The Campaign Trail Game Has Returned.

Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by DTanza, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. DTanza Jerry Brown 2020

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    http://www.americanhistoryusa.com/campaign-trail/

    After a months long disappearance due to server overload (probably caused by people on this forum playing it so much, our bad) The Campaign Trail has returned.

    Currently the only three elections are still 1896, 1968, and 2012. Personally I hope to see more in the future. It also now has difficulty levels!
     
  2. spookyscaryskeletons The man never drank a Duff in his life!

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    I played as Obama, running some standard Liberal answers with some Moderatism mixed in. I didn't see this coming at all. :eek:

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    Yep, I won the Popular vote by 2%.

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    Fun fact, I only lost Ohio by .8%.

    At least it makes room for an Obama comeback in 2016.
     
  3. Kaiser K Literally Scoop Jackson

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    It's not working for me.
     
  4. Asami Chairwoman of the Co-Prosperity Sphere

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    1968 United States presidential election

    Hubert H. Humphrey / Ted Kennedy (Democrat) - 438 EVs, 34,703,898 PVs (47.7%)
    Richard M. Nixon / Spiro Agnew (Republican) - 54 EVs, 28,571,394 PVs (39.3%)
    George Wallace / Curtis LeMay (American Independent) - 45 EVs, 9,516,466 PVs (13.1%)

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  5. Kablob Team Kamala

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    Those two pictures really confused the hell out of me until I realized you switched the colors. :p
     
  6. teg The Worst Unionist

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    Wallace gets everything he wanted...

    Humphrey/Harris: 247 electoral votes
    Nixon/Agnew: 243 electoral votes
    Wallace/LeMay: 45 electoral votes

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  7. Kaiser K Literally Scoop Jackson

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    The game is down again.
     
  8. DTanza Jerry Brown 2020

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    It's just you, it's working fine for me.
     
  9. Kaiser K Literally Scoop Jackson

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    I don't know why it isn't working for me.
     
  10. Doctor Evulz Well-Known Member

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    Humphrey landslide. I picked Ted Kennedy and ran a straight liberal, civil rights, peace campaign. The debate did nothing, but I exposed Nixon's meddling in the peace talks for the death blow.
     
  11. Asami Chairwoman of the Co-Prosperity Sphere

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    You literally have the exact same results as me. Down to the very last state. :p
     
  12. Chairwoman Roxelana Footstool Empress

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    I played as Bryan and absolutely crushed McKinley.

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  13. Doctor Evulz Well-Known Member

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    I just noticed that. Great minds think alike.

    And fools seldom differ.
     
  14. Turquoise Blue Fussy Kaleidoscope Gal

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    Managed to win Tennessee as George Wallace.
     
  15. Turquoise Blue Fussy Kaleidoscope Gal

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    Won North Carolina as well in my next run. 76 Electoral votes! What a pity Oregon went for Nixon by one stinking tenth of a percent, delivering him 270...
     
  16. Turquoise Blue Fussy Kaleidoscope Gal

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    As Obama, I won Tennessee, NC, Missouri and Montana.
     
  17. Turquoise Blue Fussy Kaleidoscope Gal

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    Damn.

    William McKinley (Republican): 241 EV, 48.8% PV
    William Jennings Bryan (Democratic): 206 EV, 50.2% PV
     
  18. Turquoise Blue Fussy Kaleidoscope Gal

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    Damn again!

    William McKinley (Republican): 226 EV, 48.6% PV
    William Jennings Bryan (Democratic): 221 EV, 50.4% PV
     
  19. teg The Worst Unionist

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    Which VP are you picking? I'd personally go for one from the mid-west and stay close to that the midwest, apart from maybe venturing off to the west coast to lock them in...

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  20. Turquoise Blue Fussy Kaleidoscope Gal

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    Horace Boies.