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  1. Help!

    i dont have good computer skills, could someone tell me how to play a scenario after you download it. It doesnt come up as a scenario in the game menu....
  2. I'm making a 1992 scenario

    Issues: Done! Candidates: 75%, need to add more Republicans Polls: 0% Primaries will be disabled until i can get all the candidates done. I need help. How do I get the data in for polls? My map looks like this
  3. The main political news in the UK at the moment (although I suspect it will get swamped on September 19th by the Scottish referendum) is the Clacton by-election caused by Douglas Carswell defecting from the Conservatives to UKIP and then resigning as the MP for the seat in order to contest the by-election as UKIP. Now, as I have no idea how to create a scenario, what I will be doing is making notes here of all the major events that happen in the by-election campaign (news stories, events, candidate nominations) and am hoping that someone can make a scenario out of it or tell me what to do? Day One: Wednesday, August 27th 2014 News: Douglas Carswell MP (Con, Clacton) defects from Con to UKIP Events: Nigel Farage MEP (UKIP) calls on fellow Eurosceptic MP's to follow News: David Cameron calls defection "strange" Day Two: Thursday, August 28th 2014 News: Douglas Carswell tours Clacton constituency Events: Roger Lord (UKIP prospective candidate) hints that he may stand for the Conservatives News: Liberal Democrats HOLD Jesmond North on Newcastle Council Day Three: Friday, August 29th 2014 News: UK Terror Alert raised to Severe News: David Cameron urges Britons to be aware of surroundings News: Seriously ill child taken without consent from hospital
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