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« Reply #25 on: August 14, 2016, 05:47:38 pm »
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Also Peebs and LLR exclusively campaigned in South Carolina, due to the latter convincing Senator Peebs that it was swing state due to the "coattails effect".

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« Reply #26 on: August 14, 2016, 05:57:52 pm »
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Volunteer hates me
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Not really, lol.

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« Reply #27 on: August 15, 2016, 01:33:38 am »
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Washington (Republican): 419 (48.8%)
LLR (Democrat): 119 (34.4%)
Angelo (independent Democrat): 0 (16.2%)

At least LLR won his home state! I, regrettably, play the role of spoiler in this one.
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« Reply #28 on: August 18, 2016, 01:34:34 am »
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Democratic Primary



Lars L. Reubenstein [D-NY]
Angelo D. Chadwicks [D-WV]
Larry  D. Smith [D-CA]

It was a strange race alright, in which three candidates contested. Congressman Rubenstein of New York appealed to the latte liberal crowd, giving a tight advantage in urban, liberal states. Whereas Governor Chadwicks of West Virginia, while liberal himself, took up a more socialist position in the matter, which allowed him to tackle more rural areas. Finally, CA-AG Larry Smith managed with his populist message to create a strange bedfellows alliance of socially conservative minorities, farmers, and even Mormons to sweep Super Tuesday. Eventually the Super Tuesday Big Mo gave out, leaving Reubenstein and Chadwicks to duke it out. Chadwicks fought hard, but he couldn't get California...costing him the nomination.




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« Reply #29 on: August 20, 2016, 10:32:47 am »
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Governor Smith (D-CA)
Senator Xing (D-WA)
Representative Angelo (D-WV)

In this Democratic primary, Smith easily becomes the establishment favorite, as Angelo and I split the progressive vote. While Angelo manages to score some victories in the Northeast, and I manage to win some Western contests, Smith's advantage is much too large for either of us to overcome.
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« Reply #30 on: August 20, 2016, 10:50:45 am »
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2036 Democratic Primary



Gov. L. D. Smith (D-CA)
Sen. Lars L. Rock (D-NY)
Sen. Xing Kerui (D-WA)

In a primary pitting a rising star (Sen. Rock), a progressive hero (Sen. Kerui), and a moderate Kaine-type party standard-bearer (Gov. Smith), interesting stuff was bound to happen. Smith easily won Iowa, but Rock followed up by winning New Hampshire, and the three candidates were fighting from then on. Rock's insistence on not campaigning in South Carolina because of some gibberish he made up in his head shifted the race in Smith's favor, but Super Tuesday turned it back into a tossup. Despite Kerui and Rock's best efforts, Smith won a plurality of delegates and superdelegates easily pushed him over 50%.
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« Reply #31 on: August 20, 2016, 05:50:56 pm »
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Lol I got REALLY into this one.



Sen. Xing (D-WA)

Gov. Lars L. Rock (D-NY)
Sen. Angelo (D-WV)

New York Gov. Lars L. Rock enters the primary season as the establishment favorite. However, rising star Senator Xing entered the primary race unexpectedly, siphoning off a huge amount of Gov. Rock's support. While Gov. Rock and Sen. Xing had no major ideological differences, Sen. Xing was stylistically more progressive (think Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama). The entry of Sen. Angelo into the race threatened to cut off Sen. Xing's candidacy off at the knees. Temporarily, Xing fell to third place in public opinion polls, but by the time voting began, Sen. Xing had recovered much of his support by cutting into Gov. Rock's vote. Sen. Xing avoided going after Sen. Angelo too strongly, for fear of alienating his progressive base of support.

As voting began, Sen. Angelo surged to victory in the Iowa caucuses. Going into the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary, Sen. Angelo was riding a wave of momentum but Gov. Rock was sitting on a huge polling advantage. Sen. Xing had come to close to rivaling Gov. Rock's lead in recent days but Sen. Angelo's surge blew Gov. Rock's margin wide open and Rock expectedly claimed victory on primary night. The political pundit class seemed to be in agreement that Angelo was not a shrewd enough politician to turn his momentum into a path to victory. At the same time, it seemed that Sen. Xing's fledgling campaign was on the way out, but Sen. Xing pledged to fight on insisting that nothing was wrong despite multiple campaign shake-ups. Before his huge victory in New Hampshire, Gov. Rock already held a huge lead in the state of Nevada and won an expected victory there. Sen. Xing looked for a win in South Carolina to upset the apple cart...

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"XING TO DEMS: BELIEVE ME, I'M NOT DEAD!"

A narrow victory in South Carolina solidified his support among African-American voters, but more importantly, kept his campaign alive. Going into Super Tuesday, Xing had momentum in the South...

Super Tuesday came. Gov. Rock scored 4 wins, Sen. Angelo 4, and Sen. Xing 3. Over the next month, Senator Xing blew his rivals away with 9 wins in primaries and caucuses. Sen. Angelo claimed 6 victories and Gov. Rock won 4 contests. The party establishment was now beginning to lose faith in Gov. Rock's candidacy and he vowed to drop out of the race if he didn't win his home state of New York on the April 19 primary...

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"ROCKED TO THE CORE: EMBARRASSED GOV. ROCK CALLS IT QUITS"

Sen. Xing had eliminated his main rival for the nomination and the only potential threat to his coronation at the Democratic convention would come from the left. Fat chance. But, the Senator from West Virginia was persistent, and insistent that he was still in this thing.

Senator Angelo scored scattershot victories over the next month and a half, sometimes surprising victories. However, Sen. Xing's lead in delegates was insurmountable and with his bigger than expected victory in the California primary, he was put over the top.

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"XING WINS CALI; ANGELO FOLDS"

Donald J. Trump | @realDonaldTrump
"The Democrats have nominated the choke artist Crooked Xing. We will beat him and Make America Great Again! He couldn't get elected dog-catcher! Sad!"
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« Reply #32 on: August 28, 2016, 07:52:58 pm »
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Gov. Angelo(D-WV)
Sen. Lars Rock(D-NY)
Sen. Alice Scarlet(D-AZ)
Note: following 2016 primary schedule, except with Michigan and Florida moved earlier.

 Senator Alice Scarlet of Arizona enters the Democratic primary as the leftist challengers to New York Senator Lars Rock. Governor Angelo of West Virginia, however, fears that her controversial nature could endanger chances to finally nominate a leftist candidate as president, and begins his own bid.

At first it looks like a two way race between Lars and Alice, But Angelo's unexpected second place finish in Iowa puts him firmly in the race. He does less well in New Hampshire, coming in third with roughly 23% of the vote. Nevada is great territory for both Alice due to her connections to the hispanic community(Senator from Arizona) and Lars for her relatively establishment rhetoric. It looks like the end for Angelo, but an upset win in michigan puts him back in the race. South Carolina and Florida come as blessings for Lars, finally giving her decisive victories.

Super Tuesday fails to make the primary clear, though it does give Lars an advantage. Alabama, Georgia, and Massachusetts go to Lars by a decent margin. But she only wins Arkansas by a narrow margin, with all three candidates doing okay there. Alice pulls off good wins in Colorado and Vermont and a narrow win in Texas. Angelo wins Tennessee and Oklahoma, along with coming close in Virginia and minimizing losses in other southern states.

In Mid March, Alice starts out with wins in Nebraska, Kansas, and Maine. Angelo makes second in all three races and Lars's delegate lead is shrinked. Louisiana narrowly goes for Lars, with Mississippi following suit. Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio go to Angelo, and Illinois goes to Lars.

Late March and early April are bad news for Lars. Alice wins Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Utah, and Washington, and Angelo wins Idaho, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. After Lars wins New York, Alice begins to falter. During the period from April until June, she only wins Oregon and Rhode Island. Angelo, meanwhile, sweeps the delegates in West Virginia, and wins a blowout in Kentucky, along with less impressive wins in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. Lars manages to win Maryland and Connecticut.

Alice dropped out of the race on May 20th and endorsed Angelo. She was polling badly in all remaining contests and was behind in delegates. The two remaining candidates competed viciously for California. Angelo emerged out on top, beating Lars by about ten points. Angelo went on a winning spree, adding Montana, both Dakota's, New Mexico, and DC while narrowly losing New Jersey.

On the first ballot no-one won. On the second ballot all of Alice's Delegates were unbound, and most switched to Angelo. Angelo won about 40% of super-delegates, and the nomination.

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« Reply #33 on: August 30, 2016, 11:42:30 am »
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Sen. TNVolunteer (R-TN): 314 EV, 46.9%
Gov. Angelo (D-WV): 221 EV, 42.1%
Sen. Alice Scarlet (D-AZ): 3 EV, 9.6%
Others: 0 EV, 1.4%



TNVolunteer wins the election partly because the Democratic vote is split in key battleground states such as PA and CO. Sen. Alice Scarlet does very well in the Pacific Northwest (causing TNV to win OR) and the Northeast (which helps TNV in Maine). TNV finishes third in NH. Ms. Scarlet's worst showing is in the South. In the final days of the campaign, Gov. Angelo tried to convince voters that a vote for Scarlet was just a vote for TNVolunteer, but it wasn't enough in the end. Without Scarlet in the race, the race likely would have been a nailbiter, maybe even with Gov. Angelo having a slight advantage.  
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« Reply #34 on: August 30, 2016, 07:10:26 pm »
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207: Governor Thomas N. Volk/Senator Rand Paul - 33.3%
205: Representative Leonard Pole/Senator Angus King - 34.0%
126: Phoenix Mayor Olive Scarlet/Senator Elizabeth Warren - 27.0%
Others - 5.7%
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« Reply #35 on: August 30, 2016, 10:29:53 pm »
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Sen. Eva Greene-Arbor (D-WA)/Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ): 48% PV, 307 EVs
Gov. Thomas N. Volunteer (R-TN)/Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY): 39% PV, 225 EVs
Sen. Leonard Pole (I-AR)/Sen. Angus King (I-ME): 13% PV, 6 EVs

Greene-Arbor runs as a typical progressive Obama-type Democrat. Volunteer runs on a libertarian-type platform. Pole tries to appeal to centrist voters.

Greene-Arbor does well in the West and very poorly in the South. Volunteer does very well in the South and Appalachia. Pole ends up winning low double digits in most states, but does better in Arkansas because of the home-state effect, Maine because of his running mate, and better in New Hampshire because Volunteer was caught on camera saying that New Hampshire was a "hellhole full of angry women." Volunteer got 0% of the vote in New Hampshire. Greene-Arbor probably would have lost to Volunteer without Pole in the race.
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« Reply #36 on: October 10, 2016, 07:47:26 pm »
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Sen. Leonard Pole (I-AR)/Sen. Angus King (I-ME): 37% PV, 249 EVs

Sen. Eva Greene-Arbor (D-WA)/Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ): 32% PV, 153 EVs

Gov. Chrome (D-NY)/Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA): 29% PV, 136 EVs

Eva Green-Arbor is strong in the west, Leonard Pole is strong in the south and in many Republican state since the other two major candidates are Democrats, and Chrome is strong in the Northeast.
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« Reply #37 on: October 11, 2016, 03:29:28 pm »
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(Dem primary)

Gov. Chrome (D-NY) 38%
Sen. Eva Greene-Arbor (D-WA) 37%
John Ewards (D-NJ) 25%

Nobody secures a majority of delegates; at the convention, superdelegates break heavily for Greene-Arbor on the second ballot.
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What this election has revealed to me is that our American political factions hold no respect for one another, and that this disrespect has reached the personal level. If we make it through the next four years, I can only pray that our party does something to remedy this, because until we have removed all of our "deplorable" rhetoric from our systems, this nation is hopeless.
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« Reply #38 on: November 20, 2016, 09:17:55 pm »
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Goldwater (R-CA)
Chrome (D-NY)
John Ewards (I-NJ)

Large amounts of vote splitting on the left, due to John Ewards running as an independent mostly focused on working class issues.
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