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« on: April 15, 2022, 01:52:15 AM »
« edited: April 16, 2022, 02:54:19 PM by NewYorkExpress »

With a Winter full of jockeying for campaign position behind everyone, the 2024 Presidential Campaign begins in earnest as May dawns.

On the Republican side, former President Donald Trump faces Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Vermont Governor Phil Scott. Trump holds the lead, but combined, DeSantis Scott outpoll him nationally, and in key primary states, showing that the Republican Party is starting to move on from the controversial Trump years.

Republican Party-National

Donald Trump 36%
Ron DeSantis 26%
Phil Scott 11%

Republican Party-Iowa

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 8%

Republican Party-New Hampshire

Donald Trump 27%
Ron DeSantis 23%
Phil Scott 16%

Republican Party-South Carolina

Donald Trump 34%
Ron DeSantis 29%
Phil Scott 6%

Republican Party-Nevada

Donald Trump 33%
Ron DeSantis 21%
Phil Scott 9%

Republican Party-Louisiana

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 12%

On the Democratic side, Vice President Kamala Harris is the nominal frontrunner, but she faces several challengers. Two stand out at this early date. New York Governor Kathy Hochul, who survived a scandal involving her handpicked Lieutenant Governor to easily defeat Lee Zeldin, and Senator Tammy Baldwin, who is the lone progressive running. Also in the race is North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who is expected to compete with Harris in the South, especially in South Carolina.

Democrats-National

Kamala Harris 30%
Tammy Baldwin 20%
Kathy Hochul 20%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-Iowa

Tammy Baldwin 25%
Kamala Harris 24%
Kathy Hochul 17%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-New Hampshire

Kamala Harris 33%
Kathy Hochul 25%
Tammy Baldwin 16%
Roy Cooper 11%

Democrats-Nevada

Kamala Harris 37%
Kathy Hochul 18%
Roy Cooper 16%
Tammy Baldwin 13%

Democrats-South Carolina

Roy Cooper 21%
Kamala Harris 20%
Kathy Hochul 20%
Tammy Baldwin 14%

Democrats-Louisiana

Kamala Harris 24%
Roy Cooper 21%
Kathy Hochul 19%
Tammy Baldwin 15%

General Election

Generic R 46%
Generic D 45%

The 2023 Off-Year elections are in full swing. In Mississippi, the incumbent Tate Reeves will face Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, in what is seen as a likely hold for the Republicans.

For the two Democratic held Governor's mansions in Louisiana and Kentucky, Democrats face a difficult road to holding both. In Louisiana, where the incumbent, John Bel Edwards in term-limited, Democrats have rallied around former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. However three strong Republicans are running, in Attorney General Jeff Landry, Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser and former Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne.

In Kentucky, the incumbent, Andy Beshear may have dodged a bullet when Attorney General Daniel Cameron declined to run, but he will face Auditor Mike Harmon in the general election in a deeply Republican state.  


Mississippi Governor

Tate Reeves (R) 55%
Brandon Presley (D) 36%

Louisiana Governor

Jeff Landry (R) 31%
Mitch Landrieu (D) 24%
Billy Nungesser (R) 24%
Jay Dardenne (R) 13%

Kentucky-Governor

Mike Harmon (R) 48%
Andy Beshear (D) 47%

News

Finland, Sweden officially join NATO

Dianne Feinstein dead at 89 of a stroke

London Breed appointed to replace Dianne Feinstein in United States Senate.


This turn will take place from May 1, 2023 until May 29, 2023. There are no debates this turn (at least that I am moderating, though you may challenge each other to debates and I will be more than willing to moderate them). You are required to post either a schedule or some other method of explaining what your candidate is doing.

Good luck.
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« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2022, 02:26:29 PM »

With a Winter full of jockeying for campaign position behind everyone, the 2020 Presidential Campaign begins in earnest as May dawns.

On the Republican side, former President Donald Trump faces Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Vermont Governor Phil Scott. Trump holds the lead, but combined, DeSantis Scott outpoll him nationally, and in key primary states, showing that the Republican Party is starting to move on from the controversial Trump years.

Republican Party-National

Donald Trump 36%
Ron DeSantis 26%
Phil Scott 11%

Republican Party-Iowa

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 8%

Republican Party-New Hampshire

Donald Trump 27%
Ron DeSantis 23%
Phil Scott 16%

Republican Party-South Carolina

Donald Trump 34%
Ron DeSantis 29%
Phil Scott 6%

Republican Party-Nevada

Donald Trump 33%
Ron DeSantis 21%
Phil Scott 9%

Republican Party-Louisiana

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 12%

On the Democratic side, Vice President Kamala Harris is the nominal frontrunner, but she faces several challengers. Two stand out at this early date. New York Governor Kathy Hochul, who survived a scandal involving her handpicked Lieutenant Governor to easily defeat Lee Zeldin, and Senator Tammy Baldwin, who is the lone progressive running. Also in the race is North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who is expected to compete with Harris in the South, especially in South Carolina.

Democrats-National

Kamala Harris 30%
Tammy Baldwin 20%
Kathy Hochul 20%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-Iowa

Tammy Baldwin 25%
Kamala Harris 24%
Kathy Hochul 17%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-New Hampshire

Kamala Harris 33%
Kathy Hochul 25%
Tammy Baldwin 16%
Roy Cooper 11%

Democrats-Nevada

Kamala Harris 37%
Kathy Hochul 18%
Roy Cooper 16%
Tammy Baldwin 13%

Democrats-South Carolina

Roy Cooper 21%
Kamala Harris 20%
Kathy Hochul 20%
Tammy Baldwin 14%

Democrats-Louisiana

Kamala Harris 24%
Roy Cooper 21%
Kathy Hochul 19%
Tammy Baldwin 15%

General Election

Generic R 46%
Generic D 45%

The 2023 Off-Year elections are in full swing. In Mississippi, the incumbent Tate Reeves will face Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, in what is seen as a likely hold for the Republicans.

For the two Democratic held Governor's mansions in Louisiana and Kentucky, Democrats face a difficult road to holding both. In Louisiana, where the incumbent, John Bel Edwards in term-limited, Democrats have rallied around former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. However three strong Republicans are running, in Attorney General Jeff Landry, Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser and former Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne.

In Kentucky, the incumbent, Andy Beshear may have dodged a bullet when Attorney General Daniel Cameron declined to run, but he will face Auditor Mike Harmon in the general election in a deeply Republican state.   


Mississippi Governor

Tate Reeves (R) 55%
Brandon Presley (D) 36%

Louisiana Governor

Jeff Landry (R) 31%
Mitch Landrieu (D) 24%
Billy Nungesser (R) 24%
Jay Dardenne (R) 13%

Kentucky-Governor

Mike Harmon (R) 48%
Andy Beshear (D) 47%

News

Finland, Sweden officially join NATO

Dianne Feinstein dead at 89 of a stroke

London Breed appointed to replace Dianne Feinstein in United States Senate.


This turn will take place from May 1, 2023 until May 29, 2023. There are no debates this turn (at least that I am moderating, though you may challenge each other to debates and I will be more than willing to moderate them). You are required to post either a schedule or some other method of explaining what your candidate is doing.

Good luck.

You should change the title so people donít get confused.

The sign up/discussion thread is clearly marked as such.
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« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2022, 02:54:09 PM »

With a Winter full of jockeying for campaign position behind everyone, the 2020 Presidential Campaign begins in earnest as May dawns.

On the Republican side, former President Donald Trump faces Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Vermont Governor Phil Scott. Trump holds the lead, but combined, DeSantis Scott outpoll him nationally, and in key primary states, showing that the Republican Party is starting to move on from the controversial Trump years.

Republican Party-National

Donald Trump 36%
Ron DeSantis 26%
Phil Scott 11%

Republican Party-Iowa

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 8%

Republican Party-New Hampshire

Donald Trump 27%
Ron DeSantis 23%
Phil Scott 16%

Republican Party-South Carolina

Donald Trump 34%
Ron DeSantis 29%
Phil Scott 6%

Republican Party-Nevada

Donald Trump 33%
Ron DeSantis 21%
Phil Scott 9%

Republican Party-Louisiana

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 12%

On the Democratic side, Vice President Kamala Harris is the nominal frontrunner, but she faces several challengers. Two stand out at this early date. New York Governor Kathy Hochul, who survived a scandal involving her handpicked Lieutenant Governor to easily defeat Lee Zeldin, and Senator Tammy Baldwin, who is the lone progressive running. Also in the race is North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who is expected to compete with Harris in the South, especially in South Carolina.

Democrats-National

Kamala Harris 30%
Tammy Baldwin 20%
Kathy Hochul 20%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-Iowa

Tammy Baldwin 25%
Kamala Harris 24%
Kathy Hochul 17%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-New Hampshire

Kamala Harris 33%
Kathy Hochul 25%
Tammy Baldwin 16%
Roy Cooper 11%

Democrats-Nevada

Kamala Harris 37%
Kathy Hochul 18%
Roy Cooper 16%
Tammy Baldwin 13%

Democrats-South Carolina

Roy Cooper 21%
Kamala Harris 20%
Kathy Hochul 20%
Tammy Baldwin 14%

Democrats-Louisiana

Kamala Harris 24%
Roy Cooper 21%
Kathy Hochul 19%
Tammy Baldwin 15%

General Election

Generic R 46%
Generic D 45%

The 2023 Off-Year elections are in full swing. In Mississippi, the incumbent Tate Reeves will face Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, in what is seen as a likely hold for the Republicans.

For the two Democratic held Governor's mansions in Louisiana and Kentucky, Democrats face a difficult road to holding both. In Louisiana, where the incumbent, John Bel Edwards in term-limited, Democrats have rallied around former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu. However three strong Republicans are running, in Attorney General Jeff Landry, Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser and former Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne.

In Kentucky, the incumbent, Andy Beshear may have dodged a bullet when Attorney General Daniel Cameron declined to run, but he will face Auditor Mike Harmon in the general election in a deeply Republican state.   


Mississippi Governor

Tate Reeves (R) 55%
Brandon Presley (D) 36%

Louisiana Governor

Jeff Landry (R) 31%
Mitch Landrieu (D) 24%
Billy Nungesser (R) 24%
Jay Dardenne (R) 13%

Kentucky-Governor

Mike Harmon (R) 48%
Andy Beshear (D) 47%

News

Finland, Sweden officially join NATO

Dianne Feinstein dead at 89 of a stroke

London Breed appointed to replace Dianne Feinstein in United States Senate.


This turn will take place from May 1, 2023 until May 29, 2023. There are no debates this turn (at least that I am moderating, though you may challenge each other to debates and I will be more than willing to moderate them). You are required to post either a schedule or some other method of explaining what your candidate is doing.

Good luck.

You should change the title so people donít get confused.

The sign up/discussion thread is clearly marked as such.
I think he means that you listed the thread as 2004, not 2024.
Oh. That typo has been fixed. That's the problem with doing this at two in the morning.
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« Reply #3 on: April 24, 2022, 12:56:37 AM »
« Edited: April 30, 2022, 08:55:29 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Memorial Day 2023. As Americans solemnly remember those lost in American wars, the Presidential candidates have begun their campaigns, with some doing better than others.

Republicans

Donald Trump may have announced his campaign, but other than that he was relatively quiet on the campaign trail. This may be by design, as a quiet Trump is a Trump that doesn't offend other candidates, the press, or anyone else. Ron DeSantis has been busy, aiming his attacks at Trump's advisors whom he called RINO's and has gained the most this month, while Phil Scott has burnished his general election credentials of bipartisanship, but this may not be what Republican Primary voters want to hear.

Republicans-National

Donald Trump 33%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 14%

Republicans-Iowa

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 29%
Phil Scott 9%

Republicans-New Hampshire

Donald Trump 26%
Ron DeSantis 24%
Phil Scott 18%

Republicans-Nevada

Donald Trump 30%
Ron DeSantis 25%
Phil Scott 10%

Republicans-South Carolina

Donald Trump 27%
Ron DeSantis 27%
Phil Scott 8%

Republicans-Louisiana

Donald Trump 28%
Ron DeSantis 26%
Phil Scott 9%

Democrats

While the primary has been dominated so far by the attacks being slung between Kamala Harris, Roy Cooper, Kathy Hochul and Tammy Baldwin on experience and progressive credentials, and the attacks have most heavily damaged Harris, who, along with Baldwin is being hurt by the impending entry of Elizabeth Warren. Warren, whose 2020 run ended on Super Tuesday is the second progressive candidate to enter the race. Her entry touches off a crowded Senate primary in Massachusetts, with former Representative Joe Kennedy III, and Representative Ayanna Pressley the current frontrunners.

Democrats-National

Kamala Harris 24%
Elizabeth Warren 24%
Kathy Hochul 17%
Tammy Baldwin 17%
Roy Cooper 13%

Democrats-Iowa

Tammy Baldwin 22%
Elizabeth Warren 21%
Kamala Harris 21%
Kathy Hochul 18%
Roy Cooper 14%

Democrats-New Hampshire

Kamala Harris 30%
Elizabeth Warren 26%
Kathy Hochul 19%
Tammy Baldwin 15%
Roy Cooper 7%

Democrats-Nevada

Kamala Harris 29%
Elizabeth Warren 21%
Kathy Hochul 16%
Tammy Baldwin 16%
Roy Cooper 12%

Democrats-South Carolina

Roy Cooper 21%
Kamala Harris 18%
Elizabeth Warren 15%
Kathy Hochul 14%
Tammy Baldwin 14%

Democrats-Louisiana

Roy Cooper 22%
Kamala Harris 22%
Elizabeth Warren 14%
Kathy Hochul 13%
Tammy Baldwin 12%

Endorsements

Ron DeSantis Former Attorney General William Barr, Representative Marianette Miller-Meeks (R-IA), Governor Glenn Youngkin (R-VA)

Phil Scott: Former Governor Larry Hogan (R-MD), Former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice

Kathy Hochul: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Representative Ritchie Torres (D-NY), Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), Former State Senator Alessandra Biaggi (D-NY), Governor Janet Mills (D-ME), Governor Phil Murphy (D-NJ)

Roy Cooper:Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu (D-LA), State Senator Brad Hutto (D-SC), State Senator Karl Allen (D-SC).

Tammy Baldwin: Senator Jeff Merkely (D-OR)

Kamala Harris: Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA), Former Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA), Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA), Former Representative Cindy Axne (D-IA), Former Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH), New Hampshire Political Insider Bill Shaheen (D).

General Election

Generic R: 45%
Generic D: 45%

News

Republicans will filibuster ICAC Act in Senate

Clarence Thomas to resign as Supreme Court Justice in exchange for immunity for prosecution for wife Ginni in relation to activities in and around 1/6/2021

Biden Adminstration to nominate Barack Obama to the Supreme Court

Peace deal reached in Ukraine. Ukraine will surrender the Donbas and all claims to Crimea, and in exchange Russia will allow Ukraine to join NATO and the European Union if the other members are willing to let them in.

This turn's schedule will run until June 14, 2023. There will be a Democratic Primary Debate this turn, taking place at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, on June 7.

The turn ends on Sunday, May 1, at 11:59 PM
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« Reply #4 on: April 24, 2022, 01:30:13 AM »

Democratic Primary Debate


Good Evening, I'm Fareed Zakaria, and welcome to tonight's Democratic Presidential Primary debate. At this time, I'd like to go over the rules of the debate. All candidates will have the opportunity to respond to questions from me, and to respond to what the others say. There will be questions directed at individual candidates, and questions directed at the entire field.

To Harris: Your approval ratings with Independent voters currently leave you as the most unpopular Vice President since Dick Cheney. How do you plan to rectify that if you wish to win a general election?

To Harris, Hochul, Warren and Baldwin: Each of you has a chance to become the first female President. Explain why you would be the best person to earn that lofty status.

To Warren and Baldwin: If you cannot get Medicare for All passed, would you support a compromise plan like a public option?

To Baldwin: You would be the first LGBT President. Do you believe America is ready for an LGBT President?

To Warren and Baldwin: What do you say to those in the Democratic Party who believe your Presidential candidacies are putting your Party's Senate majority at risk?

To Cooper and Hochul: Would you support Medicare for All?

To Hochul: Your First Lieutenant Governor was forced to resign after being caught in a corruption scandal. How can voters trust your judgement as President?

To Cooper: How would you approach negotiations with states with Iran or North Korea?

To All: If you could unilaterally amend the constitution once, what amendment would you add?

To All: New Orleans is considered one of the most at-risk cities for climate change in the world. Tell me what your climate plan does to protect New Orleans.

To All: Would you commit the United States military to defend Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion?
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« Reply #5 on: May 03, 2022, 04:27:17 PM »
« Edited: May 03, 2022, 05:15:40 PM by NewYorkExpress »

With June halfway over, the Presidential race is getting more intense.

On the Republican side, Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail. His brash campaign style was largely nowhere to be seen however. He did, however, pick up several high-profile endorsements. Meanwhile, Phil Scott, also picked up several high-profile endorsements, but his continued bipartisan efforts have been causing him significant problems with the base.

Republican Party-National

Donald Trump 30%
Ron DeSantis 26%
Phil Scott 12%

Republican Party-Iowa

Donald Trump 35%
Ron DeSantis 24%
Phil Scott 9%

Republican Party-New Hampshire

Donald Trump 24%
Ron DeSantis 19%
Phil Scott 19%

Republican Party-Nevada

Donald Trump 28%
Ron DeSantis 18%
Phil Scott 9%

Republican Party-South Carolina

Donald Trump 27%
Ron DeSantis 21%
Phil Scott 11%

Republican Party-Louisiana

Donald Trump 29%
Ron DeSantis 22%
Phil Scott 10%

On the Democratic side, the debate dominated the headlines. Roy Cooper's performance stole the spotlight, as he successfully combated with both Kathy Hochul and Kamala Harris, while Tammy Baldwin also put together a strong performance. Hochul also did herself no harm. Harris meanwhile, was widely judged by impartial observers to have come off the worst in her exchanges with Cooper, and in some of her responses, and it has cost her in the polls.Still, endorsements continue flocking to her, with many new endorsements lining up behind her.

Democrats-National

Kamala Harris 21%
Kathy Hochul 21%
Tammy Baldwin 19%
Elizabeth Warren 16%
Roy Cooper 16%

Democrats-Iowa

Tammy Baldwin 25%
Kathy Hochul 22%
Kamala Harris 20%
Elizabeth Warren 17%
Roy Cooper 14%

Democrats-New Hampshire

Kamala Harris 27%
Kathy Hochul 24%
Tammy Baldwin 21%
Elizabeth Warren 14%
Roy Cooper 9%

Democratic Party-Nevada

Kamala Harris 25%
Tammy Baldwin 17%
Kathy Hochul 16%
Elizabeth Warren 11%
Roy Cooper 12 %

Democratic Party-South Carolina

Roy Cooper 23%
Kamala Harris 19%
Kathy Hochul 17%
Tammy Baldwin 14%
Elizabeth Warren 9%

Democratic Party-Louisiana

Roy Cooper 20%
Kamala Harris 19%
Kathy Hochul 19%
Tammy Baldwin 11%
Elizabeth Warren 10%

General Election

Generic R 46%
Generic D 46%

New Endorsements

Phil Scott Former Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Former Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), Former Governor Charlie Baker (R-MA), former Governor Jeb Bush (R-FL), former Governor John Kasich (R-OH), Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs (R-TN).

Donald Trump: Senator Roger Marshall (R-KS), Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), Senator John Kennedy (R-LA), Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS), Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO)

Tammy Baldwin: AFL-CIO, LBTGQ Victory Fund, Governor Tony Evers (D-WI), Representative Marc Pocan (D-WI)

Roy Cooper: State Senator Dick Hartpoolian (D-SC), Charleston Mayor John Tecklenberg (D-SC), Former Representative Chris Pappas (D-NH), State Senator Tom Sherman (D-NH), Iowa City Mayor Bruce Teague (D-IA), State Senator Zach Walhs (D-IA), Dubuque Mayor Brad Cavanaugh (D-IA), State Senator Todd Taylor (D-IA), Representative Dina Titus (D-NV), Representative Susie Lee (D-NV)
7 IA state representatives; 2 IA state senators; 4 NH state senators):

Todd Prichard (D-IA)
Chris Hall (D-IA)
Steve Hansen (D-IA)
Charlie McConkey (D-IA)
Ross Wilburn (D-IA)
Jennifer Konfrst (D-IA)
Sharon S. Steckman (D-IA)
Amanda Ragan (D-IA)
Jackie Smith (D-IA)
Cindy Rosenwald (D-NH)
Jay Kahn (D-NH)
Suzanne Prentiss (D-NH)
Rebecca Kwoka (D-NH)

Kathy Hochul: IBEU, ATU, RWWDSU, Former Representative Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), Representative Angie Craig (D-MN), Representative Lauren Underwood (D-IL), Former Representative Max Rose (D-NY), Attorney General Letitia James (D-NY), Attorney General Dana Nessel (D-MI), Lieutenant Governor Lisa Cano Burkhead (D-NV)

Further downballot, the 2023 Gubernatorial races have taken shape. Andy Beshear has pulled into a small lead against Auditor Mike Harmon in Kentucky. In Mississippi, Tate Reeves continues to hold a wide lead against Public service commissioner Brandon Presley. And in Louisiana, Mitch Landrieu has sunk to third place in a race that has drawn national attention, and may need divine intervention to make the runoff after the jungle primary, as he trails both Attorney General Jeff Landry and Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser due to the nationalization of the race.

Kentucky-Governor

Andy Beshear (D) 47%
Mike Harmon (R) 45%

Mississippi-Governor

Tate Reeves (R) 59%
Brandon Presley (D) 38%

Louisiana-Governor

Jeff Landry (R) 36%
Billy Nungesser (R) 29%
Mitch Landrieu (D) 23%
Jay Dardenne (R) 7%

News

Senate Confirmation Hearings for Barack Obama will begin on August 1.

Cori Bush proposes constitutional amendment that would strip whites of citizenship as reparations for slavery.

Xavier Becerra to step down as Secretary of Health and Human Services, will run for the Senate in 2024

President Biden to nominate Eric Garcetti as Secretary of Health and Human Services.

Kirsten Gillibrand to block Garcetti nomination in the Senate "by any means necessary".

This turn lasts in-game until July 4, 2023. There will be a Republican Party Presidential debate on July 1, 2023, taking place at Bob Jones University, in Greenville, South Carolina.

This turn will end on Sunday, May 10, at 11:59 PM.
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« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2022, 05:15:29 PM »

OOC: Sorry for the delay, but I had a little trouble thinking about who would moderate a Republican debate, and what questions would be asked.

Good evening, I'm Rick Santorum, and welcome to tonight's Republican Primary debate from Bob Jones University.

Let's go over the rules. Candidates will have the opportunity to respond to questions from me. Some questions may be directed at one candidate, others may be directed at multiple candidates.


To Scott: As a moderate candidate who is openly performing outreach to Democrats, what is your plan to win over conservatives?

To All: Would you accept the results of the election if you lost?

To All: Would you support a ban on same-sex marriage and civil unions?
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To All Would you support banning female birth control and condoms?

To Trump: As a former casino owner, do you support the legalization of online gambling on a national level?
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« Reply #7 on: May 25, 2022, 07:53:40 PM »

Republican Primary Polling

Iowa Caucus

Donald Trump 20%
Ron DeSantis 19%
Phil Scott 12%

New Hampshire Primary

Phil Scott 17%
Donald Trump 16%
Ron DeSantis 16%

Nevada Caucus

Donald Trump 19%
Phil Scott 11%
Ron DeSantis 11%

South Carolina Primary

Ron DeSantis 21%
Phil Scott 18%
Donald Trump 18%

Louisiana Primary

Ron DeSantis 19%
Donald Trump 19%
Phil Scott 10%

Democratic Primary

Iowa Caucus

Tammy Baldwin 25%
Kathy Hochul 18%
Roy Cooper 16%
Elizabeth Warren 9%
Kamala Harris 9%

New Hampshire Primary

Kathy Hochul 20%
Tammy Baldwin 20%
Roy Cooper 15%
Elizabeth Warren 10%
Kamala Harris 10%

Nevada Caucus

Tammy Baldwin 15%
Kathy Hochul 15%
Roy Cooper 15%
Kamala Harris 14%
Elizabeth Warren 7%

South Carolina Primary

Roy Cooper 30%
Kathy Hochul 14%
Tammy Baldwin 13%
Kamala Harris 10%
Elizabeth Warren 9%

Louisiana Primary

Roy Cooper 21%
Kathy Hochul 18%
Tammy Baldwin 13%
Kamala Harris 11%
Elizabeth Warren 8%

This turn ends on July 31, 2023 in game. There will be a Democratic Primary debate on July 29, 2023 at Saint Anselm College, in Goffstown, New Hampshire.

The turn will end when all players have posted or on Monday Night, June 6, at 11:59 PM, whichever comes second.
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« Reply #8 on: May 29, 2022, 09:22:36 PM »

Democratic Presidential Debate

Good Evening, I'm Megyn Kelly, and welcome to tonight's Democratic Presidential Primary debate, live from Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire.

The candidates will have the opportunity to respond to questions from me, and to respond to each other.



To Harris: Your record as San Francisco District Attorney and Attorney General of California has come under scrutiny by progressives and Black Lives Matters Activists. How do plan to make amends for this as President?

To Baldwin: Would you support legitimizing the regime of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela?

To Hochul: Your past as a Blue Dog Representative has caused skepticism among progressives. How do plan to mollify them as President?

To Cooper: Would you support revisiting the Iran Nuclear Deal which former President Trump withdrew from in 2017?

To All: Would you support reforming the Presidential Primary calendar to require the first states in the primary process to be more reflective of the party?

To All: Would you consider mandated affirmative action in federal employment?

To All: Do you support an open borders policy for immigration?

To All: How will you address the ongoing opioid crisis?
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