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« Reply #3075 on: November 01, 2016, 01:08:59 am »

Simmed through a 2008 scenario as Bob Barr.

Here's the DEM map:



Obama = 40% Red
Gore = 30% Red
Clinton = 30% Blue
Edwards = 30% Green
Biden = 40% Blue
Richardson = 40% Green

Obama won the nomination in a convention dogfight, beating out Hillary Clinton, like in real life. Only difference is that Clinton was third in delegate count (Gore bizarrely dropped out and endorsed Clinton a few days before the convention).

Obama chose Kerry as his VP.


I have no idea how Biden did so well while losing Delaware in a landslide to Obama. Clinton barely lost NY to Gore.

GOP Map:



Giuliani = 40% Blue
McCain = 40% Green
Thompson = 40% Red
Rice = 90% Red
Romney = 30% Blue
Huckabee = 30% Green
Hunter = 30% Red

Giuliani barely fights off McCain in a stunning GOP convention dogfight. Almost all the other candidates endorsed McCain to try and prevent a Rudy nomination but Condi Rice saved him via endorsement.

Giuliani then picks Rice to be his VP. Making the GOP ticket all Pro-Choice, in a weird twist. What's even funnier is that Giuliani lost NY to Rice by like 15% in the primaries lol.

idk how the heck Duncan Hunter won Iowa but he fizzled out almost immediately after and dropped out after Florida and endorsed Thompson.

Will post general election once I sim to it.
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« Reply #3076 on: November 01, 2016, 01:17:52 am »



2008 General Election: Giuliani stumps Obama; Neoconservative GOP wins third term.
Giuliani-Rice: 336 EVs 49.8%
Obama-Kerry: 202 EVs 49.6%
Barr-Root: 0 EVs 0.6%

No damn idea how this map happened. Giuliani went into election day with a small lead, but neither candidate had over 270 EVs.

Giuliani won a stunning 1.5% win in California.
Obama won by 8% in Indiana LOL.
Giuliani barely wins Texas, 52-46, but wins Florida 56-42...
Obama wins in NY by an underwhelming 9% margin.
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« Reply #3077 on: November 01, 2016, 04:10:25 am »



2008 General Election: Giuliani stumps Obama; Neoconservative GOP wins third term.
Giuliani-Rice: 336 EVs 49.8%
Obama-Kerry: 202 EVs 49.6%
Barr-Root: 0 EVs 0.6%

No damn idea how this map happened. Giuliani went into election day with a small lead, but neither candidate had over 270 EVs.

Giuliani won a stunning 1.5% win in California.
Obama won by 8% in Indiana LOL.
Giuliani barely wins Texas, 52-46, but wins Florida 56-42...
Obama wins in NY by an underwhelming 9% margin.

What the... How is this even possible?
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« Reply #3078 on: November 01, 2016, 05:13:07 am »



2008 General Election: Giuliani stumps Obama; Neoconservative GOP wins third term.
Giuliani-Rice: 336 EVs 49.8%
Obama-Kerry: 202 EVs 49.6%
Barr-Root: 0 EVs 0.6%

No damn idea how this map happened. Giuliani went into election day with a small lead, but neither candidate had over 270 EVs.

Giuliani won a stunning 1.5% win in California.
Obama won by 8% in Indiana LOL.
Giuliani barely wins Texas, 52-46, but wins Florida 56-42...
Obama wins in NY by an underwhelming 9% margin.

What the... How is this even possible?
Ever watch The West Wing?
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« Reply #3079 on: November 01, 2016, 05:45:24 am »



2008 General Election: Giuliani stumps Obama; Neoconservative GOP wins third term.
Giuliani-Rice: 336 EVs 49.8%
Obama-Kerry: 202 EVs 49.6%
Barr-Root: 0 EVs 0.6%

No damn idea how this map happened. Giuliani went into election day with a small lead, but neither candidate had over 270 EVs.

Giuliani won a stunning 1.5% win in California.
Obama won by 8% in Indiana LOL.
Giuliani barely wins Texas, 52-46, but wins Florida 56-42...
Obama wins in NY by an underwhelming 9% margin.

What the... How is this even possible?
Ever watch The West Wing?
This is true
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« Reply #3080 on: November 01, 2016, 04:35:24 pm »

Gave it another go with my third term for Barack Obama campaign.

2016

Democratic Primary: Sanders decides to run, Obama cruises to victory with 80+% of the vote and every state.

Republican Primary: All of the regulars run, Trump wins in a contested convention against Cruz

Election Day Eve



Obama: 371 EV - 48.7 PV
Trump: 160 EV - 45.1 PV
Johnson - 1.6 PV
Stein - 0.5 PV
Tossup: 7 EV, 4% PV

Results



President Barack Obama (D-IL) / Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) - 382 EV, 53% PV
Businessman Donald Trump (R-NY) / Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) - 156 EV, 44.7% PV
Gov. Gary Johnson (L-NM) / Whoever - 1.7% PV
Jill Stein (G-MA) / Whoever 0.6% PV

Closest States (under 5%):

New Hampshire - 181 votes or 0.023%
Mississippi - 1.2%
Indiana - 1.6%
Georgia - 2%
Colorado - 4.7%

Surprising results:

Obama won Florida by 17%, VA, NV, NC by 13+%
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« Reply #3081 on: November 05, 2016, 06:19:47 am »

http://www.270towin.com/maps/Wk4gK

Fmr. SoS Hillary Clinton/Sec. Julian Castro: 371 Electoral Votes/49.4%
Businessman Donald J. Trump/Gov. Michael Pence: 167 Electoral Votes/40.4%
Fmr. Gov Gary Johnson/Fmr. Gov William Weld: 7.1%
"Dr." Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka: 1.6%

Closest states:
1%
Florida: 1.2%
Kentucky: 1.2%
Nevada: 1.2%

Missouri: 1.5%

2%

2.5%

Indiana: 2.8%


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« Reply #3082 on: November 11, 2016, 03:55:25 pm »


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Closest area was NE-2:
CLINTON - 137,250 - 45.5%
CRUZ - 136,925 - 45.4%
JOHNSON - 27,313 - 9.1%

Then ME-1:
CRUZ - 257,757 - 31.6%
CLINTON - 211,987 - 26%
STEIN - 177,207 - 21.7%
JOHNSON - 168,026 - 20.6%

^^^ numbers need to be corrected for ME-1
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« Reply #3083 on: November 18, 2016, 11:32:25 pm »
« Edited: November 18, 2016, 11:49:35 pm by Dr_Novella »



Kennedy EV: 275 PV: 51% 67,354,201

Bush EV: 263 PV: 44.1% 57,517,159

Used a 2000 scenario and managed to eak out a surprisingly close victory. I even hit him with two scandals, not to mention all the ads I ran. Virginia was the closest, with me winning 46.4%-46.3%. Wouldn't even know if I would win till Washington State results came in.
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« Reply #3084 on: November 23, 2016, 06:26:46 pm »


Former Secretary Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) - 422/54.3%
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) / Carly Fiorina (R-VA) - 116/43.7%
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« Reply #3085 on: November 23, 2016, 08:47:59 pm »

This game is just nuts now. Take these two Cruz vs. Clinton elections: On one map you have Cruz winning the PV and picking up NJ, ME-01, and IL while Clinton wins the EV gaining OH, NC, and AZ. On another map Cruz loses KS and NE, including NE-03, but wins OREGON.

I own a copy of this game but I no longer feel like I should bother playing it.
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« Reply #3086 on: November 23, 2016, 08:49:36 pm »

This game is just nuts now. Take these two Cruz vs. Clinton elections: On one map you have Cruz winning the PV and picking up NJ, ME-01, and IL while Clinton wins the EV gaining OH, NC, and AZ. On another map Cruz loses KS and NE, including NE-03, but wins OREGON.

I own a copy of this game but I no longer feel like I should bother playing it.

I was playing as Cruz here and was focusing on some unusual states, but I do agree it does need to be tweaked,

Anthony is actually adding a bunch of new stuff eventually that will correct this..such as favorability, voting blocks, etc.,
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« Reply #3087 on: November 24, 2016, 12:02:33 am »

This game is just nuts now. Take these two Cruz vs. Clinton elections: On one map you have Cruz winning the PV and picking up NJ, ME-01, and IL while Clinton wins the EV gaining OH, NC, and AZ. On another map Cruz loses KS and NE, including NE-03, but wins OREGON.

I own a copy of this game but I no longer feel like I should bother playing it.

I was playing as Cruz here and was focusing on some unusual states, but I do agree it does need to be tweaked,

Anthony is actually adding a bunch of new stuff eventually that will correct this..such as favorability, voting blocks, etc.,

Have we got any info on how he is progressing with these at the moment?
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« Reply #3088 on: November 25, 2016, 07:28:42 pm »

This game is just nuts now. Take these two Cruz vs. Clinton elections: On one map you have Cruz winning the PV and picking up NJ, ME-01, and IL while Clinton wins the EV gaining OH, NC, and AZ. On another map Cruz loses KS and NE, including NE-03, but wins OREGON.

I own a copy of this game but I no longer feel like I should bother playing it.

I was playing as Cruz here and was focusing on some unusual states, but I do agree it does need to be tweaked,

Anthony is actually adding a bunch of new stuff eventually that will correct this..such as favorability, voting blocks, etc.,

Have we got any info on how he is progressing with these at the moment?

He posted this on his blog as a comment:

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No updates yet. There will be a PMI UK update first, then work will resume on PI and updated issues, favorability, and voting blocs.

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« Reply #3089 on: November 26, 2016, 01:51:51 am »

I only use PFE'08, as I've heard the newer additions leave a bit to be desired. Glad to hear that they are working on it though, I'd love to get the newer version once it's ready.
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« Reply #3090 on: December 02, 2016, 01:24:32 am »
« Edited: December 02, 2016, 01:27:04 am by Buck Stops Here »



Julian Castro (D-TX)/Joaquin Castro (D-TX*) - 305EV, 38.2%
Dan Quayle (R-IN)/Allen West (R-GA) - 233EV, 37.8%
Glenn Beck (L-TX)/Rand Paul (L-KY) - 0EV, 10.9%
Jill Stein (G-MA)/Al Gore (G-TN) - 0EV, 13%

*Lets just assume one of them changed their residency
Yes, these are the most nonsensical tickets I could think of to run
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« Reply #3091 on: December 02, 2016, 08:03:43 am »

Does anyone else try to mimic a candidate's RL strategy? For instance: as Trump in 2016 don't put many ground game operations or ads in place but make a lot of speeches, as Kasich put everything into NH, as Giuliani in 2008 ignore every state prior to Florida etc.
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« Reply #3092 on: December 02, 2016, 01:22:55 pm »

Does anyone else try to mimic a candidate's RL strategy? For instance: as Trump in 2016 don't put many ground game operations or ads in place but make a lot of speeches, as Kasich put everything into NH, as Giuliani in 2008 ignore every state prior to Florida etc.

I did that with Bernie Sanders in a 2016 custom scenario I made.

I can't wait for Anthony to add in the voting blocs and favorability and make the game more realistic.
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« Reply #3093 on: December 03, 2016, 11:12:25 am »

Obama vs. Trump 2012:



Wanna know what the popular vote was?

Obama - 57,128,492/45.0%
Trump - 69,809,063/55.0%

Every Obama state (aside from about three) was within single digits, with NY and CA both being within 5%. Trump broke 70% in TX, 60% in FL. In fact he broke 60% in every state he won aside from OH, PA (both were as close as they usually are) and MO (which he won by 'only' 58-42 or so).

I'm sure everything was plain-sailing in the aftermath...
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« Reply #3094 on: December 11, 2016, 09:38:23 am »

I'm wondering - does anyone have the 2000 - Wacked Edition scenario? Seems quite good, but the only download link is to the now defunct megaupload.
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« Reply #3095 on: December 12, 2016, 03:32:37 pm »

Does anyone else try to mimic a candidate's RL strategy? For instance: as Trump in 2016 don't put many ground game operations or ads in place but make a lot of speeches, as Kasich put everything into NH, as Giuliani in 2008 ignore every state prior to Florida etc.

I have to an extent but only when it is a broad strategy. The game can't simulate unique strategies like "oh wow look he put EVERYTHING on the line in XXX state and won."
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« Reply #3096 on: December 13, 2016, 06:01:05 pm »
« Edited: December 13, 2016, 06:06:08 pm by #TheShadowyAbyss »

CLINTON LANDSLIDE

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Closest state FLORIDA

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Biggest Clinton state:

Oregon:

Hillary Clinton - 84.8% - 1,810,279
Donald Trump - 15.2% - 324,464

Clinton MoV - 69.6%

Biggest Trump state:

Texas:

Donald Trump - 62.8% - 7,754,566
Hillary Clinton - 37.2% - 4,600,540

Trump MoV - 25.6%
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« Reply #3097 on: December 13, 2016, 06:06:08 pm »

Gotta love Ohio voting to the right of Nebraska (and Oklahoma and WV, for that matter).
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« Reply #3098 on: December 13, 2016, 06:22:29 pm »

CLINTON LANDSLIDE

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Closest state FLORIDA

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Biggest Clinton state:

Oregon:

Hillary Clinton - 84.8% - 1,810,279
Donald Trump - 15.2% - 324,464

Clinton MoV - 69.6%

Biggest Trump state:

Texas:

Donald Trump - 62.8% - 7,754,566
Hillary Clinton - 37.2% - 4,600,540

Trump MoV - 25.6%

This map makes NO sense, but still interesting.
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« Reply #3099 on: December 13, 2016, 06:30:28 pm »

CLINTON LANDSLIDE

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Closest state FLORIDA

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Biggest Clinton state:

Oregon:

Hillary Clinton - 84.8% - 1,810,279
Donald Trump - 15.2% - 324,464

Clinton MoV - 69.6%

Biggest Trump state:

Texas:

Donald Trump - 62.8% - 7,754,566
Hillary Clinton - 37.2% - 4,600,540

Trump MoV - 25.6%

This map makes NO sense, but still interesting.

I basically ignored Florida and Ohio (I only campaigned there the last 3 days of the campaign) I lost them by 1.3% on average, Trump had a 46.4% to 45.3% national lead over me with 278 E.V's going into the final week of the campaign, I basically ad nuked the country with MULTIPLE anti-Trump ads and 2 pro-Clinton ads he had a negative momentum of -13.5 and I had a positive momentum of 8.3 going into election day.
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