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Add prediction option from 2008 PF

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Would be cool to see @admin_270 A much more simpliar version though,and we can have scores on how accurate we were a pop up after all canidates are official to ask if you would like to predict outcomes, and also pre primaries state by state predicitions 

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@admin_270 Also state calls on election night, and the week by week state changes (ex:South Dakota is now Republican) with the ability to have it on or off 

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Also add the little text below the states such as "Republican barely ahead" or "this is democrat country" @admin_270

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2 minutes ago, TheMiddlePolitical said:

Also add the little text below the states such as "Republican barely ahead" or "this is democrat country" @admin_270

What about fan made PI scenarios with more than two viable parties?

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Just now, Patine said:

What about fan made PI scenarios with more than two viable parties?

It would just automatically do it, In the game it already says if a third party (insert name) is ahead 

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13 minutes ago, TheMiddlePolitical said:

It would just automatically do it, In the game it already says if a third party (insert name) is ahead 

Another concern I have is text clutter, especially in say, some State Gubernatorial and foreign national scenarios, that have a LOT of political regions, many quite small. Think of the maddening clutter with this idea with a Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia, or Texas Gubernatorial or Russian Presidential scenario, as good examples.

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5 hours ago, Patine said:

Another concern I have is text clutter, especially in say, some State Gubernatorial and foreign national scenarios, that have a LOT of political regions, many quite small. Think of the maddening clutter with this idea with a Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia, or Texas Gubernatorial or Russian Presidential scenario, as good examples.

They could always just be click boxes that you can turn on and off,which is simple 

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