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« Reply #50 on: July 28, 2009, 06:11:42 pm »

2008 (enhanced)

Democratic primaries
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Red - Senator Obama (D-IL)
Blue - Senator Clinton (D-NY)
Orange/Brown - Governor Vilsack (D-IA)
White - Senator Obama wins by default due to other candidates withdrawal and Senator Clinton become Obama's running mate


Republican primaries
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Yellow - Representive Paul (R-TX)
Blue - Senator McCain (R-AZ)
Red - Governor Huckabee (R-AR)
Orange - Senator Thompson (R-TN)
Green - Mayor Giuliani (R-NY)


General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) - 403 electoral votes and 70,814,793 (54.3%) popular votes
Representative Ron Paul (R-TX)/Former Governor Mitt Romney (D-MA) - 135 electoral votes and 51,458,984 (39.5%) popular votes
Others (Ruwart, Baldwin) - 8,123,010 (6.3%) popular votes
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« Reply #51 on: July 28, 2009, 07:35:39 pm »

2012



President Barack Obama (D-IL)/Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) - 535 electoral votes and 76,245,410 (64.2%) popular votes
Former Governor Sarah Palin (R-AK)/Governor Mark Sanford (R-SC) - 3 electoral votes and 42,519,275 (35.8%) popular votes

That would be the most hilarious Republican ticket ever!

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« Reply #52 on: July 29, 2009, 04:39:52 pm »

2012 election
Democratic primaries


President Obama - Red
Senator Warner - Blue

The popular Senator Warner of Virginia challenged the incumbent President Obama to the Democratic Nomination only to be swiftly beaten back on Super Tuesday.


Republican primaries
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Green - Senator Crist
Blue - Governor Romney
Orange - Governor Sanford
Red - Governor Huckabee
Yellow - Governor Palin
Light Teal(?) - Governor Jindal (Louisiana and Rhode Island)
Black - Senator Crist wins by default due to Governor Romney's concession

Romney, the early frontrunner, lost the Republican nomination at the final hurdle. Charlie Crist, who came second in the popular vote, edged out Mitt Romney to the nomination thanks to the endorsements of Governor's Huckabee, Sanford, Jindal and Palin. Can the former Governor and current Junior Senator from Florida beat the incumbent Barack Obama after the pair have become almost bi-partisan allies over the course of Obama's first term?


General Election


President Barack Obama (D-IL)/Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) - 440 electoral votes and 69,749,613 (57.1%) popular votes
Senator Charlie Crist (R-FL)/Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR) - 98 electoral votes and 43,837,451 (35.9%) popular votes
Former Governor Jesse Ventura (L-MN)/Representative Ron Paul (L-TX) - 8,541,759 (7.0%) popular votes
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« Reply #53 on: July 30, 2009, 04:55:37 pm »

I've just played a scenario which took place in 2008 with Kerry as the incumbent President after beating GWB in 2004. I played as John Kerry.

Kerry, having become unpopular, faced primary challenges from 4 other Democrats with his closest opponent being Former Representative and V.P. nominee Geraldine Ferraro (LOL!) with Governor Ed Rendell and Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthanal in third and fourth place respectively. Blumenthal dropped out early on in the primaries and endorsed Representative Ferraro. Ferraro's picked up some strong momentum after winning alot of the early states (Kerry carried Nevada, Rendell carried South Carolina and Blumenthal carried Michigan). This momentum carried her to some strong wins on Super Tuesday. It seemed like a sure thing that Ferraro would become the Democratic nominee until "Mini Tuesday" in March when Kerry pulled off an unexpected victory in Ohio. Kerry's only other victory following Ohio was in Indiana.  Rendell went on the pick up some heavy momentum, as Ferraro's began to fizzle out, leading him to some strong wins in the final primaries, although he remained in a distant third place. Governor Rendell went onto endorse President Kerry in July, giving Kerry a majority of the delegates making him the Democratic Nominee.

Due to Vice President John Edwards' resignation midway through his term, President Kerry selected Senator Barack Obama as his new running mate. Due to the strongly divided primary battle for the Democrats, Kerry began the general election far behind Governor Mitt Romney (who beat VP Cheney, Sec. Powell, Sec. Rice, Sen. McCain and Gov. Perry in the Republican primary) in the polls, leading in only 8 states. Kerry climbed his way up in the polls until he was tied with the Governor. The weekend before the election, the tied "swing states" were Oregon, Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Missouri, Arkansas and Colorado. President Kerry rested his hopes, once again, on a win in Ohio.




President John Kerry (D-MA)/Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) - 305 electoral votes and 84,125,338 (47.2%) popular votes
Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Former Senator George Allen (R-VA) - 233 electoral votes and 76,719,219 (43.1%) popular votes
Others (Badnarik and Peroutka) - 17,327,298 (9.8%) popular votes
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« Reply #54 on: July 31, 2009, 06:07:57 am »

Where might one download the 1992 and 2008 Enhanced scenarios?

I need the 1992 scenario aswell. I've uploaded the 2008 enhanced scenario for you.

http://rapidshare.com/files/262097432/2008enhancedscenarioP4E.zip.html
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« Reply #55 on: July 31, 2009, 03:56:01 pm »

1996 election scenario



President Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Vice President Al Gore (D-TN) - 489 electoral votes and 66,492,537 (56.0%) popular votes
Former Senator Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-KS)/Governor John Engler (R-MI) - 49 electoral votes and 38,755,063 (32.7%) popular votes
Former Governor Richard Lamm (Reform-CO)/Pat Choate (Reform-DC) - 13,426,569 (11.3%) popular votes
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« Reply #56 on: July 31, 2009, 05:02:39 pm »

Could I have a link to the 1996 scenario? Or did you create it?

It's from the theory spark forum.

http://rapidshare.com/files/130381018/United_States_-_1996.zip.html
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« Reply #57 on: August 01, 2009, 09:35:20 am »

2008 enhanced scenario

Democratic Primaries
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Blue - Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)
Green - Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) (I played as Obama in the primaries)
Red - Former Vice President Al Gore (D-TN)

Just 5 candidates entered their names for the democratic primaries (Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, John Edwards and Russ Feingold). Vice President Gore took an early lead in the delegate count as he won all but one (Florida) of the early primaries leaving Super Tuesday a complete toss up between Senators Clinton and Obama. Gore pulled off some unexpected victories on Super Tuesday leaving him in a strong third place with Senator Clinton in second and Senator Obama far ahead in first, although short of a majority of the delegates. By the time the Montana and South Dakota primaries were over, Senator Obama was leading Hillary in the popular vote almost 2-1, he had 45%, and Vice President Gore was just 2% behind Clinton. Obama, having fallen just 100 delegates short of a majority, requested that Gore withdraw from the race and endorse him, a request which the former Vice President declined. Al Gore endorsed Hillary Clinton in July giving her a slim majority of the delegates. At the convention, the true victor, Barack Obama conceded to Senator Clinton. Many in the party had thought that Clinton would select Obama as her running mate, but she chose Governor Brian Schweitzer of Montana.


Republican Primaries
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Green - Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)
Blue - Senator John McCain (R-AZ)
Yellow - Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
Red - Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
Orange - Former Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN)


General Election


Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Governor Brian Schweitzer (D-MT) - 356 electoral votes and 68,228,572 (52.9%) popular votes
Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY) - 182 electoral votes and 60,791,721 (47.1%) popular votes
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« Reply #58 on: August 01, 2009, 04:03:16 pm »

2008 election scenario

Democratic primaries


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) - 50.8% PV/2098 delegates
Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) - 49.2% PV/2078 delegates


General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) - 514 electoral votes and 73,872,982 (63.0%) popular votes
Former Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN)/Former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Newt Gingrich (R-GA) - 24 electoral votes and 43,315,601 (37.0%) popular votes
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« Reply #59 on: August 06, 2009, 08:49:10 am »

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David Coppersmith (R) : 35.34%
(Blue, me)
Mike Bloomberg (I) : 34.77% (green)
David Paterson (D) : 29.89% (red)


played my friend's President forever at his house. He made his own 2010 Governor of NY scenario.

Really, don't ask what happened, WTF at queens....I won queens...

Didn't know there were gubernatorial P4E versions.

Check out the theory spark site, there's quite a few that you can just add to your own game.

http://scenarios.theoryspark.com/category/p4e8/
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« Reply #60 on: August 06, 2009, 07:29:46 pm »

2008 enhanced version

Democratic Primaries
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Green - Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)
Red - Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)
Orange/Brown - Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM) [Endorsed Senator Clinton]


Republican Primaries
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Blue - Former Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN)
Green - Senator John McCain (R-AZ)
Red - Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
Yellow - Former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Newt Gingrich (R-GA)
White - Senator Thompson wins by defaults due to Senator McCain's withdrawal

General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) - 314 electoral votes and 66,877,036 (51.3%) popular votes
Former Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN)/Representative Eric Cantor (D-VA-7) - 224 electoral votes and 61,467,830 (47.1%) popular votes
Others (Wayne Allen Root (Libertarian) and Chuck Baldwin (Constitution)) - 2,063,604 (1.6%) popular votes
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« Reply #61 on: August 07, 2009, 07:27:28 am »

Anybody else have a weird thing where by the time the Democratic and Republican National Conventions are held, there's only one candidate?

Yes, especially when candidates start withdrawing in July when no one even has a majority...
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« Reply #62 on: August 08, 2009, 04:46:16 pm »

1984 election



Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA)/Former Vice President Walter Mondale (D-MN) - 522 electoral votes and 49,180,589 (55.9%) popular votes
President Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/Vice President George H. W. Bush (R-TX) - 16 electoral votes and 35,385,835 (40.2%) popular votes
Former Representative John Anderson (I-IL)/Former Ambassador to Mexico Patrick Lucey (I-WI) - 3,479,987 (4.0%) popular votes

Going into election day, Senator Kennedy had 280 electoral votes in his column. With the help of one Pro-Kennedy ad and one Anti-Reagan ad, Kennedy swept the undecideds to become the 41st President of the United States.
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« Reply #63 on: August 09, 2009, 08:06:48 am »

1984 election



Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA)/Former Vice President Walter Mondale (D-MN) - 522 electoral votes and 49,180,589 (55.9%) popular votes
President Ronald Reagan (R-CA)/Vice President George H. W. Bush (R-TX) - 16 electoral votes and 35,385,835 (40.2%) popular votes
Former Representative John Anderson (I-IL)/Former Ambassador to Mexico Patrick Lucey (I-WI) - 3,479,987 (4.0%) popular votes

Going into election day, Senator Kennedy had 280 electoral votes in his column. With the help of one Pro-Kennedy ad and one Anti-Reagan ad, Kennedy swept the undecideds to become the 41st President of the United States.
General Election, or from the primaries?

Just the general election.
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« Reply #64 on: August 09, 2009, 04:44:51 pm »

2008 election

Democratic primaries
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Green - Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)
Red - Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)

Republican Primaries
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Green - Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)
Blue - Senator John McCain (R-AZ)
Orange/Brown - Former Senator George Allen (R-VA)
Red - Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
Yellow - Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)

General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) - 289 electoral votes and 57,795,162 (48.9%) popular votes
Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY) - 249 electoral votes and 47,345,799 (40.0%) popular votes
Others (Badnarik and Peroutka) - 13,163,473 (11.1%) popular votes
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« Reply #65 on: August 12, 2009, 05:13:11 pm »

2008 election scenario



Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN)/Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) - 431 electoral votes and 67,003,996 (56.6%) popular votes
Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Senator John McCain (R-AZ) - 107 electoral votes and 48,888,000 (41.3%) popular votes
Others (Badnarik and Peroutka) - 2,567,125 (2.2%) popular votes
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« Reply #66 on: August 14, 2009, 03:19:46 pm »






Barack Obama (D-IL) / Bill Richardson (D-NM) : 285
David Coppersmith (R-NC) / John McCain (R-AZ) : 263

I lost Ohio by 2%, polls showed me up by 6% there.

Who's David Coppersmith?


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I was too lazy to bother doing the map, so I took a screenshot.

Senator Eugene McCarthy/ Senator George McGovern (D)
Mr. Richard Nixon/ Governor Spiro Agnew (R)
Governor George Wallace/ General Curtis LeMay (I)

The primaries were as intense as they were in reality-- I narrowly won against Humphrey and Kennedy, went along lines of ideology rather than practicality when choosing George McGovern as my running mate and then had to contend with a "McCarthy's nomination splits party" event.

The election phase was tough, but I eventually won. Wallace and Nixon split the right-wing vote so much that I was able to capture Texas, which was a big boost. I actually outperformed Nixon in a few of the Wallace states.





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« Reply #67 on: August 16, 2009, 06:43:05 pm »

2008 enhanced scenario

Democratic Primaries


Green - Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)
Blue - Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)
Red - Former Senator John Edwards (D-NC)


Republican Primaries


Red - Senator John McCain (R-AZ)
Green - Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)
Blue - Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-IA)
Grey - Senator McCain wins by default due to the withdrawal of Former Governors Romney and Huckabee


General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Governor Tim Kaine (D-VA) - 274 electoral votes and 67,346,292 (52.2%) popular votes
Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Former Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE) - 264 electoral votes and 61,674,002 (47.8%) popular votes
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« Reply #68 on: August 18, 2009, 12:59:13 pm »

2008 enhanced

Democratic Primaries


Green - Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)
Blue - Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)
Red - Former Senator John Edwards (D-NC)

Republican Primaries


Green - Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)
Blue - Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
Red - Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
Grey - Romney win by default due to Giuliani and Huckabee withdrawal


General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN) - 313 electoral votes and 70,536,902 (54.7%) popular votes
Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge (R-PA) - 225 electoral votes and 58,483,391 (45.3%)
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« Reply #69 on: August 20, 2009, 03:06:46 pm »

2016 election scenario



Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE)/Senator Mark Begich (D-AK) - 469 electoral votes and 82,339,337 (48.3%) popular votes
Former Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA)/Senator Charlie Crist (R-FL) - 69 electoral votes and 55,985,980 (32.8%) popular votes
Others - 32,283,700 (18.9%) popular votes
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« Reply #70 on: August 24, 2009, 06:26:09 pm »

2008 Election - Enhanced Scenario

Democratic Primaries


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) (Green)
Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) (Blue)
Former Senator John Edwards (Red)


Republican Primaries


Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) (Green)
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY) (Blue)
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) (Red)


General Election


Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) - 327 electoral votes and 68,705,214 (52.9%) popular votes
Former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) - 211 electoral votes and 58,210,588 (44.8%) popular votes
Others - 2,921,202 (2.2%) popular votes
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« Reply #71 on: August 25, 2009, 06:26:21 am »

Played the 1968 Scenario as Eugene McCarthy. After a nailbitter primary battle with Humphrey (it was down to about a 60 delegate difference), I won, but at the cost of about half the Democratic party base, most of which went to Wallace. Nixon was ahead of me by about 15 points entering the general election, but attacking his integrity, along with a massive ad campaign following cash infusions, allowed for me to come back, and then surpass Nixon in the polls. By election day, I knew that I had the won, but I was hoping for a larger electoral success. I largely failed to achieve that, but I managed to capture all the toss-up states in which I was within 1st-2nd place.



Eugene McCarthy (D-MN)/George McGovern (D-SD) 39,424,780 46.8% / 368 Electoral
Richard Nixon (R-CA)/John Tower (R-TX) 29,226,711 34.7% / 79 Electoral
George Wallace (AI-AL)/James Rhodes (R-OH) 15,591,079 18.5% / 91 Electoral

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« Reply #72 on: August 30, 2009, 05:52:22 am »

1988 (as Kennedy):




Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA)/Mario M. Cuomo (D-NY) 55,575,646 46.4% / 264 electoral votes
Pat Robertson (R-VA)/Robert J. Dole (R-KS) 54,730,393 45.7% / 274 electoral votes
Ron Paul (L-TX)/??? (L-??) 9,357,804 7.9% / 0 electoral votes

California was raaaaazor-thin.  Like 2,000 votes thin. Sad

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« Reply #73 on: August 30, 2009, 10:41:53 am »

1988



Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA)/Senator Al Gore (D-TN) - 323 electoral votes and 60,319,192 (50.4%) popular votes
Vice President George H. W. Bush (R-TX)/Senator Dan Quayle (R-IN) - 215 electoral votes and 53,991,416 (45.1%) popular votes
Others (Paul, Fulani) - 5,455,061 (4.6%) popular votes

President-elect Kennedy pulled off a fairly easy win on election night after the election looked to be extremely close on election day, with the Senator ahead by just 0.3% in the polls, but still far behind Vice President Bush in projections for the electoral college.
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« Reply #74 on: August 30, 2009, 03:42:02 pm »


Ted Kennedy: 49.2% PV, 309 EV
George HW Bush: 49.2% PV, 229 EV
Ron Paul: 1.6% PV, 0 EV

The national margin was 2,803 votes.

Who won the PV? Kennedy or Bush?
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