2015 Kentucky Gubernatorial Election – A Time of Change

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Version 1.0.8

Switched money coefficient to 10

Version 1.0.7

Finished the Endorsers

Edited the Interviewers a little

Added some events

Added Ashley Judd (percentages need to be set still)

Version 1.0.6

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added all of the members of the state house as endorsers

Changed Curtis’ color to grey

Version 1.0.5

Kentucky Governor – 2015

75% of the state house has been added as endorsers

Version 1.0.4

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Half of the state house members have been added as endorsers

Version 1.0.3

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added a few endorsers

Fixed primary turnout issue

Fixed issue with conventions

Version 1.0.2

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added Congressional endorsers

Minor updates to leaders and vice leaders

Version 1.0.1

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added Interviewers

Added more events

Updated primary turnout numbers for each county

Changed the scenario picture

Minor changes to candidates and issues

Version 1.0

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Will you complete the Republican revolution in Kentucky or will the Democrats hold onto the governorship?

Republicans

Matt Bevin

James Comer

Hal Heiner

William T. Scott

Robert Lee Rosier

Democrats

Jack Conway

Geoff Young

Independent

Drew Curtis

 

To Do List

What if candidates

More Endorsers

More Interviewers

More Events

Popular Vote (when released)

Fixed Finances

 

Note: Thanks to ConservativeElector2 for finding the map.  Also, anyone can use this scenario as a basis for other Kentucky elections.

7 thoughts on “2015 Kentucky Gubernatorial Election – A Time of Change

  1. How do you fix the fundraising? I feel like the candidates raise too much money then what is needed. Other than that the scenario is golden

  2. I’m trying to figure it out and fix it. I agree that it is too high. I might experiment with changing the money coefficient to see if that addresses the problem.

  3. I just fixed my 1824 scenario, so I’ll be able to work on the Kentucky one now. I have a paper due Monday, so I have to work on that first. But, once I’m done with that, I’ll have the rest of today and tomorrow to test some adjustments.

  4. I’ve made some progress with the off-and-on time that I have had to work on things not school related, but it still isn’t to what I want it to be.

  5. I switched the money coefficient to 10, and I believe that should help. I haven’t had time to test a play through, but feel free to give any insight if you have suggestions if you think that the game play is off after a play through.

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