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« Reply #2425 on: September 08, 2011, 08:24:12 pm »
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Using NVGonzalezs AMAZING 2012 mod....
I added a few candidates and VP's, and turned on the Constitution Party. I played Cindy Sheehan, my best performance was 3.3% in California. Really the same as 2008 with a third party hogginh some votes away..

President Barack Obama/Former Governor Howard Dean-357 EV, 48,845,807 PV (51.3%).
Former Governor Mitt Romney/Former UN Ambassador John Bolton-181 EV, 39,075,928 PV (41.1%).
Former Congressman Virgil Goode/Perenial Candidate Alan Keyes-5,279,293 PV (5.5%)
Activist Cindy Sheehan/Former Member of San Fransisco Board of Suprevisors Matt Gonzalez-1,318,028 PV (1.4%)
Former Party Chairman R. Lee Wrights/Activist Mary Ruwart-641,478 PV (0.7%)
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« Reply #2426 on: September 08, 2011, 11:22:30 pm »
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NY 2010: played as Paladino

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« Reply #2427 on: September 11, 2011, 12:55:11 am »
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Using NVGonzalezs AMAZING 2012 mod....
I added a few candidates and VP's, and turned on the Constitution Party. I played Cindy Sheehan, my best performance was 3.3% in California. Really the same as 2008 with a third party hogginh some votes away..

President Barack Obama/Former Governor Howard Dean-357 EV, 48,845,807 PV (51.3%).
Former Governor Mitt Romney/Former UN Ambassador John Bolton-181 EV, 39,075,928 PV (41.1%).
Former Congressman Virgil Goode/Perenial Candidate Alan Keyes-5,279,293 PV (5.5%)
Activist Cindy Sheehan/Former Member of San Fransisco Board of Suprevisors Matt Gonzalez-1,318,028 PV (1.4%)
Former Party Chairman R. Lee Wrights/Activist Mary Ruwart-641,478 PV (0.7%)

Did you play the primaries? If so, have you seen the Perry endorsement offers? For me, he's always at like -8% no matter how strong he is in the polls, in both my scenario and NVGonzalez's.

Why does perry always have to be such a quitter in this game? :/
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« Reply #2428 on: September 16, 2011, 04:20:06 pm »
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1996

Governor Lamar Alexander/Senator Arlen Specter-306 EV, 46.5 PV.
President Bill Clinton/Represenative Richard Gephardt-232 EV, 42.4%  PV
Ross Perot/Former Governor Richard Lamm-9.1% PV
Others (Green, Constitution, Libertarian)-1.9%

Played as Alexander. Buchanan won the first primaries, but lost steam. I won Iowa by a large margin, collecting all the delegates, the same for SC, and FL. Afterwords, I received a challenge from Gramm (Dole was off), who took up alot of votes, but with a endorsement from Lugar (my main rival early on), winning the nomination, and picking Specter as a running mate. Clinton received challenges from Gephart, LaRouche, and Dodd. Clinton won every primary, though Iowa was won by only 5%...A Power 9 scandal on Bill 2 weeks before the election sealed the deal, but I was going to win with/or without my scandal Smiley

EDIT: I did the whole campaign with a war cheast of 12,000,000, and no ads to the last two days.
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« Reply #2429 on: September 26, 2011, 07:48:28 pm »
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Best Game Yet Wink 2000

Senator Evan Bayh/Senator Russ Feingold-346 EV, 49,769,282 PV (45.8%).
Governor George W Bush/Former Senator John Danforth-192 EV, 47,360,281 PV (43.6%).
Activist Ralph Nader/Former Congressman Dan Hamburg-6,245,136 PV (5.8%)
Activist Pat Buchanan/Activist Ezola Foster-5,203,443 (4.8%)

I edited 2000 alot since I got this scenario. I added Paul Wellstone, and Evan Bayh to the Democratic primaries, and lots of extra VP options for each party. I created Bayh today, expecting to come in dead last in each primary. I started off with 8% in Iowa. I won Iowa, New Hampshire, and eventually, the nomination at a divided convention. Gore lost votes to the right to Bayh, and to the Left from Wellstone and Bradley. Bush won his primaries easily, though McCain and Dole gave some opposition here and their. With a centrist's Bayh and Bush (somewhat) as the nominees of the major parties, the Left boomed. Nader got 11% in Georgia, and averaged 10% in most states. Buchanan won the Teamsters and AFL-CIO endorsements for his protectionist positions. The election was extremely close, though I pulled it off. Two days before the election, it looked like Bush was gonna win a landslide.
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« Reply #2430 on: October 24, 2011, 07:08:18 pm »
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I cant edit Maine, but I won it too...I played Ron Paul vs Leonora Fulani in 88 without major parties, and won a landslide.
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« Reply #2431 on: October 30, 2011, 06:13:40 pm »
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I'd like a copy of any 2012 scenario you guys have available...
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« Reply #2432 on: October 31, 2011, 01:13:47 am »
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Best Game Yet Wink 2000

Senator Evan Bayh/Senator Russ Feingold-346 EV, 49,769,282 PV (45.8%).
Governor George W Bush/Former Senator John Danforth-192 EV, 47,360,281 PV (43.6%).
Activist Ralph Nader/Former Congressman Dan Hamburg-6,245,136 PV (5.8%)
Activist Pat Buchanan/Activist Ezola Foster-5,203,443 (4.8%)

I edited 2000 alot since I got this scenario. I added Paul Wellstone, and Evan Bayh to the Democratic primaries, and lots of extra VP options for each party. I created Bayh today, expecting to come in dead last in each primary. I started off with 8% in Iowa. I won Iowa, New Hampshire, and eventually, the nomination at a divided convention. Gore lost votes to the right to Bayh, and to the Left from Wellstone and Bradley. Bush won his primaries easily, though McCain and Dole gave some opposition here and their. With a centrist's Bayh and Bush (somewhat) as the nominees of the major parties, the Left boomed. Nader got 11% in Georgia, and averaged 10% in most states. Buchanan won the Teamsters and AFL-CIO endorsements for his protectionist positions. The election was extremely close, though I pulled it off. Two days before the election, it looked like Bush was gonna win a landslide.

Which were the best states for Nader and Buchanan?
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« Reply #2433 on: November 21, 2011, 06:08:54 pm »
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The Nader Series---1996

Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-478 EV, 41,144,932 popular votes.
President Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT)-60 EV, 31,090,782 popular votes.
Businessman Ross Perot (Reform-TX)/Economist Pat Choate (Reform-DC)-8,404,142 popular votes.
Activist Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Musician Jello Biafra (G-CA)-2,155,677 popular votes.
Activist Harry Browne (L-TE)/Activist Jo Jorgensen (L-SC)-658,347 popular votes.
Activist Howard Phillips (C-VA)/Activist Herb Titus (C-OK)-192,789 popular votes.

I was Nader. Im gonna play him in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, and maybe I will add him for the 2012 scenario. My best state was California, with 8.7%, and in Vermont I got 8.1%. I performed well in Maine, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Mass.
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« Reply #2434 on: November 22, 2011, 07:25:52 pm »
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The Nader Series---2000

Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN)/Senator John Kerry (D-MA)-348 EV, 52,841,128 popular votes.
President John McCain (R-AR)/Governor George Pataki (R-NY)-190 EV, 49,665,791 popular votes.
Activist Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Former Congressman Dan Hamburg (G-CA)-4,231,901 popular votes.
Activist Pat Buchanan (Reform-VA)/Former Congressman Ron Paul (Reform-TX) -1,074,651 popular votes.
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« Reply #2435 on: December 03, 2011, 01:22:56 am »
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Bush v. Kennedy 1980

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« Reply #2436 on: December 04, 2011, 12:35:24 am »
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2008 Huck vs Clinton



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« Reply #2437 on: December 04, 2011, 10:44:13 am »
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Aw, man...I forgot about this thread! I played for the first time in a while last week and got a ridiculously close result. It was one of the best campaigns I've run yet. It came down to a little over 100 votes in Washington and I won. I wish I saved the map!

I think it was something like this:


279-259

I remember spending way too much time defending the Northeast (because I was Obama facing Giuliani) and neglecting everywhere else. I started losing the Midwest near the end and thought I was done for when the whole area started going Republican. I won the popular vote by only a few thousand too. It was awesome...SO close
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« Reply #2438 on: December 08, 2011, 09:11:10 pm »
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Bush/Quayle V Cuomo/Casey [w/ Perot]
281-257

Barely any states had a candidate see over 50%.  Bush beat Cuomo in Ohio by about 1800 votes, and Perot continued to get about 20% of the vote throughout most of the states.
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« Reply #2439 on: December 12, 2011, 04:47:31 pm »
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2000 McCain vs Gore
very very very close race until the final week. tied at 43-43 each for nearly the entire game. Every time someone made gains somewhere they were cancled out by the other making gains somewhere else.

it looks like this going into the election:





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« Reply #2440 on: December 18, 2011, 03:35:22 am »
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2004 Hard



Dean/Clark 310 EV's 47.8% 50,373,181
Bush/Cheney 228 EV's 47.8% 50,367,264
Nader 0 EV's 1.9% 1,997,581
Badnarik 0 EV's 1.5% 1,605,080
Peroutka 0 EV's 0.9% 952,996

This is probably the most intense campaign I have ever played. Being Howard Dean I was in a primary where nobody wanted to drop out. First person did not drop out until May and I had to use all my PIPs to convince Kerry to drop out a month before the convention. When the GE started I was down 6 points with not a lot of undecideds left so my only choice was to go negative on Bush and put many footsoldiers on the ground while I hope for scandals. By election night I was down by 1 but led in the EV count. My strategy succeeded as you can see. I ended up winning by less than a few thousand votes in the PV and didn't gain a PV vote lead until an hour before counting was complete.
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Bernie would probably win Vermont if Obama were deemed to have more than 272 evs in the vag.
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« Reply #2441 on: December 24, 2011, 04:01:06 pm »
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Senator John Kerry (D-MA)/Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM)-273 EV, 46.3% of popular vote.
President George Bush (R-DC*)/Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX)-265 EV, 47.4% of the popular vote.
Others-6.3% of the popular vote.

I played Kerry, and quickly used momentum to knock out all rivals. I won Iowa by a massive margin, Dean, my nearest opponent, got 9% of the vote. I won every early to middle primary, and no rival got more than 200 delegates. Near the end, Clark gave me a minor challenge, winning all the end primaries, but I had 2000 delegates to his 800. I also added Ron Paul as a primary candidate, with about 10% to Powell, who I edited to have 20%. Paul won Iowa, and Powell won NH. Chafee endorsed Paul and Powell fizzled out after South Carolina. Bush only won by 300 delegates, and Paul became his VP. So I assume Bush registered as a citizen of DC for that too work. I raised a ton of money and ran a negative campaign. But when the general started, I was down energy wise -175 because of a whole weeks worth of fundraisers. Still, adds, scandals, and spinning stories kept things tight, though Kerry did no campaigning for 3 weeks, and lost all 3 debates by massive margins. I made no media appearances. The race was called at 4:48 AM. I won New Hampshire by 704 votes, and by 146 votes in New Mexico.
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« Reply #2442 on: December 26, 2011, 08:01:30 pm »
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Used NVGonzalez's new update (It's AMAZING),
President Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)-237 EV, 46,286,971 popular votes
Donald Trump (R-NY)/Governor Susana Martinez (R-NM)-217 EV, 45,533,806 popular votes
Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM)/Lance Brown (L-CA)-84 EV, 37,555,872 popular votes
Kent Mesplay (G-CA)/Grace Ross (G-IL)-0 EV, 104,797 popular votes

Obama absolutely would've won had I not ran as Johnson. Congress elected Obama.
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« Reply #2443 on: December 28, 2011, 02:15:37 am »
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Kennedy vs Carter 1980

Despite my best efforts, going all the way until the very end, I just couldn't beat him Sad

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« Reply #2444 on: December 30, 2011, 08:15:16 pm »
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The 2012 Scenario on the theoryspark site:



Trump/Christie- 333 EV's, 49%

Clinton/Obama(of all people)-205 EV's, 43.%

Root/Brown-0 EV's,3.5 %
Baldwin/Castle-0 EV's,4.4%


The Independents screwed me up in the Northeast, as they cost me Rhode island and Maine to Hillary. I came from behind to beat Romney, and Hillary won in an upset at the convention.
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« Reply #2445 on: January 02, 2012, 04:32:43 pm »
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Weirdest game yet...The sucesser game to my last post here.

President John Kerry (D-MA)/Vice President Bill Richardson (D-NM)-352 EV, 51.4% of the popular vote.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)/Governor Sarah Palin (R-AK)-186 EV, 45.4% of the popular vote.
Former Congressman Bob Barr (L-GA)/Activist Mary Ruwart (L-TX)-0 EV, 3.2% of the popular vote.

I turned off all Democrats accept for Kerry, with Sharpton, Nader, and Kucinich being primary opponents.  I received no opposition, though. The Republican primaries were between Romney and Paul, before Rudy won big on Super Tuesday. Up until the last week, Rudy was leading. A few good ads changed that Wink

 Edit: Used the wrong map, but it was pretty much right. Same percentages and states, same number I listed below the map, just differant numbers on the map.
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« Reply #2446 on: January 05, 2012, 09:18:23 pm »
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Wormyguy's 68 scenario (I played as Wallace):



Nixon/Agnew- 347 EV's,36.9%
Johnson/Humphrey- 111 EV's,33.1%
Wallace/Lemay- 80 EV's, 30%

Tossup States:

Delaware: Nixon beat Johnson by 204 votes.
California: Nixon beat Johnson by .04% or 64,000
Florida: Wallace beat Nixon by .08% or 45,000
Idaho: Nixon beat Wallace by 1.1%
Arizona: Nixon beat Wallace by 1.7%
Kansas: Nixon beat Wallace by 2.2%
Ohio: Nixon beat Johnson by 2.5%
Maryland: Nixon beat Johnson by 2.7%
New York: Johnson beat Nixon by 3%
Alaska: Nixon beat Johnson by 4%
Indiana:Nixon beat Johnson by 5.4%
Nevada: Nixon beat Johnson by 7%
Utah: Nixon beat Wallace by 7%
South Dakota: Nixon beat Johnson by 8.1%
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« Reply #2447 on: January 07, 2012, 05:38:34 pm »
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Does anyone know when 2012 comes out?  Or are they just adding the 2012 scenario as an update, and not make a new game?  (I can't decide whether to wait till the new game version comes out Wink)
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« Reply #2448 on: January 28, 2012, 06:01:45 am »
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KENNEDY V REAGAN - 1980

I started off being spanked

I had clear leads in only MN, GA, DC and MA at points, and was down by 7% in the general polls.

But in the last 3 weeks, I engaged in saturation advertising and focusing on the Rust Belt, the Northeast, the Mississippi Corridor as well as California.

I suddenly surged and in the final polls I had closed the gap to only 3%...



Kennedy/Glenn - 299EV - 43.9%
Reagan/Bush - 239EV - 44%
Anderson/Lucey - 0EV - 12.1%

I did lose the popular vote, but only by 109,000
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« Reply #2449 on: January 28, 2012, 05:36:08 pm »
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2010 Arizona Senate Election.

Senator John McCain (R-AZ)-904,360 votes (56.0%).
Activist David Nolan (L-AZ)-365,579 votes (22.6%).
Former Governor Janet Napolitano (D-AZ)-329,209 votes (20.4%).
Activist Jerry Joslyn (G-AZ)-16,684 votes (1.0%).

I played Nolan. My strategy? Footsoldiers! Footsoldiers! Footsoldiers! Every county, every week, new ones were made. I edited the game slightly to give Nolan one crusader, in the form of Ron Paul. I came within 4% of Apache county. I figure I was the "Tea Party" candidate.

Edit: I got my colors confused. I also realized colors is "colors" not "colars".....
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