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Tulsi Gabbard holds a town hall in Detroit, Michigan with the theme about the economy.

The Tulsi Campaign releases a TV ad touting her affordable housing plan targeting Los Angeles. 

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Tom Steyer parties hard in California this cycle, spending his first action of the term in California discussing his progressive plans for healthcare reform and pledging to bring Universal Healthcare,

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Tom Steyer holds a rally in South Carolina about his plan to expand Medicare. 

Tom Steyer holds a rally in Charleston where he promises that, if elected, he will choose a VP that has a long record of government service to pair with his long record of executive experience. 

Tom Steyer tours rural South Carolina, attempting to draw in moderate to conservative voters who are wary of voting for Biden after his poor performances thus far. 

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Bloomberg will tour Virginia over the week.

Bloomberg will launch an ad campaign focusing on Climate Change in California.

Bloomberg will tour Texas over the week.

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Bernie releases an ad in the Black Belt states, attacking Pete Buttiegie for his record on race, as Mayor of South Bend.

Bernie holds a rally in Charleston, where he calls for police reform.

Bernie holds a rally in Columbia, where he attacks Biden for his previous stances on issues like Civil Rights, and Social Security.

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9 hours ago, Rodja said:

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1.Sen.Warren holds Town Hall on issues of Racial Justice in Charleston,SC

2.Sen.Warren holds rally in Columbus,SC

3.Sen.Warren holds rally in Summerville,SC

Event One Roll: 7. A strong town hall resonates with minority votes.

Event Two Roll: 2. A weak rally with low turnout weakens enthusiasm for Warren.

Event Three Roll: 4. A weaker than needed rally.

Overall: -2. A weak campaigning session will not help Warren in South Carolina.

6 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

Events

1. Amy Klobuchar tours Charleston, South Carolina, touching on issues dealing with race 

2. Klobuchar goes to Dallas, Texas, to highlight her work with the agriculture sector

3. Klobuchar visits the University of South Carolina to highlight her education platform

Event One Roll: 1! The tour is poorly run, and ends with Klobuchar saying she had a fun time in "Portsmouth".(Negative Viral)

Event Two Roll: 7. A strong message resonates with voters in the state,

 Event Three Roll: 5. An average visit.

Overall: -2. A turn which could have been bad for Klobuchar without her stunning South Carolina debate performance.

5 hours ago, ALiteralNeoliberal said:

1. Buttigieg talks about how he will create tax credits to ensure all Americans can afford their rent, at a rally in Charleston, SC
2. Buttigieg tours rural North and South Carolina, talking about his plans to give rural towns and communities better access to broadband and technological opportunities,
3. Buttigieg visits Memphis, TN, and talks about how there is a need to elect a president who isn't from Washington to ensure that they will be able to fight the rampant corruption

 

Event One Roll: 6. A  better than average event.

Event Two Roll: 3. A poorly put together tour.

Event Three Roll: 8. A strong message resonates with Tennesseans.

Overall: +2. A turn which helps preserve some of what Pete would have lost with his debate performance.

5 hours ago, buenoboss said:

Events

1. Biden holds a rally with Jim Clyburn in Urban South Carolina

2. Biden launches ads all over the Super Tuesday states, touting his leadership and experience.

3. Biden does a string of town halls in Rural South Carolina

 

Event One Roll: 10! Clyburn's presence is estatic and draws African American voters to the events!(Viral)

Event Two Roll: 3. A weak ad campaign.

Event Three Roll: 9. A strong tour rallies rural voters!

Overall: +7. A strong turn pushing Biden forward after his regretful debate.

2 hours ago, Cenzonico said:

Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Austin, Texas about bettering public education.

Tulsi Gabbard holds a town hall in Detroit, Michigan with the theme about the economy.

The Tulsi Campaign releases a TV ad touting her affordable housing plan targeting Los Angeles. 

Event One Roll: 7. A strong rally bolsters Tulsi in the state.

Event Two Roll: 2. A weak townhall.

Event Three Roll: 7. A strong TV ad.

Overall: +2. A strong turn.

2 hours ago, Herbert Hoover said:

Tom Steyer holds a rally in South Carolina about his plan to expand Medicare. 

Tom Steyer holds a rally in Charleston where he promises that, if elected, he will choose a VP that has a long record of government service to pair with his long record of executive experience. 

Tom Steyer tours rural South Carolina, attempting to draw in moderate to conservative voters who are wary of voting for Biden after his poor performances thus far. 

Event One Roll: 1! Tom is met with am 11 person crowd! The low turnout goes viral!(Negative Viral)

Event Two Roll: 5. A very average rally.

Event Three Roll: 2. A weak and poorly put together tour hurts Steyer in rural South Carolina.

Overall: -7. A very poor turn for the businessman.

1 hour ago, The Blood said:

Bloomberg will tour Virginia over the week.

Bloomberg will launch an ad campaign focusing on Climate Change in California.

Bloomberg will tour Texas over the week.

@WVProgressive Is our last needed poster!

Event One Roll: 7. A strong tour.

Event Two Roll: 6. A better than average ad campaign.

Event Three Roll: 5. A very average tour.

Overall +3. A better than average turn.

51 minutes ago, WVProgressive said:

Bernie releases an ad in the Black Belt states, attacking Pete Buttiegie for his record on race, as Mayor of South Bend.

Bernie holds a rally in Charleston, where he calls for police reform.

Bernie holds a rally in Columbia, where he attacks Biden for his previous stances on issues like Civil Rights, and Social Security.

Event One Roll: 4. A weak ad does little to help Sanders.

Event Two Roll: 7. A strong rally.

Event Three Roll: 10! An ecstatic and energy filled rally!

Overall: +6. A strong turn for Sanders.

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South Carolina Debate Scores:


Klobuchar: +9 

Gabbard: +6

Sanders: +5 

Bloomberg: 0 

Warren: -1 

Steyer: -2 

Buttigieg: -5 

Biden: -6 

 

(I won't post commentary as nothing was too spectacular at this debate(besides Amy), and I want to post SC Results soon. As another note, if I gave you a score that does not match up with this, you got attacked and that brought you down)

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South Carolina Primary Results:

Turnout: 560,332 Votes

Joseph Biden: 34.22% - 191,745 votes - 29 delegates

Bernie Sanders: 23.07% - 129,268 votes - 16 delegates

Tom Steyer: 15.65% - 87,691 votes - 9 delegates

Amy Klobuchar: 11.01% - 61,692 votes

Pete Buttigieg: 10.01% - 56,089 votes 

Elizabeth Warren: 5.07% - 28,408 votes

Tulsi Gabbard: 0.97% - 5435 votes

 

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The fifth turn will start at 12 AM EST tonight, and for now I want to wait on starting the turn so I can get all of the polling for Super Tuesday ready, and also in part because I will be busy this evening.

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Fifth Turn Polling/Debate/News Updates:

 

Number Of Events: To simulate the sprint many candidates make across the map in the leadup to Super Tuesday, candidates are required to make 5 events now in the same format as usual during this turn.

 

Timeline: This turn will last from March 1st to March 3rd(Super Tuesday). 24 hours, as usual.

 

News Updates: South Carolina has proven to shift the ever-changing race for the Democratic Nomination. Joe Biden, despite his near-constant decline in the race, rode off of a strong campaign and the endorsement of Jim Clyburn to victory in the state. This surge, relying on the Black vote in urban areas, has given Joe renewed energy as he has surged nationally and in many key Super Tuesday states. This surge has placed him ahead of the stagnating Pete Buttigieg. Pete, despite his rise nationally as the main moderate competitor to Sanders in the race, collapsed in South Carolina under the weight of Biden's surge, a collapse which, along with a weak debate, have both weakened him in the race, though he maintains a strong Super Tuesday and national campaign. Sanders was able to head into South Carolina with a strong debate and campaign in the state, yet left the state with a minor under-performance thanks to Biden's surge. Despite this, Sanders has maintained a lead nationally, though he is threatened by the rise of Biden and the possible comeback of Buttigieg, with his lead now being within the margin of error with Biden in most polls. Steyer, who had surged in South Carolina to nearly 20% collapsed in the final few days of the campaign to 15.65% in the final results. Despite this collapse, he was able to grab a respectable third in the state, and despite a weak national campaign, he moving upwards in the race. Klobuchar, who was granted 4th in South Carolina by way of Pete's demise, may have been expecting a surge in South Carolina, but a weak campaign relative to other candidates combined with Biden sucking up much of the moderate energy in the state forced Klobuchar into only marginal gains. However, her debate performance and her victory over Pete have both pushed her forward nationally, though her chance of gathering delegates on Super Tuesday outside of her home state remains low. Warren, who went into the night with a poor debate and campaign in the state, appears to quickly be fading into irrelevance as a fifth-place position in Nevada combined with a 5% finish in South Carolina have both weakened her campaign's ability to go on. Gabbard, meanwhile, appears to be putting all her chips on Super Tuesday, where she, despite growing irrelevance, has maintained a strong base on left-wing populists in the race. Finally, Bloomberg has mostly stagnated nationally with minor decline.

 


FiveThirtyEight National Polling Average:
Sanders: 22.0%
Biden: 19.8%%
Buttigieg: 17.0%
Bloomberg: 13.0%
Warren: 10.8%
Klobuchar: 6.3%
Steyer: 4.9%
Gabbard: 2.0%
Undecided: 4.2%

 

FiveThirtyEight Alabama Polling Average:
Biden: 36.6%
Sanders: 17.0%
Bloomberg: 16.1%
Buttigieg: 8.8%
Klobuchar: 8.0%
Steyer: 5.2%
Warren: 5.0%
Gabbard: 1.0%
Undecided: 3.3%

FiveThirtyEight Tennessee Polling Average:
Biden: 23.4%
Sanders: 19.0%
Bloomberg: 14.4%
Buttigieg: 14.3%
Warren: 9.2%
Klobuchar: 7.2%
Steyer: 5.1%
Gabbard: 1.5%
Undecided: 4.9%

 

FiveThirtyEight North Carolina Polling Average:
Biden: 24.1%
Sanders: 19.7%
Buttigieg: 15.2%
Bloomberg: 15.0%
Warren: 9.0%
Klobuchar: 6.4%
Steyer: 6.0%
Gabbard: 1.6%
Undecided: 2.9%

 

FiveThirtyEight Virginia Polling Average:
Biden: 25.2%
Sanders: 21.0%
Buttigieg: 18.1%
Bloomberg: 14.4%
Warren: 8.1%
Klobuchar: 5.4%
Steyer: 4.0%
Gabbard: 1.0%
Undecided: 2.8%

 

FiveThirtyEight Arkansas Polling Average:
Biden: 24.1%
Sanders: 17.1%
Buttigieg: 16.2%
Bloomberg: 16.0%
Warren: 8.2%
Klobuchar: 7.4%
Steyer: 4.4%
Gabbard: 1.2%
Undecided: 5.4%

 

FiveThirtyEight Oklahoma Polling Average:
Biden: 24.6%
Sanders: 19.1%
Bloomberg: 15.2%
Buttigieg: 15.0%
Warren: 11.2%
Klobuchar: 7.0%
Steyer: 3.9%
Gabbard: 1.0%
Undecided: 3.0%

 

FiveThirtyEight Texas Polling Average:
Sanders: 20.1%
Biden: 19.3%
Buttigieg: 15.4%
Bloomberg: 13.2%
Warren: 11.0%
Klobuchar: 9.1%
Steyer: 5.1%
Gabbard: 2.3%
Undecided: 3.5%

 

FiveThirtyEight Massachusetts Polling Average:
Bernie: 23.4%
Warren: 18.0%
Biden: 17.7%
Buttigieg: 15.2%
Bloomberg: 10.2%
Klobuchar: 5.4%
Steyer: 3.1%
Gabbard: 2.0%
Undecided: 7.0%

 

FiveThirtyEight Maine Polling Average: 
Sanders: 24.1%
Buttigieg: 21.2%
Biden: 14.4%
Warren: 13.0%
Bloomberg: 11.0%
Steyer: 5.4%
Klobuchar: 4.6%
Gabbard: 2.3%
Undecided: 4.0%

 

FiveThirtyEight Vermont Polling Average:
Sanders: 51.2%
Buttigieg: 14.9%
Warren: 9.8%
Biden: 7.0%
Steyer: 3.0%
Gabbard: 2.9%
Klobuchar: 1.0%
Undecided: 10.2%

 

FiveThirtyEight Minnesota Polling Average:
Klobuchar: 23.6%
Sanders: 21.5%
Buttigieg: 14.5%
Warren: 13.4%
Biden: 10.8%
Bloomberg: 7.1%
Steyer: 4.3%
Gabbard: 2.0%
Undecided: 2.8%

 

FiveThirtyEight Colorado Polling Average:
Sanders: 24.7%
Buttigieg: 17.7%
Biden: 13.7%
Warren: 13.5%
Bloomberg: 12.3%
Steyer: 7.2%
Klobuchar: 4.7%
Gabbard: 3.2%
Undecided: 3.0%

 

FiveThirtyEight Utah Polling Average:
Sanders: 23.4%
Buttigieg: 16.7%
Bloomberg: 15.1%
Biden: 14.6%
Warren: 14.0%
Steyer: 6.6%
Klobuchar: 4.2%
Gabbard: 2.9%
Undecided: 2.5%

 

FiveThirtyEight California Polling Average:
Sanders: 23.5%
Buttigieg: 17.0%
Biden: 15.7%
Warren: 13.9%
Bloomberg: 11.4%
Steyer: 7.8%
Klobuchar: 4.0%
Gabbard: 4.0%
Undecided: 2.7%

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Elizabeth Warren will suspen her campaign following the weak performances in early states.She will consider making an endorsement.

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Tom Steyer parties hard in California this cycle, spending his first action of the term in California discussing his progressive plans for healthcare reform and pledging to bring Universal Healthcare, stating that his business career shows he can work with other people in a way that many politicians cannot. 

Tom Steyer continues his rager by visiting San Francisco and talking passionately about the need to protect the environment, and the need to do it NOW! 

Tom Steyer is still on his bender. Now in Los Angeles, he's speaking at UCLA about the need for youths to come out and vote against Donald Trump, and arguing that his outsider status and his progressive policies make him the best man to turnout voters against Trump. 

San Diego, here we go-go! Tom Steyer is talking to crowds of Democratic Primary voters about his plan to ban the sale of semi-automatic weapons and promoted his voluntary buyback program. 

We're ending the week somewhere new... Sacremento, California! Steyer is hosting meet and greets like crazy at Stanford University, a campus that he once served on the board of trustees for. Steyer is hoping to swipe away youth support from Bernie Sanders and to pick up support from Warren suddenly dropping out of the race. 

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Klobuchar visits Boston, Massachusetts, praising Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a fighter and a good friend who will be missed from the race

Klobuchar then goes home to Minnesota, where she tours red-leaning counties she has won in her senatorial campaigns. She asks for their endorsement for President.

Klobuchar visits Houston, Texas, demanding a bigger say for the Latinx community in Congress and in politics at large.

Klobuchar barnstorms near San Antonio, Texas, offering a vision for progressive pragmatism that will bring the whole country forward.

Klobuchar ends her tour of Texas in El Paso, where she praises Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke for bringing the Texas Democratic Party back from the dead, and pledges to spend considerable time in the state should she be the party's nominee. 

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1. Buttigieg tours rural Minnesota, talking about his plan to invest into rural America,

2. At a town hall in Denver, CO, Buttigieg talks about his education policies,

3. Buttigieg talks about his gun policies at a rally in El Paso, TX,

4. Buttigieg talks about how he will defend a woman’s right to choose a rally in Austin, TX,

5.  At a rally alongside Buttigieg surrogate and Virginia congressman Don Beyer in Richmond, Pete outlines how he’s going to expand Obamacare,

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1. Biden has a rally in Richmond, Virginia 

2. Biden goes to rural North Carolina and talks about how he will bring jobs back to the working class

3. Biden goes to The City of Angels and talks about how he is the best President for Black Americans

4. Biden tours the rural countryside of Texas and gives some town halls

5. Biden launches a ad campaign all across the Super Tuesday states, talking about his empathy and his life struggles

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Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Fresno, California about fighting Climate Change

Tulsi Gabbard holds a town hall in the city of Boston, Massachusetts with a theme of People Before Profits.

Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Denver, Colorado about ending the war on drugs. 

Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Alexandria, Virginia where she talks about improving the economy. 

The Tulsi Campaign puts out a internet ad targeting all of the Super Tuesday states in a effort to increase name recognition.

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Mike tours California in the hopes of gathering support in the state.

Mike will tour Virginia in an attempt to repair his collapse in the state.

Mike will tour Alabama with a message that he is the one candidate to fight for the African American community.

Mike will launch an ad campaign across Texas focusing on immigration.

Mike will tour Florida in the hopes to building up support in the state despite its distant primary.

@WVProgressiveIs our last needed poster, then I can begin making Super Tuesday results!

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Sen.Elizabeth Warren endorses South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg for President!In endorsement video she called Pete "the best of America" and called on her supporters to rally behind him in the fight for "big structural change".Rumors are flying around that Sen.Warren endorses Mayor Buttigieg on condition of him supporting M4A,and that she could be involved in his campaign in a major way.

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At a rally in Boston (Don’t add any points for this), Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren made an announcement,
“Elizabeth Warren has fought tooth and nail for the American people. She has been a dedicated civil servant and never lost sight of the struggles and needs of the American people. That is why I am happy to announce that Elizabeth will be my running mate! Let’s not talk about policy, because we know that America needs common sense solutions we can rally the entire party around. Because this isnt about ideology, this isn’t about infighting, this is about unity. Showing the American people that we can come together and make great change, and getting a racist, xenophobic, lawbreaking president out of office. Please join us in rallying the Democratic Party, and in rallying America”

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Bernie holds a rally in Boston, where he talks about the need for Medicare for All.

Bernie releases an ad in the Super Tuesday States, focused on his record, as Mayor of Burlington, and as a Rep, and later Senator of Vermont.

Bernie holds a Rally in Houston, where he talks about his support for marijuana decriminalization.

Bernie holds a rally in Los Angeles, where he calls for widespread economic reform to reduce wealth inequality. He also adds in a subtle jab about how he's still sad the Dodgers left Brooklyn.

Bernie holds a rally in Nashville and calls for greater protection for America's marginalized communities.

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At a rally in Boston (Don’t add any points for this), Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren made an announcement,
“Elizabeth Warren has fought tooth and nail for the American people. She has been a dedicated civil servant and never lost sight of the struggles and needs of the American people. That is why I am happy to announce that Elizabeth will be my running mate! Let’s not talk about policy, because we know that America needs common sense solutions we can rally the entire party around. Because this isnt about ideology, this isn’t about infighting, this is about unity. Showing the American people that we can come together and make great change, and getting a racist, xenophobic, lawbreaking president out of office. Please join us in rallying the Democratic Party, and in rallying America”

(Because this is a major event I want to make a roll to determine how it will go.): 

Announcement Roll: 10! The shock from the media is abundant, however this shock quickly turns into praise as countless see the move as a unification the Party needed just as it appeared to be drifting towards a contested convention. The media is full of nonstop coverage and praise over the announcement, and Pete's moderate base are flocking around the move as a sign of Pete's compromising nature, while Warren supporters are rallying around Pete as someone who can unite progressives and moderates in the party.

(Event Rolls coming soon)

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Tom Steyer parties hard in California this cycle, spending his first action of the term in California discussing his progressive plans for healthcare reform and pledging to bring Universal Healthcare, stating that his business career shows he can work with other people in a way that many politicians cannot. 

Tom Steyer continues his rager by visiting San Francisco and talking passionately about the need to protect the environment, and the need to do it NOW! 

Tom Steyer is still on his bender. Now in Los Angeles, he's speaking at UCLA about the need for youths to come out and vote against Donald Trump, and arguing that his outsider status and his progressive policies make him the best man to turnout voters against Trump. 

San Diego, here we go-go! Tom Steyer is talking to crowds of Democratic Primary voters about his plan to ban the sale of semi-automatic weapons and promoted his voluntary buyback program. 

We're ending the week somewhere new... Sacremento, California! Steyer is hosting meet and greets like crazy at Stanford University, a campus that he once served on the board of trustees for. Steyer is hoping to swipe away youth support from Bernie Sanders and to pick up support from Warren suddenly dropping out of the race. 

Event One Roll: 4. Some progressives have a bad taste in their mouths thinking about a billionaire pledging to be progressive.

Event Two Roll: 9. A strong message resonates with the voters of San Francisco. 

Event Three Roll: 6. A strong message helps Steyer in L.A among youth voters.

Event Four Roll: 1! Steyer accidentally says "We must ban non-automatic weapons." at the event a full 3 times, sparking mass ridicule(Negative Viral)

Event Five Roll: 2. The meet and greets are so poorly put together, and are combined with Steyer's stilted personality to create an all together poor series of meet and greats.

Overall: -3. A weak turn for Steyer in what could be the end of his campaign soon.

4 hours ago, Hestia11 said:

Klobuchar visits Boston, Massachusetts, praising Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a fighter and a good friend who will be missed from the race

Klobuchar then goes home to Minnesota, where she tours red-leaning counties she has won in her senatorial campaigns. She asks for their endorsement for President.

Klobuchar visits Houston, Texas, demanding a bigger say for the Latinx community in Congress and in politics at large.

Klobuchar barnstorms near San Antonio, Texas, offering a vision for progressive pragmatism that will bring the whole country forward.

Klobuchar ends her tour of Texas in El Paso, where she praises Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke for bringing the Texas Democratic Party back from the dead, and pledges to spend considerable time in the state should she be the party's nominee. 

Event One Roll: 7. A strong event helps many grieving Warrenites warm up to the Klob.

Event Two Roll: 1! Klobuchar forgets the names of multiple counties while on the trail, and forgets where she is at one event.

Event Three Roll: 9.  A strong event boosts Klobuchar in the state.

Event Four Roll: 3. A weak barnstorm.

Event Five: 4.  A worse than average event.

Overall: -2 A turn which could have gone better.

4 hours ago, ALiteralNeoliberal said:

1. Buttigieg tours rural Minnesota, talking about his plan to invest into rural America,

2. At a town hall in Denver, CO, Buttigieg talks about his education policies,

3. Buttigieg talks about his gun policies at a rally in El Paso, TX,

4. Buttigieg talks about how he will defend a woman’s right to choose a rally in Austin, TX,

5.  At a rally alongside Buttigieg surrogate and Virginia congressman Don Beyer in Richmond, Pete outlines how he’s going to expand Obamacare,

Event One Roll: 7. A strong tour bolsters Pete.

Event Two Roll: 9. A strong townhall.

Event Three Roll: 2. The event receives low, low turnout.

Event Four Roll: 5. An average rally.

Event Five Roll: 6. A better than average event.

Overall: +4. A strong turn for Pete.

4 hours ago, buenoboss said:

1. Biden has a rally in Richmond, Virginia 

2. Biden goes to rural North Carolina and talks about how he will bring jobs back to the working class

3. Biden goes to The City of Angels and talks about how he is the best President for Black Americans

4. Biden tours the rural countryside of Texas and gives some town halls

5. Biden launches a ad campaign all across the Super Tuesday states, talking about his empathy and his life struggles

Event Roll One: 5. An average event.

Event Roll Two: 8. A strong tour bolsters Biden.

Event Roll Three: 3. A week message doesn't help Biden.

Event Roll Four: 8. A strong tour.

Event Roll Five: 2. A very weak ad.

Overall: +1. Better than average turn.

3 hours ago, Cenzonico said:

Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Fresno, California about fighting Climate Change

Tulsi Gabbard holds a town hall in the city of Boston, Massachusetts with a theme of People Before Profits.

Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Denver, Colorado about ending the war on drugs. 

Tulsi Gabbard holds a rally in Alexandria, Virginia where she talks about improving the economy. 

The Tulsi Campaign puts out a internet ad targeting all of the Super Tuesday states in a effort to increase name recognition.

Event Roll One: 10! An ecstatic and energy filled rally brings Tulsi national coverage.(Viral)

Event Roll Two: 7. A strong town hall helps Tulsi.

Event Roll Three: 6. A better than average rally.

Event Roll Four: 2. A very weak rally.

Event Roll Five: 9. A highly effective ad.

Overall: +8. A strong turn for Tulsi.

3 hours ago, The Blood said:

Mike tours California in the hopes of gathering support in the state.

Mike will tour Virginia in an attempt to repair his collapse in the state.

Mike will tour Alabama with a message that he is the one candidate to fight for the African American community.

Mike will launch an ad campaign across Texas focusing on immigration.

Mike will tour Florida in the hopes to building up support in the state despite its distant primary.

@WVProgressiveIs our last needed poster, then I can begin making Super Tuesday results!

Event One Roll: 1! Bloomberg forgets he is not in the South, saying, "I love it here in Arkansas."(Negative Viral)

Event Two Roll: 4. A weak tour.

Event Three Roll: 7. A strong tour.

Event Four Roll: 2. A very weak ad.

Event Five Roll: 4. A weak tour.

Overall: -7. F

48 minutes ago, WVProgressive said:

Bernie holds a rally in Boston, where he talks about the need for Medicare for All.

Bernie releases an ad in the Super Tuesday States, focused on his record, as Mayor of Burlington, and as a Rep, and later Senator of Vermont.

Bernie holds a Rally in Houston, where he talks about his support for marijuana decriminalization.

Bernie holds a rally in Los Angeles, where he calls for widespread economic reform to reduce wealth inequality. He also adds in a subtle jab about how he's still sad the Dodgers left Brooklyn.

Bernie holds a rally in Nashville and calls for greater protection for America's marginalized communities.

Event One Roll: 4. A weak rally.

Event Two Roll: 7. A strong ad.

Event Three Roll: 9. An ecstatic rally.

Event Four Roll: 2. A weak rally.

Event Five Roll: 7. A strong rally.

Overall: +4. A strong turn.

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Virginia Primary Results:


Turnout: 1,411,081 Votes


Biden: 27.11% - 382,544 Votes - 41 delegates


Buttigieg: 24.89% - 351,218 Votes - 30 delegates


Sanders: 23.01% - 324,689 Votes -  28 delegates


Bloomberg: 13.20% - 186,262 Votes


Klobuchar: 7.13% - 100,610 Votes


Steyer: 3.57% -  50,375 Votes


Gabbard: 1.09% - 15,380 Votes

 

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North Carolina Primary Results(Note: Pete's Color Has Been Altered) :


Turnout: 1,432,001 Votes


Biden: 28.67% - 410,554 Votes - 51 delegates


Sanders: 22.03% - 315,469 Votes - 35 delegates


Buttigieg: 19.33% - 276,805 Votes - 24 delegates


Bloomberg: 13.07% - 187,162 Votes


Steyer: 7.44% - 106,540 Votes


Klobuchar: 7.00% - 100,240 Votes


Gabbard: 1.32% - 18,902 Votes

 

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Massachusetts Primary Results:

Turnout: 1,410,877 Votes


Buttigieg: 29.67% - 418,607 Votes - 37 delegates


Sanders: 25.12% - 354,412 Votes - 29 delegates


Biden: 22.07% - 311,380 Votes - 25 delegates


Bloomberg: 10.33% - 145,743 Votes


Klobuchar: 5.76% - 81,266 Votes


Steyer: 4.08% - 57,563 Votes


Gabbard: 2.97% - 41,903 Votes

 

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