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Nothing but Schadenfreude: A Test Thread

rosa

Well-known member
1981 - 1981: Fmr. Governor Ronald Reagan (Republican)
1980 (with George H.W. Bush) def. Pres. Jimmy Carter (Democratic), Rep. John Anderson (Independent)
1981 - 1981: Vice President George H.W. Bush (Republican)
• 1981 Assassinations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush
1981 - 1981:
Secretary Al Haig (Acting Republican)
1981 - 1981: Speaker Tip O'Neil (Democratic)
• 1981 Succession Crisis Resolved, Ann Armstrong (R) appointed to the Vice Presidency by Pres. O'Neal (D)
• 1981 Resignation of Tip O'Neil


1981 - 1985: Vice President Ann Armstrong (Republican)

1985 - 1990: Senator Gary Hart (Democratic)
1984 (with Geraldine Ferraro) def. Pres. Ann Armstrong (Republican), Fmr. Rep. John Anderson (National Union)
1988 (with Dick Cheney) def. Fmr. Secretary Al Haig (Republican), Fmr. Senator Eugene McCarthy (National Union)
• 1989 Impeachment and Resignation of Gary Hart

1990 - 1991:
Vice President Dick Cheney (Republican)
• Al Haig (R) appointed to the Vice Presidency by Pres. Cheney (R)
• Resignation of Dick Cheney (1991 Coup D'etat)

1991 - 1994:
Vice President Al Haig (Non-Partisan)
• Declaration of a national emergency and postponement of the 1992 elections, due to the 1991 SARS epidemic
• Attempted cancelation of the 1992 elections; declared unconstitutional; elections held in 1993


1994 -
Present: Fmr. Senator George McGovern (Non-Partisan)
1993 (with Ann Richards) def. Pres. Al Haig (Non-Partisan-Republican), Senator Jim Jeffords (Independent Republican), Governor Edwin Edwards (Anti-Corruption), Mayor Marrion Berry (Democratic)
 
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rosa

Well-known member
1933 - 1949: Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic)
1944 (with Henry A. Wallace) def. Gov. Thomas E. Dewey (Republican)
1948 (with William O. Douglas) def. Fmr. Gov. Harold Stassen (Republican), unpledged electors

1949 - 1957: Vice President William O. Douglas (Democratic)
1952 (with Alben Barkley) def. Senator Robert A. Taft (Republican) †, unpledged electors

1957 - 1965: Fmr. Governor Adlai Stevenson (Democratic)
1956 (with Albert Gore Jr.) def. Ret. General Douglas MacArthur (Republican)
1960 (with Albert Gore Jr.) def. Fmr. Governor Harold Stassen (Republican), Senator Barry Goldwater (Independent)

1965 - 1973: Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic)
1964 (with Ronald Reagan) def. Fmr. Governor Joe Foss (Republican), Activist William F. Buckley (Conservative)
1968 (with Ronald Reagan) def. Senator Everett Dirksen (Republican), Fmr. Governor George Wallace (American Independent), Rep. Robert A. Taft Jr. (Conservative)

1973 - 1977: Senator George McGovern (Democratic)
1972 (with L. Richardson Preyer) def. Governor George Wallace (American Independent), Mayor James Buckley (Conservative), Rep. John B. Anderson (Republican)

1977 - 1981: Governor Sam Yorty (Democratic)
1976 (with Trent Lott) def. Businessman George Bush (Republican), Governor Lester Maddox (American Independent), Fmr. Mayor James Buckley (Conservative), Fmr. Vice President Ronald Reagan (Liberal)

1981 - 1982: Businessman Charles Koch (Independent)
1980 (with John B. Anderson) def. Senator Joe Biden (Democratic), President Sam Yorty (Independent), Activist Mattias Koehl (Republican)
1982 - XXXX: President Charles Koch (Economic Liberty)

1984 (with John B. Anderson) def. Fmr. First Lady Lady Bird Johnson (Democratic), Fmr. President Sam Yorty (American Independent), State Rep. David Duke (Republican)
 
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rosa

Well-known member
2017-2021: Businessman Donald Trump (Republican)
2016 (with Mike Pence) def. Fmr. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democratic), various faithless electors
2021 - 2021: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Republican)

2021 - 2021: Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden (Democratic)
2020 (with Mike Pence †) def. President Donald Trump (Republican)
2021 - 2025: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Republican)

2025 - present: Governor Stacey Abrams (Democratic)
2024 (with Pete Buttigieg) def. President Kevin McCarthy (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Justin Amash (Libertarian)
 

gentleman biaggi

Based Slight Top
Pronouns
he/they is fine
2017-2021: Businessman Donald Trump (Republican)
2016 (with Mike Pence) def. Fmr. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democratic), various faithless electors
2021 - 2021: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Republican)

2021 - 2021: Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden (Democratic)
2020 (with Mike Pence †) def. President Donald Trump (Republican)
2021 - 2025: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Republican)

2025 - present: Governor Stacey Abrams (Democratic)
2024 (with Pete Buttigieg) def. President Kevin McCarthy (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Justin Amash (Libertarian)
get your money up
 

Meppo

Well-known member
Location
Default City, Russia
Pronouns
he/him
2017-2021: Businessman Donald Trump (Republican)
2016 (with Mike Pence) def. Fmr. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democratic), various faithless electors
2021 - 2021: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Republican)

2021 - 2021: Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden (Democratic)
2020 (with Mike Pence †) def. President Donald Trump (Republican)
2021 - 2025: Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Republican)

2025 - present: Governor Stacey Abrams (Democratic)
2024 (with Pete Buttigieg) def. President Kevin McCarthy (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Justin Amash (Libertarian)
Hmmmmm I wonder what is McCarthy like as President
 

rosa

Well-known member
2008 United States Presidential Election

Secretary of Defense John McCain / Senator Joe Lieberman (Independent - Second National Union/Republican/Democratic): 54.5%, 425 EVs)
Senator Paul Wellstone / Senator Carol Mosley Braun (Independent Democratic - "Left" Peace): 18.98%, 56 EVs
Fmr. Rep. Tom Tancredo / Senator Bob Smith (Constitution - Conservative): 12.23%, 46 EVs)

Rep. Ron Paul / Senator Lincoln Chafee (Libertarian - "Right" Peace/AKIP): 8.69%, 11 EVs
Mr. Ralph Nader / Mayor Matt Gonzalez (Green - Reform): 5.1%, 0 EVs
Other Candidates: 0.5%
2001 - 2001: Governor George W. Bush (Republican)
2000 (with Dick Cheney) def. Vice President Al Gore (Democratic)
2001 - 2005: Vice President Dick Cheney (Republican)

2005 - 2009: Secretary John McCain (Independent -Second National Union, endorsed by Democrats and Republicans)
2004 (with Joe Lieberman) def. Senator Paul Wellstone (Independent Democratic - "Left" Peace), Fmr. Rep. Tom Tancredo (Constitution, endorsed by Conservative), Rep. Ron Paul (Libertarian - "Right" Peace, endorsed by AKIP), Mr. Ralph Nader (Green, endorsed by D.C. Statehood and Reform)

2009 - 2011: Ret. General Wesley Clark (Democratic)
2008 (with Howard Dean) def. President John McCain (Independent - Second National Union), Senator Sheila Wellstone (Democratic Peace, endorsed by Greens, Libertarians, and D.C. Statehood), Fmr. Rep. Ron Paul (Republican, endorsed by Constitution), Fmr. Senator Lincoln Chafee (Independent, endorsed by Reform)
2011 - 2021: Vice President Howard Dean (Democratic)
2012 (with Maxine Waters) def. Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Americans Elect), Fmr. President Dick Cheney (Republican, endorsed by Constitution)
2016 (with Maxine Waters) def. Senator Dino Rossi (Republican), Fmr. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Constitution), Governor Buddy Roemer (Americans Elect)

2021 - present: Senator Mike Espy (Democratic)
2020 (with Larry Rococco) def. Fmr. Secretary Bill Kristol (Republican), Fmr. Vice President Joe Lieberman (Independent - Third National Union, endorsed by Americans Elect), Fmr. Governor Tom Tancredo (Constitution)
 
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Meppo

Well-known member
Location
Default City, Russia
Pronouns
he/him
2001 - 2001: Governor George W. Bush (Republican)
2000 (with Dick Cheney) def. Vice President Al Gore (Democratic)
2001 - 2005: Vice President Dick Cheney (Republican)

2005 - 2009: Secretary John McCain (Independent -Second National Union, endorsed by Democrats and Republicans)
2004 (with Joe Lieberman) def. Senator Paul Wellstone (Independent Democratic - "Left" Peace), Fmr. Rep. Tom Tancredo (Constitution, endorsed by Conservative), Rep. Ron Paul (Libertarian - "Right" Peace, endorsed by AKIP), Mr. Ralph Nader (Green, endorsed by D.C. Statehood and Reform)

2009 - 2011: Ret. General Wesley Clark (Democratic)
2008 (with Howard Dean) def. President John McCain (Independent - Second National Union), Senator Sheila Wellstone (Democratic Peace, endorsed by Greens, Libertarians, and D.C. Statehood), Fmr. Rep. Ron Paul (Republican, endorsed by Constitution), Fmr. Senator Lincoln Chafee (Independent, endorsed by Reform)
2011 - 2021: Vice President Howard Dean (Democratic)
2012 (with Maxine Waters) def. Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Americans Elect), Fmr. President Dick Cheney (Republican, endorsed by Constitution)
2016 (with Maxine Waters) def. Senator Dino Rossi (Republican), Fmr. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell (Constitution), Governor Buddy Roemer (Americans Elect)

2021 - present: Senator Mike Espy (Democratic)
2020 (with Larry Rococco) def. Fmr. Secretary Bill Kristol (Republican), Fmr. Vice President Joe Lieberman (Independent - Third National Union, endorsed by Americans Elect), Fmr. Governor Tom Tancredo (Constitution)
Deanstopia
 

rosa

Well-known member
The Decade of Progress:

2021 - 2023: Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden (Democratic)
2020 (with Kamala Harris) def. President Donald Trump (Republican)

2023 - 2033: Vice President Kamala Harris (Democratic)
2024 (with Ned Lamont) def. Fmr. President Donald Trump (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Justin Amash (Libertarian), Fmr. Rep. Joe Walsh (Independent)

2028 (with Ned Lamont) def. Fmr. Governor Kristi Noem (Republican)

2033 - present: Senator Jon Ossoff (Democratic)
2032 (with Cori Bush) def. Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (Republican), Fmr. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (Independent)






Democratic: 1666cb
Republican: d40000
Libertarian: FED105
Independent Republican: ffccd0
 

rosa

Well-known member
1789 - 1797: General George Washington (Non-Partisan)
1788 def. Minister John Adams (Federalist), Secretary John Jay (Federalist), State Justice Robert Harrison (Federalist), Fmr. Governor John Rutledge (Federalist), Governor John Hancock (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Anti-Federalist)
1792 def. Vice President John Adams (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Democratic-Republican), Secretary Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)

1797 - 1801: Vice President John Adams (Federalist)
1796 def. Secretary Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican), Minister Thomas Pinckney (Federalist), Senator Aaron Burr (Democratic-Republican), Governor Samuel Adams (Democratic-Republican), Justice Oliver Ellsworth (Federalist), Governor George Clinton (Democratic-Republican)

1801 - 1809: Vice President Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican)
1800 def. Fmr. Senator Aaron Burr (Democratic-Republican), President John Adams (Federalist), Fmr. Minister Charles C. Pinckney (Federalist)

1804 (with George Clinton) def. Fmr. Minister Charles C. Pinckney (Federalist)

1809 - 1817: Secretary James Madison (Democratic-Republican)
1808 (with George Clinton) def. Fmr. Minister Charles C. Pinckney (Federalist)
1812 (with Elbridge Gerry) def. Mayor DeWitt Clinton (Democratic-Republican, endorsed by Federalists)

1817 - 1825: Secretary James Monroe (Democratic-Republican)
1816 (with Daniel D. Tompkins) def. Senator Rufus King (Federalist)

1820 (with Daniel D. Tompkins) def. unopposed

1825 - 1828: Secretary John Quincy Adams (Democratic-Republican)
1824 (with John C. Calhoun) def. Senator Andrew Jackson (Democratic-Republican), Secretary William H. Crawford (Democratic-Republican), Speaker Henry Clay (Democratic-Republican)
1828 - 1829: President John Quincy Adams (National Republican)


1829 - 1837: Fmr. Senator Andrew Jackson (Democratic)
1828 (with John C. Calhoun) def. President John Quincy Adams (National Republican)
1832 (with Martin Van Buren) def. Senator Henry Clay (National Republican), Governor John Floyd (Nullifier), Fmr. Attorney General William Wirt (Anti-Masonic)

1837 - 1841: Vice President Martin Van Buren (Democratic)
1836 (with Richard M. Johnson) def. Fmr. Senator William Henry Harrison (Whig), Senator Hugh L. White (Whig), Senator Daniel Webster (Whig), Senator Willie P. Magnum (Whig)


1841 - 1841: Fmr. Senator William Henry Harrison (Whig)
1840 (with John Tyler) def. President Martin Van Buren (Democratic)

1841 - 1845: Vice President John Tyler (Whig)

1845 - 1849:




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7ed664


1961 - 1965: Vice President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1960 (with Walter Judd) def. Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), Senator James Eastland (Mutant Control)

1965 - 1967: Ret. Superhero Steve Rogers (Democratic)
1964 (with Mike Mansfield) def. Senator James Eastland (Mutant Control), Senator Joseph McRooter (Republican)

1967 - 1973: Vice President Mike Mansfield (Democratic)

1968 (with Sharon Carter) def. Fmr. Vice President Walter Judd (Republican), Fmr. Senator Robert Kelly (Mutant Control)

1973 - 1981: Fmr. President Richard Nixon (Republican)
1972 (with John Tower) def.

1976 (with John Tower) def.

1981 - 1993: President Richard Nixon (Non-Partisan)
1980 (with Thaddeus Ross) def.
1984 (with Thaddeus Ross) def.
1988 (with Robert Redford) def.

1993 - 1993: Vice President Robert Redford (Non-Partisan)
1993 - 1997:

1997 - 2001: Ret. Superhero Kitty Pryde (American Legacy)


Federalist: ffad6d
Anti-Federalist: 9ae164
Democratic-Republican: 7ed664
National Republican: dd7a60
Whig: 116fa2

Democratic: e1a842
Republican: 5cc3d1
Mutant Control: d16dd1
Independent: a6ac9b
 
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