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1820 and 1821 is next (and nearly done) with the continuation of the Era of Good Feelings, this is the first elections after the admittance of Illinois, Alabama, Maine and Missouri, also the debut of Anti-Caucus Democratic-Republicans and Clintonians running against fellow Democratic-Republicans.

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1820 and 1821 House election with leader stats (averaged out from the leaders of or the parties in the President Infinity equivalent scenario) : House - 1820 and 1821.zip

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Is there anything that could be used for symbols for the National Republican and Whig Parties (I am aware that they didn't have official ones).

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Using the Democratic Party donkey for the Jacksonians because they obviously turned into the Democrats, using custom Cockettes for the Nat Reps and Whigs.

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On ‎4‎/‎8‎/‎2020 at 2:44 PM, MBDemSoc said:

Is there anything that could be used for symbols for the National Republican and Whig Parties (I am aware that they didn't have official ones).

I have a bunch of old party symbols I use, including old Democratic and Republican ones (the stylized donkey and elephant are relatively recent, actually). Many of them are taken from contemporary campaign posters and party banners (the most generic I could usually find for a given party and period, trying to ones focusing solely on a single ticket or electoral candidacy), so, they may not be "official," per se, like modern logos are. I sent a bunch to @vcczar for his historical Presidential scenarios, and he can vouch for them.

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Just now, Patine said:

I have a bunch of old party symbols I use, including old Democratic and Republican ones (the stylized donkey and elephant are relatively recent, actually). Many of them are taken from contemporary campaign posters and party banners (the most generic I could usually find for a given party and period, trying to ones focusing solely on a single ticket or electoral candidacy), so, they may not be "official," per se, like modern logos are. I sent a bunch to @vcczar for his historical Presidential scenarios, and he can vouch for them.

Yeah, they're good. 

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2 hours ago, Patine said:

I have a bunch of old party symbols I use, including old Democratic and Republican ones (the stylized donkey and elephant are relatively recent, actually). Many of them are taken from contemporary campaign posters and party banners (the most generic I could usually find for a given party and period, trying to ones focusing solely on a single ticket or electoral candidacy), so, they may not be "official," per se, like modern logos are. I sent a bunch to @vcczar for his historical Presidential scenarios, and he can vouch for them.

If you have ones for the Nat Reps and the Whigs send them via PM if you can please.

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7 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

If you have ones for the Nat Reps and the Whigs send them via PM if you can please.

Would you like the early (Jacksonian Era) Democratic one I have too?

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4 minutes ago, Patine said:

Would you like the early (Jacksonian Era) Democratic one I have too?

Sure.

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1824 and 1825 House election with leader stats (averaged out from the leaders of or the parties in the President Infinity equivalent scenario) :  House - 1824 and 1825.zip

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1828 and 1829 is almost done,

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1828 and 1829 House election with leader stats (averaged out from the leaders of or the parties in the President Infinity equivalent scenario) :  House - 1828 and 1829.zip

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Doing something else for small amount of time.

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1836 and 1837 almost done.

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14 hours ago, Patine said:

Were the Nullifiers and Anti-Masonics included here?

Yes and in 36 and 37.

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1840 and 1841 is nearly done (It will include the Liberty Party and the Conservative Party of Virginia established in 1834).

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9 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

I just happened to notice this now, because you have them all lined up in a row like this. You only have the House of Representatives elections that occurred on the same years as Presidential elections. There are no Midterm elections. The U.S. House of Representatives has always held bi-annual elections, and thus there have always been Midterm elections as long there's been a United States Congress. Is this an oversight, or is method to your madness, so to speak?

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2 hours ago, Patine said:

I just happened to notice this now, because you have them all lined up in a row like this. You only have the House of Representatives elections that occurred on the same years as Presidential elections. There are no Midterm elections. The U.S. House of Representatives has always held bi-annual elections, and thus there have always been Midterm elections as long there's been a United States Congress. Is this an oversight, or is method to your madness, so to speak?

There is a method to my madness I will be going back and doing the midterms I am doing the Presidential ones first as events, issues, maps and flags for those elections already exist for CI/PI because of Vcczar and the Historical Scenario Comission's Presidential Election scenarios in PI so I am using the events, issues, maps and flags from those for the House elections.

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1844 and 1845 House Election will not have the 4th seat of the New Hampshire at-large district as it remained vacant for the whole of the 29th Congress.

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