1995 Quebec Sovereignty Referendum

For Prime Minister Infinity British

“Do you agree that Quebec should become sovereign after having made a formal offer to Canada for a new economic and political partnership within the scope of the bill respecting the future of Quebec and of the agreement signed on June 12, 1995?” 15 years after the first sovereignty referendum failed the sovereigntists have tried again and so far haven’t done very well but now Lucien Bouchard takes over their campaign.

1995 Quebec Sovereignty Referendum

1988 Presidential Election

Since  hasn`t made it yet I have decided to make the 1988 Presidential election.

Background:

 

After one of the largest wins by President Reagan in presidential election history,can his VP George HW. Bush capitalize on a strong economy and liked president.

George HW bush isn’t the only republican running and will face challengers.

Official Candidates Republicans(on/off):

-VP George HW. Bush (on)

-Sen. min. lead. Bob Dole (on)

-Televangelist Pat Robertson (on)

-NY Rep. Jack Kemp (on)

-Fmr. MN Gov Harold E. Stassen (on)

What if? Republicans (all off)

-Pres. Ronald Reagan

-Fmr. VP Gerald Ford

-TX Rep Ron Paul

-Businessman Donald Trump

Official Candidates Democrats (on/off)

-MAS Gov Micheal Dukkakis (on)

-Rev Jesse Jackson (on)

-TN Sen Al Gore (on)

-Fmr CO Sen Gary Hart (on)

-Activist Lyndon Larouche (on)

-Fmr. LA Rep. David Duke (on)

 

What if? Democrats (all off)

-ARK Gov Bill Clinton

-MAS Sen Ted Kennedy

-GA Jimmy Carter

-CA Gov Jerry Brown

Libertarian(on)

-TX Rep Ron Paul

-SD Russell Means

New Alliance (on)

-Mrs.Lenora Fulani

Populist (on)

-Fmr. LA Rep. David Duke (on)

Independent(off)

-Businessman Donald Trump

 

United States – 1988

President Infinity 1912 Election

Note: This 1912 scenario is based on the Beta 1912 election that is part of the current game. This scenario is an improvement on the Beta. 

*This scenario was greatly updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on August 29, 2017. It can be downloaded here: United States – 1912 (VCCzar Version) v.2.0

This unusual election is composed of three major parties and one stronger minor party, all of which are Progressive on some level. The 1912 election has often been called the High Tide of the Progressive Age. William Howard Taft, the Republican incumbent, an odd mix of conservative and progressive, is seen to be less active than the people want. His disappointed mentor, former president Theodore Roosevelt, has opted to compete against his less-Progressive protege. The Democrats see an opening with the Republicans split, and see victory as nearly assured, so long as the Republicans are split. The Socialist Party sees it’s greatest support in its history.

This scenario includes What-if candidates, including former nominee William Jennings Bryan for the Democrats.

Feedback is desired.

UK-1950

The year is 1950. Having dealt a surprise loss to Winston Churchill’s Tories following the Allied victory in World War 2, the Attlee government has set about implementing Labour’s vision of a cradle to grave welfare state at home, amidst decolonisation and the start of the Cold War abroad. Whilst they have met with a number of successes, notably the founding of the National Health Service, their five years in government have not been without economic hardship as the country has had to face post-war austerity. Meanwhile, the Tories have rebounded from their 1945 loss, and have now embraced much of the new consensus around a more active government, and the polls are remarkably tight between the two parties. Can Churchill reclaim the Premiership from Attlee, or will Labour be allowed their first ever second term?

 

United Kingdom – 1950

New Zealand – 1984

Description

Prime Minister Robert Muldoon has met his match in the charismatic and eloquent Labour Party leader David Lange. Bob Jones’ New Zealand Party also threatens to split the right wing vote, making a Labour victory all the more likely. Social Credit still exists as a small political force, however leader Bruce Beetham is hoping to build the party’s influence. With the nation in the midst of economic strife, will Muldoon hang on for a fourth term? Or will Lange bring ‘piggy’ down and return Labour to office? Will Jones’ New Zealand Party establish itself as the voice of the Right? Or will Beetham’s message ‘cut through’ to New Zealanders and gain support for Social Credit? Whatever the case, General Election 1984 promises to be one of the most eventful elections that New Zealand has ever had.

Parties and Leaders

National – Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Muldoon

Labour – Leader of the Opposition Hon. David Lange

New Zealand Party – Mr. Bob Jones

Social Credit – Hon. Bruce Beetham

New Zealand – 1984

UPDATED – New Jersey gubernatorial 2017

Based off of “servo75” original New Jersey gubernatorial campaign, full credit for original goes to him!

New Features:

  • Added partners for all candidates
  • Updated every candidate picture
  • Added running official running mates for Murphy, Guadagno, Rorhman, Genovese, Ross, and Kaper-Dale
  • Added in official primary debates
  • Added events: Government shutdown begins, Christie on beach he closed, Government shutdown ends, Murphy’s comment rebuked
  • Added real polling data
  • Updated vote count for each county for both parties
  • Added Planned Parenthood as an endorser, leaning Democratic
  • Every county leans one way because of how they preformed in every gubernatorial election since 1997

Democratic Primaries:

  • Phil Murphy, former Ambassador to Germany
  • Raymond Lesniak, state senator
  • Jim Johnson, former Under Secretary of Treasury for Enforcement
  • John Wisniewski, state assemblyman
  • William Brennan, activist and former fire fighter
  • Mark Zinna, Tenafly Borough Council President

Republican Primaries:

  • Kim Guadagno, incumbent Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey
  • Jack Ciattarelli, state assemblyman
  • Steve Rogers, Nutley Commissioner of Public Affairs
  • Hirsh Singh, aerospace engineer and businessman
  • Josephy Rudy Rullo, businessman
  • Dana Wefer, Chairwoman of the Hoboken Housing Authority

Libertarian nominee: Peter Rorhman

Reduce Property Taxes nominee: Gina Genovese

We the People nominee: Vincent Ross

Green Party nominee: Seth Kaper-Dale

Constitution Party nominee: Matthew Riccardi

New Jersey Governor 2017

 

My Confederate Series – 1867

With President Jefferson Davis term-limited, the race to become the 2nd President is wide-open. However, three men have separated themselves from the pack: Vice President Alexander Stephens, Secretary of War John C. Breckinridge, and General Robert E. Lee. Can one of these men carry on Davis’s leadership and prevent the downfall of the Confederacy?  The candidates are as follows:

Democrats

  • VP Alexander Stephens
  • Gen. Robert E. Lee
  • Sec. John C. Breckinridge
  • Sen. Robert M.T. Hunter
  • Fmr. Sec. Robert Toombs
  • Fmr. Sen. C.C. Clay Jr.
  • Sen. Louis Wigfall
  • Gov. Thomas Watts
  • Sen. Herschel Johnson
  • Att. Gen. George Davis
  • Gen. Joseph E. Johnston

Whigs

  • Gov. Joe Brown
  • Sen. William Graham
  • Rep. George Washington Logan

My Confederate Series – 1867