TL-191: After the End

Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by David bar Elias, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. Techdread Bennism of the 21st Century

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    Not trying to nitpick, but shouldn't it be Hubert Humphrey in the '64 election rather than Horatio?
     
  2. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    Oh yes... :eek: Um... Look again, you're mistaken! :D
     
  3. Techdread Bennism of the 21st Century

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    Ah, so I am. I guess I should have been wearing my glasses after all - that teaches me :p
     
  4. Petike Sky Pirate Extraordinaire

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    Already done.
     
  5. ZincOxide Well-Known Member

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    That 1964 landslide looks even more impressive than LBJ's, heh.
     
  6. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    Its probably because there's a strong third party, and the South, even though its still solidly Democrat, has less states voting.
     
  7. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    1968
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    Hubert Humphrey (S-MN)/Warren Magnuson (S-WA): 349 EV
    James Rhodes (D-OH)/George Sabastiani (D-NM): 166 EV
    Bryson Briggs (R-NE)/Hunter Jardine (R-MT): 17 EV

    Humphrey is re-elected for a third term!
     
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  8. Petike Sky Pirate Extraordinaire

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    You sure are a dilligent map maker, TB. If I'll ever need a political map, I'll PM you. :)
     
  9. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    Thanks!

    Presidents of the United States:
    1. George Washington (I-VA): April 30th, 1789-March 4th, 1797
    2. John Adams (F-MA): March 4th, 1797-March 4th, 1801
    3. Thomas Jefferson (DR-VA): March 4th, 1801-March 4th, 1809
    4. James Madison (DR-VA): March 4th, 1809-March 4th, 1817
    5. James Monroe (DR-VA): March 4th, 1817-March 4th, 1825
    6. John Quincy Adams (DR-MA): March 4th, 1825-March 4th, 1829
    7. Andrew Jackson (D-TN): March 4th, 1829-March 4th, 1837
    8. Martin Van Buren (D-NY): March 4th, 1837-March 4th, 1841
    9. William Henry Harrison (W-OH): March 4th, 1841-April 4th, 1841[1]
    10. John Tyler, Jr. (W-VA): April 4th, 1841-March 4th, 1845

    11. James Knox Polk (D-TN): March 4th, 1845-March 4th, 1849
    12. Zachary Taylor (W-LA): March 4th, 1849-July 9th, 1850
    13. Millard Fillmore (W-NY): July 9th, 1850-March 4th, 1853
    14. Franklin Pierce (D-NH): March 4th, 1853-March 4th, 1857
    15. James Buchanan (D-PA): March 4th, 1857-March 4th, 1861
    16. Abraham Lincoln (R-IL): March 4th, 1861-March 4th, 1865
    17. Horatio Seymour (D-NY): March 4th, 1865-March 4th, 1869
    18. Thomas Andrews Hendricks (D-IN): March 4th, 1869-March 4th, 1873
    19. George Washington Woodward (D-PA): March 4th, 1873-May 10th, 1875
    20. Samuel Sullivan Cox (D-OH): May 10th, 1875-March 4th, 1877
    21. Samuel Jones Tilden (D-NY): March 4th, 1877-March 4th, 1881
    22. James Gillespie Blaine (R-ME): March 4th, 1881-March 4th, 1885
    23. Winfield Scott Hancock (D-PA): March 4th, 1885-February 9th, 1886
    24. Stephen Grover Cleveland (D-NY): February 9th, 1886-March 4th, 1889
    25. Thomas Brackett Reed (D-ME): March 4th, 1889-March 4th, 1897
    26. Alfred Thayer Mahan (D-NY): March 4th, 1897-March 4th, 1905
    27. Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich (D-RI): March 4th, 1905-March 4th, 1913
    28. Theodore Roosevelt (D-NY): March 4th, 1913-March 4th, 1921
    29. Upton Beall Sinclair, Jr. (S-NJ): March 4th, 1921-March 4th, 1929
    30. Hosea Blackford (S-DA): March 4th, 1929-March 4th, 1933
    31. Herbert Clark Hoover (D-CA): March 4th, 1933-February 1st, 1937
    32. Alfred Emanuel Smith Jr. (S-NY): February 1st, 1937-March 27th, 1942
    33. Charles W. La Follette (S-WI): March 27th, 1942-February 1st, 1945
    34. Thomas Edmund Dewey (D-NY): February 1st, 1945-February 1st, 1953
    35. Harry S. Truman (D-MO): February 1st, 1953-February 1st, 1961

    36. Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr. (S-MN): February 1st, 1961-February 1st, 1973
    37. Joshua Blackford (D-NY): February 1st, 1973-February 1st, 1981
    38. Morgan Reynolds (R-BC): February 1st, 1981-February 1st, 1989
    39. Leo Enos (S-MA): February 1st, 1989-February 1st, 1993
    37. Thurston DeFrancis (D-CA): February 1st, 1993-February 1st, 1997
    38. Patrick Gutierrez (R-NM): February 1st, 1997-

    I'll continue this later...
     
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  10. Turquoise Blue Blossoming Tibby!

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    Joshua Blackford (D-NY)/James Rhodes (D-OH): 393 EV
    Terrance Hobson (S-CA)/Charles Piatek (S-MI): 159 EV
    Philip Ioannidis (R-NV)/Marcus Svendsen (R-DA): 18 EV

    The Democrats are back, and its with a bang!
     
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  11. jycee Well-Known Member

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    Sweet maps Turquoise Blue
     
  12. Poor Little Rhode Island Well-Known Member

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    Turquoise Blue ---

    You at all interested in making some Electoral maps for me, based on my TL elections in USA and CSA?
     
  13. Petike Sky Pirate Extraordinaire

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    Well, gang, I have some good news.

    David has won a Turtledove for this TL in the Best Continuing FanFic category ! :cool:

    Congratulations to the author (and all the people who've helped with this project so far) ! :) It took a while, but this TL has finally received the attention it deserved.

    Once again, congratulations.
     
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  14. ZincOxide Well-Known Member

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    I like how Alberta even in this TL is still generally more conservative than its neighboring states. :p
     
  15. CaliBoy1990 A bright future is still possible! =)

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    Congrats indeed, Dave. :D
     
  16. Poor Little Rhode Island Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations, David!!
     
  17. jycee Well-Known Member

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    Probably has to do with the David following Turtledove's avoidance of certain cultural butterflies - like British Columbia still being called British Columbia as a state and not just Columbia. To the fact that regardless, Alberta has oil and would indeed be more fiscally conservative regardless.
     
  18. Matt Wiser Well-Known Member

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    My congratulations, David!
     
  19. FickleCrossroad Dormant Poet

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    Congrats, DBE!!!
     
  20. David bar Elias Well-Known Member

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    Good to hear! :) Thank you to everyone who voted. I'm glad that this ATL warranted the award.

    With Alberta, I imagined that most of the US settlers who arrived in the former province generally came from conservative parts of the US, especially the Rocky Mountain West. One thing that I wanted to avoid with the Canadian states in TTL was having them all vote as a bloc for one political party.

    Thanks everyone! I'm hoping that you'll enjoy the 2000s update. :)
     
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