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    Germany 2013

    flinders92@hotmail.com Please
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    Patine Scenarios Posted

    I love the Alberta scenario! (What are the differences between Premier Forever and the normal PMF games? Can the Premier Forever engine handle more than 4 parties?)
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    Egypt Presidential 2011

    From what I'm hearing, El-Barradei isn't going anywhere. Many people seem to feel he just tried to seize the revolution after spending decades abroad, whereas Ayman Nour appears to have a lot of street cred. Most likely the next President won't be anyone we know though.
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    United States 2016

    I actually believe the 2016 Dem or Rep nominee has a 50 % chance of being included in that list there, but the problem is that 4 or 5 of the other people in there will look totally bizarre when someone reads that list in 2016 or so. I think that these kinds of scenarios should be made with some moderate conservativism at the back of one's mind. Of the people included, I think Herseth-Sandlin has the most potential though. Also it'd be nice to see some scenarios with people that are not among the usual suspects. I for example don't think you should include Biden or Clinton. 'Well, have Clinton as an Off-candidate)
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    United States 2016

    Oh, and throw in one of the Udalls, they're young, charismatic and might actually run.
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    United States 2016

    Some fresh ideas for Democrats (most aren't that realistic, but all the same,...): -Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia -Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, female and from a semi-swing state -Senator Maria Cantwell from Washington, female -Senator Kay Hagan from North Carolina, female, young and charismatic -Governor John Hickenlooper from Colorado Crazy ideas: -Olympia Snowe after a party switch in 2012 -Terry MacAuliffe (???) I don't think many people who have their own seat up in 2016 will be likely (in as much as we can know a thing like that) to risk running for the Democratic nomination as it seems more likely to be a republican pick-upn than not. Then again, at this point in 2002 Obama was an unknown state legislator.
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    Editing Campaigns Forever

    You serious? I mean,...You serious? 'Cause that's probably the closest thing to a holy grail this forum ever had. Such a shame we only find out about this now,...
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    United States 1789 Released

    This forum is nearly dead Anyway, I liked it quite a bit, though I think you should move the Vice-President convention back a week so one could inspect the state by state results and people could perhaps have some space to craft a deal with other candidates. Other than that I have little to contribute as this is hardly my area of expertise. Off-topic: Are Treasurer of the PC and some of those other profilic posters no longer around? This place used to be way more active. Off-topic 2: You MUST do a Palestine Authority scenario.
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    Place Your Bets

    Labour 44% Conservatives 36% Liberal Democrats 8% Labour majority of about 40
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    Soviet Union 2005

    Yeah, the regional breakdown of the vote is invisible now.
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    Soviet Union 2005

    Yeah, I think you definitely did a good job on the issues and the map also is a definite plus. The scenario looks good too (which doesn't always equal a good scenario, but still is a nice extra). The only serious 'problem' I have with the scenario is that I'd love to see some more candidates (Timochenko MUST have a primary challenger, or at the very least an alternative liberal candidate). Also I'm not too sure about Putin and Gorbachov being candidates.
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    Soviet Union 2005

    Dowload link isn't working for me. Sounds cool though. EDIT: I tried again and it's okay now...
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    Ugandan Presidential Elections 2011

    I think it's a fascinating idea and it would be nice to see it tried out in practice, on the other hand it would make the presidential results lack quite a bit in the suspense they would normally have. On the whole I favour it though.
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    New Scenario Posted - United Kingdom - 1922

    Someone should really try and make a 2010 scenario with this map. The way you can really see the geographical spread of party support is superb.