Discussion in 'Alternate History Books and Media' started by DTanza, Jul 7, 2014.
That was pretty hard
Narrow win. Closest Obama win was Iowa (49.8 to 49.4) and New Hampshire (49.8 to 49.4), while the closest Romney win was Colorado (49.75% to 48.66%) and Virginia (50.2 to 49.1)
Romney / Portman (275) def. Obama / Biden (263)
Insert Democrats attempting to remove the Electoral College after this one....
Sorry for the double post, but for this one I HAD to. Sit Down, Dukakis
Al Gore sabotage:
You know it's bad when Nader wins DC and Bush sweeps the rest.
Is there any way to win both Tennessee and South Carolina as Wallace on normal difficulty? Should I pick Thurmond or Chandler as a running mate and should I support a withdrawal from Vietnam?
I came close here
I suspect I bungled a few answers on economics. I'd recommend staying hawkish and segregationist
Deadlocked 1968 as Wallace running as a hawkish segregationist , didn't win Tennessee or South Carolina
The Annihilation of Michael Dukakis
A while back, I managed to get a 50 state Bush sweep. Just less than 1% worse of a margin than Reagan in 1984, and better than his 49 state win in the electoral college
As well as a 49 state Dukakis win with a 15% pv margin
This is why I do not do proportional....
Again, double post but... This is just unbelievable.
Look how close it was: https://www.americanhistoryusa.com/campaign-trail/game/1032215
I see Trump won Pennsylvania by just 167 votes (that is Florida 2000 territory) and Iowa by just 55 votes.
Ran moderate as Bush 2000, ended up with a worse PV but much greater EV win. Likely due to Buchanan defections. 301 EC but 47.4%. Gore got 237 and the exact same PV of 48.4%. Well marginally lower if you go to the game link, instead of the summary.
Managed to lose Tennessee, but held all the other OTL states while picking up some other states. A lot of states came to very narrow margins.
Yeah and I had the thing won too! And then that happens, just imagine the Democrats if that happened....
Here's me running Hillary as a Blue Dog
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