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  1. I don't think NJ is trending Republican and I don't think Arkansas is a toss up anymore. Arkansas is definetly becoming more solidly Republican and NJ, due to its high level urban & minority population, will remain strongly in the Democrat camp. It may not be as solidly Democratic as the rest of New England, but its still far from trending Republican.
  2. I only use the ad cheat when I'm already pretty much guaranteed to win, just to see how much bigger I can make my victory *btw ad cheat hasn't been used in any previously posted records of mine* However, when its close or I'm losing I just roll w/ the punches just to see how things turn out.
  3. A glimpse into HRC's 2004 wetdream...
  4. Not really a record but impressive nonetheless....
  5. Negative ads are a definite plus within the first 2 or 3 weeks of the game. It helps you destroy the other candidates momentum very early on, which costs them A LOT of independent voters. Later on I only make positive ads though to solidify my gains from the negative ads on the other guy. Scandals I run very rarely but since I had already gotten around 450 ev's solidly behind me, I thought I'd go the extra mile to try to break 500.
  6. Don't know how to make screenshots so no map... Regionalism&Economy: On Dynamism: Off Played as Kennedy, got lucky and got 2 negative adds out on Nixon, 1 level 6 and another level 5, very early on in the game. Fortunately enough i then got 2 level 4 positive ads and ran them too. In the last 3 weeks I ran 2 scandals on Nixon, 1 level 12, another level 6. He was crippled from very early on. Final score: Kennedy: 522 electoral votes, 65% popular vote Nixon: 15 electoral votse, 34% popular vote *Nixon only won Idaho, Kansas, and Vermont* I have individual percentages by state if anyon
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