- 1 President of the United States
- 2 Congressional Elections
President of the United States
While Harry Turtledove does not depict every presidential election or describe them in sufficient detail to justify articles, he does sometimes provide information about the victor or the loser of a given election, which in turn may be an important detail in the history of a fictional timeline.
2024 and 2028
Upon Donald Trump's death Vice Presient Mike Pence ascended to the presidency With Russia's help. He was elected in his own right in 2024 and 2028, and expanded a right-wing theocratic one-party state at the Federal level.  His vice president was Lindsey Graham.
1868 and 1872
Unnamed Democrats defeated unnamed Republicans
Democrat Samuel J. Tilden prevailed over his unnamed Republican rival. Vice presidential candidates are unnamed.
1884, 1888, 1892, 1896, 1900, 1904, and 1908
Democrats won all of these elections, defeating unnamed Republican and Socialist opponents. Alfred Thayer Mahan and Thomas B. Reed won, but it is unknown how many terms each served, and only broad clues as to when they each held office.
Joyce Peterman appears to have won in 2020, but whether this was her first election or her second is unspecified, as is her party affiliation.
The Republicans won the majority in 1952.
The Democrats maintained the majority for every election between 1932 and 1952.
The Republicans won the majority in 1948.
|1862,'64,'68','72, '76||Democratic Party|
|1882, '84, '86, '88, '92, '96, 1900, '02, '04, '06, '08, '10, '12, '14, '16||Democratic|
|1920, '22, '24, '26, '28||Socialist|
|1930, '32, '34||Democratic|
|1936, '38, '40, '42||Socialist|
The Democratic Party maintained majorities in 1940 and 1942.
No election was held in 1942. The Democratic Party maintained their majority.
- And the Last Trump Shall Sound, pg. 12, loc. 24, ebook.