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1872 and 1873 House Election (Parties included are Rep, Dem, Con, Lib Rep, Prohibition and Straight-Out Dem, Liberal, Anti-Tammany Democrat) :

 

 

 

 

 

House - 1872 and 1873.zip

 

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1876 and 1877 is nearly completed but it will be slightly delayed as I am going to play the Last of Us Part 2.

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I have fixed the 1872 and 1873 Scenario as Michigan's 3rd district's percentages was off (the new fixed version has been put in the original version's post).

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1876 and 1877 (Parties included are Rep, Dem, Greenback, Prohibition and Colored Republican, Anti-Tammany Democratic) :

 

 

 

House - 1876 and 1877.zip

 

 

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1880 (Parties Included are Rep, Dem, Greenback, Readjuster, Prohibition and Socialist Labor): 

 

 

 

House - 1880.zip

 

 

 

 

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Just now, MBDemSoc said:

1880 (Parties Included are Rep, Dem, Greenback, Readjuster, Prohibition and Socialist Labor): 

House - 1880.zip 3.13 MB · 0 downloads

There were Socialist Candidates in the 1880 House Election so I just assumed they were Soc Lab as the Socialist Party did not exist at the time,

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1 minute ago, MBDemSoc said:

There were Socialist Candidates in the 1880 House Election so I just assumed they were Soc Lab as the Socialist Party did not exist at the time,

One of the candidates in 1876 and 1877 House Election was broken so I have uploaded the fixed version in the original download post,

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1884 production will likely start tomorrow after I finish something for a personal project.

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1884 production has started and a minor update has been made to include a new Greenback leader (Nicholas Ford from Missouri's 9th who was the Greenback's nomination for Speaker after the 1880 elections).

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Parties for 1884 will be Republican, Democratic, Greenback, Prohibition, Tammany Democratic and New York County Democracy (There were People's Party and a Labor Reform candidate but considering those parties did not exist at the time of these elections I will assume that they are just Greenbacks due to a  number of the People's Party Candidates in these elections stood as Greenbacks in prior elections and due to the Labor Reform party merging into the Greenback National Party in the 1870s).

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1888 production will start soon, I am working on another large project at the same time as the House Elections one.

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19 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

1888 production will start soon, I am working on another large project at the same time as the House Elections one.

Given the quality of everything you've made so far I'm very eager to see what this other large project is, assuming it is tied to election games!

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On 7/27/2020 at 5:30 PM, PunPun said:

Given the quality of everything you've made so far I'm very eager to see what this other large project is, assuming it is tied to election games!

I'm afraid it is not related to the 270Soft Games.

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Here are the parties that will be included in the 1888 House Election Scenario: Republican, Democratic, Greenback, Prohibition, Union Labor, American (A Anti-Masonic Party), Socialist Labor, Tammany Democratic, New York County Democracy.

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2 hours ago, Patine said:

Tell me when you need party icons from 1900-1948.

OK.

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Parties that will be in the 1892 House Election Scenario: Republican, Democratic, People's/Populist, Silver, Socialist Labor, Union Labor, Independent People's Union, Citizens Democratic, Cook County Reform League.

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