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  1. The scenario is ready. I tried uploading it but it didn't happen so I guess I'll have to send it by e-mail to anyone who's interested.
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  2. @Pollwonk, Thanks for this. That sort of system would be more flexible, and perhaps more realistic. I think for it to work, there would have to be clearcut tradeoffs between focusing on just one (or a few) and focusing on many. Something like extra speeches, or issue bonuses (as it is now). .. Feedback noted.
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  3. Quick idea regarding themes. Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign was framed almost entirely around the issue of the Economy. Maybe you could change the themes button so you could... 1.) Prioritize what issues matter most. For example, even though healthcare is a big issue in this election, most candidates have Economy higher on their to-do list than Healthcare. While they will still make this a key issue of their campaign, most of the chips lie on Economy. 2.) Decide how much you are going to focus on each of your issue themes. Let's say each campaign recieves a certain number of "Focus Points" (de
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  4. I've been playing this quite a bit and save every single result I have. All settings are: Regionalism: On Economy: On Spies: On (though I never use them...) Fog of War: On Dynamism: Off (I shudder at how outrageous my electoral victories would be if I allow myself to have this on...they're already big as is) I also always use the maximum number of parties that are available. Top 10 scores: The three most notable wins Goldwater (1964 scenario) - October 12, 2005 Note: Republicans are blue on 1964. JFK (1960 official scenario) - October 15, 2005 Kerry (2004 official scenario) -
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  5. I save my game on Election Day and see what happens with and without the ad cheat
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  6. not really suprising though
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  7. Because, as many scholars will tell you, Reagan did win that year. Thus, the representation that Mondale won would not "be real".
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  8. Feel free to be awed. It's the normal 2004 scenario: Regionalism On, Economy On, Spies On, Fog of War On, Dynanism Off
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  9. ive won with clinton in this scenario, 519-19
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  10. Now that's a mandate...
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  11. As my music teacher likes to say, Booya Grandma
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  12. Whoever said the Human Race was logical?
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  13. I think this is more logical
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  14. We both learned something new today.
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  15. MYOB IT IS BETWEEN ME AND MATTYN MYOB?????????????? Mind Your Own Business.
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  16. MYOB IT IS BETWEEN ME AND MATTYN MYOB??????????????
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  17. Also no quoting of entire screenshots only to say. "wow".
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  18. Colors matter in politics now, blue party all the way!
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  19. OH... if only Mondale had won... I would have been born in a truly great America.
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  20. 1984 eletion was the last election that the news networks released the results of the exit polls b4 the polls had closed they called the election for Reagan before lunchtime EST - it was a depressing day
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  21. Tell me about it. I had never been more depressed, and it was my first campaign, not to mention Walter Mondale being my political hero.
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  22. Sounds like a beautiful day to me.
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  23. your defination of "beautiful" has to be re-established
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  24. WOW! Sadly my state stayed Republican
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  25. I only added Denis Healey. I don't like Tony that much to be in this position.
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