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United States presidential election, 1984

All right. I just recently bought campaigns forever and I've been doing some research. So I've decided to start on a 1984 US election scenario. I'd like any help possible, - if scenario veterans could give me some tips or if someone could post some issues they think are relevant, that would also be great. Feel free to post about stats as well. Anyone whom helps I'll be sure to add a thanks to.

Republican Party nomination

President Ronald Reagen of California

Former Governor Harold Stassen of Minnesota

RNHA chairman Ben Fernandez of California

Of course I'd make it nearly impossible to beat Reagen considering the historical results.

Ronald Reagan (inc.) - 6,484,987 (98.78%)

Unpledged delegates - 55,458 (0.85%)

Harold Stassen - 12,749 (0.19%)

Democratic Party nomination

Reubin O'D. Askew, former Governor of Florida

Alan M. Cranston, U.S. senator from California

John H. Glenn Jr., U.S. senator from Ohio

Gary W. Hart, U.S. senator from Colorado

Ernest F. "Fritz" Hollings, U.S. senator from South Carolina

The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson of Illinois

George S. McGovern, former U.S. senator from South Dakota and Democratic presidential nominee in 1972

Walter F. Mondale, former U.S. vice president and former U.S. senator from Minnesota

Mondale, Hart & Jackson the most viable candidates.

I'll also be adding Senators as endorsers.

Edit;

I've found a great primary source for wins and the list of how they go. Any delegate sources would be great.

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Just a note, I still am working on this.

okay now to make this better dont make reagan win like all the states. make reagan very very strong, but make mondale capable as winning before you post it on theoryspark i suggest you play as mondale and see if you win or come close.

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