so guys i have this idea, so we know that russia had a civil war, and putin isn't in russian politics, well i think during the russian civil war, putin's parents move to alaska with vlad, and eventually he ends up in politics and, well i think you can see where this is headed...
ok here's my take on them:
rockefeller: standard oil still rises, but under TR is broken up. rockefeller ultimately becomes a donor/philanthropist and his family and once lovecraft takes over the progressive party he helps fund him until his death in '37
FDR: never gets into national politics but does become the premier of new york. he is pro-EPIC, and is widely respected but perhaps not to the extent he is iotl
JFK: he becomes a senator from mass in the 60s and doesn't get assassinated. he dies in 2003.
harriman: another ny governor probably.
dawes: serves under the coolidge ministry in some high-level job, but not deputy pm.
alright so i'm taking a page out of @Goweegie2's playbook and doing all the atl versions of the otl 2020 presidential candidates.
starting with ol' joe:
Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. is an American politician serving as the Leader of the American Senate since 2008. Biden was raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and New Castle County, Delaware. He studied at the University of Delaware before receiving his law degree from Syracuse University. He became a lawyer in 1969 and was elected to the New Castle County Council in 1970. He was appointed to represent Delaware in the Senate by Pierre Trudeau in 1973, and became Leader of the American Senate after jack Layton became prime Minister in 2008.
Bernard Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is an American politician who is the current Minister of Labor since 2017, was Minister of the Environment from 2013-2017 and has served as a member of the American Parliament for the riding of Brooklyn North-Long Island City since 2007. An advocate of social democratic and progressive policies, Sanders is known for his opposition to economic inequality and neoliberalism. On domestic policy, he supports labor rights, universal and single-payer healthcare, paid parental leave, tuition-free tertiary education, and an ambitious Green EPIC to create jobs addressing climate change. On foreign policy, he supports reducing military spending, pursuing more diplomacy and international cooperation, and putting greater emphasis on labor rights and environmental concerns when negotiating international trade agreements.
this one's a double whammy: premier pete and the wabash political system.
Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg is an American politician and who is currently serving as the Premier of Wabash since 2019, earning the nickname "Premier Pete". He represents the riding of South Bend North in the Wabashian Parliament since being elected in 2012. Buttigieg came out as gay in 2015 and is the first openly gay premier in American history.
Political Parties of Wabash
Liberal - Pete Buttigieg: Center-left. Pretty much exact same policies as national liberal. Dominant left-wing party. Labor - Cherrish Pryor: Left-wing. Same deal, but they're only popular in and around Williamston. Green - Sarah Dillon: Left-wing. Ditto. Receives barely any support. Federalist-Conservative - Todd Huston: Center to center-right. A merger of the more centrist Federalists and the mre right-wing Conservatives. Dominant right-wing party. Reform - Timothy Maguire: Right-wing. Same as national Reform. Christian Democratic - Greg Pence: Right-wing to far-right. This is the big Christian Fundamentalist Party. Originally founded by Mike Pence in 1990, he gave the office to his older brother greg in 2017 when he ran for parliament under america first.
here's the most recent election, which was a landslide for the liberals.
okay so there are still a lot of provinces and territories that need systems, maps or both
this is, to my knowledge the states of the provincial party systems so far.
green - map and system
light blue - mapped, but no system or system not attached to map
dark blue - map and system, supposedly had an election in 2018
light red - had a system but wasn't liked
dark red - system but no map
gray - has neither a map or a system.
btw i did make the ungava election map, and even a wikibox.
two things that i need to figure out is gdp and date joined, as well as creating more coats of arms for each province. i have turned comments on so if there is a figure that you have calculated that is different than mine you can comment so i can edit it in.