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Hey guys, I just finished a 2012 Senate scenario. The only problem I have is, that i'm unable to delete Murkowski and Crist without having an error when you click on Alaska or Florida. I know there's a way to make it work, but so far i've haven't gotten it. If anyone knows how to delete it and replace it without having murkowski or crist in the race, leave your email below and I will send it.

Also, the democratic + republican challengers are the highest polling primary challenger against the incumbent. The only question I have is if I should include gabrielle giffords and the democratic nominee. Thank you!

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Don't include Giffords. She won't be the nominee.

Done. For now it's going to be Terry Goddard.

Now for NY GOP vs. Gillibrand, David Malpass?

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Don't include Giffords. She won't be the nominee.

Done. For now it's going to be Terry Goddard.

Now for NY GOP vs. Gillibrand, David Malpass?

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This sounds like a great idea! Maybe I'll resume my Senate 2006 scenario I'd started a while ago for a standard US Senate scenario (though in that case, I didn't delete Murkowski and Crist, I just replaced them with Connecticut for Lieberman and Independent Socialist (Bernie Sanders)). Though I hope 2012 works well for you. I'd suggest asking admin_270 about the deleted parties, though, as a lot of C4E is largely undiscovered country for most of the community. BTW, I should be getting a 'fixed' version of Wisconsin Senate 2010 back soon from support.

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I would probably include Giffords. She seems likely to be drafted into the race.

Hey guys, I just finished a 2012 Senate scenario. The only problem I have is, that i'm unable to delete Murkowski and Crist without having an error when you click on Alaska or Florida. I know there's a way to make it work, but so far i've haven't gotten it. If anyone knows how to delete it and replace it without having murkowski or crist in the race, leave your email below and I will send it.

Also, the democratic + republican challengers are the highest polling primary challenger against the incumbent. The only question I have is if I should include gabrielle giffords and the democratic nominee. Thank you!

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Can you email it to me?

phantomfishy@fuse.net

thanks!

Hey guys, I just finished a 2012 Senate scenario. The only problem I have is, that i'm unable to delete Murkowski and Crist without having an error when you click on Alaska or Florida. I know there's a way to make it work, but so far i've haven't gotten it. If anyone knows how to delete it and replace it without having murkowski or crist in the race, leave your email below and I will send it.

Also, the democratic + republican challengers are the highest polling primary challenger against the incumbent. The only question I have is if I should include gabrielle giffords and the democratic nominee. Thank you!

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Ok so editing 100 senatorial seats via html is very hard, but it's done. All i'm going to say is that the Republicans need 51 seats to take the the majority and they start off with a projected 52-53 (still a few percentages to adjust which may skew the results). I'm going to keep the goal for them at 51, since I don't see any other number feasible for a goal (or sensible, except maybe 61 for a supermajority?)

Here's a wrap up of where everything stands when the game begins.

Safe Democratic (leading challenger by more than 15 points)

Dianne Feinstein (CA)

Tom Carper (DE)

Ben Cardin (MD)

Kirsten Gillibrand (NY)

Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)

Bernie Sander (VT)

Maria Cantwell (WA)

Likely Democratic (leading challenger by more than 8 points)

Connecticut Seat

Bob Casey (PA)

Herb Kohl (WI)

Hawaii Senate

Debbie Stabenow (MI)

Amy Klobuchar (MN)

Bob Menendez (NJ)

Slightly Democratic (leading challenger by more than 4 points)

Bill Nelson (FL)

Sherrod Brown (OH)

Joe Manchin (WV)

Toss Up ( Tied or GOP, DEM winning by less than 4 points)

Claire McCaskill (MO)

Ben Nelson (NE)

New Mexico Seat

Virginia Seat

Slightly Republican (leading challenger by more than 4 points)

Dean Heller (NV)

Likely Republican (leading challenger by more than 8 points)

Richard Lugar (IN) *In the scenario Incumbent is defeated by primary challenger

Scott Brown (MA)

Texas Seat

Arizona Seat

Safe Republican (leading challenger by more than 15 points)

Olympia Snowe (ME)

Roger Wicker (MS)

Bob Corker (TN)

Orrin Hatch *In the scenario Incumbent is defeated by primary challenger

John Barrasso (WY)

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Ok so editing 100 senatorial seats via html is very hard, but it's done. All i'm going to say is that the Republicans need 51 seats to take the the majority and they start off with a projected 52-53 (still a few percentages to adjust which may skew the results). I'm going to keep the goal for them at 51, since I don't see any other number feasible for a goal (or sensible, except maybe 61 for a supermajority?)

Here's a wrap up of where everything stands when the game begins.

Safe Democratic (leading challenger by more than 15 points)

Dianne Feinstein (CA)

Tom Carper (DE)

Ben Cardin (MD)

Kirsten Gillibrand (NY)

Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)

Bernie Sander (VT)

Maria Cantwell (WA)

Likely Democratic (leading challenger by more than 8 points)

Connecticut Seat

Bob Casey (PA)

Herb Kohl (WI)

Hawaii Senate

Debbie Stabenow (MI)

Amy Klobuchar (MN)

Bob Menendez (NJ)

Slightly Democratic (leading challenger by more than 4 points)

Bill Nelson (FL)

Sherrod Brown (OH)

Joe Manchin (WV)

Toss Up ( Tied or GOP, DEM winning by less than 4 points)

Claire McCaskill (MO)

Ben Nelson (NE)

New Mexico Seat

Virginia Seat

Slightly Republican (leading challenger by more than 4 points)

Dean Heller (NV)

Likely Republican (leading challenger by more than 8 points)

Richard Lugar (IN) *In the scenario Incumbent is defeated by primary challenger

Scott Brown (MA)

Texas Seat

Arizona Seat

Safe Republican (leading challenger by more than 15 points)

Olympia Snowe (ME)

Roger Wicker (MS)

Bob Corker (TN)

Orrin Hatch *In the scenario Incumbent is defeated by primary challenger

John Barrasso (WY)

I thought Sander was officially an Independent. Shouldn't he be his own party? Also, any news on the seat Lieberman's vacating, speaking of Independents.

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I thought Sander was officially an Independent. Shouldn't he be his own party? Also, any news on the seat Lieberman's vacating, speaking of Independents.

Third party candidates will only be included if they make a impact on the race ie. Crist, Murkowski. The only exception to that is if Lieberman was to run, which he is not. I might include him on off but it's not a high priority now. Plus i'm limited with how much I can do with html.

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I remember there was a problem with this scenario. On election night I think the time was unusually fast, couldn't find the reason why. I'll update the candidates and send it out sometime soon.

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