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« Reply #1525 on: February 13, 2009, 12:17:37 am »



Paul Tsongas/Bill Clinton - 271 EV - 36.7%
George Bush/Pat Buchanan - 260 EV - 37.8%
Ross Perot/Pat Choate - 7 EV - 25.5%
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« Reply #1526 on: February 18, 2009, 06:03:29 pm »


Gore: 47.1% PV (57,333,427), 323 EV
Bush: 47.1% PV (57,319,113), 215 EV
Nader: 3.7% PV (4,533,557), 0 EV
Buchanan: 2% PV (2,453,099), 0 EV

Gore's best state was Rhode Island, with 82.6%
Bush's best state was Oklahoma, with 92.3%
Nader's best state was Alaska, with 17.5%
Buchanan's best state was Alaska, with 16.8%.

Gore won Wyoming by 204 votes.
Bush won Delaware by 313 votes.
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« Reply #1527 on: February 18, 2009, 08:41:36 pm »

I ran 1860 as a straight up Lincoln v. Bell, and got this:

Lincoln: 73% PV, 303 EV
Bell: 27% PV, 0 EV
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« Reply #1528 on: February 19, 2009, 07:07:12 pm »


Gore: 47.1% PV (57,333,427), 323 EV
Bush: 47.1% PV (57,319,113), 215 EV
Nader: 3.7% PV (4,533,557), 0 EV
Buchanan: 2% PV (2,453,099), 0 EV

Gore's best state was Rhode Island, with 82.6%
Bush's best state was Oklahoma, with 92.3%
Nader's best state was Alaska, with 17.5%
Buchanan's best state was Alaska, with 16.8%.

Gore won Wyoming by 204 votes.
Bush won Delaware by 313 votes.

How did Buchanan and Nader do overall? I know they did well in Alaska but, for example, Buchanan must've scored in the mid-20s or something in order for Gore to win Wyoming.
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« Reply #1529 on: February 19, 2009, 07:41:33 pm »

Nader and Buchanan both did very well.  They combined for nearly 6% of the popular vote, and broke 10% in multiple states each.  In DC, Nader finished ahead of Bush, and Oklahoma was the only state where neither of them reached 2%.
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« Reply #1530 on: February 20, 2009, 02:01:41 am »

Nader and Buchanan both did very well.  They combined for nearly 6% of the popular vote, and broke 10% in multiple states each.  In DC, Nader finished ahead of Bush, and Oklahoma was the only state where neither of them reached 2%.

But why was Wyoming so close and why did Gore win it?
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« Reply #1531 on: February 20, 2009, 04:02:08 pm »

Nader and Buchanan both did very well.  They combined for nearly 6% of the popular vote, and broke 10% in multiple states each.  In DC, Nader finished ahead of Bush, and Oklahoma was the only state where neither of them reached 2%.

But why was Wyoming so close and why did Gore win it?

Right, sorry.  I don't know why it was so close, but Gore won by 0.1%.  Both Nader and Buchanan broke 10%, and Gore got 39%.
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« Reply #1532 on: February 20, 2009, 09:58:20 pm »


Ford: 46.5% PV, 271 EV
Carter: 51.5% PV, 267 EV
McCarthy: 2% PV, 0 EV

Ford's best state was Montana, at 71.4%.
Carter's best state was Georgia, at 84.7%.
McCarthy's best state was California, at 10.3%.

Carter won South Dakota by 329 votes.
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« Reply #1533 on: February 20, 2009, 10:15:01 pm »

Nader and Buchanan both did very well.  They combined for nearly 6% of the popular vote, and broke 10% in multiple states each.  In DC, Nader finished ahead of Bush, and Oklahoma was the only state where neither of them reached 2%.

But why was Wyoming so close and why did Gore win it?

Right, sorry.  I don't know why it was so close, but Gore won by 0.1%.  Both Nader and Buchanan broke 10%, and Gore got 39%.

So maybe this was the result? Gore 39%, Bush 38.9%, Nader+Buchanan 22.1%.
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« Reply #1534 on: February 20, 2009, 10:21:24 pm »

Nader and Buchanan both did very well.  They combined for nearly 6% of the popular vote, and broke 10% in multiple states each.  In DC, Nader finished ahead of Bush, and Oklahoma was the only state where neither of them reached 2%.

But why was Wyoming so close and why did Gore win it?

Right, sorry.  I don't know why it was so close, but Gore won by 0.1%.  Both Nader and Buchanan broke 10%, and Gore got 39%.

So maybe this was the result? Gore 39%, Bush 38.9%, Nader+Buchanan 22.1%.

Yeah, that was it.
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« Reply #1535 on: February 21, 2009, 08:16:57 am »

I played as Hillary Clinton in the 2008 Democratic Primaries, and i won most of the the early Primaries, and going into Super Tuesday i was about 10 points ahead of Obama nationally, and i was ahead in most of the states, Obama was ahead in about two or three, and there were a couple of ties, and Obama won every state on Super Tuesday! I couldn't beat him after that.
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« Reply #1536 on: February 24, 2009, 02:32:59 pm »



Barbour v. Obama v. Ventura in 2012. Say hello to President Haley Barbour! He almost pissed away a 10% lead and won by just 3%.

Any popular vote totals by state?
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« Reply #1537 on: February 25, 2009, 08:22:57 pm »


Casey: 51% PV, 494 EV
Dole: 33.8% PV, 44 EV
Perot: 15.2% PV, 3 EV

Casey's best state was Illinois, with 83.9%.
Dole's best state was North Dakota, with 87.1%.
Perot's best state was Alaska, with 35.7%.
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« Reply #1538 on: March 04, 2009, 02:21:26 pm »



Hillary Clinton/John McCain: 82.9% PV, 538 EV
Ron Paul/Mike Huckabee: 15.9% PV, 0 EV
Mary Ruwart: 0.6% PV, 0 EV
Charles Baldwin: 0.6% PV, 0 EV

Clinton's best state was Wisconsin, with 91.6%
Paul's best state was Alaska, with 34.1%
Ruwart's best state was Texas, with 1.5%
Baldwins best state was Ohio, with 1.2%
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« Reply #1539 on: March 05, 2009, 03:17:53 pm »

I ran 1860 as a straight up Lincoln v. Bell, and got this:

Lincoln: 73% PV, 303 EV
Bell: 27% PV, 0 EV

How does one get <50% in a two way race?
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« Reply #1540 on: March 05, 2009, 05:11:39 pm »

I ran 1860 as a straight up Lincoln v. Bell, and got this:

Lincoln: 73% PV, 303 EV
Bell: 27% PV, 0 EV

How does one get <50% in a two way race?

South Carolina didn't hold elections back then for electors. Therefore, the evcalc shows SC as >30% on all maps until they started holding elections.
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« Reply #1541 on: March 05, 2009, 05:26:53 pm »

I ran 1860 as a straight up Lincoln v. Bell, and got this:

Lincoln: 73% PV, 303 EV
Bell: 27% PV, 0 EV

How does one get <50% in a two way race?

South Carolina didn't hold elections back then for electors. Therefore, the evcalc shows SC as >30% on all maps until they started holding elections.

     That always annoys me. I usually just edit the URL to reflect the result that PF gives. Even though it isn't accurate, it helps reflect the margin of the election's outcome.
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« Reply #1542 on: March 15, 2009, 09:26:57 am »

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This is a fictional 2012 scenario with McCain as President.

John McCain - 423 ECV's
Russ Feingold - 115 ECV's
Ron Paul - 0 ECV's

John McCain - 58,888,733 - 47%
Russ Feingold - 47,495,630 - 37.9%
Ron Paul - 18,862,513 - 15.1%
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« Reply #1543 on: March 15, 2009, 09:51:36 am »

In the future, Garrison, can you give us the state-by-state PV totals?  Thanks Smiley
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« Reply #1544 on: March 18, 2009, 08:29:52 pm »

Bentsen vs Robertson vs Paul vs Fulani 1988



I was Bentsen.

Bentsen:538 61% of the popular vote
Robertson:0 32.9% of the popular vote
Paul:0 2.4% of the popular vote
Fulani:0 3.7% of the popular vote
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« Reply #1545 on: March 29, 2009, 09:27:53 pm »

In a 1952 scenario I made I finally elected Harold Stassen as President of the United States!



Harold Stassen/Sherman Adams (R): 472 EV; 62% (49,257,042) of the PV
Adlai Stevenson/John Sparkman (D): 59 EV; 37% (29,070,762) of the PV

Hooray for President Stassen! Cheesy
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« Reply #1546 on: March 30, 2009, 12:59:20 am »
« Edited: April 02, 2009, 01:21:20 pm by Progressive as a Bull Moose. »

Cuomo/Gore vs Bush/Voinovich vs Perot/Choate



Cuomo:411 40.9% of the popular vote
Bush:116    34.9% of the popular vote
Perot:11     24.1% of the popular vote
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« Reply #1547 on: May 06, 2009, 06:28:22 pm »



The Royer scenario.

Royer/Boutin (R) 50,217,639 42.6% / 451 EV
Royal/Montebourg (D) 37,873,190 32.1% / 87 EV
Bayrou/de Sarnez (I) 29,808,852 25.3% / 0 EV

Best:
Royer: Utah with 65.9% (Bayrou 17.6%, Royal 16.6%)
Royal: DC with 56.4% (Royer 25.6%, Bayrou 18%)
Bayrou: New Jersey with 30.4% (Royer 35.6%, Royal 34%)

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« Reply #1548 on: May 07, 2009, 02:37:52 pm »

I Played as Seth Gillette in the West Wing 2006 Presidential Election. I used a toned down campaign and campaigned in the West and a number of New England states. Though this wasn't the keep to victory, I wanted to try it and the results were somewhat a suprise. California went to Baker with 50.9% to Vinick's 49.1% and was the deciding state for the election. My best state was ND with the 2nd place finish of 27.3%, which I only got 2nd place over Baker by 7 votes.



(D)-Baker/Santos: 49.8%, 285 PV
(R)-Vinick/Sullivan: 48.7%, 253 PV
(I)-Gillette/Wade: 1.5%, 0 EV
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« Reply #1549 on: May 07, 2009, 03:48:42 pm »

Oh boy! I've been playing the demo for President Forever for the past few days. The game should come in the mail tomorrow. I'll probably be the biggest addict to it ever! What sucks so much about the demo is that it stops you, right as you are really starting to gain momentum. I've saved it a couple times, but I'm not sure if I'll be able to load them once I download the software.
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