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allnjhaugh
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E: 1.55, S: -0.87

« on: August 21, 2011, 08:35:57 pm »

Played my custom 2012 scenario. Banged it out in a couple of hours, anybody want a copy? feedback would be appreciated!



Mitt Romney, 35.6%, 1084 delegates
Rick Perry, 37%, 797 delegates
Jon Huntsman, 27.4%, 576 delegates
Somehow, I (Huntsman) got endorsed by Perry after all the primaries ended. Despite leading in the polls, for some strange reason he always stays at -8% chance.

Next up, Huntsman vs. Obama at 46/45 and 244/242.
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allnjhaugh
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Political Matrix
E: 1.55, S: -0.87

« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2011, 05:24:50 pm »



Barack Obama/Barbara Boxer (D): 65,615,891 PV, 47.7%, 250 EVs
Jon Huntsman/Scott Brown (R): 71,924,552 PV, 52.3%, 288 EVs
Best state:
Obama: VT, 57.7%
Huntsman: WY, 70.1%
Closest state: NJ, 50%/50%, 2,043,599/2,041,201
I'd say this scenario is pretty fairly balanced.
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allnjhaugh
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Political Matrix
E: 1.55, S: -0.87

« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2011, 12:55:11 am »

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%)

Did you play the primaries? If so, have you seen the Perry endorsement offers? For me, he's always at like -8% no matter how strong he is in the polls, in both my scenario and NVGonzalez's.

Why does perry always have to be such a quitter in this game? :/
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allnjhaugh
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E: 1.55, S: -0.87

« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2011, 08:01:30 pm »

Used NVGonzalez's new update (It's AMAZING),
President Barack Obama (D-IL)/Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY)-237 EV, 46,286,971 popular votes
Donald Trump (R-NY)/Governor Susana Martinez (R-NM)-217 EV, 45,533,806 popular votes
Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM)/Lance Brown (L-CA)-84 EV, 37,555,872 popular votes
Kent Mesplay (G-CA)/Grace Ross (G-IL)-0 EV, 104,797 popular votes

Obama absolutely would've won had I not ran as Johnson. Congress elected Obama.
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allnjhaugh
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E: 1.55, S: -0.87

« Reply #4 on: December 25, 2012, 02:12:28 am »

1984: (Hard)

I spent 95% of my resources recruiting footsoldiers; I was tied at 42 and ended up winning 52-43, with ~100 footsoldiers in play. It was the dullest game I've played yet, but hey, 450+ EVs as freakin' Mondale is pretty cool, right?
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