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  1. I am starting a scenario if anyone is interested. O’Rourke narrowly defeats President Trump. I just need help on who you think would be Vice President and who would be front runners for the GOP nomination. Patine? Any help.
  2. Here is my result as Romney starting from the primaries to the general. It came down to Romney, Giuliani, and McCain. McCain dropped out and endorsed Romney giving him a substantial amount of 300 delegates to push him over the top in the contested convention against Giuliani. I selected Haley Barbour as Romney's running mate to have regional balance and appeal in states we were behind in like VA, NC, and Missouri. The Democrats came down to Gore, Obama, and Edwards. Clinton, Biden, and Kerry all additionally stayed in until the DNC. Most candidates endorsed Obama making him the nominee. He selected Chuck Hagel as his running mate. The race was close and teetered back and forth. Romney always had a solid lead in Ohio. It was touch and go in PA. (Obama ultimately winning by 0.4%) We managed to pick up states like Wisconsin and Minnesota (which surprised me.) Below is my result. It ultimately came down to less that 60,000 votes in the states of Florida and Wisconsin (or the election would have turned out differently.) Mitt Romney/Haley Barbour: 299 electoral votes; 50.4% of the vote. Barack Obama/Chuck Hagel: 232 electoral votes; 49.6% of the vote.
  3. I I am starting work on a scenario (I have been practicing/playing with it since we could make our own.) I would love feedback, collaboration, ideas, any events, advice on candidates/VP candidates. 2016 Presidential Election (A Normal One) Once again, Americans will go to the polls. In 2016, parties are facing both contested primaries. The polls show most want something in addition to a campaign on the issues. Will a dark horse candidate emerge sending a message to the dynasties on both sides? With the ending of the Obama years’ fast approaching will it be a Republican to occupy the Oval Office for the next four years or will the Democrats’ protect the Obama legacy. Factors: No Donald Trump (Headline: Trump Announces AGAIN he will not seek Presidency.) He will continue to make headlines from time to time. THIS IS JUST A THOUGHT to make things more unpredictable. What if Sec. Hillary Clinton dropped out right after Christmas, after another 'health scare' needing to spend time with her family. She drops out and then field is open. Biden and Sanders will lead. But could give others like O'Malley, Warner, and Hickenlooper, or others to jump in and come through the middle in some primary states. Beau Biden lives, and is running for Governor of Delaware. (Joe is proud.) Decides with Jill as a family to run for the White House one last time. Gov. Mitt Romney picked Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell as his running mate (the Romney-McDonnell ticket carried the state of Virginia in this scenario) Ted Cruz lost by less than a percent in the 2012 TX Senate Primary runoff, went into private sector. (David Dewhurst is the junior Senator from Texas) so he is of no relevance. The scandal that ruined the bright future of McDonnell never occurred in this alternate scenario. He wrote a NYT best-selling book after leaving office in 2013 and opted out of the urge to jump into the 2014 U.S. Senate race, even after the backing of friends and old running mates Ann and Mitt Romney. My thought is to make it as the electorate (in both primaries as well) would like a fresh face (FOR BOTH PARTIES, but still the Clinton-Bush's have the upper hand. This would mean challenging the frontrunners of Bob McDonnell (as former and popular VP nominee) and Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush against a field of quality candidates. Candidates: Republican Candidates: (much smaller field than original) Fmr. Governor of Virginia Bob McDonnell (Have Bio) The frontrunner, easy to say, after all he was Mitt Romney’s running mate last election instantly becoming national figure in the country. Passing on a challenge to Senator Warner in 2014, he has stayed relevant. Can he learn from his mistakes of the past, or will he just not be able to connect with the American people? Fmr. Governor of Florida Jeb Bush U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Governor of Ohio John Kasich Fmr. Governor of Texas Rick Perry Democratic Candidates: (much larger field than original) Fmr. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (may drop out early/timed event announcing she must focus on her health for herself and her family) Vice President of the United States Joe Biden (may a report/leak come out that Biden was for the Bin Laden Raid come out) U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley U.S. Senator Mark Warner of Virginia Fmr. U.S. Senator Jim Webb of Virginia Governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper Just needing ideas and polling ideas. Any alternative event that sways things. Should I remove candidates, add candidates? It would be interesting. Feedback for a newbie on here please?
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