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  1. Hello all, I am back! I promised a 2019 Alberta election scenario I think like last year but right when I was about to release it the official version came out and I forgot to keep up with the forum since then. I've spent time since then learning more about the 2015 engine and putting some old scenarios together. I am committed to following through this time so I hope to give out my email possibly so people can harass me for scenarios. So far I am focusing on scenarios from the 1990's - Ontario 1990, 1995 and Saskatchewan 1995, 1999 I have rough drafts for. The only thing I lack i
  2. this is going to be easy to beat this score
  3. Here's a what if for you my friends Of course this will not happen but there you go the power of political simulators results.csv
  4. LOOK AT this landslide! I did not mod the game or anything. It is the default scenario. The NDP did really well.
  5. Seems I accidentally made Justin Trudeau the Prime Minister when I won the plurality of seats Whoops
  6. I've been working on Alberta 2015 scenario ever since the provincial election a few weeks ago and have completed a beta version using the Canada 2011 engine. The candidate names and ridings should all be correct at this point, and I made a few modifications to issues and stances to take account of the provincial context. The file is available here: http://www.filedropper.com/alberta2015beta This did involve a fair amount of guesswork on my part (I'm not Canadian and only really followed the election at the very end). I mostly tried to extrapolate from the Alberta 2008 scenario for 270soft's
  7. I'm making a 1993 election scenario for Prime Minister forever 2011. It's 98% done. The part is done that shows you the parties you can pick from and each of the discriptions of the leaders. But when I pick my party and go through the part I just talked about i get a message that says "'=66960'is not a valid floating point value." Could some one tell me what this means and how I can fix it?
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