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« Reply #3100 on: December 29, 2016, 09:35:44 pm »
« edited: December 30, 2016, 01:49:41 am by clash »



Fmr. Senator Jim Webb (D-VA)/Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) - 324 EV (44.5%)
Governor John Kasich (R-OH)/Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) - 211 EV (37.5%)
Senator Bernie Sanders (G-VT)/Dr. Jill Stein (G-MA) - 3 EV (10.8%)
Senator Rand Paul (L-KY)/Fmr. Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM) - 0 EV (7.3%)

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« Reply #3101 on: December 31, 2016, 12:13:10 am »


Businessman Donald J. Trump (R-NY)/Senator Bob Corker (R-TN): 330 Electoral Votes, 44.20% of the popular vote.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA): 208 Electoral Votes, 40.90% of the popular vote.
Former Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM)/Former Governor Bill Weld (L-MA): 14.80% of the popular vote.

Played the General Election campaign in a scenario I made out of an older one. I followed Trump’s real strategy to a tee, but prepared more for the debates. Focusing on immigration, free trade, and integrity, I ran a constant trickle of anti-Clinton ads. In some ways, the campaign mirrored real life. I still crapped the bed in the first two debates, and at one point Johnson lead in NM and peaked at 19%. SC, TX, etc, were in play. However, my successful campaign against Hillary (with not a single “Is Trump too negative headline” hurting my momentum) combined with a medium sized scandal dropped five days before the election did her in.

I came within 3% of winning RI, 4% in VT, WA, NY, and carried WI by about 8%. MI was tight, but not as tight as OH (where Johnson was off the ballot), which Trump carried 50.8%-49.2%. Carried CO by 10% and NH by 15% (so much for the angry women!) What a fun game!
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« Reply #3102 on: January 01, 2017, 04:07:02 pm »


Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) / Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) - 379/51.7%
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) / Carly Fiorina (R-VA) - 153/40.4%
Egg McMuffin (I-UT) / Mindy Finn (I-DC) - 6/0.3%
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« Reply #3103 on: January 12, 2017, 04:05:00 pm »


Senator Tim Kaine / Secretary Hillary Clinton (D-NY) - 422/61.5%
Carly Fiorina / Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) - 116/36.4%
Kaine reached 102 million votes.
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« Reply #3104 on: January 24, 2017, 05:55:25 pm »

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« Reply #3105 on: February 17, 2017, 10:04:32 am »

Does anyone know how to crack demo or where Can I get the full version 2016 or also older version?

PM please.
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« Reply #3106 on: February 18, 2017, 06:52:42 am »

Does anyone know how to crack demo or where Can I get the full version 2016 or also older version?

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We do not help with the act of pirating.
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« Reply #3107 on: February 22, 2017, 05:14:34 pm »

Does anyone know how to crack demo or where Can I get the full version 2016 or also older version?

PM please.
I saw your posts on AH.com. Just buy the game like everyone else already.
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« Reply #3108 on: February 22, 2017, 05:26:29 pm »

Does anyone know how to crack demo or where Can I get the full version 2016 or also older version?

PM please.
I saw your posts on AH.com. Just buy the game like everyone else already.

Yeah, it's super cheap.
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« Reply #3109 on: March 07, 2017, 12:22:40 am »

Does anyone know how to crack demo or where Can I get the full version 2016 or also older version?

PM please.
I saw your posts on AH.com. Just buy the game like everyone else already.

I'm pretty sure he ended up getting kicked for a week due to asking people to find him a pirated copy of the game.
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« Reply #3110 on: March 07, 2017, 09:04:25 am »

Played a fan-made 1860 scenario as Breckinridge/Lane of the Southern Democrats.


 
303 EV, 152 to win
Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) / Hannibal Hamlin (R-ME) - 141 EV, 29.5%
John C. Breckinridge (SD-KY) / Joseph Lane (SD-OR) - 118 EV, 30.6%
Stephen A. Douglas (D-IL) / Herschel V. Johnson (D-GA) - 44 EV, 24.5%
John Bell (CU-TN) / Edward Everett (CU-MA) - 0 EV, 14.8%
Liberty Party - 0.6%

Won the popular vote, prevented Bell from getting any EV, and denied Lincoln an electoral majority thanks to Douglas taking NY, although Lincoln was ultimately chosen by the Congress anyway. Might've got Pennsylvania if I'd focused on it earlier. Still an enjoyable game. Note: The split of EV in NJ was not simulated.


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« Reply #3111 on: March 08, 2017, 02:20:15 am »

1844 as Clay/Frelinghuysen of Whigs

275 EV, 138 to win
Henry Clay (W-KY) / Theodore Frelinghuysen (W-NY) - 204 EV, 50.1%
James K. Polk (D-TN) / George M. Dallas (D-PA) - 71 EV, 47%
James G. Birney (L-MI) / Thomas Morris (L-OH) - 0 EV, 2.9%

Strangely won several Deep South states which I don't think would be historically possible - Clay was disliked in that region. Fun game anyways.
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« Reply #3112 on: March 08, 2017, 04:49:31 am »
« Edited: March 08, 2017, 04:55:54 am by dercook »

1912 as Roosevelt/Johnson of Progressives (Bull Moose)

531 EV, 266 to win
Theodore Roosevelt (P-NY) / Hiram W. Johnson (P-CA) - 435 EV, 47.9%
Woodrow Wilson (D-NJ) / Thomas R. Marshall (D-IN) - 96 EV, 31.7%
William Howard Taft (R-OH) / Nicolas Butler (R-NY) - 0 EV, 16.3%
Eugene V. Debs (S-IN) / Emil Seidel (S-WI) - 0 EV, 4%

Was on the brink of losing Pennsylvania in the first half, but the result turned out to be better than expected. Deprived Taft of any EV, and somehow penetrated the Solid South (Arkansas not voting Democrats?!). Fun game.
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« Reply #3113 on: March 09, 2017, 06:54:29 am »

1920 as Cox/FDR

531 EV, 266 to win
James M. Cox (D-OH) / Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D-NY) - 270 EV, 50.8%
Warren G. Harding (R-OH) / Calvin Coolidge (R-MA) - 261 EV, 47.3%
Eugene V. Debs (S-IN) / Seymour Stedman (S-IL) - 0 EV, 1.9%
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« Reply #3114 on: March 09, 2017, 08:45:57 am »

1896 as Bryan/Sewall

447 EV, 224 to win
William Jennings Bryan (D-NE) / Arthur Sewall (D-ME) - 230 EV, 46.8%
William McKinley (R-OH) / Garret A. Hobart (R-NJ) - 217EV, 51.2%
National Democrats - 0.8%
Prohibition - 1.2%

This and 1920 were quite close, since historically Republicans had huge advantages. For this one, I even stepped out of the traditional Democrat safe zone in light of previous defeats for trying to hold the South and the mountain states. The result was a mess, with both parties getting states that would've been improbable to carry in that era - McKinley invaded my Solid South and almost got Arkansas and Georgia, while I narrowly broke through a number of industrial states. A slim electoral win with an almost 5% popular vote loss. Intense.
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« Reply #3115 on: March 30, 2017, 12:49:51 am »

I played a custom 2016 scenario as McMullin with the only goal of winning Utah.  I pulled off an upset in Utah (with the last poll showing Trump ahead there) and was able to throw the election to the House, which elected Trump.

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« Reply #3116 on: April 10, 2017, 07:56:22 am »

1880 as Hancocks/English

369 EV, 185 to win
Winfield Scott Hancocks (D-PA) / William Hayden English (D-IN) - 188 EV, 49.5%
James Garfield (R-OH) / Chester Arthur (R-NY) - 181 EV, 46.5%
James Weaver (G-IA) / Barzillai Jefferson Chambers (G-TX) - 0 EV, 4%

Another close one.
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« Reply #3117 on: May 03, 2017, 05:41:46 pm »

2016:
I played as Bernie Sanders. Bobby Jindal won a floor fight at the GOP Convention on the 5th ballot (Jeb Bush had the most delegates entering the convention, Jindal was like third to last but racked up almost all endorsements of eliminated candidates, rocketed into 2nd place and as Rubio (2nd in primaries, now 3rd) was eliminated, Jindal got a majority).

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT): 84,150,275 (50.5%) 322 EVs
Fmr. Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA): 81,028,096 (48.6%) 216 EVs
Fmr. Gov. Gary Johnson (L-NM): 1,241,718 (0.7%) 0 EVs
Dr. Jill Stein (G-MA): 371,036 (0.2%) 0 EVs


2020: An even bigger spoiler than 2000?
What if Clinton and Trump had a rematch in 2020?
Despite a popular vote and electoral plurality, Clinton is just 19 electors short. The House of Representatives chooses Pres. Donald Trump.

Fmr. Sec. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Fmr. Gov. Tim Kaine (D-VA): 55,403,634 (39.3%) 251 EVs
Pres. Donald Trump (R-NY) / VP Mike Pence (R-IN)Sad 54,898,681 (38.9%) 194 EVs
Ms. Winona LaDuke (G-CA) / Mr. Ajamu Baraka (G-DC): 27,745,866 (19.7%) 93 EVs
Mr. Adam Kokesh (L-CA) / Fmr. Gov. Bill Weld (L-MA): 3,005,212 (2.1%) 0 EVs


If Sanders ran as a Green in 2016:
Clinton/Kaine: 269 EVs (39.7%)
Trump/Pence: 266 EVs (39.7%)* Trump actually wins popular vote by <30K votes, House of Reps picks him as President.
Sander/Stein: 3 EVs (18.1%)
Johnson/Weld: 0 EVs (2.5%)
State Alterations from OTL: Clinton wins PA, GA, NC, MI, WI, and Trump's 1 elector in Maine; Sanders wins VT; Trump wins NY, CO

2016:
Sanders: 55.1% -- 453 EVs
Trump: 35.1% -- 79 EVs
McMullin: 0.6% -- 6 EVs
Stein: 2.4%
Changes from OTL 2016: Sanders takes MT, SD, KS, TX, AZ, MO, IA, WI, MI, IN, OH, PA, KY, NC, SC, GA, FL; Trump takes CO; McMullin takes UT
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« Reply #3118 on: May 04, 2017, 08:32:20 am »


Fmr. Sec. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA): 50.3% (83,779,832) 466 EVs
Mr. Donald Trump (R-NY) / Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN): 35.8% (59,610,064) 66 EVs
Fmr. CIA Officer Evan McMullin (I-UT) / Ms. Mindy Finn (I-TX): 11.4% (19,013,771) 6 EVs
Dr. Jill Stein (G-MA) / Mr. Ajamu Baraka (G-DC): 2.5% (4,123,344) 0 EVs

I played as McMullin. Tried to rack up endorsements and win Utah, when I had pulled ahead in Utah I started at Arkansas (was 39% underwater but there were ~20% undecided). As prospects in Arkansas began to look dismal, I sent Finn to California to try to garner a few more votes on Election Day.

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McMullin: 45.3%
Clinton: 37.8%
Trump: 16.9%

Arkansas
Clinton: 42.1%
Trump: 33.9%
McMullin: 20.4%
Stein: 3.7%

Clinton, Trump and McMullin had full ballot access. Stein did not have ballot access in Georgia, North Carolina, Missouri, Indiana, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada (on the ballot in 35+DC).

Every Trump state was carried without 50+% except Oklahoma (52%). He carried Kentucky with as little as 44% of the vote.

Clinton carried most states with 44-52% with most Democratic strongholds in the mid to high 50s. Maryland and Vermont were carried with 62% of the vote and DC was carried with 85%.

McMullin was in double digits in most states (didn't campaign anywhere except UT, CA, AR). He hit as high as 16% in FL and 17% in CO.

Stein was at 2-3% in most states, almost hit 5% in MI.
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« Reply #3119 on: May 04, 2017, 05:49:09 pm »

Has anyone ran a Presidential scenario with the POP vote feature?
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« Reply #3120 on: May 06, 2017, 07:26:39 pm »
« Edited: May 06, 2017, 07:30:13 pm by West_Midlander »

Mr. Donald Trump (R-NY) / Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) -- Republican Party Ticket
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) / Fmr. Gov. Martin O'Malley (D-MD) -- Progressive Party Ticket (newly formed party)
Fmr. Sec. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) / Gov. Mark Dayton (D-MN) -- Democratic Party Ticket

States Leaders before the election
Sanders States, lead size:
California 45%
Washington, D.C. 36%
Delaware 33%
Vermont 30%
Rhode Island 29%
Washington 26%
Connecticut 21%
Illinois 20%
New York 20%
New Jersey 19%
Pennsylvania 19%
Maryland 16%
West Virginia 16%
Wisconsin 14%
Maine 12%
Indiana 12%
Michigan 11%
Massachusetts 11%
Oregon 10%
Nevada 9%
Arizona 8%
Florida 8%
Minnesota 8%
Missouri 6%
Colorado 6%
North Carolina 5%
Montana 4%
South Carolina 3%
North Dakota 3%
Georgia 3%
Kentucky 2%
Hawaii 2%
Trump States, lead size:
Alabama 32%
Oklahoma 25%
Alaska 25%
Wyoming 24%
Virginia 21%
Arkansas 17%
Nebraska 16%
Texas 15%
Utah 11%
Tennessee 10%
Mississippi 9%
Idaho 8%
New Hampshire 7%
New Mexico 6%
Kansas 5%
South Dakota 4%
Ohio 2%
Clinton States, lead size:
None
Ties
Iowa
Louisiana

Projected States:
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Projected vote share:
Sanders: 43.7% (actual result: 47.2%)
Trump: 34% (actual result: 34.4%)
Clinton: 18.2% (actual result 18.4%)
Undecided: 4.1%

Projected Electoral:

Sanders: 377 (actual result: 374)
Trump: 147 (actual result: 164)
Clinton: 0 (actual result: 0)

Notable Results:
New York (Clinton/Trump's homestate)
Sanders: 45.8%
Trump: 27.3%
Clinton: 26.9%
Vermont (Bernie's homestate)
Sanders: 60%
Trump: 22.6%
Clinton: 17.4%
South Carolina (Graham's homestate / differed between actual and projected result)
Trump-Graham: 39.1%
Sanders-O'Malley: 38.9%
Clinton-Dayton: 21.9%
Maryland (O'Malley's homestate)
Sanders: 47.5%
Trump: 31.1%
Clinton: 21.3%
Minnesota (Dayton's homestate)
Sanders: 41%
Trump: 36.2%
Clinton: 22.8%
Iowa (tossup before Election Day)
Sanders: 40.4%
Trump: 35.1%
Clinton: 24.4%
Louisiana (tossup before Election Day)
Trump: 42.7%
Sanders: 40.5%
Clinton: 16.7%

Clinton came in second place in Nevada and DC and came in third everywhere else.
DC: Sanders won (67.7-28.4-3.9)
NV: Sanders won (40.6-30.1-29.2)

Before Election Day, Clinton's closest state (to winning) was Hawaii. She was in third place in a close race (was 6% behind the leader). She ended up in third place, 10.8% behind Sanders (1st place) in Hawaii.

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« Reply #3121 on: May 17, 2017, 08:10:08 pm »

My first game. Late game Brownback scandal.



Obama/Schweitzer - 382 - 55.4%
Brownback/Gingrich - 156 - 44.6%

With just a 1% swing from Brownback to Obama



A 5% swing


Obama - 500
Brownback - 38
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« Reply #3122 on: June 10, 2017, 09:11:47 am »

Lincoln/Hamlin 1860



303 EV, 152 to win
Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) / Hannibal Hamlin (R-ME) - 186 EV, 45.9%
John Bell (CU-TN) / Edward Everett (CU-MA) - 70 EV, 13.7%
John C. Breckinridge (SD-KY) / Joseph Lane (SD-OR) - 38 EV, 15.5%
Stephen A. Douglas (D-IL) / Herschel V. Johnson (D-GA) - 9 EV, 24.9%

Got Delaware, and Bell did quite well in the South.
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« Reply #3123 on: June 10, 2017, 10:35:21 pm »

Replaying Breckinridge/Lane 1860 (see #3138)



303 EV, 152 to win
John C. Breckinridge (SD-KY) / Joseph Lane (SD-OR) - 154 EV, 26.4%
Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) / Hannibal Hamlin (R-ME) - 138 EV, 36.5%
Stephen A. Douglas (D-IL) / Herschel V. Johnson (D-GA) - 11 EV, 24.7%
John Bell (CU-TN) / Edward Everett (CU-MA) - 0 EV, 12.4%

Won the election outright while getting 10% fewer popular votes than Lincoln.
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« Reply #3124 on: June 11, 2017, 10:10:46 pm »

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Senator Bernie Sanders (D-KB) / Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-AD) - 259/46.9%
Senator Ted Cruz (R-HS) / Ms. Carly Fiorina (R-CP) - 218/39.2%
Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I-NY) / Secretary Chuck Hagel (I-PW) - 25/5%
Mr. Egg McMuffin (I-SH) / Ms. Mindy Finn (I-HS) - 20/1.9%
Dr. Jill Stein (G-AD) / Mr. Ajamu Baraka (G-LS) - 13/5.7%
Not taking %s into acc because that would be disastrous.
Might run this scenario with Ventura/Johnson.
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