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« Reply #2050 on: January 05, 2010, 10:11:42 pm »

2008 I played as Warner

Warner/Bayh 434 EV, 53% PV
Guiliani/Owens 104 EV, 45% PV
Others 2%
I tried to focus on the south. toward the end Rudy started gaing a ton of momentum and surged back from the low 30's and if the game last 2 or three more turns, he might have won.
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« Reply #2051 on: January 05, 2010, 11:11:56 pm »
« Edited: January 05, 2010, 11:13:45 pm by GLPman »

2008 - I played as Clark. The closest states were North Dakota and Montana. Ignore NE-2.



Fmr. United States General Wesley Clark (D-AR) / Governor Timothy Kaine (D-VA) - 396 EVs, 53.4%
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) / Governor Sonny Perdue (R-GA) - 142 EVs, 46.6%
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« Reply #2052 on: January 10, 2010, 08:21:38 pm »

2008 Clinton (D) vs Paul (R) vs Me (I)

I edited myself into the game as an Independent. By some act of God Ron Paul won the GOP primaries. for a while Paul was leading but I ended up spliting the vote with him allowing Clinton to win.
Clinton 45% PV, 460 EV 
Paul 37% PV, 64% EV
Me 20% PV, 14% EV
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« Reply #2053 on: January 11, 2010, 02:10:53 pm »
« Edited: January 11, 2010, 02:12:38 pm by GLPman »

2004 - I played as Dean. I would have won Ohio, Michigan, and Pennsylvania if Bush didn't hit me with two scandals in final week. Third parties didn't help, either. Pennsylvania was the closest state; I lost by 0.4%



Governor Howard B. Dean (D-VT) / Senator John B. Breaux (D-LA) - 247 EVs, 47.7%
President George W. Bush (R-TX) / Vice President Richard "Dick" Cheney (R-WY) - 291 EVs, 48.4%
Other - 0 EVs, 3.4%
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« Reply #2054 on: January 11, 2010, 04:48:21 pm »

2008 - I ran as Mitt Romney. I solified my leads in the lead-off states, and won every one except South Carolina, where I lost by two points to McCain. After that, the election swayed heavily in my favor, and I won Super Tuesday. Thompson won Tennesse, McCain ended up winning abou 10 states, and Gingrich won Georgia. McCain took it to the convention, and lost. I chose Sarah Palin as my running mate.
It was wonk edition on Hard, so I expected it to be difficult, but it wasn't. The Democrats were divided, and Obama eeked out a narrow victory. The election was a cakewalk for Romney...

Romney/Palin: 58% 75.3 million votes   452 EV
Obama/Zinni: 40.2% 52.9 million votes   86 EV
Barr/Root: 1.2% 1.5 million votes            00 EV


California and Illinois were the closest states.
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« Reply #2055 on: January 11, 2010, 07:56:26 pm »

Primaries



Romney- Red
Gingrich- Blue
McCain- Green
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« Reply #2056 on: January 14, 2010, 08:23:16 am »

President Forever... where thinga absolutely impossible are possible

2008 - I ran as Mitt Romney. I solified my leads in the lead-off states, and won every one except South Carolina, where I lost by two points to McCain. After that, the election swayed heavily in my favor, and I won Super Tuesday. Thompson won Tennesse, McCain ended up winning abou 10 states, and Gingrich won Georgia. McCain took it to the convention, and lost. I chose Sarah Palin as my running mate.
It was wonk edition on Hard, so I expected it to be difficult, but it wasn't. The Democrats were divided, and Obama eeked out a narrow victory. The election was a cakewalk for Romney...

Romney/Palin: 58% 75.3 million votes   452 EV
Obama/Zinni: 40.2% 52.9 million votes   86 EV
Barr/Root: 1.2% 1.5 million votes            00 EV


California and Illinois were the closest states.
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« Reply #2057 on: January 16, 2010, 12:43:07 am »
« Edited: January 16, 2010, 04:05:48 pm by A-Bob »



Clinton 3EV 29.7%PV
Bush 478EV 39.9%PV
Perot 57EV 30.4%PV
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« Reply #2058 on: January 17, 2010, 03:46:55 pm »

I ran as Johnson in 2012. One of my best performances ever. I started last in the primaries, and ended up winning the nomination, focusing on western states. Selected Romney as my Vice President. Clinton challenged Obama for the nomination, and barely won. She chose Clark. Here is the interesting map...

Johnson: 51.6%
Clinton: 45.6%
Bloomberg: 2.8%

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« Reply #2059 on: January 17, 2010, 11:18:12 pm »
« Edited: January 18, 2010, 12:43:05 am by Barnes »



Governor Mario Cuomo (NY)/Governor Ann Richards (TX) - 501 electoral votes, and 46,992,456 popular votes (45.2%)
President George Bush (TX)/Vice President Dan Quayle (IN) - 37 electoral votes, and 34,772,125 popular votes (33.4%)
Businessman H. Ross Perot (TX)/Admiral James Stockdale (CA) - 0 electoral votes, and 22,279,971 popular votes (21.4%)

I played as Perot, and actually did about five percent better than the polls on election day had me doing. I came within four points of winning Maine. Smiley
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« Reply #2060 on: January 21, 2010, 04:16:03 pm »

2008:



Al Gore/ Hillary Clinton 59.3% (466 electoral votes)

Mitt Romney/ Mike Huckabee 39.1% (72 electoral votes)
Chuck Baldwin/Darrell Castle 1.1% (0 electoral votes)
Mary Ruwart/Wayne Root 0.6% (0 electoral votes)


Gore doesn't seem to have good luck when it comes to Florida...
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« Reply #2061 on: January 21, 2010, 04:40:21 pm »

Carter/Glenn vs Reagan/Crane vs Anderson/Lucey


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« Reply #2062 on: January 21, 2010, 05:55:59 pm »

2012 Johnson vs Obama

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« Reply #2063 on: January 23, 2010, 09:29:03 pm »
« Edited: January 23, 2010, 09:30:37 pm by oakvale »

Funny result in 1980

Governor Hugh Carey (D-NY) / Senator William Proxmire (D-AR) 387 EV, 52.8% of the popular vote

Former Gov. Ronald Reagan (R-CA) / Rep. George Bush (D-TX) 151 EV, 47.2% of the popular vote.





That's a weird election if I've ever seen one. A perfect Eastern-Western split, at least ignoring Alaska and Hawaii.

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« Reply #2064 on: January 27, 2010, 09:38:03 pm »

1992:



George H.W. Bush/ Pete Wilson 45.5% (409 electoral votes)
Bill Clinton/ Al Gore 40.5% (129 electoral votes)
Ross Perot/ James Stockdale 13.9% (0 electoral votes)



Early on, Clinton had 10 point lead in the national polls, but somehow I managed to turn things around by election day.
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« Reply #2065 on: January 29, 2010, 09:46:11 pm »

2004:



Howard Dean/ Bill Richardson 51% 360 electoral votes

George W. Bush/ Dick Cheney 46.9% 178 electoral votes
Ralph Nader/ Peter Camejo 0.7%  0 electoral votes
Michael Badnarik/ Richard Campagna 0.7% 0 electoral votes
Michael Peroutka/ Chuck Baldwin 0.7% 0 electoral votes


I have no idea how Dean ended up losing MN on election night.


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« Reply #2066 on: February 01, 2010, 01:34:52 am »

Obama/Bayh vs Mccain/Pataki 08



Barack Obama/Evan Bayh 53.4% 394 EV
John Mccain/George Pataki 45.2% 144 EV
Other 1.4% 0 EV


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« Reply #2067 on: February 02, 2010, 03:47:10 am »

1980:



Ben Fernandez/ George H.W. Bush 47.2% (442 electoral votes)

James Carter/ Walter Mondale 41% (96 electoral votes)
John Anderson/ Patrick Lucey 11.8% (0 electoral votes)

Another bizarre election result brought to you by President Forever. Yes, in a national 1980 Republican blowout, the Democrats managed to win Indiana, Vermont, and Connecticut, but Fernandez somehow managed to pick up West Virginia and Rhode Island from Carter.
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« Reply #2068 on: February 03, 2010, 02:56:38 am »

2000:


Alan Keyes/Condoleezza Rice 49.1% (270 electoral votes)
Al Gore/ Dick Gephardt 47.2% (268 electoral votes)
Ralph Nader/ Winona LaDuke 2.7% (0 electoral votes)
Pat Buchanan/ Ezola Foster 0.9% (0 electoral votes)

Another ridiculous outcome from P4E. Apparently it doesn't take into account race or radicalism in determining candidate's effects on states. If it weren't for running out of money and getting hit with 3 scandals in the final week, it would have been a blowout victory for Keyes.

Closest states were Vermont, Maine, Ohio, and Delaware, all lost by Alan Keyes by less than 1%. Roll Eyes
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« Reply #2069 on: February 03, 2010, 06:11:03 pm »



Perrot 293
Bush 177
Cuomo 68
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« Reply #2070 on: February 03, 2010, 09:57:26 pm »

Here's my map for my 1796 scenario.



I ran as Jefferson with George Clinton as my VP, but John Jay was the Federalist nominee and won somehow. My Scenario hates Jefferson for some reason
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« Reply #2071 on: February 03, 2010, 10:04:42 pm »

Here's my map for my 1796 scenario.



I ran as Jefferson with George Clinton as my VP, but John Jay was the Federalist nominee and won somehow. My Scenario hates Jefferson for some reason

Virginia and West Virginia are separate states?
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« Reply #2072 on: February 04, 2010, 07:44:44 am »

No, i had to use 2008's map to use the EVC.
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« Reply #2073 on: February 04, 2010, 09:44:18 pm »

2000:


Alan Keyes/Condoleezza Rice 49.1% (270 electoral votes)
Al Gore/ Dick Gephardt 47.2% (268 electoral votes)
Ralph Nader/ Winona LaDuke 2.7% (0 electoral votes)
Pat Buchanan/ Ezola Foster 0.9% (0 electoral votes)

Another ridiculous outcome from P4E. Apparently it doesn't take into account race or radicalism in determining candidate's effects on states. If it weren't for running out of money and getting hit with 3 scandals in the final week, it would have been a blowout victory for Keyes.

Closest states were Vermont, Maine, Ohio, and Delaware, all lost by Alan Keyes by less than 1%. Roll Eyes

What!?
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« Reply #2074 on: February 05, 2010, 09:38:12 pm »

2000:



John McCain/John Engler 55.1% (497 electoral votes)
Al Gore/Joe Lieberman 42.1% (41 electoral votes)
Ralph Nader/Winona LaDuke 2.8% (0 electoral votes)
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