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« on: June 21, 2013, 03:27:45 pm »



Evan Bayh (IN) vs John McCain (AZ)
307-51,78% vs 231-47,52%   
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« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2013, 08:09:26 am »

The 2016 Map made my eyes burn. I hate every Bush except for the H.W one...
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« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2013, 11:59:32 pm »


1992 Scenario
Bob Kerrey/Mark White vs Bush/Quayle vs Ross Perot (Campaigning hard in Hawaii and Alaska)

Tongue
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« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2013, 11:28:07 pm »
« Edited: August 01, 2013, 11:03:47 am by SoIA Superique »

1976 Election (I want to do this timeline)

Mo Udall challenged Paul Fannin in 1970 and was elected in a close election. He became know for his support for environmental protection, his liberal records and his protection of native Americans. Udall Beats Carter in Iowa (40% vs 32%) and in New Hampshire with higher margins (47% vs 33%) and leads all the way down to the Democratic Convention.

President Ford fails to win the Republican Convention and decides to support Reagan that picks Schweitzer as his running mate. Things were pretty bad for Udall in the Northeast, that is why he decided to take more focus on the west and on the south, picking Bentsen. However, that wasn't enough: Udall was popular in the West but he lost some ground in the South when Reagan portrayed him as "not-tough on Crime" making some inroads in the Deep South. Bentsen was pretty valuable, crucial in the South. Idaho, Utah, Nevada were big surprises of the night because they tend to go Democrat Way only when it's going to be a landslide, many specialists told that this was a result of the power of Udall with LDS Voters.

Pretty Strange Map


Former Governor Ronald Reagan/ Senator Richard Schweiker (R) 320 EVs 49.8%
Senator Mo Udall/ Senator Lloyd Bentsen (D) 218 EVs 49.4%
Former Senator Eugene McCarthy (I) 0,8%

1980 Election (I want to do this timeline)


Governor Jerry Brown/ Senator Jimmy Carter (D) 422 EVs 53.38%
President Ronald Reagan/ Vice-President Richard Schweiker 116 EVs 43,12%
Representative John B. Anderson/ Former Governor Patrick Lucey 0 EV 3,1%
Others 0,4%

To be developed. Jerry Brown goes like Reagan in real life, but his stand on issues can't allow him to destroy Reagan, that performed slightly better than real life President Carter. Oh, talikng about Carter decided to run for Senator after loosing the nomination for Mo Udall!
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« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2013, 07:20:35 am »
« Edited: December 10, 2013, 07:22:24 am by SoIA Superique »

ˆˆˆThat Game was awsome. Just played with William J. Bryan.

1896 Elections - Changing History


224 to win

HR William Jennings Brian (D-NE)/ Governor Claude Mathews (D-IN): 234 EVs -51.07% (7,116,089)
Governor William McKinley (R-OH)/ Garret Hobart (R-NJ): 213 EVs - 47,98% (6,685,030)
Governor John M. Palmer (ND-IL)/ Governor Simon B. Bolivar (ND-KY): 0EV - 0,95% (131,985)
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« Reply #5 on: December 10, 2013, 08:20:17 am »
« Edited: December 10, 2013, 08:46:41 am by SoIA Superique »

2012 - Meh Romney wins!


270 to win

Fmr. Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA)/ Senator Robert Portman (R-OH): 315 EVs - 49,98% (65,330,124)
President Barack Obama (D-IL)/ Vice-President Joe Biden (D-DE): 223 EVs - 48,35% (63,196,873)
Fmr. Governor Gary Johnson (L-NM)/ Jurist James P. Gray (L-CA): 0 EVs - 1,34% (1,746,541)
Physician Jill Stein (G-MA)/ Anti-Poverty Advocate Cheri Honkala (G-MN) 0 EVs - 0,34% (439,584)

Just changed the hole campaign of Mitt Romney. Instead of just bashing Obama, I tried to send a beautiful conservative message of Optimism, being a little bit vague sometimes, while keeping with a social conservative position on many issues. Focused a lot in the Midwest and in the Rust Belt and picked Portman to lock Ohio. There were things pretty strange in that map. Gary Johnson did pretty well in that game (3,27% in Nevada/ 4,34% in New Mexico/ 2,49% in Colorado) and New York was a close state (Obama: 51.22%/Romney: 47.05%/Johnson: 1.38%/Stein: 0.35%).

Here there's a list of the closest states:
1.Virginia (Romeny 49.44%/ Obama 49,22%)
2.Florida (Meh Romeny 50,02%/ Obama 48,81%)
3.New Hampshire (Romney 50,15%/ Obama 48,37%)
4.Iowa (Romney 50,27%/Obama 48,29%)
5.Colorado (Romney 49,60%/ Obama 47,59%)
6.Delaware (Obama 50,36%/Romney 48,11%)
7.Pennsylvania (Romney 50,62%/ Obama 48,16%)
8.Wisconsin (Romney 50,58%/ Obama 47,98%)
9. Nevada (Obama 49,73%/ Romney 48,62%)
10. New York (Obama 51,22%/ Romney 47,05%)

(NJ,MI,MT,MN,MO) were also close.

Best States:
Obama - D.C (88,71%)
Romney - Utah (69,97%)
Johnson - New Mexico (4,34%)
Stein - D.C (1,65%)


Oh! Romney did better than McCain in Arizona! (60,11%)
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« Reply #6 on: December 17, 2013, 01:54:16 pm »

Clinton/Brown: 303 (50.8%)
Huckabee/Rubio: 235 (47.9%)

This looks pretty possible! But I believe that even Colorado could flip for Huckabee...
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« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2013, 06:46:07 pm »

Possible tossup map for Christie vs Clinton:



Kentucky would be a toss up sorry!
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« Reply #8 on: January 14, 2014, 07:21:52 pm »

1980 Presidential Election


President James E. Carter (GA)/ Vice President Water Mondale (MN): 47.8% of the Popular Vote - 270 EVs
Former Governor Ronald Reagan (CA)/ CIA Ambassador George H. W. Bush (TX): 48.3% of the Popular Vote-   268 EVs
Congressman John B. Anderson (IL)/ Mexico Ambassador Patrick Lucey (WI): 3.9% of the Popular Vote
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« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2014, 02:05:08 pm »

A huge scandal is brought about Chris "Corrupt" Christie, that is changed by Tim Pawlenty, the only one that accepted to take back a campaign that was in shambles,  and Hillslide happens!


2016 Election


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (NY)/ Senator Scott Brown (OH) -  54.3%
Fmr. Governor Tim Pawlenty (MN)/ Fmr. Senator Rick Santorum (PA) - 40.2%
Fmr. Governor Garry Johnson (NM)/ Fmr. Congressman Bob Barr (GA) - 5.1%
Others - 0.4%
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« Reply #10 on: January 16, 2014, 02:28:57 pm »


2016 Election


General Wesley Clark (D-AR)/Ambassador John Huntsman (I-UT) - 49.2%
Senator Robert Portman (R-OH)/ Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) - 49.3%
Others - 1.5%

2016 Election


Fmr. Senator Evan Bayh (IN)/ Senator Claire McCaskill (MO) - 50.2%
Governor Suzanna Martinez (NM)/Governor Jeb Bush (FL) - 49.5%
Others - 0.3%
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« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2014, 05:21:06 pm »

A few days before the DNC, Nixon's campaign is hit hard at first by the departure of Spiro Agnew that is found guilty of several corruption scandals during his term as Governor of Maryland. Nixon then picks Mr.Gerald Ford to fill the vacancy.  George McGovern then decides to pick Tom Eagleton. Watergate breaks up earlier than expected destroying any kind of good prospect from Nixon's campaign.

Nixon use his dirty tricks and Eagleton leaves the campaign after accusations of depression. McGovern use this as an advantage and picks Senator Birch Bayh as his VP. Gerald Ford looks distant from the campaign trail and don't like to see himself linked with the President, while Nixon don't give up of the campaign. The President looks ironical and denials everything while all the reports show something different.

He refuses to participate on the debate and McGovern is allowed to go on a widely seen interview on the television. No surprise at all, McGovern landslide.

1972 Election


Senator George McGovern (D-SD)/ Senator Birch Bayh (D-IN) - 499 EVs - 61.75% of PV
President Richard M. Nixon (R-CA)/ Speaker Gerald Ford (R-MI) - 39 EVs - 35.43% of PV
Others - 2,81%
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