Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by David bar Elias, Aug 17, 2008.
Not trying to nitpick, but shouldn't it be Hubert Humphrey in the '64 election rather than Horatio?
Oh yes... Um... Look again, you're mistaken!
Ah, so I am. I guess I should have been wearing my glasses after all - that teaches me
That 1964 landslide looks even more impressive than LBJ's, heh.
Its probably because there's a strong third party, and the South, even though its still solidly Democrat, has less states voting.
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!
You sure are a dilligent map maker, TB. If I'll ever need a political map, I'll PM you.
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
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...
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!
Sweet maps Turquoise Blue
Turquoise Blue ---
You at all interested in making some Electoral maps for me, based on my TL elections in USA and CSA?
Well, gang, I have some good news.
David has won a Turtledove for this TL in the Best Continuing FanFic category !
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.
I like how Alberta even in this TL is still generally more conservative than its neighboring states.
Congrats indeed, Dave.
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.
My congratulations, David!
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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