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« Reply #450 on: February 17, 2017, 09:43:44 pm »
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Barry Goldwater (L-CA) / Mark Warner (D-VA) - 50.5% - 280 EV
Tennesee Volunteer (R-MT) / Ron Johnson (R-WI) - 47.8% - 258 EV
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« Reply #451 on: February 18, 2017, 08:38:52 am »
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Let's switch things up a little...

FNN, aka Fake News Network, releases their day before the 2024 election today. Heatcharger currently has the advantage with a total of 258 electoral votes. MT Treasurer is trailing behind with just 179 electoral votes locked in. 101 states are up for grabs.

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« Reply #452 on: February 18, 2017, 01:38:31 pm »
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Govenor Heatcharger (D-VA) starts out as the establishment-backed favorite and a massive fundraising advantage. However, he faces a strong challenge from recently elected Senator OneJ (D-MS), who draws enthusiastic support from progressives and young people. Sen. OneJ shows particular strength in his home region, the Deep South, and also does very well in the West, particularly in caucus states, while Gov. Heatcharger remains strong in much of the Midwest, as well the Southwest and Appalachia. In the end, OneJ narrowly wins, though he decides to pick Heatcharger as his running mate to unite the party, after a very contentious primary.
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« Reply #453 on: February 18, 2017, 03:19:40 pm »
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Senator xīngkěruž (D-WA) enters the race early and builds up his Western firewall as he appears to be the unchallenged frontrunner. However, freshman Congressman OneJ (D-MS) starts gaining regional prominence in the South and Midwest by running as the true heir to Obama. Xingkerui dominates early in Iowa and New Hampshire, but OneJ's huge win in SC starts his romp in the South, and racks up delegates there in bunches. The two trade victories across the country, but following Xingkerui's controversial comments about the state of Wisconsin and his subsequent losses in WI, IN, and NY, OneJ looks poised to take the nomination. To the contrary however, xingkerui's Western firewall holds, and his massive victory in California makes him the Democratic nominee.
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« Reply #454 on: March 15, 2017, 05:52:39 pm »
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Heatcharger (D-VA) became the first candidate to announce his run in July for the presidency on the Democratic side and was the Establishment favorite for a while.

However, Xingkěruž (D-WA) announced his bid a month later and made considerable gains in the polls representing the major Progressive candidate.

Early on, Xingkěruž took advantage of his momentum built and won Iowa and Nevada. Heatcharger won South Carolina signaling home region advantage. The two battled it out until the very end and it became clear that the winner would be Xingkěruž. But, the nominee decided to choose Heatcharger as his running mate to face the Republican opponents in the general election.
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« Reply #455 on: March 15, 2017, 06:47:34 pm »
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OneJ develops a minority and WWC coalition to take out establishment favorite heatcharger. While Iowa is narrowly won and NH is handily lost, the stride is hit in Nevada, and besides a Split South and a Mid-Atlantic-Ozark-Appalachia lockout...everything else goes in his favor.
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« Reply #456 on: March 15, 2017, 07:30:29 pm »
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Democratic primary:

LD Smith does best out west and in socially conservative Appalachia, and with OneJ largely replicating the Clinton coalition.



OneJ wins 323 - 215 largely based on stronger performance with socially liberal northern rural Whites compared to HRC, despite home state bumps by LD Smith in VA and CA.
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« Reply #457 on: March 15, 2017, 08:50:47 pm »
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In a showdown of two scandal-free candidates from the most liberal state in the country, family values takes precedence in this election. RFayette positions himself as the candidate you'd want to get a beer with while MormDem focuses on bread-and-butter kitchen table issues while also trying to outflank RFayette on cultural conservatism. RFayette clearly has the advantage with those voters though.

MormDem recaptures much of the Midwest while RFayette runs up the score in the Bible Belt as he breaks through with black evangelicals by going on a church tour across the South, but MormDem runs a Western-centric campaign attempting to undercut the Republican firewall. Last minute Trafalgar polls come out showing MormDem leading in Alaska and Arizona, but the RFayette campaign doesn't believe it, instead, tries to shore up the bellwether states of Pennsylvania and Florida. Results start coming in, and MormDem runs far ahead of the normal Democrat out West, and although RFayette neutralizes the Democratic vote sink in California, RFayette becomes the first Republican to win the popular vote and lose the election.

Senator L.D. Smith (D-CA) / Governor Steve Bullock (D-MT) - 294 EV - 49.0%
Televangelist RFayette (R-CA) / Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) - 244 EV - 49.5%
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The Democratic Party doubles down on the Clinton strategy and nominates a third way centrist, Senator Heath Changer of Virginia. The senator runs on a platform of social liberalism and pragmatic, centrist economic planning.

Meanwhile, the Republicans give in to the demands of the social conservative wing and nominate former fire and brimstone preacher, Representative Robert Fayette of California.  The Representative's nomination brings the party platform a few steps to the left on economics and a leaps and bounds to the right on cultural and social issues.

Rep. Robert Fayette (R-CA)/Frmr. Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA)- 295 EV- 50.2%
Sen. Heath Changer (D-VA)/Frmr. HUD. Julian Castro (D-TX)- 243 EV- 46.3%
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« Reply #459 on: March 17, 2017, 01:42:46 pm »
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Heatcharger/RINO Tom (Democratic-Republican Party): 51.5%, 324 EV
Southern Gothic/Sanchez (United People's Party): 47.3%, 214 EV
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« Reply #460 on: April 16, 2017, 11:19:34 am »
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with the only two significant candidates representing the left fringe and the right fringe of the democratic party, the 2020 primaries developed some interesting dynamics. most establishment figures and groups (the congressional black caucus, congressional leaders schumer and pelosi, former president obama, Ö the 'most' is not an exaggeration) not only refrained from endorsing either candidate, but floated the idea of a latecoming compromise candidate until well into the race (long after it stopped beÔng at all feasible).

publicly, at least. but after rep. antonio's landslide win in the california primary (which, this year, occupied the fifth-earliŽst slot in the calendar - after ia/nh/nv/sc and a week before super tuesday), money and experiŽnced operatives quiŽtly began flooding in to sen. goth's campaign.

in the end, this substantial, but covert, support failed to overcome rep. antonio's hypermotivated support from the grassroots, protesters, etc, but the race remained close throughout, and online discussions on the race were apocalyptically vitriolic.

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« Reply #461 on: April 21, 2017, 02:04:31 pm »
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Establishment-backed candidate Antonio secures the nomination after running up yuge margins in the South. Evergreen runs as a Socialist Democrat and is to the left of Antonio, especially when it comes to issues like foreign policy.
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« Reply #462 on: April 21, 2017, 11:00:22 pm »
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TN Volunteers runs as a Republican; wins in landslide; NH smites him.
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« Reply #463 on: April 21, 2017, 11:16:53 pm »
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Senator TN Volunteer (R-MT) fuses the Ron Paul movement with the Trump coalition while also cutting into the evangelical base of the Republican Party, leaving Congressman Silent Cal (R-FL) with very little support outside of upscale Republicans, giving TNVol the nomination.
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« Reply #464 on: April 22, 2017, 12:22:34 am »
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Heatcharger (D-VA) and Silent Cal (R-FL) end up in a hard-fought battle of ideologies. On election night, it ends up being, as expected, one of the closest races in U.S. history. While 14 states are decided by less than 5%, three states in particular remain too close to call well into the morning.



In the early hours of the morning, North Carolina is called for Silent Cal, with a margin of just 0.7%. About an hour after that, Wisconsin is called for Heatcharger, his margin being only 0.5%. That leaves Pennsylvania, where Heatcharger has a lead of just 1,600 votes. It remains uncalled for some time to come. As a batch of absentee ballots come in, Heatcharger's lead increases to 1,900, leading him to declare victory in the state, though Silent Cal insists that the race is not over, and that all votes must be counted. After all votes have been tallied, Heatcharger's lead shrinks back to about 1,700, leading Silent Cal to request a recount. About two weeks later, the recount is completed, and while Silent Cal gains several hundred votes from the recount, he remains more than 1,600 votes behind Heatcharger. As a result, Silent Cal concedes to Heatcharger, though the country remains intensely divided, with many conservatives protesting.
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« Reply #465 on: April 22, 2017, 01:55:01 am »
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Moderate Democrat heat charger somehow won the GOP nomination via a combination of extreme party fracture and Democratic shenanigans.  Xingkerui won the Dem nomination in a coalition between the Bernie wing and center-left Hillary Dems.  In protest, the conservatives suppported a third party bid by ExtremeRepublican, who did very well in GOP territory, though heat charger did quite well amongst neoliberal areas.  The GOP-controlled House ultimately gave ER the win.
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Governor Xing Kerui of Washington manages to get the Democratic nomination and faces Fmr. HHS Sec Rob Fayette of California . One of them runs a rather centrist campaign trying to tackle the Sunbelt, the other ran a "compassionate conservative" sort of campaign.

Most of the election was pretty straightforward (with the only notable exception being Alaska which Gov. Kerui worked absurdly hard on in the last week after Mr. Fayette let slip a gap about ending the Permanent Fund.), except for Pennsylvania and Nevada. The former was marred by controversy over "voter suppression" that may have artificially lowered the numbers of Rui voters in Philadelphia and Erie. It certainly didn't help that the pundits kept calling it back and forth towards Rui and Fayette as returns went westward.

As for Nevada, Clark went one way, the other counties went the other...except for Washoe, where a casino worker's strike in Reno lowered turnout and caused general chaos in the polls.

Nothing budged for a week. But then finally, by 6,000 votes Nevada was called for Governor Kerui. But Pennsylvania was not to be so simple. Courts argued and argued for a good month. Ultimately it took The House to decide, and they gave it to Mr. Fayette, thus giving him the Presidency.
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« Reply #467 on: April 23, 2017, 01:21:00 am »
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Senator LD Smith(D-CA)/Senator Warren(D-MA) 269
House Majority Leader RFayette(R-CA)/Governor Walker(R-WI) 269
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« Reply #468 on: April 23, 2017, 01:55:39 am »
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Battle of moderates, both picking more hard-line running mates. Two closest states are NC and OH.



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Aldus Choolrep/Ted Cruz 245
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« Reply #470 on: May 24, 2017, 10:11:47 pm »
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« Reply #471 on: May 24, 2017, 10:56:45 pm »
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Democratic Primaries:

Governor Jake Jewvinivisk (D-NY) is overwhelmingly favored among the establishment, and the field is almost completely cleared for him. His only challenger is Senator Justin Timecuber (D-MO), who, despite his heavily progressive views, has stayed popular in his very conservative home state of Missouri. Although the primary is surprisingly competitive, Governor Jewvinivisk manages to come back from losing Iowa and New Hampshire, and eventually win the nomination.

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« Reply #472 on: May 25, 2017, 06:50:13 am »
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Speaker of the House Cal Smith (D-MA) shocked his constituents this morning when he announced that he would be retiring from the House to run for President.
While Representative Justin Cubert (pronounced cu-BEAR) (D-MO) attempted a bid against him, he withdrew after winning only his home state of Missouri by March 15.
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« Reply #473 on: May 25, 2017, 11:58:36 am »
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CXSmith - 333
Peebs - 205

Because of the relative ideological similarity between the two candidates, there is a lot of idiosyncrasies in this map.  CXSmith gained a big advantage in the Northeast, but Peebs's social liberalism limited the home field advantage to the Carolinas, with turnout being rather low in the rest of the South, with those EVs being largely split.  Smith gained the votes of a lot of "pro-business" organizations and libertarian Mountain Westerners, but with Peebs outperforming Sanders among Midwestern whites and Hispanics in the Southwest. 
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« Reply #474 on: May 26, 2017, 12:52:14 pm »
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Democratic Primaries:

Governor Jake Jewvinivisk (D-NY) is overwhelmingly favored among the establishment, and the field is almost completely cleared for him. His only challenger is Senator Justin Timecuber (D-MO), who, despite his heavily progressive views, has stayed popular in his very conservative home state of Missouri. Although the primary is surprisingly competitive, Governor Jewvinivisk manages to come back from losing Iowa and New Hampshire, and eventually win the nomination.


it must have been REALLY close because I outperformed Sanders (at least given the map)

ELECTION NIGHT 2016 - 2:00 AM EST
Peebs vs. RFayette

RFayette (R): 267
Peebs (D): 262

We can now project, with 99.94% of precincts reporting, that RFayette is the apparent winner of the state of Wisconsin. This may be subject to a recount, as the vote is currently extremely close.

RFayette (R): 1,389,222
Peebs (D): 1,381,004

The two remaining precincts are expected to net Peebs around 450 votes.

ELECTION 2016 - December 9
Peebs vs. RFayette

After several recounts, the final certification of Colorado's election results is in. Peebs won the state by a historically thin margin. RFayette is expected to give a concession speech this evening.

Peebs (D): 1,302,716
RFayette (R): 1,302,697

Peebs is elected President by 19 votes. The popular vote total was also razor-thin; it first appeared that RFayette would win the popular vote by around 100,000 votes but as the last urban precincts came in, Peebs was pushed over the edge, winning the popular vote by 17,809 votes according to the latest count.
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