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Nothing but Schadenfreude: A Test Thread

rosa

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Gonna add Bernie for Edwards but idk where to begin for the Republican endorsements
 

rosa

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Results of the 2016 Presidential Election, First Round

Fmr. Pres. Hillary Clinton (Liberal Democratic): 24.28%
Businessman Donald Trump (Excellence): 20.12%

Senator Bernie Sanders (Independent): 18.96%
Senator Ted Cruz (God, Guns, and America): 11.23%
Fmr. Governor Gary Johnson (Libertarian): 6.44%
Governor John Kasich (Tuesday Group): 6.16%
Senator Marco Rubio (Young Turks): 5.05%
Other Candidates: 12.73%
 
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rosa

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The Sumner of Love

1841 - 1841: General William Henry Harrison (Whig)

1840 (with John Tyler) def. President Martin Van Buren (Democratic)


1841 - 1842: Vice President John Tyler (Acting)

1842 - 1849: Senator Henry Clay (Whig)

1842 (with Theodore Frelinghuysen) def. Fmr. President Martin Van Buren (Democratic), Acting President John Tyler (Democratic-Republican)

1844 (with Theodore Frelinghuysen) def. Senator Lewis Cass (Democratic)

1849 - 1850: Fmr. Secretary Daniel Webster (Whig)
1848 (with William H. Seward) def. Senator James Buchanan (Democratic), Fmr. President Martin Van Buren (Free Soil)


1850 - 1851: Vice President William H. Seward (Acting)

1851 - 1853: Senator Stephen Douglas (Democratic)

1851 (with William R. King) def. Acting President William H. Seward (Whig)


1853 - Present: Senator Charles Sumner (Whig)
1852 (with John McLean) def. President Stephen Douglas (Democratic), Senator George Troup (States' Rights)


~~ 1853: Beginning of the American Civil War ~~
 
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rosa

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Results of the 2016 Presidential Election (November 8, 2016)

Intelligence Officer Evan McMullin (IND-UT) /
Journalist Mindy Finn (IND-DC): 6 EVs, 0.78%
Fmr. Secretary Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA): 261 EVs, 47.28%
Businessman Donald Trump (R-NY) / Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ): 260 EVs, 45.01%
Fmr. Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM) / Fmr. Governor Bill Weld (L-MA): 0 EVs, 5.26%
Other Candidates: 11 EVs, 1.67%
 
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rosa

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Results of the 2016 Presidential Election (January 3-9, 2017)

Intelligence Officer Evan McMullin (IND-UT): 26 delegations,
158 Representatives (36.32%)
Fmr. Secretary Hillary Clinton (D-NY): 14 delegations, 172 Representatives (39.5%)
Businessman Donald Trump (R-NY): 9 delegations, 101 Representatives (23.22%)
Abstentions/Vacancies: 0 delegations, 4 Representatives (0.92%)


Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ): 50 Senators
Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA): 49 Senators
Abstentions/Vacancies: 1 Senator
 
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Results of the 2016 Presidential Election (January 3-9, 2017)

Intelligence Officer Evan McMullin (IND-UT): 26 delegations,
158 Representatives (36.32%)
Fmr. Secretary Hillary Clinton (D-NY): 14 delegations, 172 Representatives (39.5%)
Businessman Donald Trump (R-NY): 9 delegations, 101 Representatives (23.22%)
Abstentions/Vacancies: 0 delegations, 4 Representatives (0.92%)


Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ): 50 Senators
Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA): 49 Senators
Abstentions/Vacancies: 1 Senator
Who is this vacency?
 

rosa

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1969 - 1973: Fmr. Vice President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1968 (with Spiro Agnew) def. Vice President Hubert Humphrey (Democratic), Governor George Wallace (American Independent)

1972 (with Spiro Agnew) def. Fmr. Vice Pres. Hubert Humphrey (Democratic), Faithless Elector for John Hospers

1973 - 1975: Vice President Spiro Agnew (Republican)
(with Melvin Laird)

1975 - 1977: Vice President Melvin Laird (Republican)
(with John Connally)


1977 - 1985: Senator George McGovern (Democratic)
1976 (with Reubin Askew) def. Fmr. Governor Ronald Reagan (Republican), Fmr. Governor Tom McCall (Third), Faithless Electors for Roger McBride

1980 (with Reuben Askew) def. Fmr. CIA Director George Bush (Republican), Fmr. Senator Eugene McCarthy (Third)

1985 - 1985: Senator Frank Church (Democratic)
1984 (with Daniel Moynihan) def. Fmr. Vice President John Connally (Republican), Faithless Elector for Ronald Reagan
 
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Mumby

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Location
Municipal Commune of Bourne
Pronouns
He/Him
1969 - 1973: Fmr. Vice President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1968 (with Spiro Agnew) def. Vice President Hubert Humphrey (Democratic), Governor George Wallace (American Independent)

1972 (with Spiro Agnew) def. Fmr. Vice Pres. Hubert Humphrey (Democratic), Faithless Elector for John Hospers

1973 - 1975: Vice President Spiro Agnew (Republican)
1975 - 1977: Vice President Melvin Laird (Republican)

1977 - 1985: Senator George McGovern (Democratic)

1976 (with Reubin Askew) def. Fmr. Governor Ronald Reagan (Republican), Fmr. Governor Tom McCall (Third), Faithless Electors for Roger McBride

1980 (with Reuben Askew) def. Fmr. CIA Director George Bush (Republican), Fmr. Senator Eugene McCarthy (Third)

1985 - 1985: Senator Frank Church (Democratic)
1984 (with Daniel Moynihan) def. Fmr. Vice President John Connally (Republican), Faithless Elector for Ronald Reagan
wait when was connally vp
 

rosa

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The American Troubles (2021 - present)

2017 - 2021: Fmr. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton (Democratic)

2016 (with Tim Kaine; 303 EVs) def. Businessman Donald J. Trump (Republican; 228 EVs), Various Faithless Electors (7 EVs)


2021 - 2025: Senator John James (Republican)
2020 (with Nikki Haley; 265 EVs) def. President Hillary Clinton (Democratic; 251 EVs), Electors Unable to be Certified (21 EVs), Faithless Elector for Tulsi Gaboard (1 EV), Rep. Justin Amash (Libertarian; 0 EVs)
 
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rosa

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"Introducing a Historical and Political Oddity: Madame President!"
(inspired by @theev)

1937 - 1941: Senator Alf Landon (Republican)
1936 (with Frank Knox) def. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic), Senator Burton K. Wheeler (New Deal for All)


1941 - 1947: Senator Huey P. Long (Democratic)
1940 (with James Farley) def. President Alf Landon (Republican)

1944 (with Hattie Caraway) def. General Douglas MacArthur (Republican), Governor Benjamin Laney (States' Rights)
1947 - 1949: Vice President Hattie Caraway (Democratic)

1949 - 1952: Senator Robert A. Taft (Republican)
1948 (with Hattie Caraway) def. Fmr. President Huey P. Long (Share our Wealth), Governor James F. Byrnes (Democratic)

1952 - 1953: Vice President Hattie Caraway (Share our Wealth)

1953 - present: Governor Thomas E. Dewey (Republican)

1952 (with William Knowland) def. Senator Eleanor Roosevelt (Democratic), President Hattie Caraway (Share our Wealth), Fmr. Governor Jimmie Davis (States' Rights)
 
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rosa

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"The voting public of America seem to be in a rather anti-electability mood today, as Representative and Republican nominee, Althea Garrison, has narrowly clinched the state of Texas against her two opponents, Governor Dukakis and Representative Traficant"
 
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