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I've just gotten back to the games (and this forum) after a long layoff due to life getting in the way. I just downloaded President Infinity. Wow... You guys have been busy while I was away, and the results are impressive. Keep up the good work!

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Hi, Scott! Welcome back to the forums and the games! What is your favorite new addition(s)?

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One thing that jumped out at me as soon as I started the game was the "declared," "undecided," and "not seeking" statuses. I like the fact that you actually have to build your campaign in some states by getting on the ballot as well. Honestly, I just like the interface in general. I like the detail of it.

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The Steering Council has added a heap of stuff, a lot is still upcoming! I'm glad you enjoyed the candidate statuses, that was one of my suggestions.

Thanks to the Steering Council we're also getting new endorsers:

  1. AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) (14 votes)
  2. NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) (14 votes)
  3. Koch Brothers (14 votes)
  4. United Auto Workers (14 votes)
  5. Fmr. Mayor Michael Bloomberg (11 votes)
  6. Fmr. Pres. George W. Bush (10 votes)
  7. Fmr. Rep. Ron Paul (10 votes)
  8. V.P. Joe Biden (9 votes)
  9. Fmr. Gov. Jeb Bush (9 votes)
  10. Fmr. V.P. Dick Cheney (9 votes)
  11. Sheldon Adelson (9 votes)
  12. Warren Buffett (9 votes)

New candidates:

  • Sen. Bernie Sanders (17 votes, 77%)
  • Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (14 votes, 64%)
  • Gov. John Kasich (11 votes, 50%)
  • Gov. Nikki Haley (10 votes, 45%)
  • Gov. Mike Pence (10 votes, 45%)

The Kentucky 2014 Senate Race and 1992 Presidential Campaign made for us, "Enhanced negotiations between candidates for endorsements, VP spots, withdrawals and option to increase relationship" and "More detailed party conventions (including interactive if no winner on first round)".

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