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Beat Bush 2004 Al Gore Reckoning.

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I will be playing as Al Gore in 2004 with Default candidates on plus Gore enjoy!

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Primaries

DEC 1 2003:We start with an early lead at 21% nationally with projected 2,475 deleagtes.

-Dean takes Iowa

-Lieberman takes New Hampshire

-Al Sharpton withdraws

-Kerry takes Delaware, New Mexico, and South Carolina

-Clark takes Arizona and Oklahoma

-Gore takes Michigan, Washington, and Maine

-Gephart takes Missouri

-Edwards takes North Dakota

-Moselyn Braun withdraws

-Gore takes Tennessee, Virginia, Nevada

-Kerry takes D.C

-Gore takes Wisconsin

-Gephardt withdraws

-Dean takes Hawawi and Idaho

-Gore takes California, Connecticut and Maryland

-Dean takes New York, Ohio, Vermont, and Minnesota

-Kerry takes Georgia, Massachusetts, Rhode Island

-We offer Dean to Endorse us HE ACCEPTS! (20 pips)

-Gore takes Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas

-Kucinich Withdraws

-Kerry takes Alaska, Illinois

-Gore takes Wyoming

-Edwards and Clark both withdraw down to Kerry vs Gore

-Kerry takes Colorado, North Carolina ,USVI, and Guam

-Gore takes Pennsylvania

-Kerry takes Indiana

-Gore takes Nebraska and West Virginia, Oregon, Arkansas

-Kerry takes Kentucky

-Gore takes Alabama, Puerto Rico, and South Dakota

-Gore takes Montana and New Jersey

FINAL MAP AND DELEGATES (contested)

 

 

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AL GORE HAS WON THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR THE SECOND TIME IN A ROW!

Al Gore selects Florida Senator Bill Nelson as his VP

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General Election

Opening week polls

 

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ELECTION NIGHT

 

 

 

 

 

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This was my saddest lost yet look at these results

MN:51.6-48.4 17ev

MI:50.3-49.7 10ev

OH:51.1-48.9  20ev

FL:50.7-49.3 27ev

VA:52.5-47.5 13ev

MZ:50.3-49.7 11ev

SC:50.5-49.5 8ev

CO-52.2-47.8 9ev

 

 

 

 

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In my next play by play I will try to win in 2008,and 2012 Gores last two chances of winning. Gore is 0-2 in the General Election, can it be third times a charm?

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On ‎2017‎-‎07‎-‎11 at 9:08 PM, TheMiddlePolitical said:

In my next play by play I will try to win in 2008,and 2012 Gores last two chances of winning. Gore is 0-2 in the General Election, can it be third times a charm?

I know this thread was last updated in July, but Gore choosing Nelson as his running mate, and Bush, I would assume, still choosing Cheney, and no Third Party or Independent candidates seeming to be present (even those who ran in RL), that's two tickets dominated by Southern Candidates on both ends. In RL, that should have elicited some sort of response and protest from Northern and Western voters.

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3 hours ago, Patine said:

I know this thread was last updated in July, but Gore choosing Nelson as his running mate, and Bush, I would assume, still choosing Cheney, and no Third Party or Independent candidates seeming to be present (even those who ran in RL), that's two tickets dominated by Southern Candidates on both ends. In RL, that should have elicited some sort of response and protest from Northern and Western voters.

Trust me I'd be a person who would say something about it..ahah But you just reminded me about it im going to finish it up since its simple

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2008 Primaries

Republicans: John McCain,Mitt Romney,Mike Huccabee,Rudy Giuliani,Ron Paul,Newt Gingrich,Condolizza Rice,Donald Trump (undecided),Dick Cheyney (undecided),John Kasich

Democrats: Barrack Obama,John Edwards,Bill Richardson,Joe Biden,Al Gore(me),Mike Gravel,Wesley Clark,Russ Feingold,Bernie Sanders

Libertarian: Bob Barr

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