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I'm new to the forum community, but I've created a (decent, IMO) 2018 campaign for the NY Gubernatorial Election.

Problem being, it was created entirely from "NYrepublican" 's 2010 Gubernatorial Election upload - just with updated candidates, parties, etc.

Would this be ethical to upload so long as I give them credit?



 

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Just now, NYJIm77 said:

I'm new to the forum community, but I've created a (decent, IMO) 2018 campaign for the NY Gubernatorial Election.

Problem being, it was created entirely from "NYrepublican" 's 2010 Gubernatorial Election upload - just with updated candidates, parties, etc.

Would this be ethical to upload so long as I give them credit?



 

You'd have to pay @NYrepublican several million dollars in royalties and have a flattering stainless steel stature to him erected in Central Park at your expense. :P

No, just kidding. Credit and respect are usually sufficient. And, welcome to the community. :)

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21 hours ago, NYJIm77 said:

I'm new to the forum community, but I've created a (decent, IMO) 2018 campaign for the NY Gubernatorial Election.

Problem being, it was created entirely from "NYrepublican" 's 2010 Gubernatorial Election upload - just with updated candidates, parties, etc.

Would this be ethical to upload so long as I give them credit?



 

I'm fine with you uploading it.

Also, in the future you don't need to ask. Also,I'm looking to update the 2010 campaign anyway so help would be appreciated.

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@NYrepublican @NYJIm77

I think the 1792 New York gubernatorial election between Federalist heavyweight John Jay and Democratic-Republican heavyweight George Clinton might be kind of interesting (which was, although New York State gubernatorial elections date back to 1777 - an election they couldn't have active polling in NYC itself in, because it was under British occupation at that time, 1792 is the first such election to apparently have definite and recognizable party labels it's candidates ran under).

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