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Not a good election for the "Left" as their candidate Cynthia Nixon floundered. Some say it was because of sexism as the loud Catsimatidis and Scaramucci constantly talked over Nixon, while others say it was because Nixon was too left-wing for New York...

All we know is that she came third and that it was a clear Cats vs. Mooch race. And Catsimatidis won
 

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List of US Senators (after inauguration of 2018 elected Senators)
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Alabama
- Class 2: Doug Jones (Populist), first elected 2008
- Class 3: Luther Strange (Republican), first elected 2010

Alaska
- Class 2: Sarah Palin (Homesteader), first elected 2014 [caucuses with Populists]
- Class 3: Hollis French (Democratic), first elected 2002

Arizona
- Class 1: Meghan McCain (Republican), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Janet Napolitano (Populist), first elected 2010

Arkansas
- Class 2: Conner Eldridge (Populist), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Jim Lendall (National Union), first elected 2016 [caucuses with Democrats]

California
- Class 1: Kevin de Leon (Democratic), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Matt Gonzalez (Democratic), first elected 2004

Colorado
- Class 2: Lang Sias (Republican), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Jared Polis (Democratic-NPL), first elected 2016

Connecticut
- Class 1: Ned Lamont (Democratic), first elected 2006
- Class 3: Mark Boughton (Republican), first elected 2010

Delaware
- Class 1: Bryan Townsend (Democratic), first elected 2012
- Class 2: Lisa Blunt Rochester (Democratic), first elected 2014

Florida
- Class 1: Bill Nelson (Populist), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Charlie Crist (Republican), first elected 2018 (special, next election 2022)

Georgia
- Class 2: Jason Carter (Populist), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Nathan Deal (Populist), first elected 1996

Hawaii
- Class 1: Tulsi Gabbard (Democratic), first elected 2018
- Class 2: Barack Obama (Democratic), first elected 2014

Idaho
- Class 2: Larry LaRocco (Populist), first elected 2008
- Class 3: Butch Otter (Republican), first elected 2009 (special)

Illinois
- Class 2: Glenn Poshard (Populist), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Pat Quinn (Democratic), first elected 1992

Indiana
- Class 1: Joe Donnelly (Populist), first elected 2012
- Class 3: Jill Long Thompson (Populist), first elected 2004

Iowa
- Class 2: Monica Vernon (Populist), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Joni Ernst (Populist), first elected 2016

Kansas
- Class 2: Kathleen Sebelius (Populist), first elected 2006
- Class 3: Lynn Jenkins (Republican), first elected 2016

Kentucky
- Class 2: Greg Fischer (Populist), first elected 2008
- Class 3: Amy McGrath (Populist), first elected 2016

Louisiana
- Class 2: Bobby Jindal (Republican), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Caroline Fayard (Populist), first elected 2016

Maine
- Class 1: Angus King (Populist), first elected 2004
- Class 2: John Baldacci (Democratic), first elected 2008

Maryland
- Class 1: Ben Cardin (Democratic), first elected 2006
- Class 3: Steny Hoyer (Populist), first elected 2010

Massachusetts
- Class 1: Joseph P. Kennedy III (Populist), first elected 2018
- Class 2: Matt Damon (Democratic), first elected 2008

Michigan
- Class 1: Rashida Tlaib (Democratic), first elected 2018
- Class 2: Justin Amash (Republican), first elected 2014

Minnesota
- Class 1: John Marty (Farmer-Labor), first elected 2013 [caucuses with Democrats]
- Class 2: Jesse Ventura (Reform), first elected 2008 [caucuses with Populists]

Mississippi
- Class 1: Travis Childers (Populist), first elected 2006
- Class 2: David Baria (Populist), first elected 2016

Missouri
- Class 1: Austin Petersen (Republican), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Robin Carnahan (Populist), first elected 2010

Montana
- Class 1: Tim Fox (Republican), first elected 2018
- Class 2: Jon Tester (Populist), first elected 2014

Nebraska
- Class 1: Bob Krist (Populist), first elected 2012
- Class 2: Don Bacon (Republican), first elected 2014

Nevada
- Class 1: Rory Reid (Democratic), first elected 2012
- Class 3: Heidi Gansert (Republican), first elected 2016

New Hampshire
- Class 2: Judd Gregg (Republican), first elected 1990
- Class 3: Eddie Edwards (Republican), first elected 2016

New Jersey
- Class 1: Rush Holt Jr. (Democratic), first elected 2000
- Class 2: Kim Guadagno (Republican), first elected 2014

New Mexico
- Class 1: Hector Balderas (Democratic), first elected 2006
- Class 2: John Sanchez (Republican), first elected 2014

New York
- Class 1: Fernando Ferrer (Democratic), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Rick Lazio (Republican), first elected 2014

North Carolina
- Class 2: Heath Shuler (Populist), first elected 2014
- Class 3: Nancy McFarlane (Populist), first elected 2016

North Dakota
- Class 1: Joshua Boschee (Democratic-NPL), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Ed Schafer (Republican), first elected 2014

Ohio
- Class 1: Joyce Beatty (Democratic), first elected 2006
- Class 3: Ted Strickland (Populist), first elected 2010

Oklahoma
- Class 2: Constance Johnson (Democratic-NPL), first elected 2008
- Class 3: Drew Edmondson (Populist), first elected 2010

Oregon
- Class 2: Suzanne Bonamici (Democratic), first elected 2008
- Class 3: Lori Chavez-DeRemer (Populist), first elected 2016

Pennsylvania
- Class 1: Joe Sestak (Democratic), first elected 2012
- Class 3: Bob Casey Jr. (Populist), first elected 1998

Rhode Island
- Class 1: Robert J. Healey (Moderate Moose), first elected 2018 [caucuses with Populists]
- Class 2: David Cicilline (Democratic), first elected 2008

South Carolina
- Class 2: Stephen Colbert (National Union), first elected 2008 [caucuses with Democrats]
- Class 3: Lindsey Graham (Republican), first elected 2004

South Dakota
- Class 2: Dennis Daugaard (Republican), first elected 2018 [special, next election 2020]
- Class 3: Kristi Noem (Republican), first elected 2016

Tennessee
- Class 1: Bob Corker (Republican), first elected 2006
- Class 2: Beth Harwell (Republican), first elected 2014

Texas
- Class 1: Annise Parker (National Union), first elected 2018 [caucuses with Democrats]
- Class 2: Christi Craddick (Republican), first elected 2014

Utah
- Class 1: Jim Matheson (Populist), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Mia Love (Republican), first elected 2016

Vermont
- Class 1: Christine Hallquist (Democratic), first elected 2018
- Class 3: Tim Ashe (Democratic), first elected 2010

Virginia
- Class 1: Jim Gilmore (Republican), first elected in 2018
- Class 2: Tim Kaine (Republican), first elected in 2014

Washington
- Class 1: Kshama Sawant (Democratic), first elected in 2018
- Class 3: Brian Sonntag (Populist), first elected in 2010

West Virginia
- Class 1: Richard Ojeda (Populist), first elected in 2012
- Class 2: Shelly Moore Capito (Republican), first elected in 2014

Wisconsin
- Class 1: Mandela Barnes (Progressive), first elected in 2018 [caucusing with Democrats]
- Class 3: Rebecca Kleefisch (Republican), first elected in 2010

Wyoming
- Class 1: Mary Cheney (Republican), first elected in 2018
- Class 2: Cynthia Cloud (Republican), first elected in 2014

Total
Populists: 37 seats
Democrats: 32 seats
Republicans: 31 seats
 
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Three's A Crowd names
Jamie L. Whitten - Populist Speaker at some point
Paul Krugman - Former Secretary of the Treasury under President Beatty, possible 2020 presidential candidate
 

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Speakers of the House
Thomas Brackett Reed (Republican majority) 1895-1899

David B. Henderson (Republican majority) 1899-1903
Joseph Gurney Cannon (Republican majority, then minority with some Democrats and Populists voting in favour) 1903-1913
John Sharp Williams (Populist majority, then minority supported by Democrats and Socialists, then majority) 1913-1921
Frederick H. Gillett (Republican majority) 1921-1927
William Green (Republican majority) 1927-1931

John Nance Garner (Populist-Democratic coalition, then majority) 1931-1935

William B. Bankhead (Populist majority) 1935-1940*
William H. Murray (Populist majority) 1940-1941
Charles A. Eaton (Republican-Democratic coalition, then Republican-Democratic-"National Union" coalition) 1941-1947
Darlington Hoopes (Democratic-Populist-"National Union" coalition, then Democratic-Populist coalition) 1947-1951
Leslie Arends (Republican-Populist coalition, then majority, then Republican-Populist coalition) 1951-1959
Carl Albert (Populist-Democratic coalition, then majority, then Populist-Democratic coalition, then minority) 1959-1971
Gerald Ford (Republican minority supported by some Democrats and Populists) 1971-1975
Carl Albert (Populist-Democratic coalition) 1975-1977
Jamie Whitten (Populist-Republican coalition) 1977-1981
Mo Udall (Democratic-Populist coalition, then majority) 1981-1987
Floyd Spence (Populist-Republican coalition) 1987-1989
Dan Quayle (Republican-Populist coalition) 1989-1993
Dick Gephardt (Populist-Democratic coalition, then majority, then Populist-Democratic coalition) 1993-2001
Benjamin Gillman (Republican majority, then Republican-Populist coalition) 2001-2007
Andrew Cuomo (Democratic-Populist coalition then majority) 2007-2015
Gwen Graham (Republican-Populist coalition) 2015-2019 (technically Populist-Republican coalition 2017-2019)
Andrew Cuomo (Democratic-Republican coalition) 2019-
 

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Democratic Names To Watch For 2020
Senator Hector Balderas (NM)
Governor Tammy Baldwin (WI) - Progressive
Senator David Cicilline (RI)
Senator Stephen Colbert (SC) - National Union
Speaker Andrew Cuomo (NY)
Senator Matt Damon (MA)
Actress Ellen DeGeneres (CA)
Governor Rodney Ellis (TX) - National Union
Senator Matt Gonzalez (CA)
Governor Kim Coco Iwamoto (HI)
Fmr. Governor Patrick J. Kennedy (MA)
Fmr. Secretary of the Treasury Paul Krugman (NY)
Senator Ned Lamont (CT)
Senator Barack Obama (HI)
Fmr. Governor Robyne Robinson (MI) - Farmer-Labor
Senator Bryan Townsend (DE)
Professor Kanye West (IL) - Independent



Republican Names To Watch For 2020
Senator Mark Boughton (CT)
Governor Knute Buehler (OR)
Fmr. Governor Susan Collins (ME)
Senator Dennis Daugaard (SD)
Senator Eddie Edwards (NH)
Fmr. Representative Beth Fukumoto (HI)
Senator Lindsey Graham (SC)
Senator Bobby Jindal (LA)
Fmr. Governor Linda McMahon (CT)
Fmr. Governor Martha McSally (AZ)

Governor Kim Reynolds (IA)
Governor Ben Sasse (NE)
Senator Luther Strange (AL)


Populist Names To Watch For 2020
Senator Angus King (ME)
Senator Janet Napolitano (AZ)

Senator Richard Ojeda (WV)
Governor Greg Orman (KS)
President Marco Rubio (FL)
Fmr. Governor Ken Salazar (CO)


Note: King, Napolitano, Orman and Rubio has said they're backing Rubio. If Rubio is not in consideration, they're big names
 

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List of Presidents of the Union of Great Britain in Spoil the Broth (WIP)
Winston Churchill (Liberal) 1937-1952
1937: def. James Maxton (Independent Labour), Ernest Shepperson (Agriculturalist), Duff Cooper (Conservative), Hugh Dalton (Social Democratic)
1942: unopposed (ILP petition to be on the ballot denied)
1947: def. Herbert Morrison (Social Democratic),
Frederick Marquis (Union), Fenner Brockway (Independent Labour), John Hargrave (Agriculturalist)
"Titan of a New Era"


Malcolm MacDonald (National Democratic, then National) 1952-1957 [endorsed by Union]
1952: def. Harold Macmillan (Liberal-Social Democratic), John Hargrave (Agriculturalist), Emanuel Shinwell (Independent Labour)
"Carrying on the Consensus"

John Hargrave (Agriculturalist) 1957-1962
1957: def. Malcolm MacDonald (National), Archibald Sinclair (Liberal), Aneurin Bevan (Independent Labour), A. V. Alexander (Co-operative-Social Democratic)
"A Rude Interruption"

Malcolm MacDonald (Independent) 1962-1965* [endorsed by Nationals, Liberals and Social Democrats]
1962: def. John Hargrave (Agriculturalist), Annie Maxton (Independent Labour), John Loverseed (Fellowship)
"Tanned, Rested and Ready"

Megan Lloyd George (Liberal) 1965-1967 [as Princess of Wales]
Megan Lloyd George (People's) 1967-1972 [endorsed by Social Democrats]
1967: def. Enoch Powell (Unionist), Emlyn Hooson (Liberal-Agriculturalist), Charles Coulson (Fellowship), Anthony Barber (National), Ted Grant (Independent Labour)
"Y Ddraig Goch"

Maurice Macmillan (Liberal) 1972-1977 [endorsed by Nationals]
1972: def. Megan Lloyd George (People's-Social Democratic), Enoch Powell (Unionist), Rolf Gardiner (Agriculturalist), Emrys Thomas (Independent Labour), Charles Coulson (Fellowship), Desmond Donnelly (Our Democracy)
"Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow"

Roy Jenkins (Social Democratic) 1977-1982
1977: def. Maurice Macmillan (Liberal-National), Albert Booth (Independent Labour), John Biffen (Unionist-Agriculturalist), Tony Whittaker (Fellowship)
"A Civilised Society"

Ian Gilmour (National) 1982-1992
1982: def. Roy Jenkins (Social Democratic), Maurice Macmillan (Liberal), Albert Booth (Independent Labour-Globalist), Norman Tebbit (Unionist-Agriculturalist)
1987: def. Arthur Scargill (Independent Labour), Ranulph Fiennes (Agriculturalist-Unionist), Shirley Williams (Social Democratic-Liberal), John Abineri (Globalist)

"Enough of That"

Michael Heseltine (Liberal) 1992-1997
1992: def. Ken Clarke (National), Alan Clark (Unionist), Neil Kinnock (Social Democratic), Ben Mancroft (Agriculturalist), Peter Tatchell (Independent Labour-Globalist)
"Free Trade, Free People"

David Owen (Social Democratic, then Democrats for Owen) 1997-2002
1997: def. Michael Heseltine (Liberal-National), Sara Parkin (Globalist), Charles Spencer (Agriculturalist), Michael Meacher (Independent Labour), Neil Hamilton (Unionist), Alasdair Morgan (Scots Independent-Cynghrair Cymru - "League of Nations")
"The Wild Card"

John Major (National) 2002-2007 [endorsed by Unionists]
2002: def. Cynog Dafis (Cynghrair Cymru-Globalist), David Owen (Democrats for Owen), Gordon Brown (Social Democratic), Jeremy Corbyn (Independent Labour), Malcolm Bruce (Liberal), Ann Mallalieu (Agriculturalist)
"Grey Mornings"

Charles Windsor (Globalist) 2007-2017 [endorsed by Agriculturalists and Cynghrair Cymru, and Liberals in 2012]
2007: def. John Major (National-Unionist), Charles Kennedy (Liberal), Jeremy Corbyn (Independent Labour), Jack Straw (Social Democratic)
2012: def. Suzanne Evans (Unionist-National), John McDonnell (Independent Labour), Margaret Beckett (Social Democratic)

"The Black Spider"

Mike Woodin (Globalist) 2017-present [endorsed by Independent Labour]
2017: def. Theresa May (National), Yvette Cooper (Social Democratic), Andrew Adonis (Liberal), Tim Farron (Agriculturalist), Nigel Farage (Unionist)
"Everything's Gone Green"
 
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Wait has Britain gone Republican, has Prince of Wales become the title for the leader of the Welsh devolved government or did Megan literally marry the heir to the throne?
The first and second ones. Blame the elder Lloyd George for it being also the "Acting" President upon a President dying. Yeah, people have talked about how ridiculous it is. But it always just seems to stay around, not enough people willing to actually go through the business of changing it
 

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2016: 141 D, 157 P, 130 R

2018 House election
Democratic: 183
Populist: 142

Republican: 101

Speaker before election: Gwen Graham (Populist-Republican coalition) [retiring]
Speaker after election: Andrew Cuomo (Democratic-Republican coalition)
 

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WIP List for PMs in Spoil the Broth
William Ewart Gladstone (Liberal minority) 1892-1894
William Harcourt (Liberal minority) 1894-1897

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative-Liberal Unionist coalition) 1897-1902
Joseph Chamberlain (Conservative-Liberal Unionist coalition) 1902-1905
Michael Hicks Beach (Conservative-Liberal Unionist coalition, then majority) 1905-1907
Richard Haldane (Liberal minority, then majority, then Wartime Coalition) 1907-1919
David Lloyd George ("Radical" Liberal-Social Democratic coalition with support of Independent Labour) 1919-1921

Austen Chamberlain (Liberal Unionist-Conservative coalition) 1921-1924
Ramsay MacDonald (Independent Labour minority with support of Social Democrats) 1924
Austen Chamberlain (Liberal Unionist-Conservative coalition) 1924-1929
Ramsay MacDonald (Independent Labour minority with support of Social Democrats and Liberals, then Conservative-Liberal Unionist-National Liberal-National Democratic "National Government") 1929-1933
Bolton Eyres-Morrell (Conservative-Liberal Unionist-National Liberal-National Democratic "National Government", then Conservative-Liberal Unionist-National Liberal-Liberal-National Democratic "National Government", then "Parliamentary Government") 1933-1937*
Neville Chamberlain ("Parliamentary Government", then Conservative-Social Democratic-Liberal Unionist-National Democratic-National Liberal-Agriculturalist-Liberal-National Labour Wartime Government) 1937-1940
Oliver Stanley (Conservative-Social Democratic-Liberal Unionist-National Democratic-National Liberal-Agriculturalist-Liberal-National Labour Wartime Government, then Conservative-Liberal Unionist-National Democratic coalition then Union majority) 1940-1946
Philip Noel-Baker (Social Democratic-Liberal coalition) 1946-1955
Oliver Stanley (Union-National Democratic coalition, then National-Agriculturalist coalition, then minority) 1955-1960
Hugh Gaitskell (Social Democratic-Liberal coalition) 1960-1963*
Anthony Crosland (Social Democratic-Liberal coalition, then Social Democratic-People's coalition) 1963-1971

William Whitelaw (National-Agriculturalist-Liberal coalition with support from Unionists) 1971-1974
Jeremy Thorpe (Social Democratic-Liberal-Independent National minority coalition) 1974
Harold Macmillan (Social Democratic-Liberal-Independent National minority coalition) 1974-1977

Tony Benn (Social Democratic-Independent Labour-Fellowship/Globalist coalition) 1977-1981
Francis Pym (Agriculturalist-National-Liberal coalition, then minority coalition supported by Globalists) 1981-1989
Rhodes Boyson (Unionist-National minority coalition, then Unionist-National-Agriculturalist coalition) 1989-1993
John Maxton (Independent Labour-Social Democratic coalition, with support of Liberals and Globalists 1993-1995) 1993-2000
Kenneth Clarke (National-Liberal-Globalist coalition, then National-Liberal minority coalition) 2000-2006
Peter Mandelson (Social Democratic-Liberal coalition, then Social Democratic-Liberal-Globalist coalition) 2006-2013
David Miliband (Social Democratic-Liberal-Globalist coalition, then minority coalition with support from Agriculturalists) 2013-2018

Minette Batters (Agriculturalist-National-Liberal coalition) 2018-
 
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