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« Reply #25 on: July 03, 2009, 11:04:09 pm »

Can you run me in a general election against L'Hermine?
Sure.

L'Hermine and Coppersmith were about even, L'Hermine with a two point lead but quickly ramping up his campaign, L'Hermine would be crowned with "The Big Mo'" soon in the 7th week. Through out the 6th week, L'Hermine and Coppersmith traded "Good" and "Lackluster" appearances in the media as the polls slowly shifted a little bit more for L'Hermine. The 5th week was one the began to draw blood as both L'Hermine and Coppersmith released "Controversial" attacks on each other as Coppersmith would then try and release another volley of attacks on L'Hermine but would back fire on him a little. The polls showed L'Hermine at 42% and Coppersmith at 39% but in a suprise, the presidential debate was called as a draw between the two candidates. The 4th week had Coppersmith begin to loose some ground as L'Hermine campaign took a sharp negative turn, even more so as scandal erupted on the Coppersmith campaign. The 3rd debate had another victory for L'Hermine as he won the next presidential debate and would "triumph" in the next debate, with that polls showed L'Hermine at 43% and Coppersmith at 38%. The 2nd week brought scandal to the L'Hermine camp as the media began to question the ever growing negative tone of the L'Hermine campaign. With all of this the polls would then show L'Hermine at 42% and Coppersmith at 38%. At the very end of the 1st week, scandal erupted again with the L'Hermine campaign as they entered the drawdown to Election Day. The day before election day, the polls showed L'Hermine with 43.5% and Coppersmith with 38.3%. The Election would turn into a blowout for the Democrats and L'Hermine as one of the suprises came after a long and bitter battle seemed to happen in WI of all states as Coppersmith barley carried the state.



(D)-L'Hermine/Clark: 428 EV 54.1%
(R)-Coppersmith/Owens: 110 EV 44.8%
(Li)-Badnarik/Brown: 0 EV 1.1%
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« Reply #26 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 #27 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 #28 on: July 29, 2009, 09:23:28 pm »

Ran as Perot against only Pat Buchanan to see what would happen.



(R)-Pat Buchanan/Alexander Haig: 528 EV, 68.1%
(I)-Ross Perot/James Stockdale: 10 EV, 31.9%
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« Reply #29 on: August 01, 2009, 12:37:31 am »

Ran as Lamm in the 1996 Election.



(D)-Bill Clinton/Al Gore: 366 EV, 49.9%
(R)-George W. Bush/John Danforth: 164 EV, 43.1%
(Re)-Richard Lamm/Pat Choate: 8 EV, 7.0%
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« Reply #30 on: August 01, 2009, 01:06:26 am »

A "The Watchmen" based election scenario I created for 1984. (Played as the independent candidate)



(R)-Richard Nixon/Gerald Ford: 595 EV, 55.8%
(D)-George McGovern/Jerry Brown: 23 EV, 41.9%
Others (Independent): 0 EV, 2.3%
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« Reply #31 on: September 25, 2009, 02:32:55 pm »

What's the scenario with Trump in it?
It's a modified 2000 scenario.
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« Reply #32 on: September 27, 2009, 10:47:07 pm »

Atlas Forever Scenario, played as Libertarian. Closest states were PA, OR, NJ, WI, MO, MN. The closest state that effectively decided the election was New Jersey(MacLohain-49.9%, Constine-49.6%).



(R)-Rep. Christopher MacLohain, MA/Sen. John McCain, AZ: 279 EV, 48.3%
(D)-Sen. Ben Constine, VA/Sen. Barbara Boxer, CA: 259 EV, 51%
Others: 0 EV, 0.7%
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« Reply #33 on: September 27, 2009, 10:53:05 pm »


Oh, okay. Any chance someone could send it to me?
Don't have it, it's pretty much a Lahbas created scenario. Sorry though.
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« Reply #34 on: September 27, 2009, 11:09:46 pm »

Ran Moratlis and L'Hermine against each other in "Atlas Forever".



(D)-Sen. Gael-Malo L'Hermine, VT/Gov. Bill Richardson, NM: 400 EV, 52.2%
(R)-Gov. Vepres Moratlis, CO/Fmr Gov. Jeb Bush, FL: 138 EV, 45.6%
Others: 0 EV, 2.1%
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« Reply #35 on: October 02, 2009, 11:44:01 pm »

Just a quick run through for my "Republic of Texas - 1836 Election" scenario as Stephen F. Austin

(N/A)-Sam Houston: 78%

(N/A)-Stephen F. Austin: 15.1%

(N/A)-Henry Smith: 6.9%
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« Reply #36 on: October 25, 2009, 05:54:48 pm »

2016 Scenario



(D)-Sen. Mark Warner, VA/Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, NY: 50.9%, 439 EV
(R)-Fmr Gov. Bobby Jindal, LA/Ambassador Jon Huntsman, Jr., UT: 42.4%, 99 EV
(Li)-Party Chair. Mike Jingozian, OR/Mr. Charles Jay, MO: 6.7%, 0 EV
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« Reply #37 on: October 25, 2009, 06:39:07 pm »

Well Vepres, here are the results for the Primares with everyone in them....

TOP-Democrats
BOTTOM-Republicans



DEMOCRATS

Dark Blue-Chowdhury
Brown-Sanchez
Pink-Pilar
Aqua-Westman
Green-McShan
Purple-Gutierrez
Maroon-Constine
Orange-L'Hermine
Gray-Wedewer

TICKET:
(D)-Vince Pilar/Wesley Clark

REPUBLICANS

Green-Moratlis
Blue-Valmont
Yellow-Coppersmith
Red-Soult

TICKET:
(R)-Vepres Moratlis/George Pataki
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« Reply #38 on: October 25, 2009, 06:42:41 pm »

The continuation of the "Everyone In" for my "Atlas Forever" scenario Vepres requested.



Vince Pilar, CO/Wesley Clark, AR: 56.4% 505 EV
Vepres Moratlis, CO/George Pataki, NY: 42.6% 33 EV
Michael Badnarik, TX/Mary Ruwart, TX: 1% 0 EV
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« Reply #39 on: October 25, 2009, 10:41:40 pm »

Hey don't be down, I included everybody, you just didn't win any primaries. I have to suffer knowing that my character for some reason won Alabama, bleh.
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« Reply #40 on: October 29, 2009, 10:15:35 pm »

Another "Atlas Forever '08" scenario playthrough.



Scott Westman, MT/Evan Bayh, IN: 310 EV, 51.5%
Santiago Drexler, CA/Bill Owens, CO: 228 EV, 47.3%
Michael Badnarik, TX/Lance Brown, CA: 0 EV, 1.2%
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« Reply #41 on: October 29, 2009, 10:39:14 pm »

Atlas Forever with a "Noble vs Moore" with me playing Flynn.



Ryan Noble, WI/John McCain, AZ: 457 EV, 51.8%
Scott Moore, MD/Bill Richardson, NM: 81 EV, 44.3%
Connor Flynn, ME/Lincoln Chafee, RI: 0 EV, 3.9%
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« Reply #42 on: November 01, 2009, 03:38:20 pm »



Brett Valmont, NJ/Chuck Hagel, NE: 403 EV, 53.1%
Naveed Chowdhury, CA/Mark Warner, VA: 135 EV, 46.4%
Michael Badnarik, TX/Bob Barr, GA: 0 EV, 0.5%
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« Reply #43 on: November 03, 2009, 01:57:01 pm »

"Atlas Forever 2008" between Gutierrez and Coppersmith.



(D)-Evan Gutierrez, IN/Joe Biden, DE: 355 EV, 52.2%
(R)-David Coppersmith, NC/John McCain, AZ: 183 EV, 46.2%
(Li)-Michael Badnarik, TX/Lance Brown, CA: 0 EV, 1.6%
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« Reply #44 on: November 07, 2009, 12:06:48 am »

Played the Lahbas made "Wacked Edition - 2000" as Hagelin. Closest states were NM and IA, both decided by 0.4%.



(Republican)-George W. Bush, TX/Dick Cheney, WY: 272 EV, 40%
(Democrat)-Al Gore, TN/Joe Lieberman, CT: 266 EV, 39.3%
(Reform)-Donald Trump, NY/David Boren, OK: 0 EV, 18.6%
(Green)-Ralph Nader, CT/Winona LaDuke, MN: 0 EV, 1.8%
(Natural Law)-John Hagelin, IA/Nat Goldhaber, CA: 0 EV, 0.4%
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« Reply #45 on: November 09, 2009, 03:49:20 pm »

This was a pretty easy election, I ran through my "1936-Four More Years?" scenario as Lemke.



(Democratic)-Franklin D. Roosevelt, NY/John N. Garner, TX: 531 EV, 60.6%
(Republican)-Alf Landon, KS/Frank Knox, IL: 0 EV, 31.5%
(Union)-William Lemke, ND/Thomas C. O'Brien, MA: 0 EV, 7.9%
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« Reply #46 on: December 02, 2009, 12:12:41 am »

My 2012 Enhanced Election Scenario. It was close but Obama pulled it out over Romney in the final weeks. A note, Puerto Rico is a state in said scenario with 7 electoral votes.



(D)-Pres. Barack Obama, IL/VP. Joe Biden, DE: 305 EV, 50.7%
(R)-Fmr Gov. Mitt Romney, MA/Gov. Andre Bauer, SC: 240 EV, 46.4%
(Con)-Ms. Diane Beall Templin, CA/Mr. Chuck Baldwin, FL: 0 EV, 2.9%
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« Reply #47 on: December 02, 2009, 09:49:43 am »

My 2012 Enhanced Election Scenario. It was close but Obama pulled it out over Romney in the final weeks. A note, Puerto Rico is a state in said scenario with 7 electoral votes.



(D)-Pres. Barack Obama, IL/VP. Joe Biden, DE: 305 EV, 50.7%
(R)-Fmr Gov. Mitt Romney, MA/Gov. Andre Bauer, SC: 240 EV, 46.4%
(Con)-Ms. Diane Beall Templin, CA/Mr. Chuck Baldwin, FL: 0 EV, 2.9%

Do you mind uploading that please?
It may take some time, I still haven't found out how to upload such things as the 2012 scenario.
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« Reply #48 on: December 02, 2009, 10:25:49 am »

Another go ahead in my 2012 enhanced scenario. Puerto Rico and Arizona were the closest states, if both went to Petraeus, then the nation would have a President-Elect Petraeus instead of the close reelection of Barack Obama.



(D)-Pres. Barack Obama, IL/VP. Joe Biden, DE: 285 EV, 48.4%
(R)-Gen. David Petraeus, NY/Gov. Luis Fortuno, PR: 260 EV, 48.8%
(I)-Mr. Lou Dobbs, NJ/Candidate Samuel Wurzelbacher, OH: 0 EV, 2.9%
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« Reply #49 on: December 09, 2009, 02:44:54 pm »

Another run of my 2012 enhanced with all the political parties in the game as of now.



(D)-Pres. Barack Obama, IL/Sec. State Hillary Clinton, NY: 425 EV, 51.9%
(R)-Fmr Gov. Sarah Palin, AK/Fmr Gov. Tim Pawlenty, MN: 120 EV, 40.8%
(C)-Mr. Darrell Castle, TN/Ms. Diane Beall Templin, CA: 0 EV, 2.2%
(L)-Mr. Wayne Root, NV/Mr. Mike Jingozian, OR: 0 EV, 2.1%
(I)-Mr. Ralph Nader, CT/Fmr Mayor Jason West, NY: 0 EV, 1.7%
(I)-Mr. Lou Dobbs, NJ/Fmr Sen. Dean Barkley, MN: 0 EV, 1.4%
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