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Repulican VP list


ALABAMA's Bob Riley

ALASKA's Frank Murkowski

ARKANSAS' Mike Huckabee

COLORADO's Bill Owens


FLORIDA's Jeb Bush

GEORGIA's Sonny Perdue

HAWAII's Linda Lingle

IDAHO's Dirk Kempthorne

KENTUCKY's Ernie Fletcher

MARYLAND's Bob Ehrlich


MINNESOTA's Tim Pawlenty

MISSISSIPPI's Haley Barbour

NEVADA's Kenny Guinn

NEW YORK's George Pataki

NORTH DAKOTA's John Hoeven

OHIO's Bob Taft

RHODE ISLAND's Donald Carcieri


SOUTH DAKOTA's Mike Rounds

TEXAS' Rick Perry

VERMONT's Jim Douglas


ALABAMA's Jeff Sessions

ALABAMA's Richard Shelby

ALASKA's Lisa Murkowski

ALASKA's Ted Stevens


ARIZONA's John McCain

COLORADO's Wayne Allard

GEORGIA's Saxby Chambliss

IDAHO's Larry Craig

IDAHO's Mike Crapo

INDIANA's Richard Lugar

IOWA's Chuck Grassley

KANSAS' Pat Roberts

KANSAS' Sam Brownback

KENTUCKY's Jim Bunning

KENTUCKY's Mitch McConnell

MAINE's Susan Collins

MAINE's Olympia Snowe

MINNESOTA's Norm Coleman

MISSISSIPPI's Thad Cochran



MISSOURI's Jim Talent

MONTANA's Conrad Burns

NEBRASKA's Chuck Hagel

NEVADA's John Ensign



NEW MEXICO's Pete Domenici


OHIO's Mike DeWine

OHIO's George Voinovich

OKLAHOMA's Jim Inhofe

OREGON's Gordon Smith

PENNSYLVANIA's Rick Santorum

PENNSYLVANIA's Arlen Specter

RHODE ISLAND's Lincoln Chafee

SOUTH CAROLINA's Lindsey Graham

TENNESSEE's Lamar Alexander

TENNESSEE's Bill Frist

TEXAS' John Cornyn

TEXAS' Kay Bailey Hutchison

UTAH's Robert Bennett

UTAH's Orrin Hatch

VIRGINIA's George Allen

VIRGINIA's John Warner

WYOMING's Michael Enzi

WYOMING's Craig Thomas

Anybody that you think I need to add or have forgotten let me know

Democratic VP List


ARIZONA's Janet Napolitano

DELAWARE's Ruth Ann Minner

ILLINOIS' Rod Blagojevich

IOWA's Tom Vilsack

KANSAS' Kathleen Sebelius

LOUISIANA's Kathleen Babineaux Blanco

MAINE's John Baldacci

NEW MEXICO's Bill Richardson


OKLAHOMA's Brad Henry

OREGON's Ted Kulongoski


TENNESSEE's Phil Bredesen

VIRGINIA's Mark Warner


WYOMING's Dave Freudenthal


ARKANSAS' Blanche Lambert Lincoln

ARKANSAS' Mark Pryor

CALIFORNIA's Barbara Boxer

CALIFORNIA's Dianne Feinstein

CONNECTICUT's Christopher Dodd

CONNECTICUT's Joe Lieberman (2000 Vice-Presidential Nominee)

DELAWARE's Joe Biden

DELAWARE's Thomas Carper

FLORIDA's Bill Nelson

HAWAII's Daniel Akaka

HAWAII's Daniel Inouye

ILLINOIS' Richard Durbin

INDIANA's Evan Bayh

IOWA's Tom Harkin

LOUISIANA's Mary Landrieu

MARYLAND's Barbara Mikulski

MARYLAND's Paul Sarbanes


MASSACHUSETTS' John Kerry (2004 Presidential Nominee)

MICHIGAN's Carl Levin

MICHIGAN's Debbie Stabenow

MINNESOTA's Mark Dayton

MONTANA's Max Baucus

NEBRASKA's Ben Nelson

NEVADA's Harry Reid

NEW JERSEY's Jon Corzine (candidate for Governor in 2005)

NEW JERSEY's Frank Lautenberg

NEW MEXICO's Jeff Bingaman

NEW YORK's Hillary Rodham Clinton (former First Lady)

NEW YORK's Chuck Schumer

NORTH DAKOTA's Kent Conrad

NORTH DAKOTA's Byron Dorgan

OREGON's Ron Wyden


SOUTH DAKOTA's Tim Johnson

VERMONT's Patrick Leahy

WASHINGTON's Maria Cantwell

WASHINGTON's Patty Murray


WEST VIRGINIA's Jay Rockefeller

WISCONSIN's Russ Feingold

WISCONSIN's Herbert Kohl

Anybody that you think I need to add or have forgotten let me know

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Democratic Debates

August 4, 2007 – Chicago, Illinois

August 7, 2007 – Chicago, Illinois

August 9, 2007 – Los Angeles, California

August 19, 2007 – Des Moines, Iowa

September 9, 2007 – Coral Gables, Florida

September 12, 2007

September 20, 2007 – Davenport, Iowa

September 26, 2007 – Hanover, New Hampshire

October 30, 2007 - NBC 9:00pm EDT - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

November 15, 2007 - CNN - Las Vegas, Nevada

December 4, 2007 - NPR (radio only) - Des Moines, Iowa

December 13, 2007 – Johnston, Iowa

January 5, 2008 - ABC 8:45pm EST - Manchester, New Hampshire

January 15, 2008 - MSNBC 6:00pm PST - Las Vegas, Nevada

January 21, 2008 - CNN 8:00pm EST - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

January 31, 2008 - CNN 5:00pm PDT - Hollywood, California

February 2, 2008 - MTV 6:00pm EST - MTV Myspace Debate

February 21, 2008 - CNN 7:00pm CST - Austin, Texas

February 26, 2008 - MSNBC 9:00pm EST - Cleveland, Ohio

Republican Debates:

August 5, 2007 - Des Moines, Iowa

September 5, 2007 - Durham, New Hampshire

September 17, 2007 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida

September 27, 2007 - Baltimore, Maryland

October 9, 2007 - Dearborn, Michigan

October 16, 2007 - Washington, D.C.

October 21, 2007 - Orlando, Florida

October 25, 2007 - Sioux City, Iowa

November 28, 2007 - St. Petersburg, Florida

December 9, 2007 - Miami, Florida

December 12, 2007 - Johnston, Iowa

January 5, 2008 – Manchester, New Hampshire

January 6, 2008 – Milford, New Hampshire

January 10, 2008 - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

January 24, 2008 - Boca Raton, Florida

January 30, 2008 - Simi Valley, California

February 2, 2008 - New York, New York

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Just as a heads up, I doubt Ernie Fletcher is on anyone's VP list as he lost the race for Ky governor this past November. Also, Bob Taft was the least popular governor in the nation during his time in office and was pretty much single handedly responsible for the Republicans loss of power in Ohio.

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It seems to me that your list is rather old. Charlie Crist is the new Governor of Florida, Tim Kaine is the Governor of Virginia. Both of them would be high on the list of either party. Mark Warner will not be picked, given that he is going to be the next Senator from Virginia.

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Well I decide to do Major over haul of the 2008 Election Scenario.

What have done:

Candidates added: Governor Tom Vilsack of Iowa , Senator Barack Obama of Illinois

Change in where the convention will be held: Democratic Convention will be held in Denver or New York City on August 25 to August 28, 2008(I choose NY until it was for sure.)

The Republican Convention will be held in Saint Paul, Minnesota on September 1 to September 4, 2008.

Changes in time-line of the primaries for both partys to match what the 2008 calender look out is

Republican time-line ( note: there was total of 6 or so states that the dates haven't been set but they have rough idea where they will land)

Republican primaries and caucuses

* January 21, 2008 - Iowa

* January 28, 2008 - New Hampshire

* February 5, 2008 - Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, West Virginia

* February 5, 2008 - Florida, Michigan

* February 12, 2008 - Tennessee

* February 9, 2008 - Louisiana

* February 19, 2008 - Minnesota, Wisconsin

* February 26, 2008 - New Jersey

* March 4, 2008 - Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Ohio, Vermont

* March 4, 2008 - Pennsylvania

* March 11, 2008 - Mississippi, Texas, Washington

* March 18, 2008 - Illinois

* April 15, 2008 - Colorado

* April 26, 2008 - Kansas, Nevada

* May 5th, 2008 - Alaska

* May 6, 2008 - Indiana

* May 10, 2008 - Wyoming

* May 13, 2008 - Nebraska

* May 20, 2008 - Kentucky, Oregon

* May 27, 2008 - Idaho

* June 3, 2008 - South Dakota

* June 6, 2008 - Hawaii, Virginia

* June 9, 2008 - Montana

* June 10, 2008 - California

Democratic time-line

Democratic primaries and caucuses

* January 14, 2008 - Iowa

* January 19, 2008 - Nevada

* January 22, 2008 - New Hampshire

* January 29, 2008 - South Carolina

* February 5, 2008 - Delaware, Missouri

* February 12, 2008 - District of Columbia, Tennessee, Virginia

* February 19, 2008 - Wisconsin

* February 26, 2008 - Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho

Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wyoming

* March 4, 2008 - Connecticut, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Wyoming

* March 7, 2008 - Colorado, Utah

* March 8, 2008 - Kansas

* March 11, 2008 - Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas

* March 18, 2008 - Illinois, Oregon

* April 2008 (date to be determined) - Alaska

* April 1, 2008 - Pennsylvania

* May 6, 2008 - Indiana, North Carolina

* May 13, 2008 - Nebraska, West Virginia

* May 20, 2008 - Arkansas, Kentucky

* May 27, 2008 - Washington

* June 3, 2008 - Alabama, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota

* June 10, 2008 - California

Endorser added: President Bush, President Clinton, President Ford, President H.W. Bush, President Carter, Speaker of the House: Nancy Pelosi & a change in all the new Governors that were elected in 2006

Thing that I plan on doing:

Change in the Majority of Congress

Candidates to be added: Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana (D), Representative Duncan Hunter of California ®, Governor George Pataki of New York ® (note if you can think of any more candidates let me know)

These candidates I plan on doing later later on, once I get the position ( I may need help resizing the pic though)

Constitution Party: James Gilchrist

Green Party: Rebecca Rotzler, Rich Whitney

Libertarian Party

Announced candidates for the Libertarian Party:

Steve Kubby, George Phillies, Christine Smith, Doug Stanhope

Prohibition Party

Gene Amondson

Any help would be great Thank you

cant wait for the scenario

charlie crist

condi rice


deval patrick

barbara boxer


* please if u do ralph nader

find a new picture of him




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