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QuickHead555

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About QuickHead555

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    Politics, Liberal Republican, Fiscal Conservatism, and Social Liberalism.

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  1. Election Day, and if I remember, I was in contact with the creator of the game a few years ago, and I if I dig around enough in my computer, I believe I actually both have the game, and the source code for it.
  2. State Senate: TEXAS-17 (R) Huffman 52% (D) Lucido 47% ---------------------------------------------- State House: TEXAS-25 (R) Dennis Bonnen 100% --------------------------------------------- US HOUSE: US-14 (R) Randy Weber: 59.3% (D) Adrienne Bell: 39.2% (L) Don Conley: 1.4% ---------------------------------------- US SENATE: TEXAS (R) Ted Cruz: 50.9% (D) Beto O'Rourke: 48.3% (L) Neal Dikeman 0.8%
  3. This race was far closer than I imagined it could've been. For a couple of hours that night, I legitimately thought Beto O'Rourke was going to win. Not only this, looking at the results map, Beto O'Rourke had even flipped some conservative leaning counties, such as Tarrant County. This year, the Democrats ran up the vote in the urban areas much more than they did in 2012. Cruz won Harris County in 2012 by a 20,000 vote margin, and lost it in 2018 by over 200,000 votes. Many other urban areas within Texas have been purple, however this election they voted solidly blue. Could this be a warning sign to republicans that the state's demographics are changing, and that they must fix their message? 2018 Race Results: 2012 Results:
  4. Alright, farewell man... Nice having you on these forums the past few years.
  5. Personally, I think it would be more Trump: 37% approval Clinton: 43% approval Johnson: 41%
  6. Alright, here we go. haha. Arkansas: Drove thru moving to Texas Florida: Born there, lived for 5 years. Kentucky: Visited family there for Christmas Louisiana: Evacuated Florida because of Hurricane, wound up in Louisiana. Ohio: Lived there for 3 years Tennessee: Drove thru, heading to Texas Texas: Living here since 09'
  7. I'd vote for John Kasich in the Republican Primary.
  8. It's a semi-working prototype. Immigration doesn't currently work, and all funding does is mess with approval rating, and debt. Right now, working on an impeachment part of the game, in which you go to the Senate, and convince them to not impeach you.
  9. It's just a placeholder image right now, haha. Just looked up a photo of a politician and that's what came up.
  10. Well, it's been awhile, but here is a proto-type I've created so far.
  11. It was 761, according to The Associated Press, BBC, and other sources.
  12. Quite upsetting how at least 761 people were injured today because of them exercising their democratic right.
  13. Seems interesting, I'd join the class.
  14. I heard, and I see that it has a possibility of going into the Gulf of Mexico. I'm terrified of that possibility as we were hit pretty bad by Harvey less than week ago.
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