President Forever and other 270soft games Megathread

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  1. jonnguy2016 Well-Known Member

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    Don’t blame me, I voted for Watcher!
     
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  2. jack_donaghy_is_the_shado Senator-pre-elect from Iowa

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    I remembered a novel I read a few years ago, and....hold my beer...

    Muahahahah
     
  3. captainchicken6034 Well-Known Member

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    Christie squeezes by
     
  4. jack_donaghy_is_the_shado Senator-pre-elect from Iowa

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    Election night 1948

    All tickets are the same, save for Stassen. The former Governor of Minnesota had defeat Dewey in a debate before being nominated by the Republicans along Gov. Earl Warren.
     
  5. Peyton Stephen Colbert 2020

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  6. Temeraire Well-Known Member

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    Presumably, she was able to unlock the chakras of every primary voter and speak directly to them about the importance of spirituality in the White House. Will you do the general next?
     
  7. Peyton Stephen Colbert 2020

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    Yep. Saved the game though. Will probably do it tomorrow.
     
  8. comped Well-Known Member

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    2016 election game with a human Trump-Christie ticket, versus Sanders-Warren, and regular Libertarian/Green tickets. Bloomberg and McMullin also ran, and the former actually managed to make a slightly better dent than the Greens did. Was really surprised I managed to flip NYC and CA, was a bit odd I didn't manage to flip VA/PA with the lead I had in those states pre-election week.
     
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    Best future.
     
  10. InfernoMole RWBY delenda est

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    This reminds me a lot of the 1868 and 1872 elections.
     
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  11. jack_donaghy_is_the_shado Senator-pre-elect from Iowa

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    An idea similar to the one our plucky, mad hero has worked on before, and yet so very different and frightening...

    You find yourself going to the polls in the United States on November Second, Nineteen Seventy Six. The volunteer confirms your identity and tells you which booth to go to.

    And so you walk to it and step into...the Anxiety Zone

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  12. wolfhound817 Priest of Hank

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  13. jack_donaghy_is_the_shado Senator-pre-elect from Iowa

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    Question

    Has anyone else had an issue with the 1980 campaign, where the candidates has negative funds through out the election until the conventions?
     
  14. eaglesfan101 Well-Known Member

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    George W. Bush (R-TX)/Newt Gingrich (R-GA): 279 electoral votes - 39.2% - 53,047,588 votes
    Bill Bradley (D-NJ)/Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH): 239 electoral votes - 40.9% - 55,275.494 votes
    Donald Trump (RF-NY)/John McCain (R-AZ): 20 electoral votes - 15.4% - 20,779,856 votes
    Ralph Nader (G-CT)/Winona LaDuke (G-MN): 0 electoral votes - 4.6% - 6,201,705 votes

    Battleground States:
    Ohio (Trump+0.5)
    Washington (Bush+0.5)
    Montana (Bradley+0.7)
    Arkansas (Bush+1.3)
    Vermont (Bradley+2.1)
    Florida (Bush+4.0)
    Nevada (Bush+4.1)
    Michigan (Bush+4.6)
    Oklahoma (Bush+4.7)