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1933-1937: Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1932 (with John Nance Garner) def. Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1937-1940: William Borah (Republican)
1936 (with Hamilton Fish III) def. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic), Huey P. Long (Union)
1940-1941: Hamilton Fish III (Republican)
1941-1949: Charles Lindbergh (Democratic)
1940 (vacant); Huey P. Long (Democratic) def. Hamilton Fish III (Republican), Henry A. Wallace (Farmer-Labor)
1944 (with Burton K. Wheeler) def. Gerald P. Nye (Republican)

1949-1961: Gerald L.K. Smith (Democratic)
1948 (with Francis E. Walter) def. Earl Warren (Republican)
1952 (with Francis E. Walter) def. Robert A. Taft (Republican)
1956 (with Estes Kefauver) def. scattered Republican candidates

1961-1969: Billy James Hargis (Democratic)
1960 (with Joe Kennedy Jr.) def. effectively unopposed
1964 (with Gerald Ford) def.
effectively unopposed
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Yippie to Yuppie:

Richard Nixon (Republican) 1969-1974
Sam Yorty (Republican) 1974-1977

1968 Def. (with Spiro Agnew) Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) George Wallace (American Independent)
1972 Def. (with Spiro Agnew) Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) Jerry Rubin (Peace)
Mo Udall (Democratic) 1977-1981
Def. (with William Dorn) Sam Yorty (Republican) Charles Mathais (Independent Republican)
Sam Yorty (Republican) 1981-1985
Def. (with Donald Rumsfeld) Mo Udall (Democratic) Howard Jarvis (Taxpayers)
Jerry Rubin (Democratic) 1985-1993
1984 Def. (with Owen Bieber) Donald Rumsfeld (Republican)
1988 Def. (with Owen Bieber) Mark Siljander (Republican) Ed Brooke (Independent)
Mike McKevitt (Republican) 1993-1995
James H. Brickley (Republican) 1995-1997
Def. (with James H. Brickley) Richard Stearns (Democratic) Walter Hickel (Unity)
Wayne Dowdy (Democratic) 1997-2005
1996 Def. (with Howard Dean) James Brickley (Republican)
2000 Def. (with Howard Dean) Steve Forbes (Independent) Ron Paul (Republican)

Chuck Hagel (Republican) 2005-2013
2004 Def. (with Herbert London) Jill Docking (Democratic) Steve Forbes (American)
2008 Def. (with Herbert London) David Minge (Democratic) William Scranton III (American)

Herbert London (Republican) 2013-2017
2016 Def. (with Jon Oxendine) Howard Dean (Democratic)
Susan Wismer (Democratic) 2017-????
Def. (with Ken Salazar) Herbert London (Republican) Bob Healey (Cool Moose)
 

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Yippie to Yuppie:

Richard Nixon (Republican) 1969-1974
Sam Yorty (Republican) 1974-1977

1968 Def. (with Spiro Agnew) Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) George Wallace (American Independent)
1972 Def. (with Spiro Agnew) Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) Jerry Rubin (Peace)
Mo Udall (Democratic) 1977-1981
Def. (with William Dorn) Sam Yorty (Republican) Charles Mathais (Independent Republican)
Sam Yorty (Republican) 1981-1985
Def. (with Donald Rumsfeld) Mo Udall (Democratic) Howard Jarvis (Taxpayers)
Jerry Rubin (Democratic) 1985-1993
1984 Def. (with Owen Bieber) Donald Rumsfeld (Republican)
1988 Def. (with Owen Bieber) Mark Siljander (Republican) Ed Brooke (Independent)
Mike McKevitt (Republican) 1993-1995
James H. Brickley (Republican) 1995-1997
Def. (with James H. Brickley) Richard Stearns (Democratic) Walter Hickel (Unity)
Wayne Dowdy (Democratic) 1997-2005
1996 Def. (with Howard Dean) James Brickley (Republican)
2000 Def. (with Howard Dean) Steve Forbes (Independent) Ron Paul (Republican)

Chuck Hagel (Republican) 2005-2013
2004 Def. (with Herbert London) Jill Docking (Democratic) Steve Forbes (American)
2008 Def. (with Herbert London) David Minge (Democratic) William Scranton III (American)

Herbert London (Republican) 2013-2017
2016 Def. (with Jon Oxendine) Howard Dean (Democratic)
Susan Wismer (Democratic) 2017-????
Def. (with Ken Salazar) Herbert London (Republican) Bob Healey (Cool Moose)
He maintained that "wealth creation is the real American revolution."
lmao he really sold out
 

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Comedy is Freedom: Dick Gregory’s Wild Ride to the Presidency

Ronald Reagan (Republican) 1969-1977
1968 Def. (with Claude Kirk) Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) George Wallace (American Independent) Dick Gregory (Peace & Freedom)
1972 Def. (with Claude Kirk)
Henry M. Jackson (Democratic) George Wallace (American Independent)
George Wallace (Democratic) 1977-1985
1976 Def. (with Albert Blumenthal) Claude Kirk (Republican) Pete McCloskey (Progress)
1980 Def. (with Albert Blumenthal) Earl Butz (Republican) William Ojala (Progress)

Evelyn Gandy (Democratic) 1985-1989
Def. (with Baxter Ward) Jim Hightower (Progress) John K. Singlaub (Anti-Communist) Richard Kelly (Republican)
Dick Gregory (Progress) 1989-????
Def. (with Ralph Nader) Evelyn Gandy (Democratic) John K. Singlaub (Republican-Anti-Communist)



Write up coming later
 

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alright we’ve had enough fun lists it’s time to enter the not fun zone:

No Fun Allowed: Richard Nixon and the Sino-Indian War:

Richard Nixon (Republican) 1961-1965
Def. (with Philip Willkie) Adlai Stevenson (Democratic)
Henry M. Jackson (Democratic) 1965-1973
1964 Def. (with Stuart Symington) Richard Nixon (Republican) Ernest Vandiver (Dixiecrat)
1968 Def. (with Robert K. High) Matthew Ridgeway (Republican) Edwin Walker (National)
Phillip Willkie (Republican) 1973-1974
Harold Carswell (Republican) 1974-1977
Def. (with Harold Carswell) Bronson LaFollette (Democratic) Ezra Taft Benson (National)
Clem McSpadden (Democratic) 1977-1985

1976 Def. (with John M. Slack) Harold Carswell (Republican) Zolton Ferency (Human Rights)
1980 Def. (with John M. Slack) Wayne Angell (Republican)
Richard Nixon (Republican) 1985-????

Def. (with Thomas Kindness) Joe Biden (Democratic)
 

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alright we’ve had enough fun lists it’s time to enter the not fun zone:

No Fun Allowed: Richard Nixon and the Sino-Indian War:

Richard Nixon (Republican) 1961-1965
Def. (with Philip Willkie) Adlai Stevenson (Democratic)
Henry M. Jackson (Democratic) 1965-1973
1964 Def. (with Stuart Symington) Richard Nixon (Republican) Ernest Vandiver (Dixiecrat)
1968 Def. (with Robert K. High) Matthew Ridgeway (Republican) Edwin Walker (National)
Phillip Willkie (Republican) 1973-1974
Harold Carswell (Republican) 1974-1977
Def. (with Harold Carswell) Bronson LaFollette (Democratic) Ezra Taft Benson (National)
Clem McSpadden (Democratic) 1977-1985

1976 Def. (with John M. Slack) Harold Carswell (Republican) Zolton Ferency (Human Rights)
1980 Def. (with John M. Slack) Wayne Angell (Republican)
Richard Nixon (Republican) 1985-????

Def. (with Thomas Kindness) Joe Biden (Democratic)
Nixon/Kindness is an unreal ticket
 

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kinda wanting to do a president wayne dowdy tl....

here’s a solid start:
-al gore wins the democratic nomination in 1988, still gets crushed by bush because of some thing or another
-however, gore does better in the south and as a result dowdy is able to beat lott in 1988
-bush wins in 92 somehow, let’s say democrats avoiding a southern candidate and nominating some weird ass mf like jerry brown
-king dowdy wins re-election
-the second bush term goes much worse than the first and some war probably breaks out somewhere
-in 1996 dowdy is able to mix populist appeal and that southern love to win a contested nomination
-profit!
 

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Ho Chi Minh Dies in ‘70:
Richard Nixon (Republican) 1969-1972
Spiro Agnew (Republican) 1972-1973

Def. (with Spiro Agnew) Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) George Wallace (American Independent)
Hubert Humphrey (Democratic) 1973-1975
Reubin Askew (Democratic) 1975-1977
Def. (with Reubin Askew) Spiro Agnew (Republican) John Rarick (American Independent)
Spiro Agnew (Republican) 1977-1978
Lenore Romney (Republican) 1978-1981

Def. (with Lenore Romney) Reubin Askew (Democratic) John Rarick (American Independent)
David Wade (Democratic) 1981-1989
1980 Def. (with James Corman) Lenore Romney (Republican) Larry McDonald (American Independent)
1984 Def. (with James Corman) Bill James (Republican) Ron Paul (American Independent)
Ken Kramer (Republican) 1989-1997
1988 Def. (with Mike Curb) James Corman (Democratic) Ron Paul (American Independent)
1992 Def. (with
Mike Curb) Rebecca Vigil-Giron (Democratic)
Mike Curb (Republican) 1997-2005
1996 Def. (with Tommy Hartnett) Tony Campolo (Democratic)
2000 Def. (with Tommy Hartnett) Jim Folsom Jr. (Democratic) Jim Clymer (American Independent)

Ed Garvey (Democratic) 2005-????
Def. (with Ronnie Musgrove) Tommy Hartnett (Republican) Joe Edwards (Freak Power)

Here’s a rough breakdown of what happens because I’m too lazy to write a full post:

-Ho Chi Minh lives through 1969 and as a result the Sino-Soviet War breaks out into a full scale conflict with weapons of mass destruction (nuclear and chemical) being used throughout the conflict
-As a result Nixon suffers a blow in popularity, largely due to the massive defects on crops that the use of nuclear strikes bring to the entire planet, and also because he’s still Nixon
-Nixon tries to ram a peace deal through in Vietnam before an incredibly destructive midterm, but he bungles it and there’s peace in Vietnam around 1971
-Hubert Humphrey is nominated by the Democratic Party in 1972 who attempt to run a “return to normalcy” campaign against Nixon
-Nixon is down in the polls but ends up getting shot by Bremer and dies
-Despite a slight boost from Nixon’s assassination, Agnew can never fully recover in time for the 72 election and fails to beat Humphrey, although his campaign team does shut down a slight corruption scandal in Baltimore
-Humphrey uses the 70-72 house and senate gains to ram through some cool policies like Universal Healthcare and even Taft-Hartley Reform, but he dies and New South Governor Askew bungles it all up
-Agnew, a surprisingly popular figure for some of his “National Unity” calls throughout 1972 is able to be nominated as a Republican with Michigan governor Lenore Romney
-Agnew pulls out a bigger than expected victory in 76, and is able to bring Republicans back into the White House
-Of course Agnew gets caught with like a cartoon bag of money being handed to him by like Lamar Hunt, and is forced to resign
-The Romney administration does not go well, as Romney faces conservative opposition within her own party, a Revolution in Saudi Arabia tanking the economy, and a still Democratic congress fighting against corruption

-Enter David Wade, the former head of the Louisiana National Guard and also an anti-corruption Democrat swept into office in 1975 as Louisiana was struck with its own corruption crisis. Wade gained national attention for his public fights with corrupt leaders and alliance with the AFLA, which lead to him being a front runner for president as the United States was reeling from a corruption crisis and a 1970s where no president served a full term.
-Of course Wade won, as Republicans struggled to turn out the base for Romney, and Wade entered office a popular man.
-While Wade spent much of his first term fighting for progressive policy (and overseeing the end of the Sino-Soviet War), his age and anger at perceived corruption caused him to become more “eccentric” towards the end. He famously called for the removal of 3 representatives in the house indicted for corruption, he called upon Attorney General Mike Bowers to investigate multiple high ranking officials, often appeared in his old WWII uniform (including once when he appeared in Louisiana to oppose gubernatorial candidate David Duke, where he openly threatened Duke due to his KKK past), attempted to repeal the 22nd amendment, and lead two cabinet purges in 1987 alone after attempts were made at removing Wade through the 25th amendment were blocked by Attorney General Bowers and Senate Pro Tempore Henry M. Jackson. This lead many to compare Wade to a Latin American dictator, especially as he remained popular, but Wade left office constitutionally and with surprisingly high popularity.
-After Wade came a massive storm of Republican support for Kevin Kramer, who ran on a platform of taking America back to the good ol’ days (you know when we weren’t overseeing nuclear conflict or extremely corrupt), and with a popular and attractive California governor on his side, Kramer was able to destroy Democrat James Corman who was unable to whip up the same support as Wade
-The Kramer administration is able to push for some more economically right wing policies, such as cutting Healthcare funding, and pushing for strong drug criminalization policies.
-Kramer was able to shake off a small recession at the beginning of his administration to have a generally popular presidency, even as war broke out in the Middle East and the United States sent troops overseas for the first time since Vietnam
-With this came the election of Mike Curb. While Kramer had been president and a strong advocate for Republican polices, Curb had generally been the most popular part of the administration due to his charisma and furious campaigning against drugs, with this he was widely expected to defeat any Democrat in 1996, which he promptly did as Democrats put up “Christian Democrat” and Pennsylvania Governor Tony Campolo for president
-While Curb’s personal popularity got him two terms, the blowback of a decade of more conservative economics happened as Curb was hit with a recession almost as soon as he was inaugurated for a second time.
-As a result, Democrats put up Ed Garvey, a Wisconsin Democrat with ties to organized Labor who destroyed the Republicans and their nominee Tommy Hartlett, even as a third party candidate, Colorado Governor Joe Edwards split the vote for Democrats. Time will only tell how Garvey’s administration is remembered...
 

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Pavlick & Posadas:

Lyndon B. Johnson/vacant (Democratic) 1961-1965
Lyndon B. Johnson/Orville Freeman (Democratic) 1965-1969

1960 Def. Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge (Republican)
1964 Def.
Barry Goldwater/William Scranton (Republican) unpledged electors (Dixiecrat)
Stephen P. Clark/Kidd Brewer (Democratic) 1969-1973
Def. Lloyd Andrews/John Tower (Republican) Evan Mecham/I. Beverly Lake (National Conservative)
William Momyer/John D. Butler (Republican-[with National Conservative support]) 1973-1977
William Momyer/John D. Butler (Republican) 1977-1981
1972 Def. Stephen P. Clark/Kidd Brewer (Democratic) Jacob K. Javits/Bronson LaFollette (Independent Republican) Paul Jacobs/Alan Sagner (Peace) Jesse Stoner/John G. Crommelin (True National Conservative)
1976 Def. Eugene Locke/Jack Sensenbrenner (Democratic) Ted Walker/Thomas Anderson (National Conservative)
Ken Hahn/William Guy (Democratic) 1981-1989
1980 Def. John D. Butler/Thomas Kleppe (Republican) John G. Schmitz/Clarence Haggard (National Conservative)
1984 Def. Andrew Hinshaw/Frank Marsh (Republican) Jack Gargan/Russell Means (Independent)

Stephen P. Clark/Lee Atwater (Democratic) 1989-1992
Stephen P. Clark/none (Democratic) 1992-1993
Def. Seth Taft/Lewis Lehrman (Republican) Hunter S. Thompson/John Kerry (Freak Power)
Jack Zink/Max Baucus (Republican) 1993-????
1992 Def. Tom Harkin/Buddy Temple (Democratic)
1996 Def. Mike Ward/Vincent Marchiselli (Democratic)

i might make this into a TLIAW
 
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Buddhist Economics, Reaganomics, and Those Clowns Up In Washington:

Ronald Reagan (Republican) 1981-1985
Def. (with Paul Laxalt) Jimmy Carter (Democratic) John B. Anderson (Independent)
Jerry Brown (Democratic) 1985-1989
Def. (with Dale Bumpers) Ronald Reagan (Republican)
Ronald Reagan (Republican) 1989-1993
Def. (with Alan Simpson) Jerry Brown (Democratic)
Jack Gargan (Independent) 1993-1994
Jack Gargan (Let Freedom Ring) 1994-2001

1992 Def. (with Bill Schultz) James Baker (Republican) Bob Kerrey (Democratic)
1996 Def. (with Frank Fasi) Jim Jontz (Democratic) Phil Gramm (Republican)
Jim Mattox (Democratic) 2001-2005
Def. (with Tom Carper) Bill Bradley (Let Freedom Ring) J.C. Watts (Republican) Dick Lamm (Green)
Eric Eidsness (Let Freedom Ring) 2005-2009
Def. (with Bob Healey) Jim Mattox (Democratic) Paul Wolfowitz (Republican) Dick Lamm (Green)
Dwight Evans (Democratic) 2009-2017
2008 Def. (with Dan Hamburg) Eric Eidsness (Let Freedom Ring)
2012 Def. (with Dan Hamburg) Kinky Friedman (Let Freedom Ring) Mark Cuban (Independent)

Eliot Cutler (Let Freedom Ring) 2017-????
Def. (with Charles Barkley) Dan Hamburg (Democratic) John Zerzan (Green)
 

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hey i saw a newspaper clipping of brien mcmahon that involved aliens so i decided to make posadist mcmahon but also with meldrim thompson involved:

Brien McMahon (Democratic) 1953-1957
Brien McMahon (Eternal People’s Revolution-Trotskyist Faction) 1957-1973

1952 Def. (with Mike Moroney) Robert Taft (Republican)
1956 Def. (with Mike Moroney) Douglas McArthur (Republican)
1960 Def. (with Lester Cole) Mike Moroney (Independent [Republican & Democratic exile coalition]) Norman Thomas (Eternal People’s Revolution-Christian Socialist Faction) James Eastland (Independent [Southern Alliance exile leadership])
1964 Def. (with Lester Cole) Gore Vidal (Independent) Joe Foss (Eternal People’s Revolution-Agrarian Faction)

1968 Def. (with Lyndon LaRouche) Lester Cole (Eternal People’s Revolution-Marxist Faction) Roy Disney (Liberal)
Meldrim Thompson (Eternal People’s Revolution-Trotskyist Faction) 1973-1981
1972 Def. (with Donald Fraser) Lyndon Larouche (Eternal People’s Revolution-Left Communist Faction) Jerry Rubin (Independent)
1976 Def. (with Donald Fraser
) Jerry Brown (Eternal People’s Revolution-Christian Socialist Faction)
John Kerry (Eternal People’s Revolution-Opposition Faction) 1981-1983
1980 Def. (with Jerry Brown) Meldrim Thompson (Eternal People’s Revolution-Trotskyist Faction)

As a result of War between the Socialist Southern Union and the United States of America, Second Reconstruction Begins

John Kerry/Ron Dellums/George Wallace (Reconstruction Council) 1983-????
 
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