I have completed a remake of the old 2010 – Alabama Gubernatorial Election scenario from the old P4E2008 game. Polling for candidates who ran are set to the official results. The what ifs from the old scenario keep the P4E2008 polling data which seems to produce a nice blend. For some of the weaker official candidates I tried to find issue specific issue positions but where it wasn’t possible they are defaulted to the old scenario GOP platform.
There are a lot of endorsers so they best function with primaries enabled to avoid a huge momentum surge.
I couldn’t see a name of the original scenario creator but the base scenario was here http://campaigns.270soft.com/2009/05/06/alabama-gubernatorial-2010/
2010 – Alabama Gubernatorial
With the addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I’ve decided to update my 2010 scenario
2010 – Australia
With the addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I’ve decided to update my 2013 scenario
2013 – Australia
Further to my 2016 Presidential Election in New Hampshire scenario, I decided to expand it to New England as a whole because the 10 counties in NH alone were too few to accurately handle the primaries.
This scenario allows you to battle 2016 in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont with state specific endorsers and accurate polling data for the GOP and Dem primaries (1 delegate per vote cast with 0% cut-off).
2016 – United States presidential election in New England (Beta version)
Just a quick map pack for some former Yugoslav republics and cities.
Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, City of Belgrade, City of Ljubljana, City of Skopje, Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
Ex-Yu Map Pack
As taken from Wikipedia: The Republican party’s ticket has carried South Carolina in every election since 1980, and with the exception of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale’s carrying the state in 1976, the Republicans have carried the state since 1964. In the 2012 election, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan defeated Democrats Barack Obama and Joe Biden by a margin of 54% to 44%. The state has not had a Democratic Senator since Ernest Hollings retired in 2005. The state has had a Republican majority in the United States House of Representatives since the so-called “Republican Revolution” of 1994. However, some have suggested that South Carolina may become a battleground state in this election cycle because of Clinton’s lead in the national polling. A poll released on August 10 by Public Policy Polling had Trump leading Clinton by a margin of only 2 points, and an internal poll commissioned for the South Carolina Democratic Party had the race tied. This led Larry Sabato’s political prediction website Sabato’s Crystal Ball to move the rating of the South Carolina contest from “Safe Republican” to “Likely Republican” on August 18.
Here you have an opportunity to battle 2016 out in South Carolina;
Primaries – For the GOP, Dems use the official vote tallies for each county as delegates and turnout with a 0% threshold which provides a popular vote type system. Libertarian and Green (Delegate numbers are 50 per county as I couldn’t find specific data for the Greens/Libertarians in SC.)
Endorsers – The Governor, Sec. State, Senators and Representatives have been added to the default endorsers. (I removed Governors, Senators from other states to reduce overall numbers.) .
Counties – Counties have accurate populations, flags (where I can find them). Issue centres are the default SC positions for those counties that voted the same as the state overall while DEM counties have been allied to the DEM platform.
2016 – United States presidential election in South Carolina
I’ve compiled a file of Florida county flags/seals for people to use in custom scenarios.
For counties where I was unable to find images I have used a Florida map with the respective county highlighted.
Florida county flags
I have decided to make a port of the 2008 – London Mayoral Election from P4E into PI. The original issues and candidates from Zion’s original scenario have been kept while I made my own map and adjusted polling/turnout to reflect the official result.
Primaries work best when each party has a number of candidates active.
Please remove if this is a copyright strike against an old scenario.
2008 – London Mayor (old version)
17/04/18 – Update
2008 – London Mayor (17/04/18 update)
- Campaign funding updated (General election candidates start with £420k, Primaries £0 – but there is enough time to fundraise)
- Fundraising coefficient is set at 5 (less money raised but still a significant amount)
- Newspaper endorsers open at the start of March (longer time to win the endorser)
- Primaries – Party nominees are more like to win the primary and have more committed supporters.
- Two round features/or workarounds haven’t been implemented yet. I am waiting for two-round to be officially added. At the moment for those wanting a Ken v. Boris only match up, I recommend starting in the general and disabling all other candidates bar Labour and Conservative.
1994 saw the Republicans gain control of the House for the first time since 1952. You now have the chance to change history or inflict a worse defeat for the Democrats. This has been built with the issues ported from vcczar’s 1996 Presidential election scenario
- Republican, Democrat and Libertarian candidates, the top performing ‘Independent’ in each seat. Green Party, US Taxpayer’s Party, Right to Life, Natural Law, Peace and Freedom and NY Conservative.
- Official result as starting polls
- Candidate strengths (4 for speaker/chief whip, 3 for incumbents, 2 for main challengers, 1 for other minor challengers)
- Issues ported from vcczar’s 1996 Presidential election scenario
- State Turnout Rates
1994 – House Update (19-04-18)
1994 – House (Old Version)
I have done a quick mod of this scenario to edit the map to have the default background
1964 – United Kingdom – Map mod
There is now a second version which uses the default map and regions
1964 – United Kingdom (Default map)
I’ve done an update to this 1964 scenario adding Hugh Gaitskill (LAB), Rab Butler (CON) and Jeremy Thorpe (LIB).
I had to leave Jeremy Thorpe’s platform to the default Liberal party as I haven’t been able to find definite policy positions for 1964.
1964 – United Kingdom (Default map) v.2
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