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3 hours ago, victor1313 said:

i have plans to releasing pack about governatorial and senatorial scenarios including historicals like reagan to governor and jfk to senate

hawaii gov  scenario is done i now working in alaska[missing map] and texas gov almost done

what ideas or scenarios yours like see?

Senate and Rep elections in Massachusetts when JFK was running for both those spots for the first time. 

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4 hours ago, victor1313 said:

i have plans to releasing pack about governatorial and senatorial scenarios including historicals like reagan to governor and jfk to senate

hawaii gov  scenario is done i now working in alaska[missing map] and texas gov almost done

what ideas or scenarios yours like see?

And which Hawaii, Alaska, and Texas historical gubernatorial elections are you almost done?

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7 minutes ago, pjw21200 said:

I'd like to see an Ohio governor election, please

Which one did you have in mind? Please note that @victor1313 has several times now used the label "historical" for scenarios that are not truly of that category at all, and I'm dubious of the word here, so be wary of what he might actually intend for a scenario. It may not be what you expect at all...

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43 minutes ago, Patine said:

Which one did you have in mind? Please note that @victor1313 has several times now used the label "historical" for scenarios that are not truly of that category at all, and I'm dubious of the word here, so be wary of what he might actually intend for a scenario. It may not be what you expect at all...

the others label about historical because i make with all eras president... and for this topic i make old elections

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7 hours ago, victor1313 said:

Awesome pack, diving in tonight. One thing to note, there are quite a few misspellings in the Texas scenario, ex, Davys vs Davis, Fristsch vs Fritsch, as well as the fact that the portraits are a bit skewed (particularly in Martinez's case).

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On 06/04/2017 at 10:52 PM, michaelsdiamonds said:

Awesome pack, diving in tonight. One thing to note, there are quite a few misspellings in the Texas scenario, ex, Davys vs Davis, Fristsch vs Fritsch, as well as the fact that the portraits are a bit skewed (particularly in Martinez's case).

ok i will update that

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30 minutes ago, victor1313 said:

ok i will update that

Very, very wonky (I'm suspecting skewed and biased, in fact) initial polling. Republicans lead comfortably in every county in Nevada. Though this is realistic for all but two, Clark County and Carson City do not have strong leanings or support for the GOP, despite the image of glittering casino owners backing such candidates - both areas permanent populations (not seasonal employees) are majority poor Hispanic CITIZENS. Then I got to Hawaii, and when the GOP had a commanding lead in all four counties, in HAWAII,, then I knew you were stacking the deck in terms of polling in a contrived and unrealistic way.

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29 minutes ago, Patine said:

Very, very wonky (I'm suspecting skewed and biased, in fact) initial polling. Republicans lead comfortably in every county in Nevada. Though this is realistic for all but two, Clark County and Carson City do not have strong leanings or support for the GOP, despite the image of glittering casino owners backing such candidates - both areas permanent populations (not seasonal employees) are majority poor Hispanic CITIZENS. Then I got to Hawaii, and when the GOP had a commanding lead in all four counties, in HAWAII,, then I knew you were stacking the deck in terms of polling in a contrived and unrealistic way.

The 2014 Nevada election was a GOP blowout with Brian Sandoval, a Hispanic, winning re-election.  He won every county with that victory.

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1 minute ago, jvikings1 said:

The 2014 Nevada election was a GOP blowout with Brian Sandoval, a Hispanic, winning re-election.  He won every county with that victory.

Ah, I was unaware of that. His Hawaii polling still seems highly suspect, though.

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

Ah, I was unaware of that. His Hawaii polling still seems highly suspect, though.

It looks like some sort of mistake because the Democrats are at 0%.

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Just now, jvikings1 said:

It looks like some sort of mistake because the Democrats are at 0%.

Perhaps. . And I also noticed hi two primary candidates for the GOP in Hawaii have a "standard" GOP platform - the Republican Party of Hawaii is the least hard conservative state GOP party in the country - they don't even have an official anti-abortion statement on their state party platform, and they officially support a limited welfare state.

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Found the problem.  Ige has 0% in the Democratic primary making it so the Democrats have no general election data if you start in the primary.

 

Some suggestion I have for the Hawaii scenario:

Add Incumbent Gov. Neil Abercrombie for the Democrats.

Add Mufi Hannemann as an independent with Les Chang as the Lieutenant governor candidate. In real life that ticket received 11.6% of the vote.

Set all candidates that ran as default on.

Add the libertarian ticket of Jeff Davis and Cynthia Marlin.

Add Charles Djou as a what-if Republican candidate.

Add Colleen Hanabusa and Ed Case as what-if candidates for the Democrats.

Add primary polling data for the Democrats.

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1 hour ago, jvikings1 said:

Found the problem.  Ige has 0% in the Democratic primary making it so the Democrats have no general election data if you start in the primary.

 

Some suggestion I have for the Hawaii scenario:

Add Incumbent Gov. Neil Abercrombie for the Democrats.

Add Mufi Hannemann as an independent with Les Chang as the Lieutenant governor candidate. In real life that ticket received 11.6% of the vote.

Set all candidates that ran as default on.

Add the libertarian ticket of Jeff Davis and Cynthia Marlin.

Add Charles Djou as a what-if Republican candidate.

Add Colleen Hanabusa and Ed Case as what-if candidates for the Democrats.

Add primary polling data for the Democrats.

i don' t sure platform of candidates of you suggest

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1 hour ago, victor1313 said:

i don' t sure platform of candidates of you suggest

On the issues is a great resource when trying to find specific positions.

Ballotpedia is another great resource for creating scenarios.

votesmart.org is something that can be used if you cannot find positions elsewhere, although it is limited in the amount of info that it contains.

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11 minutes ago, Patine said:

The heading of this thread is the "GOVERNATOR and Senate Pack," but I don't hear hide nor hair of mention of the 2003 Recall or 2006 Gubernatorial Elections in California... :P

good idea... i will make more governor most recents before  old elections

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11 minutes ago, victor1313 said:

good idea... i will make more governor most recents before  old elections

What Patine meant was that "governator" is not a real word. "Governator" was a nickname applied to Arnold Schwarzenegger (a combination of the words Governor and Terminator, because he was both). The proper word you are looking for is Governor, or for Governors elections it is gubernatorial.

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