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« on: October 31, 2004, 03:36:02 pm »

Why would Minnesota vote against its own god (Humphrey)? I mean they have enough malls and universities named after him there that he doesn't even need to campaign...
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« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2005, 08:17:24 pm »

I tried to see how much of a blowout against Mondale I could get as Reagan:



Electoral Vote
Reagan: 538
Mondale: 0

Popular Vote
Reagan: 86% (85,970,677)
Mondale: 13% (13,735,135)

Best States
Reagan - Utah
Reagan:  100.0% (642,728)
Mondale:  0.0% (1) !!!

Mondale - Washington, D.C.
Reagan:  61.9% (173,790)
Mondale:  38.0%  !!! (106,716)
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« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2005, 10:27:12 pm »


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 #3 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 #4 on: May 15, 2005, 02:13:59 pm »


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 #5 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 #6 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 #7 on: May 15, 2005, 07:00:31 pm »


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 #8 on: June 09, 2005, 07:05:37 pm »

Ok...this was really screwed up:

John McCain/Rick Santorum v. Ed Rendell/Mark Warner '08



McCain - 525 EVs; 69% (81,017,121)
Rendell - 13 EVs; 30% (36,397,727)

No, it isn't a mistake.  I lost Arizona...as McCain...with 69% of the vote... Embarrassed

Homestates
Arizona
Rendell (D): 51.4% (1,109,597)
McCain (R): 48.5% (1,047,478)

Pennsylvania
McCain (R): 61.0% (3,181,095)
Rendell (D): 38.9% (2,030,742)
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« Reply #9 on: June 09, 2005, 10:50:29 pm »

It would be nice if the game was a little more realistic.

At least Rick Santorum carried his homestate of Virginia with over 80% of the vote! Cheesy Wink
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« Reply #10 on: May 30, 2015, 05:07:56 pm »
« Edited: May 30, 2015, 05:11:10 pm by King »

I decided to try this game out. I have been coasting as Clinton, everything was semi-normal... then this just happened:



Walker just dropped out of the race... with the lead. All he had to do to clinch the nomination was win NE, which he has a 20 point lead in the polls over Rubio... and he dropped out.

Rubio doesn't have enough delegates in second place to reach the majority with the remaining states so I don't know what the sim is going to do but this was so weird.
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