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Ok!

Madison starts in VA.  Burr starts in NY.  Hamilton starts in NY.  Dallas starts in PA.

But wait!  There’s only one slot in each state.  Can’t have two in NY.

Action to @Woot.  Will you claim NY for Burr?  Or let Hamilton have it, and you can choose any available state adjacent to VA.

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One second, President places their token before their VP.  So Hamilton could start in PA, for example, and then VP.

Hamilton could start in PA if he is so inclined.  And then his VP would start adjacent to Hamilton’s starting place.

What say you, @Agent B?  Which state adjacent to NY will you start in?

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3 hours ago, Actinguy said:

One second, President places their token before their VP.  So Hamilton could start in PA, for example, and then VP.

Hamilton could start in PA if he is so inclined.  And then his VP would start adjacent to Hamilton’s starting place.

What say you, @Agent B?  Which state adjacent to NY will you start in?

New England 

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5 hours ago, mlcorcoran said:

Round 0:

Madison starts in VA: 23 electors
Burr starts in NY: 31 electors

Hamilton is forced to start in New England: 42 electors
Dallas starts in PA: 25 electors

Liberals: 54                 Conservatives: 67

Round 1:

@Leuser James Madison heads out from his native Virginia. Where does he go first?

Action to @Leuser

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6 hours ago, Woot said:

I'll take the Carolinas then

Burr's only available move is Louisiana (available because it doesn't touch any other state) and therefore he has to take Louisiana. 

Action then moves to @Agent B Hamilton...but Hamilton doesn't seem to have any moves available.

Action then moves to @mlcorcoran George M Dallas.

As both Hamilton and Burr are land locked, all future moves are between @mlcorcoran and @Leuser.

Of course, @Agent B and @Woot are welcome to still play cards at any time, if they have any that are applicable.

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2 minutes ago, mlcorcoran said:

@Leuser @Woot Madison and Burr win! 134 to 90. Congratulations gentlemen on winning the first election post 12th Amendment, and being the first Conservative administration since George Washington himself

 

They’re Liberals. ;c)

We still haven’t had an elected conservative President in the game.

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