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« Reply #2525 on: July 10, 2012, 06:24:44 pm »
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A Giant Sucking Sound-Alternate 1996

General Norman Schwarzkoph (R-NJ)-599 Delegates
Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-573 Delegates
Governor Carroll Campbell (R-SC)-531 Delegates
Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander (R-TE)-342 Delegates
Senator Phil Gramm (R-TX)-191 Delegates

Lets see how this convention plays out...

1st ballot.
General Norman Schwarzkoph (R-NJ)-599 Delegates (+264)
Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-573 Delegates (+211)
Governor Carroll Campbell (R-SC)-531 Delegates
Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander (R-TE)-342 Delegates
Senator Phil Gramm (R-TX)-191 Delegates
Governor Campbell drops out, after losing his upper tier status in the final days.

2nd ballot.
General Norman Schwarzkoph (R-NJ)-599 Delegates (+264) (+83)
Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-573 Delegates (+211) (+56)
Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander (R-TE)-342 Delegates
Senator Phil Gramm (R-TX)-191 Delegates

3rd ballot.
General Norman Schwarzkoph (R-NJ)-599 Delegates (+264) (+83) (+145)
Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-573 Delegates (+211) (+56) (+158)
Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander (R-TE)-342 Delegates

Schwarzkoph wins 998 to 938.
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« Reply #2526 on: July 25, 2012, 04:09:36 pm »
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1980 election
Carter/Brown-407
Ford/Bush-131
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« Reply #2527 on: July 29, 2012, 08:09:45 pm »
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This was a good one. I turned Cuomo, Kennedy, and Bentsen on for the Democratic nomination. I played DuPont in the 1988 primaries. I was able to win the RNC when Robertson endorsed me. I was unprepared for Bentsen, however. I was expecting the Kennedy delegates at the RNC to break for Jackson. They did not. So all my anti Jackson ads and scandals became useless. Great game Smiley



Senator Lloyd Bentsen (D-TX)/Governor Michael Dukakis (D-MA)-294 EV, 45.8% of the popular vote.
Former Governor Pete DuPont (R-DE)/Congressman Jack Kemp (R-NY)-244 EV, 44.9% of the popular vote.
Former Congressman Ron Paul (L-TX)/Mr. Russell Means (L-CA)-4.7% of the popular vote.
Mrs. Leonora Fulani (NA-DC)/Mr. Fred Newman (NA-NY)-4.6% of the popular vote.
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« Reply #2528 on: July 30, 2012, 04:41:00 pm »
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Cuomo/Clinton - 313 EV - 39.2% PV
Bush/Quayle - 217 EV - 36.8% PV
Perot/Stockdale - 8 EV - 24% PV

Played Cuomo in the primaries. Won most of the early states save Iowa, but Clinton made it a battle to June 2 for delegates with narrow victories in Southern states. I secured the nomination on June 2 by about ~20 delegates, with 100 to Tsongas and Brown each, and Clinton had the rest. Brown endorsed me and I made Clinton my running mate.

Closest States:
Nevada: 33.8 - 33.6
Colorado: 36.4 - 36.2
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« Reply #2529 on: August 14, 2012, 06:56:47 pm »
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1976

President Gerald Ford (R-MI)/Senator Robert Dole (R-KS)-362 EV, 48.7% of the population.
Former Governor James Carter (D-GA)/Senator Jennings Randolph (D-WV)-177 EV, 46.2% of the popular vote.
Former Senator Eugene McCarthy (I-MN)/Various-5.0% of the popular vote.

Ford Best States
Alaska: 61.4%
Wyoming: 60.1%
Kansas: 59.8%
Indiana: 59.4%
Wisconsin: 57.7%


Carter Best States
Arkansas: 61.9%
Washington DC: 59.6%
Minnesota: 57.8%
Louisiana: 56.1%
Hawaii: 53.7%


McCarthy Best States
Oregon: 26.7%
Utah: 17.2%
Alabama: 16.5%
Maine: 16.0%
Montana: 15.2%
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« Reply #2530 on: September 13, 2012, 09:38:14 am »
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I played as Hoover making a comeback in 1940. TN was decided by 11 votes

Hoover/Dewey - 56.2%
Kennedy/McNutt - 43%

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« Reply #2531 on: September 13, 2012, 07:54:44 pm »
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Anybody got an update. I have version 1.00.5
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« Reply #2532 on: October 06, 2012, 11:32:19 pm »
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O'Malley/Warner 347 - 191  Bush/McDonnell
52.3% (64,043,186) - (58,429,359) 47.7%

Closest states (by percentage):

New Hampshire 0.0% (265 votes)
Wisconsin 1.0% (26,633 votes)
Missouri 1.4% (35,538 votes)

Best D states:

D.C. 93.4%
Hawaii 65.3%
Massachusetts 65.1%

Best R states:

Utah 73.8%
Wyoming 69.9%
Idaho 68.0%

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« Reply #2533 on: October 07, 2012, 08:48:05 pm »
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Obama/Biden 167 - 371 Huntsman/Ryan
47.2% (54,767,544) - (61,168,929) 52.8%

Closest states (by percentage):

Washington 2.6% (62,051 votes)
Maine 3.2% (17,352 votes)
Minnesota 3.8% (73,608 votes)

Best D states:

D.C. 92.8%
Hawaii 63.2%
Massachusetts 61.9%

Best R states:

Utah 75.2%
Wyoming 73.7%
Idaho 73.1%

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97 points, 'Phenomenal'.
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« Reply #2534 on: October 08, 2012, 02:36:28 am »
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Cuomo/Warren 170 - 368 McDonnell/Thune
46.0% (54,220,549) - (63,553,656) 54.0%

Closest states:

Delaware 0.8% (2,053 votes)
Oregon 0.8% (11,148 votes)
Rhode Island 3.2% (12,683 votes)
New Jersey 3.2% (105,062 votes)
Pennsylvania 3.6% (186,572 votes)

Best D states:

DC 91.4%
Hawaii 63.8%
Maryland 59.4%

Best R states:

Utah 76.0%
Wyoming 74.1%
Idaho 71.8%

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« Reply #2535 on: October 09, 2012, 07:54:45 pm »
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Gerald Ford: 1976

President Gerald Ford (R-MI)/Senator Robert Dole (R-KS)-527 EV, 59.5% of the popular vote.
Former Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA)/Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV)-12 EV, 37.2% of the popular vote.
Former Senator Eugene McCarthy (I-MN)/Multiple Runningmates-3.2% of the popular vote.

I was lucky to get a good deal of momentum in the primaries, as well as getting (for a hefty price) Mo Udalls endorsement. Reagan was never a real threat, though he did come 0.1% away from winning New Hampshire. I used ads to blast Carter on all sorts of issues, and had a powerful level 9 scandal in the last week come out on him. I lost the first two debates, and tied on the final one. Dole beat Byrd in a very close, unremarkable debate. 
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« Reply #2536 on: October 10, 2012, 08:46:28 pm »
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Gerald Ford: 1980

President Gerald Ford (R-MI)/Ambassador George Bush (R-TX)-523 EV, 60.7% of the popular vote.
Former Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA)/Congresswoman Barbara Jordan (D-TX)-15 EV, 39.3% of the popular vote.

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« Reply #2537 on: October 12, 2012, 08:36:17 am »
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I'm currently nearly able to win the GOP 2016 nomination as Thune., but Christie is proving difficult to budge.
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« Reply #2538 on: October 14, 2012, 01:47:01 pm »
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« Reply #2539 on: October 16, 2012, 03:28:04 pm »
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Gerald Ford: 1984

President Gerald Ford (R-MI)/Vice President George Bush (R-TX)-535 EV, 65.3% of the popular vote.
Senator Walter Mondale (R-MN)/Former Senator George McGovern (D-SD)-3 EV, 34.7% of the popular vote.

And so ends the Ford trilogy. His three terms were marked by landslide victories. Now off to Bush in 1988 Wink I plan on playing up until 2012.
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« Reply #2540 on: October 17, 2012, 12:23:00 pm »
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2012- Obama 376, Romney 162
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« Reply #2541 on: October 31, 2012, 01:46:29 pm »
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Played the "A giant sucking sound-1996" scenario where Perot had won in 1992 and is the incumbent in the race. I played as Schwartzkopf.

Schwartzkopf/Campbell: PV - 42.5%; EV - 483
Richards/Wilder: PV - 29.2%; EV - 30
Perot/Stockdale: PV - 28.3; EV - 25

The race was a three way tie up until the conventions then I just destroyed them the rest of the campaign

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« Reply #2542 on: November 10, 2012, 01:02:35 am »
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2012 Scenario


Fmr. Congressman Newt Gingrich (R-GA)/Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)-- 287 electoral votes; 66,442,032 votes (51.7% of NPV)
[/b]President Barack Obama (D-IL)/Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE)--251 electoral votes; 62,106,980 votes (48.3% of NPV)

Good campaign.  Was consistently down in VA, NC, CO, and NV until the last few weeks.  Walker and Martinez were two of my biggest surrogates, which proved to be crucial!  Despite the closeness of the election, I never fell behind in the EV count on Election Night.

The closest state was New Mexico, which Gingrich won by only 3,746 votes.  Virginia was a nail-bitter too, with only a 13,000 vote victory for Gingrich.
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« Reply #2543 on: November 10, 2012, 06:44:31 pm »
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How much does this cost, if anything? No torrents for it seem to exist.
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« Reply #2544 on: November 11, 2012, 07:48:55 pm »
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United States presidential election, 2012



Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX)/Gov. Bob McDonnell (R-VA)--269 Electoral Votes; 49.3% of NPV (64,772,000 exactly)
Pres. Barack Obama (D-IL)/Vice Pres. Joe Biden (D-DE)--269 Electoral Votes; 48.9% of NPV (64,342,230)
Fmr. Gov. Gary Johnson (L-NM)/Jim Gray (L-CA)--0 Electoral Votes; 1.8% of NPV (2,336,284)

Election gets thrown to the House of Representatives where Perry wins.  

Closest states:
   New Hampshire (Perry by 554 votes, less than 0.1%)
   Pennsylvania (Obama by 56,584, 1.0%)
   Wisconsin (Perry by 28,895, 1.2%)
  

Most Obama-voting States:
   Washington, D.C. (91.9%)
   Hawaii (64.4%)
   Massachusetts (61.6%)

Most Perry-voting States:
   Utah (71.5%)
   Idaho (71.2%)
   Wyoming (69.4%)

I played as Obama, and this was a very interesting game.  I think I wasting too much time early-on trying to build infastructure in states like IN, GA, MT, AZ, and MO, while I neglected much of the Rust Belt (IA, WI, MI, OH) and VA.  I was leading, but a Power 9 scandal came out on me the the Friday before Election Day.  

Still, only 554 votes in New Hampshire!!  Talk about a nightmare!
 
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« Reply #2545 on: November 12, 2012, 02:30:31 am »
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« Reply #2546 on: November 17, 2012, 04:43:36 pm »
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I'm currently nearly able to win the GOP 2016 nomination as Thune., but Christie is proving difficult to budge.

As always. Wink
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« Reply #2547 on: November 19, 2012, 07:00:12 pm »

2012 Election: (With President Forever 2008)



Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani/Former Governor Mitt Romney: 49% / 319 EV
President Barack Obama/VicePresident Joe Biden: 44.6% / 219 EV
Former Governor Gary Johnson/Judge Jim Gray: 2.4% / 0 EV
Others: 4% / 0 EV

Quite interesting game; I faced the primaries with Giuliani vs Romney, Huckabee, Palin as the main foes (2008 all over again), and with a strategy of taking New Hampshire, Florida and Nevada I managed to take the momentum. After winning the nomination I focused on winning the west and increasing the margins in upper New England, which explains why I won states like Oregon but not Pennsylvania... Now I'll see how I fare with Tim Pawlenty or Mitch Daniels.
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« Reply #2548 on: November 19, 2012, 11:13:41 pm »
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My 2016 Scenario


Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice/ Sen. Marco Rubio 49.3%
Vice President Joe Biden/ Gov. Andrew Cuomo 50.2%
Gov. Gary Johnson/ Judge James Gray .5%

I was Rice, I started in GE mode and the campaign was brutal. Was 269-269 up until the last 2 seconds of Colorado.
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« Reply #2549 on: December 02, 2012, 10:45:14 pm »
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Ran as Perot in 1996 running for Re-election vs Gephardt/Kerrey vs Campbell/I forget

I won 43-35-21

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