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Recent content by Heat

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    Alternative Alternate Leaders of the Labour Party

    Seddon seems like the easiest of these four - he unsuccessfully ran for the Labour nomination on Stoke-on-Trent South in 2005 and, unlike his prior attempt in Ogmore and later attempt in Stoke Central, doesn't seem to have had any trouble from Labour HQ in that instance.
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    New moderator: Redolegna

    Congratulations, @Redolegna !
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    Liberal Party after larger 1966 Labour victory

    In 1966, Labour under Harold Wilson won a large majority of 96, and came close to winning seats such as Bath, Truro, Yeovil, Cheltenham, Isle of Ely, Hereford, Colchester, or South Gloucestershire (much of which is now covered by Thornbury and Yate), which went on to became areas of Liberal...
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    Election maps and assorted others

    I suppose it would be fairly quick to do?
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    The Caedite Infobox and Graphics Thread

    This is quite late, but I think this is because, if you change the percentages for Scotland but don't change the national ones, the results across the board will change because you're basically asking it to spread the same number of votes around the country in a different way.
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    Election maps and assorted others

    Beautiful.
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    Mazda's Maps and Mwikiboxes

    You missed the Portuguese Earth Party.
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    Mazda's Maps and Mwikiboxes

    Relatable.
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    Mazda's Maps and Mwikiboxes

    You should do the National League Party, whose wiki page contains a sentence I've always appreciated:
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    don't we all want to be loved?

    don't we all want to be loved?
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    WI: Newt Gingrich primaried in 1992?

    In 1992, Newt Gingrich, then House Minority Whip, faced a primary challenge from Georgia State Rep Herman Clark, who attacked him for his involvement in the House banking scandal, and won by only 980 votes. What if that primary goes the other way? What does the GOP look like without a man who...
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    Bigger CCF Surge in 1945 Canadian election

    @Dan1988 I've never really understood what the Bloc populaire actually stood for - were they actually that ideologically close to the CCF that neither side would consider it a total non-starter?
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    Bigger CCF Surge in 1945 Canadian election

    I mean, Trudeau père did at first IOTL.
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    I know if I go I'll die happy tonight

    I know if I go I'll die happy tonight
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    Election maps and assorted others

    you sexy beast