After seeing this list, I've decided to attempt to piece together a list of US presidential candidates and their running mates for all three major parties in TL-191. (I also plan to do the same for the CSA.) I noticed that even though James Rhodes lost the 1968 election to Humphrey, he was Joshua Blackford's running mate and VP in the next two elections. Isn't it unusual for a presidential candidate, unsuccessful or otherwise, to later be nominated as a vice presidential candidate?1952: Harry Truman (D) vs. Adlai Stevenson II (S) and Harold Stassen (R).
1956: Harry Truman (D) vs. William Averell Harriman (S) and Harold Stassen (R)
1960: Hubert Humphrey (S) vs. John W. Bricker (D) and Harold Stassen (R)
1964: Hubert Humphrey (S) vs. Henry Cabot Lodge (D) and Walter Judd (R)
1968: Hubert Humphrey (S) vs. James Rhodes (D) and Bryson Briggs (R)
1972: Joshua Blackford (D) vs. Terrance Hobson (S) and Philip Ioannidis (R)
1976: Joshua Blackford (D) vs. Dwight O'Hare (S) and George Sidney (R)
If you wouldn't mind, David, could you add in the running mates (and their home states) when you have time? Also, can you please include the 1948 election in there too? Thanks!