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It happened again. For the second time in the 21st century, a candidate the majority disliked became president. The only difference was that this time the margin of victory wasn’t 537 votes, but 1. In 2012 Mitt Romney became the nominee against incumbent Barack Obama. Obama was the favorite to win, and in the months before the election he led the polls by large margins. Everything changed when Gary Johnson started his campaign. Johnson wasn’t interested with winning votes, but focused only on swing states where he could take votes from Obama and help Romney. “Better a red than
The Historical Scenario Commission updates for 1992-2020 are now completed! The HSC has updated 1788-2020; thus, all of our elections are now playable with many what-if options, events, endorsers, etc. This concludes this round of updates. *Note: There will be one last "Final" update, which will likely take up all of 2018 to finish. This final update will go over every minute detail of these scenarios, perfecting and improving them. Your feedback will help towards this update. I hope some of you will volunteer. Only fully committed, determined forum users apply.