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  1. Candidates in Hogwarts Houses

    So recently I was able to get together a few friends from high school and we were briefly discuss any what if last year's presidential candidates were sorted into the Hogwarts houses. This all started because we all agreed that Jeb Bush is the definition of a Hufflepuff. This is what we had Gryffindor John Kasich Bernie Sanders Marco Rubio Slytherin Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Ted Cruz Chris Christie Hufflepuff Jeb Bush Rand Paul Martin O'Malley Gary Johnson Ravenclaw Carly Fiorinna Lincoln Chafee Barack Obama (I know he didn't run)
  2. Unity Ticket Sanders-Kasich

    Thinking of adding Kasich and Sanders as 3rd party options to defeat Clinton and Trump in the general. Would you say a 10-18% share of the vote would be fair for them seeing it would be the two most popular candidates that ran against the two most unpopular?
  3. Well this happened

    so close XD yet so far. by one electoral vote LOL
  4. Does Sanders - a socialist, Independent Senator from Vermont - have the grass-roots support to propel a bid and take the Democratic nomination - and then the Presidency? Hopefully, if I play the cards correctly. Wish me luck everyone and I shall keep you informed along the way. Note: I changed Sanders Platform with the campaign editor to my political views, I also will be playing on Hard, I'll post the platform soon. Should I update you on a day to day basis or a weekly basis? Please feel free to comment and tell who you are rooting for, even if it is for my opponent, also feel free to just have a discussion on this scenario as it plays out. Starting date: June 30th 2015 Now for the candidates: GOP: Jeb Bush Donald Trump Rand Paul Ben Carson Scott Walker Mike Huckabee Marco Rubio Ted Cruz Chris Christie Bobby Jindal Carly Fiorina Rick Perry Rick Santorum Lindsey Graham John Kasich George Pataki Jim Gilmore Democrats: Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders Martin O'Malley Libertarians: Gary Johnson Austin Petersen John McAfee Darryl Perry Marc Allan Fieldman Kevin Mcormick Greens: Jill Stein Bill Kerml Sedinam Curry Darryl Cherney Kent Mesplay
  5. So, I'm very interested in starting up a project to create some of the swing Senate elections for 2016, particularly New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. I have seen/played the Nevada and Arizona scenarios and really enjoyed them, however, I've only ever made scenarios with the general election map, and they were for my eyes only. I'd really appreciate feedback/pointers as I get this started!
  6. Seeing Kasich come in second in NH i'm going to play as Kasich starting October 1st.
  7. 2016 Poll - 2

    Second Vote!
  8. 2016 Poll

    Vote your choices. I want to try this weekly and to start a poll average,
  9. Just started trying PI

    I just recently upgraded from P4E2016 to PI and have tried playing the first few months of the Democratic Primary as Biden, and I have a few questions/comments: (1) I switched off Hillary and a few others, figuring the campaign would be pretty boring otherwise, and left Warner and Hickenlooper as "not seeking." Neither of them have entered the campaign, but the polls continue to list them and Warner always comes up with something like -100% chance of withdrawal if I try to make an offer to him. This has continued even after the states have begun voting. Is there a way to toggle the polls so they only display the candidates who are actually running? (2) Is there a date upon which everyone makes a final decision? IRL, I don't think anyone would still be included in polls or otherwise still be viewed as a possible candidate if they don't declare before the first few primaries. (3) Andrew Cuomo consistently seems to get a much better result than the polls would suggest, including in states where I have the daily tracking polling turned on. Has anyone else noticed results like this? Is the idea that someone gobbles up all the support that otherwise would have gone to undecided or not seeking candidates? (4) Two undecided Republican candidates, Perry and Thune, have a delegate each so far - is this a bug?