Geez, I haven't touched my blog in over a year! Well time to add more blog posts again.
I originally posted the "How Jefferson Likely Voted in Past Elections" on the Republican Party talk page, but I was told that my blog would probably be a better spot for it.
Here, I put down how the area composing of Jefferson would have voted in past United States presidential elections looking at election maps of the counties of both California and Oregon. Might not be 100% accurate.
I should note that this represents the area of Jefferson in OTL. I'm not sure how the demographics of Sasquatches and other similar creatures that assimilated into human culture would have voted in Jefferson in past elections.
- 1920: A landslide win for Warren G. Harding.
- 1924: Calvin Coolidge narrowly wins. Robert M. La Follette pulls a close second, though.
- 1928: Herbert Hoover wins.
- 1932: Franklin D. Roosevelt in a landslide.
- 1936: FDR wins the state in a landslide again.
- 1940: FDR wins the state for a third time.
- 1944: FDR wins the state again a fourth time.
- 1948: Looks pretty close between Thomas Dewey and Harry Truman. Could go either way.
- 1952: Dwight Eisenhower by a wide margin.
- 1956: Eisenhower wins the state again, by a lesser margin. I'm surprised that Adlai Stevenson improved his performance compared to four years earlier.
- 1960: Lean John F. Kennedy.
- 1964: Lyndon Johnson by a landslide.
- 1968: Lean Richard Nixon.
- 1972: Nixon by a wide margin.
- 1976: Lean Jimmy Carter.
- 1980: Ronald Reagan by a wide margin. (The new stories of the State of Jefferson series mention that Reagan wins Jefferson.)
- 1984: Reagan wins the state again, but by a lesser margin.
- 1988: Lean George H. W. Bush, though Michael Dukakis might have won it like he did with OTL Oregon and Washington.
- 1992: Bill Clinton wins, Bush comes in second, and Perot does a pretty well third.
- 1996: Look pretty close between Clinton and Bob Dole. Could go either way.
- 2000: Lean George W. Bush.
- 2004: Lean Bush.
- 2008: Lean Barack Obama.
- 2012: Lean Obama.
- 2016: Donald Trump narrowly wins :(.
- 2020: To be determined on election day.