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  1. Hi my friends! I've created a working South Dakota scenario. After starting it in early February, I was finally able to finish it - thanks to my days off college. http://campaigns.270soft.com/2016/08/08/south-dakota-senate-2004/ It's the 2004 election featuring John Thune vs. Tom Daschle. You are free to use it for your own South Dakota elections (Governor, Senate, House,...) - The 2010 House election between Kristi Noem and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin might be interesting. Perhaps I'll create it later. Features: Senator Tom Daschle (D) Congressman John Thune (R) Observation Party Working County map Accurate %s of 2004 Correct county population To-do list: Issues Endorsers Potential candidates Have fun, I look forward to your feedback.
  2. Hi guys, finally it is possible to play a South Dakota scenario. I know there are a lot of things to do (%s, population, what-if's,...), but hey it is now able to create your own SD scenario (you're allowed to use the map). I hope I can encourage you, to do so! Cheers! Playable SD candidates: Tom Daschle John Thune Any feedback is welcome, thanks! Luki
  3. This actually isn't ready yet, but it should be in a couple of days at most in something of a Beta mode. Game starts on December 8th, in large part because for most percentages I tried inputting actual polling data, and the late November-December period had the largest early concentration of them. The result was a polling map that looked nothing like the one we saw in the old PF+P '08 version. (Picture will be placed when I figure out why the forum isn't letting me place it) Howard Dean is leading the pack, with Wesley Clark close behind. Kerry (Blue) and Edwards (Purple) meanwhile are in the single digits, with the former not even leading in his home-state. Also don't be confused by the small undecided voter base; 60% of the voters for each candidate are leaners who can switch at the drop of a hat, provided they are given a reason to abandon their candidate. Bush is the only Republican candidate, though I am going to try and add Lincoln Chafee as an off-candidate at some point, depending on a response from the Admins. Now, I would like some opinions on what the Campaign Infastructure stats should be for: - John Kerry - John Edwards - Howard Dean - Wesley Clark - Joseph Lieberman - Dick Gephardt - Al Sharpton - Dennis Kucinich - Carol Mosley Braun And of course: - George W. Bush Nader and a few others will be included at some point, but I want to make sure that the major parties are all set first. In time though.
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