clinton/Barrack Obama (2009-2017)
def 2008. John McCain/Sarah Palin
def 2012. Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan

45: Jeb Bush/John Kasich (2017-2025)
def 2016. Barrack Obama/Martin O'Malley
def 2020. Bernie Sanders/Tulsi Gabberd

46:Chelsea Clinton/Tammy Duckworth (2025-2033)
def 2024. John Kasich/Marco Rubio
def 2028. Tom Cotton/
Tucker Carlson
47: George P. Bush/Niki Haley
def 2032. Democratic candidate
def 2036. Democratic candidate


Notes:
Red=Republican
Blue=Democratic
Gray=Independent
Purple=Reform

[1]: Reagan is the last president not to be either a member of either the Clinton or Bush families.
[2]: Presidency same as in reality.
 
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POD: John Barker Church kills Aaron Burr in their 1799 duel.

Presidents of the United States, 1789-present:

George Washington (Independent) 1789-1797

John Adams (Federalist) 1797-1801
Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican) 1801-1809[1]
James Madison (Democratic-Republican) 1809-1817[2]
Henry Dearborn (Democratic-Republican) 1817-1825[3]
William Crawford (Democratic-Republican) 1825-1832[4]
John Quincy Adams (Democratic-Republican, then Republican) 1832-1837[5]
William H. Harrison (Republican) 1837-1845[6]
Henry A. S. Dearborn (Democratic) 1845-1851[7]
William O. Butler (Democratic) 1851-1861[8]
Samuel Houston (Republican) 1861-1863[9]
Salmon P. Chase (Republican) 1863-1873[10]
Benjamin G. Brown (Democratic) 1873-1881[11]
James G. Blaine (Republican) 1881-1889[12]
David B. Hill (Democratic) 1889-1897[13]
Benjamin Harrison (Republican) 1897-1901[14]
Jeter C. Pritchard (Republican) 1901-1909[15]
John W. Kern (Democratic) 1909-1917[16]
T. Coleman du Pont (Republican) 1917-1925[17]
Alfred E. Smith (Democratic) 1925-1933[18]
Gifford Pinchot (Republican) 1933-1941[19]
James E. Murray (Democratic) 1941-1949[20]
Arthur Vandenberg (Republican) 1949-1951[21]
B. Carroll Reece (Republican) 1951-1961[22]
Wayne L. Morse (Democratic) 1961-1969[23]
Daniel J. Evans (Republican) 1969-1977[24]
Robert P. Casey, Sr. (Democratic) 1977-1985[25]
Pierre S. "Pete" du Pont (Republican) 1985-1993[26]
Henry R. Perot (Democratic) 1993-2001[27]
Marc Racicot (Republican) 2001-2009[28]
Robert P. Casey, Jr. (Democratic) 2009-2017[29]
Russel L. Honoré (Republican) 2017-
 
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Clevelanding V: AHC Time

Keys: *=died in office, **=assassinated, <=resigned, buff=Whig, blue=Democrat, red=Republican, purple=American aka Know Nothing, dark red=National Union, Grey=Independent, bluish-green=People's

12: Zachary Taylor*/Millard Fillmore(1849-1850)
13
/15: Millard Fillmore(1850-1853, 1857-1865)/John C Breckinridge<(1857), Simon Cameron(1861-1865)[1]
14: Franklin Pierce(1853-1857)/William R King*(1853)
16: William T Sherman**/George H Pendleton(1865-1871)[2]
17: George H Pendleton(1871-1877)/William S Groesbeck(1873-1877)[3]
18: Abram S Hewitt/Theodore Roosevelt Sr(1877-1881)[4]
19: Theodore Roosevelt Sr**/Thomas Edison(1881-1884)
20/23: Thomas Edison(1884-1885, 1893-1897)/James H Kyle(1893-1897)[5]

21: Samuel J Randall*/Frederick W Seward(1885-1889)
22: Frederick W Seward(1889-1893)
24: Henry Clay Cadwell/Augustus Van Wyck(1897-1901)

25: Robert T Lincoln/Eugene Debs(1901-1905)[6]
26: Theodore Roosevelt/Eugene Debs(1905-1909)


[1]Yep, it's Fillmore time. Pierce being renominated and Fremont being a thing, the election is so contested it goes to the house and the "lesser of three evils" is taken. Civil War happens, Fillmore is re-elected to deal with it, he wins and becomes a beloved president. 5 Dollars have his face on it.
[2]The Election of 1864 is pretty chaotic. Ultimately, a party-less independent, famed Union hero William Tecumseh Sherman, manages to become president. However this is met with a lot of consternation and the Reps and Dems make a team up in order to restore the two party system, choosing relatively uncontroversial Charles Francis Adams. He loses narrowly, however Sherman ends up being assassinated by a disaffected figure
[3]Pendleton narrowly gets elected in his own right, keeping a fragile peace. However general dissafection and doubt in the government leads to a strong agrarian rise that sees the diminishment and fracturing of the Republicans. The People's Party, to be specific, which takes notes on the Populist and Socialist parties of OTL. Not entirely communism, mind you, but Marxism is certainly a factor. Like the Whigs, they promise only to serve one term
[4]T.R Sr is alive in this timeline, and uses his position of VP to actually run and become president after Hewitt. Sadly while he doesn't get sick, he is shot by a radical anarchist. His son later becomes president like OTL. The Dems win over his successor
[5]Makes a comeback. After all, he wasn't elected before...
[6]Lincoln isn't president, but his son becomes part of the People's Party. The Roosevelt legacy continues with the one we know
 
And the notes for my previous post in this thread:

1. With Burr dead, George Clinton becomes the other Democratic-Republican in the race with Jefferson. Clinton and Jefferson tie, and the former endorses the latter. Nonetheless, this timeline will see the OTL twelfth amendment happens on schedule.
2. George Clinton retires from the vice presidency after two terms, leading Madison to choose Henry Dearborn, who largely coordinates the war effort against Spain.
3. The war won, Dearborn is viewed as a war hero, and is elected with little opposition.
4. William Crawford becomes the first president to die in office, and does so amidst an effort in Virginia to end slavery, which he opposes. His life span is shorter ITTL.
5. Having been Crawford's vice president, the son of the second president has very much the John Tyler trajectory in this timeline, although he does win a term in his own right.
6. With Adams declining a second full term due to health, William Henry Harrison emerges as the choice of the new Republican Party to succeed him. He wears a coat to his inaugurations. His secretary of state presides over the Halifax Convention, settling the Maine border, delimiting a divide in the Oregon Country, and recognizing the independence of the Canadas.
7. Son of the fifth President of the United States, he dies in office. The younger Dearborn, like the younger Adams, is viewed as the founder of a political party.
8. One of the longest-serving presidents. Buys the Russian-America Company possessions.
9. Third president to die in office.
10. Chase ends slavery in the states where it remains, and welcomes the Canadian republics into the Union.
11. Buys the Hudson's Bay Company territories, putting pressure on Britain to give up its share of the Oregon Country.
12. Negotiates with Britain for its remaining mainland North American possessions adjacent to the United States (sans Newfoundland and Labrador), and Kent Island. James Blaine, though himself a Protestant, is widely seen as leading the way towards future Catholic presidents.
13. Noteworthy for mediating in disputes among Latin American nations.
14. Grandson of William Henry Harrison; dies in office. Admits the newer of the former Russian America Company possessions to the Union as a state.
15. Presides over peace and prosperity at home; begins talks with Britain over Newfoundland and Labrador.
16. Dies shortly after leaving office. Annexes Newfoundland and Labrador.
17. His fluency in French endeared him to voters whose support for his party had previously been inconsistent.
18. First Catholic president.
19. Makes further inroads with President du Pont's voters.
20. First president born in OTL Canada.
21. Dies in office.
22. One of the longest serving presidents. Last president to admit a state to the union.
23. First president elected from a state on the Pacific coast.
24. First president born in a state on the Pacific.
25. Elected governor earlier ITTL
26. Second president from the du Pont family.
27. Democrat in this TL.
28. Solidified Republican dominance of the prairie and plains.
29. Son of the first President Casey; elected governor of Pennsylvania in 2002 ITTL.
30. First president of color.
 
Harry S. Truman/Joseph T. Ferguson (1945-1953)
Robert A. Taft/Douglas McArthur (1953-1961)
Richard Nixon/Joseph McCarthy (1961-1969)
John F. Kennedy/Al Gore Sr. (1969-1973)
Al Gore Sr./Henry M. Jackson (1973-1977)
George Romney/George H.W. Bush (1977-1981)
George H.W. Bush/Howard Baker (1981-1989)
Bill Clinton/Al Gore, Jr. (1989-1993)
Henry R. Perot/William H. Gates III (1993-2001)
John S. McCain III/Colin Powell (2001-2009)
Al Gore, Jr./Steven Jobs/VACANT/Joe Biden (2009-2017)
Andrew Yang/Stephen Colbert (2017-)
 
Rocky Republican Fever Dream: Nixon/Smith 1960

35. Richard M. Nixon, Republican - California, January 20th, 1961 - August 4th, 1967 *
def. 1960: Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson, Dem. - Texas / Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr., Dem. - Minnesota; Sen. Harry F. Byrd, Sr., Independent Democrat - Virginia / Gov. Orval Faubus, Dem. - Arkansas
def. 1964: Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, Dem. - Minnesota / Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown, Sr., Dem. - California; Fmr. Gov. Orval Faubus, State's Rights Party - Arkansas / Sen. James Eastland, SRP - Mississippi
36. Margaret Chase Smith, Republican - Maine, August 4th, 1967 - January 20th, 1969
37. Lyndon B. Johnson, Dem. - Texas, January 20th, 1969 - September 22nd, 1975 *
def. 1968: Gov. Ronald Reagan, Rep. - California / Gov. William Scranton, Rep. - Pennsylvania; Fmr. Gov. George Wallace, SRP - Alabama / Mr. Harlan Sanders, SRP - Kentucky
def. 1972: Gov. Claude R. Kirk, Jr., Rep. - Florida / Representative William "Bill" Brock, Rep. - Tennessee; NYC Mayor John Lindsay, Liberal - New York / Rep. Paul "Pete" McCloskey, Lib. - California; Fmr. Gov. Lester Maddox, SRP - Georgia / Rep. John Rarick, SRP - Louisiana
38. Eugene "Gene" McCarthy, Dem. - Minnesota, September 22nd, 1975 - January 20th, 1981
def. 1976: Gov. James "Jim" Rhodes, Rep. - Ohio / Gov. George Romney, Rep. - Michigan; Sen. Charles "Mac" Mathias, Lib. - Maryland / Sen. Jacob Javits, Lib. - New York
40. Charles "Chuck" Percy, Rep. - Illinois, January 20th, 1981 - January 20th, 1989
def. 1980: Pres. Eugene "Gene" McCarthy, Dem. - Minnesota / Sen. Dale Bumpers, Dem. - Arkansas; Gov. Jesse Helms, Conservative - North Carolina / Fmr. W.H. Chief of Staff Roy Cohn, Con. - New York
def. 1984: Rev. Jesse Jackson, Dem. - Washington, D.C. / Sen. Samuel "Sam" Nunn, Dem. - Georgia; Fmr. Gov. Evan Mecham, Con. - Arizona / Fmr. Gov. Meldrim Thomson, Jr., Con. - New Hampshire
41. Paul Tsongas, Dem. - Massachusetts, January 20th, 1989 - January 20th, 1993
def. 1988: VP John "Jay" D. Rockefeller, IV, Rep. - New York / Sen. H. John Heinz, III, Rep. - Pennsylvania; Gov. Antonin "Tony" Scalia, Con. - Virginia / Fmr. Gov. Donald "Don" Rumsfeld, Con. - Illinois
42. Harvey "Harv" Atwater, Con. - South Carolina, January 20th, 1993 - January 20th, 2001
def. 1992: Pres. Paul Tsongas, Dem. - Massachusetts / VP Peter "Pete" F. Flaherty, Dem. - Pennsylvania; Gov. Theodore "Ted" Bundy, Rep. - Washington / Sen. William "Bill" Clinton, Rep. - Arkansas
def. 1996: Fmr. Gov. Mario Cuomo, Dem. - New York / Fmr. Secretary of State Timothy "Tim" Wirth, Dem. - Colorado; Sen. John S. McCain, III, Rep. - Arizona / Sen. John Danforth, Rep. - Missouri

2000 Presidential election nominees:
Democratic Party: Sen. Maurice Ferré of Florida and Sen. Bradley "Brad" Whitford of Wisconsin
Conservative Party: Vice President Donald Rumsfeld of Illinois and Governor Richard "Rick" Santorum of Pennsylvania
Republican Party: Gov. Tommy Thompson of Wisconsin and Governor Dexter "Dex" Lehtinen of Florida

* Died in office due to assassination
† Assassinated while campaigning
 

Ethan P

Kicked
First Comes 2 Two-Termers. Then 2 One-Termers. Then Another 2 Two-Termers.What Now?
Up to 2009: As OTL
2009-2013: Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Fmr. Gov. Mark Warner (D-VA)
2008: def. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)/Fmr. Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT)
2013-2017: Fmr. Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Sen. Jim Webb (I-VA)
2012: def. Incumbent/Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), Fmr. Sen. Mike Gravel (G-AK)/Fmr. Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI), Rep. Tim Huelskamp (CR-KS)/Fmr. Rep. Duncan Hunter Sr. (CR-CA)
2017-2025: Businessman Mark Cuban (D-TX)/Fmr. Governor Ted Strickland (D-OH)
2016: def. Incumbent/Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS), VP Jim Webb (I-VA)/Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), Fmr. Sen. Rick Santorum (CR-PA)/various
2020: def. Sen. Charlie Crist (R-FL)/Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Fmr. Sen. Jim DeMint (CR-SC)/Fmr. Gov. Mary Fallin (R-OK)
2025-: Sen. Todd Young (R-IN)/Gov. Adam Laxalt (R-NV)
2024: def. Labor Sec. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)/Fmr. Gov. Jason Carter (D-GA)

2028: Pres. Todd Young (R-IN)/VP Adam Laxalt (R-NV) vs Senator Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D-SD)/Gov. Tom Perriello (D-VA)
 
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Ethan P

Kicked
HOPE, CHANGE, AND NUTMEG: A List of American Presidents, or The Liebermans: Deep Undercover
2009-2017: Sen. Barack Obama (Dem.-IL)/Sen. Hillary Clinton (Dem.-NY)
2008: def. Sen. John McCain (GOP-AZ)/Sen. Joe Lieberman (Ind.-CT)

2012: def. Fmr. Gov. Mike Huckabee (GOP-AR)/Fmr. NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani (GOP-NY), Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (Reform-MA)/Fmr. Sen. Joe Lieberman (Reform-CT)
2017-2025: VP Hillary Clinton (Dem.-NY)/Sen. Harold Ford Jr. (Dem.-TN)
2016: Sen. Charlie Crist (Reform-FL)/Sen. John Kasich (Reform-OH), Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush (GOP-FL)/Sen. Bob Corker (GOP-TN)
2020: Fmr. Gov. Brian Sandoval (Reform-NV)/Gov. Kim Reynolds (Reform-IO), Sen. Jeff Sessions (GOP-AL)/Rep. Tom Cotton (GOP-AR)
2025-2033: Sen. Jeff Flake (Reform-AZ)/Sen. Rand Paul (Reform-KY)

2024: def. Gov. Tim Ryan (Dem.-OH)/Sen. Matt Lieberman (Dem.-GA), Rep. Steve King (GOP-IO)/Sen. Jim Inhofe (GOP-OK)
2028: def. Sen. Michelle Nunn (Dem.-GA)/Sen. Martin Heinrich (Dem.-NM), Rep. Kris Kobach (GOP-KS)/Fmr. Sen. John Barrasso (GOP-WY)
2033-now: Fmr. VP Harold Ford Jr. (Dem.-TN)/Gov. Kyrsten Sinema (Dem.-AZ)

2032: def. Sen. Adam Laxalt (Reform-NV)/Gov. Kristi Noem (Reform-SD)
2036: def. Fmr. VP Rand Paul (Reform-KY)/Gov. Marco Rubio (Reform-FL)
 

Ethan P

Kicked
A Missourian List:
2017-2025: Gov. Jay Nixon (D-MO)/Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)
2016: def. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)/Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT)
2020: def. Businessman John Schnatter (R-KY)/Fmr. Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ)

2025-2033: Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO)/Fmr. Gov. Charlie Baker (R-MA)

2024: def. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ)/Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV)
2028: def. Fmr. VP Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)/Gov. Gwen Graham (D-FL)

2033-now: Gov. Nicole Galloway (D-MO)/Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM)

2032: def. VP Charlie Baker (R-MA)/Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), Fmr. Rep. Stephen Miller (R-VA)/Activist Charlie Kirk (R-IL)
2036: def. Senate Minority Leader Jeff Flake (R-AZ)/House Minority Whip Erin Stewart (R-CT),
Fmr. Rep. Stephen Miller (TP-VA)/Activist Candace Owens (TP-NY)
2040 Election: VP Martin Heinrich (D-NM)/House Minority Leader Beto O'Rourke (D-TX) (49.3%) vs Gov. Adam Laxalt (R-NV)/Sen. Chris Sununu (R-NH) (48.9%)
 
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Dubya as his Dad (George W. Bush as George H. W. Bush)

43: George W. Bush/John Kasich (2001-2005)
def 2000. John Kerry/Ann Richards
44: John Edwards/Barrack Obama (2005-2013)
def 2004. George W. Bush/John Kasich and Jesse Ventura/Unknown running mate
def 2008. John McCain/Rudy Giuliani and Jesse Ventura/Unknown running mate

45: Jeb Bush/some Neocon (2013-2021)
def 2012. Barrack Obama/Other Democratic candidate
def 2016. Elizabeth Warren/Tim Kaine

46: Democratic Obama analog (2021-2029)
def 2020. Rob Portman/Niki Haley
def 2024. Jon Huntsman/Paul Ryan analog

47: Tucker Carlson/Mike Pence analog (2029-2033/2037)

Anybody got ideas for candidates and running mates I've left out? Thank you to themannis24 and Servo1991 for the suggestions so far!
 
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Prime Ministers of the American Federation:

1850-1854: Hannibal Hamlin (Liberal)
1854-1858: Franklin Pierce (Conservative)
1858-1865: Hannibal Hamlin (Liberal)
1865-1869: John C. Breckinridge (Conservative)
1869-1875: Benjamin Wade (Liberal)
1875-1891: John A. MacDonald (Conservative) (Died in Office)
1891-1901: William McKinley (Conservative) (Died in Office)
1901-1902: Charles W. Fairbanks (Conservative)

1902-1919: Theodore Roosevelt (Liberal) (Died in Office)
1919-1920: James M. Cox (Liberal)

1929-1923: Warren G. Harding (Conservative) (Died in Office)
1923-1932: Charles Curtis (Conservative)

1932-1939: James H. Maurer (Progressive)
1939-1946: Robert A. Taft (Conservative)
1946-1955: Alben W. Barkley (Progressive) (Died in Office)
1955-1962: Estes Kefauver (Progressive)

1962-1966: John Diefenbaker (Conservative)
1966-1976: Hubert Humphrey (Progressive) (Resigned)
1976-1979: George McGovern (Progressive)

1979-1992: Joe Clark (Conservative)
1992-2003: Joe Biden (Liberal) (Resigned)
2003-2005: Dick Gephardt (Liberal)

2005-2009: John Boehner (Conservative)
2009-2015: Nancy Pelosi (Liberal) (Resigned)
2015-2019: Tim Ryan (Liberal) (Resigned)
2019-Present: Cheri Bustos (Liberal)





List of Elections:
1850:
Liberal Majority (26)
1854: Conservative Majority (18)
1858:
Liberal Majority (6)
1861: Liberal Majority (16)
1865: Conservative Majority (32)
1869: Liberal Majority (8)
1871: Liberal Majority (46)
1875: Conservative Majority (24)
1879: Conservative Majority (28)
1883: Conservative Majority (54)
1887: Conservative Majority (4)
1890: Conservative Majority (18)
1894: Conservative Majority (22)
1898: Conservative Majority (60)
1902: Liberal Majority (8)
1904: Liberal Majority (62)
1908: Liberal Majority (80)
1912: Liberal Majority (42)
1916: Liberal Majority (82)
1920: Conservative Majority (24)
1924: Conservative Majority (68)
1928: Conservative Majority (102)
1932: Progressive Minority (-48)
1933: Progressive Majority (20)
1937: Progressive Majority (6)
1939: Conservative Majority (12)
1943: Conservative Majority (64)
1946: Progressive Majority (24)
1950: Progressive Majority (30)
1954: Progressive Majority (50)
1958: Progressive Majority (32)
1962: Conservative Majority (28)
1966: Progressive Majority (142)
1970: Progressive Majority (156)
1974: Progressive Majority (4)
1975: Progressive Majority (16)
1979: Conservative Majority (48)
1983: Conservative Majority (132)
1987: Conservative Majority (104)
1991: Conservative Minority (-18)
1992: Liberal Minority (-24)
1993: Liberal Majority (14)
1997: Liberal Majority (42)
2001: Liberal Majority (56)
2005: Conservative Majority (24)
2009: Liberal Majority (18)
2012: Liberal Minority (-6)
2014: Liberal Majority (36)
2018: Liberal Majority (48)
 
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Dubya as his Dad (George W. Bush as George H. W. Bush)

43: George W. Bush/John Kasich (2001-2005)
def 2000. John Kerry/Ann Richards
44: John Edwards/Barrack Obama (2005-2013)
def 2004. George W. Bush/John Kasich and Jesse Ventura/Unknown running mate
def 2008. John McCain/Rudy Giuliani and Jesse Ventura/Unknown running mate

45: Jeb Bush/some Neocon (2013-2021)
def 2012. Barrack Obama/Other Democratic candidate
def 2016. Massachusetts Democrat and his/her running mate

46: Democratic Obama analog (2021-2029)
def 2020. Older Republican John McCain analog
def 2024. Mitt Romney analog

47: Republican Trump analog (2029-2033/2037)

Anybody got ideas for candidates and running mate I've left out?
For the McCain analog Rob Portman might be a good candidate, for the Romeny analog Jon Huntsman could be considered, for the 2016 democratic ticket could be Elizbeth Warren and her running mate is the Tim Kaine (the same Vice President candidate in our timeline), that's all I got for the moment hope this help.
 
43. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV)/Paul Wellstone (D-MN) [2001-2009]
2000 : Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV)/Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-MN) def. Sen. Fred Thompson (R-TN)/Rep. John Kasich (R-OH)
2004 : Pres. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV)/Vice Pres. Paul Wellstone (D-MN) def. Sen. Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Rep. Hermann Cain (R-NE)

44. Alveda King (R-GA)/Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) [2009-2017]
2008 : Sen. Alveda King (R-GA)/Gov. Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) def. Vice Pres. Paul Wellstone (D-MN)/Rep. Mark Begich (D-AK)
2012 :
Pres. Alveda King (R-GA)/Vice Pres. Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) def. Sen. Barrack Obama (D-IL)/Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY)

45. Joe Biden (D-DE)/Jon Tester (D-MT) [2017-]
2016 : Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE)/Fmr Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) def. Sen. John Kasich (R-OH)/Sen. Jeb Bush (R-FL)
2020 : Pres. Joe Biden (D-DE)/Vice Pres. Jon Tester (D-MT) vs Gov. Marco Rubio (R-FL)/Sen. Chris Christie (R-NJ) [Rubio currently leading by 6.7 in Polling Aggregate]
 
Dubya as his Dad (George W. Bush as George H. W. Bush)

43: George W. Bush/John Kasich (2001-2005)
def 2000. John Kerry/Ann Richards
44: John Edwards/Barrack Obama (2005-2013)
def 2004. George W. Bush/John Kasich and Jesse Ventura/Unknown running mate
def 2008. John McCain/Rudy Giuliani and Jesse Ventura/Unknown running mate

45: Jeb Bush/some Neocon (2013-2021)
def 2012. Barrack Obama/Other Democratic candidate
def 2016. Elizabeth Warren/Tim Kaine

46: Democratic Obama analog (2021-2029)
def 2020. Rob Portman/Niki Haley
def 2024. Jon Huntsman/Paul Ryan analog

47: Republican Trump analog (2029-2033/2037)

Anybody got ideas for candidates and running mates I've left out?
If your looking for a Trump analog for 2029, how about Tucker Carlson?
 
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