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Assemblyman Cassius
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« Reply #200 on: March 22, 2014, 05:21:26 pm »
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Senator Goldwater (R-WA)/Senator Rob Portman (R-OH): 396 electoral votes, 51.6 percent of the popular vote
Senator TNF (D-KY)/Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT): 139 electoral votes, 39.1 percent of the popular vote
Representative ElectionsGuy (L-WI)/Fmr. Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM): 3 electoral votes, 8.0 percent of the popular vote

Moderate and well-respected Washington Senator Goldwater is nominated as the Republican candidate for the general election, facing off against fiery socialist Senator TNF of Kentucky, who waged a bloody primary battle against Hillary Clinton, and narrowly won. In addition to the two major candidates, staunch libertarian Wisconsin Representative ElectionsGuy has bolted from the Republicans to serve as the nominee of the Libertarian party, in protest against the internationally interventionist policies of Goldwater. The latter holds a comfortable lead throughout the campaign, and although both TNF and ElectionsGuy put up stiff competition (TNF steadily climbed the polls from 29 percent pre-convention to 40 percent on election day), Goldwater goes on to win the biggest landslide for a Republican candidate since 1988. However, the Libertarians, thanks to the strength of their candidate, win their highest vote share yet in a Presidential Election and their first electoral votes.
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'Wherever an altar is found, there civilization exists' - Joseph de Maistre

'It minds me not that you dress like a mad parrot and talk like a plate of beans negotiating their way out of a cow's digestive system. It is no skin off my rosy nose that there are bits of lemon peel floating down the Thames that would make better Regents than you. The fact is, you *are* regent, appointed by God, and I shall stick by you forever'

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Social score: +7.22_+6.61
IDS Legislator Maxwell
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« Reply #201 on: March 22, 2014, 05:44:27 pm »
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A Crazy 2016



Senator TNF (D-KY)/Governor IceSpear (D-PA) - 38.8%, 383 EV's
Governor Cassius (R-AL)/Former Governor ZuWo (R-KY) - 29.2%, 79 EV's
Former Senator ElectionsGuy (L-WI)/Former Attorney General Maxwell (L-OK) - 30.1%, 76 EV's
Others - 1.9%, 0 EV's

After what some may consider the most brutal primaries in history, the two parties took two different paths. Senator TNF and Governor IceSpear, both fierce liberals, came from two different factions of the party. TNF, a loud, boisterous, filibustering union man, got elected after knocking off Senator Mitch McConnell by strong organization. 2 years later, damn the consequences, he runs for president. Governor IceSpear, a Former Congressman and Secretary of Treasury, rose through the ranks of the Democratic Party, working on bipartisan legislation and liberal cause legislation. After a thunderous primary, the two united for their ticket, in spite of a very clear digust for one another.

The Republican primary, however, did not go that way. Governor Cassius, very conservative Governor of Alabama, swiped the nomination from many competeing candidates. Electionsguy, concerned about the ability of Cassius to win, and more concerned over his policy beliefs, did not join the ticket as the party requested, but rather left the party and ran as a Libertarian with the Former Attorney General. Together, they brought a collation of Center-righters and Center-leftists in support of civil liberties and out-performed the polls by a large margin, but couldn't beat the strong machine behind Senator TNF.
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« Reply #202 on: March 22, 2014, 07:28:41 pm »
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Senator Cassius (R-VA) - 335 EVs
Attorney General Maxwell (I-OK) - 148 EVs
Governor E. Guy (L-WI) - 55 EVs
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« Reply #203 on: March 23, 2014, 05:52:21 pm »
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Option 1:
2016 Republican Primary:


Gov. Goldwater (R-WA)

Rep. Cassius (R-VA)
Gov. Maxwell (R-OK)

Option 2:
2016 General Election:
In a brilliant moment of campaign brilliance, Gov. Maxwell, Independent Governor of Oklahoma, has claimed the nomination of the Democratic party. Calling himself a true Democrat, one Kennedy could be proud of, and gathering massive youth support he managed to win in a crowded Democratic Field.

On the Republican side, Gov. Goldwater of Washington has clinched the nomination in a bloody struggle with Rep. Cassius who claimed he was not "conservative" enough. Though he managed to win the nomination, Gov. Maxwell is hitting his foreign policy has dangerous. To add to Goldwater's problems, Rep. Cassius has claimed the Constitution party nomination, and is garnering a lot of support in the south.



Gov. Goldwater (R-WA)/Gov. John Kasich (R-OH)

Gov. Maxwell (D-OK)/Gov. Jesse Ventura (I-MN)
Rep. Cassius (C-VA)/Mr. Chuck Baldwin (C-FL)
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« Reply #204 on: Today at 04:09:08 am »
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2016 - Republican Primary

Senator Goldwater of Washington
Congressman Maxwell of Louisiana
Government MadmanMotley of Indiana

The libertarian wing of the GOP uses the primary to assert its true, new-found dominance over the party by forcing the establishment, through a series of backroom deals and horsetrading, to choose between three candidates who each embrace a platform of what many call "free market economic values and tolerant social policies."  Thus, the lack of diversity on social and economic policies between the three candidates promptly shifts the focus of the debate to foreign policy.  Goldwater, being the only candidate of the three to rally for a more proactive United States military, becomes the default choice for establishment Republicans and foreign policy hawks alike.

However, the road to the nomination proves to be much harder for Goldwater than expected, with good campaign infrastructure yielded by both his opponents.  After taking heavy losses in Iowa and New Hampshire, the establishment blasts the airwaves with pro-Goldwater ads in a last-ditch effort to save the campaign.  The last-minute cash pour proves to be successful as Goldwater wins the majority of delegates by the skin of his teeth, defeating Maxwell and MadmanMotley, respectively.
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« Reply #205 on: Today at 10:41:56 am »
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1896



Gov. Scott Sunday (D-N.C.) 200
Senator Goldwater (R-Wash.) 243
Rep. "Madman" Motley (National Democrat-IN) 4

The nomination of evangelist-turned-politician Scott Sunday by the Democratic Party leads to a split within the organization (the Sunday candidacy had been backed by radical populists intent on transforming the Democratic Party into a vehicle for farm and labor interests), with prominent Democratic Congressman (and Mexican-War General 'Madman' Motley of Indiana) running on the National Democratic ticket in opposition to to the takeover of the Democrats by the left.

On the right, Washington Senator Goldwater easily wins the Republican nomination, and then the Presidency over a divided Democratic field.

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« Reply #206 on: Today at 10:51:53 am »
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2000

VP Scott: 48.4%291
Governor Madman Motley: 47.9% 246
Socialist activist TNF: 3% 0
Incumbent VP Scott Gore is elected president but lost some Clinton states: KY, AR, TN, LA, WV because of TNF Nader, running as a populist gun nut candidate being strong in Appalachia. But Scott still carried Florida.
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Assemblyman Cassius
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« Reply #207 on: Today at 11:58:35 am »
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The Democratic primary results in a tough three way fight between incumbet vice-president Scott Sunday, Governor Winde Jammer of West Virginia and Representative Theophilus Narses Fulbrook (TNF) of Illinois. Sunday is moderately centre-left, but is able to reach out easily to the party's centrist wing. Jammer, a popular Governor, mixes a passion for social justice with moderate views on both foreign policy and moral matters, an attractive proposition for some in the Democratic base. Last and not least, TNF represents the radicals in the party base, desiring an end to foreign entanglements and instead a focus on social and economic justice at home, making redistribution of wealth and the expansion of the welfare state the two main themes of his platform. Whilst both TNF and Jammer win a number of contests, Sunday's backing by the party establishment (and popularity in his own right) are enough to put him over the top in terms of delegates.



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'Wherever an altar is found, there civilization exists' - Joseph de Maistre

'It minds me not that you dress like a mad parrot and talk like a plate of beans negotiating their way out of a cow's digestive system. It is no skin off my rosy nose that there are bits of lemon peel floating down the Thames that would make better Regents than you. The fact is, you *are* regent, appointed by God, and I shall stick by you forever'

Economic score: +6.77_+5.81
Social score: +7.22_+6.61
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