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The Perfect 2020 Simulation

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OCTOBER

Potential Republican Candidates - Trump (duh), Cruz, Kasich, Corker, Sasse, Flake

Hypothetical Poll (If All Run)

Trump - 36
Cruz - 10
Kasich - 10
Other - 3
Undecided - 40

Potential Democratic Candidates - Biden, Sanders, Harris, Gillibrand, Brown, Booker, McAuliffe, Patrick, Klobuchar, Hickenlooper, Edwards, Gabbard, Chafee, Bullock, Kerry, Steyer, Garcetti, O'Malley, Delaney

Hypothetical Poll (If All Run)

Biden - 14
Sanders - 10
Harris - 8
Booker - 7
Gillibrand - 4
McAuliffe - 3
Kerry - 3
Steyer - 3
Other - 9
Undecided - 40

General Election

Democrat - 31
Republican - 29
Undecided - 40

Also of note, the Libertarian candidate is Adam Kokesh, and the Green candidate is Jill Stein, and both are polling at less than a half percent right now.

AND SO IT BEGINS

I am using VCCzar's 2020 mod

Oct 3 - Paul Ryan admits Obamacare will never be repealed

Oct 6 - Terrorism attacks in Africa

Oct 7 - Graham calls on Trump to intervene in Africa

Oct 8 - Dems split on Africa intervention & Trump tweets that he "won't pull a Bush"

Oct 11 - Carter Page indicted

Oct 12 - House Dems (majority now) call for impeachment, Trump calls it a witch hunt

Oct 13 - 4/5 potential R candidates (Corker, Kasich, Flake, Sasse, not Cruz) call for impeachment

Oct 15 - Biden wins Dem Debate, Klobuchar & Sanders also with good showings. Delaney only negative score

Oct 16 - Trump calls renegade R's "traitors"

Oct 21 - Report: Dems to schedule impeachment hearing

Oct 23 - Putin visits White House

 

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NOVEMBER BEGINS

Republican

Trump - 40%
Kasich - 13%
Cruz - 11%
Corker - 9%
Flake - 5%
Sasse - 5%

Democrat

Biden - 25%
Sanders - 12%
Harris - 10%
Booker - 7%
Steyer - 6%
Kerry - 6%
Gillibrand - 4%
McAuliffe - 4%
Hickenlooper - 4%
Brown - 3%
Patrick - 3%

General Election

Democrats - 46%
Republicans - 39%
 

Nov 8 - Trump announces US will leave NAFTA

Nov 9 - Congress denounces Trump's NAFTA move

Nov 10 - Corker Scandal (War on Drugs)

Nov 17 - Sanders, Gabbard call Trump mentally unfit for office

Nov 18 - Trump Scandal (Russia)

Nov 21 - Report: Trump to pick "fringe candidate" to replace Tillerson as Sec of State

Nov 26 - John Bolton is Trump's pick as secretary of state

Nov 28 - Successful drone strike in Syria, Trump takes credit

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DECEMBER BEGINS

Republican

Trump - 41%
Kasich - 12%
Cruz - 10%
Flake - 6%
Sasse - 6%
Corker - 5%

Democratic

Biden - 27%
Sanders - 13%
Harris - 10%
Booker - 7%
Steyer - 6%
Kerry - 5%
McAuliffe - 5%
Gillibrand - 4%
Hickenlooper - 4%
Brown - 4%

General Election

Democrats - 49%
Republicans - 39%
 

Dec 1 - Clinton endorses Biden

Dec 2 - Republican controlled Senate narrowly confirms Bolton

Dec 15 - Biden endorsed by Markey

Dec 21 - Progressive Forum, Sanders has momentum

Dec 26 - Pope Francis makes veiled Trump attack

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REPUBLICAN

Trump - 54%
Kasich - 11%
Cruz - 11%
Flake - 7%
Sasse - 7%
Corker - 6%

DEMOCRATIC

Biden - 27%
Sanders - 15%
Harris - 11%
Booker - 7%
Steyer - 7%
Kerry - 5%
McAuliffe - 5%
Gillibrand - 5%
Brown - 4%
Hickenlooper - 3%
Patrick - 3%

GENERAL ELECTION

Democrats - 51% (274 EV)
Republicans - 46% (264 EV)

Jan 2 - Trump endorsed by Sarah Palin

Jan 3 - Cruz Scandal

Jan 5 - Warren endorses Biden

Jan 9 - North Korea fires missile test while Pence is in South Korea

Jan 10 - Trump Tweets "Rocket Man has fired his last missile"

Jan 11 - Sessions resigns after internal conflict

Jan 13 - Another fringe candidate expected for AG replacement

Jan 14 - Kushner indicted

Jan 17 - Kasich labels himself as the "Never Trump" candidate

Jan 20 - Report: Sheriff Arpaio was nominee for AG, but McConnell warned he wouldn't make it through confirmation

Jan 22 - Some Dems skip Trump's SOTU

Jan 24 - Report - Kelly threatened to step down when Trump floated Roy Moore as AG

Jan 27 - Likely nominees float vision for environment

Jan 28 - Kris Kobach is the AG nominee

 

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February Begins

Trump - 50% (DECLARED)
Kasich - 11%
Sasse - 7%
Cruz - 7%
Flake - 5%
Corker - 5%

Biden - 26% (DECLARED)
Sanders - 13%
Harris - 10%
Booker - 7%
Steyer - 7%
Kerry - 5%
McAuliffe - 5%
Gillibrand - 5%
Brown - 4%
Hickenlooper - 3%
Patrick - 3%

GENERAL ELECTION

Democrats - 51% (326 EV)
Republicans - 40% (212 EV)

Feb 4 - Trump dominates unopposed in Iowa, Delaney (the only other actually declared candidate) shocks Biden

Feb 8 - Kobach rejected by Senate

Feb 10 - Trump fires Chief of Staff Kelly

Feb 12 - Trump (still unopposed) wins New Hampshire, and Delaney edges out Biden

Feb 18 - Chafee, O'Malley withdraw

Feb 23 - Trump takes So Car, Biden wins Nevada, Giuliani confirmed as AG

Feb 25 - Cruz withdraws from consideration, endorses Trump

Feb 26 - Trump wins Nevada, Biden holds Gun Control Town Hall

Feb 28 - Report: Steve Bannon in talks with White House for official role

 

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MARCH UPDATE

Trump - 65%
Kasich - 9%
Sasse - 7%
Corker - 6%
Flake - 6%

Biden - 28%
Sanders - 12%
Harris - 9%
Booker - 8%
Steyer - 7%
Kerry - 6%
McAuliffe - 5%
Gillibrand - 5%
Brown - 4%
Hickenlooper - 3%

(I left Trump and Delaney as declared, and left everyone else as undecided or not seeking, and Biden was the only one who declared out of 20+ ... might have to redo with everyone declared)

Mar 1 - Biden wins South Carolina, Republican Minority Leader Paul Ryan says he will consider not voting for Trump

Mar 4 - Trump sweeps Super Tuesday, Biden wins (almost) all states as well

Mar 8 - Biden wins Kansas & Nebraska

Mar 10 - Garcetti and Bullock withdraw (not that they were declared anyway)

Post Super Tuesday Update - Trump still unopposed, Biden's only declared competition is Delaney, and both are cruising towards the nomination, so there will be less primary updates.

Mar 11 - Trump Locks Up Nomination

Mar 17 - Sasse, Flake, Corker, McAuliffe, Harris, Gabbard, Steyer, Hickenlooper, and Klobuchar withdraw. A Biden v Trump General Election is now all but certain.

Mar 17 - Biden wins Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, and Ohio

Mar 22 - Trump Gun Control Town Hall

Mar 24 - Kaich withdraws, as well as Booker & Brown

Mar 25/29 - Biden wins Arizona, Utah, Alaska, Washington, & Idaho

Mar 29 - Trump North Korea Speech 

Mar 31 - Gillibrand/Kerry Withdraw

 

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3 hours ago, crazysportsdude said:

Eh, I've decided to redo this with everyone declared from the beginning. 

 

Out of curiosity, what exactly is the "perfection" quality you're trying to accomplish here?

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