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My on-going 2020 US Election. I also have a 1775 President of the Continental Congress election that I am casually working on. 

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When I get the time, I'll add the state senators as endorsers to my 2015 Kentucky Governor scenario.  Then, I'll have to do the percentages for what-if candidates.

Then, I might work on a scenario for Illinois Governor 2014.

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A few that I'm working passively on - between work and college- are:

PI

1970 Texas Senate race.

2000 New York Senate (getting the polling and events just right is difficult).

2010 SC governor race

 

CI

1994 US House

2006 US House

1974 House

 

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PI 

1988 US President Election (85% done)

2010 Ohio Governor Election (possibly after 2018)

2018 Ohio Governor Election (Next PI scenario)

CI

1998 US House Election (5% done)

1986 Senate Election (not started yet)

 

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2 hours ago, SeanFKennedy said:

PI 

1988 US President Election (85% done)

2010 Ohio Governor Election (possibly after 2018)

2018 Ohio Governor Election (Next PI scenario)

CI

1998 US House Election (5% done)

1986 Senate Election (not started yet)

 

I'm not sure if the 1998 U.S. House election would be very interesting. It's in one of several Congressional periods - the Era of Good Feelings, the Reconstruction Era, the period between FDR's first re-election in 1936 and the end of WW2, and the era between (but not including) the Republican Revolution and George W. Bush losing control of Congress in 2006 - which were uncompetitive, very one-sided, and kind of boring subjects for CI scenarios. That's my two-bits on that.

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2 hours ago, Patine said:

I'm not sure if the 1998 U.S. House election would be very interesting. It's in one of several Congressional periods - the Era of Good Feelings, the Reconstruction Era, the period between FDR's first re-election in 1936 and the end of WW2, and the era between (but not including) the Republican Revolution and George W. Bush losing control of Congress in 2006 - which were uncompetitive, very one-sided, and kind of boring subjects for CI scenarios. That's my two-bits on that.

I managed to with as the Republicans in 1960. I like to try and pull off upsets.

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Philippines:

1992: phase of researching

2004:not started

2010:almost done

2016: halfway done but there was an error everytime i click "parties" in the editor.

Im also making the 1986 snap elections between dictator and "mother of democracy".

Though most of this I believe will be done by 2018 (I have school :( )

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2 hours ago, HomosexualSocialist said:

Philippines:

1992: phase of researching

2004:not started

2010:almost done

2016: halfway done but there was an error everytime i click "parties" in the editor.

Im also making the 1986 snap elections between dictator and "mother of democracy".

Though most of this I believe will be done by 2018 (I have school :( )

Don't worry.  It took me almost 2 years to get a workable version of my KY Gov. scenario,  And, that was just a rough version that has been improved upon.

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PI:

-Virginia 2017 gubernatorial (on hold)

-Secret project (on hold)

-Virginia 2018 senatorial (after 2017 is done)

PMI:

-Virginia 2017 legislative (haven'f started, planning)

-Secret project (on hold)

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1 hour ago, SirLagsalott said:

PI:

-Virginia 2017 gubernatorial (on hold)

-Secret project (on hold)

-Virginia 2018 senatorial (after 2017 is done)

PMI:

-Virginia 2017 legislative (haven'f started, planning)

-Secret project (on hold)

Shouldn't a Virginia legislative scenario be CI, not PMI? The Virginia legislature doesn't select the head-of-government or have State executive department heads directly responsible to, and  members of, it. And, of course, I'm promoting CI and people to buy and use it right now.

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29 minutes ago, Patine said:

Shouldn't a Virginia legislative scenario be CI, not PMI? The Virginia legislature doesn't select the head-of-government or have State executive department heads directly responsible to, and  members of, it. And, of course, I'm promoting CI and people to buy and use it right now.

If I had CI I'd probably make it in that. There's not a big difference anyway, just that instead of playing a party the player will be the respective legislative leaders. That's among the reasons why I haven't started yet. 

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15 minutes ago, SirLagsalott said:

If I had CI I'd probably make it in that. There's not a big difference anyway, just that instead of playing a party the player will be the respective legislative leaders. That's among the reasons why I haven't started yet. 

Either way, I'm also sure you'll need custom maps based on the State House of Delegates and Senate electoral districts, like I had made for me in my old Wisconsin State Senate 2010 scenario (the first C4E, the direct processor game to CI, scenario focusing on an election that was not the Federal U.S. House of Representatives or Senate, to my knowledge), as, given the great number of counties and independent cities in Virginia, and the small population of many rural counties, I'd be willing to bet good money they don't all get at least one State Delegate, and certainly not State Senator, pus, if it's like other State Legislative districts (which I imagine it is), I imagine the district lines cut through counties rather than faithfully follow their borders at all times.

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12 hours ago, Patine said:

Either way, I'm also sure you'll need custom maps based on the State House of Delegates and Senate electoral districts, like I had made for me in my old Wisconsin State Senate 2010 scenario (the first C4E, the direct processor game to CI, scenario focusing on an election that was not the Federal U.S. House of Representatives or Senate, to my knowledge), as, given the great number of counties and independent cities in Virginia, and the small population of many rural counties, I'd be willing to bet good money they don't all get at least one State Delegate, and certainly not State Senator, pus, if it's like other State Legislative districts (which I imagine it is), I imagine the district lines cut through counties rather than faithfully follow their borders at all times.

Yeah it's a mess

houseofdelegates.png

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Update

Working on 1986 Senate election have all the candidates put in, just need to adjust the issues. I plan to post at the very least the BETA tonight or tomorrow. 

1988 is the one I'm working on in PI, I plan on releasing it possibly by the end of the week hopefully.

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I'll update if change

-2018 PA Gubernatorial (not begun)

 

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11 minutes ago, bruhgmger2 said:

Currently trying to make a Canada 1984 scenario, but I can't seem to quite get a hang of how to make scenarios

I've made quite a few scenarios myself, and I'm from Canada, but might I advise a more fun and interesting election? The Canadian 1984 election was as one-sided and overwhelming (and thus as boring) as the U.S. Presidential Election of the same year, or the U.K. election of the previous year, or at least almost as so.

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13 minutes ago, Patine said:

I've made quite a few scenarios myself, and I'm from Canada, but might I advise a more fun and interesting election? The Canadian 1984 election was as one-sided and overwhelming (and thus as boring) as the U.S. Presidential Election of the same year, or the U.K. election of the previous year, or at least almost as so.

The issue with Canadian elections is, almost all of them are boring. 

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