2016 – United States presidential election in New Hampshire – Alpha version

The State of New Hampshire provided one of the closest races in the 2016 election with Hillary Clinton narrowly defeating Donald Trump. The results in Pennsylvania and Michigan meant that New Hampshire wasn’t as pivotal as it could have been.

Here you have an opportunity to battle 2016 out in New Hampshire (Primaries will likely be added in an updated version as I need to see whether only having 10 counties will cause issues with the primaries. I will add more local endorsers etc.)

2016 – United States presidential election in New Hampshire (Alpha version)

1968 US Presidential Election (VCCzar version)

1968 US Presidential Election (VCCzar version)

This election is an expanded/updated version of the 1968 election that comes with the game. The Historical Scenario Commission created it on October 15, 2017. It can be downloaded here: United States – 1968 – v. 1.0

The scenario includes the actual candidates for this historic election, as well as what-if candidates.

1988 Version 1

The 1988 campaign featured an open contest on both the Republican and Democratic sides, as Republican Pres. Ronald Reagan was entering the last year of his second term. Numerous contenders on the Democratic side entered the race. Commentators referred derisively to them as “The Seven Dwarfs.” They included former Arizona Gov. Bruce Babbitt, Delaware Sen. Joe Biden, Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis, Missouri Rep. Richard Gephardt, Tennessee Sen. Al Gore, civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, and Illinois Sen. Paul Simon. Three candidates who were somewhat more inspiring had decided not to run: former senator Gary Hart of Colorado, who dropped out because of a sex scandal, reentered the race and then dropped out for good; Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy; and New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, who simply declined to run. The Republicans, seeking a candidate who could match the stature and electability of Reagan, were similarly at a loss. The nominal front-runner, George Bush, suffered from a reputation as a “wimp” who in 22 years of public life—as a former representative, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and, for more than seven years, Reagan’s vice president—had failed to distinguish himself as anything more than a docile instrument of someone else’s policy. There were three interesting Republican alternatives: Bob Dole of Kansas, the Senate minority leader, who was respected for his wit and intelligence though considered by some to be overly acerbic; former New York representative Jack Kemp, revered among many conservatives as Reagan’s true ideological heir; and the Rev. Pat Robertson, a popular televangelist. None of the three, however, made it through the primary season. With the Reagan era drawing to a close, the wide open race has top names both sides of the political spectrum running for the top job. Liberal and Conservative Reverends, Hawks and Doves in both parties, which way will America turn?

Please feel free to give feedback.

 

United States – 1988

My Confederate Series – 1873

My Confederate Series – 1873

In 1867, General Robert E. Lee was elected President of the Confederate States. He chose to keep many members of the Davis administration, with Vice President Alexander Stephens being reelected and Secretary of War John C. Breckinridge being appointed Secretary of State. But on October 12, 1870, President Lee died from the effects of pneumonia shortly after suffering a stroke, elevating Stephens to the Presidency. President Stephens has chosen not to run for the Presidency in his own right, leaving Secretary Breckinridge as the front-runner to become the next President as the country’s economy seems to be taking a dive.  Candidates are as follows:

Democrats

  • Sec. of State John C. Breckinridge
  • Sec. of the Treasury Robert M.T. Hunter
  • Spkr. Thomas Bocock
  • Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest
  • Sen. Robert W. Johnson
  • Sen. Augustus Maxwell
  • Pres. Alexander Stephens (what-if?)

Whigs

  • Fmr. Gov. Joe Brown
  • Sen. James W. Flanagan
  • Fmr. Sen. Joshua Hill
  • Rep. George Washington Logan

 

1995 Quebec Sovereignty Referendum

For Prime Minister Infinity British

“Do you agree that Quebec should become sovereign after having made a formal offer to Canada for a new economic and political partnership within the scope of the bill respecting the future of Quebec and of the agreement signed on June 12, 1995?” 15 years after the first sovereignty referendum failed the sovereigntists have tried again and so far haven’t done very well but now Lucien Bouchard takes over their campaign.

1995 Quebec Sovereignty Referendum

1988 Presidential Election

Since  hasn`t made it yet I have decided to make the 1988 Presidential election.

Background:

 

After one of the largest wins by President Reagan in presidential election history,can his VP George HW. Bush capitalize on a strong economy and liked president.

George HW bush isn’t the only republican running and will face challengers.

Official Candidates Republicans(on/off):

-VP George HW. Bush (on)

-Sen. min. lead. Bob Dole (on)

-Televangelist Pat Robertson (on)

-NY Rep. Jack Kemp (on)

-Fmr. MN Gov Harold E. Stassen (on)

What if? Republicans (all off)

-Pres. Ronald Reagan

-Fmr. VP Gerald Ford

-TX Rep Ron Paul

-Businessman Donald Trump

Official Candidates Democrats (on/off)

-MAS Gov Micheal Dukkakis (on)

-Rev Jesse Jackson (on)

-TN Sen Al Gore (on)

-Fmr CO Sen Gary Hart (on)

-Activist Lyndon Larouche (on)

-Fmr. LA Rep. David Duke (on)

 

What if? Democrats (all off)

-ARK Gov Bill Clinton

-MAS Sen Ted Kennedy

-GA Jimmy Carter

-CA Gov Jerry Brown

Libertarian(on)

-TX Rep Ron Paul

-SD Russell Means

New Alliance (on)

-Mrs.Lenora Fulani

Populist (on)

-Fmr. LA Rep. David Duke (on)

Independent(off)

-Businessman Donald Trump

 

United States – 1988