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Everything posted by Jackson

  1. Former President Calvin Coolidge is an obvious choice for the Republicans; He was very popular, and had managed to avoid the blame for the Stock market crash.
  2. If Oramel Simspon was the incumbent governor, shouldn't he have 5 experience?
  3. Dan Quayle. Without H.W. Bush he never would have had his rather disastrous Vice Presidency, and thus would by now be a experienced senator with presidential ambitions.
  4. http://uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/nationa...lect=0|&f=0 This has the numbers for each state for every party.
  5. Make the third parties have something like 95% alienation and only 5% undecided. the numbers for commited, leaning, undecided and alienated should always add up to 100. Also, make sure that the third parties have their historical balllot access; most were not on the ballot in every state.
  6. Wallace was not on the ballot in DC. Also, Wallace should definitely have a charisma of 5. There is no way Reagan should be far right on Law and Order if Wallace is only Right. Also, has is misspelled without the h on George McGovern's general election description.
  7. Calvin Coolidge should be present either as an optional Republican candidate or a crusader for Hoover.
  8. Agnew might be an optional canidate. He had to resign because of a bribery scandal, so he should have low integrity, but I could still see him making a run if Watergate had not occcured.
  9. Rice should be an optional canidate for the Republicans; I know a lot of Republicans who wanted her to run.
  10. According to today's hotline poll Pallin is more popular than Biden or McCain. However, this has no bearing on her Charisma, which a quick look at any Republican rally she is at will show is considerable.
  11. I have had the same problem with the regions.
  12. Palin's experience should be 2 but her charisma should be 5.
  13. The third party with the largest percentage of the votes was Socalist Labor, with only 0.06% of the vote.
  14. What are you talking about? The upper 5% of society pay 57.1% of taxes and the bottom 50% pay 3.3% of taxes. The rich are taxed a hell of a lot more than the poor, not twice as less. With those tax figures, if Warren Buffet really paid less taxes than his secretary, than his accountant should be made Secretary of the Treasury right now. Also, Warren Buffet wasn't born rich. He is a self made millionare.
  15. My updated version of Campaigns doesn't seem to be any different. How do you change the regional general election percentages for a canidate in an old scenario?
  16. Landon barely campaigned at all. If he had campaigned more, he probably could have done better. The Union Party should also be availble. They are the party that Long helped found, and the ran William Lemke, who one 2% of the vote, not bad for a third party. They ran to the left of Roosevelt.
  17. Bob Dole's VP Jack Kemp is not even available. Stockdale should be available as a Perot VP. Also, Dan Quayle should have 4 experience; He was a past Vice President.
  18. Dan Quayle did not run, though he was expected to. Also, Keyes should be at about 2%, not 0%.
  19. Actually, I made a mistake. Keyes was nominated by the American Independent party.
  20. In the 2000 scenario, Keyes is at 0% nationally. Historically, he was a 5.08% nationally and 14% in Iowa.
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