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« Reply #2350 on: December 13, 2010, 07:46:08 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%

What a cool place America would be if that happened.
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« Reply #2351 on: December 14, 2010, 02:29:17 am »
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Barack Obama/Bill Richardson: 515 Electoral Votes, 63.5% PV
John McCain/Eric Cantor: 23 Electoral Votes, 36.5% PV
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« Reply #2352 on: December 19, 2010, 11:24:11 pm »
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2000:
I played as McCain and picked Engler as my running mate, Gore focused most of his efforts in the south while I spent most mine in the Midwest. the debates ended up 1-1-1 and neither one could really gain much over the other in the polls. on election day the undecided broke mostly for Gore, which sadly swung a few states I was leading in, such as KY and MO to go Gore. I won the EC he won the PV.



McCain/ Engler: PV - 48.4%; EV - 295
Gore/Lieberman: PV - 48.7%; EV - 243
Nader/LaDuke: PV - 2.9%
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« Reply #2353 on: December 22, 2010, 10:51:14 am »
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I played as McCain and picked Engler as my running mate, Gore focused most of his efforts in the south while I spent most mine in the Midwest. the debates ended up 1-1-1 and neither one could really gain much over the other in the polls. on election day the undecided broke mostly for Gore, which sadly swung a few states I was leading in, such as KY and MO to go Gore. I won the EC he won the PV.



McCain/ Engler: PV - 48.4%; EV - 295
Gore/Lieberman: PV - 48.7%; EV - 243
Nader/LaDuke: PV - 2.9%

It's weird how Gore always seems to lose the EC even when winning the PV narrowly. The worst I ever saw was Gore-McCain playing out as 49.3-46.8 and 254-284.
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« Reply #2354 on: December 29, 2010, 03:35:33 pm »
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1984: Lowell Weicker/Bob Dole vs Walt Mondale/Dale Bumpers

I won 60.5% - 39.5%

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« Reply #2355 on: January 09, 2011, 05:14:29 pm »
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1988: Robertson vs Jackson vs Paul (me) vs Fulani
I was able to come in 2nd place in 4 or 5 states, Broke 30% in 3 states, and won CA with 34%




Robertson 45%
Jackson 39%
Paul 13%
Fulani 2%
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« Reply #2356 on: January 09, 2011, 07:08:51 pm »
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Went through primaries, eventually Clinton endorsed me and put me over the top, Obama refused to drop out or accept the VP slot until July, even though I wrapped up the nomination after the West Virgina primary.

So it was McCain/Pawlenty vs Polnut/Obama....


McCain really couldn't catch a break...





There were about 5 states that were decided by less than 1% - I think the last minute nation-wide network TV ad I did on my leadership pushed them over... all except, AZ, which McCain held onto by less than 500 votes.

Polnut/Obama - 450 EV - 59.8%
McCain/Pawlenty - 88 EV - 40.2%

Best state (outside of DC): CT 80.2-19.8% (LOL!!!)

Worst state: UT 40.5-59.5%
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« Reply #2357 on: January 14, 2011, 01:23:52 am »
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Henry M. Jackson (D-WA)/Lloyd Bentsen (D-TX): 453 EV's, 55.7% PV
Gerald M. Ford (R-MI)/Robert Dole (R-KS): 85 EV's, 44.3% PV
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« Reply #2358 on: January 21, 2011, 02:14:42 am »
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1960: aka Death of the Bell Wethers



Lyndon Johnson (D-TX)/Abraham Ribicoff (D-CT): 356 EV, 53.3% PV
Barry Goldwater (R-AZ)/Everett Dirksen (R-IL) 181 EV, 46.7% PV

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« Reply #2359 on: January 22, 2011, 04:33:16 pm »
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Does anyone have the 1968 scenario? The site that has the download is down so i can't download it. Send me a Pm if anyone has it thanks.
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« Reply #2360 on: January 25, 2011, 03:19:17 am »
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Gerald Ford/Ronald Reagan: 538 EV's, 63% PV
Jimmy Carter/Jerry Brown: 0 EV's, 37% PV
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« Reply #2361 on: January 30, 2011, 11:24:40 pm »
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« Reply #2362 on: February 03, 2011, 11:30:24 am »
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« Reply #2363 on: February 09, 2011, 03:59:16 pm »
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^^

Though I'm guessing it's since the indepdent really took the votes from Obama in like a 5-1 margin
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« Reply #2364 on: February 09, 2011, 07:58:18 pm »
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« Reply #2365 on: February 17, 2011, 08:19:20 pm »
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I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.
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« Reply #2366 on: February 17, 2011, 08:26:33 pm »
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I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.
A great game Smiley Consider waiting, the 2012 version should be coming out very soon. That's what I'm waiting on.
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« Reply #2367 on: February 17, 2011, 09:03:39 pm »
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I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.
A great game Smiley Consider waiting, the 2012 version should be coming out very soon. That's what I'm waiting on.

I will definatly get that. The mods look epic. 1968 especially.
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« Reply #2368 on: March 02, 2011, 08:39:20 pm »
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I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.

Don't get too excited Tongue I remember in the older versions of P4E+P, really minor candidates (Gravel, Kucinich, and Paul, mostly, though I saw it happen with Hunter once too) would somehow insanely over-perform in the primaries. 
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« Reply #2369 on: March 04, 2011, 09:39:27 pm »
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I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.

Don't get too excited Tongue I remember in the older versions of P4E+P, really minor candidates (Gravel, Kucinich, and Paul, mostly, though I saw it happen with Hunter once too) would somehow insanely over-perform in the primaries. 

I've seen Hunter and Dodd win randomly, other wise, nothing to bad.
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« Reply #2370 on: March 23, 2011, 06:27:23 pm »
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An awkward one... during set up, I forgot to not close the Independent.... which is me also.

So the contest was

D: Polnut/Richardson
R: McCain/Palin
L: Barr/Eh... I don't care
I: Polnut/Hagel

So end result....



Polnut/Richardson - 448 EV - 50.3%
McCain/Palin - 90 EV - 37.8%
"Libertarians" - 0 EV - 0.5%
Polnut/Hagel - 0 EV - 11.4%
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« Reply #2371 on: April 03, 2011, 12:41:46 am »
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Clinton/Gore- 322, 41.6%
Forbes/Kemp- 216, 41.2%
Perot/Choate- 16.2%
Nader- 0.3 %

I played as Perot, struggled the whole campaign to get up to 8%, but somehow I got 16%. Must have a hell of a glitch. Clinton won by 3,000 votes in California, it took the whole night to declare a winner. My best state was Montana where I got 31%, and almost beat Clinton.
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« Reply #2372 on: April 08, 2011, 11:15:49 pm »
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(Sorry I used the 2012 map for this)I did a run through of my created "United States - 1800 Election" to see if there's anything I need to change. North Carolina was the tipping point, Adams won it with 50.3% to Jefferson's 49.7%.


(Federalist)-John Adams,MA/Charles Pinckney,SC: 79EV, 48.1%
(Democratic Republican)-Thomas Jefferson,VA/Aaron Burr,NY: 59EV, 51.9%
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« Reply #2373 on: April 10, 2011, 09:24:23 pm »
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2004:



Rep: Bush/Cheney; 275 EV's, 48.3% of PV
Dem: Wesley Clark/Bill Richardson; 263 EV's, 49.2% of PV
Ind: Nader/Camejo; 0 EV's, 2.5%

I played as Wesley Clark in a 2004 scenario.  I hammered Bush on foreign policy, but he won the economy.  On the day before the election I was ahead 52-45 nationwide.  Internal polls had me uo 53-43 in California.  I was the heavy favorite going into election night, and as results poured in it looked more and more likley that I would win a big victory.  Alas, Bush won California by a mere 217 votes!!!  I was disapointed and amazed, to say the very least.
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« Reply #2374 on: April 11, 2011, 12:06:42 pm »
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Here are results from a scenario I created, based on the latest reset of Virtual Politics. Bonilla and Palin hammered each other, with Palin at the beginning leading big. The race tightened and by the end, Bonilla had unleashed waves of scandals on Palin, further tightening the race. The election eventually came down to either Minnesota or Mississippi, with Mississippi being won by Bonilla by 49.8% to Palin's 49.7%.


(Democratic)-Gov. Basilio Bonilla,PA/Rep. Michael Holmes,TX: 270 EV, 47.9%
(Republican)-VP. Emma Palin,CA/Rep. Rick Andora,FL: 268 EV, 49.9%
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