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Elections in the DoD TL

All important elections in the Decades of Darkness TL since the POD in 1809.

Elections in the *USA

Listing in the form:

Party; Presidential candidate / Running mate; electoral votes. Winners are listed first.

Election of 1812

Democratic-Republicans: James Madison (Virginia) / ?

Election of 1816

Democratic-Republicans: James Wilkinson (Louisiana) / James Monroe (Virginia)

Election of 1820

Democratic-Republicans: James Wilkinson (Louisiana) / James Monroe (Virginia)

Wilkinson dies in office (12 March 1824), James Monroe becomes new president.

Election of 1824

Democratic-Republicans: John C. Calhoun (South Carolina)

Democratic-Republicans: James Monroe (Virginia)

Democratic-Republicans: Andrew Jackson (Tennessee)

Democratic-Republicans: Henry Clay (Kentucky)

Democratic-Republicans: William H. Crawford (Georgia)

Andrew Jackson received the greatest number of electoral votes, but John C. Calhoun is elected the 7th President of the United States. James Monroe is returned as Vice-President.

Election of 1828

Democrats: Andrew Jackson (Tennessee) / Richard Rush (Pennsylvania)

?

Election of 1832

Democrats: Andrew Jackson (Tennessee) / William Cabel Rives (Virginia)

Patriots: ?

Election of 1836

Democrats: Andrew Jackson (Tennessee) / James Knox Polk (North Carolina)

Patriots: Robert Young Hayne (South Carolina) / ?

Election of 1840

Patriots: Willie Person Mangum (North Carolina) / George Mifflin Dallas (Pennsylvania)

Democrats: James Knox Polk (North Carolina) / ?

Election of 1844

Patriots: Willie Person Mangum (North Carolina) / Lewis Cass (Ohio)

Mangum died 24 January 1847 after being assassinated, Cass becomes president.

Election of 1848

Patriots: Lewis Cass (Ohio) / Samuel Houston (East Texas)

Democrats: ?

Election of 1852

Patriots: Lewis Cass (Ohio) / Samuel Houston (East Texas) - 254

Democrats: James Guthrie (Kentucky) - 67

Election of 1856

Democrats: Jefferson Davis (West Florida) / ? - 166

Patriots: Samuel Houston (East Texas) / ? - 141

Freedom Party: John Bell (Tennessee) / ? - 12

Election of 1860

Democrats: Jefferson Davis (West Florida) / Abraham Myers (South Carolina) - 215

Patriots: Charles Faulkner (Virginia) / Governor William Travis (North California) - 178

Freedom Party: Salmon Chase (Westsylvania) / ? - 16

Davis assassinated on 2 March 1863, Myers becomes first Jewish president of the *USA.

Election of 1864

Democrats: Abraham Myers (South Carolina) / Joseph Holt (Kentucky) - 214

Patriots: William Travis / James Robinson (Ohio) - 201

Election of 1868

Patriots: Hugh Griffin (Illinois) / ? - 254

Democrats: Joseph Holt (Kentucky) / ? - 164

Election of 1872

Patriots: Hugh Griffin (Illinois) / ?

Democrats: ?

Election of 1876

Democrats: William Leland (Virginia) / ?

Patriots: ?

Election of 1880

Patriots: Thomas Corbin (Kentucky) / ? - 252

Democrats: Wade Hampton III (South Carolina) / ? - 241

Election of 1884

Patriots: Thomas Corbin (Kentucky) / David Richards (Louisiana)

Democrats: ?

Thomas Corbin dies from a heart attack (3 May 1887), David Richards becomes the 16th President of the United States.

Election of 1888

Democrats: Edward Mahan (Virginia) / Lewis Mitchell (Westsylvania) - 273

Patriots: David Richards (Louisiana) / ? - 241

Election of 1892

Democrats: Edward Mahan (Virginia) / Luis Terrazas (Chihuahua) - 381

Patriots: Charles Ramsey (North Carolina) / John H. Watson (North California) - 79

Populists: William Shipstead (Wilkinson) / Matthew Flinders (Kansas) - 56

Reform Party: Emilio Canalizo (Veracruz) / Adolfo de Vega (East Cuba) - 0

Election of 1896

Democrats: Lyndon Hughes (Georgia) / James Hilliard (Kansas)

Patriots: ?

Populists: ?

Election of 1900

Democrats: Mark Darrow (Jefferson) / Lewis Mitchell (Westsylvania)

Unionists: ?

Darrow is elected but dies of a heart attack on 18 December, leaving the Vice-President-elect to replace Hughes as the 19th President.

Election of 1904

Democrats: Lewis Mitchell (Westsylvania) / ?

Unionists: ?

Election of 1908

Unionists: Charles Bull / John Leggett

Democrats: Edward Montgomery / ?

Election of 1912

Unionists: Andrew Vermillion (South California) / ?

Democrats: Wade Hampton IV (South Carolina) / ?

Election of 1916

Unionists: Andrew Vermillion (South California) / ?

Democrats: ?

Election of 1920

Unionists: Donald Bellamy (Louisiana) / Colin Michaels (South California)

Democrats: Nathan Piper (Virginia) / ?

(Bellamy died during his term on 14 August 1923.)

Election of 1924

Democrats: Harlan Porter (Kentucky) / ?

Unionists: Colin Michaels (South California) / Henry Fitzsimmons Lee (Virginian)

Election of 1928

Democrats: Harlan Porter (Kentucky) / ?

Unionists: ?

Election of 1932

Unionists: Alvar O'Brien / ?

Democrats: Jefferson Caden / ?

Elections in New England

Elections of 1814

Federalists: De Witt Clinton (New York) / Chauncey Goodrich (Connecticut)

Elections of 1818

Federalists: Harrison Gray Otis (Massachusetts) / Samuel Whittlesey Dana (Connecticut)

Republicans: John Quincy Adams (Massachusetts) / ?

Elections of 1822

Federalists: Samuel Whittlesey Dana (Connecticut) / Nathan Sanford (New York, Republicans!)

Republicans: John Quincy Adams (Massachusetts) / ?

Elections of 1826

Republicans: Nathan Sanford (New York) / Charles Cutts (New Hampshire)

Federalists: ?

Elections of 1830

Federalists: Horatio Seymour (Vermont) / Thomas Jackson Oakley (New York)

Republicans: ?

Elections of 1834

Federalists: Thomas Jackson Oakley (New York) / Edward Everett (Massachusetts)

Republicans: ?

Elections of 1838

Federalists: Edward Everett (Massachusetts) / Daniel Webster (New Hampshire)

Republicans: ?

Elections of 1842

Federalists: Daniel Webster (New Hampshire) / George Nixon Briggs (Massachusetts)

Republicans: ?

Elections of 1846

Republicans: Martin van Buren (New York) / Roger Sherman Baldwin (Connecticut)

Federalists: ?

Elections of 1850

Federalists: Robert Charles Winthrop (Massachusetts) / ? - 70

Republicans: William Lewis Dayton (New Jersey) / Milliard Fillmore (New York) - 71

Radical Party: Thomas Wilson Dorr (Rhode Island) / Charles Francis Adams - 2

Election decided by House of Representatives. Robert Charles Winthrop becomes president, but Milliard Fillmore is vice president!

Elections of 1854

Republicans: Franklin Pierce (New Hampshire) / Milliard Fillmore (New York) - 85

Federalists: John Staniford Robinson (Vermont) / Hannibal Hamlin (Maine) - 53

Radical Party: Thomas Wilson Dorr (Rhode Island) / Thaddeus Stevens (Vermont) - 5

Elections of 1858

Radicals: Abraham Lincoln (New York) / Hannibal Hamlin (Maine) - 65

Federalists: Emory Washburn (Massachusetts) / Chauncey Fitch Cleveland (Connecticut) - 56

Republicans: Milliard Fillmore (New York) / Daniel Haines (New Jersey) - 28

Election decided by Congress, Lincoln becomes president.

Elections of 1862

Republicans: Daniel Haines (New Jersey) / William Seward (New York) - 70

Radicals: Hannibal Hamlin (Maine) / Thaddeus Stevens (Vermont) - 37

Federalists: Henry Longfellow (Maine) / Horatio Seymour (New York) - 50

Election decided by Congress, Haines becomes president.

Elections of 1866

Republicans: William Seward (Niagara) / Phineas Barnum (Connecticut) - 63

Federalists: Horatio Seymour (Hudson) / Connor Bates (Massachusetts) - 69

Radicals: John Speed (Michigan) / William Harrison (New Hampshire) - 30

Election decided by Congress, Seward becomes president.

William Seward dies in office in 1871. Phineas Barnum becomes the 16th President of New England.

Elections of 1872

Republicans: Phineas Barnum (Connecticut) / Dwight Parker (New Jersey)

Federalists: ?

Radicals: ?

Elections of 1878

Radicals: John Adams IV (Michigan) / Peter Vancouver (Hudson) - 86

Republicans: William Vanderbilt (Long Island) / Dwight Parker (New Jersey) - 47

Federalists: Arthur Strong (Massachusetts) / Charles Hastings Doyle (Nova Scotia) - 35

Elections of 1884

Federalists: Stephen Jay Gould (Hudson) / Cornelius Montgomery (New Hampshire) - 85

Republicans: Dwight Parker (New Jersey) / John Hunter (Long Island) - 12

Radicals: Henry Gallinger (Niagara) / Jacob Kyle (Rhode Island) - 71

Elections of 1890

Radicals: John Hunter (Long Island) / J. Baird Weaver (Niagara) - 108

Federalists: Cornelius Montgomery (New Hampshire) / Mark Anthony (Connecticut) - 63

Elections of 1896

Radicals: J. Baird Weaver (Niagara) / Timothy Vanderbilt (Connecticut)

Federalists: ?

Elections of 1902

Federalists: Nicholas Forbes (Hudson) / John Lowell Lodge (Vermont) - 97

Radicals: Eugene Hale (Maine) / Timothy Pickering Diamond (New Hampshire) - 86

Elections of 1908

Radicals: Lemuel John Tweedie (New Brunswick) / ?

Federalists: George Meyer (Massachusetts) / ?

Elections of 1914

Radicals: John Dewey / ?

Federalists: ?

United Democrats: John Astor / ?

Elections of 1920

Radicals: Calvin Franklin (Niagara) / Henry Cornwall

Socialists: Leroy Abbard / ?

United Democrats / Vitalists: Timothy Powell / ?

Federalists: ?

Cornwall dies in August 1923. No new Vice President appointed.

Franklin is impeached on 6 June 1925, President pro tempore of the Senate Conrad Dalton (Federalist) becomes President.

Elections of 1926

Shane Mullins (Vitalists) elected unopposed.

Elections in Germany

Election of 1871

246 Liberal Democrats (strong in the smaller states, in the south-west and the Netherlands)

142 Prussian Conservatives

120 Austrian Peoples Party (moderate conservatives, in strong support of Franz Josef and further integration)

40 Bavarian Peoples Party (moderate conservatives, for some autonomy of Bavaria)

36 Radical-Democrats

62 Regionalists (ethnic minorities in Bohemia/Moravia, the Padanian plain and Wallonia)

92 different regional conservative parties

90 splinter groups and independents

782 Total

Election of 1886

274 [National] Liberals

51 Radical Liberals

34 Prussian Conservatives

108 Austrian People’s Party

84 Coalition of Socialist and Workers Parties

39 Christian Social Party

26 Christian Peoples Party

44 Regionalist (ethnic) parties

28 Bavarian Peoples Party

86 local conservative parties

47 independent candidates

821 Total

Election of 1891

128 United Conservatives

310 Alliance of National-Liberals & Peoples Parties

154 Alliance of Socialist & Workers Parties

53 Christian Social Party

51 Christian Peoples Party

64 Small Peasants League

39 regionalist parties

29 independents

829 Total

Election of 1896

117 Conservatives

268 National Liberal & Peoples Parties

143 Party of Labour

47 Coalition of Radical Socialist Parties

70 Christian Social Party

74 Christian Peoples Party

69 Small Peasants League

28 regionalists

12 independents

829 Total

Election of 1901

131 Conservatives

244 National Liberal Peoples Party

169 German Party of Labour

55 Radical Socialist Parties

61 Christian Social Party

55 Christian Peoples Party

74 Small Peasants League

26 regionalists

4 independents

820 Total

Election of 1906

102 Conservatives

203 National Liberal Peoples Party

237 German Party of Labour

64 Socialist Workers Party

69 Christian Social Party

47 Christian Peoples Party

74 Small Peasants League

19 regionalists

3 independents

820 Total

timelines/elections_decades_of_darkness.txt · Last modified: 2010/05/07 06:07 by Max Sinister