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« on: October 30, 2006, 10:03:40 pm »

now only if we could get a scenario and candidate editor on the new version
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« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2006, 11:10:28 pm »

now only if we could get a scenario and candidate editor on the new version

I like President Forever more so far, actually.  The duration of a campaign in PF+P is way too long; I'm too lazy to come up with a strategy that will actually work over that long a time period.


Can't break the game and get foolish results?
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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2006, 01:00:05 am »
« Edited: November 11, 2006, 01:06:45 am by bullmoose88 »



1912

I was Taft.

Results
William H. Taft-Republican 16,213,865 (28%) 88 Electoral Votes
Woodrow Wilson-Democratic 15,869,180 (27%) 199 Electoral Votes
Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt-Progressive 15,604,322 (27%) 231 Electoral Votes
Eugene V. Debs-Socialist (Moron Party) 9,787,175 (17%) 13 Electoral Votes

266 Needed to Win-Congress Chose Wilson

Wilson underperformed big time in the south, and Taft was close to him in most states (within 10 points)


Does anyone know the composition of the house delgations in Jan 1913? And if majority Republican, who do you think would have won?
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« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2006, 01:20:46 am »

Taft, in protest, then ate the electoral college.
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« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2006, 09:37:31 pm »

1860 - Lincoln (me) vs. Douglas vs. Breckenridge vs. Bell



Lincoln (R)Sad 226 EVs - 57% PV
Breckenridge (SD)Sad 65 EVs - 13% PV
Bell (L)Sad 12 EVs - 11% PV
Douglas (ND)Sad 0 EVs - 18% PV

Best states:

Lincoln: Vermont - 88.5%
Breckenridge: South Carolina - 54.0%
Bell: Alabama - 38.3%
Douglas: New Jersey - 36.4%

Worst states:

Lincoln: Alabama - 12.2%
Breckenridge: Vermont - 0.0% (8 votes)
Bell: Minnesota - 0.0% (4 votes)
Douglas: Florida - 0.0% (2 votes)

5 closest states:

1. Virginia - Lincoln wins over Bell 30.7% - 29.6%
2. Kentucky - Breckenridge wins over Bell 30.3% - 29.8%
3. North Carolina - Lincoln wins over Breckenridge 34.0% - 32.1%
4. Arkansas - Breckenridge wins over Bell 40.3% - 37.7%
5. Tennessee - Bell wins over Lincoln 32.4% - 28.8%

Election summary:

lol, Virginia

That game should have never let you on the ballot in half of those rebel states
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« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2006, 12:06:07 am »

Here's one for disappointed Republicans. Smiley

2006 New York Governor - Spitzer vs. Faso (me) vs. Golisano



Faso (R): 53%
Spitzer (D): 29%
Golisano (I): 17%


Best regions:

Faso: Buffalo - 75.3%
Spitzer: Capital District - 44.6%
Golisano: Western New York - 33.7% (Golisano did ridiculously well here; Spitzer came in third place)

Worst regions:

Faso: Middle Counties - 34.7%
Spitzer: Upstate Region - 15.4%
Golisano: Buffalo - 4.3%

Closest region:

Long Island - Faso wins over Spitzer 43.8% - 43.1%

WTF?

Makes no sense! Golisano would win in a landslide in Buffalo.

A democrat didn't win Tompkins county but won Ononadga?

No fin way
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