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A test run play through using the new favorbility system-1952 onwards

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Really just to show off the new favorbility system,pick out some bugs and wonky results and such. 

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1952 W beginning favs

Republicans:

-Eisenhower 

-Taft 

-Stassen

-Warren

-Morse

-Dewey

 

Democrats:

-Stevenson

-Kefauver

-Russel

-Barkley

-Kerr

-Humphrey

-Dever

Progressives:

-Hallinan

 

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I'd like to comment on the system,I think it's going to make elections much more unique,as for the GE favorable s other candidates would be much better than others (something that is interesting is a high fav primary candidate could be a low fav GE one,also goes state by state)

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The game in it's current state is unplayable,with one party always receiving 65-80% of the vote. As reported by other users as well. With primaries on that is. @admin_270

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On 12/28/2018 at 11:30 AM, TheMiddlePolitical said:

The game in it's current state is unplayable,with one party always receiving 65-80% of the vote. As reported by other users as well. With primaries on that is. @admin_270

In the release blog, I think he mentioned this.

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One challenge is keeping voters ‘in their party lanes’ during games that start in the primaries, and this will continue to be worked on.

 

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