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Lt. Gov. Immy
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« on: April 10, 2005, 08:41:00 pm »

Just played a good 1860 game.   I was Bell and did worse than historically.  Some minor scandals throughout on every candidate but me, Lincoln won the debates.  I was close in a number of states througout (NC, TN, MD, LA, GA) but ended up with only two (KY and VI).  No one recived a mjority, so Congrees picked Douglas.

Since I don't know how to get a map up of the election, I just post some stats.

Lincoln- 28%, 64 electoral votes
Douglas- 27%, 97 electoral votes
Breckenridge- 26%, 115 electoral votes
Bell 17%, 27 electoral votes

Changes for History

Lincoln loses Oregon, California, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania.

Douglas gains Oregon, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, New York, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire.

Breckenridge gains Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and California

Bell loses Tennessee.

Best States:
Lincoln: Vermont, 74.1%
Douglas: Michigan, 52.4%
Breckenridge: Texas, 75.4%
Bell: Virginia, 47.9%

Worst States:
Lincoln: Florida, 0% (20)
Douglas: Texas, 0.1%
Breckenridge: Illinois, 0.5%
Bell: Illinois 0% (231)

Closest States:
Oregon: Douglas voer Breckenridge 42.0 to 41.8
Maine: Lincoln over Douglas 45.2 to 44.6
New Jersey: Douglas over Lincoln 49.6 to 48.5
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Lt. Gov. Immy
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« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2005, 08:13:12 pm »


Bandit would be proud. Smiley
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