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- he/they is fine
wallace ‘72 was the first time micks and polacks agreed on anything
thinkin about that time the mob almost killed mario cuomo after he quit being governor
Presidents of the United States:cool stuff
this is probably my most interesting idea tbh, mike love’s coalition would be insaneWho Goes There It's The Ghost of October....
Ronald Wilson Reagan/George Herbert Walker Bush (Republican) 1981-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/vacant (Republican) 1982-1982
George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican) 1982-1985
1980 Def. James Earl Carter/Walter Fredrick "Fritz" Mondale (Democratic), John Bayard Anderson/Patrick Joseph Lucey (Independent)
Carl Milton Levin/Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski (Democratic) 1985-1993
1984 Def. George Herbert Walker Bush/Richard Green Lugar (Republican), Edmund Gerald "Jerry" Brown/Robert Edward "Ted" Turner (National Unity)
1988 Def. Robert Walter "Bob" Kasten/Paul Hardy (Republican), Leonard Johnson Umina/Eugene Joseph "Clean Gene" McCarthy (National Unity-TechnoVote Alliance)
Michael Edward "Mike" Love/William Worthington "Bill" Scranton III (Republican) 1993-2001
1992 Def. Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Joe Edward Pursell (Democratic), Richard Douglas "Dick" Lamm/Jerry Rubin (NU-TV)
1996 Def. (endorsed by NU-TV) James Edward "Jim" Wallis/James Elisa "Jim" Folsom (Democratic)
David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican) 2001-2005
2000 Def. James Roosevelt III/Daniel Robert "Bob" Graham (Democratic)
Theodore Ralph "Ted" Kulongoski/Charles "Chip" Bishop (Democratic) 2005-????
2004 Def. David Barry "Dave" Brudnoy/Gary Alvin Franks (Republican)
 Resigned over involvement with "October Surprise" Scandal
 While Hardy was elected governor as a Democrat in 1979, his general movement away from the Democrats due to a close partnership with President Reagan led to him leaving the party during Reagan's impeachment, arguing "irreconcilable differences" with the "loony liberal" Democratic Party. Ironically, in his re-election bid he faced archconservative ex-Klansman (and born again Christian) David Duke, who was a Democratic state legislator (and in 1992 a presidential candidate on the Christian Identity "Constitution Party" ticket).
 The National Unity-Techno Vote Alliance would endorse President Love following his support for the 28th Amendment in 1995, which intended to replace the electoral college with a two-round popular vote system and make the House of Representatives elected via D'Hondt method. While Love was re-elected, the amendment ended up failing, particularly in the heavily Democratic South.