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InvisibleTrump
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« on: February 17, 2011, 08:19:20 pm »

I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.
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« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2011, 09:03:39 pm »

I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.
A great game Smiley Consider waiting, the 2012 version should be coming out very soon. That's what I'm waiting on.

I will definatly get that. The mods look epic. 1968 especially.
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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2011, 09:39:27 pm »

I just got the Demo, played as Paul in the 2008 GOP Primaries, and won Iowa, NH, and SC, each time I was polling in the 7% area too.

Im buying the full version tommorow.

Don't get too excited Tongue I remember in the older versions of P4E+P, really minor candidates (Gravel, Kucinich, and Paul, mostly, though I saw it happen with Hunter once too) would somehow insanely over-perform in the primaries. 

I've seen Hunter and Dodd win randomly, other wise, nothing to bad.
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« Reply #3 on: June 29, 2011, 10:21:54 pm »

Finally bought the full version...Lost a 50 state landslide as Romney to Clinton, and lost as Gerald Ford in a rematch against Carter by a small margin.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #4 on: June 30, 2011, 01:22:42 pm »



President George Bush/Pat Buchanan-393 EV-42,404,834
Governor Bill Clinton/Senator Al Gore-89 EV-36,494,928 PV
Ross Perot/Pat Choate-56 EV-31,197,103 PV.


Started as Cuomo, and narrowly lost the DNC to Clinton. Took over as Clinton/Gore, but ended up wasting my time attacking Perot (and taking too many of his positions), which allowed Bush to use numerous scandals against me.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2011, 09:56:49 pm »

Anyone know where their is a 1968 or 1972 scenario?
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2011, 11:55:12 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.

Dang Sad
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2011, 04:29:45 pm »

Played as VP Bush in 1988-easily won the primaries over Pat Robertson and Bob Dole, and picked Dole as my running mate at the 1988 convention. Dukakis won the Democratic primaries, though Simon and Jackson put up a fight. He pulled a Cheney and got Kennedy on the ticket. I won (albeit narrowly), so I figure Im getting better..

Vice President George Bush/Senator Robert Dole-286-45.2
Governor Mike Dukakis/Senator Ted Kennedy-252-41.4%
Former Rep. Ron Paul/Activist Russel Means-7.0%
Activist Leonora Fulani/Activist Fred Whitfield-6.3%


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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #8 on: July 11, 2011, 04:05:26 pm »


General Collin Powell/Speaker Newt Gingrich-278 EV-48% PV
President Bill Clinton/VP Al Gore-260-47.4% of PV
Others (Perot, Nader, Libertarian, Constitution)-4.6% of the PV

I played only the General, had the Big Mo, and came close to a landslide. A string of scandals brought it much, much closer.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #9 on: July 12, 2011, 01:24:41 pm »

Played the General campaign in 84, Reagan vs McGovern (just for the giggles)..Took only a hour and 7 minutes in the end game results to show I won a landslide. A Map is not needed--I won every state accept DC..Anderson took 10% of the popular vote, and came close to winning Vermont.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #10 on: July 16, 2011, 12:45:04 pm »
« Edited: July 16, 2011, 12:48:23 pm by Imperial Speaker Sanchez »

Played Perot, built a strong base out West, and in Maine, and used 6-7 medium/high level scandals in the last 2 days. I had a massive war chest built up, and ran a strong ad campaign as well.

President George H.W Bush/Governor George Voinovich-353 EV---40,596,163 votes (38%)
Governor Bill Clinton/Senator Tom Harkin-143 EV---35,823,995 votes (33.6%)
Ross Perot/James Stockdale-42 EV---30,354,886 (28.4%)
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2011, 10:08:28 pm »

Kerry vs Bush vs Dean (indy)

Kerry won the popular vote, Dean in 2nd, Bush in 3rd. Bush won in the House.



Who was Deans running mate?
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #12 on: July 30, 2011, 01:15:06 am »


Ford/Reagan-493-49,983,090 (50.3%)
Carter/Wallace-46-42,183,036 (42.5%)
McCarthy/Vidal-7,165,527 (7.2%)

I played McCarthy, I renamed his party to be the "Peoples Party", a pseudo Libertarian outfit, with Ralph Nader, and Gore Vidal as running mates. I might add Ellen McCormack as a possible candidate. I used the editor to give a few more PIP's, but otherwise, nothing was changed. I came in 2nd in Alaska, beating out Carter.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #13 on: August 03, 2011, 08:02:49 am »

anyone got a nice up to date 2012 scenario?
I have a 2012 scenario, but its outdated. John Thune, Mark Sanford, and Mike Pence are all candidates, and there are no listed Governors for endorsement.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #14 on: August 03, 2011, 04:28:10 pm »

anyone got a nice up to date 2012 scenario?
I have a 2012 scenario, but its outdated. John Thune, Mark Sanford, and Mike Pence are all candidates, and there are no listed Governors for endorsement.

I can take it and fix it a little bit. Is it the one that has Ventura on it also?
No, and it has Ron Paul as a Libertarian, not a Republican...their is a Hillary Clinton, John McCain, and Obama version, but all 3 are the same, minus the incubnet president.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #15 on: August 22, 2011, 06:22:04 pm »

Id be interested in your 2012 scenario Smiley
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #16 on: September 08, 2011, 08:24:12 pm »

Using NVGonzalezs AMAZING 2012 mod....
I added a few candidates and VP's, and turned on the Constitution Party. I played Cindy Sheehan, my best performance was 3.3% in California. Really the same as 2008 with a third party hogginh some votes away..

President Barack Obama/Former Governor Howard Dean-357 EV, 48,845,807 PV (51.3%).
Former Governor Mitt Romney/Former UN Ambassador John Bolton-181 EV, 39,075,928 PV (41.1%).
Former Congressman Virgil Goode/Perenial Candidate Alan Keyes-5,279,293 PV (5.5%)
Activist Cindy Sheehan/Former Member of San Fransisco Board of Suprevisors Matt Gonzalez-1,318,028 PV (1.4%)
Former Party Chairman R. Lee Wrights/Activist Mary Ruwart-641,478 PV (0.7%)
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« Reply #17 on: September 16, 2011, 04:20:06 pm »
« Edited: September 17, 2011, 10:59:07 am by Imperial Speaker Sanchez »

1996

Governor Lamar Alexander/Senator Arlen Specter-306 EV, 46.5 PV.
President Bill Clinton/Represenative Richard Gephardt-232 EV, 42.4%  PV
Ross Perot/Former Governor Richard Lamm-9.1% PV
Others (Green, Constitution, Libertarian)-1.9%

Played as Alexander. Buchanan won the first primaries, but lost steam. I won Iowa by a large margin, collecting all the delegates, the same for SC, and FL. Afterwords, I received a challenge from Gramm (Dole was off), who took up alot of votes, but with a endorsement from Lugar (my main rival early on), winning the nomination, and picking Specter as a running mate. Clinton received challenges from Gephart, LaRouche, and Dodd. Clinton won every primary, though Iowa was won by only 5%...A Power 9 scandal on Bill 2 weeks before the election sealed the deal, but I was going to win with/or without my scandal Smiley

EDIT: I did the whole campaign with a war cheast of 12,000,000, and no ads to the last two days.
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« Reply #18 on: September 26, 2011, 07:48:28 pm »

Best Game Yet Wink 2000

Senator Evan Bayh/Senator Russ Feingold-346 EV, 49,769,282 PV (45.8%).
Governor George W Bush/Former Senator John Danforth-192 EV, 47,360,281 PV (43.6%).
Activist Ralph Nader/Former Congressman Dan Hamburg-6,245,136 PV (5.8%)
Activist Pat Buchanan/Activist Ezola Foster-5,203,443 (4.8%)

I edited 2000 alot since I got this scenario. I added Paul Wellstone, and Evan Bayh to the Democratic primaries, and lots of extra VP options for each party. I created Bayh today, expecting to come in dead last in each primary. I started off with 8% in Iowa. I won Iowa, New Hampshire, and eventually, the nomination at a divided convention. Gore lost votes to the right to Bayh, and to the Left from Wellstone and Bradley. Bush won his primaries easily, though McCain and Dole gave some opposition here and their. With a centrist's Bayh and Bush (somewhat) as the nominees of the major parties, the Left boomed. Nader got 11% in Georgia, and averaged 10% in most states. Buchanan won the Teamsters and AFL-CIO endorsements for his protectionist positions. The election was extremely close, though I pulled it off. Two days before the election, it looked like Bush was gonna win a landslide.
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« Reply #19 on: October 24, 2011, 07:08:18 pm »


I cant edit Maine, but I won it too...I played Ron Paul vs Leonora Fulani in 88 without major parties, and won a landslide.
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« Reply #20 on: November 21, 2011, 06:08:54 pm »
« Edited: November 21, 2011, 06:15:30 pm by ChairmanSanchez »

The Nader Series---1996

Senator John McCain (R-AZ)/Governor Pete Wilson (R-CA)-478 EV, 41,144,932 popular votes.
President Bill Clinton (D-AR)/Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT)-60 EV, 31,090,782 popular votes.
Businessman Ross Perot (Reform-TX)/Economist Pat Choate (Reform-DC)-8,404,142 popular votes.
Activist Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Musician Jello Biafra (G-CA)-2,155,677 popular votes.
Activist Harry Browne (L-TE)/Activist Jo Jorgensen (L-SC)-658,347 popular votes.
Activist Howard Phillips (C-VA)/Activist Herb Titus (C-OK)-192,789 popular votes.

I was Nader. Im gonna play him in 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, and maybe I will add him for the 2012 scenario. My best state was California, with 8.7%, and in Vermont I got 8.1%. I performed well in Maine, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Mass.
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« Reply #21 on: November 22, 2011, 07:25:52 pm »

The Nader Series---2000

Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN)/Senator John Kerry (D-MA)-348 EV, 52,841,128 popular votes.
President John McCain (R-AR)/Governor George Pataki (R-NY)-190 EV, 49,665,791 popular votes.
Activist Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Former Congressman Dan Hamburg (G-CA)-4,231,901 popular votes.
Activist Pat Buchanan (Reform-VA)/Former Congressman Ron Paul (Reform-TX) -1,074,651 popular votes.
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InvisibleTrump
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« Reply #22 on: December 24, 2011, 04:01:06 pm »
« Edited: December 24, 2011, 04:05:08 pm by ChairmanSanchez »


Senator John Kerry (D-MA)/Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM)-273 EV, 46.3% of popular vote.
President George Bush (R-DC*)/Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX)-265 EV, 47.4% of the popular vote.
Others-6.3% of the popular vote.

I played Kerry, and quickly used momentum to knock out all rivals. I won Iowa by a massive margin, Dean, my nearest opponent, got 9% of the vote. I won every early to middle primary, and no rival got more than 200 delegates. Near the end, Clark gave me a minor challenge, winning all the end primaries, but I had 2000 delegates to his 800. I also added Ron Paul as a primary candidate, with about 10% to Powell, who I edited to have 20%. Paul won Iowa, and Powell won NH. Chafee endorsed Paul and Powell fizzled out after South Carolina. Bush only won by 300 delegates, and Paul became his VP. So I assume Bush registered as a citizen of DC for that too work. I raised a ton of money and ran a negative campaign. But when the general started, I was down energy wise -175 because of a whole weeks worth of fundraisers. Still, adds, scandals, and spinning stories kept things tight, though Kerry did no campaigning for 3 weeks, and lost all 3 debates by massive margins. I made no media appearances. The race was called at 4:48 AM. I won New Hampshire by 704 votes, and by 146 votes in New Mexico.
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« Reply #23 on: January 02, 2012, 04:32:43 pm »
« Edited: January 02, 2012, 04:38:43 pm by ChairmanSanchez »

Weirdest game yet...The sucesser game to my last post here.

President John Kerry (D-MA)/Vice President Bill Richardson (D-NM)-352 EV, 51.4% of the popular vote.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)/Governor Sarah Palin (R-AK)-186 EV, 45.4% of the popular vote.
Former Congressman Bob Barr (L-GA)/Activist Mary Ruwart (L-TX)-0 EV, 3.2% of the popular vote.

I turned off all Democrats accept for Kerry, with Sharpton, Nader, and Kucinich being primary opponents.  I received no opposition, though. The Republican primaries were between Romney and Paul, before Rudy won big on Super Tuesday. Up until the last week, Rudy was leading. A few good ads changed that Wink

 Edit: Used the wrong map, but it was pretty much right. Same percentages and states, same number I listed below the map, just differant numbers on the map.
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« Reply #24 on: January 28, 2012, 05:36:08 pm »
« Edited: January 28, 2012, 08:19:04 pm by Florida Paleocons for Paul »

2010 Arizona Senate Election.
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Senator John McCain (R-AZ)-904,360 votes (56.0%).
Activist David Nolan (L-AZ)-365,579 votes (22.6%).
Former Governor Janet Napolitano (D-AZ)-329,209 votes (20.4%).
Activist Jerry Joslyn (G-AZ)-16,684 votes (1.0%).

I played Nolan. My strategy? Footsoldiers! Footsoldiers! Footsoldiers! Every county, every week, new ones were made. I edited the game slightly to give Nolan one crusader, in the form of Ron Paul. I came within 4% of Apache county. I figure I was the "Tea Party" candidate.

Edit: I got my colors confused. I also realized colors is "colors" not "colars".....
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