So I did the impossible and just barely won as Nixon in 1960 on Impossible, while losing the popular vote... and even made the Hall of Fame #24! https://www.americanhistoryusa.com/campaign-trail/game/1041465 In this world, Nixon paired up with Nelson Rockefeller and won with a pro-Civil Rights, Northern Strategy, cementing the position of Rockefeller Republicans and eschewing the Southern Strategy. This brought together the liberals and moderates of the West Coast, Midwest, and Northeast to support Nixon/Rockefeller, resulting in close victories (<1.5% margin) in states like Pennsylvania, Oregon, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Washington. Nixon's closest win was the tipping point state of New York with 45 EVs, making Nixon's 10 visits to it invaluable. 50.25% voted for Nixon while 49.75% voted for Kennedy, meaning a swing of 18450 votes the other way would've put Kennedy in the White House instead. Losing any state would have cost Nixon the presidency; even Hawaii with its 3 EVs was valuable (according to historical results for 1960-Nixon-Impossible, Nixon wins it only 2% of the time)! Bonus: Kennedy won Delaware by a miniscule margin of 38 votes. The states of West Virginia, Oklahoma, Illinois, and California were also only carried by Kennedy by a <1% margin, thus remaining important battlegrounds for 1964. The states of the South become solidly Democratic, meaning that the Republican Party will seek to tighten its grip on the populous West Coast, Midwest and Northeast states, especially Illinois and California. Perhaps George Wallace won't need to run under the American Independent Party in 1968, but instead becomes the Democratic nominee for the presidency. Today's world would look much different given this alternate history.