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2018 ALL Senate seats at once,strong Libertarian party

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I will have all seats up at once,with people with default opponents being people who ran before

This is mainly to make it fun and interesting,Libertarians start with 20 million

I know some people might not be registered with the party,or might not live in the state (people that don't live in the state they were atleast born there)

 

Some Major Libertarians include with being close in elections are: (in parenthesis are results from my first simmed election,which is not final at all)

KY3-Rand Paul (won 41-29R-27D)

AK2-Joe Miller (won 39-36R-24D)

NM1-Gary Johnson (won 41-41D-17R)

NY1-Bill Maher (lost 41.5%)

NJ2-Andrew Napolitano (lost 41.2%)

MA2-Bill Weld (lost 35.6%)

TX2-Glenn Beck (lost 35.4%)

NM2-Jeff Bezos (forgot to turn onto on year starts with 35%)

GA2-Bob Barr (lost 28.7%)

FL3-Charlie Crist (lost 27.8%)

CA3-Arnold Schwarzenegger (lost 44.4% H2H)

KS2-David Koch (lost 41.6% H2H)

PA1-Ron Paul (Lost 23.8%)

IL3-John Stossel (Lost 22.2%)

KS3-Charles Koch (Lost 27.2%)

KY2-Glenn Jacobs (WWE Wrestler Kane) (lost 17.5%)

 

Notice Many other major people that are strictly part of the Libertarian party are involved like ,Austin Petersen,John McAfee,and Justin Amash I am about to add Jesse Ventura right now.

Alot of other Libertarians do very well. I will post when I'm fully done with the scenario! 

 

Seats were there is a Libertarian,with no Republican running,or a Libertarian with no Democrat running (deals were made)

NY3-Larry Sharpe (No Rep)

KY3-Rand Paul (No Rep)

KS2-David Koch (No Dem)

KS3-Charles Koch (No Dem)

FL3-Charlie Crist (No Dem)

ID3-Rob Oates (No Dem)

CA1-James P. Gray (No Rep)

CA3-Arnold Schwarzenegger (No Rep)

CT1-Joe Lieberman (No Rep)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@Patine I know since you hate the 2 party system,you will enjoy this. 

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3 minutes ago, TheMiddlePolitical said:

@Patine I know since you hate the 2 party system,you will enjoy this. 

The Libertarian Party is not much of an alternative. They're practically a "non-party" because they're platform is to have government practically abdicate most of the duties of proper governance, and, the situation they would create would be an ideal and very easy stepping stone to those horrible near-future dystopian sci-fi movies, TV shows, books, comics, and graphics that were especially popular in the '80's which have an undisguised corporatist dictatorship - instead of the ones with a neo-Communist, neo-Fascist, militarist, or theocratic dictatorship from the same subgenre - because Libertarianism wants maximum privatization and deregulation of private commerce, and immense protection of, and rights around, private property ownership and business. It would be, by far, the EASIEST form of government for a corporatist to springboard from. What a grim, frightening thought!

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12 minutes ago, Patine said:

The Libertarian Party is not much of an alternative. They're practically a "non-party" because they're platform is to have government practically abdicate most of the duties of proper governance, and, the situation they would create would be an ideal and very easy stepping stone to those horrible near-future dystopian sci-fi movies, TV shows, books, comics, and graphics that were especially popular in the '80's which have an undisguised corporatist dictatorship - instead of the ones with a neo-Communist, neo-Fascist, militarist, or theocratic dictatorship from the same subgenre - because Libertarianism wants maximum privatization and deregulation of private commerce, and immense protection of, and rights around, private property ownership and business. It would be, by far, the EASIEST form of government for a corporatist to springboard from. What a grim, frightening thought!

Do you think just an "Independents" "Party" (not an actual party just individuals) Would be more interesting? Could have tons of competitive races and such,however it'd be weird with the money being split between them all,I'd make it 30 mil to be even with republicans and dems,what do you think?

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Just now, TheMiddlePolitical said:

Do you think just an "Independents" "Party" (not an actual party just individuals) Would be more interesting? Could have tons of competitive races and such,however it'd be weird with the money being split between them all,I'd make it 30 mil to be even with republicans and dems,what do you think?

How would give them a single, cohesive platform when you would have parties like the Constitution Party, the Libertarian Party, the Reform Party, the Green Party, and the Socialist Equality (just to list the significant Third Parties that had candidates in the 2016 Presidential Election, other than McMullin as a pure Independent and the Delta Party, which ran a joint ticket with the Reform Party). That's a pretty big right-to-left-wing ideological spread there.

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16 hours ago, TheMiddlePolitical said:

I will have all seats up at once,with people with default opponents being people who ran before

This is mainly to make it fun and interesting,Libertarians start with 20 million

I know some people might not be registered with the party,or might not live in the state (people that don't live in the state they were atleast born there)

 

Some Major Libertarians include with being close in elections are: (in parenthesis are results from my first simmed election,which is not final at all)

KY3-Rand Paul (won 41-29R-27D)

AK2-Joe Miller (won 39-36R-24D)

NM1-Gary Johnson (won 41-41D-17R)

NY1-Bill Maher (lost 41.5%)

NJ2-Andrew Napolitano (lost 41.2%)

MA2-Bill Weld (lost 35.6%)

TX2-Glenn Beck (lost 35.4%)

NM2-Jeff Bezos (forgot to turn onto on year starts with 35%)

GA2-Bob Barr (lost 28.7%)

FL3-Charlie Crist (lost 27.8%)

CA3-Arnold Schwarzenegger (lost 44.4% H2H)

KS2-David Koch (lost 41.6% H2H)

PA1-Ron Paul (Lost 23.8%)

IL3-John Stossel (Lost 22.2%)

KS3-Charles Koch (Lost 27.2%)

KY2-Glenn Jacobs (WWE Wrestler Kane) (lost 17.5%)

 

Notice Many other major people that are strictly part of the Libertarian party are involved like ,Austin Petersen,John McAfee,and Justin Amash I am about to add Jesse Ventura right now.

Alot of other Libertarians do very well. I will post when I'm fully done with the scenario! 

Glenn Jacobs should be in Tennessee (where he's mayor of Knox County).  Charlie Christ is definitely not a Libertarian (he's a Democrat in the US House).  Maher is much too sympathetic to socialist ideas to be running as a Libertarian.  Although, the Libertarian Party is jacked up right now, so some crazy things could happen.

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7 minutes ago, jvikings1 said:

Glenn Jacobs should be in Tennessee (where he's mayor of Knox County).  Charlie Christ is definitely not a Libertarian (he's a Democrat in the US House).  Maher is much too sympathetic to socialist ideas to be running as a Libertarian.  Although, the Libertarian Party is jacked up right now, so some crazy things could happen.

Will Switch Jacobs,and Crist isn't but,He ran as an independent that's the only reason I'm putting him as one (also as you said the party is jacked up) and Maher running is only cause he's registered as one,It's like the Reform party right now,lots of people on lots of different spectrums. 

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I’d like to see both Libertarian and Greens strong for something different.

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