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Nothing but Schadenfreude: A Test Thread

rosa

Well-known member
1789 - 1797: General George Washington (Non-Partisan)
1788 def. Minister John Adams (Federalist), Secretary John Jay (Federalist), State Justice Robert Harrison (Federalist), Fmr. Governor John Rutledge (Federalist), Governor John Hancock (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Anti-Federalist)
1792 def. Vice President John Adams (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Democratic-Republican), Secretary Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)

1797 - 1801: Vice President John Adams (Federalist)
1796 def. Secretary Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican), Minister Thomas Pinckney (Federalist), Senator Aaron Burr (Democratic-Republican), Governor Samuel Adams (Democratic-Republican), Justice Oliver Ellsworth (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Democratic-Republican)

1801 - 1809: Vice President Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1800 def. Fmr. Senator Aaron Burr (Democratic-Republican), President John Adams (Federalist), Fmr. Minister Charles C. Pinckney (Federalist)

1804 (with George Clinton) def. Fmr. Minister Charles C. Pinckney (Federalist)

1809 - 1817: Secretary James Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1808 (with George Clinton) def. Fmr. Minister Charles C. Pinckney (Federalist)
1812 (with Elbridge Gerry) def. Mayor DeWitt Clinton (Democratic-Republican, endorsed by Federalists)

1817 - 1825: Secretary James Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1816 (with Daniel D. Tompkins) def. Senator Rufus King (Federalist)

1820 (with Daniel D. Tompkins) def. unopposed

1825 - 1828: Secretary John Quincy Adams (Democratic-Republican)
1824 (with John C. Calhoun) def. Senator Andrew Jackson (Democratic-Republican), Secretary William H. Crawford (Democratic-Republican), Speaker Henry Clay (Democratic-Republican)
1828 - 1829: President John Quincy Adams (National Republican)


1829 - 1837: Fmr. Senator Andrew Jackson (Democratic)
1828 (with John C. Calhoun) def. President John Quincy Adams (National Republican)
1832 (with Martin Van Buren) def. Senator Henry Clay (National Republican), Governor John Floyd (Nullifier), Fmr. Attorney General William Wirt (Anti-Masonic)

1837 - 1841: Vice President Martin Van Buren (Democratic)
1836 (with Richard M. Johnson) def. Fmr. Senator William Henry Harrison (Whig), Senator Hugh L. White (Whig), Senator Daniel Webster (Whig), Senator Willie P. Magnum (Whig)


1841 - 1841: Fmr. Senator William Henry Harrison (Whig)
1840 (with John Tyler) def. President Martin Van Buren (Democratic)

1841 - 1845: Vice President John Tyler (Whig)

1845 - 1849:




ffad6d
7ed664


1961 - 1965: Vice President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1960 (with Walter Judd) def. Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), Senator James Eastland (Mutant Control)

1965 - 1967: Ret. Superhero Steve Rogers (Democratic)
1964 (with Mike Mansfield) def. Senator James Eastland (Mutant Control), Senator Joseph McRooter (Republican)

1967 - 1973: Vice President Mike Mansfield (Democratic)

1968 (with Sharon Carter) def. Fmr. Vice President Walter Judd (Republican), Fmr. Senator Robert Kelly (Mutant Control)

1973 - 1981: Fmr. President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1972 (with John Tower) def.

1976 (with John Tower) def.

1981 - 1993: President Richard Nixon (Non-Partisan)
1980 (with Thaddeus Ross) def.
1984 (with Thaddeus Ross) def.
1988 (with Robert Redford) def.

1993 - 1993: Vice President Robert Redford (Non-Partisan)
1993 - 1997:

1997 - 2001: Ret. Superhero Kitty Pryde (American Legacy)


Federalist: ffad6d
Anti-Federalist: 9ae164
Democratic-Republican: 7ed664
National Republican: dd7a60
Whig: 116fa2

Democratic: e1a842
Republican: 5cc3d1
Mutant Control: d16dd1
Independent: a6ac9b
This looks like a hot fucking mess so far lmao
 

Meppo

Well-known member
1789 - 1797: General George Washington (Non-Partisan)
1788 def. Minister John Adams (Federalist), Secretary John Jay (Federalist), State Justice Robert Harrison (Federalist), Fmr. Governor John Rutledge (Federalist), Governor John Hancock (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Anti-Federalist)
1792 def. Vice President John Adams (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Old Republican), Secretary Thomas Jefferson (Old Republican)

1797 - 1801: Vice President John Adams (Federalist)
1796 def. Secretary Thomas Jefferson (Old Republican),

1801 - 1809:

1809 - 1817:




1961 - 1965:
Vice President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1960 (with Walter Judd) def. Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), Senator James Eastland (Mutant Control)

1965 - 1967: Ret. Superhero Steve Rogers (Democratic)
1964 (with Mike Mansfield) def. Senator James Eastland (Mutant Control), Senator Joseph McRooter (Republican)

1967 - 1973: Vice President Mike Mansfield (Democratic)

1968 (with Sharon Carter) def. Fmr. Vice President Walter Judd (Republican), Fmr. Senator Robert Kelly (Mutant Control)

1973 - 1981: Fmr. President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1972 (with John Tower) def.

1976 (with John Tower) def.

1981 - 1993: President Richard Nixon (Non-Partisan)
1980
1984 (Thaddeus Ross) def.
1988 (Thaddeus Ross) def.


Federalist: ffad6d
Anti-Federalist: 9ae164
Democratic-Republican: 7ed664

Democratic: e1a842
Republican: 5cc3d1
Mutant Control: d16dd1
Independent: a6ac9b
I wonder where is (future Mayor of New York?) J. Jonah Jameson after 1964 🤔
 

Comrade Izaac

Well-known member
Example: Charles Evers (Republican)[won]

1.
2.
3. Herman Cain (Republican) [won]
4. Jagmeet Singh (Farmer-Labor-Socialist) [Won]
5. Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Popular) [lost]
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. Ferdinand Lee Barrett (Liberty) [lost]
 

Walpurgisnacht

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Location
Banned from the forum
Pronouns
He/Him
Example: Charles Evers (Republican)[won]

1.
2. Stephen Douglass (Liberty) [lost]
3. Herman Cain (Republican) [won]
4. Jagmeet Singh (Farmer-Labor-Socialist) [Won]
5. Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Popular) [lost]
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. Ferdinand Lee Barrett (Liberty) [lost]
 

Time Enough

"Enthusiastic Cis Male Partner"
Pronouns
He/Him
1. Golda Mabovitch (Farmer-Labor-Socialist) [won]
2. Stephen Douglass (Liberty) [lost]
3. Herman Cain (Republican) [won]
4. Jagmeet Singh (Farmer-Labor-Socialist) [Won]
5. Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Popular) [lost]
6. Charles Curtis (Republican) [won]
7.
8.
9.
10. Ferdinand Lee Barrett (Liberty) [lost]
 
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