After a tumultuous second term in office, abandoning most of it’s policies from it’s previous government, can Bob Hawke make history and lead Labor to it’s subsequent 3rd election victory? Or will John Howard and the coalition capitalize on the disillusion of labor’s heartland and form Government? (all whilst avoiding the disastrous Joh for Canberra campaign)
During his first term, Biden swore to be a 1 term president in order to capture the progressive vote. The Republican party is a disaster, after trump’s defeat in 2020, anyone around him had their political career sunk, with only never-Trumpers remaining. Pence is now the only always-trump republican left with an intact reputation. Will Biden’s decision to serve as a 1 term president bite the establishment in the back? Will the republicans rally around the never-trump cause or will they give Trumpism another shot?
Regretting Arkansas and Cristian333888 (on the 270soft discord) present 2024 – America’s Crossroad showing our opinions for a potential 2024 showdown if Joe Biden decides to do 1 term.
Vice President Kamala Harris
Representative Pete Buttigieg
Senator Amy Klobuchar
Representative Tulsi Gabbard
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Senator Cory Booker
Senator Michael Bennett
Governor J.B. Pritzker
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham
Governor Jay Inslee
Representative Joe Kennedy III
Governor Gretchen Whitmer
Governor Gavin Newsom
Governor Andrew Cuomo
Fmr. State Representative Stacy Abrams
Fmr. Vice President Mike Pence
Senator Tom Cotton
Senator Ted Cruz
Governor Larry Hogan
Senator Rick Scott
Senator Marco Rubio
Governor Ron DeSantis
Fmr. U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
Governor Mike DeWine
Fmr. Secretary Mike Pompeo
Fmr. Rep. Justin Amash
Wayne Allyn Root
People’s Party Nominees
Fmr. State Rep. Nina Turner
Removed AOC Endorser
Added Andrew Yang (D)
Turned Klobuchar (On) > (Undecided), Pete Buttigieg (On) > (Undecided)
I have yet again returned, my friends and loyal subjects! I have brought with me gifts, and tidings of great joy!
In this installment of Single State Series…New Mexico, in the recent 2018 Congressional Election!
-Smaller Targetable Area: With only 3 congressional districts, it shouldn’t be hard to attempt a sweep from either side. However, be forwarned: Like IA-02 and IA-04, all of New Mexico’s House seats are considered Safe (either way) at the beginning of the scenario. HOWEVER, in my testing, I did somehow flip a district which was D+9% by the time of the Election, so I have no idea.
-Smaller Amounts of Money!!: I finally figured how to make you start off with a smaller amount of money! I shrunk allowances for all main parties to 25k and thus you start with only 50k. Background fundraising at the max is about 30k per turn if you refuse to use any CPs. But if you do try to spam TV ads, keep them below 20k per budget-it’ll drain you fast if you’re not careful.
An updated, and optimized 2020 campaign with in-depth work and realistic diffiulty.
Will populism continue its rise in American politics, or will new political currents emerge in 2020? A large field assembles on the Democratic side, but can the party strike a balance between idealism and practicalism, and nominate someone who can defeat Trump? On the Republican side, will a significant challenger to Trump arise, or will Trump consolidate the party’s support and enter the general election without a divisive primary? Much depends on the winner of 2020.
I made this 2048 scenario with Parks and Recreation characters. It’s heavily implied in the last episode of the show that either Leslie or Ben becomes President in 2048, so I decided to make a scenario for it. I added a few other charaters from the show so that you can have fun.
Hello, player! Ever wanted to play or watch the 2016 House elections? Of course you do/would, why else would you be viewing this post? Well anyway, ever find yourself wondering what it would be like to just play the House in one state? The all 435 races in normal Congress Infinity giving you anxiety? Have no fear, general viewer! Behold, the brand new Single State Series, for the US House!
In this series, one takes control of a specific party in a specific state. This smaller focus allows one to more easily focus on the really competitive (or in certain races, the least competitive) races, without worrying if you’ll lose the lead in a district literally anywhere else in the states.
-Observer Mode/Party!: I love it,?you love it, heck for all scenarios official and custom, it should be mandatory!
-New region-specific photos!: Taken from here, “Current Districts and Representatives”
-Adjusted population for each region, voters, and possible voting pop:Found from here
-Added massive amount of “Historical Context” for the General Blurb, for thos interested in learning
-Two start dates! October 8, and September 1, per request
-Re-adjusted Surrogates for the scenario. If you feel there could be a better scenario with more surrogates, please let me know!
-(V1.1): Lowered “Allowance” (my word for party campaign funds) has been lowered to 300k for both main parties, thank you to who suggested it, you know who you are.
Future Plans/Few Last Things
n this specific scenario, Iowa -2016! Iowa’s 2016 campaign wasn’t the most competitive in real life-all of the electoral victors won by at least 5 points. However, I felt it would be helpful for you to start on an easier (in the GOP mind) campaign, or for the Democrats, an extermely hard campaign. In the future, I hope to create and upload both the 2014 and 2018 races as well.
This is my very first campaign to go public for 270soft-I’d be incredibly grateful for any and all feedback from you. If you feel there are improvements to be made, please let me know and I’ll do my best to accomodate, and hopefully make it better.
Again, I’ll repeat myself. This is meant to be the launch of a series. I hope to make more scenarios like this in the future.
Premier Higgs called a snap election after negotiations failed with the other parties that would have avoided an election until the fixed date in 2022 or the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Will the election bring a majority to the Premier? Or will it lead to the election of another party? And what about the election as a whole in a full COVID pandemic?