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Lists of Heads of Government and Heads of State

AnActualFam

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Late 1970s/Early 1980s Punk:
Richard Nixon (R-NY)/Robert Finch (R-CA) 1969-1974
Robert Finch (R-CA)/VACANT 1974
Robert Finch (R-CA)/Howard Baker (R-TN) 1974-1977

Henry M. Jackson (D-WA)/Peter W. Rodino (D-NJ) 1977-1983
Peter W. Rodino (D-NJ)/VACANT 1983
Peter W. Rodino (D-NJ)/John Glenn (D-OH) 1983-1989

Lewis Lehrman (R-NY)/Wally Hickel (R-AK) 1989-1997
Harry Reid (D-NV)/John Van de Kamp (D-CA) 1997-2005
Harrison Schmitt (R-NM)/Kit Bond (R-MO) 2005-2013
Elizabeth Holtzman (D-NY)/James Blanchard (D-MI) 2013-2021
 

AnActualFam

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Always wondered what would happen if he accepted this role. Would be interesting to see how one of Nixon’s closest allies is treated in a post-Watergate world.
Oh yeah, I imagine we would see some sort of horrific liberal wing/Nixonian wing Frankenstein monster. That would be probably force against the New Right. It would also be interesting to have a more Keynesian response to stagflation instead of the tax cuts Ford did IOTL. I see the Republicans ITTL being more all over the place, but being more libertarian-esque, I mean they have New York Ron Paul in office for 8 years that should tell you what direction the wind is going.
 

rosa

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Gene's Vision

1961-1965: John F. Kennedy (Democratic)
1960 (with Walter Reuther) def. Richard Nixon (Republican), Harry F. Byrd Sr. (unpledged Democratic electors)
1964 (with George Smathers) def. Barry Goldwater (Republican), Roy Reuther (Labor)

1965-1970: George Smathers (Democratic)
1968 (with Jimmy Hoffa) def. George W. Romney (Republican), Eugene McCarthy (Progressive)
1970-1971: Jimmy Hoffa (Democratic)
1971-1971: Jimmy Hoffa (Independent "Solidarity")
1971-1972: Carl Albert (Democratic)
1972-1973: James Eastland (Democratic)
1972 voided; incomplete counts indicated a hung electoral college between George McGovern (Progressive), George Wallace (Democratic) and Nelson Rockefeller (Republican)
1973-1973: William Westmoreland (Democratic, leading Military Junta)
1973-1974: George McGovern / Gene Roddenberry / Huey Newton / Bernardine Dohrn (Revolutionary Committees of Correspondence)
1974-0000: Gene Roddenberry (New World Liberation Front)
1974 ('Phase 1' coalition with Progressives) def. numerous Independents, Lyndon LaRouche (New Labor)
1979 ('Phase 2' majority) def. numerous Independents, Tom McCall (Progressive), Lyndon LaRouche (New Labor)
Post the maps, coward
 

rpryor03

Member
Title for Hastily Thought Up Allegory Here
1984-1993: Brian Mulroney (Progressive Conservative)

1984 (Majority): def. John Turner (Liberal), Ed Broadbent (New Democratic)
1988 (Majority): def. John Turner (Liberal), Ed Broadbent (New Democratic)

1993-1994: Jean Chretien (Liberal)
1993 (Majority): def. Lucien Bouchard (Bloc Quebecois), Preston Manning (Reform), Jean Charest (Progressive Conservative), Audrey McLaughlin (New Democratic)
1994-1995: Don Cherry (Conservative Freedom Alliance)
1994 (Minority): def. Jean Chretien (Liberal), Lucien Bouchard (Bloc Quebecois), Audrey McLaughlin (New Democratic)
1995-1996: John Crow (Government of Experts)
1996-1998: Stephane Dion (Liberal)

1996 (Majority): def. Don Cherry (Conservative Freedom Alliance), Lucien Bouchard (Bloc Quebecois), Alexa McDonough (New Democratic)
1998-2000: Sheila Copps (Liberal)
2000-2001: John Turner (Liberal)

2001-2006: Don Cherry (Canadians for Freedom)

2001 (Majority): def. Sheila Copps and Jim Watson (Liberal Alliance), Lucien Bouchard (Bloc Quebecois), Alexa McDonough (New Democratic)
2006-2008: Stephane Dion (Liberal Alliance)
2006 (Majority): def. Don Cherry (Canadians for Freedom)
2008-2011: Don Cherry (Canadians of Freedom)
2008 (Majority): def. Gerald Tremblay (Canadian Democrats)
2011-2013: Michael Ignatieff (Government of Experts)
2013-2014: Bill Casey (Canadian Democrats)

2013 (Grand Coalition): Joe Volpe (Canadian Democrats), Don Cherry (Canadians of Freedom), Rick Mercer (Movement for Canada)
2014-2016: Naheed Nenshi (Canadian Democrats)
2016-2018: Bob Rae (Canadian Democrats)

2018-2021: Don Sommerfeldt (Technocrat leading Coalition)

2018 (Grand Coalition): Baljit Bawa (Movement for Canada), Yves-Francois Blanchet (Bloc Quebecois/Blanchet for Canada), Naheed Nenshi (Canadian Democrats), Don Cherry (For Canada)
2021-present: Mark Carney (Technocrat leading Coalition)
 
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theev

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1953 - 1957: Adlai Stevenson (Democratic)
1952 (with John Sparkman): Robert A. Taft (Republican)
1957 - 1957: Joe McCarthy (Anti-Communist)
1956 (with William E. Jenner): Adlai Stevenson (Democratic), Harold Stassen (Republican), unpledged South Carolinian electors
1957 - 1965: William E. Jenner (Anti-Communist)
1960 (with Ted Walker): John F. Kennedy (Democratic), Nelson Rockefeller (Republican)
1965 - 1973: Ted Walker (Anti-Communist)
1964 (with Barry Goldwater): Hubert Humphrey (Democratic), George Romney (Republican)
1968 (with Barry Goldwater): Nelson Rockefeller (National Union), Martin Luther King Jr. (Independent)

1973 - 1981: Ronald Reagan (Anti-Communist)
1972 (with Evan Mecham): John Lindsay (National Union)
1976 (with Evan Mecham): Barry Goldwater (National Union)

1981 - 1989: Evan Mecham (Anti-Communist)
1980 (with John K. Singlaub): John B. Anderson (National Union)
1984 (with John K. Singlaub): John B. Anderson (National Union)

1989 - 1997: Larry McDonald (Anti-Communist)
1988 (with Pat Buchanan): various Independents
1992 (with Pat Buchanan): various Independents

1997 - 2001: Pat Buchanan (Anti-Communist)
1996 (with Hillary Rodham): various Independents
2000 (with Hillary Rodham): various Independents

2001 - 2002: Oliver North (Anti-Communist)
2002 - 0000: John O. Brennan (Communist)

Kind of bouncing off the idea that TNO plays with through the DSR where they speculate what a communist group might be like in the vacuum of a fascist nation that only portrays communism as basically murder.

Stevenson ekes out a victory over Taft but faces difficulties over the 7-2 Brown v Board decision and a continually escalating Red Scare. When Red China attacks Formosa in late 1954 however, Stevenson balks and the nation's right-wing watch in horror as the Republic of China is extinguished. McCarthy uses that as an impetus to go after the army like OTL but many in the GOP still see McCarthy's actions as a step too far (it's in vogue to blame Stevenson but not the Army dammit) and make motions against him. McCarthy responds by making his own political party in early 1955. Several GOP Senators and scores of congressmen join him as he goes after the Army without See It Now or Joseph Welch to stop him.

McCarthy narrowly wins the presidency in 1956, seizing the upper South off of residual Brown v Board anger against Stevenson and devastating Stevenson and Stassen in the country's west. Lucky for McCarthy, he dies months into his presidency - just before he would have inevitably tainted his own political brand. Jenner provides a much more subtle and steady hand - blacklisting academics and really going after left-wing opposition figures. John Lewis and Walter Reuther are ostracized amid a spate of sever anti-union legislation.

Jenner wins re-election by sweeping the South as Kennedy and Rockefeller cut into each other's support up North. Ted Walker repeats this feat four years later as agitation over the civil rights movement provides a decent cover for sweeping homeland security legislation. Perhaps 1968 was the last shot to overthrow the ACP regime but the National Union ticket of Nelson Rockefeller and Lyndon Johnson left much to be desired and the rebels in the streets were shot long before they could cast their protest votes for America's most famous political prisoner.

Reagan's hardliner would rout Goldwater's moderates at the 1972 ACPNC setting the tone for increasingly far-right government driven by figures like Billy James Hargis and the Koch family. Goldwater's flip to the opposition would eventually land him exiled in London and John B. Anderson's eventual odyssey to the activist left would earn him a prison cell alongside much of the rump National Union apparatus during the Mecham impeachment attempt in 1987.

McDonald, despite being a favorite of party hardliners and rump grassroots efforts, could not keep the regime steady. The economy was tanking and by the mid-90s America's European allies would sign a separate peace with the Soviet Union, virtually ending the Cold War. It would be the regime of Pat Buchanan and the Crash of 1999 that would finally bring the American Anti-Communist regime to a sputtering halt. With the economy no longer working for hundreds of millions of Americans, the ACP's grip on power slipped in a matter of months. A dirty bomb attack on DC would serve to decapitate much of the government and leave Secretary of Defense Oliver North with the job of shooting protesters. Until they shot him.

Marxist literature had been banned in the United States since the late 1960s and so the Communists of the early 21st century were far different than the leftist rebels that populated the American political fringe in the first half of the 20th century, let alone the centralist state capitalists that ran the free market from Leningrad and Shanghai. Men like John Brennan and John Allen Williams were raised in a society that treated communism as synonymous to murder. A society that feared communists and saw them as more dangerous than the most hardened criminals. Even once communist literature began to filter into culture during the Soviet End of History in the 1990s, many could not shake the sentiment from their youth that what made a communist was their willingness to kill those who opposed them and sympathized with the American government.

Months after the dirty bomb attack in DC, Oliver North's government had lost control of the country to various rebel groups but the most powerful of these were the communists. The lynching of Billy James Hargis, possibly the most powerful man in North America, was reminiscent of a frightful scene from one of his pamphlets and the execution of Oliver North and the American military command was deliberately modelled after portrayals of such events in Anti-Communist propaganda. By the end of the summer, General Secretary John Brennan was in control of a majority of the country and had plans to punish those who were loyal or sympathetic to the Anti-Communist regime - just as Anti-Communist propaganda feared.
 

Kaiser Julius

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1969-73: Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew (Republican)
1969: Hubert Humphrey/Ed Muskie (Democrat), George Wallace/Curtis LeMay (AIP)
1972: George McGovern/Sargent Shriver (Democrat)

1973-77: Richard Nixon/John Connally (Republican)
1977-81: John Connally/Houston Flournoy (Republican)

1976: Henry Jackson/Jimmy Carter (Democrat)

1981-89: Mo Udall/Reubin Askew (Democrat)
1980: John Connally/Houston Flournoy (Republican)
1984: Bob Dole/Lamar Alexander (Republican)

1989-93: Alexander Haig/Newt Gingrich (Republican)
1988: Reubin Askew/Roland Burris (Democrat)
1993-97: Paul Tsongas/Mark Dayton (Democrat)
1992: Alexander Haig/Newt Gingrich (Republican)
1997-2001: Mark Dayton/Jill Long Thompson (Democrat)
1996: Jack Kemp/James Stockdale (Republican)
2001-09: John Ashcroft/John McCain (Republican)
2000: Mark Dayton/Jill Long Thompson (Democrat)
2004: Jill Long Thompson/John Kerry (Democrat)

2009-17: Tom Udall/Steve Beshear (Democrat)
2008: Rick Santorum/Rick Perry (Republican), William Weld/Lincoln Chaffee (Ind. Rep./Libertarian)
2012: Paul LePage/John Kasich (Republican), Gary Johnson/Jim Gray (Libertarian)
2017- : Michelle Williams/Bobby Jindal (Republican)
2016: Steve Beshear/Deval Patrick (Democrat)
2020: Stacy Abrams/Jim Webb (Democrat)
 
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Meppo

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1969-73: Richard Nixon/Spiro Agnew (Republican)
1969: Hubert Humphrey/Ed Muskie (Democrat), George Wallace/Curtis LeMay (AIP)
1972: George McGovern/Sargent Shriver (Democrat)

1973-77: Richard Nixon/John Connally (Republican)
1977-81: John Connally/Houston Flournoy (Republican)

1976: Henry Jackson/Jimmy Carter (Democrat)

1981-89: Mo Udall/Reubin Askew (Democrat)
1980: John Connally/Houston Flournoy (Republican)
1984: Bob Dole/Lamar Alexander (Republican)

1989-93: Alexander Haig/Newt Gingrich (Republican)
1988: Reubin Askew/Roland Burris (Democrat)
1993-97: Paul Tsongas/Mark Dayton (Democrat)
1992: Alexander Haig/Newt Gingrich (Republican)
1997-2001: Mark Dayton/Jill Long Thompson (Democrat)
1996: Jack Kemp/Stanford Parris (Republican)
2001-09: John Ashcroft/John McCain (Republican)
2000: Mark Dayton/Jill Long Thompson (Democrat)
2004: Jill Long Thompson/John Kerry (Democrat)

2009-17: Tom Udall/Steve Beshear (Democrat)
2008: Rick Santorum/Rick Perry (Republican), William Weld/Lincoln Chaffee (Ind. Rep./Libertarian)
2012: Paul LePage/John Kasich (Republican), Gary Johnson/Jim Gray (Libertarian)
2017- : Michelle Williams/Bobby Jindal (Republican)
2016: Steve Beshear/Deval Patrick (Democrat)
2020: Stacy Abrams/Jim Webb (Democrat)
ah, so this is the TL where Lisa isn't appointed to the Senate and Bart doesn't become Chief Justice of the United States
 

Blackentheborg

Dennis Skinner's molotov
Location
Llareggub, Wales
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Political career of Matthew "Matt" Shea

1996-2005: Second Lieutenant, United States Army

- deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iraq, and Kuwait. Disarmed by a commander during service for 'anger issues'
2005-2006: Captain, Washington Army National Guard
2008: Founder, Washington Family Foundation

- socially conservative advocacy group, later merged with the Family Policy Institute of Washington
2008: Founder, ACT! for America (Spokane Chapter)
- U.S.-based anti-Muslim "advocacy" group, designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center
2009-2021: Member of the Washington House of Representatives from the 4th district
'08: defeated Tim Hattenburg
'10: [unopposed]
'12: defeated Amy Biviano
'16: defeated Scott Stucker
'18: defeated Ted Cummings
- repeatedly attempted to block the recognition of same-sex marriage
- billed $4,700 for olive oil poured on Capitol steps in response to Satanist demonstration
- distributed a document titled "Biblical Basis for War", advocating for a religiously-motivated civil war
- accused of domestic terrorism by the FBI, refused to resign

2014: Founding member & Chairman, Coalition of Western States (COWS)
- supported of the 2016 occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge by the Citizens for Constitutional Freedom
2021-2023: Pastor, Covenant Christian Church (Spokane)
- delivered multiple sermons deriding the Biden administration as "marxist dictators" and repeatedly advocated fundamentalist extremism
2023-2024: Private citizen, Republican
- anonymously published another manifesto titled "Freedom by Blood", after a racially-motivated terrorist attack in Oregon left 30+ dead
- briefly reentered the public consciousness following his defence of former president Donald Trump during his SCONY trial, claiming a deep-state conspiracy

2024: Republican Party Primary candidate for Washington's 5th District
lost to Nadine Woodward
2025-2026:
Private citizen, Republican
- led counter-protests in Spokane following the 2024 General Election controversy, resulting in four dead and nine injured
2026: Republican Party candidate for Governor of Washington
defeated Matt Boehnke, Caleb Heimlich, others
lost to
Lisa Herbold
- maintained state-level Democrats had 'stolen' the election by bussing in liberal voters
2026-2030: Private citizen, Republican
- appeared on Fox News in defence of rising white supremacist beliefs within federal immigration agencies
2028: Republican Party candidate for Washington's 3rd District
defeated J.T Wilcox
2029-2033: Representative for Washington
defeated Joe Nguyen, Kshama Sawant (Socialist Alternative)
- maintained that President Buttigieg was the 'greatest threat to both our god and our country' and vowed to stonewall any legislation
- voted in lockstep with the pro-Trump faction of the Republican party, of which he was a vocal member
- claimed Democratic party made use of 'socialist gestapo agents' following the arrest of State Rep. Ammon Bundy
- despite staunch opposition to the
Buttigieg administration, voted "Yes" twice to the Resolutions for War against Turkey and Venezuela
- advocated multiple congressional actions based on far-right conspiracy theories, was censured twice by Speaker of the House Cedric Richmond
- lost reelection to City Councilwoman Varisha Khan despite claiming voting machines were hacked by Chinese trollfarms

2033-2035: Private citizen, Republican
- entered into outstanding legal disputes with American intelligence agencies following the conclusion of his domestic terrorism investigation, all while continuing to post on far-right message boards anonymously, frequently advocating for a biblical race war
- United States begins suffering from widespread cyberattacks on it's national grid, prompting xenophobic resentment to skyrocket

2035: Member of the Patriotic Christian States Compact (PCSC)
- fed sensitive information concerning congressional security to the organisation, resulting in the Bloody Thursday Massacre
- arrested by federal agents on treason charges

2035-2037: Political prisoner
- tried and sentenced to life imprisonment in the USP Florence ADMAX
2037-present: (unknown)

- declared 'missing' after the PCSC raided the prison complex
- multiple individuals claim Shea continues as the organisation's leader/"Verum Bellator"
 
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Meppo

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Location
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- despite staunch opposition to the Buttigieg administration, voted "Yes" twice to the Resolutions for War against Turkey and Venezuela
👀
who won

2028: Republican Party candidate for Washington's 3rd District
defeated J.T Wilcox
2029-2033: Representative for Washington
defeated Joe Nguyen, Kshama Sawant (Socialist Alternative)
what the hell did the 3rd district look like
 

Comrade Izaac

Secretary General of the Alt-Historians Union
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They/Them
...i-is my usual theme "everything in the US catches on fire"? 😰
blacken fifty percent of the time timelines u write that seem like they're ending well have a specific and deliberate caveat u leave saying "oh by the way this is probably still gonna catch on fire lol".

u once wrote a timeline where avowed socialists shaun scott and fucking lee carter got elected, transformed america and we're so popular they tried to repeal term limits and u STILL implied at the end that the continuation of the story would involve the white supremacist takeover of america not long after

it's not a bad thing, but it's nothing if not your style
 

Time Enough

"Enthusiastic Cis Male Partner"
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The White Heat: The Wilson-Reuther years and the Rise of the Anglo Model 1964-1992

Prime Ministers of the U.K:
1964-1973: Harold Wilson (Labour)

1964 (Majority) def: Alec Douglas Home (Conservative), Jo Grimond (Liberal)
1966 (Majority) def: Reginald Maulding (Conservative), Jo Grimond (Liberal)
1970 (Majority) def: Reginald Maulding (Conservative), Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)

1973-1978: Ted Heath (Conservative)
1973 (Majority) def: Harold Wilson (Labour), Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
1978-1984: Denis Healy (Labour)†
1978 (Majority) def: Ted Heath (Conservative), John Pardoe (Liberal), William Wolfe (SNP)
1982 (Majority) def: Keith Joseph (Conservative), John Pardoe (Liberal), David Owen (SDP), William Wolfe (SNP)

1984-1985: Gwyneth Dunwoody (Labour Caretaker)
1985-1988: Bryan Gould (Labour)
1985 (Coalition with Social Liberals) def: Norman Tebbit (Conservative), David Penhaligon (Social Liberals), David Owen (SDP), Jim Sillars (SNP)
1988-1992: Ken Clarke (Conservative)
1988 (Majority) def: Bryan Gould (Labour), Lindsay Granshaw (Social Liberals), Sue Slipman (SDP), Jim Sillars (SNP)
1992-: Paul Boateng (Labour)
1992 (Majority) def: Ken Clarke (Conservative), Lindsay Granshaw (Social Liberals), Sue Slipman (SDP), Margo MacDonald (SNP)

Presidents of the U.S.A:
1960-1963: John F. Kennedy (Democratic)

1960 With (Walter Reuther) def: Richard Nixon (Republican)
1963-1972: Walter Reuther (Democratic)
1964 With (Edmund Muskie) def: Barry Goldwater (Republican), George Wallace (Dixiecrat)
1968 With (Robert Nix) def: Harold Stassen (Republican), George Wallace (States Rights)

1972-1977: Nelson Rockerfeller (Republican)
1972 With (John B.Anderson) def: Edmund Muskie (Democratic), John Schmitz (American Independent)
1976 With (John B.Anderson) def: Eugene McGovern (Democratic), John Schmitz (American Independent), Mike Gavel (Peace and Freedom)

1977-1980: John B.Anderson (Republican)
1980-1984: Mo Udall (Democratic)

1980 With (Walter Mondale) def: John B.Anderson (Republican), Milton Friedman (Liberal Republican)
1984-1988: Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic)
1984 With (Bob Matsui) def: George Bush (Republican), Alan Greenspan (Liberal Republican)
1988-1992: John Chafee (Republican)
1988 With (Lynn Morley Martin) def: Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic), Bernie Sanders (Peace and Freedom)
1992-: Ron Dellums (Democratic)
1992 With (Paul Wellstone) def: John Chafee (Republican), Lynn Morley Martin (Liberal Republican)

"The Anglo Model is a style of Social Democracy that emerged in the 1960s under the advisement of Harold Wilson in the U.K. and Walter Reuther in the U.S.A which stressed Industrial Democracy, Expansion of Trade Unions, CoOperatives, Equal Rights and Socially Liberal Values. This style of Social Democracy would be continued in a manner by the Centre Right Governments of Heath and Rockerfeller (though there would attempts to deregulate certain sections of the economy and reform trade unions) which would anger a number of Monterists in the Republicans and Conservatives which would lead to numerous attempts to takeover (which would often fail). During the 1980s the Anglo Model would be changed under the rule of Bryan Gould and Geraldine Ferraro which would shift the model into a more Libertarian model with changing the interaction between banks, credit, reducing the size of the state and establishing small scale housing democracies inspired by the New Zealand Lange-Beethem Government during the 80s. The successions of Paul Boateng and Ron Dellums in 1992 would be credited as the true success of the Socially Liberal aspect of the Anglo Model as well as indicating a shift Leftwards towards Democratic Socialist models of Government..."- A Quick Breakdown of the Anglo Model, 1964-1992.

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Credit to @Japhy from way back who mentioned the Walter Reuther as President idea.
White Heat; Reboot:
So I presented @Oppo with the list above because I thought his interpretation was fun and decided to continue it. Consider this a @Oppo and Me List inspired by a mention from @Japhy because this forum is wheels within wheels...

Feel free to ask questions since I’m not particularly intending to do a write up...

1964 - 1972: Harold Wilson (Labour)
1964 (Majority) def. Alec Douglas-Home (Conservative), Jo Grimond (Liberal)
1968 (Majority) def. Quintin Hogg (Conservative), Jo Grimond (Liberal)

1972 - 1972: Jim Callaghan † (Labour)
1972 - 1978: Roy Jenkins (Labour)

1973 (Majority) def. Reginald Maulding (Conservative), Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
1978 - 1985: Airey Neave (Conservative)
1978 (Coalition with Reform) def. Roy Jenkins (Labour), Reg Prentice (Reform), Emlyn Hooson (Liberal)
1983 (Pact with Reform) def. Peter Shore (Labour),
David Steel (Liberal)
1985-1989: Timothy Raison (Conservative)
1987 (Pact with Reform) def: Peter Shore (Labour), David Steel (Liberal)
1989-1998: Bryan Gould (Labour)
1989 (Coalition with Liberals) def: Timothy Raison (Conservative), David Penhaligon (Liberal), Mike Thomas (Ind. Reform)
1994 (Majority) def: William Waldgreave (Conservative), David Penhaligon (Liberal)

1998-2003: Paul Boateng (Labour)
1998 (Majority) def: Virginia Bottomley (Conservative), Simon Hughes (Liberal)
2003-2012: Peter Ainsworth (Conservative)
2003 (Majority) def: Paul Boateng (Labour), Simon Hughes (Liberal), Clare Short-Caroline Lucas (Forward!)
2007 (Majority) def: Peter Hain (Labour), Simon Hughes (Liberal), Ron Davies-China Melville (Forward!)
2011 (Majority) def: Peter Hain (Labour), Olly Grender (Liberal)

2012-2013: Laura Sandys (Conservative)
2013-: Lorna Fitzsimons (Labour)

2013 (Majority) def: Laura Sandys (Conservative), Olly Grender (Liberal)
2017 (Majority) def: Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative), John Leech (Liberal), Martin Daubney (Reform)



1961 - 1963: John F. Kennedy † / Walter Reuther (Democratic)
1960 def. Richard Nixon / Henry Cabot Lodge II (Republican), Harry Byrd / Strom Thurmond (Unpledged Democratic)
1963 - 1965: Walter Reuther / Vacant (Democratic)
1965 - 1973: Walter Reuther / Terry Sanford (Democratic)

1964 def. Richard Nixon / John J. Williams (Republican), George Wallace / Ross Barnett (States' Rights)
1968 def. Nelson Rockefeller / George Murphy (Republican), George Wallace / Ezra Taft Benson (American)

1973 - 1981: George Bush / Melvin Laird (Republican)
1972 def. Robert Kennedy / John Glenn (Democratic), vacant [replacing George Wallace † / John Schmitz] (American)
1976 def. Henry Jackson / Birch Bayh (Democratic)

1981 - 1989: Fred Harris / Robert Drinan (Democratic)
1980 def. Jack Eckerd / James Buckley (Republican)
1984 def: Mark Hatfield / Edward Brooke (Republican), Jeanne Kirkpatrick / Larry MacDonald (Liberty)

1989-1993: George Moscone / Elizabeth Holtzman (Democratic)
1989 def: Pete Du Pont VI / John Heinz (Republican), Larry MacDonald / Alan Greenspan (Liberty)
1993-2001: Nancy Kassebaum / Bob Dornan (Republican)
1992 def: George Moscone / Elizabeth Holtzman (Democratic), Jerry Brown / Russell Means (Independent endorsed by Greens & Libertarians)
1996 def: Dick Gephardt / John Norquist (Democratic), Jerry Brown / Pete McCloskey (New Alliance)

2001-2007: Richard Trumka / Ron Dellums (Democratic)
2000 def: Bob Dornan / Colin Powell (Republican), Pete McCloskey / Darcy Richardson (New Alliance)
2004 def: Christine Todd Whitman / Sam Raimi (Republican)

2007-2007: Richard Trumka / Vacant (Democratic)
2007-2009: Richard Trumka / Carol Moseley Braun

2009-2011: Fred Thompson / Michael Steele (Republican)

2008 def: Carol Moseley Braun / Bill George (Democratic), Mike Gravel / Daryl Hannah (New Alliance)
2011-2012: Michael Steele / Vacant (Republican)
2012-2017: Michael Steele / Tim Pawlenty (Republican)

2012 def: George Miller / Andy Stern (Democratic)
2017-: Donna Edwards / Mark Pocan (Democratic)
2016 def: Tim Pawlenty / Betsy DeVos (Republican), Carly Fiorina / Krist Novoselic (Independent)
2020 def: Phil Scott / Carly Fiorina (Republican), Michael Flynn / Ronna McDaniel (Patriot)
 
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