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1844 and 1845 House Election (This features the Dem, Whig, Liberty, Know Nothing and Law and Order Parties): House - 1844 and 1845.zip

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1848 and 1849 is almost done.

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Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District will not be included in the 1848 and 1849 Scenario as it remained vacant for the 31st Congress.

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1848 and 1849 (Parties included are the Whig, Dem, Know Nothing, Free Soil and Liberty): 

House - 1848 and 1849.zip

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1852 and 1853 (Parties included are the Whig, Democratic, Union of 1850, Know Nothing and Free Soil): House - 1852 and 1853.zip

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13 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

1852 and 1853 (Parties included are the Whig, Democratic, Union of 1850, Know Nothing and Free Soil): House - 1852 and 1853.zip

Can't wait for 54, 55. That will be a lot of parties. 

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25 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Can't wait for 54, 55. That will be a lot of parties. 

I already had started an 1854 scenario some time ago, and made significant progress, actually. However, the lack of any sort of coalition mechanic in CI is what caused me to shelve it for quite a while. I still have the half-finished part I had made progress on.

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All scenarios redone again (Yes I know there a lot of re-releases I'm a perfectionist who always find something wrong later with something I put out, I apologize) with surrogates for minor parties redone and leader of parties candidate strength has been set so they are line with the official scenarios (party leaders have been made stronger than their opponents so they are more likely to hold onto their seats): 

House - 1788 and 1789.zip House - 1792 and 1793.zip House - 1796 and 1797.zip House - 1800 and 1801.zip House - 1804 and 1805.zip House - 1808 and 1809.zip House - 1812 and 1813.zip House - 1816 and 1817.zip House - 1820 and 1821.zip House - 1824 and 1825.zip House - 1828 and 1829.zip House - 1832 and 1833.zip House - 1836 and 1837.zip House - 1840 and 1841.zip House - 1844 and 1845.zip House - 1848 and 1849.zip House - 1852 and 1853.zip

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1856 and 1857 will have Oregon at-large but no actual election for that seat took place so the appointed Democrat will be in there unopposed.

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1856 and 1857 (Parties included are the GOP, Dem, Know Nothing, Rump Whig and Southern Rights): House - 1856 and 1857.zip

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Fixed version of 1852 and 1853 (I messed up Alabama in the last version and the Southern Rights Party has been added, the Benton Democrats are now classed as Independents as well): House - 1852 and 1853.zip

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1860 and 1861 (Parties included are GOP, Dem, Breckenridge Dem, Union and Southern Rights): House - 1860 and 1861.zip

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1 hour ago, MBDemSoc said:

1860 and 1861 (Parties included are GOP, Dem, Breckenridge Dem, Union and Southern Rights): House - 1860 and 1861.zip

Did you exclude the Southern States that had sent no delegations to that Congress? It wasn't what would become the full 11 Confederate States, but there were several of them by the time those elections closed for the House seats.

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7 hours ago, Patine said:

Did you exclude the Southern States that had sent no delegations to that Congress? It wasn't what would become the full 11 Confederate States, but there were several of them by the time those elections closed for the House seats.

Yes, only the partial delegations from some southern states that were elected are in.

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3 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

Are you planning on doing 54-55 @MBDemSoc?

Yes eventually but if Patine does it then great also.

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Parties for 1864 and 1865 are National Union, Democratic, Conservative and Radical (Both the Conservative and Radical labels were only really used in Kentucky it seems and all the congressmen sat with the Dems or Nat Union).

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1868 and 1869 (Parties are the GOP, Dems and Virginia Conservatives): 

House - 1868 and 1869.zip

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