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« Reply #200 on: May 10, 2005, 11:27:12 am »



Max Power's scenario

Bush/Cheney: 58%, 73 089 508 votes and 535 EVs
Gore/Kerry: 34%, 43 320 418 votes and 3 EVs
Nader: 3%
Buchanan: 2%

Best states:

Bush:
Nebraska: 71%
Idaho: 69.3%
Utah: 68.4%

Gore:
Rhode Island: 42.6%
Massachussetts: 42.6%
New York: 42%

Worse states:
Massachussetts: 49.6%
New YOrk: 49.9%
Rhode Island: 50.8%

DC was Gore 56.5% Bush 36%
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« Reply #201 on: May 10, 2005, 05:03:38 pm »
« Edited: May 11, 2005, 05:12:26 pm by Senator Colin Wixted »

Back with myself as an Independent.



Bush- 163 EVs 37% PV
Kerry- 190 EVs 34% PV
Wixted- 185 EVs 27% PV

Best States (excluding DC):

Bush: Idaho 63.5%
Kerry: Illinois 51.8%
Wixted: Vermont 47.5%

Worst State (excluding DC):

Bush: Oregon 23.7%
Kerry: Utah 18.6%
Wixted: Texas 15.5%





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« Reply #202 on: May 10, 2005, 06:35:08 pm »

Played as Perot in 1992 and won!!



Bush- 137 EVs 34% PV
Clinton- 130 EVs 31% PV
Perot- 271 EVs 33% PV

Best State (excluding DC):

Bush: Wyoming 58.7%
Clinton: Arkansas 60.3%
Perot: Texas 49.5%

Worst State (excluding DC):

Bush: Iowa and Rhode Island 13.1%
Clinton: Arizona 12.4%
Perot: Tennessee 9.1%
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« Reply #203 on: May 11, 2005, 04:56:52 pm »

Bush/Cheney vs. Kerry/Lieberman vs. Wixted/McCain



Bush: 37% PV 229 EVs
Kerry: 31% PV 92 EVs
Wixted: 30% 217 EVs

Best State (excluding DC):

Bush: Montana 60.3%
Kerry: Michigan 57.2%
Wixted: Kansas 50.1%

Worst State (excluding DC):

Bush: Rhode Island 19.0%
Kerry: Idaho 17.8%
Wixted: Tennessee 16.1%

DC Results:

Bush: 14.6%
Kerry: 58%
Wixted: 27.3%

Closest State:

Vermont: 1051 votes seperating Wixted and Kerry. 24.8-37.7-37.3
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« Reply #204 on: May 13, 2005, 11:48:37 am »
« Edited: May 13, 2005, 12:28:23 pm by Old Europe »

I just wanted to post an odd map... this is the "Liberal States of America - 2008" scenario, played with Dean. And donīt ask me why Indiana is part of the Liberal States.

Colours:
Red - Dean
Green - Nader
Light Blue (California) - Kerry
Dark Blue - Blue, eh, I mean, Red States ("Conservative States of America")





Howard Dean (Socialist)
Popular Vote: 33%
Electoral Vote: 128

Ralph Nader (Green)
Popular Vote: 26%
Electoral Vote: 107

John Kerry (Democratic)
Popular Vote: 23%
Electoral Vote: 55

Arnold Schwarzenegger (Republican)
Popular Vote: 17%
Electoral Vote: 0

Election was tied, Congress chose John Kerry (and this is now called "democracy"...).
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« Reply #205 on: May 13, 2005, 03:51:57 pm »
« Edited: May 13, 2005, 03:55:02 pm by Senator Colin Wixted »

Colin Wixted (stats taken from Jake's contest)/Bob Ehrlick vs. Kerry/Edwards



Wixted: 317 EVs 51% PV
Kerry: 221 EVs 48% PV

Best State (excluding DC)":

Wixted: Idaho 69.7%
Kerry: Washington 60.3%
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« Reply #206 on: May 13, 2005, 04:11:06 pm »

Colin Wixted (stats taken from Jake's contest)/Bob Ehrlick vs. Kerry/Edwards



Wixted: 317 EVs 51% PV
Kerry: 221 EVs 48% PV

Best State (excluding DC)":

Wixted: Idaho 69.7%
Kerry: Washington 60.3%

That's one of the most actually possible results President Forever has come out with.
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« Reply #207 on: May 14, 2005, 06:21:51 am »

1912, played with Roosevelt:





Roosevelt
Popular Vote: 30%
Electoral Vote: 280

Wilson
Popular Vote: 29%
Electoral Vote: 223

Taft
Popular Vote: 22%
Electoral Vote: 28

Debs
Popular Vote: 16%
Electoral Vote: 0
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« Reply #208 on: May 14, 2005, 02:02:30 pm »

I won as Taft, easily defeating TR, Wilson, and debs:



William Taft (R): 35% of the Pop. Vote; 331 Electoral Votes

Woodrow Wilson: 27% of the Pop. Vote; 142 Electoral Votes

Theodore Roosevelt: 23% of the Pop. Vote; 58 Electoral Votes

Eugene Debs: 13% of the Pop. Vote; 0 Electoral Votes
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« Reply #209 on: May 14, 2005, 04:01:28 pm »

South Carolina Shocked
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« Reply #210 on: May 14, 2005, 05:05:21 pm »

South Carolina Shocked

Debs, Wilson, and Roosevelt split the vote! Cheesy
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« Reply #211 on: May 14, 2005, 10:27:12 pm »

South Carolina Shocked

Debs, Wilson, and Roosevelt split the vote! Cheesy

Spliting 99.9% to win SC for the GOP is quite a feat!

Alvarez (myself) v. Bush and Kerry:



Electoral College
Alvarez - 529
Bush - 9
Kerry - 0

Popular Vote
Alvarez - 59% (69,867,538)
Bush - 27% (32,579,883)
Kerry - 11% (13,518,283)
Badnarik - 1% (2,045,455)

Best States
Alvarez: Wisconsin - 86.5% (1,951,558)
Bush: Alabama - 52.9% (991,099) They completely ignored the rest of the country!
Kerry: Illinios - 27.5% (2,097,756)
Badnarik: Maine - 9.7% (52,810) Record % for a Libertarian?

Worst States
Alvarez: Alabama - 21.8% (408,599)
Bush (excluding D.C.): Vermont - 11.1% (28,601)
Kerry: North Dakota - 0.0% (20) If you look at just blue states, then Vermont is Kerry's worst with just 60 votes!
Badnarik: North Dakota - 0.0% (14)
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« Reply #212 on: May 15, 2005, 12:16:41 am »

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Reverse '64 landslide in Goldwater's favor!
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« Reply #213 on: May 15, 2005, 12:44:59 am »

Using a rather odd strategy, I managed this result in 2004, Bush vs. Kerry:



This is without dynamism, by the way.
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« Reply #214 on: May 15, 2005, 02:04:26 am »

Using a rather odd strategy, I managed this result in 2004, Bush vs. Kerry:



This is without dynamism, by the way.

Out of curiosity, what was the strategy? Cheesy
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« Reply #215 on: May 15, 2005, 02:11:21 pm »

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Reverse '64 landslide in Goldwater's favor!

He lost Arizona???
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« Reply #216 on: May 15, 2005, 02:13:59 pm »

South Carolina Shocked

Debs, Wilson, and Roosevelt split the vote! Cheesy

Spliting 99.9% to win SC for the GOP is quite a feat!

Alvarez (myself) v. Bush and Kerry:



Electoral College
Alvarez - 529
Bush - 9
Kerry - 0

Popular Vote
Alvarez - 59% (69,867,538)
Bush - 27% (32,579,883)
Kerry - 11% (13,518,283)
Badnarik - 1% (2,045,455)

Best States
Alvarez: Wisconsin - 86.5% (1,951,558)
Bush: Alabama - 52.9% (991,099) They completely ignored the rest of the country!
Kerry: Illinios - 27.5% (2,097,756)
Badnarik: Maine - 9.7% (52,810) Record % for a Libertarian?

Worst States
Alvarez: Alabama - 21.8% (408,599)
Bush (excluding D.C.): Vermont - 11.1% (28,601)
Kerry: North Dakota - 0.0% (20) If you look at just blue states, then Vermont is Kerry's worst with just 60 votes!
Badnarik: North Dakota - 0.0% (14)

BTW, I am going to post my re-election result when I ran for the D and R endorsements, got the R, and faced a general campaign against Barbara Boxer (D) and Ed Thompson (L).
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« Reply #217 on: May 15, 2005, 03:13:09 pm »

Alvarez/Lieberman (I/R-CA) v. Boxer/Obama (D-CA) and Thompson/Johnson (L-WI):



Electoral College
Alvarez - 538
Boxer - 0
Thompson - 0

Popular Vote
Alvarez - 86% (101,961,641)
Boxer - 7% (8,953,626)
Thompson - 6% (6,634,886)

Best States
Alvarez: Pennsylvania - 96.3% (4,926,042) I hope I won PA-13! Wink
Boxer: California - 45.8% (6,485,430) Boxer is more popular than me in our homestate, I guess
Thompson: Utah - 8.6% (80,249) Utah is definately Libertarian-land Wink

Worst States
Alvarez: California - 48.3% (6,852,940)
Boxer: Montana - 0.0% (13) If you look at just Kerry states, then New Hampshire is Boxer's worst with just 44 votes!
Thompson: D.C. - 0.0% (82) Other than this, Thompson got at least 3.5% in every state.

Closer Look at Homestates:
California (Boxer and Alvarez)
Alvarez - 48.3% (6,852,940)
Boxer - 45.8% (6,485,430) Boxer campaigned here for the last 10
Thompson - 5.7% (810,477)

Connecticut (Lieberman)
Alvarez - 68.1% (969,939)
Boxer - 26.0% (369,882)
Thompson - 5.8% (82,196)

Illinois (Obama)
Alvarez - 76.5% (3,979,212)
Boxer - 17.2% (892,060)
Thompson - 6.2% (323,737)

Wisconsin (Thompson)
Alvarez - 93.6% (2,112,554)
Thompson - 5.8% (130,636)
Boxer - 0.5% (10,313)

New Mexico (Johnson)
Alvarez - 93.6% (709,919)
Thompson - 6.3% (48,158)
Boxer - 0.0% (210)

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« Reply #218 on: May 15, 2005, 03:15:47 pm »

Using a rather odd strategy, I managed this result in 2004, Bush vs. Kerry:



This is without dynamism, by the way.

Out of curiosity, what was the strategy? Cheesy

Make ads (try to make them Highly Successful) and then launch all four of them in the last two days, or however much time you have for them to run with your current money. Otherwise, the states that will swing wildly due to the ads shift back after a few days.
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« Reply #219 on: May 15, 2005, 03:19:16 pm »

Make ads (try to make them Highly Successful) and then launch all four of them in the last two days, or however much time you have for them to run with your current money. Otherwise, the states that will swing wildly due to the ads shift back after a few days.

That isn't odd, that is what everybody does! Wink
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« Reply #220 on: May 15, 2005, 04:33:19 pm »

Make ads (try to make them Highly Successful) and then launch all four of them in the last two days, or however much time you have for them to run with your current money. Otherwise, the states that will swing wildly due to the ads shift back after a few days.

That isn't odd, that is what everybody does! Wink

Yeah, that's pretty much exactly what I do.
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« Reply #221 on: May 15, 2005, 05:24:16 pm »
« Edited: May 15, 2005, 08:10:34 pm by Senator PBrunsel »

Just to annoy the heck out of Phil I ran Phil Breseden (who I played as) against Rick Santorum in the "Ultimate-2008" Scenario.



Phil Breseden/Russ Feingold: 52% of the Pop. Vote; 380 Electoral Votes

Rick Santorum/John Thune: 43% of Pop. Vote; 158 Electoral Votes

Jim Gorman/Barry Hess: 3% of the Pop. Vote; 0 Electoral Votes

I'll give ya' one thing though, this scenario is biased against the Santorum.
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« Reply #222 on: May 15, 2005, 05:42:51 pm »

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He lost Arizona???

Yeah I know and he won Texas...
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« Reply #223 on: May 15, 2005, 07:00:31 pm »

Jim Thune

Is he at all related to Senator John Thune?  Playing 2004 as Bush:



Electoral College
Bush - 523
Kerry - 15

Popular Vote
Bush - 63% (74,076,777)
Kerry - 36% (43,286,327)

Best States (not including D.C., which still was a pitiful 76.8-23.1 Kerry)
Bush:  Utah- 84.8% (788,823)
Kerry: Massachusetts- 51.1% (1,350,171)

Worst States (not including D.C., which still was a pitiful 76.8-23.1 Kerry)
Bush:  Massachusetts 48.9% (1,291,968)
Kerry: Utah - 15.1% (140,509) If you look at just real Kerry 2004 states, then New Hampshire is Kerry's worst with just 36.6%!

Closest Bush State: New Mexico
Bush: 55.2% (420,447)
Kerry: 44.7% (341,064)
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« Reply #224 on: May 15, 2005, 07:32:05 pm »

South Carolina Shocked

Debs, Wilson, and Roosevelt split the vote! Cheesy

Spliting 99.9% to win SC for the GOP is quite a feat!

Alvarez (myself) v. Bush and Kerry:



Electoral College
Alvarez - 529
Bush - 9
Kerry - 0

Popular Vote
Alvarez - 59% (69,867,538)
Bush - 27% (32,579,883)
Kerry - 11% (13,518,283)
Badnarik - 1% (2,045,455)

Best States
Alvarez: Wisconsin - 86.5% (1,951,558)
Bush: Alabama - 52.9% (991,099) They completely ignored the rest of the country!
Kerry: Illinios - 27.5% (2,097,756)
Badnarik: Maine - 9.7% (52,810) Record % for a Libertarian?

Worst States
Alvarez: Alabama - 21.8% (408,599)
Bush (excluding D.C.): Vermont - 11.1% (28,601)
Kerry: North Dakota - 0.0% (20) If you look at just blue states, then Vermont is Kerry's worst with just 60 votes!
Badnarik: North Dakota - 0.0% (14)

BTW, I am going to post my re-election result when I ran for the D and R endorsements, got the R, and faced a general campaign against Barbara Boxer (D) and Ed Thompson (L).

King what scenario did you use and what was your strategy? I have been playing as an independent for a long time and I can never seem to crack 35% of the vote. What scenario did you use and how did you win so big? Even with dynasmism on I can never seem to get over 40%.
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