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Lists of Heads of Government and Heads of State

claybaskit

Well-known member
1960: Lyndon Baines Johnson Democratic John Fitzgerald Kennedy

1964 John Fitzgerald Kennedy Democratic Terry Sanford

1968 George Romney Republican Spiro Agnew
 

Persephone

Mishima Themboy
Pronouns
they/them
"Germany is Our Problem"
Disclaimer: I've more or less just winged this after McCarthy, but here's some kind of riff on Losing the Peace that's probably not half as good as that work.

1940 - 1944: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democratic Party)†
1944 - 1945: Harry S. Truman (Democratic Party)
1945 - 1949: Henry Morgenthau Jr. (Democratic Party)

1949 - 1953: Henry Wallace (Democratic Party)
1953 - 1957: Joseph McCarthy (Republican Party)†
1957 - 1961: Richard Nixon (Republican Party)
1961 - 1963: Edwin Walker (Democratic Party)†
1963 - 1969: Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic Party)
1969 - 1973: Barry Goldwater (Republican)
1973 - 19XX: Roy Cohn (Republican Party)
 
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Japhy

Well-known member
Published by SLP
Location
Albany, NY
Pronouns
He/Him
"Germany is Our Problem"
Disclaimer: I've more or less just winged this after McCarthy, but here's some kind of riff on Losing the Peace that's probably not half as good as that work.

1940 - 1944: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democratic Party)†
1944 - 1945: Harry S. Truman (Democratic Party)
1945 - 1948: Henry Morgenthau Jr. (Democratic Party)

1948 - 1952: Henry Wallace (Democratic Party)
1952 - 1957: Joseph McCarthy (Republican Party)†
1957 - 1960: Richard Nixon (Republican Party)
1960 - 1964: Edwin Walker (Democratic Party)†
1964 - 1968: Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic Party)
1968 - 1972: Barry Goldwater (Republican)
1972 - 19XX: Roy Cohn (Republican Party)
It's a fun list but I am legally obligated to point out that the Presidential term doesn't happen the same year as the election.

That said it's another push in my slow march to a President Cohn vignette
 

Persephone

Mishima Themboy
Pronouns
they/them
It's a fun list but I am legally obligated to point out that the Presidential term doesn't happen the same year as the election.

That said it's another push in my slow march to a President Cohn vignette
I'd be lying if I said that part of me was conflicted over whether I had it right, but the truth is that the thought never crossed my mind. Thanks, will fix when I'm back home!
Edit: And fixed!
 
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claybaskit

Well-known member
1952: Douglas Macarthur Republican William Knowland
Defeated Lyndon Baines Johnson Democratic Adali Stevenson

1956: Douglas Macarthur Republican William Knowland
Defeated Hubert Humphrey Democratic Estes Kefauver

1960: William Knowland Republican Henry Cabot Lodge
Defeated: J
oe Kennedy j.r. Democratic Stuart Symington
 
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Qaz_plm

White Castle soda bet
Gone Fishing
Location
The Speed Force
Pronouns
She/her
1929-1933:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1928:Al Smith/Joe T. Robinson(Democratic)
1933-1941:Franklin D. Roosevelt/John Nance Garner(Democratic)
1932:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1936:Alf Landon/Frank Knox(Republican)

1941-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Henry Wallace(Democratic)
1940:Wendell Willkie/Charles L. McNary(Republican)
1945-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Harry Truman(Democratic)
1944:Thomas Dewy/John W. Bricker(Republican)

1945-1945:Harry Truman/Vacant(Democratic)
1949-1953:Harry Truman/Alben W.Barkley(Democratic)
1948:Thomas Dewy/Earl Warren(Republican),Strom Thurmond/Fielding Wright(Dixiecrat),Henry Wallace/Glen Taylor(Progressive Party)
1953-1961:Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon(Republican)
1952:Adlai Stevenson II/John Sparkman(Democratic)
1956:Adlai Stevenson II/Estes Kefauver(Democratic)

1961-1963:John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson(Democratic)
1960:Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.(Republican)
1963-1965:Lyndon B. Johnson/Vacant(Democratic)
1965-1969:Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert Humphrey(Democratic)
1964:Barry Goldwater/William E. Miller(Republican)
1969-1973:Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew(Republican)
1968:Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie(Democratic),George Wallace/Curtis LeMay(American Independent)
1972:George McGovern/Sargent Shriver(Democratic)

1973-1973:Richard Nixon/Vacant(Republican)
1973-1974:Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford(Republican)
1974-1974:Gerald Ford/Vacant(Republican)
1974-1977:Gerald Ford/Nelson Rockefeller(Republican)
1977-1981:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic)
1976:Gerald Ford/Bob Dole(Republican)
1981-1989:Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush(Republican)
1980:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic),John B. Anderson/Patrick Lucey(Independent)
1984:Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro(Democratic)

1989-1993:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican)
1988:Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen(Democratic)
1993-2001:Bill Clinton/Al Gore(Democratic)
1992:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican),Ross Perot/James Stockdale(Independent)
1996:Bob Dole/Jack Kemp(Republican),Ross Perot/Pat Choate(Reform)

2001-2009:George W. Bush/Dick Cheney(Republican)
2000:Al Gore/Joe Lieberman(Democratic),Ralph Nader/Wionna LaDuke(Green)
2004:John Kerry/John Edwards(Democratic)

2009-2017:Barack Obama/Joe Biden(Democratic)
2008:John McCain/Sarah Palin(Republican)
2012:Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan(Republican)

2017-2021:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
2016:Hilary Clinton/Tim Kaine(Democratic)
2021-2021:Joe Biden/Kamala Harris(Democratic)
2020:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
 
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gentleman biaggi

Based Slight Top
Pronouns
he/they is fine
1929-1933:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1928:Al Smith/Joe T. Robinson(Democratic)
1933-1941:Franklin D. Roosevelt/John Nance Garner(Democratic)
1932:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1936:Alf Landon/Frank Knox(Republican)

1941-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Henry Wallace(Democratic)
1940:Wendell Willkie/Charles L. McNary(Republican)
1945-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Harry Truman(Democratic)
1944:Thomas Dewy/John W. Bricker(Republican)

1945-1949:Harry Truman/Vacant(Democratic)
1949-1953:Harry Truman/Alben W.Barkley(Democratic)
1948:Thomas Dewy/Earl Warren(Republican),Strom Thurmond/Fielding Wright(Dixiecrat),Henry Wallace/Glen Taylor(Progressive Party)
1953-1961:Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon(Republican)
1952:Adlai Stevenson II/John Sparkman(Democratic)
1956:Adlai Stevenson II/Estes Kefauver(Democratic)

1961-1963:John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson(Democratic)
1960:Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.(Republican)
1963-1965:Lyndon B. Johnson/Vacant(Democratic)
1965-1969:Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert Humphrey(Democratic)
1964:Barry Goldwater/William E. Miller(Republican)
1969-1973:Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew(Republican)
1968:Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie(Democratic),George Wallace/Curtis LeMay(American Independent)
1972:George McGovern/Sargent Shriver(Democratic)

1973-1973:Richard Nixon/Vacant(Republican)
1973-1974:Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford(Republican)
1974-1974:Gerald Ford/Vacant(Republican)
1974-1977:Gerald Ford/Nelson Rockefeller(Republican)
1977-1981:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic)
1976:Gerald Ford/Bob Dole(Republican)
1981-1989:Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush(Republican)
1980:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic),John B. Anderson/Patrick Lucey(Independent)
1984:Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro(Democratic)

1989-1993:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican)
1988:Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen(Democratic)
1993-2001:Bill Clinton/Al Gore(Democratic)
1992:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican),Ross Perot/James Stockdale(Independent)
1996:Bob Dole/Jack Kemp(Republican),Ross Perot/Pat Choate(Reform)

2001-2009:George W. Bush/Dick Cheney(Republican)
2000:Al Gore/Joe Lieberman(Democratic),Ralph Nader/Wionna LaDuke(Green)
2004:John Kerry/John Edwards(Democratic)

2009-2017:Barack Obama/Joe Biden(Democratic)
2008:John McCain/Sarah Palin(Republican)
2012:Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan(Republican)

2017-2021:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
2016:Hilary Clinton/Tim Kaine(Democratic)
2021-2021:Joe Biden/Kamala Harris(Democratic)
2020:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
can you help me be this funny
 

Ares96

Kosovo je Švedska
Published by SLP
Location
Fubbicktown
Pronouns
he/him
1929-1933:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1928:Al Smith/Joe T. Robinson(Democratic)
1933-1941:Franklin D. Roosevelt/John Nance Garner(Democratic)
1932:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1936:Alf Landon/Frank Knox(Republican)

1941-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Henry Wallace(Democratic)
1940:Wendell Willkie/Charles L. McNary(Republican)
1945-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Harry Truman(Democratic)
1944:Thomas Dewy/John W. Bricker(Republican)

1945-1945:Harry Truman/Vacant(Democratic)
1949-1953:Harry Truman/Alben W.Barkley(Democratic)
1948:Thomas Dewy/Earl Warren(Republican),Strom Thurmond/Fielding Wright(Dixiecrat),Henry Wallace/Glen Taylor(Progressive Party)
1953-1961:Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon(Republican)
1952:Adlai Stevenson II/John Sparkman(Democratic)
1956:Adlai Stevenson II/Estes Kefauver(Democratic)

1961-1963:John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson(Democratic)
1960:Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.(Republican)
1963-1965:Lyndon B. Johnson/Vacant(Democratic)
1965-1969:Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert Humphrey(Democratic)
1964:Barry Goldwater/William E. Miller(Republican)
1969-1973:Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew(Republican)
1968:Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie(Democratic),George Wallace/Curtis LeMay(American Independent)
1972:George McGovern/Sargent Shriver(Democratic)

1973-1973:Richard Nixon/Vacant(Republican)
1973-1974:Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford(Republican)
1974-1974:Gerald Ford/Vacant(Republican)
1974-1977:Gerald Ford/Nelson Rockefeller(Republican)
1977-1981:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic)
1976:Gerald Ford/Bob Dole(Republican)
1981-1989:Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush(Republican)
1980:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic),John B. Anderson/Patrick Lucey(Independent)
1984:Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro(Democratic)

1989-1993:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican)
1988:Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen(Democratic)
1993-2001:Bill Clinton/Al Gore(Democratic)
1992:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican),Ross Perot/James Stockdale(Independent)
1996:Bob Dole/Jack Kemp(Republican),Ross Perot/Pat Choate(Reform)

2001-2009:George W. Bush/Dick Cheney(Republican)
2000:Al Gore/Joe Lieberman(Democratic),Ralph Nader/Wionna LaDuke(Green)
2004:John Kerry/John Edwards(Democratic)

2009-2017:Barack Obama/Joe Biden(Democratic)
2008:John McCain/Sarah Palin(Republican)
2012:Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan(Republican)

2017-2021:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
2016:Hilary Clinton/Tim Kaine(Democratic)
2021-2021:Joe Biden/Kamala Harris(Democratic)
2020:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
freaks me nut out to this day
 

cikka

Keir With A Gun
Location
Kentkingsh- kentklungklicklingshirekington
Pronouns
she/her
1929-1933:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1928:Al Smith/Joe T. Robinson(Democratic)
1933-1941:Franklin D. Roosevelt/John Nance Garner(Democratic)
1932:Hebert Hoover/Charlie Curtis(Republican)
1936:Alf Landon/Frank Knox(Republican)

1941-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Henry Wallace(Democratic)
1940:Wendell Willkie/Charles L. McNary(Republican)
1945-1945:Franklin D. Roosevelt/Harry Truman(Democratic)
1944:Thomas Dewy/John W. Bricker(Republican)

1945-1945:Harry Truman/Vacant(Democratic)
1949-1953:Harry Truman/Alben W.Barkley(Democratic)
1948:Thomas Dewy/Earl Warren(Republican),Strom Thurmond/Fielding Wright(Dixiecrat),Henry Wallace/Glen Taylor(Progressive Party)
1953-1961:Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon(Republican)
1952:Adlai Stevenson II/John Sparkman(Democratic)
1956:Adlai Stevenson II/Estes Kefauver(Democratic)

1961-1963:John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson(Democratic)
1960:Richard Nixon/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.(Republican)
1963-1965:Lyndon B. Johnson/Vacant(Democratic)
1965-1969:Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert Humphrey(Democratic)
1964:Barry Goldwater/William E. Miller(Republican)
1969-1973:Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew(Republican)
1968:Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie(Democratic),George Wallace/Curtis LeMay(American Independent)
1972:George McGovern/Sargent Shriver(Democratic)

1973-1973:Richard Nixon/Vacant(Republican)
1973-1974:Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford(Republican)
1974-1974:Gerald Ford/Vacant(Republican)
1974-1977:Gerald Ford/Nelson Rockefeller(Republican)
1977-1981:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic)
1976:Gerald Ford/Bob Dole(Republican)
1981-1989:Ronald Reagan/George H. W. Bush(Republican)
1980:Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale(Democratic),John B. Anderson/Patrick Lucey(Independent)
1984:Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro(Democratic)

1989-1993:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican)
1988:Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen(Democratic)
1993-2001:Bill Clinton/Al Gore(Democratic)
1992:George H. W. Bush/Dan Quayle(Republican),Ross Perot/James Stockdale(Independent)
1996:Bob Dole/Jack Kemp(Republican),Ross Perot/Pat Choate(Reform)

2001-2009:George W. Bush/Dick Cheney(Republican)
2000:Al Gore/Joe Lieberman(Democratic),Ralph Nader/Wionna LaDuke(Green)
2004:John Kerry/John Edwards(Democratic)

2009-2017:Barack Obama/Joe Biden(Democratic)
2008:John McCain/Sarah Palin(Republican)
2012:Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan(Republican)

2017-2021:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
2016:Hilary Clinton/Tim Kaine(Democratic)
2021-2021:Joe Biden/Kamala Harris(Democratic)
2020:Donald Trump/Mike Pence(Republican)
>Jimmy Carter

cool hipster pick, haven't seen him a lot
 

claybaskit

Well-known member
1960:Richard M. Nixon Republican Henry Cabot Lodge
Def: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Democratic Lyndon Baines Johnson

1964: Hubert Horatio Humphrey Democratic Terry Sanford
Def: Richard M. Nixon Republican Henry Cabot Lodge
 

TheHatMan98

Well-known member
1901-1905: William McKinley/Vacant (Republican)

1905-1913: William Howard Taft/James S. Sherman (Republican)
1904 def. Alton B. Parker/Henry G. Davis (Democratic)
1908 def. William Jennings Bryan/John A. Johnson (Democratic)


1913-1917: Thomas R. Marshal/Oscar Underwood (Democratic)
1912 def. Hiram Johnson/Charles W. Fairbanks (Republican), Eugene V. Debbs/Bill Haywood (Socialist)

1917-1923: Warren G. Harding*/Gifford Pinchot (Republican)
1916 def. Thomas R. Marshal/Oscar Underwood (Democratic)
1920 def. Edward I. Edwards/John Sharp Williams (Democratic)


1923- 1925: Gifford Pinchot/Vacant (Republican)

1925-1933: William Gibbs McAdoo/John W. Davis (Democratic)
1924 def. Gifford Pinchot/Frank Orren Lowden (Republican)
1928 def. Frank Orren Lowden/Charles Curtis (Republican)


1933-1937: Charles Curtis/Joseph I. France (Republican)
1932 def. John W. Davis/Cordell Hull (Democratic), Franklin D. Roosevelt/Burton K. Wheeler (Progressive), Norman Thomas/Upton Sinclair (Socialist)

1937-1941: John Nance Garner/Al Smith (Democratic)
1936 def. Charles G. Dawes/William Borah (Republican), Burton K. Wheeler/Upton Sinclair (Progressive-Socialist)

1941-1949: Thomas E. Dewey/Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1940 def. John Nance Garner/Al Smith (Democratic), Henry L. Stimson/Rexford Tugwell (National Unity), Charles Lindbergh/Burton K. Wheeler (America First)
1944 def. Rexford Tugwell/Henry Wallace (Progressive), Harry F. Byrd/Joe P. Kennedy (Democratic)


1949-1957: Glen H. Taylor/Estes Kefauver (Progressive-Democratic)
1948 def. Robert A. Taft/John William Martin Jr. (Republican)
1952 def. Earl Warren/Harold Stassen (Republican)


1957-1964: Estes Kefauver*/John F. Kennedy (Democratic)
1956 def. Harold Stassen/Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (Republican)
1960 def. Harold Stassen/Cecil H. Underwood (Republican)


1964-1965: John F. Kennedy/Vacant (Democratic)

1965-1973: John Connally/George W. Romney (Republican)
1964 def. John F. Kennedy/Richard Russell Jr. (Democratic)
1968 def. George A. Smathers/Abraham Ribicoff (Democratic)


1973-1975: Alan Cranston*/Edward M. Kennedy (Democratic)
1972 def. Ronald Reagan/Nelson Rockefeller (Republican), George W. Romney/Edward Brooke (National Unity)

1975-1981: Edward M. Kennedy/Shirley Chisholm (Democratic)
1976 def. James L. Buckley/James A. Rhodes (Republican)

1981-1989: George H.W. Bush/Howard Baker (Republican)
1980 def. Shirley Chisholm/Jerry Brown (Democratic)
1984 def. Cliff Finch/Gary Hart (Democratic)


1989-1993: Howard Baker/Donald Rumsfeld (Republican)
1988 def. Eugene McCarthy/William J. Clinton (Democratic)

1993-2001: Joe Lieberman/Douglas Wilder (Democratic)
1992 def. Howard Baker/Elizabeth Dole (Republican), Donald Rumsfeld/Dick Cheney (National Unity)
1996 def. Jeb Bush/Ross Perot (Republican)
 

Walpurgisnacht

Sequential woodcuttings
Location
Banned from the forum
Pronouns
He/Him
ATLF: Rambo

1989-1993: George H. W. Bush (Republican)
def 1988: (with Dan Quayle) Gary Hart (Democratic)
1993-2001: H. Ross Perot (Reform, then Reform endorsed by Republicans)
def 1992: (with Bill Hendon) George H. W. Bush (Republican), Dick Gephardt (Democratic)
def 1996: (with Bill Hendon) Jerry Brown (Democratic)

2001-2005: Howard Dean (Democratic)
def 2000: (with Ron Wyden) Elizabeth Dole (Republican), Jim Traficant (Reform)
2005-2013: Oliver North (Republican endorsed by Reform)
def 2004: (with Bob Smith) Howard Dean (Democratic)
def 2008: (with Bob Smith) Dick Celseste (Democratic)

2013-2017: Chris Christie (Republican endorsed by Reform)
def 2012: (with Alan Keyes) Ray Mabus (Democratic), Adam Kokesh (Libertarian)
2017-xxxx: John Kerry (Democratic)
def 2016: (with Raul Grijalva) Chris Christie (Republican endorsed by Reform), Adam Kokesh (Libertarian)

Operation Morrell was the cursed success of the Reagan administration. Intended largely to flex US muscle against Vietnam, the operation--sending a mentally ill ex-vagrant to find an illusory group of US POWs--was never meant to bear fruit. Yet somehow it did. John Rambo, who three years ago was a domestic terrorist, was now seen as the greatest American soldier since George Washington. More importantly for the administration, the Republicans could point to their success in "bringing US boys home". However, not quite enough people saw it that way.

Many have claimed that Perot sold his soul to maniacs for success. This rosy view, largely driven by nostalgia during the North presidency for a "sensible conservative", is completely ignorant. While he might have unleashed forces beyond his control, he was well-connected with said forces from the beginning. The POW/MIA movement, radicalised by vindication, transformed from a small group of soldier's wives to a cauldron of right-wing madness, had always seen Perot as one of them, and he was certainly a fellow-traveller before it was popular. Reform might have been started to break out of a two-party mould, but it quickly became the political wing of the National Alliance of Families for the Return of America's Missing Servicemen. This was always the Reform Party that succeeded; it is nonsensical to pretend otherwise.

The ability to outflank the Republicans from the right gave Reform a Presidency; the ability to work alongside them gave them a future. The two parties became unstoppable when combined, and have dominated ever since. The Reform Party, founded on the principle of bringing American soldiers home, became the party of sending them abroad to maintain America. Fighting for democracy (ignore the Thai army crushing protests), Christianity (ignore the Afghan Caliphate beheading Nestorians), and basic rights (ignore Hussein gassing his own people), the American aegis stretches from Burma to Britain and from Poland to Peru. The war even, on occasion, returns home to us. The fundamental doctrine, with hypocrisy removed, is nothing more than naked strength--the US must never lose, like it did in Vietnam.

And it all started in 1970, with a unit of Green Berets marshalling for battle...
---Chris Hedges, First Blood: The Hidden Roots of the New Imperialism

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Coda:

Polling for the Republican Primaries, 10th February 2020:
Former President Chris Christie--2%
--- With a lacklustre performance in office capped off by a corruption scandal, few are willing to give Christie a second term.

Virginia State Representative Jerry Falwell Jr.--6%
--- Despite plenty of die-hard evangelical support, Falwell has been outgunned by others, and has been plagued by personal scandals, making him highly likely to drop out soon.
Senator Connie Mack IV--15%
--- Running on a platform of increased support for the Visegrad Pact doesn't enthuse most voters, but Mack remains a contender to watch for.
Governor
Mark Green--31%
--- Having managed to steal Falwell's religious base while keeping his business backers has paid off, with Green in a strong position for Tuesday after wins in NH and SC.
Former Marine Captain
John Rambo---45%
--- Back in the public eye after defending his home from drug cartels, and with the backing of the neo-con faction, Rambo is a very strong frontrunner, even if some have raised concern about his bellicose language towards opponents...
 
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