List of US Presidents, 1960 to 2020

1961-1965: John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson II (Democratic)
1960:
def. Richard Nixon/ Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R)

1965-1973: William Scranton/Margaret Chase Smith (Republican)
1964: def. John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson (D), George Wallace/Marvin Griffin (AIP)
1968: def. Lyndon B. Johnson/Eugene McCarthy, George Wallace/Curtis LeMay (AIP)

1973-1977: Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (Republican)
1972: def. Wilbur Mills/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (D)

1977-1981: Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (Democratic)
1976: def. Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (R)

1981-1986: Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford (Republican)
1980: def. Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (D)
1984: def. Gary Hart/Jay Rockefeller (D)
(Nixon convicted and removed from office)


1986-1987: Gerald Ford/Vacant (Republican)

1987-1989: Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (Republican)


1989-1993: Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (Democratic)

1988: def. Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (R)

1993-1997: Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (Republican)
1992: def. Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (D)

1997-2001: Ann Richards/Douglas Wilder✝ (Democratic)
1996: def. Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (R)
(Ann Richards and Douglas Wilder both assassinated)

2001-2009: Al Gore/John Kerry
2000: def. Colin Powell/John Kasich (R)
2004: def. Arlen Specter/John Sununu (R), Rick Santorum/Bob Barr (USTP)
 
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1961-1965: John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson II (Democratic)
1960:
def. Richard Nixon/ Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.

1965-1973: William Scranton/Margaret Chase Smith (Republican)
1964: def. John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson, George Wallace/Marvin Griffin
1968: def. Lyndon B. Johnson/Eugene McCarthy, George Wallace/Curtis LeMay

1973-1977: Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (Republican)
1972: def. Wilbur Mills/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.

1977-1981: Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (Democratic)
1976: def. Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller

1981-1986: Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford (Republican)
1980: def. Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder
1984: def. Gary Hart/Jay Rockefeller
(Nixon convicted and removed from office)


1986-1987: Gerald Ford/Vacant (Republican)

1987-1989: Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (Republican)


1989-1993: Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (Democratic)

1988: def. Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt

1993-1997: Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (Republican)
1992: def. Jim Florio/Tom Bradley

1997-2001: Ann Richards/Douglas Wilder✝ (Democratic)
1996: def. Gerald Ford/Bob Dole
(Ann Richards and Douglas Wilder both assassinated)

2001-2009: Al Gore/John Kerry
2000: def. Colin Powell/John Kasich
2004: def. Arlen Specter/John Sununu, Rick Santorum/Bob Barr
I'm not sure Ford can run again has he has already had two terms
 
1961-1965: John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson II (Democratic)
1960:
def. Richard Nixon/ Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R)

1965-1973: William Scranton/Margaret Chase Smith (Republican)
1964: def. John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson (D), George Wallace/Marvin Griffin (AIP)
1968: def. Lyndon B. Johnson/Eugene McCarthy, George Wallace/Curtis LeMay (AIP)

1973-1977: Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (Republican)
1972: def. Wilbur Mills/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (D)

1977-1981: Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (Democratic)
1976: def. Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (R)

1981-1986: Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford (Republican)
1980: def. Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (D)
1984: def. Gary Hart/Jay Rockefeller (D)
(Nixon convicted and removed from office)


1986-1987: Gerald Ford/Vacant (Republican)

1987-1989: Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (Republican)


1989-1993: Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (Democratic)

1988: def. Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (R)

1993-1997: Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (Republican)
1992: def. Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (D)

1997-2001: Ann Richards/Douglas Wilder✝ (Democratic)
1996: def. Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (R)
(Ann Richards and Douglas Wilder both assassinated)

2001-2009: Al Gore/John Kerry
2000: def. Colin Powell/John Kasich (R)
2004: def. Arlen Specter/John Sununu (R), Rick Santorum/Bob Barr (USTP)
2009-20XX: Condoleezza Rice/Lincoln Chafee
2008: def. John Kerry/Evan Bayh
 
Kennedy/Stevenson '60

1961-1965: John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson II (Democratic)
1960:
def. Richard Nixon/ Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R)

1965-1973: William Scranton/Margaret Chase Smith (Republican)
1964: def. John F. Kennedy/Adlai Stevenson (D), George Wallace/Marvin Griffin (AIP)
1968: def. Lyndon B. Johnson/Eugene McCarthy, George Wallace/Curtis LeMay (AIP)

1973-1977: Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (Republican)
1972: def. Wilbur Mills/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (D)

1977-1981: Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (Democratic)
1976: def. Margaret Chase Smith/William E. Miller (R)

1981-1986: Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford (Republican) [1]
1980: def. Walter Mondale/Pat Schroeder (D)
1984: def. Gary Hart/Jay Rockefeller (D)

1986-1987: Gerald Ford/Vacant (Republican)

1987-1989: Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (Republican)


1989-1993: Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (Democratic)

1988: def. Gerald Ford/Paul Laxalt (R)

1993-1997: Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (Republican)
1992: def. Jim Florio/Tom Bradley (D)

1997-2001: Ann Richards/Douglas Wilder✝ (Democratic)
1996: def. Gerald Ford/Bob Dole (R)

2001-2009: Al Gore/John Kerry
2000: def. Colin Powell/John Kasich (R)
2004: def. Arlen Specter/John Sununu (R), Rick Santorum/Bob Barr (USTP)

2009-2013: Condoleezza Rice/Lincoln Chafee (Republican)
2008: def. John Kerry/Evan Bayh (D)

2013-2017: Condoleeza Rice/Carly Fiorina (Republican) [3]
2012: def. Evan Bayh/Jerry Brown (D)

2017-20XX: Bill Richardson / James G. Stavridis (Democratic)
2016: def. Carly Fiorina/Sarah Palin (R)

[1] Nixon convicted and removed from office.
[2] Ann Richards and Douglas Wilder both assassinated.
[3] Chafee dropped from ticket due to dispute. First all female Presidential team.
 
Since the last list has been completed, let's start another reverse one. As in the last one, don't make the footnotes long so that other people can develop the story.

2021-202?: Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (People's Renovation)
2020 def.: Ayanna Pressley/Bernie Sanders(Socialist Alliance), Ted Cruz/Mike Pence(Democratic-Republican), Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney(American Third Way), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin(Labor)[1]

[1]
After a chaotic first round marked by the collapse of the major parties of both the Left and the Right, Donald Trump's People's Renovation Party defeated the left-populist Socialist Alliance in a close runoff, resulting in the right-wing populist party succeeding in its swift quest towards presidential power. However, despite its early victories in 2020's presidential and congressional elections, it remains to be seen whether the party will have long-term success or not, as its co-leader Trump's presidency is getting increasingly controversial in only a few months since his inauguration.
 
201x-2021: Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way)
2016 def.: Elizabeth Warren/Beau Biden (Socialist Alliance), Barack Obama/Chris Christie (Democratic-Republican), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor), Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (America First) [2]

2021-202?: Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (People's Renovation)
2020 def.: Ayanna Pressley/Bernie Sanders (Socialist Alliance), Ted Cruz/Mike Pence (Democratic-Republican), Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor) [1]


[1] After a chaotic first round marked by the collapse of the major parties of both the Left and the Right, Donald Trump's People's Renovation Party defeated the left-populist Socialist Alliance in a close runoff, resulting in the right-wing populist party succeeding in its swift quest towards presidential power. However, despite its early victories in 2020's presidential and congressional elections, it remains to be seen whether the party will have long-term success or not, as its co-leader Trump's presidency is getting increasingly controversial in only a few months since his inauguration.

[2] As Michael Bloomberg returned to Number One Observatory Circle for the second time in his life, he seemed more reluctant and less enthusiastic than he had all those years ago. And his presidency seemed to reflect this. The Housing Crisis continued to worsen and Gadafi was found not to have had WMDs after all, all leading to an unpopular presidency. He came failed to make into the runoff round in the 2020 election, losing out to Donald Trump, formerly candidate of the defunct (but previously popular) America First Party.
 
2013-2021: Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way)
2012 def.: Claire McCaskill/Richard Shelby (Democratic-Republican), Glenn Beck/Ron Johnson (League of Patriots), Nancy Pelosi/Julian Castro (Labor), Keith Ellison/David Zuckerman (Socialist Alliance) [3]
2016 def.: Elizabeth Warren/Beau Biden (Socialist Alliance), Barack Obama/Chris Christie (Democratic-Republican), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor), Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (America First) [2]

2021-202?: Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (People's Renovation)
2020 def.: Ayanna Pressley/Bernie Sanders (Socialist Alliance), Ted Cruz/Mike Pence (Democratic-Republican), Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor) [1]


[1] After a chaotic first round marked by the collapse of the major parties of both the Left and the Right, Donald Trump's People's Renovation Party defeated the left-populist Socialist Alliance in a close runoff, resulting in the right-wing populist party succeeding in its swift quest towards presidential power. However, despite its early victories in 2020's presidential and congressional elections, it remains to be seen whether the party will have long-term success or not, as its co-leader Trump's presidency is getting increasingly controversial in only a few months since his inauguration.

[2] As Michael Bloomberg returned to Number One Observatory Circle for the second time in his life, he seemed more reluctant and less enthusiastic than he had all those years ago. And his presidency seemed to reflect this. The Housing Crisis continued to worsen and Gadafi was found not to have had WMDs after all, all leading to an unpopular presidency. He came failed to make into the runoff round in the 2020 election, losing out to Donald Trump, formerly candidate of the defunct (but previously popular) America First Party.


[3] In a massive upset, Former Businessman and Democratic-Republican Governor of New York Michael Bloomberg was elected to the presidency, under the centrist American Third Way party with Liz Cheney, a party he helped found a few years earlier. Bloomberg's technocratic approach to the economy would be popular for the first 2 years as the economy did well, however in 2014 disaster struck, as the Housing Crisis unfolded and caused the American economy to backslide. Along with that, the US began an invasion of the Libyan State (a state emerging out of the collapse of the Arab Republic) was launched after its leader Muammar Gaddafi refused to allow inspections of the Nukes which were heavily suspected to be placed in their new territory. Overall, while Bloomberg had been ushered in on a wave of political discontent with the establishment, his critics which ever grew in number now decried him and his party as more of the same, and his popularity suffered among his initial base, however he continued to win over many moderate former voters for Labor and the D-Rs.
 
20XX-2013: Claire McCaskill/Richard Shelby (Democratic-Republican)
2008 def.: John Edwards/Tom Vilsack (Labor), Fred Thompson/Duncan Hunter (League of Patriots), Mike Gavel/Dennis Kucinich (Socialist Alliance), Michael Bloomberg/Robert Gates (American Third Way) [4]

2013-2021: Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way)
2012 def.: Claire McCaskill/Richard Shelby (Democratic-Republican), Glenn Beck/Ron Johnson (League of Patriots), Nancy Pelosi/Julian Castro (Labor), Keith Ellison/David Zuckerman (Socialist Alliance) [3]
2016 def.: Elizabeth Warren/Beau Biden (Socialist Alliance), Barack Obama/Chris Christie (Democratic-Republican), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor), Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (America First) [2]

2021-20--: Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (People's Renovation)
2020 def.: Ayanna Pressley/Bernie Sanders (Socialist Alliance), Ted Cruz/Mike Pence (Democratic-Republican), Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor) [1]

[4]
If pundits thought the political fragmentation of the new millennium would settle down, they were sorely disappointed with the launch of yet another new party. This would be reflected as the Democratic-Republicans (only narrowly winning in 2008) would continue to splinter members to groups on both the left, right and now centre. While international politics would cause the McCaskill administration problems with the formal dissolution of the United Arab Republic, it was economic issues that increased voter discontent, with the previously behind door discussion over Democratic-Republican tax policy becoming increasingly public and strident.

[3] In a massive upset, Former Businessman and Democratic-Republican Governor of New York Michael Bloomberg was elected to the presidency, under the centrist American Third Way party with Liz Cheney, a party he helped found a few years earlier. Bloomberg's technocratic approach to the economy would be popular for the first 2 years as the economy did well, however in 2014 disaster struck, as the Housing Crisis unfolded and caused the American economy to backslide. Along with that, the US began an invasion of the Libyan State (a state emerging out of the collapse of the Arab Republic) was launched after its leader Muammar Gaddafi refused to allow inspections of the Nukes which were heavily suspected to be placed in their new territory. Overall, while Bloomberg had been ushered in on a wave of political discontent with the establishment, his critics which ever grew in number now decried him and his party as more of the same, and his popularity suffered among his initial base, however he continued to win over many moderate former voters for Labor and the D-Rs.

[2] As Michael Bloomberg returned to Number One Observatory Circle for the second time in his life, he seemed more reluctant and less enthusiastic than he had all those years ago. And his presidency seemed to reflect this. The Housing Crisis continued to worsen and Gadafi was found not to have had WMDs after all, all leading to an unpopular presidency. He failed to make into the runoff round in the 2020 election, losing out to Donald Trump, formerly candidate of the defunct (but previously popular) America First Party.

[1] After a chaotic first round marked by the collapse of the major parties of both the Left and the Right, Donald Trump's People's Renovation Party defeated the left-populist Socialist Alliance in a close runoff, resulting in the right-wing populist party succeeding in its swift quest towards presidential power. However, despite its early victories in 2020's presidential and congressional elections, it remains to be seen whether the party will have long-term success or not, as its co-leader Trump's presidency is getting increasingly controversial in only a few months since his inauguration.
 
20XX-2009: John Edwards/Tom Vilsack (Labor)
2004 def. Colin Powell/Joe Lieberman (Democratic-Republican), Jim Gilmore/Sam Brownback (League of Patriots), Wesley Clark/Bill Bradley (Socialist Alliance) [5]

2009-2013: Claire McCaskill/Richard Shelby (Democratic-Republican)

2008 def.: John Edwards/Tom Vilsack (Labor), Fred Thompson/Duncan Hunter (League of Patriots), Mike Gavel/Dennis Kucinich (Socialist Alliance), Michael Bloomberg/Robert Gates (American Third Way) [4]

2013-2021: Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way)
2012 def.: Claire McCaskill/Richard Shelby (Democratic-Republican), Glenn Beck/Ron Johnson (League of Patriots), Nancy Pelosi/Julian Castro (Labor), Keith Ellison/David Zuckerman (Socialist Alliance) [3]
2016 def.: Elizabeth Warren/Beau Biden (Socialist Alliance), Barack Obama/Chris Christie (Democratic-Republican), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor), Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (America First) [2]

2021-20--: Donald Trump/Tucker Carlson (People's Renovation)
2020 def.: Ayanna Pressley/Bernie Sanders (Socialist Alliance), Ted Cruz/Mike Pence (Democratic-Republican), Michael Bloomberg/Liz Cheney (American Third Way), Nancy Pelosi/Margaret Chin (Labor) [1]


[5] The 2004 election was a sharp contrast between diplomatic and domestic politics with both the Democratic-Republicans and Socialist Alliance making use of military men. However, Labor’s focus on the economy saw them eke out a victory over the Democratic-Republican’s focus on international affairs. Victory wasn't easy as Labor struggled with their legislative agenda; the League of Patriots attacking it from the right and the Socialist Alliance attacking it from the left. In the end however, it was growing scandals that dogged Labor and meant that they couldn’t repeat another victory at the 2008 election.

[4] If pundits thought the political fragmentation of the new millennium would settle down, they were sorely disappointed with the launch of yet another new party. This would be reflected as the Democratic-Republicans (only narrowly winning in 2008) would continue to splinter members to groups on both the left, right and now centre. While international politics would cause the McCaskill administration problems with the formal dissolution of the United Arab Republic, it was economic issues that increased voter discontent, with the previously behind door discussion over Democratic-Republican tax policy becoming increasingly public and strident.

[3] In a massive upset, Former Businessman and Democratic-Republican Governor of New York Michael Bloomberg was elected to the presidency, under the centrist American Third Way party with Liz Cheney, a party he helped found a few years earlier. Bloomberg's technocratic approach to the economy would be popular for the first 2 years as the economy did well, however in 2014 disaster struck, as the Housing Crisis unfolded and caused the American economy to backslide. Along with that, the US began an invasion of the Libyan State (a state emerging out of the collapse of the Arab Republic) was launched after its leader Muammar Gaddafi refused to allow inspections of the Nukes which were heavily suspected to be placed in their new territory. Overall, while Bloomberg had been ushered in on a wave of political discontent with the establishment, his critics which ever grew in number now decried him and his party as more of the same, and his popularity suffered among his initial base, however he continued to win over many moderate former voters for Labor and the D-Rs.

[2] As Michael Bloomberg returned to Number One Observatory Circle for the second time in his life, he seemed more reluctant and less enthusiastic than he had all those years ago. And his presidency seemed to reflect this. The Housing Crisis continued to worsen and Gadafi was found not to have had WMDs after all, all leading to an unpopular presidency. He failed to make into the runoff round in the 2020 election, losing out to Donald Trump, formerly candidate of the defunct (but previously popular) America First Party.

[1] After a chaotic first round marked by the collapse of the major parties of both the Left and the Right, Donald Trump's People's Renovation Party defeated the left-populist Socialist Alliance in a close runoff, resulting in the right-wing populist party succeeding in its swift quest towards presidential power. However, despite its early victories in 2020's presidential and congressional elections, it remains to be seen whether the party will have long-term success or not, as its co-leader Trump's presidency is getting increasingly controversial in only a few months since his inauguration.
 
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