Exclusive Supercut: 25 Unforgettable Moments from TV’s Fictional Elections

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Who had the better campaign video, George Michael or Zack Morris? Is President Bartlet or President Roslin more of a badass? Was Greendale President-elect South Park or Kramer’s loss at Del Boca Vista Phase III the bigger upset? In anticipation of the very real election that’s less than two weeks away, check out our supercut featuring some classic moments from TV’s fictional campaigns, and let us know if we missed any of your favorite candidates!

Credits Edited by Michelle Rafferty Music by The Boston Pops

Featuring (in order of appearance): Veep: Vice President Selina Meyer and jerk Congressman Furlong Community: Annie and Jeff, Greendale Campus President candidates Glee: Kurt Hummel, McKinley High Class President candidate Sliders: Professor Arturo, SF mayoral candidate and leader of the “men’s rights movement” Parks and Recreation: Knope 2012 on Ice Family Guy: School Board President candidates Peter and Lois Griffin Designing Women: County Commissioner candidate Julia Sugarbaker Tanner 88: Representative Jack Tanner, Presidential candidate Glee: Congressional candidate Sue Sylvester and School Arts Crusader Will Schuester The Thick of It: Malcolm Tucker and Nicola Murray MP Deadwood: Fields and Rutherford, excited voters Seinfeld: Kramer, Del Boca Vista phase III Presidential candidate West Wing: Vinick and Santos Modern Family: Claire Dunphy, City Council candidate Saved by the Bell: Zack Morris and Jessie Spano, Bayside Class President candidates Battlestar Galactica: President Roslin and Baltar 30 Rock: VP candidate Governor Dunston West Wing: President Bartlet and Governor Ritchie Community: Troy and Abed, GCTV political commentators Tanner 88: Billy Ridenour Arrested Development: George Michael and GOB, worst campaign manager ever Glee: Blaine Anderson, McKinley Presidential candidate Boardwalk Empire: Nucky Thompson, AC treasurer West Wing: the staff, stranded in Indiana Parks and Recreation: Congresswoman Leslie Knope