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US Presidential Elections 1912

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Damn, South Dakota made this really a competitive election :D 

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The issue I always had when making the 1912 scenario was that Wilson would win in landslides. The other issue was the TR rarely outperformed Taft. The reason for this is that with an early start date, TR's party is almost at nothing in the polls. I'm not sure if I'll ever get back to updating my historical elections, unless there's a major update to the game that makes it both needed and if the update is so exciting that I'm inspired to go through and edit all the scenarios. I think with all my other projects that my historical scenario creating and editing days are mostly over. 

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2 hours ago, vcczar said:

I think with all my other projects that my historical scenario creating and editing days are mostly over. 

That would be a shame. As I've often said, historical elections hold much more interest to me than current or recent, which is especially the case in the U.S. political sphere.

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5 minutes ago, Patine said:

That would be a shame. As I've often said, historical elections hold much more interest to me than current or recent, which is especially the case in the U.S. political sphere.

I just don't have the time anymore. Maybe if I ever get to retire. 

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Democratic Party Convention (533 Delegates needed)
Senator Albert Fall - 37.8 % / 506 Delegates
Speaker Champ Clark -  32.3 % / 304 Delegates
Former Gov. Woodrow Wilson - 29.8 % / 254 Delegates

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Republican Party Convention

Associate Justice Charles Evan Hughes - 25.1 % / 268 Delegates

Senator John Weeks - 22.9 % / 256 Delegates

Former President Theodore Roosevelt - 15.6 % / 168 Delegates

Former Vice President Charles Fairbanks - 15.7 % / 148 Delegates

Charles Butler - 17.6 % / 129 Delegates

Former President William Taft - 3 % / 13 Delegates

 

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United States Presidential Election 1916

Democratic Party: 55.1 % / 309 EV

President: Speaker Champ Clark 

Vice President: Governor Woodrow Wilson

Republican Party: 42.7 % / 222 EV

 

President: Senator John Weeks

Vice President: Senator Lawrence Yates Sherman

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33 minutes ago, CentristGuy said:

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United States Presidential Election 1916

Democratic Party: 55.1 % / 309 EV

President: Speaker Champ Clark 

Vice President: Governor Woodrow Wilson

Republican Party: 42.7 % / 222 EV

 

President: Senator John Weeks

Vice President: Senator Lawrence Yates Sherman

No Prohibition Party?

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16 minutes ago, Patine said:

No Prohibition Party?

In the scenario, there wasn't a prohibition party.

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Just now, Patine said:

That's odd.

Even if there was, I would've likely turned it off.

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Just now, CentristGuy said:

Even if there was, I would've likely turned it off.

Some Centrist you are. Just focusing on the Duopoly and getting rid of most distractions to it....

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United States Presidential Election 1916

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4 minutes ago, CentristGuy said:

United States Presidential Election 1916

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So, has Clark, or will Clark, enter WW1?

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16 minutes ago, Patine said:

So, has Clark, or will Clark, enter WW1?

I don't really know.

My knowledge regarding American Politics and Foreign Policy is very limited. And I don't I'm intelligent enough to be able to theorize on what Clark would've done. Hell I don't think I'm intelligent enough to dwell into alternate history. 

I just enjoy maps and elections. 

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10 hours ago, CentristGuy said:

I just enjoy maps and elections. 

And so do I hahah

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On 9/10/2019 at 5:17 AM, Patine said:

So, has Clark, or will Clark, enter WW1?

 

On 9/10/2019 at 5:36 AM, CentristGuy said:

I don't really know.

My knowledge regarding American Politics and Foreign Policy is very limited. And I don't I'm intelligent enough to be able to theorize on what Clark would've done. Hell I don't think I'm intelligent enough to dwell into alternate history. 

I just enjoy maps and elections. 

He would be more isolationist but would have been pressured to jump in after the Lusitania was sunk just like Wilson

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Republican Party Convention

 

Gen. Leonard Wood - 294 Delegates / 31.4 %

Sen. Warren Harding - 284 Delegates / 27.6 %

Sen. Robert La Follette - 176 Delegates / 19.4 %

Mr. Herbert Hoover - 109 Delegates / 9.4 %

Mr. Nicholas Butler - 96 Del egates / 6.8 % 

Sen. Hiram Johnson - 22 Delegates / 5.6 %

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1920 United States Presidential Election

Republican Party: 48.3 % / 288 EVs

President: Sen. Warren Harding
Vice President: Sen. Robert La Follete

Democratic Party: 48 % / 243 EVs
President: Pres. Champ Clark
Vice President: Vice Pres. Woodrow Wilson

Socialist Party: 3.7 % / 0 EV

President: Mr. Eugene Debs
Vice President: Mr. Seymour Steadman

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The margin in Illinois was very close, only below 1 %. Had Clark carried it, he would've been reelected.

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La Follette being Harding's VP is insane, though I don't know if in this case it is La Follette Sr. or Jr. I think it is Sr. in this case since its pre-WW2.

 

The two have a huge difference in ideology, and knowing that Harding passes away, this makes for quite the tumultuous atmosphere.

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