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JerryBrown2010
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E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« on: August 04, 2009, 11:39:32 pm »

Red: Romney
Blue: Clinton
Gold: Gravel

The election had to go to the House.  Romney had more electoral votes, but Clinton had more popular votes, and since the House is dominated by the Democrats, Clinton becomes President.

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JerryBrown2010
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E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2009, 12:47:00 am »
« Edited: September 02, 2009, 12:55:56 am by KyleGordon »

2008


I played as third party, Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani both won they're primaries. Polls looked like this coming into the Final Days.

Hillary Clinton was leading in most states


Election Night



Rudy Giuliani: 49.7% 282 EV

Hillary Clinton: 48.0% 256 EV

Others (Me): 1.6% 0 EV

Close States

New York +0.2%
Louisiana +0.3%
Iowa +0.4%
Florida +0.5%

Arkansas +0.7%
Wisconsin +1.0%

Minnesota +2.1%
West Virginia +2.4%
Arizona +2.5%
Nevada +2.5%

Pennsylvania +2.8%
New Mexico +3.0%

North Carolina +4.2%
Oregon +4.4%
Delaware +4.7%

Mississippi +4.8%
Michigan 5.0%






Rudy Giuliani Wins on election night, he wins New Jersey by 7 points and Hillary Clinton wins Ohio by 6 points.

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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2009, 06:16:39 pm »

Gore vs Giuliani in 2008



Albert Gore: 51.7% 328 EV

Rudy Giuliani: 47.9%  210 EV

Others: 0.4% 0 EV

Gore Wins Ohio by 14.0 points more than Delaware, Illinois and New York
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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #3 on: September 04, 2009, 04:47:17 pm »

Playing as Joe Biden, I managed to win the electoral college and the presidency despite losing the popular vote by over 7,000,000 votes. Biden took only 47% nationally to Rudy Giuliani's 53%.

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LOL 7 Million votes
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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2009, 06:01:55 pm »

Map Before Election ( With Tossups)

Election Night

Mitt Romney 51%
Hillary Clinton 48%

Map Before Election (Without Tossups)




Hillary Clinton 46% 273EV
Mitt Romney 53% 265EV
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JerryBrown2010
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« Reply #5 on: December 19, 2009, 06:46:29 pm »
« Edited: December 19, 2009, 10:43:50 pm by KyleGordon »

Pay Back for 2000!


Hillary Vs Rudy 2008




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Hillary Clinton (D-NY) 57,569,175 49.1% 276EV
Rudy Giuliani (R-NY) 58,328,071 49.8% 262EV

Close states 0-2%

New Mexico +0.1% 566
West Virginia +0.2% 610
Maine +0.9% 5,035
New Hampshire +1.3% 7,362
Arkansas +1.6% 17,886

Oregon +2.0% 25,722
 



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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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Political Matrix
E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #6 on: December 30, 2009, 09:13:13 pm »

Obama (D-IL) vs Mccain (R-AZ) vs ME (L-CA) vs Other 08

My closest Election Yet!




Obama 52,485,451 44.3% 289EV
Mccain 53,077,830 44.8% 249EV
Me 10,662,959 9.0% 0EV
Other 2,251,069 1.9% 0EV

5 Closest States

1.Nevada +0.01% 72
2.Ohio +0.04% 2,187
3.New Mexico +0.9% 7,164
4.Iowa +0.9% 11,517
5.New Hampshire +1.6% 7,694


Obama's Best States


Massachusetts  58.2%
New York 56.0%
Rhode Island 55.2%
Vermont 54.7%
Maryland 51.6%



Obama's Worst States


1.Utah 24.6%
2.Wyoming 27.2%
3.Idaho 28.1%
4.Nebraska 30.6%
5.Oklahoma 32.0%


Mccain's Best States

1.Utah 64.6%
2.Wyoming 62.1%
3.Idaho 61.2%
4.Oklahoma 59.6%
5.Nebraska 58.8%


Mccain's Worst States

1.Massachusetts 33.3%
2.New York 34.0%
3.Vermont 34.7%
4.California 37.0%
5.Maryland 38.0%


My Best State

California 14.3%












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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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Political Matrix
E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #7 on: December 31, 2009, 12:15:05 am »

Al Gore vs Rudy Giuliani 2008



Al Gore 56.3% EV 502

Rudy Giuliani 42.1% EV 36
Other 1.6% EV 0

I campaigned mostly In the Southeast to see what happened and I ended up winning all of the Southeast.

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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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Political Matrix
E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #8 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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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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Political Matrix
E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #9 on: March 21, 2010, 11:58:45 pm »

Hillary Vs Romney 2008

I was Down by 4 points in the polls before election day and I ended up winning the Popular Vote by 600,000 votes but still lost the same way as it said in the polls.



(R) Mitt Romney 58,392.023 49.8% 339EV
(D) Hillary Clinton 58,968,400 50.2% 199EV

Most of the states I lost were only by 4% - 10%
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JerryBrown2010
KyleGordon2016
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Political Matrix
E: -7.68, S: -9.30

« Reply #10 on: April 14, 2010, 10:34:21 pm »

Me(D) VS GOP (Both Moderate)

Going Into Election Day


(D) 47% 203EV
(R) 43% 252EV
(L) 01%






Results


(D) 64,034,596 54.3% 394EV
(R) 52,259,477 44.3% 144EV
(L) 1,654,754     1.4%

I was Actually expecting something close to this on election day.



I never thought I would win Utah, Wyoming, Alabama, South Carolina and Idaho with me down by 12 - 20 points in the polls.
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