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Some of my best results (without any cheat regarding cash)

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Here is a collection of the best parties I ever played!

Let's begin with 2016 USA, I am sorry for all the haters of Clinton, but I have been good with her one day :p.

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Here is the Republican revenge (only played on the last 22 days of the mod created by one of the forum).

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And finally a long term of 1983 to begin and the short.

The British election of 1983, here is a long campain (3 months) played with Foot (victim of the Conservative landslide of 1983).

 

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And the short version (only a month).

 

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I could try to play some challenges if needed! (I loosed my party where I got 325 seats with Owen in 1987 and the Liberal Democrats due to a problem of version, the same for the 267 libdems elected in 1997 against Tony Blair).

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@lizarraba 2015 did!

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I will try 2017 but it will be harder :p.

I am putting the major results in constituencies.

If you want to consult some tell me =)!

I will try the 2017 soon but I can not create miracles ^^.

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How did you do that as UKIP?  I have been able to gain many seats by never in the triple digits.

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@jvikings1 Sorry I have changed my last picture!

I have even been able to reach 350 if you read above.

About the tactic always the same, I passed the month of march to collect cash, then I gathered 9 millions (so 4 more than the 5 initial) 29 days before the vote.

I spend from this day 1 broadcast at the national level against Labour and Conservatives then one week before the vote I add a personnal broadcast to tell good things about me.

With that I reduce the Labour and Conservatives from 25% to 20% and with the endorsements I got (in gaining every times excluded the Telegraph which is too Cameron), a lot of points at my basis, leading UKIP from 12 to 17!

Then, the day before the vote as I have 1 national attack on Cameron and Miliband (and a minus to some libdems seats) + 1 national broadcast on me, I count on the undecided.

DDay:

Conservatives: 20,7%

Labour: 19,1%

UKIP: 16,8%

Undecided: 19,2%

The undecided join the most popular party (by constituency) the dday, by one national attack on both main parties and one telling good things about my candidates I gain major reports from the undecided at it makes it possible.

In the first screen I have been successfull to reach the undecided as repartition like that:

UKIP +12,1% (in apport to the basis)

Labour +1,9% (in apport to the basis)

Conservatives +0,1% (in apport to the basis)

I gained all these seats thanks to the massive report of the undecided, that is why I have been successful to gain in my second attemp (the 1st picture) 100 seats in more than in the first attempt (second picture), in just playing the last 4 days of campain!

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@Sami Mironov in Russia 2012

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18 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

@Sami Mironov in Russia 2012

Poor Mironov. He was probably doomed by his party name, "A Just Russia." Because all four other candidates had no interest whatsoever in anywhere near a "just" Russia - they just all differed in what injustices they each promoted. :P

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I will try UKIP 2015 and Mironov 2012 soon!

I just put my best 2010 Libdem party ^^

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Tatton (Georges Osborne): LD gain

Witney (Cameron): LD Gain

Maindenhead (May): LD Gain

S.W. Surrey (Jeremy Hunt): LD Gain

Remaining rulers in the Tory Side: Michael Gove

Major Labour losses:

Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn): LD gain

 

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4 minutes ago, Sami said:

I will try UKIP 2015 and Mironov 2012 soon!

I just put my best 2010 Libdem party ^^

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Tatton (Georges Osborne): LD gain

Witney (Cameron): LD Gain

Maindenhead (May): LD Gain

S.W. Surrey (Jeremy Hunt): LD Gain

Remaining rulers in the Tory Side: Michael Gove

Major Labour losses:

Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn): LD gain

 

How'd you manage that?

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4 hours ago, SiorafasNaCillini said:

How'd you manage that?

I putted 1 Attack on Cameron (NHS in my reseach campain)

I took all the endorsements excepted the Daily Telegraph where Cameron had 50.

I also just spent 1 Attack against Cameron from J-35 untill J-8, the broadcast had a 6 power.

I reduced from 6,5 millions to 4,9 millions (approximatively) at J-8. (the endorsements which help you with everyday fundraisers can help you to not spend too much)

Then I added an Attack on Brown (power 5).

Then 5 days before the DDay I added a broadcast to boast Clegg (power 6).

Both Clegg and Cameron were highly successful not Brown.

Then 3 days before the vote I added a broadcast againt Cameron if I am right and 1 day before a second broadcast on Clegg (maybe it was the opposite but it was in these days) and then the last day I let a last broadcast against Cameron.

In addition there was a huge scandal against Brown (-18) in the medias.

So on the 1,2 millions the DDay there were 6 broadcasts used.

2 to support Clegg (6 and 4 of power)=10 for Clegg

1 against Brown (power 5+huge scanda)=23 against him.

And 3 broadcast against Cameron (2 highly of 6 and 1 of 4) so 16 against Cameron.

I reduced Cameron from 30,5% to 26,9% with a long highly successfull broadcast against him from the -35 days to the last and you've the others I added.

Brown was reduced from 25,5% to 24,7% with a 8 days broadcast and the tory campain.

Clegg passed from 17% to 21,5-21,8% thanks to the endorsements.

The undecided were Something like 17%, with a -16 on Cameron nationally, a -23 on Brown and a +10 on Clegg I took 15 of the 17% of undecided voters.

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