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  1. Hi everyone, I have a few questions: 1.) How do I win the primaries quickly (approximately in 1 to 2 hours) but effectively? 2.) I think I have to win the early states. 3.) Which states count as early states? In 2016 and 2020 I think it's Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina, but what about other years, like 2004 or 1980? That's all for now. Greetings from Germany
  2. Also two More Questions 1. Who do you think will win the Democratic nomination? A. Hillary Clinton B. Bernie Sanders 2. Who do you think would be Sanders/Clinton's top three choices for VP?
  3. Hey, I'm not sure if i've posted this in the right place but I just recently got PF2016 and whilist I enjoyed the primary I found it very fustrating. I was playing as Jeb Bush and I had a lot of momentum espically in key states like California and New York, however as the race continued despite winning all three debates and Iowa and New Hampshire several others withdrew and endorsed Ryan. Then when it was Bush, Christie, Ryan and Rubio left both rubio and Christie pulled out giving Ryan a massive advantage in nearly every state. I know you can make offers for people to withdraw but they only stand at 2% chance. It seems unfair that a second place candidate (like ryan in my situation) gets an advantage purely because other's withdraw.
  4. Hi, I am wondering if there is anyway to use the regional cut-off on a national scale. I know it is possible to have a threshold for Regions and US States but was wondering whether that could be expanded to the whole country so even for example if a candidate gets 10% in multiple districts but only 4% overall it would not win delegates due to a 5% national threshold. Thanks
  5. Hello. First, I want to thank Anthony B. and the team for helping me with a previous issue. I have located the files I need to modify. I have another issue that needs to be addressed. I've recently finished a new scenario, but when I tried testing it out, the game would crash on me after my first turn in the primary. First an error message would read, "Invalid floating point operation." After I press okay, I would become stuck with the "Processing turn..." message. I researched this problem and removed the values between the <percentage_bonuses> tags as instructed, but the problem persists. What do I need to do to fix the problem? Should I copy and paste the code here and ask an admin or someone more experienced to fix it? Thanks in advance. Scott
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