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!
This candidate for the 1836 Iron Throne most definitely has an iron will… And don’t get me started about that iron tongue. It’s sharper than cheddar! Become a Patron!
The first prezzy wezzy candidate for 1836 seems to be a little wet behind the ears when it comes to years as a US Senator. Like he literally just got here! Nonetheless, I see no harm and seeing what the man’s got, even if it’s not much. Become a Patron!
The final VP Candidate we are going over has lived definitely one of the craziest lives we’ve experienced since Andrew Jackson. No, Seriously. Like, What is the DEAL with Kentucky?? Become a Patron!
This next VP candidate for 1836 is indeed the son of a man we have spoken of before. And yes, Connecticut politicians seem to have been out of fashion for the last decade and a half. But he’s here, so we gotta give him a shout-out. Become a Patron!
The next VP candidate for this 1836 election is so aggressively from Virginia that even Nancy Drew Jackson is going to have his share of problems with the man. Indeed, we have a power-playing power-player on our hands! Become a Patron!
We are back to our regularly scheduled election biography programming for 1836, and as we begin to look at the roster, I think I need to strongly urge the 1800s electors to please stop protest voting for vice presidential candidates that don’t even know they’re getting votes and might as well be retired. *sigh* This […]