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« on: February 03, 2010, 09:57:26 pm »

Here's my map for my 1796 scenario.



I ran as Jefferson with George Clinton as my VP, but John Jay was the Federalist nominee and won somehow. My Scenario hates Jefferson for some reason
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« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2010, 07:44:44 am »

No, i had to use 2008's map to use the EVC.
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« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2010, 02:44:18 pm »

Can I have the link to 1948?

Agreed, i would like to play it as well.
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« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2010, 07:42:59 pm »

Could someone upload the 1992 scenario please? My version doesn't have it for some reason.

Yeah, please.
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« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2010, 06:26:15 am »

1856:



Republican John C. Frémont/ William L. Dayton 35.7% (172 electoral votes)

Democrat James Buchanan/ John C. Breckinridge 34.7% (29 electoral votes)
American Millard Fillmore/ Andrew Jackson Donelson 29.5% (95 electoral votes)


Hey can i have a copy of that scenario?
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« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2010, 03:05:41 pm »



Paul Tsongas/Bill Clinton-352 EV's: 45,586,004

George Bush/Pete Wilson- 172 EV's: 37,605,215

Ross Perot/Pat Choate-14 EV's: 26,905,645


I played as Paul Tsongas, i had to beat Al Gore in the primaries, but i did not take the lead until after The Iowa Caucus. Bush dumped Quayle and choose Pete Wilson.

On Election night, i won all the RL Clinton states, except for Georgia, Nevada, Maine, and Montana. Perot won Maine, Montana, Wyoming, and Nevada. He won Maine by 8,000 votes, while he won the others by 3,000 votes. Perot ended up losing North Dakota by 300 votes
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« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2010, 12:55:29 am »

1960:


Rockefeller/Bush-273, 48.8%

Humphrey/Johnson-255, 47.6%

Byrd/Thurmond-8, 3.6%

 I played as Rockefeller. The race was close until the last min, in which i won.
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« Reply #7 on: June 27, 2010, 04:06:08 pm »



McKinley/Roosevelt-295 EV, 50.5%

Bryan/Dewey-152 EV, 39.5%


Howard/Nelson- O EV, 6.8%

Debs/Johnson- 0%, 3.7%

I played as Howard running with the populist party. Did good all night, even pulling 10 percent at one time. Ironically, Only one state changed, that was Idaho, mainly because of the candidate i played as.
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« Reply #8 on: September 26, 2010, 02:09:13 pm »

1936- I played as Huey Long



Long/Wheeler- 273 EV's, 39.2%
Landon/Knox- 147 EV'S, 28.1%
Roosevelt/Garner- 111 EV's, 29.2%

I won the election when I won Arkansas. Roosevelt suffered the most due to negative campaigning from Long and Landon
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« Reply #9 on: November 14, 2010, 02:23:13 am »

1860: I played as Sam Houston



Sewerd (R): PV - 30%; EV - 131
Houston (CU)Sad PV - 35%; EV - 114
Breckenridge (SD): PV - 22%; EV - 56
Douglas (D) - PV - 13%

The scenario is very flawed. If you have Campaigns Forever you can edit it, but the author needs to re-edit the scenario.
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« Reply #10 on: January 22, 2011, 04:33:16 pm »

Does anyone have the 1968 scenario? The site that has the download is down so i can't download it. Send me a Pm if anyone has it thanks.
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« Reply #11 on: April 03, 2011, 12:41:46 am »



Clinton/Gore- 322, 41.6%
Forbes/Kemp- 216, 41.2%
Perot/Choate- 16.2%
Nader- 0.3 %

I played as Perot, struggled the whole campaign to get up to 8%, but somehow I got 16%. Must have a hell of a glitch. Clinton won by 3,000 votes in California, it took the whole night to declare a winner. My best state was Montana where I got 31%, and almost beat Clinton.
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« Reply #12 on: July 06, 2011, 09:59:22 pm »

Anyone know where their is a 1968 or 1972 scenario?

There used to be a 1968 Scenario. But the download site has been taking down and no one can get in touch with the original creator.
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« Reply #13 on: December 30, 2011, 08:15:16 pm »

The 2012 Scenario on the theoryspark site:



Trump/Christie- 333 EV's, 49%

Clinton/Obama(of all people)-205 EV's, 43.%

Root/Brown-0 EV's,3.5 %
Baldwin/Castle-0 EV's,4.4%


The Independents screwed me up in the Northeast, as they cost me Rhode island and Maine to Hillary. I came from behind to beat Romney, and Hillary won in an upset at the convention.
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« Reply #14 on: January 05, 2012, 09:18:23 pm »

Wormyguy's 68 scenario (I played as Wallace):



Nixon/Agnew- 347 EV's,36.9%
Johnson/Humphrey- 111 EV's,33.1%
Wallace/Lemay- 80 EV's, 30%

Tossup States:

Delaware: Nixon beat Johnson by 204 votes.
California: Nixon beat Johnson by .04% or 64,000
Florida: Wallace beat Nixon by .08% or 45,000
Idaho: Nixon beat Wallace by 1.1%
Arizona: Nixon beat Wallace by 1.7%
Kansas: Nixon beat Wallace by 2.2%
Ohio: Nixon beat Johnson by 2.5%
Maryland: Nixon beat Johnson by 2.7%
New York: Johnson beat Nixon by 3%
Alaska: Nixon beat Johnson by 4%
Indiana:Nixon beat Johnson by 5.4%
Nevada: Nixon beat Johnson by 7%
Utah: Nixon beat Wallace by 7%
South Dakota: Nixon beat Johnson by 8.1%
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« Reply #15 on: February 02, 2012, 04:14:23 pm »

1976:



Ronald Reagan/Jesse Helms-280 EV's,47.7% PV
Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale-259 EV's,51.2% PV
Eugene McCarthy-1.1% of the PV

This is probably the weirdest game I have ever seen on PF. I played as McCarthy and spaced my way through the game, and Carter mostly dominated the race. Reagan won the last two debates, and Helms barely beat Mondale in the VP debate. In the final pre polls Carter was expected to win big time by winning NY and Texas. But on Election Day, Carter lost both and won Montana and Oklahoma instead, which was unexpected.  McCarthy had 0.5% in the polls and ended up with 1% out of nowhere. I have to admit this was entertaining to watch play out.
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« Reply #16 on: November 15, 2013, 02:53:48 pm »




Clinton/Gore- 34,119,898  291 EV  41.1%
Powell/Kemp- 34,343,113  247 EV  41.4%
Perot/Choate- 13,545,762  16.3%
Nader/LaDuke- 924,699 1.1%



I was the major unlikeable spoiler as Perot.  Drew 10% of the undecideds on Election Day after only having 6% through the election. Almost won Maine, Montana, and Wyoming after campaigning there hard.  Drew over 20% in Ohio and Florida, and got no less than 10% everywhere else.

Powell won the popular vote by over 200,000 but lost the EV by 40 some votes.
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« Reply #17 on: November 16, 2013, 03:00:48 am »

1988:



Kennedy/Gephart- 59,010,72  287 EV's  49.3%

Bush/Kemp- 55,907,978  251 EV's  46.7%
Paul/Means- 2,730,813  2.3%
Fullani- 2,116,127  1.8%



Ran as Kennedy, started in General Election. Trailed all the way but gained momentum through the election as I won both Presidential Debates, while Kemp won the VP for Bush. Focused on the big states, but I also campaigned in NC and the midwest, trying to pull of an upset.

And I'll be I sure did, what a shock because I did not campaign in any midwest state besides the Dakotas and Montana.  It sure got ugly between me and Bush.
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« Reply #18 on: November 17, 2013, 02:03:42 am »




Nixon/Rockefeller- 32,508,330   439 EV's  54.3%

Kennedy/Humphrey- 26,689,575  89 EV's,  44.6%

Byrd/Thurmond- 666,518 8 EV's 1.8%


Played as Nixon here, got Nelson Rockefeller as VP instead of Lodge, Kennedy had HHH. Had a money edge on Kennedy but he tried to out-raise me. Me and Kennedy hated each other through the campaign but I rarely ran an attack, I took the high road and benefited. Dominated the Heartland and Northeast, did surprisingly well in Ohio and the South.  Didn't campaign hardly in the Southeast besides a little in Florida and Virginia.

Byrd took most of Kennedy's support instead of mine. Biggest win I have had in quite a while on here.
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« Reply #19 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 #20 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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