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2 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

That's Stockard Channing is it not? Who was an actress not in the 40s at all, she was active Beginning in the 1980s and crested her career with the West Wing which went off the air in 2006.

(Yes it's her you're right!

I was talking about her date of birth ūüėõ¬†she was born in 1944 but she surely had around 40/45/50 years old in this photo

hard to find a picture for a political woman of 55)

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Election of 1980

 

General Election Round 1

 

Rockford/Whaley (Con) 180 EV 26% PV

Markas/Martinez (Lib) 213 EV 22% PV

Kendall/Carlyle (Soc) 107 EV 26% PV

Turner/Richmond (Libt) 66 EV 26% PV

 

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General Election Round 2

 

Rockford/Whaley (Con) 272 EV 46% PV

Markas/Martinez (Lib) 284 EV 54% PV

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I will sim the upcoming elections within the next moments I get a chance too.

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Election of 1984

 

General Election Round 1

 

Conservative Party 194 EV 28% PV (Got Cuba and Puerto Rico)

Liberal Party 92 EV 19% PV

Socialist Labor Party 114 EV 25% PV

Libertarian Party 166 EV 28% PV

 

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General Election Round 2

 

Conservative Party 311 EV 52% PV

Libertarian Party 255 EV 48% PV

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Just to simulate this :

John Turner IV has become Governor of NY (because soc with Libt have made alliances in 1982 midterms and they put common canidates in some states), continues to push for a presidential bid as he will have 51 years old in 1988.

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Election of 1988

 

General Election Round 1

 

Conservative Party 172 EV 33% PV

Libertarian Party 207 EV 28% PV

Social Liberal Coalition 187 EV 39% PV

 

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General Election Round 2

 

Libertarian Party 334 EV 55% PV

Social Liberal Coalition 232 EV 45% PV

 

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Election of 1992

 

General Election Round 1

 

Conservative Party 91 EV 25% PV

Libertarian Party 199 EV 31% PV

Socialist Labor Party 135 EV 22% PV

Liberal Party 141 EV 22% PV (Lemme say, Liberal Party should have died this election, but they beat the odds.)

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General Election Round 2

 

Libertarian Party 382 EV 61% PV

Liberal Party 184 EV 39% PV

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Election of 1996

 

General Election Round 1

 

Libertarian Party 222 EV 34% PV

Conservative Party 173 EV 27% PV

Liberal Party 129 EV 21% PV

Socialist Labor Party 42 EV 18% PV

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General Election Round 2

 

Libertarian Party 285 EV 50% PV

Conservative Party 281 EV 50% PV

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Election of 2000

 

General Election Round 1

 

Libertarian Party 162 EV 33% PV

Conservative Party 102 EV 27% PV

Liberal Party 190 EV 21% PV

Socialist Labor Party 112 EV 19% PV

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General Election Round 2

 

Libertarian Party 315 EV 52% PV

Liberal Party 251 EV 48% PV

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Election of 2004

 

General Election Round 1

 

Libertarian Party 115 EV 36% PV

Phoenix Coalition 197 EV 34% PV

Socialist Labor Party 254 EV 30% PV

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General Election Round 2

 

Phoenix Coalition 292 EV 53% PV

Socialist Labor Party 274 EV 47% PV

 

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Election of 2008

 

General Election Round 1

 

Phoenix Coalition 247 EV 35% PV

Socialist Labor Party 184 EV 28% PV

Libertarian Party 135 EV 37% PV

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General Election Round 2

 

Phoenix Coalition 427 EV 62% PV

Socialist Labor Party 139 EV 38% PV

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4 mandates for Libertarians x) 

I will consider John Turner IV been president for 1988-1996

Then let's say his son JT V for 1996-2004

#Dynasty 

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Election of 2012

 

General Election Round 1

 

Democratic Party 294 EV 35% PV

Socialist Labor Party 136 EV 32% PV

Libertarian Party 136 EV 33% PV

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Election of 2016

 

General Election Round 1

 

Democratic Party 216 EV 41% PV (Got CU and PR)

Republican Party 196 EV 35% PV

Socialist Labor Party 154 EV 24% PV

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General Election Round 2

 

Democratic Party 336 EV 52% PV

Republican Party 230 EV 48% PV

 

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The Conclusion of the New Historical President Roleplay

 

This was quite an adventure, and we saw a lot of things develop across the journey of the campaign.

 

1. People just really like war: War was much more popular in American lives.

2. Polarized ideas rather than parties: People voted on an idea by idea basis instead of party by party.

3. Favorable third parties: With the polarized ideas being a thing, third parties had a chance.

4. Less stigma with socialism: As the USSR or PRC never happened, meaning the Cold War did not as well, there were never tensions against socialist ideals to the extent we have today.

5. Shift of regional centers: By the end of the RP, right wing ideals were centered in the west, northeast, and southeast, while left wing ideals were popular everywhere else. Also, a lot more center states.

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I'd like to acknowledge that this was my 1000th post ^^^

 

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20 hours ago, Kingthero said:

The Conclusion of the New Historical President Roleplay

 

This was quite an adventure, and we saw a lot of things develop across the journey of the campaign.

 

1. People just really like war: War was much more popular in American lives.

2. Polarized ideas rather than parties: People voted on an idea by idea basis instead of party by party.

3. Favorable third parties: With the polarized ideas being a thing, third parties had a chance.

4. Less stigma with socialism: As the USSR or PRC never happened, meaning the Cold War did not as well, there were never tensions against socialist ideals to the extent we have today.

5. Shift of regional centers: By the end of the RP, right wing ideals were centered in the west, northeast, and southeast, while left wing ideals were popular everywhere else. Also, a lot more center states.

This was a great journey and I would like to thank you for running it as long as you did. Perhaps sometime in the future we could reboot and start from the beginning and take another route! :)

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3 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

This was a great journey and I would like to thank you for running it as long as you did. Perhaps sometime in the future we could reboot and start from the beginning and take another route! :)

The major issue is that I never found a solid direction after VCC gave me what he did give, and then eventually it just took so long people lost interest.

 

I wish I had developed a much more streamlined approach, but at that time I didn't have the energy too.

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6 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

The major issue is that I never found a solid direction after VCC gave me what he did give, and then eventually it just took so long people lost interest.

 

I wish I had developed a much more streamlined approach, but at that time I didn't have the energy too.

I mean, you can always jump on the bandwagon and start up a Founding Fathers thread. With all the work that you put into RPing, it would actually be a lot of fun.

I think there's also a game rule mentioned by the creator that gives players similar ideology statesmen or something? Not entirely sure on on that one. 

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15 minutes ago, Herbert Hoover said:

I mean, you can always jump on the bandwagon and start up a Founding Fathers thread. With all the work that you put into RPing, it would actually be a lot of fun.

I think there's also a game rule mentioned by the creator that gives players similar ideology statesmen or something? Not entirely sure on on that one. 

Founding Fathers is a lot more work than it looks, basically D&D level of spreadsheeting.

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