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National Polling on December 15th 2023:

Democrats:

Cuomo:30.1%(+3.4%) @PringlesN7

AOC:25.7%(-1.2%) @Rodja

Buttigieg:11.9% (+11.9) @tzmb

Bennet:1.8%(+0.4%) @MishFox

Undecided:19.1%(-13.9%)

Republicans:

Haley:23.8%(+2%) @Hestia11

Trump Jr:18.7%(+2.2%) @ALiteralNeoliberal

Scott:18.6%(-0.7%) @Reagan04

Cotton:10.7%(-0.5%) @Conservative Elector 2

Kasich:3.2%(+0.5%) @The Blood

Undecided:25%(-3.5%)

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Sorry,didnt see it before.Would you like to join my RP?

Republicans:   Turnout:Die Rolls 5!Just average turnout! Speech Reaction:Die Rolls 4!Not bad,not impressive! Base:Die Rolls 7!Cotton sucessfully appeals to conservative and rel

Cool. I'd play as Tom Cotton.

Week December 15th-December 22nd can officially begin!

You have time until midnight to post your events and send me your debate moves!

Debates:In this week both parties will hold their debates.Candidates should send me following in the private message:Pander (group of voters they are focusing on),Attack(can be another candidate but doesnt have to you can also attack billionars,military industrial complex,liberals etc.),Message(key message your candidate will send on stage)

For Republicans:National Right to Life Committee will be announcing its presidential endorsement at the end of this term so you might be interested in focusing your events on issues important to them(Abortion).Every event focused on that issues will be impacting your chance on getting the National Right to Life Committee endorsement.National Right to Life Committee counts as one of the major endorsers and can improve your week and polling numbers.

 

Current points for  endorsement:

Cotton:25 points

Scott:22 points

Trump Jr:18 points

Haley:15 points

Kasich:8 points

@PringlesN7 @buenoboss @MishFox @Hestia11 @Reagan04 @ALiteralNeoliberal @Conservative Elector 2 @The Blood @tzmb

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Senator Cotton holds a rally in St. Louis, Missouri to argue once again for the necessity of appointing conservative justices to the Supreme Court. By making sure to elect a constitutional conservative the GOP can be sure that there won't be an abortion industry gaining a foothold in America. He also vows to end taxpayer money running into abortion clinics and instead using this funds to bring drug prices down.

Senator Cotton meets with Iowa voters in Sioux City. He speaks about lowering taxes for the middle-class and promises to toughen America's stance on the industry killing babies, which he labels the greatest mass murder going on in today's America.

Senator Cotton asks New Hampshire voters in Manchester if they want far-left radical judges ruling on unlimited, taxpayer funded abortion access or if they want down-to-earth conservatives who are committed to defend the constitution rather than propagating their own agenda. He warns if Democrats take over the White House the kitchen table issues will be sacrificed for a radical, far-left agenda which appeases Hollywood standards.

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Cuomo heads to Las Vegas for a town hall and promotes his pledge to increase the Federal Minimum Wage to $15 an hour. 

Cuomo holds a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire and discusses the dangers of voting for Donald Trump Jr. Or as he witfully calls, the "Trump Crime Family."

Cuomo, ecstatic about the endorsement of the WFP heads to New York City and mingles with Union workers, ensuring them that his pledge to increase the minimum wage is genuine, and WILL be done. 

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Pete Buttigieg holds a rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and stresses the need for electability, citing his midwestern roots and proclaiming his ideas as a groundwork for progress.

Pete holds a town hall in Charleston, South Carolina, emphasizing his pragmatic approach. With respect to AOC and Gov. Cuomo he questions their ability to win a general election outside of blue states.

Buttigieg holds a barnstorm in Duluth, Minnesota. He emphasizes the need for the Democratic Party to listen to blue collar voters and not stray too far to the left.

 

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Haley tours a farm in Western Iowa

Haley then goes and visits Council Bluffs, Iowa

Haley then visits New Hampshire's smaller counties

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1. Bennet returns home to Colorado for a rally, talking about his time as Senator, and superintendent of Denver Public Schools

2. Bennet attends a farmers market in rural iowa, talking about his plan for farmers and agriculture

3. Bennet holds a town hall at Iowa University, interacting with young students. 

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Tim Scott gives a speech on how abortion has harmed the black community and how Planned Parenthood has its roots in Eugenics in Columbia, South Carolina.

Tim Scott talks about the need for conservative Justices to protect the unborn in Des Moines, Iowa.

Tim Scott talks about the fight for life and takes an alternative approach in Laconia, New Hampshire. He frames the debate as that of providing equal protection for the unborn in the same way we'd do it for any other minority, harkening back to the Civil Rights movement. He emphasizes the equal need for comprehensive sex ed and access to birth control to keep unwanted pregnancies down once we do overturn Roe v. Wade.

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1.AOC holds town hall called "No We Cant Democrats" in Concord,NH in which she focuses on denying Cuomo's claims about her being unelectable and portrays moderate Democrats as "politicians without ideas" and "actually unelectable"

2.AOC tours South Carolina

3.AOC tours California

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1. Kasich will tour rural New Hampshire.

2. Kasich will hold a rally in Nashua.

3. Kasich will hold a rally in Portsmouth.

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@ALiteralNeoliberaldidnt post his events again,he will get some extra time until i do die rolls to do so,otherwise we will proceed turn with Don Jr. absent from campaign trail.

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DEMOCRATIC DEBATE SUMMARY

 

Booker 7/10  @buenoboss

Sen.Booker made a very strong plea to Never Trump Republicans possibly getting some of their support,and his message of Obamastalgia was pretty strong.He tried to attack AOC but she sucessfully defended herself.

Buttigieg 7/10 @tzmb

Buttigieg epicly failed to appeal to black voters,but he had a very strong night overally.He dealt a fatal blow to Cuomo with attack on waiting to close New York in COVID crisis of 2020.

Bennet 5/10 @MishFox

Bennet had an average night.He made a strong appeal to working class vote,and tried to challenge Cuomo who sucessfully defended himself.

AOC 3/10 @Rodja

AOC had a much weaker night than she needed,and was damaged by attacks from Andrew Cuomo on her electability.

Cuomo 2/10 @PringlesN7

Andrew Cuomo had good message and argumentation and would have had a good night if he found a way to walk out of a trap Mayor Buttigieg set up for him.He couldn't.

Winner:Booker,Buttigieg

Loser:Cuomo

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REPUBLICAN DEBATE SUMMARY

 

Kasich:10/10 @The Blood

Kasich had a night he needed,he had a strong and clear moderate message and attacks Don Jr. laid on him only made him stronger.Perfect performance

Scott:6/10 @Reagan04

Sen.Scott failed to appeal to minority voters,but he had a strong message of his family background and sucessfully attacked Don Jr.

Cotton:6/10 @Conservative Elector 2

Sen.Cotton had decent performance,and was only candidate in both debates to not attack his fellow candidate.

Trump Jr:3/10 @ALiteralNeoliberal

Don Jr. had a weak night and was damaged by attacks from Kasich and Scott

Haley:3/10 @Hestia11

Haley had a very weak night,her pander was unsucessfull,her message not strong and Don Jr. defended himself from her attacks.

Winner:Kasich

Loser:Trump Jr.,Haley 

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Alright. I'll be taking over as DM due to Rodja being busy with work. I'll be plugging the numbers in now. As for my character, Mayor Pete, I'll retire him since I dont like playing while DM'ing at the same time. We'll just say he couldn't get on the ballot in enough states.

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 We'll keep things mainly the same. I'll just base the schedule off the originally planned 2020 race (before covid). So that's how the debates and primaries will be organized. Also, dm me for endorsements "Dobs Style". I'll base my style off of his so you're gonna get some detailed maps as well. I'll also do some state polling as well

Without further a do, here are the rolls.

Republicans:

On 9/14/2020 at 6:33 AM, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Senator Cotton holds a rally in St. Louis, Missouri to argue once again for the necessity of appointing conservative justices to the Supreme Court. By making sure to elect a constitutional conservative the GOP can be sure that there won't be an abortion industry gaining a foothold in America. He also vows to end taxpayer money running into abortion clinics and instead using this funds to bring drug prices down. Rolled 7! Cotton is well received, however some moderates find his comments to be a bit extreme.

Senator Cotton meets with Iowa voters in Sioux City. He speaks about lowering taxes for the middle-class and promises to toughen America's stance on the industry killing babies, which he labels the greatest mass murder going on in today's America. Rolled 9! Cotton's message resonated with conservative Iowa.

Senator Cotton asks New Hampshire voters in Manchester if they want far-left radical judges ruling on unlimited, taxpayer funded abortion access or if they want down-to-earth conservatives who are committed to defend the constitution rather than propagating their own agenda. He warns if Democrats take over the White House the kitchen table issues will be sacrificed for a radical, far-left agenda which appeases Hollywood standards. Rolled 10! Cotton's message really resonates with New Hampshire!

7/10 for Cotton, an above average week and some mo' built in early states

On 9/14/2020 at 10:52 AM, Hestia11 said:

Haley tours a farm in Western Iowa Rolled 8! Haley's visit is well received throughout the media and dispels some of her insider reputation. Even if it doesn't generate a top news story.

Haley then goes and visits Council Bluffs, Iowa Rolled 8! Haley once again generates some momentum in Iowa!

Haley then visits New Hampshire's smaller counties Rolled 6! Not bad but slightly above average. She wins little undecided voters.

7/10 for Haley, overall an above average week. Some momentum in Iowa. Little ground gained in NH.

On 9/14/2020 at 11:38 AM, Reagan04 said:

Tim Scott gives a speech on how abortion has harmed the black community and how Planned Parenthood has its roots in Eugenics in Columbia, South Carolina. Rolled 9! Scott's comments are provocative but are music to the ears of Republicans. This has certainly built up some momentum for him.

Tim Scott talks about the need for conservative Justices to protect the unborn in Des Moines, Iowa. Rolled 7! The focus on abortion ires some women voters but is welcome overall by the GOP.

Tim Scott talks about the fight for life and takes an alternative approach in Laconia, New Hampshire. He frames the debate as that of providing equal protection for the unborn in the same way we'd do it for any other minority, harkening back to the Civil Rights movement. He emphasizes the equal need for comprehensive sex ed and access to birth control to keep unwanted pregnancies down once we do overturn Roe v. Wade. Rolled 4! The comments don't play super well in moderate New Hampshire. Scott is met with protesters before taking the stage, they are peacefully escorted out and the rest of the event goes average.

7/10 Scott extends his lead in SC but loses ground in NH

 

On 9/14/2020 at 1:48 PM, The Blood said:

1. Kasich will tour rural New Hampshire. Rolled 7! Kasich's message rings well in NH.

2. Kasich will hold a rally in Nashua. Rolled 6! The speech goes well but the crowd is about average and pales in comparison to some of his rivals.

3. Kasich will hold a rally in Portsmouth. Rolled 6!  Kasich does okay but fails to win over much undecideds.

6/10 Kasich makes few gains in NH,

 

On 9/15/2020 at 1:32 AM, ALiteralNeoliberal said:

1. Don talks fiscal policy at a town hall in Columbia, SC Rolled 5! Hearing the son of a bombastic president drone on about tax deductions wasn't all that great nor was it terrible.

2. Don Jr holds a rally in Manchester, NH, on China, Rolled 8! Don Jr gives some red meat to the base and evokes his father.

3. Don Jr talks about his expieriemce in foreign relations at a rally in Des Moines, IA Rolled 6! Not bad but some people are really skeptical whether Don Jr really has any experience in foreign relations. Democrats are laughing but Republicans don't really mind.

6/10 a meh week for Don Jr, albeit great in NH

 

Democratic Primary:

On 9/14/2020 at 10:16 AM, PringlesN7 said:

Cuomo heads to Las Vegas for a town hall and promotes his pledge to increase the Federal Minimum Wage to $15 an hour. Rolled 6! Progressives aren't impressed and AOC's base isn't won over here but it plays well to moderates.

Cuomo holds a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire and discusses the dangers of voting for Donald Trump Jr. Or as he witfully calls, the "Trump Crime Family." Rolled 7! Reminding voters of Trump is a good way to unite the party, even if Democrats seem ready to focus on policy.

Cuomo, ecstatic about the endorsement of the WFP heads to New York City and mingles with Union workers, ensuring them that his pledge to increase the minimum wage is genuine, and WILL be done. Rolled 5! Some people aren't buying the promise, others are.  The visit was seen as somewhat pointless, albeit inoffensive.

6/10 eh week for Cuomo. Not the comeback he needed, nor was it awful.

 

On 9/14/2020 at 10:32 AM, buenoboss said:

Senator Booker has a town hall in Urban South Carolina Rolled 4! A total of 50 people show up. 

Booker has a rally in Urban South Carolina Rolled 8! This helps him put him on the map in SC!

Booker announces and starts his "Tried, Tested, True" bus tour in Rural South Carolina Rolled 5! Eh. Not really enough to help but doesn't hurt.

5/10 Booker does meh. He sustains debate mo'

 

On 9/14/2020 at 11:15 AM, MishFox said:

1. Bennet returns home to Colorado for a rally, talking about his time as Senator, and superintendent of Denver Public Schools Rolled 10! This plays very well in Colorado!

2. Bennet attends a farmers market in rural iowa, talking about his plan for farmers and agriculture Rolled 5! This goes over well with his base but not much else.

3. Bennet holds a town hall at Iowa University, interacting with young students. Rolled 6! It goes okay. However, most college students seem to be enamored by AOC.

7/10 Bennet gains ground in his home state, a little in Iowa

 

On 9/14/2020 at 1:46 PM, Rodja said:

1.AOC holds town hall called "No We Cant Democrats" in Concord,NH in which she focuses on denying Cuomo's claims about her being unelectable and portrays moderate Democrats as "politicians without ideas" and "actually unelectable" Rolled 6! Plays well with her base and even wins a few undecideds but moderates seem to be stubborn.

2.AOC tours South Carolina Rolled 5! AOC draws crowds but fails to build on Bernie's 2016 and 2020 performances.

3.AOC tours California Rolled 5! AOC draws a crowd but it doesn't translate as well to polling.

5/10 AOC does ok but doesn't build on her base

 

Polls coming next

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17 minutes ago, tzmb said:

 We'll keep things mainly the same. I'll just base the schedule off the originally planned 2020 race (before covid). So that's how the debates and primaries will be organized. Also, dm me for endorsements "Dobs Style". I'll base my style off of his so you're gonna get some detailed maps as well. I'll also do some state polling as well

I am honored.

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National Polling on December 22nd 2023:

Democrats:

Cuomo:35.6%(+5.5%) @PringlesN7

AOC: 33.8%(+6.1%) @Rodja

Booker: 5.9% (+5.9%) @buenoboss

Bennet:3.1%(+1.3%) @MishFox

Undecided:21.4%(+2.6%)

*Buttigieg's attaking Cuomo and then dropping out only helps AOC

Iowa:

AOC: 38.7%

Cuomo:  34.8%

Bennet:  7.6%

Booker: 0.9%

Undecided:  18%

 

New Hampshire:

AOC: 39.7%

Cuomo: 38.5%

Bennet: 5.9%

Booker: 1.7%

Undecided: 14.2%

 

Nevada:

AOC: 42.6%

Cuomo: 35.3%

Booker: 5.2%

Bennet: 1.9%

Undecided: 15%

 

South Carolina:

Cuomo: 50.4%

AOC: 16.7%

Booker: 12.5%

Bennet 2.8%

Undecided: 17.6%

 

Republicans:

Haley:22.4%(-1.4%) @Hestia11

Scott:21.3%(+2.7%) @Reagan04

Trump Jr: 17.5%(-1.2%) @ALiteralNeoliberal

Cotton:13.5%(+2.8%) @Conservative Elector 2

Kasich:6.8%(+3.7%) @The Blood

Undecided:18.5%(-6.5%)

 

Iowa:

Haley: 22.3%

Cotton: 21.4%

Scott: 18.7%

Trump: 18.6%

Kasich: 2.9%

Undecided: 16.1%

 

New Hampshire:

Trump: 22.8%

Haley: 20.7%

Scott: 15.8%

Cotton: 15.5%

Kasich: 10.6%
Undecided: 15.2%

 

Nevada:

Haley: 21.5%

Scott: 21.3%

Cotton: 20.7%

Trump: 15.3%

Kasich: 3.2%

Undecided: 18%

 

South Carolina:

Scott:35. 7%

Haley: 33.8%

Trump: 5.3%

Cotton: 3.7%

Kasich: 0.3%

Undecided: 21.5%

 

 

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3 minutes ago, tzmb said:

South Carolina:

Scott: 68.7%

Trump: 5.3%

Haley: 3.9%

Cotton: 3.7%

Kasich: 0.3%

Undecided: 18.1

McScuze me huh?

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1.AOC holds rally in Iowa focusing on minimum wage increases

2.AOC releases ad focusing on her time as bartender and position of working class in America

3.AOC barnstorms in Nevada.

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Cotton swings through Iowa arguing for the need of defending the 2A 

Cotton releases a TV ad targeting the abortion industry. 

Cotton holds a town hall in New Hampshire answering question why his economical plan is the best.

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Kasich holds rallies across New Hampshire over the week.

Kasich tours rural New Hampshire.

Kasich launches TV ads across New Hampshire.

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