1964 Senate

President Kennedy has been assassinated. The Senate Republicans after a huge blowout in 1958 have been in 1960 and 1962 just keeping parity and trying to avoid becoming irrelevant. Senator Dirksen’s Republicans had nominated and targeted in a number of seats popular Republican candidates. Then Senator Goldwater’s far right candidacy allows him to be nominated for President. Now it’s a race to avoid losing what Senate seats are up and hopefully gain just a few more if it falls just right. Meanwhile, President Johnson wants as many seats available to enact his GREAT SOCIETY program. It begins with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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1962 Senate

It’s the dawn of the New Frontier for the first time at the ballot box since the very close 1960 Presidential election. In this scenario you can command Mike Mansfield and the Senate Democrats to protect the momentum for the New Frontier. Or you can be Everett M. Dirksen and try to recapture a decent number of Republican seats. It will be a mountain to recover enough seats (15) to control the U.S. Senate after the landslide for the Democrats in 1958. With 21 Democratic seats up you will have to maintain your 18 seats and then capture the lion’s share of the Democrats. It’s not undoable but will take some serious targeting and use of resources.

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1988 Senate

It’s 1988, and along with a new President, comes a new chance to control the U.S. Senate. In this scenario, you have a popular U.S. President in Ronald Reagan, retiring. He wants to try to wrestle control of the U.S. Senate back to the Republicans for his successor, Vice President George H.W. Bush. The Democrats, who won the Senate in 1986 after losing control of it in 1980, want to hold on and expand their numbers. They also hope to elect Governor Michael S. Dukakis as President. In addition one of their own will be the next Vice President as the junior Senator from Indiana, Dan Quayle, who is prone to gaffes very frequently facing off against the popular Texas senior Senator, Lloyd M. Bentsen.

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Alternate History 2016 – United States

In July 2011, President Obama was shot and killed by a white nationalist terrorist, Biden is promptly inaugurated as President for Obama’s last year of his first term. Biden then goes on to win a landslide victory in 2012, getting up to 395 Electoral votes. The majority of mainstream and establishment Republicans decide not to run leaving Trump able to gain the nomination and go on to lose to Biden, as said above. Biden’s Vice President for his 2012 race was Hillary Clinton, Obama’s formal rival. Biden’s 2012-2016 term marked a period of Democrat dominance, with the peak of dominance being Biden introducing a Public Option to Obama-Care in honor of his former friend and boss, Barack Obama. President Biden had made it a publicly known that he would be running again in 2016, until May 2015, when his eldest son died of cancer, which flipped his plans on its head. Biden feels as if he is not in the right emotional state to run in another election, and announces his decision to not seek a second term in July 2015. causing the Democratic Party primary to heat up greatly, matching the heat of the Republican Party primary.

Democratic Nominees

  • VP. Hillary Clinton
  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo
  • Sen. Cory Booker
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren
  • Fmr. Mayor. Micheal Bloomberg
  • Sen. Al Franken
  • Gov. John Hickenlooper

Republican Nominees

  • Mr. Donald Trump
  • Gov. Chris Christie
  • Fmr. Speaker. Newt Gingrich
  • Fmr. Gov. Rick Perry
  • Gov. Scott Walker
  • Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney

United States – 2024 – Revolting (V1)


This is my third 2024 custom campaign, but unlike the other two, this one is being worked on after the 2020 election happened, this campaign was made in the direct aftermath of the 2020 election, the base of the scenario, the idea of Trump running again and Biden not running, might prove to be laughable inaccurate, if so, just think of this campaign as a December 2020 time capsule about what the 2024 might look like. This campaign is also full of my own quirks and “charm”, such as the portrait styling.

Have fun playing!

Leave in the comments if you have any suggestions, I will take them seriously and might add them to the reworked V2.

Democratic Nominees

  • Vice President. Kamala Harris (Progressive-Moderate faction)
  • Governor. Andrew Cuomo (Moderate faction)
  • Rep. Nina Turner (Democratic Socialist-Progressive faction)

Republican Nominees

  • Fmr. President. Donald Trump (Trumpist faction)
  • Senator. Mitt Romney (Moderate faction)
  • Senator. Ben Sasse (Moderate faction
  • Fmr. Gov. Chris Christie (Trumpist-Moderate faction)

Australia – 1987

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)

Playable characters include:

Bob Hawke (Labor)

John Howard (Liberal)

Ian Sinclair (National)

Sir Joh Bjielke-Peterson

Janine Haines (Democrats)

and more.

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This is my first published campaign so feedback is more than welcome.

2024 – America’s Crossroad

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.

Democratic Nominees

  • 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
  • Marianne Williamson

Republican Nominees

  • 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

Libertarian Nominees

  • Fmr. Rep. Justin Amash
  • Phil Anderson
  • Phil Anderson
  • Jim Babka
  • Bob Barr
  • Steve DesBach
  • Charlie Earl
  • Gary Johnson
  • Wayne Allyn Root
  • Jo Jorgenson

Green Nominees

  • Robin Laurain
  • Angela Walker
  • Amaju Baraka
  • Tony Ndedge
  • Jill Stein
  • Howie Hawkins

People’s Party Nominees

  • Cornel West
  • Nick Brana
  • Fmr. State Rep. Nina Turner
  • Marianne Williamson


  • Removed AOC Endorser
  • Added Andrew Yang (D)
  • Turned Klobuchar (On) > (Undecided), Pete Buttigieg (On) > (Undecided)