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Nothing but Schadenfreude: A Test Thread

cikka

Poorly Gendered Kenthusiast
Location
Kentkingsh- kentklungklicklingshirekington
Pronouns
fuck idk man, do what you like
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. Vito Marcantonio (Socialist) [lost]
10. Ferdinand Lee Barrett (Liberty) [lost]
it’s anti-anti-italian discrimination
 

Walpurgisnacht

Not affiliated with noted reporter WaluigiPissKink
Location
Banned from the forum
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. Gary Locke (Farmer-Labor-Socialist) [lost]
8.
9. Vito Marcantonio (Socialist) [lost]
10. Ferdinand Lee Barrett (Liberty) [lost]
 

rosa

Well-known member
2009 - 2017: Senator John Edwards (Democratic)
2008 (with Evan Bayh) def. Fmr. Governor Mitt Romney (Republican)
2012 (with Evan Bayh) def. Businessman Donald Trump (Republican), Fmr. Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Independent)

2017 - present: Fmr. Senator Vivian Davis Figures (Democratic)
2016 (with Chet Culver) def. Fmr. Secretary Condoleezza Rice (Republican)
2020 (with Chet Culver) def. Governor Jon Husted (Republican)
 

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. Gary Locke (Farmer-Labor-Socialist) [lost]
8. W. E. B. Du Bois (Socialist Labor) [lost]
9. Vito Marcantonio (Socialist) [lost]
10. Ferdinand Lee Barrett (Liberty) [lost]
 

rosa

Well-known member
1917 - 1921: Justice Charles E. Hughes (Republican)
1916 (with Charles W. Fairbanks) def. Pres. Woodrow Wilson (Democratic)

1921 - 1924: Asst. Sec. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1920 (with Albert Ritchie) def. Pres. Charles E. Hughes (Republican)

1924 - 1929: Vice Pres. Albert Ritchie (Democratic)
1924 (with Herbert Hoover) def. Fmr. Postmaster General Will H. Hays (Republican), Governor Charles W. Bryan (Progressive)

1929 - 1933: Fmr. Sec. Jesse H. Jones (Democratic)
1928 (with William Hasting) def. Fmr. Gov. Gifford Pinchot (Republican)

1933 - 1945: Senator Hiram W. Johnson (Republican)
1932 (with Bertrand Snell) def. Pres. Jesse H. Jones (Democratic)
1936 (with Bertrand Snell) def. Speaker William H. Bankhead (Democratic)
1940 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Businessman Edsel Ford (Democratic)
1944 (with Roscoe C. Patterson) def. Governor George Creel (Democratic)

1945 - 1953: Vice Pres. Roscoe C. Patterson (Republican)

1948 (with Wallace H. White Jr.) def. Governor George Creel (Democratic), Governor George T. Mickelson (Progressive)

1953 - 1961: Ret. General George C. Marshall (Democratic)
1952 (with Henry Jackson) def. Governor Herbert Hoover Jr. (Republican)

1956 (with Henry Jackson) def. Fmr. Gov. Herbert Hoover Jr. (Republican), Progressive Faithless Elector

1961 - 1963: Senator John Davis Lodge (Republican)
1960 (with Everett Dirksen) def. Vice President Henry Jackson (Democratic), Progressive Faithless Electors

1963 - 1969: Vice President Everett Dirksen (Republican)
1964 (with George Romney) def. Senator Eugene McCarthy (Democratic)

1969 - 1974: Fmr. Vice Pres. Henry Jackson (Democratic)
1968 (with Paul Sarbanes) def. Vice Pres. George Romney (Republican), Governor Tom McCall (Third Force)

1972 (with Paul Sarbanes) def. Senator Evan Mecham (Republican)
1974 - 1977: Vice President Stewart Udall (Democratic)

1977 - 1981: Fmr. Gov. Winfield Dunn (Republican)

1976 (with Jon Huntsman Sr.) def. President Stewart Udall (Democratic)

1981 - 1989: Fmr. Gov. Kirk Douglas (Democratic)
1980 (with Ted Kennedy) def. President Winfield Dunn (Republican), Rep. Larry MacDonald (Independent)

1980 (with Ted Kennedy) def. Fmr. Vice President Jon Huntsman Jr. (Republican)

1989 - 1993: Vice President Ted Kennedy (Democratic)
1988 (with Rick Perry) def. Governor Michael Bilirakis (Republican)


1993 - 2001: Governor Mike Huckabee (Republican)
1992 (with Buddy Roemer) def. President Ted Kennedy (Democratic), Businessman Ted Turner (Independent)
1996 (with Buddy Roemer) def. Senator Walter Mondale (Democratic), Businessman Ted Turner (Alliance)

2001 - 2009: Governor Ted Kennedy Jr. (Democratic)
2000 (with Warren Christopher) def. Vice President Buddy Roemer (Republican)

2004 (with Warren Christopher) def. Senator John McCain (Republican)

2009 - 2017: Senator Claude Allen (Republican)
2008 (with Mitch McConnell) def. Senator Joe Kernan (Democratic)
2012 (with Mitch McConnell) def. Fmr. Governor Ron Reagan (Democratic)

2017 - 2021: Businessman Steve Harvey (Democratic)
2016 (with Ted Strickland) def. Fmr. Secretary Janet Huckabee (Republican)


2021 - present: Fmr. Vice President Mitch McConnell (Republican)
2020 (with Rachel Paulose) def. President Steve Harvey (Democratic)
 
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rosa

Well-known member
WIP

1933 - 1949:
Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1932 (with John Nance Garner) def. President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1936 (with John Nance Garner) def. Senator Frederick Steiwer (Republican)
1940 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Governor John W. Bricker (Republican)

1944 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Senator W. Lee O'Daniel (Texas Regulars), Republican faithless electors, Businessman Wendell Wilkie † (Republican)

1949 - 1953: Mayor Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1948 (with Lyndon B. Johnson) def. Fmr. Governor Harold Stassen (Republican), Governor Strom Thurmond (Dixicrat)

1953 - 1955: General Dwight D. Eisenhower (Democratic)
1952 (with Lyndon B. Johnson) def. Senator Robert A. Taft (Republican)
1955 - 1965: Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1956 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. Fmr. Governor Thomas E. Dewey, Fmr. Senator John W. Bricker (Independent)
1960 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. Governor John Malcolm Patterson (Heritage), Fmr. Governor Harold Stassen (Republican), Senator Barry Goldwater (Conservative)

1965- 1973: UAW President Walter Reuther (Democratic)
1964 (with Ronald Reagan) def. Senator Richard Nixon (Republican), Governor Orvile Faubus (Heritage), Senator John Tower (Conservative)
1968 (with Al D'Amato) def. Senator Herman Talmadge (Heritage), Fmr. Governor Charles Edison (Conservative), Fmr. Senator John Davis Lodge (Republican)

1973 - 1977: Fmr. President Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1972 (with George Wallace) def. Fmr. Governor Jimmie Davis (Heritage), Fmr. Mayor William F. Buckley (Conservative), Rep. Edward Brooke (Republican)

1977 - 1981: Secretary George McGovern (Democratic)
1976 (with Chep Morrison) def. Senator Strom Thurmond (Heritage), Andrew P. O'Rourke (Conservative), Activist Ellen McCormack (Republican)

1981 - 1985: Senator Sam Yorty (Democratic)
1980 (with Trent Lott) def. Fmr. Governor James Buckley (Conservative), Fmr. Governor Lester Maddox (Heritage), Fmr. Vice President Ronald Reagan (Liberal), Activist Martin Luther King Jr. (Poor People's), Fmr. Rep. John Rarick (Republican)

1985 - 1989: Businessman Charles Koch (Independent)
1984 (with Ralph Nader) def. Senator Joe Biden (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Jesse Helms (Heritage), President Sam Yorty (Independent), Activist Mattias Koehl (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Lyndon LaRouche (Joe Kennedy Society)
1986 - 1989: President Charles Koch (Economic Liberty)

1989 - 1991: Vice President Ralph Nader (Poor People's)
1991 - 1997: President Ralph Nader (Justice and Development)
1988 (with Cesar Chavez) def. Fmr. First Lady Lady Bird Johnson (Democratic), President Charles Koch (Economic Liberty), Fmr. President Sam Yorty (American), Fmr. Vice President Trent Lott (Heritage), Fmr. Rep. David Duke (Republican)
1992 (with Edwin Edwards) def. Senator Ronald E. Paul (Economic Liberty), Senator Larry MacDonald (Heritage), Fmr. Governor Mario Biaggi (American), Senator Althea Garrison (Democratic), Fmr. Rep. David Duke (Republican)
• 1995 Passage of the "Democratic Bill of Rights", Presidential elections moved to a two-round runoff

1997 - 2001: Senator Birch Bayh (Democratic)
1996 (with Ted Wilson) def. Governor H. Guy Hunt (Economic Liberty), Senator Zell Miller (Heritage), Vice President Edwin Edwards (Justice and Development), Rep. Merril Cook (Independent Democratic)

2001 - 2005: Governor Richard Trumka (Democratic)
2000 (with Skip Humphrey) def. Senator Orrin Hatch (Economic Liberty), Senator Jim Hightower (Justice and Development), Governor George Wallace Jr. (Heritage), Fmr. Rep. Merril Cook (Independent Democratic)
2008 (with Skip Humphrey) def. Activist Corretta Scott King (Justice and Development), Senator Bob Smith (Heritage), F (Economic Liberty), Rep. Evan Bayh (Freedom)

2009 - 2017: Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger (Economic Liberty)
2008 (with Don Stenberg) def. Vice President Skip Humphrey (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Evan Mecham (Heritage), Mayor Al Sharpton (Justice and Development)
2012 (with Don Stenberg) def. Senator Karl Rove (Heritage), Senator Charlotte Pritt (Justice and Development), Senator Ted Mondale (Democratic)


2017 - 2021: Vice President Don Stenberg (Economic Liberty)
2016 (with Phil Scott) def. Senator John Eder (Justice and Development), Labor Leader James P. Hoffa (Democratic), Governor Steve King (Heritage)

2021 - present: Governor Kinky Friedman (Justice and Development)
2020 (with Kyrsten Sinema) def. Fmr. Governor Jared Kushner (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Bob Smith (Heritage), Vice President Phil Scott (Economic Liberty)




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rosa

Well-known member
WIP

1933 - 1949:
Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1932 (with John Nance Garner) def. President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1936 (with John Nance Garner) def. Senator Frederick Steiwer (Republican)
1940 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Governor John W. Bricker (Republican)

1944 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Senator W. Lee O'Daniel (Texas Regulars), Republican faithless electors, Businessman Wendell Wilkie † (Republican)

1949 - 1953: Mayor Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1948 (with Lyndon B. Johnson) def. Fmr. Governor Harold Stassen (Republican), Governor Strom Thurmond (Dixicrat)

1953 - 1955: General Dwight D. Eisenhower (Democratic)
1952 (with Lyndon B. Johnson) def. Senator Robert A. Taft (Republican)
1955 - 1965: Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1956 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. Fmr. Governor Thomas E. Dewey, Fmr. Senator John W. Bricker (Independent)
1960 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. Governor John Malcolm Patterson (Heritage), Fmr. Governor Harold Stassen (Republican), Senator Barry Goldwater (Conservative)

1965- 1973: UAW President Walter Reuther (Democratic)
1964 (with Ronald Reagan) def. Senator Richard Nixon (Republican), Governor Orvile Faubus (Heritage), Senator John Tower (Conservative)
1968 (with Al D'Amato) def. Senator Herman Talmadge (Heritage), Fmr. Governor Charles Edison (Conservative), Fmr. Senator John Davis Lodge (Republican)

1973 - 1977: Fmr. President Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)
1972 (with George Wallace) def. Fmr. Governor Jimmie Davis (Heritage), Fmr. Mayor William F. Buckley (Conservative), Rep. Edward Brooke (Republican)

1977 - 1981: Secretary George McGovern (Democratic)
1976 (with Chep Morrison) def. Senator Strom Thurmond (Heritage), Andrew P. O'Rourke (Conservative), Activist Ellen McCormack (Republican)

1981 - 1985: Senator Sam Yorty (Democratic)
1980 (with Trent Lott) def. Fmr. Governor James Buckley (Conservative), Fmr. Governor Lester Maddox (Heritage), Fmr. Vice President Ronald Reagan (Liberal), Activist Martin Luther King Jr. (Poor People's), Fmr. Rep. John Rarick (Republican)

1985 - 1989: Businessman Charles Koch (Independent)
1984 (with Ralph Nader) def. Senator Joe Biden (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Jesse Helms (Heritage), President Sam Yorty (Independent), Activist Mattias Koehl (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Lyndon LaRouche (Joe Kennedy Society)
1986 - 1989: President Charles Koch (Economic Liberty)

1989 - 1991: Vice President Ralph Nader (Poor People's)
1991 - 1997: President Ralph Nader (Justice and Development)
1988 (with Cesar Chavez) def. Fmr. First Lady Lady Bird Johnson (Democratic), President Charles Koch (Economic Liberty), Fmr. President Sam Yorty (American), Fmr. Vice President Trent Lott (Heritage), Fmr. Rep. David Duke (Republican)
1992 (with Edwin Edwards) def. Senator Ronald E. Paul (Economic Liberty), Senator Larry MacDonald (Heritage), Fmr. Governor Mario Biaggi (American), Senator Althea Garrison (Democratic), Fmr. Rep. David Duke (Republican)
• 1995 Passage of the "Democratic Bill of Rights", Presidential elections moved to a two-round runoff

1997 - 2001: Senator Birch Bayh (Democratic)
1996 (with Ted Wilson) def. Governor H. Guy Hunt (Economic Liberty), Senator Zell Miller (Heritage), Vice President Edwin Edwards (Justice and Development), Rep. Merril Cook (Independent Democratic)

2001 - 2005: Governor Richard Trumka (Democratic)
2000 (with Skip Humphrey) def. Senator Orrin Hatch (Economic Liberty), Senator Jim Hightower (Justice and Development), Governor George Wallace Jr. (Heritage), Fmr. Rep. Merril Cook (Independent Democratic)
2008 (with Skip Humphrey) def. Activist Corretta Scott King (Justice and Development), Senator Bob Smith (Heritage), F (Economic Liberty), Rep. Evan Bayh (Freedom)

2009 - 2017: Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger (Economic Liberty)
2008 (with Don Stenberg) def. Vice President Skip Humphrey (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Evan Mecham (Heritage), Mayor Al Sharpton (Justice and Development)
2012 (with Don Stenberg) def. Senator Karl Rove (Heritage), Senator Charlotte Pritt (Justice and Development), Senator Ted Mondale (Democratic)


2017 - 2021: Vice President Don Stenberg (Economic Liberty)
2016 (with Phil Scott) def. Senator John Eder (Justice and Development), Labor Leader James P. Hoffa (Democratic), Governor Steve King (Heritage)

2021 - present: Governor Kinky Friedman (Justice and Development)
2020 (with Kyrsten Sinema) def. Fmr. Governor Jared Kushner (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Bob Smith (Heritage), Vice President Phil Scott (Economic Liberty)




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Did a lot of work on it. Any thoughts?
 

rosa

Well-known member
1829 - 1831: Fmr. Senator Andrew Jackson (Democratic)
1828 (with John C. Calhoun) def. President John Q. Adams (National Republican)
1831 - 1831: Vice President John C. Calhoun (Democratic)
1831 - 1833: Senator Samuel Smith (Democratic)

1833 - 18XX: Senator Henry Clay (National Republican)

1832 (with John Seargent) def. Ambassador Martin Van Buren (Democratic), Fmr. Acting President John C. Calhoun (Independent-Nullifier), Fmr. President John Q. Adams (Anti-Masonic)
 

rosa

Well-known member
1897 - 1905: Governor William McKinley (Republican)
1896 (with Garret Hobart) def. Fmr. Rep. William Jennings Bryan (Democratic-Populist)
1900 (with Theodore Roosevelt) def. Fmr. Rep. William Jennings Bryan (Democratic)

1905 - 1908: Fmr. President Grover Cleveland (Democratic)
1904 (with John W. Kern) def. Senator Mark Hanna (Republican), Fmr. State Senator Eugene V. Debs (Socialist)
1908 - 1909: Vice President John W. Kern (Democratic)

1909 - 1912: Fmr. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1912 - 1915: President Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)
1915 - 1918: President Theodore Roosevelt ("Pro-War" Republican)
1908 (with Johnathan P. Dolliver) def. Fmr. Rep. William Jennings Bryan (Democratic), Fmr. State Senator Eugene V. Debs (Socialist)
1912 (with Hiram Johnson) def. Senator Oscar Underwood (Democratic), Mayor Emil Seidel (Socialist), Rep. James Sherman (Republican)*, Republican faithless electors
1916 (with William H. Taft) def. Senator Gilbert Hitchcock (Democratic), Senator Robert M. LaFollette (National Progressive), Fmr. Vice President Hiram Johnson (Progressive), Senator Ashley Miler (Socialist)
1918 - 19XX: Vice President William H. Taft (Republican)
 
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rosa

Well-known member
1897 - 1905: Rep. William Jennings Bryan (Democratic)
1896 (with Arthur Sewall) def. Governor William McKinley (Republican)
1900 (with Charles A. Towne*) def. Fmr. Gov. William McKinley (Republican)

1905 - 1906: Senator Mark Hanna (Republican)
1904 (with James Sherman) def. Fmr. President Grover Cleveland (Democratic), Fmr. State Senator Eugene V. Debs (Social Democracy)
1906 - 1912: Vice President James Sherman (Republican)
1908 (with Charles Fairbanks) def. Governor William R. Heart (Democratic)
1912 - 1913: Vice President Charles Fairbanks (Republican)

1917 - 1921: Publisher Charles W. Bryan (Democratic)
1912 (with John S. Williams) def. President Charles Fairbanks (Republican), Fmr. Governor Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive)

1917 - 1921: Governor Theodore E. Burton (Republican)
1916 (with T. Coleman DuPont) def. President Charles W. Bryan (Democratic)

1921 - 1922: Senator Edward I. Edwards (Democratic)
1920 (with John M. Parker) def. President Theodore E. Burton (Republican), Fmr. President William Jennings Bryan (People's)
1922 - 19XX: Vice President John M. Parker (Democratic)


Democratic: 4C58B3
Republican: B3A74C
Socialist: CD3700
Progressive: 5FD170
People's: ACE1AF
 

rosa

Well-known member
1861 - 1863: Fmr. Rep. Abraham Lincoln (Republican)
1860 (with Hannibal Hamlin) def. Vice President John C. Breckenridge (Southern Democratic), Senator John Bell (Constitutional Union), Senator Stephen Douglas (Democratic)

• 1861 Secession of the Confederate States of America
• 1863 Army of the Potomac Coup D'etat - Succession of George B. McClellan to the Presidency

1863 - 1864: General George B. McClellan (Military)
• 1864 Surrender of the United States - Confederate Independence

• 1864 Recapture of the United States Government by Lincoln Loyalists - Succession of Lincoln to the Presidency - Second Inauguration

1864 - 1872: Fmr. President Abraham Lincoln (National Union)
1864 (with Benjamin F. Butler) def. Fmr. Governor Thomas Seymour (Democratic), President George B. McClellan (Independent)

1868 (with Benjamin F. Butler) def. Fmr. Senator Andrew Johnson (Democratic), Mayor Fernando Wood (Independent)
• 1869-70 Free City of New York Rebellion - Arrest and execution of Fernando Wood - tightening of Presidential emergency powers
• 1871 Assassination of President Lincoln by New York "Freedom Fighters" - Succession of Benjamin F. Butler to the Presidency - state of emergency declared
• 1872 election delayed to February '73

1872 - 1875: Vice President Benjamin F. Butler (National Union)
1873 (with Benjamin Wade) def. Governor Charles F. Adams (Democratic), Fmr. President George B. McClellan (Independent)

• 1875 Death of Vice President Wade
• 1875 Impeachment and Removal of President Butler - Succession of Henry B. Anthony to the Presidency

1875 - 1875: P.P.T. Henry B. Anthony (National Union)
1875 - 1881: President Henry B. Anthony (Reconstruction)
1876 (with Adelbert Ames) def. Governor Joel Parker (Democratic)
• 1875 Beginning of the "National Reconstruction"

1881 - 1883: Secretary Robert Todd Lincoln (Reconstruction)

1883 - 1889: President Robert Todd Lincoln (National Union)
1880 (with Robert Smalls) def. Senator Henry B. Payne (Democratic), Senator Newton Booth (Anti-Monopoly)
1884 (with John A. Logan) def. Ret. General Winfield S. Hancock (Democratic), Senator Joseph E. McDonald (Independent Democratic)


1889 - 1893: Author Samuel "M.T." Clemens (Democratic)

1893 - 1897: President Samuel "M.T." Clemens (Labor)
1888 (with Charles F. Adams Jr.) def. President Robert Todd Lincoln (National Union)
1892 (with Charles F. Adams Jr.) def. Fmr. Vice President John A. Logan (National Union), Senator John M. Palmer (Democratic)

1897 - 1901: Governor Levi P. Morton (National Union)

1896 (with William B. Allison) def. Senator John R. McLean (Democratic), Vice President Charles F. Adams Jr. (Labor)

1901 - 1905: Publisher William R. Hearst (Labor)

1900 (with Louis Brandeis) def. President Levi P. Morton (National Union), Businessman Lewis Nixon (Democratic)

1905 - 1913: Senator Charles Curtis (National Union)

1904 (with Francis E. Warren) def. President William R. Hearst (Labor), Mayor George B. McClellan Jr. (Independent), Fmr. Senator Henry G. Davis † (Democratic)
1908 (with Francis E. Warren) def. Senator George Turner (Labor), Governor Dick Cleveland (Democratic)


1913 - 1921: Fmr. Vice President Louis Brandeis (Labor)

1912 (Knute Nelson) def. Senator Eugene Foss (National Union)
1916 (Knute Nelson) def. Fmr. Vice President Francis E. Warren (National Union), Senator Medill McCormick (Independent National Union)

1921 - 1929: Mayor William Hale Thompson (National Union)

1920 (with Ogden Mills) def. Vice President Knute Nelson (Labor)
1924 (with Ogden Mills) def. Fmr. President William R. Hearst (Labor), Senator Thomas J. Walsh (Anti-Corruption)


1929 - 1937: Vice President Ogden Mills (National Union)

1928 (with Emanuel Philipp) def. Senator James J. Couzens (Labor)
1932 (with Emanuel Philipp) def. Governor Gifford Pinchot (Labor)


1937 - 1941: Senator Usher Burdick (Labor)

1936 (with Frances Perkins) def. Senator Frederick Steiwer

1941 - 1942: Irénée du Pont (National Union)

1940 (with Jouett Shouse) def. President Usher Burdick (Labor), Ret. General Smedley Butler (Independent)


Second Constitution (1942)


1942 - 1951:

1951 - 1954:

1954 - 1963:

1963-1969:

1969 - 1970:


Third Constitution (1970)

1970 - 1971: Speaker Tom C. Clark (Provisional Congress)
1970 May provisional election (with def. unopposed

1971 - 1979: Senator Birch Bayh (AFL-CIO)
1970 (with







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