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Nothing but Schadenfreude: A Test Thread

rosa

Well-known member
1993 - 2007: Governor Bill Clinton (Democratic)
1992 (with Al Gore) def. President George H.W. Bush (Republican), Businessman Ross Perot (Independent)
1996 (with Al Gore) def. Senator Bob Dole (Republican), Businessman Ross Perot (Reform)
2000 (with Jeanne Shaheen) def. Mr. Pat Buchanan (Republican), Senator John McCain (Reform)
• 2001 Attacks on the Twin Towers - Beginning of the Afghanistan War
• 2004 "Official" End of the Afghanistan War
2004
(with Andrew Cuomo) def. Governor Tommy Thompson (Republican)
• 2006 Resignation of Andrew Cuomo - to run for President
• 2006 Appointment and Confirmation of Vice President Dianne Feinstein
• 2007 Bill Clinton heartattack - Resignation and Withdrawal from the 2008 Presidential election - Succession of Dianne Feinstein
• 2007 Confirmation of Vice President Wesley Clark

2007 - 2009:
Vice President Dianne Feinstein (Democratic)
 

rosa

Well-known member
1933 - 1945: President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1933 - 1940: OTL
1944
(with Henry A. Wallace) def. Fmr. President Herbert Hoover (with Gov. Merrel Q. Sharpe) (Republican)
1945 - 1953: Vice President Henry A. Wallace (Democratic)
1948 (with Thomas J. Mabry) def. Fmr. Governor Charles A. Sprague (with Judge Sam Bratton) (Republican, endorsed by Anti-Wallace Democrats), Fmr. Governor Keen Johnson (with Gov. C.A. Robins) (Socialist)

1953 - 1957: Governor Val Peterson (Republican, endorsed by War Democrats)
1952 (with Kenneth C. Royal) def. Vice President Thomas J. Mabry [in place of Angier Goodwin] (with Fmr. Treasury Sec. Henry Morgenthau Jr.) (Democratic), Governor John W. Bonner (with Fmr. Gov. William J. Fields) (Independent)

1957 - 1961: Fmr. President Henry A. Wallace (Democratic) [in place of A. Harry Moore (1956)]
1956 (with Tom Connally) def. Governor Leo Hoegh (with Vice Pres. Kenneth C. Royal) (Republican)

1961 - 1964: Fmr. President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1960 (with Sam Yorty) def. Senator LeRoy Collins (Democratic) (with Sen. Philip Hart) (Democratic), Senator Kenneth Keating [in place of David S. King] (with Harold Stassen) (Independent)
1964 - 1969: Vice President Sam Yorty (Republican, endorsed by
War Democrats)
1964 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. Governor Bourke Hickenlooper (with Charles E. Bennett) (Peace Republican, endorsed by Democrats), Senator F. Ryan Duffy (with Rep. Albert Watson) (Socialist)
1969 - 197 : President Sam Yorty (Republican)
1968 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. himself (with Wayne N. Aspinall) (Democratic), Rep. William L. Dickinson (with Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller) (Independent Republican)
 
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rosa

Well-known member
1933 - 1945: President Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1933 - 1940: OTL
1944
(with Henry A. Wallace) def. Fmr. President Herbert Hoover (with Gov. Merrel Q. Sharpe) (Republican)
1945 - 1953: Vice President Henry A. Wallace (Democratic)
1948 (with Thomas J. Mabry) def. Fmr. Governor Charles A. Sprague (with Judge Sam Bratton) (Republican, endorsed by Anti-Wallace Democrats), Fmr. Governor Keen Johnson (with Gov. C.A. Robins) (Socialist)

1953 - 1957: Governor Val Peterson (Republican, endorsed by War Democrats)
1952 (with Kenneth C. Royal) def. Vice President Thomas J. Mabry [in place of Angier Goodwin] (with Fmr. Treasury Sec. Henry Morgenthau Jr.) (Democratic), Governor John W. Bonner (with Fmr. Gov. William J. Fields) (Independent)

1957 - 1961: Fmr. President Henry A. Wallace (Democratic) [in place of A. Harry Moore (1956)]
1956 (with Tom Connally) def. Governor Leo Hoegh (with Vice Pres. Kenneth C. Royal) (Republican)

1961 - 1964: Fmr. President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
1960 (with Sam Yorty) def. Senator LeRoy Collins (Democratic) (with Sen. Philip Hart) (Democratic), Senator Kenneth Keating [in place of David S. King] (with Harold Stassen) (Independent)
1964 - 1969: Vice President Sam Yorty (Republican, endorsed by
War Democrats)
1964 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. Governor Bourke Hickenlooper (with Charles E. Bennett) (Peace Republican, endorsed by Democrats), Senator F. Ryan Duffy (with Rep. Albert Watson) (Socialist)
1969 - 197 : President Sam Yorty (Republican)
1968 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. himself (with Wayne N. Aspinall) (Democratic), Rep. William L. Dickinson (with Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller) (Independent Republican)
Idek how to explain this. It was done by RNG
 

Mumby

Always mysterious!
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Idek how to explain this. It was done by RNG
1969 - 197 : President Sam Yorty (Republican)
1968 (with Nelson Rockefeller) def. himself (with Wayne N. Aspinall) (Democratic), Rep. William L. Dickinson (with Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller) (Independent Republican)
I wanna see the box for this
 

rosa

Well-known member
Teddy of Arabia: The Moose Rides Again

1913 - 1920: Fmr. Governor Woodrow Wilson (Democratic)

1912 (with Thomas Marshall) def. Fmr. President Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive), President William H. Taft (Republican), Fmr. State Senator Eugene V. Debs (Socialist)

1916 (with Thomas Marshall) def. Fmr. Gov. Charles E. Hughes (Republican)
1920 - 1921: Vice President Thomas Marshall (Democratic)

1921 - 1924: Fmr. President Theodore Roosevelt (Republican)
1920 (with Edwin P. Morrow) def. Fmr. Sec. William G. McAdoo (Democratic)
1924 - 1929: Vice President Edwin Morrow (Republican)
1924 (with Henry Stimson) def. Fmr. Pres. Thomas Marshall (Democratic), Fmr. Governor Sidney Johnston Catts (Prohibition)

1929 - 1937: Vice President Henry Stimson (Republican)


Republican: e3991c
Democratic: 2B73D4
Socialist: bf6071
Prohibition: ce54b1
 

rosa

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1969 - 1973: Gov. George Wallace (American Independent)
1968 (with Spiro Agnew) def. Fmr. Vice Pres. Richard Nixon (Republican), Vice Pres. Hubert Humphrey (Democratic)

1973 - 1978: Senator Birch Bayh (Democratic)
1972 (with Frank Church) def. Pres. George Wallace (Am. Independent), Fmr. Governor Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1976 (with Frank Church) def. Senator James Buckley (Republican), Fmr. Gov. Lester Maddox (Am. Independent)

1978 - 1984: Vice President Frank Church (Democratic)
1980 (with Ellis Arnall) def.

1984 - 1989: Vice President Ellis Arnall (Democratic)

1984 (with Shirley Hufstedler) def.
 

rosa

Well-known member
1933 - 1950: Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1932 (with John N. Garner) def. President Herbert Hoover (Republican)
• 1933 passage of the 21st Amendment (anti-prohibition)
1936
(with John N. Garner) def. Senator Frederick Steiwer (Republican), Senator Buron K. Wheeler (Farmer-Labor), Senator Huey P. Long (Write-ins)
1940 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Rep. Hamilton Fish III (Republican)
1944 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Governor Thomas E. Dewey (Republican), Senator W. Lee O'Daniel (Texas Regulars), Fmr. Governor Ma Ferguson (Texas Regulars)
1948 (with Rexford Tugwell) def. Governor Thomas E. Dewey (Republican)
• 1950 passage of the "Economic Bill of Rights"

1950 - 1961:
Vice President Rexford Tugwell (Democratic)
1952 (with Richard Russell) def. Ret. General George Patton (Republican)
• 1953 Congressional Vote on "New States Convention", 281-151-3 (76-19-1)
•1954 Ratification of the 22nd Amendment (Term-Limits)
1956
(with Frank G. Clement) def. Vice President Richard Russell (Dixicrat), Senator James H. Duff (Republican)
• 1959 Passage of the 23rd Amendment (D.C. Voting Rights)
• 1960 Passage of the 24th Amendment (National Referendums)


1961 - 1965:
Governor Corley Wallace (Democratic)
1960 (with Gale McGee) def. Senator William Jenner (Republican), Senator Hubert Humphrey (Farmer-Labor)
• 1962 Albany Massacre

1965 - 1970:
Vice President Gale McGee (Democratic)
1964 (with Corley Wallace) def. Rep. John Aspinwall Roosevelt (Republican), Senator Hubert Humphrey (Farmer-Labor)
1968 (with Corley Wallace) def. Fmr. Governor Ellis Arnall (Ind. Farmer-Labor), Senator Dick Nixon (Republican)
• 1969 Passage of the 25 Amendment (Collective Bargaining)
1970 - 1973:
Vice President Corley Wallace (Democratic)

1973 - present: Senator George McGovern (Farmer-Labor)
1972 (with William R. Anderson) def. Senator John D. Lodge (Republican), President Corley Wallace (Democratic), Governor Teno Roncalio (Ind. Democratic)
• 1973 Constitutional Convention Referendum, 59%-41%

• 1975 Passage of the Second United States Constitution
1976
(with William R. Anderson and Teno Roncalio) def. Fmr. Secretary Henry M. Jackson (Democratic), Fmr. Senator Laurence Rockefeller Jr. (Republican)
 

rosa

Well-known member
1974 - 1977: Vice President Gerald Ford (Republican)

1977 - 1981: Fmr. Governor Jimmy Carter (Democratic)

1976 (with Walter Mondale) def. President Gerald Ford (Republican)


1981 - 1987: Fmr. Governor Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1980 (with Gerald Ford) def. President Jimmy Carter (Democratic), Fmr. Rep. John Anderson (Independent)

1984 (with Gerald Ford) def. Senator Gary Hart (Democratic)
1987 - 1989: Vice President Gerald Ford (Republican)

1989 - 1993: Reverend Jesse Jackson (Democratic)

1988 (with John Glenn) def. Businessman Donald Trump (Republican), Businessman Lee Iacocca


1993 - 1995: Governor Jeb Bush (Republican)
1992 (with Gerald Ford) def. Vice President John Glenn (Democratic)

1995 - 1997: Vice President Gerald Ford (Republican)

1997 - 2001: Senator Sam Nunn (Democratic)

1996 (with Paul Tsongas) def. Senator Oliver North (Republican)


2001 - 2004: Fmr. Secretary George H.W. Bush (Republican)
2000 (with Gerald Ford) def. President Sam Nunn (Democratic), Fmr. Pres. Jesse Jackson (Independent)

2004 - 2006: Vice President Gerald Ford (Republican)
2004 (with George W. Bush) def. Senator Carol Mosley Braun

2006 - 2009: Vice President George W. Bush (Republican)
 

rosa

Well-known member
1993 - 1994: Lucien Bouchard (Bloc Québécois)
1993 (Minority, with NDP confidence and supply) def. Jean Chrétien (Liberal), Preston Manning (Reform), Audrey McLaughlin (New Democratic), Kim Campbell (Prog. Conservative)
Feb. 13, 1994 - March 23, 1994: No Consensus

1994 - 1995: Paul Martin (Liberal)
1995 Quebec Sovereignty Referendum: Yes (56%) def. No (44%)

1995 - XXXX: Preston Manning (Reform)

1995 (Majority) def. Paul Martin (Liberal), Jean Charest (Prog. Conservative), Svend Robinson (New Democratic)
 

rosa

Well-known member
2005 - 2006: Senator John F. Kerry (Democratic)
2004 (with John Edwards) def. President George W. Bush (Republican)
2006 - 2009: Vice President John Edwards (Democratic)

2009 - 2011: Rep. Ron Paul (Republican)
2008 (with Tom Ridge) def. Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Independent), Fmr. Vice President Al Gore (Independent), President John Edwards (Democratic)
2011 - 2013: Vice President Tom Ridge (Republican)

2013 - 20: Ret. General David Petraeus (Independent)
2012 (with Tom Ridge) def. Senator Russ Feingold (Democratic), Governor Michael Bloomberg (One America), Fmr. President Ron Paul (Republican)
 

rosa

Well-known member
1857 - 1861: Fmr. Senator James Buchanan (Democratic)
• 1860 Election Controversy - Beginning of Secession Crisis
• 1860 Resignation of Vice President John C. Breckenridge
• 1862 Assassination of President Buchanan - 1861 Succession Crisis

1861
- 1861: Speaker William Pennington (Republican)

1861 - 1863: Senator William H. Seward (Republican)
1860 (with Abraham Lincoln) def. Fmr. Secretary James Guthrie (with Gov. Horatio Seymour) (Democratic), Governor Sam Houston (with Senator Edward Everett) (Constitutionial Union)
• 1861 Attack on D.C. - Assassination of Vice President Lincoln - Beginning of the War of Southern Independence
• 1862 Trent Affair - Declaration of War on the British and French Empires - Beginning of the Great War of 1862
• 1863 Beginning of the New York Rebellion
• 1863 Passage of the Seward Succession Act
• 1863 Impeachment and Removal of President Seward

1863 - 1863:
Speaker Samuel H. Cox (Democratic)
• 1863 Passage of the 13th Amendment (Filling the Vice Presidency in case of vacancy)
• 1863 Appointment of George B. McClellan - Resignation of President Cox

1863 - 186:
Vice President George B. McClellan (Democratic)
• 1863 Appointment of James Guthrie
1864
(with Thomas H. Seymour) def. Fmr. Governor John C. Fremont (Radical Union), Fmr. Sec. Thurlow Weed (Republican)
 
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