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« Reply #2675 on: December 04, 2013, 11:47:12 pm »


Playing the 2008 scenario with Bayh.

Only on medium, but I'm pretty proud of the results.  The hardest part of the entire game was facing Richardson during the nomination.  I turned all the big guys on both sides off, resulting in a Bayh vs Frist campaign.  Frist led me for a short while, but I pulled ahead and maintained my lead throughout.  After all was said and done I pulled in 66.3% of the popular vote.  Frist got 31.8% and Barr (who I enabled in the hopes of making the race interesting) only garnered 1.9%.  All in all it was a fun match, and I think it is time for me to step up to hard and try my luck.

Also, I must give props to the guy above me; I almost lost after removing the strongest opponents during the primaries.  Can't imagine taking on Bush in '04 and winning.

  
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« Reply #2676 on: December 06, 2013, 08:15:15 pm »

I had a very hard time playing as Huckabee in the primary in 2008, even on easy mode.  In fact, I had to remove Romney, Guiliani, and Thompson to even be competitive.  I was able to basically wrap things up by getting the endorsements of Paul (and Gingrich, who I added) in the middle of the race.  This is what the map looked like by the convention:


Huckabee
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And this is the general:



Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R-AR)/Governor Sarah Palin (R-AK) - 464 EVs (58.3%)
Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)/Former Governor Mark Warner (D-VA) - 74 EVs (41.7%)

The closest state was Illinois.
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« Reply #2677 on: December 09, 2013, 09:49:03 pm »

If I made a 2004 scenario would you all play it?
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« Reply #2678 on: December 09, 2013, 09:49:56 pm »

If I made a 2004 scenario would you all play it?
Sure, the current 2004 scenario is almost impossible to win.
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« Reply #2679 on: December 09, 2013, 10:00:05 pm »

If I made a 2004 scenario would you all play it?
Sure, the current 2004 scenario is almost impossible to win.

There's a current 2004 one? I'm talking about with President Forever 2016. I don't play President Forever 2008, its not as good --minus the editing the map itself feature.
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« Reply #2680 on: December 16, 2013, 05:34:25 pm »

I've been working on a 1972 scenario on and off in my spare time, but it, uh, clearly needs some tweaking -

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« Reply #2681 on: January 20, 2014, 06:48:10 pm »

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« Reply #2682 on: January 20, 2014, 10:04:12 pm »

2004 in Medium:



Gore/Edwards:  61,230,744  53.5%  343 EV's

Bush/Cheney: 48,525,486 42.4% 195 EV's
Badnarik: 2,974,456 2.6%
Nader:   1,047,585  0.9%
Perotka: 666,885 0.6%


Ran a campaign focused on attack Bush for Leadership, Iraq, how Gore would fix the economy and the war on terror. Won Debate 1 and VP Debate, Bush won Town Hall, and tied the third debate.

Focused on Florida, Ohio, NC, and Virginia, yet won three states in the midwest... Interesting, I made Bush look like a child..
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« Reply #2683 on: January 22, 2014, 09:28:06 pm »
« Edited: January 23, 2014, 03:57:29 pm by BrandenCordeiro »

I ran with a Jeb Bush/Susana Martinez (R) ticket in the 2016 election against Hilary Clinton/Mark Warner (D), Gary Johnson/James Gray (L), and Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala (G).

Here is what happened.

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« Reply #2684 on: January 22, 2014, 11:28:55 pm »



Probably the weirdest map I've ever personally had.  Played as Obama on Hard.  I had played through the 2012 Scenario as Romney on Hard Difficulty and had crushed Obama, so I was expecting to have a hard fight ahead of me.  I tried to use scanadals to knock Romney out early on and potentially face someone weaker, but he ended up winning anyway (only funny thing out of all that was Perry winning Iowa).  My vast funds allowed me to air ads pretty much the entire game, which helped a lot.

I started to pull ahead towards the end, and finally went on the offensive in red states.  Came within a few percentage points in most of them.  The closest was by far Nebraska.  I ended up losing it by 318 votes. 

Final scores were:
Obama/Biden: 56.6% 402 EVs 
Romney/Ryan: 43.4% 136 EVs
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« Reply #2685 on: January 23, 2014, 12:01:45 am »




Gore/Obama-61,115,976 51.6% 322 EV's

McCain/Romney-53,649,206 45.3% 216 EV's

Badnarik-2,710,470 2.3%
Perotuka-1,001,665 0.8%


Ran as Gore in the 2008 scenario, picked Obama to unite party. Bombed the debates but won by focusing on Florida.
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« Reply #2686 on: January 24, 2014, 12:16:26 am »

Anyone have any advice running as a Republican in 2008 (on hard difficulty)?  Twice I've ran as Giuliani, and have gotten obliterated both times.  This last time I did much better in the primaries, having it locked up by February (though McCain decided to stick around).  After that I just get my skills up and raise money, prepare ads etc.  While I was a little behind by the time the Democratic Convention rolled around, it was only a few percentage points in key states.

Then as soon as the Republican Convention ends, I lose like 15% points nation wide.  Happened both times, and it is really frustrating.  Does platform matter more than I think and Giuliani has a bad one?  Is it just set up like this?  I didn't finish the first time, and only got 47 electoral votes this time around.  Clinton is just too tough for me to take down.

I noticed that playing the 2000 scenario as McCain had a similar drop post convention, though one that wasn't even close to being as severe.  I was actually able to pull away from that one and narrowly defeat Gore.  Clinton, not even close.
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« Reply #2687 on: January 24, 2014, 05:52:44 pm »
« Edited: January 24, 2014, 06:01:31 pm by BrandenCordeiro »

I am running as Christie/Ayotte. I won the Republican nomination rather easily, and locked it up in March. It is currently May 5, 2016 and I am leading the polls across the country pretty good. I am leading the national vote 47.6%-44.6%, with 2.1 momentum. Gary Johnson is putting up a really good 3rd party bid, as he has 2.1% of the support right now. The Democrats nominated Andrew Cuomo in a very close primary between him and Joe Biden. Biden backed out, but could have forced a brokered convention if he had stood in the race. Cuomo, Biden, Clinton, and O'Malley were all seperated by only 5% for the majority of the race, but eventually Clinton and O'Malley would back out of the race. Here are what the polls look like in what are turning out to be the biggest swing states:

Washington:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 48.7%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 47.7%
Gary Johnson (L)-3.4%
Undecided: 0.1%

Nevada:
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 46.6%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R): 46.1%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.1%
Undecided: 5.2%

New Mexico:

Andrew Cuomo (D)- 42.3%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 41.5%
Gary Johnson (L)-1.6%
Undecided: 14.6%

Colorado:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 45.7%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 43.5%
Gary Johnson (L)-4.5%
Undecided: 6.3%

Missouri:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 48.4%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 46.3%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.8%
Undecided: 2.6%

Iowa:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.6%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 44.3%
Gary Johnson (L)-3.2%
Undecided: 2.9%

Wisconsin:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.7%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 46.4%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.4%
Undecided: 1.5%

Michigan:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 50.7%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 45.4%
Undecided: 1.4%

North Carolina:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 42.8%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 42%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.6%
Undecided: 12.6%

Virginia:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.8%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 47.4%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.1%
Undecided: 2.1%

New Jersey:
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 46.1%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 46%
Gary Johnson (L)-1.3%
Undecided: 6.6%

Pennsylvania:
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 49.8%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 46.5%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.8%
Undecided: 0.9%

Pennsylvania:
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 49.8%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 46.5%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.8%
Undecided: 0.9%

Maine:
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 51.6%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 44.7%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.7%
Undecided: 1%

Minnesota:
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 48.4%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 47%
Gary Johnson (L)-2.5%
Undecided: 2.1%

Here is how the electoral map is looking if the election was today:



Gary Johnson is really making this into a strange race so far. He has about 3% of the popular vote in the polls in most states and is hurting my numbers a little bit, I may start to campaign against him soon (make ads focusing on him too, not just on Cuomo and I).

I'll post another update after the conventions are over.
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« Reply #2688 on: January 24, 2014, 10:59:26 pm »
« Edited: January 24, 2014, 11:47:42 pm by BrandenCordeiro »

The conventions are over, and the official tickets are Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R), Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D), and Gary Johnson/Jesse Venutra (L). It is September 7, 2016 and the Republican ticket is dominating the polls across the country. The current national poll is Christie/Ayotte with 49.9%, Cuomo/Klobuchar are in second with 34.7%, Johnson/Ventura have 3.1% of the support, and 12.4% are undecided . The Republican ticket is leading in the polls in every single state except California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Rhode Island (Christie is only trailing by 4% in Rhode Island), Maryland and Delaware. The Democrats have not been able to rally their base so far in this election, as many of the undecided voters are in blue states. Christie is doing well in liberal strongholds, like New York, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, among others, but it is unlikely he will be able win Vermont and Connecticut, unless he can convert the mostly Democrat-leaning undecideds. Cuomo is treading water in every state, even in District of Columbia. Let's take a look at the swing states, which still remain competitive thanks to the high number of undecided voters.


Washington:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 47.4%
Andrew Cuomo (D)/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 39.7%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-3.4%
Undecided: 9.5%

Nevada:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R): 47%
Andrew Cuomo (D)/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 41.5%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.6%
Undecided: 8.9%

New Mexico (Leaning Republican)Sad
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.3%
Andrew Cuomo /Amy Klobuchar (D)- 35%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)- 7.3%
Undecided: 8.4%



Missouri:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 46.6%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 38.5%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.9%
Undecided: 12%


Wisconsin:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 50.8%
Andrew Cuomo /Amy Klobuchar (D) - 32%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.4%
Undecided: 14.8%

Michigan:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 50.6%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 42.4%
Undecided: 4.7%

North Carolina:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 47.9%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 33.6%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.9%
Undecided: 15.5%

Virginia:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 48.8%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar  (D)- 41.8%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.7%
Undecided: 6.8%

New Jersey:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.9%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 28.3%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-1.7%
Undecided: 20%

Pennsylvania:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 46.8%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar  (D)- 29.6%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-3.4%
Undecided: 20.3%

New York:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.7%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 36.5%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2%
Undecided: 11.8%

Maine:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 48.7%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)-47.6%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.3%
Undecided: 1.5%

Minnesota:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.3%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 43.9%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.5%
Undecided: 4.2%

Rhode Island:
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 46.2%
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 42.8%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.1%
Undecided: 8.9%

Connecticut (Leans Democratic)Sad
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 39.4%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 25.1%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-3%
Undecided: 32.5%

Vermont:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 44.2%
Andrew Cuomo (D)- 31.3%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.3%
Undecided: 22.2%

Minnesota:
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 49.3%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 43.9%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L)-2.5%
Undecided: 4.2%

Hawaii (Likely Democratic)Sad
Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R)- 36.2%
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D)- 33.8%
Gary Johnson/Jesse Venutra (L)-3.2%
Undecided: 26.7%

Here is the current nationwide electoral map according to updated poll data:


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« Reply #2689 on: January 25, 2014, 02:13:30 am »

Christie wins in landslide!


Chris Christie accepting the Republican Party's nomination for President in August 2016


Final results:

Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R): 70,879,062 (54.4%)
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D): 55,350,689 (42.5%)
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L): 4,009,426 (3.1%)



Christie/Ayotte (R): 385 electoral votes
Cuomo/Klobuchar (D): 153 electoral votes
Johnson/Ventura (L): 0 electoral votes
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« Reply #2690 on: January 25, 2014, 01:01:05 pm »

Try Ryan/Huntsman or Ayotte/Huntsman... I think it would be pretty cool... Also once when I was playing one game, it was Cuomo/Biden for the DNC ticket... It was crazy.
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« Reply #2691 on: January 25, 2014, 03:26:28 pm »

Try Ryan/Huntsman or Ayotte/Huntsman... I think it would be pretty cool... Also once when I was playing one game, it was Cuomo/Biden for the DNC ticket... It was crazy.

It doesn't let me choose Ayotte has a candidate, she doesn't show up as an option.
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« Reply #2692 on: January 25, 2014, 09:32:06 pm »

Try Ryan/Huntsman or Ayotte/Huntsman... I think it would be pretty cool... Also once when I was playing one game, it was Cuomo/Biden for the DNC ticket... It was crazy.

It doesn't let me choose Ayotte has a candidate, she doesn't show up as an option.

That's why there's this thing called candidate editor that's on the Main Menu... Tongue
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« Reply #2693 on: January 26, 2014, 07:10:01 pm »

Where are you guys getting this 2016 scenario (or is it for P4E 2012?).
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« Reply #2694 on: January 27, 2014, 06:17:19 pm »

Christie wins in landslide!


Chris Christie accepting the Republican Party's nomination for President in August 2016


Final results:

Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R): 70,879,062 (54.4%)
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D): 55,350,689 (42.5%)
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L): 4,009,426 (3.1%)



Christie/Ayotte (R): 385 electoral votes
Cuomo/Klobuchar (D): 153 electoral votes
Johnson/Ventura (L): 0 electoral votes

Could you please show how Gary Johnson did state by state?? Smiley
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« Reply #2695 on: January 29, 2014, 03:35:43 pm »
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Christie wins in landslide!


Chris Christie accepting the Republican Party's nomination for President in August 2016


Final results:

Chris Christie/Kelly Ayotte (R): 70,879,062 (54.4%)
Andrew Cuomo/Amy Klobuchar (D): 55,350,689 (42.5%)
Gary Johnson/Jesse Ventura (L): 4,009,426 (3.1%)



Christie/Ayotte (R): 385 electoral votes
Cuomo/Klobuchar (D): 153 electoral votes
Johnson/Ventura (L): 0 electoral votes

Could you please show how Gary Johnson did state by state?? Smiley

Sure, I'll post it later today, if I still have the game saved, which I might not.



Christie/Ayotte (R): 385 electoral votes
Cuomo/Klobuchar (D): 153 electoral votes
Johnson/Ventura (L): 0 electoral votes
Landslide???

I thought it was, considering his 12% advantage in the popular vote, and winning the electoral college rather easily, including Democratic strongholds Washington, Oregon, Vermont, New Jersey and CT.  Christie only lost Minnesota, Illinois, Maine, and New York by less than 3%.
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« Reply #2696 on: January 29, 2014, 09:48:21 pm »



First President Forever 2016 game I've played.  I played the demo awhile ago, but ended up getting 2008 instead (the learning curve of 2016 had pushed me away a bit).  Finally decided to get 2016, and I'm glad I did.  This was on medium difficulty.

Fairly uneventful game, honestly.  Clinton does get hit with a ton of scandals during the primaries, causing both Cuomo and Biden to lead in various states at random points.  Still, I built up my campaign, nabbed endorsements and ran ads in the early states and ultimately won in Iowa.  After that, my nomination was essentially sealed.  The Republican nomination was actually pretty interesting.  It came down to Christie and Ryan, with Ryan winning by only two delegates.

After Super Tuesday, I started to focus on the GE.  I trailed the Republicans at first, but by June or so I was tied or ahead in the states that mattered, and by the time of the convention I was set to win comfortably.  After the convention the remainder of the game was all about widening my margin of victory.  On election day, I had an impressive campaign operation all across the nation and was running a constant barrage of ads against Ryan.

All in all it was a pretty fun game, and I'm looking forward to seeing what else 2016 has to offer.

Clinton EV: 470 PV: 65.8%
Ryan EV: 68 PV: 34.2%
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« Reply #2697 on: February 03, 2014, 02:02:52 am »


Did this with Barry Goldwater. I beat Johnson in Texas by a little over 3k votes.
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« Reply #2698 on: February 04, 2014, 12:49:37 pm »



Ran as Rockefeller in the 1968 beta, hard difficulty.  The primaries were rather close, with Nixon and I battling it out (Reagan won a few states as well).  After I clinched the nomination, I chose Senator Chase from New Jersey as my running mate, forming a Northeastern Republican ticket.  This one was rather easy for the Republicans, as I don't think there was one point where we didn't hold a lead. 

I ran against Kennedy in the general, who had picked his brother as his VP candidate.  Wallace was around, but his presence was negligible.

 Rockefeller/Chase: 450 EV 51% PV
Kennedy/Kennedy: 55 EV 34.6% PV
Wallace/Chandler: 33 EV 14.4% PV
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« Reply #2699 on: February 13, 2014, 06:56:04 pm »



1968

Robert F. Kennedy/Edmund Muskie - 398EV - 46.7%
Richard M. Nixon/Spiro Agnew- 101EV - 37.5%
George Wallace/Curtis LeMay - 39EV -15.8%

Interesting note - Kennedy broke 60% in MA and RI, Wallace did it in AL and Nixon didn't break 60% anywhere. Nixon's best result was 58.8% in Wyoming.

Nebraska was Kennedy's worst state where he received 22%, Nixon's was Alabama, where he received 13% and Wallace's (where he was on the ballot) was Maine, where he received 2.4% of the vote.

The closest state was South Dakota, which went to Kennedy by 265 votes, or 0.1%.

Wallace's main rival in the South was Kennedy, not Nixon, with Nixon in third place in LA, AR, MS, SC and GA (Wallace won GA 38.3% to Kennedy's 37.9%).
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