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« Reply #2250 on: August 04, 2010, 12:07:48 am »

Atlasia Forever: Oct. 2010 : Pop Primaries

Here is a taste of the scenario Dallas is working on I played as myself.

Dallas had an early lead in most states but started losing ground after my wins in IA and NH. Then AndrewCT kept his campaign alive after performing well in the south and a big win in NY. I did not secure enough delegates until the last Primary avoiding a convention fight.



JBrase - 1081 delegates, 40.6%

Dallasfan65 - 514 delegates, 31.5%
AndrewCT 445 Delegates, 27.9%


cool Cheesy

Thanks.

This scenario is still in it's earlier stages, but I'll let everybody know when an official version is out. Lot of stuff still needs tinkering with.

are you planning on adding the other major parties?

Well, P4E is conducive to a 2-major party system, but if you want things to be interesting, I could make a scenario with three parties going at it.

(What would really be fun is if I did February 2010.)

Cheesy Please do

Could you do POP, JCP, DA and RPP? Cheesy

Well, that seems like an unlikely scenario for October. Tongue

I had POP v RPP v DA/JCP in mind for the alternate.

That would work. Would you just be putting in top competitors or also minor candidates?
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« Reply #2251 on: August 04, 2010, 12:14:57 am »

Atlasia Forever: Oct. 2010 : Pop Primaries

Here is a taste of the scenario Dallas is working on I played as myself.

Dallas had an early lead in most states but started losing ground after my wins in IA and NH. Then AndrewCT kept his campaign alive after performing well in the south and a big win in NY. I did not secure enough delegates until the last Primary avoiding a convention fight.



JBrase - 1081 delegates, 40.6%

Dallasfan65 - 514 delegates, 31.5%
AndrewCT 445 Delegates, 27.9%


cool Cheesy

Thanks.

This scenario is still in it's earlier stages, but I'll let everybody know when an official version is out. Lot of stuff still needs tinkering with.

are you planning on adding the other major parties?

Well, P4E is conducive to a 2-major party system, but if you want things to be interesting, I could make a scenario with three parties going at it.

(What would really be fun is if I did February 2010.)

Cheesy Please do

Could you do POP, JCP, DA and RPP? Cheesy

Well, that seems like an unlikely scenario for October. Tongue

I had POP v RPP v DA/JCP in mind for the alternate.

That would work. Would you just be putting in top competitors or also minor candidates?

I could do a bunch of minor candidates that are initially turned-off, but are optional to turn on. (Several POP's in the primary, for instance.)

Want me to email you a draft I've got going on right now? It still needs some fleshing out/fine tuning but it's playable.
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« Reply #2252 on: August 04, 2010, 12:36:45 am »

Atlasia Forever: Oct. 2010 : Pop Primaries

Here is a taste of the scenario Dallas is working on I played as myself.

Dallas had an early lead in most states but started losing ground after my wins in IA and NH. Then AndrewCT kept his campaign alive after performing well in the south and a big win in NY. I did not secure enough delegates until the last Primary avoiding a convention fight.



JBrase - 1081 delegates, 40.6%

Dallasfan65 - 514 delegates, 31.5%
AndrewCT 445 Delegates, 27.9%


cool Cheesy

Thanks.

This scenario is still in it's earlier stages, but I'll let everybody know when an official version is out. Lot of stuff still needs tinkering with.

are you planning on adding the other major parties?

Well, P4E is conducive to a 2-major party system, but if you want things to be interesting, I could make a scenario with three parties going at it.

(What would really be fun is if I did February 2010.)

Cheesy Please do

Could you do POP, JCP, DA and RPP? Cheesy

Well, that seems like an unlikely scenario for October. Tongue

I had POP v RPP v DA/JCP in mind for the alternate.

That would work. Would you just be putting in top competitors or also minor candidates?

I could do a bunch of minor candidates that are initially turned-off, but are optional to turn on. (Several POP's in the primary, for instance.)

Want me to email you a draft I've got going on right now? It still needs some fleshing out/fine tuning but it's playable.

Please do Cheesy

Also, are the state's set up to be conservative/liberal based on RL or based on Atlasia?
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« Reply #2253 on: August 04, 2010, 10:27:42 pm »


Green-Dallasfan65
Blue-JBrase
AndrewCT (my future VP though he rejected it the first time I asked Tongue) and Libertas dropped out early on. Arizona and Deleware were early states, but Jbase never picked up even with scandals on me.

In the general I started with a modest lead but that started to fall then pick back up. There were a lot of swing states carrying a lot of electors especially Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, the south west, the northeast and Oregon and Arkansas.
 
POP 52.6%
JCP 47.4%
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« Reply #2254 on: August 04, 2010, 11:02:32 pm »

Did you enjoy the scenario? Cheesy
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« Reply #2255 on: August 04, 2010, 11:25:42 pm »

Can I try?
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« Reply #2256 on: August 04, 2010, 11:49:15 pm »

I'd like to try this scenario as well, if you're willing to forward it my way.
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« Reply #2257 on: August 05, 2010, 12:10:56 am »

Can I try?
I'd like to try this scenario as well, if you're willing to forward it my way.

I'm willing to email it to you guys tomorrow.. It's not a "finalized" version yet, and still has a couple of taps of the hammer/twists of the screw driver that I want to do.

PM me your email addresses?
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« Reply #2258 on: August 05, 2010, 01:16:36 am »

Did you enjoy the scenario? Cheesy

Yes. Though I should have done hard version and not medium to have a more fun primary Smiley Opposition research went extremely well though which is why I had such early success.

Can't wait for the RPP to be added Cheesy
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« Reply #2259 on: August 05, 2010, 07:35:35 am »

2008 enhanced



Former Governor Mark Warner (D-VA)/Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) - 538 electoral votes and 94,852,771 (72.7%) popular votes
Representative Ron Paul (R-TX)/Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) - 28,531,395 (21.9%) popular votes
Others (Root, Baldwin) - 7,005,753 (5.4%) popular votes

Paul collapsed when Thompson withdrew, then Huckabee endorsed Warner and Paul was dead in the water.
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« Reply #2260 on: August 05, 2010, 03:02:53 pm »
« Edited: August 05, 2010, 03:52:47 pm by SE Gov. JBrase »

Atlasia forever +Primaries: October 2010



Jbrase - blue
AndrewCT - green
Libertas - gray
Dallasfan65 - red




Jbrase (POP)/Swedish Cheese (DA): 49.9% PV; 491 EV

Purplestate (DA)/Oakvale (JCP): 39.3% PV;47 EV

AHduke99 (AFL-CIO/RPP)/Inks.LWC (AFL-CIO/RPP): 9.1% PV

Xahar (CP)/Al (CP): 1.7% PV
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« Reply #2261 on: August 05, 2010, 03:14:38 pm »

Where do you play the 2012 version from?
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« Reply #2262 on: August 05, 2010, 10:20:18 pm »

1988:



Ted Kennedy/Gary Hart: 63,215,015 (52.8%) 428 EVs
George Bush/Bob Dole: 49,974,498 (41.8%) 110 EVs
Ron Paul/???: 4,211,004 (3.5%) 0 EVs
Lenora Fulani/???: 2,263,327 (1.9%) 0 EVs
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« Reply #2263 on: August 06, 2010, 10:13:47 am »



Jbrase/Tmthforu94 - 52.2%, 348 EV's
PurpleState/Bacon King - 47.8%, 190 EV's

Most intersting state was definitely Oregon, where Jbrase won by 29 points.
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« Reply #2264 on: August 06, 2010, 11:22:46 am »



Jbrase/Tmthforu94 - 52.2%, 348 EV's
PurpleState/Bacon King - 47.8%, 190 EV's

Most intersting state was definitely Oregon, where Jbrase won by 29 points.
We have our own special thread for this now Smiley
and what happened in Iowa Huh Cry
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« Reply #2265 on: August 08, 2010, 09:51:59 am »

1980:



Jimmy Carter/Edward Kennedy: 510 Electoral Votes, 60.3% PV
Ronald Reagan/John Dalton: 28 Electoral Votes, 39.7% PV
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« Reply #2266 on: August 09, 2010, 04:52:20 pm »

1.7%? Really? Michael Peroutka gets more than that!
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« Reply #2267 on: August 13, 2010, 02:45:15 pm »

tried it again.

POP Primary was a lot closer this time, CT had a strong showing in the early states but his momentum began to die down later on. Dallasfan lost most the early states but as CT's campaign died down, his found new life and began winning more and more states, nearly keeping me below 50% of the delegates. I took the nomination with a decisive victory in Kentucky.



JBrase
AndrewCT
Dallasfan65

The RPP primary was the closest with Inks losing to Duke by only 1 delegate.

The General election was a toss up at first with both Purple State & I polling in the high 30's, and Xahar & Duke both in the single digits. Towards the end a couple high profile scandals and strong performances at the debates ended up sinking PS's campaign.



JBrase/Bullmoose88: 47.7% PV; 418 EV

Puple State/Bacon King: 34.7% PV; 120 EV
AHduke99/Inks.LWC: 15.5%
Xahar/Al: 2.1%
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« Reply #2268 on: August 13, 2010, 03:00:55 pm »

It'd be cool if I were a bit stronger...
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« Reply #2269 on: August 13, 2010, 04:11:26 pm »

It'd be cool if I were a bit stronger...

Well, to be fair, the only thing that changed from the file (Unless Brase has made his own revisions) would be a name change. I just did that as filler.

The next edition will have you performing more robustly. Smiley
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« Reply #2270 on: August 14, 2010, 12:46:34 am »

Dennis Kucinich/Bill Richardson (D) - 385
Ron Paul/Jim DeMint (R) - 153

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« Reply #2271 on: August 14, 2010, 05:52:51 pm »

Well, I lose as Wallace in 1968, but I'm pretty impressed with my showing. I won Florida by a little over 4000 votes and won Oklahoma by 2000. My best states outside of the South were Michigan, Ohio, and Alaska.



Humphrey: 283 EVs, 39.4% PV
Nixon: 135 EVs, 35.1% PV
Wallace: 120 EVs, 25.5% PV
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« Reply #2272 on: August 15, 2010, 03:37:35 pm »

Whew! I just ran a crazy simulation. 1968, running as Wallace with no Democrats. Romney pulls off a few surprises and wins the Republican nomination. Despite leading in popular vote the entire general election, I struggled to attain the number 270. On election night, it all came down to Ohio, where I ended up winning by 27,000 votes.

Romney/Agnew: 45%, 249 EVs
Wallace/LeMay: 55% 289 EVs



It'd be interesting to live on the Missouri-Kansas border. (where I used to live) Wink
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« Reply #2273 on: August 15, 2010, 11:21:12 pm »

Whew! I just ran a crazy simulation. 1968, running as Wallace with no Democrats. Romney pulls off a few surprises and wins the Republican nomination. Despite leading in popular vote the entire general election, I struggled to attain the number 270. On election night, it all came down to Ohio, where I ended up winning by 27,000 votes.

Romney/Agnew: 45%, 249 EVs
Wallace/LeMay: 55% 289 EVs



It'd be interesting to live on the Missouri-Kansas border. (where I used to live) Wink

I'd fear for my life!
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« Reply #2274 on: August 17, 2010, 02:28:07 am »

My first time winning, although I lost as Paul in the Republican Primary.

Mitt Romney/Ron Paul (R), 297, 45.9%
Hillary Clinton/Kathleen Sebelius (D), 241, 45.1%
Ralph Nader/Matt Gonzales (I), 0, 3.6%
Wayne Allyn Root/Steve Kubby (L), 0, 3.1%
Allen Keyes/Chuck Baldwin (C), 1.2%
Cynthia McKinney/Patricia LaMarche (G), 1.1%



Considering how similar the two major-party candidates were, it turned out to be a good year for third-party candidates.  Nader broke ten percent in California, and got twelve percent of the vote in, interestingly enough, Alabama.  Root got ten percent in Kansas.
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