Feedbacks are most welcome!
Reworked edition of the 2018 Brazilian presidential election posted by victorraiders. Changed quite a few things from the original to try to make the game more fun, balanced and less prone to end up with the exact same percentages every time.
>Reworked the issues;
>Added a few candidates (most importantly Joaquim Barbosa and Rodrigo Maia);
>Removed a few inviable candidates in the 2018 election (Aécio Neves, Eduardo Cunha and Roberto Jefferson, for instance);
>Reworked the primaries;
>Update electors count to more closely match the 2018 election;
>Changed starting dates and debates;
>Changed initial cash based on the size of the election fund the party was entitled to in 2018;
>Accepting the federal block grant will now give a onus, to simulate the election fund system in Brazil;
>Change percentages to make the game less “railroaded” to matching the 2018 final results.
Feel free to give feedback!
A personalized and updated version of the United States 2020 election with adjusted and more accurate character/politican scores.
Feel free to give feedback 🙂
Cuts to programs, a near miss in the Québec referendum, and a rapidly falling defecit have been the hallmarks of Jean Chrétien’s first mandate, and not all voters are happy about it. While Reform attempts to “break out” of the West into Ontario, the PCs and NDP try and rebuild from their disastrous 1993 finishes and the Bloc attempts to keep on despite the loss of Bouchard. Will Chrétien hold on? Prime Minister Jean Chrétien seeks his second term. The PC party, led by the popular Jean Charest, is hoping to rebound from its disastrous 1993 campaign. Can the Reform Party displace the Bloc and become the Official Opposition? Will the NDP be able to build a strong base in the Maritimes, and regain lost ground?
After 5 years in government, the ruling Progressive Liberal Party remains deeply unpopular with the Bahamian electorate. Allegations of corruption, and a high level of mistrust from Bahamian voters, continue to dog the party as the general election approaches. On the other hand, the opposition Free National Movement continues to struggle with internal disarray as their candidate for the general election, the Hon. Hubert Minnis, recently lost a vote of no confidence to remain as the sitting Leader of the Opposition in the House Of Assembly. Can the FNM quiet their internal struggles to proceed as a unified party into the upcoming election, or will the PLP win another 5 years of governance?
Scenario Features Include :
- Bahamian Political Parties :
- Free National Movement
- Progressive Liberal Party
- Democratic National Alliance
- Bahamas Constitutional Party
- Parliamentary Commissioner (Observer)
- Bahamian Political Leaders :
- Free National Movement :
- Hon. Hubert Minnis
- Hon. Loretta Butler-Turner
- Fmr. Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham
- Fmr. Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette
- Progressive Liberal Party :
- Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Perry Christie
- Deputy Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis
- Hon. Alfred Sears
- Hon. MoFA & Immigration Fred Mitchell
- Democratic National Alliance
- Branville McCartney
- Bahamas Constitutional Party
- Ali McIntosh
- Free National Movement :
- Variety Of Bahamian Endorsers
- Noteworthy Bahamian Events
- Bahamian Issues and Party Platforms
- Map of the Bahamas with 2017 constituency boundaries
- Observer Party
- and much more!
Please feel free to leave any feedback, concerns, constructive criticism, or comments below. This is my first publicly released scenario, so any feedback goes a long way in helping me to refine my work!
Hope that everyone is able to enjoy!
CPE (Caribbean Political Enthusiast)
After 9 years in power, the Liberals of Quebec are aweakened. Despite holding 88 seats, the Canadian constitutionnal crisis and the reject of Brian Mulroney’s Meech Lake accord boosted sovereignism in Quebec to an unprecendent approval support.
The Pequists, led by the very independentist Jacques Parizeau are expecting and willing to make big gains. A year ago, in 1993, the Bloc Québécois with Lucien Bouchard got 50,3% of the vote in Quebec and almost 2 millions votes, winning 54 federal seats and forming the official opposition in Ottawa.
The victory of the PQ has to be the second step of independentist walk, the third will be a referendum in 1995 on sovereignty organized by the government of Quebec. Can the pequists get the second step of the sovereignist walk to independence?
This election is crucial because the sovereignists can’t hold any referendum on sovereignty without winning Quebec’s parliament. The Liberals, without their historical leader, Robert Bourassa, are now led by the last Johnson, Daniel Johnson Jr.
His short term of a year as incumbent Premier didn’t give him the time to deliver a complete strategy against sovereignists but Liberals are up since spring.
The former Liberal youth president Mario Dumont has left his party and is now leading the Action Democratique du Quebec.
Can this young and fresh politician wins his seat of Rivière-du-Loup?
This francophone right-wing party is, for itself, unclear about independence.
The famour polemist and radio animator, André Arthur is also declared as independent candidate and wants to win his seat of Louis-Hebert, local polls give him a solid 27% behind the Parti Québécois.
Will the Pequist prevail? Or the Liberals? Or will the ADQ be able to win enough seats to become the King Maker in this crucial election for Quebec’s future? And what about André Arthur’s bet?
Hi there! After a long time, this is the most ambitious project yet I have done, it is a full 133-county/city model of Virginia’s 2021 gubernatorial election. Using data from the 2017 election, I have constructed a simulation you will enjoy greatly! It is definitely easier as the Democrat here, but the Republicans have a fair shot at winning. There are SIX parties here: Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Greens, Constitution, and Independent Greens.
|Sen. Tim Kaine|
|Sen. Mark Warner|
|Gov. Terry McAuliffe|
|Rep. Elaine Luria (VA-2)|
|Rep. Bobby Scott (VA-3)|
|Rep. Don McEachin (VA-4)|
|Rep. Tom Perriello (VA-5)|
|Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-7)|
|Rep. Don Beyer (VA-8)|
|Former Rep. Rick Boucher (VA-9)|
|Rep. Jennifer Wexton (VA-10)|
|Rep. Gerry Connolly (VA-11)|
|Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax|
|AG Mark Herring|
|Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn (HD-41)|
|Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy (HD-2)|
|Del. Chris Hurst (HD-12)|
|Del. Danica Roem (HD-13)|
|Del. Joshua Cole (HD-28)|
|Majority Leader Charniele Herring (HD-46)|
|Del. Lee Carter (HD-50)|
|St. Sen. Jennifer McClellan (SD-9)|
|St. Sen. Creigh Deeds (SD-25)|
|St. Sen. Jennifer Boysko (SD-33)|
|Majority Leader Dick Saslaw (SD-35)|
|St. Sen. Scott Surovell (SD-36)|
|Ms. Starla Kiser|
|Ms. Vangie Williams|
|Ms. Jennifer Lewis|
|Mr. Anthony Flaccavento|
|Gov. Bob McDonnell|
|Rep. Rob Wittman (VA-1)|
|Rep. Scott Taylor (VA-2)|
|Former Rep. Randy Forbes (VA-4)|
|Rep. Denver Riggleman (VA-5)|
|Rep. Ben Cline (VA-6)|
|Former Rep. Dave Brat (VA-7)|
|Rep. Morgan Griffith (VA-9)|
|Former Rep. Barbara Comstock (VA-10)|
|Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling|
|AG Ken Cuccinelli|
|Del. Will Wampler III (HD-4)|
|Del. Nick Freitas (HD-30)|
|Del. Dave LaRock (HD-33)|
|Del. Matt Fariss (HD-59)|
|Del. Tommy Wright (HD-61)|
|Del. Emily Brewer (HD-64)|
|Speaker Kirk Cox (HD-66)|
|Del. Margaret Ransone (HD-99)|
|Del. Robert Bloxom, Jr. (HD-100)|
|Minority Leader Tommy Norment (SD-3)|
|St. Sen. Siobhan Dunnavant (SD-12)|
|St. Sen. David Suetterlein (SD-19)|
|St. Sen. Mark Obenshain (SD-26)|
|St. Sen. Todd Pillion (SD-40)|
|Mr. Corey Stewart|
|Mr. EW Jackson|
|Mr. Bo Brown|
|Mr. Robert Sarvis|
|Mr. Bill Redpath|
|Mr. Cliff Hyra|
|Wendy Hageman Smith|
|Former Rep. Virgil Goode (VA-5)|
Have fun playing!
Greetings and salutations!
As as both a fan of Heathers (Both the 2014 musical, and the original 1988 movie), as well as elections, I decided to combine the two, and make this scenario for all of the other Heather’s fans, who also happen to be fans of politics.
I had wished to publish this earlier but it crashed so I had to reconstruct the scenario basically from scratch. So far, playing as the Democrat here is REALLY hard. I mean REALLY. So give it a try.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Sen. Lamar Alexander, Sen. Bob Corker, Gov. Bill Haslam, Gov. Bill Lee, Rep. Phil Roe, Rep. Tim Burchett, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Rep. Scott DesJarlais, Rep. Diane Black, Rep. John Rose, Rep. Mark Green, Rep. David Kustoff, Rep. Stephen Fincher, Mr. Peyton Manning, Mr. Aaron Pettigrew, Mr. Curtis Colvett
Gov. Phil Bredesen, VP Al Gore, Mayor Andy Berke, Mayor David Briley, Mayor Karl Dean, Mayor Megan Barry, Minority Leader Jeff Yarbro, Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh, State Rep. Lee Harris, Rep. Lincoln Davis, Rep. Jim Cooper, Rep. Bob Clement, Rep. Bart Gordon, Rep. John Tanner, Ms. Taylor Swift, Mr. Mark Clayton, Ms. Mary Blair Horner
Mr. John McAfee