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« Reply #1750 on: July 20, 2009, 11:06:07 am »

I ran as Romney in 2012.

Romney/Allen: 53.6% 398 Electoral Votes
Warner/Richardson: 46.4% 140 Electoral Votes



Closest States: Tennessee, California, Minnesota, New Jersey

lol at Tennessee just randomly going red.
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« Reply #1751 on: July 20, 2009, 12:31:26 pm »

Here are some more elections




John Edwards (NC) / Barack Obama (IL) : 333 (37%)
John McCain (AZ) / Mitt Romney (MA) : 134 (30%)
David Coppersmith (NC) / Sarah Palin (AK) : 71 (33%)

I ran myself as a Constitution Party member, and created a file for Palin as a VP pick in the Constitution party.

McCain led Edwards big after winning  the nomination. But During the primaries I dug into deep GOP States and gained ground. I made a couple of ADs, spun alot scandels on McCain, and spent myself into debt while campaigning in Wyoming.

The only states I was sure I'd carry were Wyoming and Florida, but I carried a few more.

My Best states :

Wyoming : 43.87%
Florida : 38.98%
Kentucky : 39.93%
Oklahoma : 39.23%
Arkansas : 36.34%
Missouri : 37.55%
Colorado : 37.02% (Won by less than 100 votes, beat Obama here)

Texas : 38.88%

Worst states :

Idaho : 12.56%
Utah : 21.96%


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And here's a re-match version : (Just finished this one today!)



David Coppersmith (NC) / Sarah Palin (AK) : 38% (199 EVs)

Barack Obama (IL) / Bill Richardson (NM) : 31% (196 EVs)
Mitt Romney (MA) / Fred Thompson (TN) : 31% (143 EVs)

Unfortunately Obama won through the congress.
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« Reply #1752 on: July 20, 2009, 03:27:07 pm »
« Edited: July 20, 2009, 03:29:05 pm by Reelect In 2012 »

Just spacebar'd through 2012 as Badnarik and Obama got Gore'd.



President Obama - 264 EVs and 43.4% PV
Governor Huckabee - 274 EVs and 41.1% PV
Congressman Paul (Libertarian) - 12.3% PV
Michael Badnarik (Me) - 3.2% PV

The election came down to Oklahoma, Oregon or Pennsylvania and BTW Huckabee had -10.1 momentum on election day Squinting
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« Reply #1753 on: July 20, 2009, 04:19:24 pm »

Conservative third party fails to stop Moderate  Victory!



John McCain (AZ) / Joe Lieberman (CT) : 285 (49%)

David Coppersmith (NC) / Mike Huckabee (AR) : 130 ( 30%)
Barack Obama (IL) / Chuck Hagel (NE) :123 (21%)

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« Reply #1754 on: July 20, 2009, 05:20:22 pm »

Conservative third party fails to stop Moderate  Victory!



John McCain (AZ) / Joe Lieberman (CT) : 285 (49%)

David Coppersmith (NC) / Mike Huckabee (AR) : 130 ( 30%)
Barack Obama (IL) / Chuck Hagel (NE) :123 (21%)



How do you make your own scenario like that?
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« Reply #1755 on: July 20, 2009, 05:24:31 pm »

Conservative third party fails to stop Moderate  Victory!



John McCain (AZ) / Joe Lieberman (CT) : 285 (49%)

David Coppersmith (NC) / Mike Huckabee (AR) : 130 ( 30%)
Barack Obama (IL) / Chuck Hagel (NE) :123 (21%)



How do you make your own scenario like that?

I just make my guy a third party candidate.
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« Reply #1756 on: July 21, 2009, 10:17:15 am »

Ran McCain as the Democratic Candidate and Obama as the Republican to see what would happen.



(D)-John McCain/Russ Feingold: 488 EV 57.9%
(R)-Barack Obama/Sarah Palin: 50 EV 41.6%
Other: 0 EV 0.5%
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« Reply #1757 on: July 21, 2009, 10:33:30 am »

Ran McCain as the Democratic Candidate and Obama as the Republican to see what would happen.



(D)-John McCain/Russ Feingold: 488 EV 57.9%
(R)-Barack Obama/Sarah Palin: 50 EV 41.6%
Other: 0 EV 0.5%

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« Reply #1758 on: July 21, 2009, 04:25:01 pm »

2008 with historical candidates



Kennedy/Johnson - 421 EVs/39.2%
Roosevelt/Fairbanks - 78 EVs/27.5%
Washington/Adams - 39 EVs/18.5%
Jefferson/Burr - 8.4%
Tyler/Harrison - 6.4%
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« Reply #1759 on: July 23, 2009, 04:51:30 pm »
« Edited: July 23, 2009, 05:00:48 pm by Senator Tmthforu94 »

I ran as Cuomo in 1992, with no Perot. I've been trailing the entire campaign, but it has closed from 6 points to 3.

Map on Election Day:


Cuomo WinsFinal Results:
Cuomo/Richards: 49.1%
Bush/Qualye: 50.9%

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« Reply #1760 on: July 23, 2009, 11:47:39 pm »

Ran a modified "Atlas Forever 2008" as Badnarik to see what would happen.



(R)Brett Valmont/Jeb Bush: 380 EV 46%
(D)Jesse Wedewer/Wesley Clark: 158 EV 42.6%
(SL)Evan Gutierrez/Bernard Sanders: 0 EV 5.4%
(I)Connor Flynn/Lincoln Chafee: 0 EV 5.1%
(Li)Michael Badnarik/Lance Brown: 0 EV 0.8%
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« Reply #1761 on: July 24, 2009, 12:49:47 pm »

UK Presidential election, 2010 scenario

This is a scenario from the P4E site which is set in the UK and it consists of the queen suddenly dying and a republic being established so that the countries first even presidential election is required. Like in the United States, the president is elected by an electoral college made up of electors, who are chosen by the votes of the people. The country is split into 25 areas and each area is assigned an amount of electors, proportional to that areas population. The candidate to obtain 183 electoral votes, a majority, is elected the President of the United Kingdom.

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Candidates are listed with their party in brackets followed by the latest area that the candidate has represented, be it a council ward, parlimentary constituency or European constituency. If the candidate has never held an elected position, only the party is listed.

Tony Blair MP (Labour-Sedgefield)/Jack Straw MP (Labour-Blackburn) - 222 electoral votes and 36.0% of the popular vote
Michael Howard MP (Conservative-Folkestone & Hythe)/David Davis MP (Conservative-Haltemprice & Howden) - 91 electoral votes and 29.2% of the popular vote
Paddy Ashdown MP (Liberal Democrat-Yeovil)/Brian Paddick (Liberal Democrat) - 49 electoral votes and 18.5% of the popular vote
Nick Griffin MEP (BNP-North West)/Mark Collett (BNP) - 4.9% of the popular vote
Nigel Farage MEP (UKIP-South East)/Mike Nattrass MEP (UKIP-West Midlands) - 4.8% of the popular vote
Siān Berry (Green)/Jenny Jones (Green-London) - 4.2% of the popular vote
George Galloway (Respect-Bethnal Green and Bow)/Salma Yaqoob (Respect-Sparkbrook, Birmingham City) - 2.4% of the popular vote
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« Reply #1762 on: July 25, 2009, 07:13:03 pm »

Not exactly sure what happened, as the Democrats usually make a good comeback after having finished in the primaries. Anyway, Bush almost loses the electoral vote, thanks to a narrow victory in Idaho for Perot, and a 300 vote win for Bush in Alaska

Idaho
Cuomo: 106,637 22.8%
Bush: 180,447 38.6%
Perot: 180,831 38.6%

Alaska
Cuomo: 60,260 23.2%
Bush: 99,623 38.4%
Perot: 99,363 38.3%



George H. W. Bush (R-TX)/George V. Voinovich (R-OH) 41,636,115 38.2%/271 Electoral
Mario Cuomo (D-NY)/Bill Clinton (D-AK) 38,930,041 35.7%/235 Electoral
Ross Perot (I-TX)/Pat Choate (I-TX) 28,533,028 26.2%/32 Electoral


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« Reply #1763 on: July 26, 2009, 05:22:26 pm »

If anyone asks, I'll explain what happened.



Ralph Nader (Green) 38,001,047 35.2%/302 Electoral
Al Gore (Democratic) 35,747,553 33.1%/126 Electoral
George W. Bush (Republican) 34,088,095/110 Electoral
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« Reply #1764 on: July 26, 2009, 05:29:12 pm »

What happened?
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« Reply #1765 on: July 26, 2009, 05:31:26 pm »

Either the game malfunctioned, or you rigged it for Nader to win (Increasing funding, raising PIP's, raising state %'s).
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« Reply #1766 on: July 26, 2009, 07:30:03 pm »

2008

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Red - Barack Obama
Blue - Hillary Clinton

Republican primaries
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Blue - Mike Huckabee
Red - Rudy Giuliani
Green - Mitt Romney
Yellow - Newt Gingrich
Orange - John McCain
Lime Green - George Allen (Missouri and Louisiana)
Grey - Fred Thompson
White - Governor Huckabee wins by default due to other the candidate's withdrawal.




Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) - 472 electoral votes and 61,275,483 (51.8%) popular votes
Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AK)/Former Senator Bill Frist (R-TN) - 66 electoral votes and 44,071,587 (37.3%) popular votes
Others (Badnarik, Peroutka) - 12,942,287 (11.0%) popular votes
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« Reply #1767 on: July 26, 2009, 09:11:08 pm »

Either the game malfunctioned, or you rigged it for Nader to win (Increasing funding, raising PIP's, raising state %'s).
I raised Nader's funds from about $100,000 to a $1,000,000, nothing else. I hadn't even planned for that result. My strategy was to quickly beef up my campaign organization, after which I would begin campaigning in New England, being Nader's strongest showing in the actual election. However, the crusaders and footsoldiers gave me a steady flow of momentum, and then came lots, and I mean LOTS, of interviews, to the point that they were coming each day. Started to rise in the polls, and the money allowed me to run the occasional add, possibly once every 8 weeks. After I began to poll really well in New England, I started to give attention to the West Coast and the Midwest. In the end though, it was the mudslinging between Bush and Gore that allowed me to win. Both consitently were at negative momentum, that only allowed me to keep peeling away at their voters. The West was unexpected, and only came into play due to the massive amount of undecided people there. Footsoldiers were crucial in carrying some of the close states like Indiana and Pennslyvania, but the failed me in New York.
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« Reply #1768 on: July 27, 2009, 07:08:04 pm »
« Edited: July 27, 2009, 07:10:56 pm by Lahbas »

A deadlocked convention for the Democratic Party between Cuomo and Clinton harmed their chances in the election, especially when Clinton had won the popular vote in the primaries. Clinton had also been ahead in the delegate count, but Gephardt's delegates trended strongly for Cuomo, giving him the nomination. Depending on fundraising rather than goverment funds, I was able to keep going after Cuomo's campaign ran out of funds. A massive amount of scandals thrown out by Cuomo and Perot almost derailed my campaign, but a large last minute ad campaign was enough to negate the effects, and then gave me a small momentum boost going into election day. Footsoldiers were able to capture state that were polling Democratic, like New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Massachusetts.



George H. W. Bush (R-TX)/Jack Kemp (R-NY) 46,573,797 42.3%/531 Electoral
Ross Perot (I-TX)/James Stockdale (I-IL) 26,773,199 24.3%/4 Electoral
Mario Cuomo (D-NY)/Max Baucus  (D-MT) 36,749,868 33.4%/3 Electoral
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« Reply #1769 on: July 27, 2009, 09:32:02 pm »
« Edited: July 28, 2009, 12:42:06 pm by Lt. Governor Barnes »

Al Gore/John Kerry v. Dan Quayle/Dick Cheney v. Nader/LaDuke v. Buchanan/Foster (me)

Polls stayed close between Gore and Quayle during the entire campaign, but Gore always had a lead of 2-3 points. Gore won the first and third debates, with the second as a draw, and Kerry won the VP debate. Come election day, Gore pulled off a comfortable victory over Quayle, 
receiving only 16 fewer electoral votes than Clinton in 1996.



Gore/Kerry-54,900,445 (50.9%) & 363 electoral votes
Quayle/Cheney-49,186,098 (45.6%) & 175 electoral votes
Nader/La Duke-3,093,003 (2.9%)
Buchanan/Foster-633,994 (0.6%)

Strangely, Quayle carried Indianan 51 % to 48%! Most of the south was very close. I was very happy with Georgia only going to Quayle by five points! It was neck and neck for most of the night, and Gore lead there many times! Smiley
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« Reply #1770 on: July 27, 2009, 09:47:00 pm »
« Edited: July 27, 2009, 09:49:55 pm by Lahbas »

This should make your head spin. I played as John Connally in 1980, and managed to defeat Ronald Reagan for the nomination; however, he refused to drop out, which resulted in me being 20 points behind Carter in the general election. Running ads against Carter's Leadership, as well as concentrating on winning the endorsements brought me from being competitive only in Texas, to being on par with Carter. However, once I ran out of money, and the footsoldiers disbanded, Carter once again gained a 4 point lead. A last minute advertizing blitz was made, but at that point I though I was still going to lose, as I was now down by 6. The results suprised me.



There were still about 11% undecided by election day, which apparently went my way after my last hurrah. All of the Light-Colored States were within 2%

John Connally (R-TX)/Jack Kemp (R-NY) 41,958,366 51.5%/368 Electoral
Jimmy Carter (D-GA)/Dale Bumpers (D-AK) 39,456,564 48.5%/170 Electoral
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« Reply #1771 on: July 28, 2009, 02:25:48 pm »

Played as Steve Forbes in the 2000 scenario. Using his warchest almost entirely in ads, I was able to become the frontrunner over both McCain and Bush. They were both reluctent to leave, however, and did not until the primaries were over. I had collected enough fund to remain with fundraising, and was already 10 points ahead in the polls of Gore when the general election started, and that never lessened. A Three-Day ad campaign in the last days, combined with three scandals being released on Gore destroyed any remaining chance he had.

Nader did have a bright spot though. Somehow, either the game glitched, or he managed to kick me and Gore off the ballot in New Mexico. Anyway, all the attempts I made to regain traction in that state failed. Here are the results.

New Mexico
Nader 673,511 95.9%
Gore 28,659 4.1%
Forbes 0 0%



All the light colored states were won within 2% of the runnerup.

Steve Forbes (R-NY)/John Engler (R-MI) 62,282,255 57.7%/515 Electoral
Al Gore (D-TN)/Joe Lieberman (D-CT) 41,090,480 38.1%/18 Electoral
Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Winona LaDuke (G-WN) 4,536,384 4.2%/5 Electoral
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« Reply #1772 on: July 28, 2009, 02:28:02 pm »

Weird glitch. Huh
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« Reply #1773 on: July 28, 2009, 03:53:07 pm »

Played as John Edwards in 2004, starting in the general election. Use of footsoldiers and endorsements allowed me to crawl ahead in the polls. What really gave me my victory was a massive media blitz in the last three days going into election day.



Light Colored States are within 2% of the runnerup.

John Edwards (D-NC)/John Kerry (D-MA) 55,940,103 55.9%/422 Electoral
George W. Bush (R-TX)/Dick Cheney (R-WY) 44,135,480 44.1%/116 Electoral
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« Reply #1774 on: July 28, 2009, 06:11:42 pm »

2008 (enhanced)

Democratic primaries
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Red - Senator Obama (D-IL)
Blue - Senator Clinton (D-NY)
Orange/Brown - Governor Vilsack (D-IA)
White - Senator Obama wins by default due to other candidates withdrawal and Senator Clinton become Obama's running mate


Republican primaries
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Yellow - Representive Paul (R-TX)
Blue - Senator McCain (R-AZ)
Red - Governor Huckabee (R-AR)
Orange - Senator Thompson (R-TN)
Green - Mayor Giuliani (R-NY)


General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) - 403 electoral votes and 70,814,793 (54.3%) popular votes
Representative Ron Paul (R-TX)/Former Governor Mitt Romney (D-MA) - 135 electoral votes and 51,458,984 (39.5%) popular votes
Others (Ruwart, Baldwin) - 8,123,010 (6.3%) popular votes
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