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To my friends, i am inviting you all to do an RP based on my 2000 Scenario. Both parties are set to have brokered conventions.

 

So here is how it will work, right now it is a 4 way race, 6 people hold and control Delegates....so the goal will be an individual choice, do you try to further your career? Bolster the party? Stay behind your candidate? I will list sone speakers as this will be a controversial convention. You also may interact with each other backstage. Here is the schedule. (Pick more than 1)

Candidates still in the race

George Pataki (popular vote front runner) (raised most money $67 Million)

Elizabeth Dole (won the most delegates so far in the game, with a southern strategy)

Dan Quayle (has the $$$ to stay in with Pataki to the bitter end)

John Mccain (low on money, but a very strong showing from the Arizona Sen)

Withdrawn with Delegates

Bob Smith (won NH, has 17 delegates) withdrew January

George Bush (won only DE, but has 47 Delegates) withdrew February

Orrin Hatch (won UT, IA, NV, GU and has 107 Delegates) withdrew in March

Withdrew before Primaries

Mr. Allan Keyes (Endorsed Hatch)

Rep. John Kasich (endorsed Mccain)

Businessman Steve Forbes (pledged to support Nominee)

Rep. Ron Paul (Endorsed Pataki)

Days 2 3 and 4 are in Dissary till we have a nominee. I will list the agenda for Day 1...with Other Speakers we will fit in...

 

Day 1

Party Chairman (look up the name)

Ronald Reagan (Endorsed Dan Quayle who is still in the race)

George HW Bush (Endorsed his Son GWB, Withdrew Feb 19)

Platform is drafted (that will be me)

Speaker of the house Dennis Hastert (Endorsed Elizabeth Dole)

House Majority Leader Dick Armey (Endorsed George Pataki)

Newt Gingrich (Former Speaker)

Pat Buchanan 

Gov. John Engler (endorsed Mccain) 

 

Day 2

Balloting for Delegates (this is where it gets Tricky)

 

Other Speakers

David Duke

Dick Cheney (George Bush)

Arlin Specter (Pataki)

 Sen. Rick Santorum (Orrin Hatch)

Sen Strom Thurmond (Dole)

Bob Dole (Dole, DUH) 

Sen Trent Lott (Endorsed Dole)

Rudi Giuliani 

Christine Todd Whitman (endorsed Pataki)

Sen. Wayne Allard (Endorsed Mccain)

Jon Voight

Harold Stassen (aged 92, pledges to support Nominee) 

William Weld

Gov. Pauk Sellucci (Mccain)

Clint Eastwood

Arnold Schwarzenegger

(All withdrawn candidates will also speak)

Gov. Jeb Bush (Endorsed Geoge Bush)

Gov. Jim Gilmore (Endorsed Dan Quayle)

Sen Fred Thompson (Endorsed Quayle)

Sen Bill Frist (Endorsed Quayle)

Gov. Mike Huckabee (endorsed Dole)

Fmr Sen Howard Baker

 

 

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Invite anyone else you can think of

 

 

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Popular Votes.                      *Contests won

 

Pataki 18,667,729.                       10

 

Dole 15,613,121.                         14

 

MCCain 14,180,988.                    16

 

Quayle 11,654,673.                        9

 

Hatch 4,982,717.                           4

 

Bush 1,108,296.                            2

 

Smith 252,498.                              1

Keyes 1,217 (write in)                  0

Forbes 987 (write in)                   0

Jesus Christ 805 (write in)         0

Harold Stassen 771 (write in)    0

Ron Paul 612(write in)                 0

John Kasich 431(write in)               0

Micky Mouse 278 (write in)       0

Joe Lieberman 199 (write in)  0

Giant Meteor 102 (write in)        0

Jerry Seinfeld 85 (write in)    0

Ronald Regan 77 (write in)  0

 

 

Now that all votes have been cast this gives you the ability to make speeches with this info. I will hold convention results for day 2-3

 

*includes Territories

 

 

 

There are the Popular vote Results

 

 

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3 hours ago, jdm06ltd said:

any interest before I continue?

 

The 2000 U.S. Presidential Election was a crappy election, all-in-all. Not as bad as 2016 was, but a real disappointment as far as I saw things...

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