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  1. Would love to try this! Slenderman31@gmail.com
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  2. i checked this, and no one of the candidates have 0 percents in the primaries and the general elections, so this is unplayabel for know.
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  3. What about Norman Thomas? I think he decided to ran against Wallace as a socialist, but his results were quite disappointing.
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  4. I was thinking the same. Anyone tried that scenario already?
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  5. Blank page? What is this?
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  6. The negative button should be applicable only if there are negative or highly rhetorical attacks on someone else. That's why I agree with Patine and ScottM.
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  7. I put Wilkie down as a possibility in case there weren't enough ideas for Republican candidates. I'll probably add Henry Wallace to the game as a Democratic (off) candidate. Thanks for the correction about John Bricker.
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  8. Thurmond and Wallace are going to be included... For some reason, I forgot to put down states rights party and the progressive party. I'll edit the original post to include them.
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  9. thegodfather1.2010@gmail.com, if its done.
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  10. well it was 'cuz i haven't checked in months (the December poll with Warren +7). Like I said you can turn him on and it assumes he won reelection.
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  11. 1920's should be a good one for people that are good in history.
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  13. Sent to the three of you!
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  14. At TomFilurin, as well as POLLWONK, who PM'd me the same question: it should work if you turn the primaries off from the start and begin in the GE. That's how it was intended to be played. At least it works that way for me.
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  15. Sent! Has anyone tried this scenario as I suggested by turning off the primaries from the start yet?
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  16. Two more questions. First, will you maintain the tradition of 'off-by-default' candidates for 'what-if' scenarios? And second, will the engine support more than two, or even four, parties? Many elections and situations will be difficult to impossible for modders to simulate otherwise.
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  17. That's odd. It works fine for me. Also, there's only 83 regions and the game is built to handle up to 250...
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