No one needs to see Solarbabies. I'm pretty sure Congress passed a law stating as much.
His wins get smaller after '36. Also, by '44, during his campaign you can visibly see how poor his health is, and I'm sure that turned people off of him.
I'm enjoying the series. They've done a very nice job of world building, in that it doesn't feel like actors play-acting what they think people in the early 1940s would be like. When Bess was waiting on the women in the department store and they commented how that particular department store wouldn't have the Lindbergh scarves, it felt very real. It even called back to the first season of Mad Men where Rachel Menken was trying to make her family's department store more upscale so it would appeal less to the older middle and lower working class ethnics that had previously been its customer base.
I am curious, how old is Evelyn supposed to be? I know how old Winona Ryder is, but I feel like the character is supposed to be substantially younger, like mid-30s.