The next VP candidate for 1840 seems to have quite the fascinating name! But the real question is: Does he live up to its grandiosity? Become a Patron!
In today’s episode, we’re looking at the third potential VP that could arise from this 1840 election. This is sure to be a wild ride, cuz this man has connections on top of connections! Become a Patron!
Here we are! We have arrived once again at Election Time! Yes, it’s 1840, so that means we gotta start looking at VP contenders. And this first one? Oh, man, he really put his neck out and took one for the team. This election’s gonna be real interesting indeed! Become a Patron!
For our final in-between-election episode discussing the year 1839, statisticians rejoice! There’s a new afterschool club for you, and only the cool kids get to join! Become a Patron!
In the second in-between-election episode of this series, I’m taking a real close look at a fancy rock! Is the alphabet real? Or is it just lines? The answer is yes. Become a Patron!
Here we are, at the beginning of the next set of in-between-election episodes! Where are we going for 1837? Japan! Japan? Aren’t they on their isolationist kick right now? Oh dear, this could get real dangerous… Become a Patron!
Here we are! We have arrived at the fateful 1836 election! A whole buncha people are wearing wigs all of the sudden now, but are the wigs stylish enough to win a presidency? We shall see… Become a Patron!
The final presidential potential that occupies the 1836 space is a man who has carefully calculated every single political move up to this point. And this time around, it sure looks like these machinations will bear the biggest of fruits! This is a REBROADCAST with the NEW INFO at the 27:04 mark! Become a Patron!
The second-to-last prezzy wezzy candidate that we’re looking at for 1836 has a story so riddled with casual violence and plunder that the 1800s elites are starting to treat this man like a world wonder. Become a Patron!
The presidential candidate for 1836 that we’re looking at today has a very um, familiar story… He practices very um, familiar politics. And yet, he switched political parties because, well, he’s petty like that. Things are getting real weird. Become a Patron!