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« Reply #2500 on: February 05, 2010, 01:28:31 am »

This one is hard to guess, but quite interesting.



I'll give hints if someone asks.

So give a hint Wink
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« Reply #2501 on: February 05, 2010, 01:53:14 am »

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« Reply #2502 on: February 05, 2010, 10:09:20 am »


Hint #1 : Colors don't represent parties, but have to do with politics. More specifically to a determined political institution (Senators, Reps, Governors or State legislatures...).

No idea ?
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« Reply #2503 on: February 05, 2010, 04:44:36 pm »


Hint: Sports-Related.
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« Reply #2504 on: February 06, 2010, 04:33:25 pm »


The Republicans choose to endorse an independent candidate instead of running their own?

It's the 1992 election with George Bush take off the ticket and Perrot tied with Bill Clinton with the popular vote.
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« Reply #2505 on: February 07, 2010, 10:16:26 am »

Nobody interested to this one ?


Hint #1 : Colors don't represent parties, but have to do with politics. More specifically to a determined political institution (Senators, Reps, Governors or State legislatures...).

No idea ?
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« Reply #2506 on: February 07, 2010, 03:09:47 pm »

Nobody interested to this one ?


Hint #1 : Colors don't represent parties, but have to do with politics. More specifically to a determined political institution (Senators, Reps, Governors or State legislatures...).

No idea ?

I'm really stumped. Smiley
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« Reply #2507 on: February 07, 2010, 05:42:41 pm »

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« Reply #2508 on: February 08, 2010, 01:38:30 am »

Nobody interested to this one ?


Hint #1 : Colors don't represent parties, but have to do with politics. More specifically to a determined political institution (Senators, Reps, Governors or State legislatures...).

No idea ?

I'm really stumped. Smiley

The fact I put the number of electoral vote on the map does make some sense ; however, they don't reflect exactly the number I wanted to represent...
Still no idea ? Wink
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« Reply #2509 on: February 09, 2010, 06:58:09 pm »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?
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« Reply #2510 on: February 09, 2010, 06:59:28 pm »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?

That sounds good, but Georgia has only had three Republican Governors! Smiley
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« Reply #2511 on: February 09, 2010, 07:00:32 pm »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?

That sounds good, but Georgia has only had three Republican Governors! Smiley
Yeah, right after I posted, I remembered that Perdue was the first GOP Governor since the Civil War. Wink

Could it be what was suggested above, but with Senators, not Governors?
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« Reply #2512 on: February 09, 2010, 07:02:44 pm »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?

That sounds good, but Georgia has only had three Republican Governors! Smiley
Yeah, right after I posted, I remembered that Perdue was the first GOP Governor since the Civil War. Wink

Could it be what was suggested above, but with Senators, not Governors?

Nope. Georgia has only had four Republican Senators. Smiley
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« Reply #2513 on: February 09, 2010, 07:04:50 pm »


The Republicans choose to endorse an independent candidate instead of running their own?

It's the 1992 election with George Bush take off the ticket and Perrot tied with Bill Clinton with the popular vote.

I thought so, especially with how VA, NC and SC stand out.
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« Reply #2514 on: February 10, 2010, 08:23:42 am »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?

That sounds good, but Georgia has only had three Republican Governors! Smiley
Yeah, right after I posted, I remembered that Perdue was the first GOP Governor since the Civil War. Wink

Could it be what was suggested above, but with Senators, not Governors?

Nope. Georgia has only had four Republican Senators. Smiley

Unfortunately you didn't get it. Wink It represents neither Governors or Senators, but instead Representatives. Also, colors don't represent political parties.

Hint #3 : The year of this map is 2003.

I'll give a last hint if you still don't get it, but I think you're able to find it now. Wink
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« Reply #2515 on: February 10, 2010, 10:26:30 pm »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?

That sounds good, but Georgia has only had three Republican Governors! Smiley
Yeah, right after I posted, I remembered that Perdue was the first GOP Governor since the Civil War. Wink

Could it be what was suggested above, but with Senators, not Governors?

Nope. Georgia has only had four Republican Senators. Smiley

Unfortunately you didn't get it. Wink It represents neither Governors or Senators, but instead Representatives. Also, colors don't represent political parties.

Hint #3 : The year of this map is 2003.

I'll give a last hint if you still don't get it, but I think you're able to find it now. Wink

Authorization of the War in Iraq?
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« Reply #2516 on: February 11, 2010, 01:47:43 am »

Can we have another hint?

A wild guess though: Like, for example since California is dark blue, a heavy majority of their Governors have been Republican. In Idaho, a slight majority has been Democrat, making it a pink color. Am I even close?

That sounds good, but Georgia has only had three Republican Governors! Smiley
Yeah, right after I posted, I remembered that Perdue was the first GOP Governor since the Civil War. Wink

Could it be what was suggested above, but with Senators, not Governors?

Nope. Georgia has only had four Republican Senators. Smiley

Unfortunately you didn't get it. Wink It represents neither Governors or Senators, but instead Representatives. Also, colors don't represent political parties.

Hint #3 : The year of this map is 2003.

I'll give a last hint if you still don't get it, but I think you're able to find it now. Wink

Authorization of the War in Iraq?

Nope, you still don't get it. Wink

Ok, I guess I'll make it easier.
Blue States can be considered as "lucky", red States as "unlucky". The darker a State is, the more lucky/unlucky it is. Have a look to North Carolina and Utah in particular : at the time, they were particularly famous for being respectively the luckiest and the unluckiest.
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« Reply #2517 on: February 11, 2010, 09:04:53 am »


Repubs barely hold onto Montana, barely hold onto Indiana barely Missouri, LOSE North Carolina, but pick up New Hampshire, ME-AL, ME-02, and ME-01, which includes Portland?
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« Reply #2518 on: February 11, 2010, 09:10:09 am »


Repubs barely hold onto Montana, barely hold onto Indiana barely Missouri, LOSE North Carolina, but pick up New Hampshire, ME-AL, ME-02, and ME-01, which includes Portland?

Yea, that is Romney appealing to moderates

Roll Eyes

You've got a lot to learn here, my friend. Welcome to the forum.

Atleast explain how he still loses North Carolina and barely holds Indiana?
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« Reply #2519 on: February 11, 2010, 09:14:10 am »


Repubs barely hold onto Montana, barely hold onto Indiana barely Missouri, LOSE North Carolina, but pick up New Hampshire, ME-AL, ME-02, and ME-01, which includes Portland?

Yea, that is Romney appealing to moderates

Roll Eyes

You've got a lot to learn here, my friend. Welcome to the forum.

Atleast explain how he still loses North Carolina and barely holds Indiana?

Gosh, this is so simple

Black turnout in NC. Indiana? BNot much blacks
What about Georgia and Missouri? Or did Romney appeal to more moderates there? Roll Eyes
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« Reply #2520 on: February 11, 2010, 09:18:23 am »


Repubs barely hold onto Montana, barely hold onto Indiana barely Missouri, LOSE North Carolina, but pick up New Hampshire, ME-AL, ME-02, and ME-01, which includes Portland?

Yea, that is Romney appealing to moderates

Roll Eyes

You've got a lot to learn here, my friend. Welcome to the forum.

Atleast explain how he still loses North Carolina and barely holds Indiana?

Gosh, this is so simple

Black turnout in NC. Indiana? BNot much blacks
What about Georgia and Missouri? Or did Romney appeal to more moderates there? Roll Eyes

Holy Mother.
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« Reply #2521 on: February 11, 2010, 02:00:53 pm »


Repubs barely hold onto Montana, barely hold onto Indiana barely Missouri, LOSE North Carolina, but pick up New Hampshire, ME-AL, ME-02, and ME-01, which includes Portland?

Yea, that is Romney appealing to moderates

Roll Eyes

You've got a lot to learn here, my friend. Welcome to the forum.

Atleast explain how he still loses North Carolina and barely holds Indiana?

Gosh, this is so simple

Black turnout in NC. Indiana? BNot much blacks
What about Georgia and Missouri? Or did Romney appeal to more moderates there? Roll Eyes

Or how about f***in Minnesota? How the hell does a Republican candidate these days lose Ohio, lose Virginia, lose North Carolina but pick up Minnesota? Please enlighten us.
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« Reply #2522 on: February 11, 2010, 02:03:51 pm »


Repubs barely hold onto Montana, barely hold onto Indiana barely Missouri, LOSE North Carolina, but pick up New Hampshire, ME-AL, ME-02, and ME-01, which includes Portland?

Yea, that is Romney appealing to moderates

Roll Eyes

You've got a lot to learn here, my friend. Welcome to the forum.

Atleast explain how he still loses North Carolina and barely holds Indiana?

Gosh, this is so simple

Black turnout in NC. Indiana? BNot much blacks
What about Georgia and Missouri? Or did Romney appeal to more moderates there? Roll Eyes

Or how about f***in Minnesota? How the hell does a Republican candidate these days lose Ohio, lose Virginia, lose North Carolina but pick up Minnesota? Please enlighten us.

Yeah, really funny map. Tongue
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« Reply #2523 on: February 11, 2010, 02:10:01 pm »

By the way, Inhofe in 2012. You know what? AT least I support a candidate who can win, not some crazy dude like you. Inhofe is nothing in compare to Romney.
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« Reply #2524 on: February 11, 2010, 04:14:42 pm »

Anyone?
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