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1  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: Today at 04:29:57 pm
So, due to circumstances out of anyone's control, the results of the North Dakota caucuses will be delayed until tonight. Thanks for understanding, all!
2  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: Today at 08:31:27 am
FAIR WARNING, EVERYONE: I'M GOING TO BE AWAY FROM MY COMPUTER FOR MOST OF THE DAY, SO IF I DON'T RESPOND IMMEDIATELY TO YOUR ENDORSEMENT REQUESTS, PLEASE DON'T PANIC. I WILL GET YOUR ENDORSEMENTS SET UP BEFORE THE NORTH DAKOTA CAUCUSES THIS AFTERNOON.

Public Policy Polling Democratic Primary Poll, 5-7 February 2020
John Kerry - 33%

Sherrod Brown - 33%
Alex Sink - 33%
Undecided - 1%

Rasmussen Reports Republican Primary Poll, 5-7 February 2020
Phil Scott - 28%

Lisa Murkowski - 26%
Justin Amash - 24%
Rick Santorum - 21%
Undecided - 1%

Current Credit Totals:

Democrats
Sherrod Brown: 0
John Kerry: 0.4
Alex Sink: 0

Republicans
Justin Amash: 9.4
Lisa Murkowski: 1.4
Phil Scott: 2.6
Rick Santorum: 4.2

Independents
Rob Manfred: 4

Current Endorsements:
Democrats
Sherrod Brown
Bernie Sanders, US Senator from Vermont and runner-up in 2016
AFL-CIO, major labor union federation
Jeff Merkley, US Senator from Oregon
Amy Klobuchar, US Senator from Minnesota
Tulsi Gabbard, House Assistant Minority Leader, US Rep. from HI-02, and former candidate
Robert Reich, former US Secretary of Labor from California
Keith Ellison, Attorney General of Minnesota
Marcy Kaptur, US Rep. from OH-09
Ro Khanna, US Rep. from CA-17
Jay Inslee, Governor of Washington and former candidate
Gary Locke, former Governor of Washington
Chris Murphy, US Senator from Connecticut
LeBron James, basketball star from California
Nina Turner, President of Our Revolution, former Ohio State Senator
Barbara Lee, US Rep. from CA-13
John Lewis, US Rep. from GA-05
NARAL Pro-Choice America
Joyce Beatty, US Rep. from OH-03
Patrick Leahy, US Senator from Vermont
Service Employees International Union
National Education Association
Brenda Lawrence, US Rep. from MI-14
Tammy Baldwin, US Senator from Wisconsin
Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont
UNITE HERE, labor union
United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
Dina Titus, US Rep. from NV-01
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Stacey Abrams, Governor of Georgia and former candidate
Oprah Winfrey, talk show host and major celebrity from California
Barack Obama, 44th POTUS from Illinois
Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential nominee in 2016 from New York
Peter Welch, US Rep. from VT-AL
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, US Rep. from NY-14
Pramila Jayapal, US Rep. from WA-07
Mark Pocan, US Rep. from WI-02
Jeanne Shaheen, US Senator from New Hampshire
Des Moines Register
United Steelworkers of America
Change to Win
New Hampshire Union Leader, statewide newspaper
Andrew Gillum, Mayor of Tallahassee, Florida
Richard Cordray, former Attorney General of Ohio and Director of the CFPB
Conservation Fund
Marcia Fudge, US Rep. from OH-11
Raul Grijalva, US Rep. from AZ-03
Our Revolution
Tammy Duckworth, US Senator from Illinois
Debora Pignatelli, Member of the New Hampshire Executive Council from District 5
Kirsten Gillibrand, US Senator from New York
MoveOn
Concord Monitor
Ed Markey, US Senator from Massachusetts
Progressive Democrats of America
VoteVets.org
Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence
Susie Lee, US Rep. from NV-03
Kent Conrad, former US Senator from North Dakota
Michelle Obama, former FLOTUS
National Farmers Union
Bismarck Tribune

John Kerry
Elizabeth Warren, US Senator from Massachusetts
Joe Kennedy III, US Rep. from MA-04
Steny Hoyer, US Rep. from MD-05
Adam Schiff, House Minority Whip, US Rep. from CA-28
Tim Ryan, House Minority Leader, US Rep. from OH-13
Joe Biden, 47th Vice President of the United States from Delaware
Jesse Jackson, civil rights activist from Illinois
Chuck Schumer, Senate Minority Leader, US Senator from New York
Al Gore, 45th Vice President of the United States from Tennessee
Cedric Richmond, US Rep. from LA-02
Debbie Wassermann Schultz, US Rep. from FL-23
Hakeem Jeffries, US Rep. from NY-08
Jim Clyburn, US Rep. from SC-06
Terri Sewell, US Rep. from AL-07
Beto O'Rourke, former US Rep. from TX-16 and former candidate
Bill Clinton, 42nd POTUS from New York
Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and former candidate
Dave Loebsack, US Rep. from IA-02
Steven Horsford, US Rep. from NV-04
Tom Vilsack, former Governor of Iowa
Bennie Thompson, US Rep. from MS-02
Earl Pomeroy, former US Rep. from ND-AL
Byron Dorgan, former US Senator from North Dakota
Harry Reid, former US Senator from Nevada
Ron Kind, US Rep. from WI-03
Heidi Heitkamp, former Attorney General of North Dakota
Nancy Pelosi, US Rep. from CA-12
Joaquin Castro, US Rep. from TX-20
Julian Castro, former Mayor of San Antonio, Texas
Jason Carter, former Georgia State Senator and grandson of Jimmy Carter
G. K. Butterfield, US Rep. from NC-01
Alma Adams, US Rep. from NC-12
Cheri Bustos, US Rep. from IL-17
Al Lawson, US Rep. from FL-05
Jim Cooper, US Rep. from TN-05
Steve Cohen, US Rep. from TN-09
Kay Hagan, US Senator from North Carolina
Ruben Gallego, US Rep. from AZ-07
Dick Durbin, Senate Minority Whip, US Senator from Illinois
Bob Casey, Jr., US Senator from Pennsylvania

Alex Sink
Tom Harkin, former US Senator from Iowa
National Education Union
Chet Culver, former Governor of Iowa
Maggie Hassan, former Governor of New Hampshire
Onward Together, PAC
Kamala Harris, US Senator from California and former candidate
Ann Kuster, US Rep. from NH-02
Jennifer Wexton, US Rep. from VA-10
Abigail Spanberger, US Rep. from VA-07
United Farm Workers of America
Gavin Newsom, Governor of California
Priorities USA Action PAC
United for a Strong America PAC
Planned Parenthood
Catherine Cortez Masto, US Senator from Nevada
American Association for Justice
Will Stewart, Alderman from Ward 2, Manchester, New Hampshire
Human Rights Campaign
Ayanna Pressley, US Rep. from MA-07
Donna Shalala, US Rep. from FL-27
Derek Eadon, Chair of the Iowa Democratic Party
American Federation of Government Employees
American Postal Workers Union
Bob Graham, former Governor of Florida
Jacky Rosen, US Senator from Nevada
Colin Allred, US Rep. from TX-32
Carpenters' Independent Conference
Steve Sisolak, Governor of Nevada
American Civil Liberties Union
Carol Shea-Porter, former US Rep. from NH-01
John Hickenlooper, former Governor of Colorado
Bill Nelson, US Senator from Florida
College Democrats of America
American Nurses' Association
Norman Yee, Member of the San Francisco Board of Directors


Republicans
Justin Amash
Rand Paul, US Senator from Kentucky
Thomas Massie, US Rep. from KY-04
Ron Paul, former US Rep. from TX-14
Carly Fiorina, CEO of Hewlett-Packard from Virginia
Barbara Comstock, former US Rep. from VA-10
Lynn Jenkins, former US Rep. from KS-02
Martha McSally, US Senator from Arizona
Kevin Cramer, US Rep. from ND-AL
Rick Berg, US Senator from North Dakota
Will Hurd, US Rep. from TX-23
Young Kim, US Rep. from CA-39
John Hoeven, US Senator from North Dakota
Brian Sandoval, former Governor of Nevada
Jim Inhofe, US Senator from Oklahoma
Lamar Alexander, US Senator from Tennessee
Thom Tillis, former Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives
Richard Burr, US Senator from North Carolina
Terry Branstad, former Governor of Iowa
Gordon MacDonald, Attorney General of New Hampshire
Nikki Haley, former Governor of South Carolina and former candidate

Lisa Murkowski
Susan Collins, US Senator from Maine
Kelly Ayotte, US Senator from New Hampshire
Jon Huntsman, Jr., former Governor of Utah
Mia Love, US Senator from Utah
Shelley Moore Capito, US Senator from West Virginia
Tim Scott, US Senator from South Carolina
Henry McMaster, Governor of South Carolina
Mike Dunleavy, Governor of Alaska
Liz Cheney, US Rep. from WY-AL
Scott Brown, US Secretary of State from Massachusetts
North Dakota Chamber of Commerce
South Carolina Chamber of Commerce
Rob Portman, US Senator from Ohio and former candidate
John Kasich, former Governor of Ohio
Mike DeWine, Governor of Ohio
Kim Reynolds, Governor of Iowa
Paul Ryan, Vice President of the United States and former candidate
Lindsey Graham, US Senator from South Carolina
Chuck Grassley, President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate and US Senator from Iowa
John Sununu, former US Senator from New Hampshire
Judd Gregg, former US Senator from New Hampshire
Kay Bailey Hutchison, former US Senator from Texas
Carlos Curbelo, US Rep. from FL-26
Mark Amodei, US Rep. from NV-02
Ann Wagner, US Rep. from MO-02
Kay Ivey, Governor of Alabama
National Rifle Association
Kay Granger, US Rep. from TX-12
Bob Corker, former US Senator from Tennessee

Rick Santorum
Pat Toomey, US Senator from Pennsylvania
Lou Barletta, former US Rep. from PA-11
Joni Ernst, US Senator from Iowa
Ted Cruz, US Senator from Texas
Scott Perry, US Rep. from PA-10
Scott Walker, former Governor of Wisconsin
Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas
Dan Crenshaw, US Rep. from TX-02
Doug Burgum, Governor of North Dakota
Tom Cotton, US Senator from Arkansas
Bill Cassidy, US Senator from Louisiana
David Perdue, US Senator from Georgia
National Right to Life
Tea Party Patriots
Michele Bachmann, former US Rep. from MN-06
Jim DeMint, former US Senator from South Carolina
Mark Meadows, US Rep. from NC-11
Matt Bevin, Governor of Kentucky

Phil Scott
Elise Stefanik, US Rep. from NY-21
Charlie Baker, Governor of Massachusetts and former candidate
Jim Douglas, former Governor of Vermont
Larry Hogan, Governor of Maryland
Charlie Dent, US Rep. from PA-07
Ryan Costello, US Rep. from PA-06
Chris Sununu, Governor of New Hampshire
New Hampshire Farm Bureau
Bill Weld, former Governor of Massachusetts
North Dakota Farm Bureau
John Katko, US Rep. from NY-24
Adam Kinzinger, US Rep. from IL-16
New Hampshire Chamber of Commerce
Eddie Edwards, US Rep. from NH-01
Iowa Farm Bureau
New Hampshire Sheriffs' Association
Scott Taylor, US Rep. from VA-02
Kristi Noem, Governor of South Dakota
Colin Powell, former US Secretary of State
Peter King, US Rep. from NY-02
Todd Young, US Senator from Indiana
Joe Heck, former US Rep. from NV-03
Pete Stauber, US Rep. from MN-08
Richard Hanna, former US Rep. from NY-22
Fred Upton, US Rep. from MI-06
Brian Fitzpatrick, US Rep. from PA-01
Gary Herbert, Governor of Utah
Brian Mast, US Rep. from FL-18
Scott Milne, businessman from Vermont; candidate for Governor of Vermont in 2014 and US Senate from Vermont in 2016
Allan Fung, Mayor of Cranston, Rhode Island; Republican nominee for Governor of Rhode Island in 2014
Dean Heller, former US Senator from Nevada
Nevada Chamber of Commerce
Mark Sanford, US Rep. from SC-01
David Valadao, US Rep. from CA-21
Rob Wittman, US Rep. from VA-01
Virginia Chamber of Commerce


Independents
Rob Manfred
Gary Johnson, former Governor of New Mexico and Libertarian presidential nominee in 2016
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter
Bill Gates, founder and former CEO of Microsoft
Arnold Schwarzenegger, former Governor of California
Derek Jeter, Miami Marlins owner and MLB Hall of Famer
Gary Oldman, actor
3  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 21, 2019, 07:00:36 pm
Will endorsement credits be revealed before N.D. (is ND tomorrow?)

North Dakota is Saturday afternoon, with the new credit dump being Saturday morning, so yes.
4  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 20, 2019, 08:42:57 pm

No problem.
5  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 20, 2019, 08:15:14 pm
Is South Carolina or North Dakota next?

North Dakota
Thanks, by the way, Nikki Haley hasn't endorsed yet, has she?

No, no she has not.
Could she endorse me then?

She can, indeed.
6  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 20, 2019, 07:59:10 pm
Is South Carolina or North Dakota next?

North Dakota
Thanks, by the way, Nikki Haley hasn't endorsed yet, has she?

No, no she has not.
7  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 07:58:43 pm
BREAKING NEWS
In other news, Justin Amash has also won the Nevada Libertarian Caucuses.
8  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 20, 2019, 07:50:10 pm
Is South Carolina or North Dakota next?

North Dakota
9  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 07:49:04 pm
Delegate totals:

Democrats
Sherrod Brown - 44
John Kerry - 43
Alex Sink - 43



Republicans
Phil Scott - 26
Justin Amash - 22
Lisa Murkowski - 21
Rick Santorum - 18

10  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 07:41:09 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we're back, with now all of the vote reporting.

Democrats
Alex Sink - 36.59% (27443 votes)

Sherrod Brown - 31.72% (23790 votes)
John Kerry - 31.69% (23768 votes)

Republicans
Justin Amash - 27.68% (20760 votes)

Phil Scott - 25.33% (18998 votes)
Rick Santorum - 23.51% (17633 votes)
Lisa Murkowski - 23.48% (17610 votes)

Kelly: And that is all we have for tonight. The winners tonight were Alex Sink and Justin Amash, and delegate maps will be up shortly. Thanks for joining us, and this has been Election Night in America!
11  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 07:27:26 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we can make a major projection, with 91% of the vote reporting.

JUSTIN AMASH WINS THE NEVADA REPUBLICAN CAUCUSES
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Kelly: Amash is the first sitting U.S. Representative to win a statewide presidential caucus or primary since Ron Paul in 2012, a fellow libertarian-leaning Republican. Stay tuned.
12  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 07:17:23 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we can make a major projection, with 91% of the vote reporting.

ALEX SINK WINS THE NEVADA DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES
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Kelly: This is a much-needed win for the Sink campaign, and by an apparently significant margin, too. Stay tuned.
13  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 07:10:13 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we're back, with now 90% reporting.

Democrats
Alex Sink - 36.95% (24941 votes)
Sherrod Brown - 31.74% (21425 votes)
John Kerry - 31.31% (21134 votes)

Republicans
Justin Amash - 27.41% (18502 votes)
Phil Scott - 25.56% (17253 votes)
Rick Santorum - 23.58% (15917 votes)
Lisa Murkowski - 23.45% (15829 votes)

Kelly: And that is all we have right now.  Most of the remaining vote is split between the Reno area and the Las Vegas exurbs. Stay tuned.
14  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 06:45:54 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we're back, with now 50% reporting.

Democrats
Alex Sink - 37.59% (14096 votes)
Sherrod Brown - 31.27% (11726 votes)
John Kerry - 31.14% (11678 votes)

Republicans
Justin Amash - 26.75% (10031 votes)
Phil Scott - 26.22% (9833 votes)
Rick Santorum - 23.58% (8843 votes)
Lisa Murkowski - 23.45% (8794 votes)

Kelly: And that is all we have right now.  Most recent vote is in from Las Vegas proper, with some from southern Clark County. Still half of the vote out. Stay tuned.
15  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 06:31:35 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we're back, with now 25% reporting.

Democrats
Alex Sink - 38.44% (7208 votes)
John Kerry - 30.85% (5784 votes)
Sherrod Brown - 30.71% (5758 votes)

Republicans
Justin Amash - 28.62% (5366 votes)
Phil Scott - 25.31% (4746 votes)
Rick Santorum - 24.44% (4583 votes)
Lisa Murkowski - 21.63% (4056 votes)

Kelly: And that is all we have right now. Still early, with 75% of the vote still out. Stay tuned. Most recent vote is in from the southern Las Vegas suburbs.
16  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 06:13:05 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we're back, with now 10% reporting.

Democrats
Alex Sink - 35.61% (2671 votes)
John Kerry - 34.44% (2583 votes)
Sherrod Brown - 29.95% (2246 votes)

Republicans
Justin Amash - 29.61% (2221 votes)
Rick Santorum - 25.70% (1928 votes)
Phil Scott - 23.65% (1774 votes)
Lisa Murkowski - 21.04% (1578 votes)

Kelly: And that is all we have right now. Still very early, with 90% of the vote still out. Stay tuned.
17  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 06:00:21 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Kelly: And we're back, with the first results trickling in from across the state; only 1% reporting at this time.

Democrats
John Kerry - 39.32% (289 votes)
Alex Sink - 31.84% (234 votes)
Sherrod Brown - 28.84% (212 votes)

Republicans
Justin Amash - 28.45% (202 votes)
Rick Santorum - 26.34% (187 votes)
Phil Scott - 23.80% (169 votes)
Lisa Murkowski - 21.41% (152 votes)

Kelly: And that is all we have right now. Still very early, with the vast majority of the vote still out. Stay tuned.

Footnote: it was just as I was about to post this that my dad decided we should take this time to disassemble a trampoline (hence why this took an hour to post).
18  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 20, 2019, 04:46:35 pm
Election Night 2020
with your hosts, Tucker Carlson and Megyn Kelly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCibE6jbkT8&list=RDQMHRAVROm2E_4&index=1

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Carlson: Good evening. I'm Tucker Carlson.

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Kelly: And I'm Megyn Kelly. And we're here to bring you the results of the 2020 Nevada caucuses!

Carlson: That's right, Megyn. We're going to be bringing you live updates on the results out of Nevada. You'd better hold on, folks, because it's...

Both: Election Night in America!
19  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: The Sons of Immigrants: The Hilliard Administration on: March 18, 2019, 08:51:53 am
December 29, 1933: President Hilliard orders the immediate return of "the traitor Henry Arens" to United States custody, or else he will take the case to the Hague, on charges of harboring fugitives.

January 2, 1934: The British, Canadians, and French refuse Hilliard's demands.

January 17, 1934: The Germans, Italians, and Chinese announce their backing of Hilliard in the ongoing battle for control of Arens.

January 24, 1934: Ed Sullivan, ardent Steele supporter and Hilliard critic, is found dead, supposedly by suicide, in his apartment in New York.

February 15, 1934: Harry Gore orders the first execution of African-Americans perpetrated by the Hilliard regime, killing twenty who supposedly escaped custody and "endangered several whites in the process."

March 2, 1934: The case of Hilliard v. United Kingdom reaches the Hague, where it is decided in favor of the United Kingdom, as no outside sources could be brought in to confirm Arens's
alleged treason.

March 8, 1934: The British Ambassador to the United States is dismissed.

March 11, 1934: The United States announces it will no longer attempt to enforce the provision of the Treaty of Versailles which entails limits on German armaments.

March 16, 1934: The British and French begin seeking audience with Trotsky, sensing the need for additional allies in a coming conflict.

March 20, 1934: Trotsky denounces the British and French as "reactionary liars" and refuses to treat with them.

March 25, 1934: Germany quietly begins rearming.

March 31, 1934: The League of Nations meets to discuss the possibility of an embargo against the United States. Several nations threaten to exit the League if such a resolution is passed, and so the matter is dropped.
20  Presidential Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Election What-ifs? / Re: The Sons of Immigrants: The Hilliard Administration on: March 17, 2019, 04:24:38 pm
So, with my 2020 game finally hitting the primaries, I've been busier recently on other sections of this forum. As a result, my updates from here on will be much more concise, and cover longer spans of time. When the game is over, I might revert back to the style in which I've been composing this narrative so far, but until then, I must regrettably summarize somewhat.
21  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 16, 2019, 10:58:59 pm
Hey DatGOTTho, since I kind of don't have as much time anymore to post much as a media person, since Hickenlooper was a Former Candidate, can I endorse someone? Sorry for being inactive.


Go right ahead.
22  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 16, 2019, 10:38:44 pm
So, I've been putting together a Wikipedia page for this election game, if anyone's interested. It's still in the early stages (no timeline or endorsements), but it is a nice, organized way to keep track of the candidates and goings on.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Psychotic_Cabbage/sandbox

(First article [others are either timelines or just random stuff I cobbled together])

I absolutely love it!

Thanks. I figured it would be nice touch.
23  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 16, 2019, 10:32:20 pm
So, I've been putting together a Wikipedia page for this election game, if anyone's interested. It's still in the early stages (no timeline or endorsements), but it is a nice, organized way to keep track of the candidates and goings on.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Psychotic_Cabbage/sandbox

(First article [others are either timelines or just random stuff I cobbled together])
24  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: The Great 2020 Free-For-All (Gameplay Thread) on: March 16, 2019, 08:44:23 pm
Forgot to post the one following IA earlier, but here are President Romney's responses to the GOP candidates' victories so far.

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25  Forum Community / Election and History Games / Re: Great 2020 Free-For-All: Endorsement Thread For Those With Misbehaving PMs on: March 16, 2019, 08:22:02 pm
Can someone remind me when the next turn is due? I know the last one just wrapped up, but I can't remember when the next is.

Schedule through Nevada (Feb. 22) is due on Wednesday.
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