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  1. I'd much appreciate the chance to try it as well. My email is ogondai@lycos.com Kinda ticks me off that I can't even play as my preferred candidate (Richardson).
  2. I think that's it charming tha both candidates in 2008 accept matching funds. Each side will start with way, way more than $75 mil.
  3. Louisiana is actually much less Democratic because many of the reliable Democratic votes in Lousiana were forced to move to Georgia and Texas in the wake of Katrina. Expect Mary Landrieu to lose in 2008. I realize it makes for good gameplay, but some of the states some awfully overly to me. On the opening of my campaign as Obama against McCain in 2008, MA and NY were up for grabs. I've won CA as Mitt Romney, and AL as Wes Clark. Though this makes for more interesting and unpredictable games, I simply can't imagine these things happening in real life. And am I the only one who enjoys play
  4. I would be interested in a very simple add-on to the primaries where you select a policy goal or two that you want to effect while you're running for nomination. For example, if running as Hillary Clinton, you could set a priority to sponsor a bill to get troops out of Iraq, or as Bill Richardson attempt to pass a law funding immigration support centers in NM. The screen where you select your project could indicate chance of success given the issue, partisan divide, etc. Perhaps you could offer to another candidate (on either side) co-sponsorship. As the season progresses, you could ente
  5. Well, it depends on the balance between fun and realistic. The national committees decide the convention locations years in advance -- so why would a winning candidate get to do so two months out? I do like the idea of lining up the convention, however, or really getting into the dynamics of conventions. There are many split conventions in this primary ssystem, and it would be fun to go in there and engage in some horse trading to get the majority, rather than just having the loser candidates drop out -- promising the VEEP slot, or something else.
  6. Clark/ Bayh 2012, I'd be appreciative if you could send me your latest update...I just purchased the game and was depressed not to see my man Bill Richardson in there...not to mention the messed-up primary calendar. I'm at ogondai @at@ lycos .dot. com (The only secnario I ever created was the weird solar system one set in 2148 AD for PE)
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