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« Reply #2475 on: June 11, 2012, 11:15:38 pm »



Obama vs Santorum. I could see the results of this ending badly..
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« Reply #2476 on: June 13, 2012, 08:00:57 am »

Sometimes, this game boggles the mind.
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There is a lot of humor to be mined from this as the mind of LBJ in the body of an 18 month old baby girl is quite hilarious.

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« Reply #2477 on: June 13, 2012, 10:33:17 am »

yup onetime i was playing the modded 1984 race i was walter mondale and i was winning by a landslide attacking jesse helms, and out of nowhere Jesse Helms won Hawaii by 9 points
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« Reply #2478 on: June 14, 2012, 08:37:49 am »

yup onetime i was playing the modded 1984 race i was walter mondale and i was winning by a landslide attacking jesse helms, and out of nowhere Jesse Helms won Hawaii by 9 points

I was Clinton in '08 once and I had huge leads in all of the early states, but then suddenly Biden won IA, NV, and SC.
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« Reply #2479 on: June 14, 2012, 08:05:11 pm »

yup onetime i was playing the modded 1984 race i was walter mondale and i was winning by a landslide attacking jesse helms, and out of nowhere Jesse Helms won Hawaii by 9 points
I can't seem to find the 1984 mod with Helms. Do you know where I can get it?
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« Reply #2480 on: June 14, 2012, 09:51:05 pm »



Obama vs Santorum. I could see the results of this ending badly..

Wow! Four votes the difference, in a state that would change the winner! That's a recipe for disaster!
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« Reply #2481 on: June 16, 2012, 10:00:26 am »

yup onetime i was playing the modded 1984 race i was walter mondale and i was winning by a landslide attacking jesse helms, and out of nowhere Jesse Helms won Hawaii by 9 points
I can't seem to find the 1984 mod with Helms. Do you know where I can get it?
hmm i could send u my copy but ill need help cause i don't know how to do that but sure u need to eliminate several files but if i send u mine ul'l be ok
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« Reply #2482 on: June 16, 2012, 11:28:39 am »



Carter/Kennedy v Bush/Anderson
EV: 464 - 74
PV: 55.6 - 44.4

I was Kennedy in the primaries. Won Iowa and New Hampshire but lost Massachusetts and all went downhill from there. I lost by about 400 delegates. General was easy. Tightened in the middle and Bush came within 47/48 of Carter but my lead was never lost. Pulled ahead on election night to win a landslide.
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« Reply #2483 on: June 20, 2012, 01:59:09 am »



Romney win 50-45 2012

This was a reminder, Appalachia hates Obama Tongue
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« Reply #2484 on: June 21, 2012, 01:47:44 pm »

I turned Romney off and Christie on in the 2012 scenario (the one with Roemer, Palin, and Johnson) and played Huntsman. Cain won Iowa, Christie won NH (I placed second), Cain won SC, Christie won Florida and so forth. It was a Cain-Christie race up until the Mississipi primary. Then Gingrich surged, and Perry endorsed me. It became a three way race up until Newt suddenly dropped out and endorsed Cain. Then, the next turn, Christie dropped out and endorsed me. I won NY, PA, CT, and RI on momentum. I now lead Cain 818-725. More to come....
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« Reply #2485 on: June 22, 2012, 07:52:54 pm »

I don't get this game sometimes.



I played as Baldwin. I spacedbarred through the Republican and Democratic primaries.

2008 Wonk.
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« Reply #2486 on: June 23, 2012, 05:37:17 pm »

wow interesting
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« Reply #2487 on: June 23, 2012, 08:40:38 pm »

Played as Bill Richardson in the 2008 Wonk Scenario and came to the Democratic Convention with a three way tie between me obama and clinton. Clinton was eliminated and I won and choce McCaskill as my VP. Romney won the Republican nomination. As soon as I won the convention my total crashed down and I only lead in Massachuesets, Vermont, and California. However, a week into the GE I got a High Scandal on Romney and got one more later. I campaigned in larger state but noticed I for some confusing reason was getting high momentum in Montana and Wyoming. I managed to lose the EV but win the PV in a reallignment of the electoral college.


Romney/Brownback 49.3%
Richardson/McCaskill 51.7%


Strangest results I have ever recieved.........
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« Reply #2488 on: July 01, 2012, 06:47:09 am »



Obama/Schweitzer v Giuliani/Crist
325 - 213
55.3% - 44.7%

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Utah: 50.6 - 49.4
Colorado: 49.8 - 50.2
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« Reply #2489 on: July 01, 2012, 02:07:10 pm »

One of the closest i've ever played! 1988


It all came down to California in the end, but Bush won Illinois by 16 votes!

Gore beat Jackson at a brokered convention once Dukakis had withdrawn.
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« Reply #2490 on: July 02, 2012, 03:27:11 am »



Obama/Biden - 373EV 53.8%
Romney/Ayotte - 165EV 45.3%

It was actually a close race up until the last 3 weeks... but I started saturation advertising and started to kill Romney is all the swing states, enough to open up an offensive front by going after MO, IN, GA, MT, AZ, SC and TX.
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« Reply #2491 on: July 02, 2012, 08:17:22 am »



Playing as Gore. Wilson was a fake character. I was behind in most states, but strong campaigners managed to get several key swing states, which included most of the big ones.
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« Reply #2492 on: July 02, 2012, 09:21:39 pm »



Cuomo v. Bush v. Perot. A messy primary fight saw me forced to fight back, but I still won. Performed as expected apart from a weird performance in the Upper Mid-West, poor in Upper New England and poor in the West.

PV totals:

Cuomo - 296 EV; 37.3% of the vote (41,101,413 votes)
Bush - 238 EV; 38.4% of the vote (42,272,971 votes)
Perot - 4 EV; 24.3% of the vote (26,722,480 votes)

Cuomo States

DC - 44.0%
New York - 9.7%
Arkansas - 9.6%
California - 8.9%
Illinois - 8.7%
Massachusetts - 6.8% (v Perot)
Pennsylvania - 6.5%
Hawaii - 6.0%
Rhode Island - 5.1 (v Perot)
Missouri - 4.8%
New Jersey - 4.8%
West Virginia - 4.5%
Michigan - 3.8%
Washington - 3.6%
Maryland - 3.5%
Kentucky - 2.6%
Ohio - 2.0%
Delaware - 1.8%
Connecticut - 1.7%
Florida - 0.3%

Bush States

Mississippi - 27.0%
South Carolina - 24.1%
Indiana - 16.5%
Louisiana - 16.4%
Virginia - 15.8%
Iowa - 14.9%
Arizona - 14.8% (v Perot)
Alabama - 14.5%
Wisconsin - 13.9%
Oklahoma - 12.1% (v Perot)
Nebraska - 11.5% (v Perot)
Colorado - 9.8% (v Perot)
New Hampshire - 9.2% (v Perot)
North Dakota - 7.8% (v Perot)
Wyoming - 6.5% (v Perot)
South Dakota - 6.4%
Texas - 6.4%
Utah - 5.6% (v Perot)
Georgia - 4.5%
Vermont - 4.2%
Oregon - 4.0% (v Perot)
Minnesota - 3.5% (v Perot)
Nevada - 2.4% (v Perot)
Kansas - 2.0% (v Perot)
North Carolina - 1.7%
Alaska - 1.0% (v Perot)
Idaho - 0.8% (v Perot)
Montana - 0.5% (v Perot)
New Mexico - 0.3%
Tennessee - 0.1%

Perot States

Maine - 7.1% (Cuomo came second)

Best States

Cuomo - D.C. (65.6%) [Arkansas (47.3%)]
Bush - Mississippi (55.6%)
Perot - Maine (38.8%)

Worst States

Cuomo - Utah (19.2%)
Bush - D.C. (21.6%)  [Maine (29.4%)]
Perot - D.C. (12.8%) [Alabama (14.7%)]
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« Reply #2493 on: July 04, 2012, 07:57:45 am »



Was Humphrey. Won, obviously. EV numbers:

Humphrey - 274 EV
Nixon - 219 EV
Wallace - 45 EV

Can't remember the PV numbers, but Humphrey won by about 1%.

Nixon's best state was New Hampshire, Humphrey's was Rhode Island (technically it was DC but that isn't a state), Wallace's was Alabama (worth noting he performed better in Alabama than I did in DC).

Humphrey      
      
Washington D.C.   33.8%   
Rhode Island   24.4%   
Minnesota   20.8%   
Massachusetts   18.2%   
Hawaii   12.7%   
West Virginia   9.2%   
New York   8.9%   
Connecticut   7.5%   
New Jersey   6.8%   
California   6.5%   
Illinois   5.9%   
Maine   4.2%   
Washington   3.4%   
Alaska   3.4%   
Pennsylvania   3.1%   
Michigan   2.5%   
Florida   1.9%   
Wisconsin   0.9%   
Colorado   0.6%   
      
Nixon      
      
New Mexico   17.7%   
Wyoming   17.6%   
New Hampshire   16.9%   
Nebraska   16.5%   
Virginia   16.4%   
Utah   16.2%   
Oklahoma   14.0%   
North Carolina   13.2%   (v Wallace)
North Dakota   12.0%   
Kansas   10.8%   
Kentucky   10.3%   
Indiana   10.0%   
Idaho   10.0%   
Oregon   9.4%   
Missouri   8.6%   
Arizona   8.4%   
Tennessee   6.8%   (v Wallace)
South Dakota   6.0%   
South Carolina   5.8%   (v Wallace)
Delaware   4.7%   
Vermont   4.4%   
Iowa   3.9%   
Texas   2.5%   
Montana   2.2%   
Maryland   1.3%   
Nevada   1.3%   
Ohio   0.1%   
      
Wallace      
      
Alabama   47.1%   (v Humphrey)
Mississippi   44.2%   (v Humphrey)
Louisiana   21.0%   (v Humphrey)
Georgia   13.7%   (v Nixon)
Arkansas   5.5%   (v Nixon)
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« Reply #2494 on: July 04, 2012, 02:17:30 pm »

Anyone have the 1992 scenario? Message me for my email
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« Reply #2495 on: July 04, 2012, 07:17:30 pm »

Anyone have the 1992 scenario? Message me for my email

Doesn't it come automatically with the game?
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« Reply #2496 on: July 04, 2012, 08:55:26 pm »

I once won as Bachmann. That was a fun one... didn't shift on any issues, either. Three really tight primary wins in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina gave me very little boost, so I had to resort to odd states here and there. It was a five man race between Cain, Gingrich, Romney, Perry, and me until the non-Romneys dropped out. Except the support would always unanimously break for someone else. It was very fun.

The general was easy.
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« Reply #2497 on: July 05, 2012, 06:15:33 am »



1968...

Kennedy/Muskie - 276EV - 43.2%
Nixon/Romney - 216EV - 42.1%
Wallace/Whogivesatoss - 45EV - 14.8%

I started out after a very ugly primary race against Humphrey, despite dominating him. Once the general started I only led in WV, MA, IL and PA... I never led the polls nor the electoral count... but I started getting more positive coverage and used the last week to to run two national positive ads, and it seems the undecideds broke heavily for me.
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« Reply #2498 on: July 05, 2012, 04:41:05 pm »

Which 1968 scenario do you have?
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« Reply #2499 on: July 10, 2012, 06:12:17 pm »

A Giant Sucking Sound-Alternate 1996

General Norman Schwarzkoph (R-NJ)-599 Delegates
Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-573 Delegates
Governor Carroll Campbell (R-SC)-531 Delegates
Former Education Secretary Lamar Alexander (R-TE)-342 Delegates
Senator Phil Gramm (R-TX)-191 Delegates

Lets see how this convention plays out...
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