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The Historical Scenario Commission has finished the final update for 1816. Currently, 1788-1816 are complete. Here is the link to the updated 1816 election: http://campaigns.270soft.com/2018/02/08/president-infinity-1816-election/
I'll post the updates/improvements to the 1816 scenario here. The Historical Scenario Commission consists of @jvikings1 @CalebsParadox @Patine @Reagan04 @TheMiddlePolitical @SeanFKennedy @Conservative Elector 2 @Take Me to La Riva @vcczar @NYrepublican @MrPrez @msc123123, all of whom will help in improving historical presidential election at their leisure. We will go in chronological order. [Anyone wishing to join the HSC can do so by posting here, and can help by playing through the scenarios to find areas for improvement, providing advice for improvements, and for suggesting events, finding typos or other errors. Suggestions for historical newspapers (for interviews), events, surrogates, fixing inflationary index, etc. can also be helpful. ] Updates will be edited in the list below as they are made. ~~~~Updates to the scenario so far have been~~~~ Events added by VCCzar A simulation party has been added to watch the election by VCCzar Issue descriptions mentioning Whigs and Democrats are changed to Federalists and Republicans by VCCzar Region issues set by VCCzar Money coefficient set to 3 by Patine Issue images set by NYRepublican Adjusted endorser support by VCCzar Candidate relations set by VCCzar Adjusted ballot access, so that states without Popular vote only support the candidates in which they'd realistically support by VCCzar Adjusted general election bonuses for Federalist candidates by VCCzar "primary delegates" set to take into account the population of the states of 1808 by VCCzar Flags added by Patine Issue descriptions set, including fixing typos in "Slavery," "Rights of the States," "Tariff," "Taxes" by CalebsParadox Tammany Hall's support for DeWitt Clinton is increased by CalebsParadox
The 1816 Election has now been updated by the Historical Scenario Commission. 1788-1816 are now available for download on the website. *Note some of these scenarios have states without a popular vote. Of these, some are dominated by one party, which makes it unwinnable for the minority party.