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Hispanos Unidos - A party of more centrist minded hispanics they remain to the champion of hispanic issues in terms of discrimination and opposition to the high tax rates proposed by Labor politicians.

Asian Action - A party designed to serve the interests of Chinese Americans, their position as part of the government coalition has been their first time in power in this state, thanks to their very inoffensive positions and willingness to cooperate with all sides.

Minor problems here.

I would expect Hispanos Unidos to win more in the Hudson County area, after all it is around 60% Hispanic. Many people there do not particularly like their government because the government is not relating to them on Hispanic issues such as immigration reform. Overall, Hispanics in Hudson are centrists, so it's a breeding ground for Hispanos Unidos (Trust me, I've lived there.)
With Asian Action- While there are Chinese Americans in NJ, The majority of Asians here are Korean (In the North East, Particularly Bergen County is where you would find towns that are majority Korean) and Indian (Particularly Middlesex and Monmouth Counties). Asian Action should in this case serve all Asians, not a minority group of Asians.

Besides this, fantastic work.
 
Gerrymandered Georgia:
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Democrats: 10 seats
Republicans: 4 seats
 
What districts are republican and what districts are Democrat? What are the percentages?

I didn't save the final results, but it came out:

Gerrymandered Georgia:
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Democrats: 10 seats
Republicans: 4 seats

Staunchly Republican:
Blue, Green, Purple, Olive

Lean Democrat:

Red, Gold, Teal, Gray, Stale Blue, Cyan, Pink, Cornflower Blue, Dark Salmon

Staunchly Democrat:

Cornflower Blue, Light Green

As a consolation here's totally Democratic Indiana with all districts ~50-~48:

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The direct mandate results for a parliamentary United States infobox I'm working on. It should be noted that these 438 seats together with 200 seats chosen via party preference voting (which DC can do in this USA, by the way; it just doesn't have its own district) make up the House of Representatives. Also every House seat is chosen via ranked choice voting. Other parties do exist but none have direct mandate seats.

Green stands for the Progressive Party (left-wing/progressive, duh), Cyan for the United Citizens Party (centrist big tent), and Dark Blue stands for the Conservative Party (right-wing, duh).

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The direct mandate results for a parliamentary United States infobox I'm working on. It should be noted that these 438 seats together with 200 seats chosen via party preference voting (which DC can do in this USA, by the way; it just doesn't have its own district) make up the House of Representatives. Also every House seat is chosen via ranked choice voting. Other parties do exist but none have direct mandate seats.

Green stands for the Progressive Party (left-wing/progressive, duh), Cyan for the United Citizens Party (centrist big tent), and Dark Blue stands for the Conservative Party (right-wing, duh).

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You say the Progressives are left-wing/progressive. Are they more Old-Left [economic] or New-Left [social]?
 
The direct mandate results for a parliamentary United States infobox I'm working on. It should be noted that these 438 seats together with 200 seats chosen via party preference voting (which DC can do in this USA, by the way; it just doesn't have its own district) make up the House of Representatives. Also every House seat is chosen via ranked choice voting. Other parties do exist but none have direct mandate seats.

Green stands for the Progressive Party (left-wing/progressive, duh), Cyan for the United Citizens Party (centrist big tent), and Dark Blue stands for the Conservative Party (right-wing, duh).

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Why did Syracuse (NY-24) vote Conservative?
 
Why did Syracuse (NY-24) vote Conservative?
I based a lot of these on recent election data and the voting records of their current representatives and in case of NY-24 two out of the last three representatives are Republicans, including the current one, and while I considered giving it to the UCP because I have given similar districts of New York to them, I decided that I wanted to give the Conservatives at least three seats from New York and NY-24 was one of the "lucky" ones (NY-21 would have been the other option).
 

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The direct mandate results for a parliamentary United States infobox I'm working on. It should be noted that these 438 seats together with 200 seats chosen via party preference voting (which DC can do in this USA, by the way; it just doesn't have its own district) make up the House of Representatives. Also every House seat is chosen via ranked choice voting. Other parties do exist but none have direct mandate seats.

Green stands for the Progressive Party (left-wing/progressive, duh), Cyan for the United Citizens Party (centrist big tent), and Dark Blue stands for the Conservative Party (right-wing, duh).

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MA-4 would likely go UCP.
 
A major government upheaval brought around with Kanye West's presidency from 2020-2028 (;)) results in the following electoral maps of the states and their political party affiliations within the Allied States of Nova Albion (ASNA)

Election 2028

November 1st
The election starts. This is the first election to use West's new electoral voting system, allowing New England to vote first. Most of New England is caught in the Red People's Party's net.
One faithless elector from Maine votes for the Leading Pacifist Party, representing the Pacifist Party's only electoral vote thus far.
The Libertarian Immunity Union snatches away New Hampshire.

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November 2nd
The tri-state area votes. New York, as expected, votes for the Red People's Party. New Jersey surprises all by voting for the Unified Conservative Alliance, opting to stay away from the Socialists. Pennsylvania is also Conservatist in this election.

genusmap.php


November 3rd
Mid-Atlantic and the Carolinas vote. Today was a major win for the
Unified Conservative Alliance, as the party nearly won every state, however they lost Maryland, which voted for the Red People's Party. They won D.C., which some Conservatives joke is proof they will win. Delaware votes against the Socialists.

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So far, the votes are tallied as such:

Unified Conservative Alliance - 82
Red People's Party - 67
Libertarian Immunity Union - 4
Leading Pacifist Party - 1
 
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