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« Reply #2325 on: November 10, 2010, 04:30:47 pm »
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1960: I played as Kennedy. I won 340 - 169



I had a healthy lead for the last half if the game leading about 46%-40%-.8% Nixon ended up winning most the undecideds on election night and came close to sweeping the south, luckily I held on to the deep south. Nixon won big in the plains states and the mountain west. 
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« Reply #2326 on: November 12, 2010, 03:59:46 pm »
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1860: I played as Sam Houston



Sewerd (R): PV - 30%; EV - 131
Houston (CU): PV - 35%; EV - 114
Breckenridge (SD): PV - 22%; EV - 56
Douglas (D) - PV - 13%
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« Reply #2327 on: November 13, 2010, 10:30:37 am »
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1860: I played as Sam Houston



Sewerd (R): PV - 30%; EV - 131
Houston (CU): PV - 35%; EV - 114
Breckenridge (SD): PV - 22%; EV - 56
Douglas (D) - PV - 13%

This a scenario for the 2008 version? Where can I get it? Smiley
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« Reply #2328 on: November 14, 2010, 01:45:56 am »
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1860: I played as Sam Houston



Sewerd (R): PV - 30%; EV - 131
Houston (CU): PV - 35%; EV - 114
Breckenridge (SD): PV - 22%; EV - 56
Douglas (D) - PV - 13%

This a scenario for the 2008 version? Where can I get it? Smiley

The Theory sparks scenarios site
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« Reply #2329 on: November 14, 2010, 02:23:13 am »
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1860: I played as Sam Houston



Sewerd (R): PV - 30%; EV - 131
Houston (CU): PV - 35%; EV - 114
Breckenridge (SD): PV - 22%; EV - 56
Douglas (D) - PV - 13%

The scenario is very flawed. If you have Campaigns Forever you can edit it, but the author needs to re-edit the scenario.
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« Reply #2330 on: November 14, 2010, 10:06:51 pm »
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My running in 2008 as an Independent, even though my weighted positions were 3.0 to Obama's 2.8 - I seemed to do more damage to McCain early on, and eventually started to take voters from both sides... please note I gave myself a LOT of money.



Obama/Biden - 322EV - 39.4% (Best state (not DC) - MA, 63.4%/ Worst state - WY, 20.7%)
McCain/Palin - 216EV - 37.6% (Best state - AL, 55.4%/ Worst state - HI, 16%)
Polnut/Hagel - 0EV - 22.1% (Best state - CT/NH, 32.3% / Worst state (that I was on the ballot) - AL, 14%)
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« Reply #2331 on: November 16, 2010, 06:08:46 pm »
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An interesting little scenario involving Obama, Romney, and Bloomberg. Bloomberg proves to be a strong 3rd party challenger, despite not winning any states.


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« Reply #2332 on: November 19, 2010, 06:51:12 pm »
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I created a new 2004 scenario where Dean runs as Independent after losing in the primaries. Once I began to rise in the polls the Map became almost all blue for a while until Edwards imploded. I was slightly behind Bush until the west coast began reporting results where I finnaly overtook bush in the PV and EV but was still short of the 270. Then a last minute upset of Edwards in Oregon put me over the top.



Howard Dean/Matt Gonzalez (I/G): PV - 36.2%; EV 271
Bush/Cheney (R): PV - 33.6%; EV - 248
Edwards/Richardson (D): PV - 29%; EV - 19
Peroutka/??? (C): PV - 1.2%
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« Reply #2333 on: November 19, 2010, 08:21:40 pm »
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I created a new 2004 scenario where Dean runs as Independent after losing in the primaries. Once I began to rise in the polls the Map became almost all blue for a while until Edwards imploded. I was slightly behind Bush until the west coast began reporting results where I finnaly overtook bush in the PV and EV but was still short of the 270. Then a last minute upset of Edwards in Oregon put me over the top.



Howard Dean/Matt Gonzalez (I/G): PV - 36.2%; EV 271
Bush/Cheney (R): PV - 33.6%; EV - 248
Edwards/Richardson (D): PV - 29%; EV - 19
Peroutka/??? (C): PV - 1.2%

you seemed to have stolen a lot of Bush votes
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« Reply #2334 on: November 19, 2010, 10:43:54 pm »
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I created a new 2004 scenario where Dean runs as Independent after losing in the primaries. Once I began to rise in the polls the Map became almost all blue for a while until Edwards imploded. I was slightly behind Bush until the west coast began reporting results where I finnaly overtook bush in the PV and EV but was still short of the 270. Then a last minute upset of Edwards in Oregon put me over the top.



Howard Dean/Matt Gonzalez (I/G): PV - 36.2%; EV 271
Bush/Cheney (R): PV - 33.6%; EV - 248
Edwards/Richardson (D): PV - 29%; EV - 19
Peroutka/??? (C): PV - 1.2%

you seemed to have stolen a lot of Bush votes
Bush and Edwards both had Negative momentum pretty much the entire time during the general election so that helpes
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« Reply #2335 on: November 20, 2010, 08:03:29 pm »
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My worst P4ever results ever. 1984, I played as Jesse Jackson

(**WARNING** if you are a Democrat you may wish to look away)

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« Reply #2336 on: November 20, 2010, 08:10:55 pm »
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My worst P4ever results ever. 1984, I played as Jesse Jackson

(**WARNING** if you are a Democrat you may wish to look away)



If you lost D.C., you're the worst campaigner EVER.
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« Reply #2337 on: November 22, 2010, 07:08:16 pm »
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Best result ever as an independent Smiley

Obama and McCain got flogged through most of the campaign, I sailed through with positive momentum, while I still ran ads in every state, I focused on 11 states where I was behind by less than 25% at the start of the 4th week.
- NH
- ME
- VT
- CT
- CO
- NM
- VA
- FL
- WI
- CA
- TX

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This was a doozy, with the election not being called until 4:24am - when CA was called for Obama, which he won by roughly 30,000 votes.

Key state results
Texas -  McCain: 40.4% - Obama: 32.4% Polnut: 25.8%
Vermont - Polnut: 41.4% - Obama: 29.6% - McCain: 28.2%
Florida -  McCain: 36.4% - Polnut: 34.1% - Obama: 28%

Totals
Obama - 287 EV - 35.5%
McCain - 216 EV - 34.8%
Polnut -    35 EV - 28.4%

The only states I didn't get over 20%, were the states I wasn't on the ballot - MA, OK, NC, DC, AZ, HI and IN

I got over 30% in
FL, WI, NH, ME, CO, VT, NV, NM, VA, CT

...and over 40% in
VT, WI
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« Reply #2338 on: November 22, 2010, 10:44:13 pm »
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2008: I played as Gore

Some how Romney was able to choose himself as Veep so lets just say it was

Gore/Warner vs 2008 Romney/1994 Romney

I won 56%-42%, 394-144

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« Reply #2339 on: November 28, 2010, 12:53:52 pm »
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As part of my bizarre matchups spree:


Gael M. L'Hermine (D-ME)/Russ Feingold (D-WI) 75,229,465 (57.8%) and 465 EVs
Bristol Palin (R-AK)/Sarah Palin (R-AK) 54,888,867 (42.3%) and 73 EVs
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« Reply #2340 on: November 28, 2010, 10:28:29 pm »
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A fun space-barred election between Al Gore and Fred Thompson (2008).

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« Reply #2341 on: December 02, 2010, 10:06:10 am »
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Illinois?!?
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« Reply #2342 on: December 03, 2010, 12:22:20 am »
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Agreed, very hard to believe.

Also, I'm not sure what Tennessee, NC, and Missouri are doing going Dem while Virginia is deep red. Also, given that Gore couldn't carry his homestate in 2000, I doubt he could carry it in 2008 when the Republican opponent is ALSO a Tennessean.
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"The media is very susceptible to doing what the Obama campaign wants."

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« Reply #2343 on: December 03, 2010, 12:33:02 am »
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A fun space-barred election between Al Gore and Fred Thompson (2008).


How did you lose TN as Thompson??
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« Reply #2344 on: December 03, 2010, 01:59:47 pm »
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Bristol Palin/Christine O'Donnell 51,423,030 (51.1%) - 270EV
John Edwards/Evan Bayh 48,650,382 (48.3%) - 268EV
Nader 653,587 (0.6%) - 0EV
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« Reply #2345 on: December 05, 2010, 03:05:13 pm »
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2008:




Mitt Romney/Joseph Lieberman - 55.9%, 374 EV's

Hillary Clinton/Mark Warner - 44.1%, 164 EV's

Some interesting percentages, to say the least. It's almost realistic, minus percentages in the South.
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« Reply #2346 on: December 05, 2010, 03:08:42 pm »
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Massachusetts and Connecticut are what're most bizarre on that map.
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« Reply #2347 on: December 05, 2010, 03:11:05 pm »
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Massachusetts and Connecticut are what're most bizarre on that map.
Well, I got bonuses in both states since that's where the candidates were from. I also advertised and campaigned in both states, which was a help. I'm sure both MA and CT would have been closer in RL if McCain had done likewise, especially if Lieberman was his VP.
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« Reply #2348 on: December 10, 2010, 03:03:35 am »
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2008:




Mitt Romney/Joseph Lieberman - 55.9%, 374 EV's

Hillary Clinton/Mark Warner - 44.1%, 164 EV's

Some interesting percentages, to say the least. It's almost realistic, minus percentages in the South.
I bolded the parts that conflict with each other Tongue
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« Reply #2349 on: December 12, 2010, 12:58:14 pm »
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2012:
I created a scenario with Sanders running as an indie



Obama: PV - 43%; EV - 382
Romney: PV - 42%; EB- 156
Sanders: PV - 15%
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