Scenario created by Wiw. I uploaded it with his permission.
This is my fourth 2024 custom campaign, in this campaign, Trump won re-election in 2020, mainly because of not catching COVID and attending 2nd debate.
After nearly 4 years, the primary season has began and a handful of Democrats and Republican candidates line up to try to win their parties nomination. Who will win the Democratic nomination? Will it be a hardcore progressive like Jeff Merkley? A more ‘moderate’ Progressive such as Sherrod Brown, or maybe a moderate’s moderate, with Terry McAuliffe. Its up to you!
Have fun playing!
Leave in the comments if you have any suggestions, I will take them seriously and might add them to the reworked
- Pete Buttigieg
- Kamala Harris
- Sherrod Brown
- Terry McAuliffe
- Jeff Merkley
- Beto O’Rourke
- Andrew Yang
- Gavin Newsom
- Cory Booker
- Mike Bloomberg
- Amy Klobuchar
- Joaquin Castro
- Jon Tester
- Laura Kelly
- Mike Pence
- Ted Cruz
- Ben Carson
- Nikki Haley
- Josh Hawley
- Ron Desantis
- Rand Paul
- Larry Hogan
- Tim Scott
- Tucker Carlson
- Don Trump Jr (alt, not on by default)
A screenshot of the first turn of the general election. Swing States include, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Florida, Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada, Arizona , some of these states will be harder to win then others, such as Ohio, which is generally a hard state to win, along with Texas.
Some election night exit poll videos (KBS, MBC, SBS):
Finally, I have finished revising the previous South Korean election scenario.
There are still a few problems
- Several issue positions (Electoral Reform, Housing, and Welfare) were not included because of my lack of knowledge on some issues, and the fact that it is sometimes hard to find a clear difference between conservatives and liberals in certain issues. Also, among the issues currently I have included, I still have some doubts about the accuracy of the issue positions.
- In general, the issue positions for the candidates are accurate. However, of some issue positions, I could not find a candidates’ view on the topic (especially the relatively unknown candidates). Also, a small number of these positions may be inaccurate.
- I did not exactly add All the endorsers. I could add them in the future, though most of them are like this: 4000 doctors endorse Moon Jae-in, etc. Besides, there are already many endorsers (300 assemblymen, 17 Mayors/Governors, and a several others)
- There may be too many “arrests” in the events section.
- The money is still in dollars, even though it is Won, IRL. However, I retained the dollars due to possible complications. Also, because I couldn’t find their campaign finance data (I just put in their net worth or I just put in a rough guess).
- Some of the candidate portraits could be better, but I’ll let you decide on that.
- There are some minor candidates I did not add (those that did not end up registering, a few that were cut-off in the People’s Party primaries). The reason is that it is difficult to find some of their stances on the issues. Plus, it took a lot of time to update this scenario.
Hello everyone! It is I, your dear ruler, back from isolation where I have been slaving away for things to be made available to you, my loyal plebs!
In my time away I have literally attempted to create a Michigan 2020 Senate scenario for you (and myself) to enjoy. In doing this, I discovered there is one immense problem. Michigan is a state of 83 counties, with 70+ of those being normally very conservative. Going through and 1) naming, 2) targeting, 3) inserting a) voters, b) population, and c) voter registered, 4) region IDs, and 5) county flags alone takes almost an entire day. One problem most scenario creators find is that it’s nigh impossible to stay dedicated to such work over an extended period of time (I can’t imagine the slog that must be doing a state like Texas, with over 200 counties.
I do not know yet if anyone has made a Michigan scenario, I do not believe so. So in this case I decided to make a template.
This has everything already set out for you-voters, reg. voters, population, region names, ids, and flags, region placements, default R-D candidate placeholders, all the basic work is done already. You need to add in everything else-issues you want, candidate’s names and other things, blurbs, issue strength, events, debates, polls, primary info, that sort of stuff. But, all the hard work, the really hard work-is done for you. So please, enjoy!
Note: I am currently creating a Michigan Senatorial 2020 scenario, and so would appreciate it if no one else took up the challenge of making it!
In 2020, Tommy Tuberville (generic Alabama name) defeated incumbent Senator Doug Jones. Will this election play out the same, or can Jones capitalize on anti-Trump sentiment and keep the seat blue for another six years?
- Mr. Tommy Tuberville
- Sen. Luthor Strange
- Rep. Mo Brooks
- Attorney and Sen. Doug Jones
In July 2011, President Obama was shot and killed by a white nationalist terrorist, Biden is promptly inaugurated as President for Obama’s last year of his first term. Biden then goes on to win a landslide victory in 2012, getting up to 395 Electoral votes. The majority of mainstream and establishment Republicans decide not to run leaving Trump able to gain the nomination and go on to lose to Biden, as said above. Biden’s Vice President for his 2012 race was Hillary Clinton, Obama’s formal rival. Biden’s 2012-2016 term marked a period of Democrat dominance, with the peak of dominance being Biden introducing a Public Option to Obama-Care in honor of his former friend and boss, Barack Obama. President Biden had made it a publicly known that he would be running again in 2016, until May 2015, when his eldest son died of cancer, which flipped his plans on its head. Biden feels as if he is not in the right emotional state to run in another election, and announces his decision to not seek a second term in July 2015. causing the Democratic Party primary to heat up greatly, matching the heat of the Republican Party primary.
- VP. Hillary Clinton
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo
- Sen. Cory Booker
- Sen. Bernie Sanders
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren
- Fmr. Mayor. Micheal Bloomberg
- Sen. Al Franken
- Gov. John Hickenlooper
- Mr. Donald Trump
- Gov. Chris Christie
- Fmr. Speaker. Newt Gingrich
- Fmr. Gov. Rick Perry
- Gov. Scott Walker
- Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney
This is my third 2024 custom campaign, but unlike the other two, this one is being worked on after the 2020 election happened, this campaign was made in the direct aftermath of the 2020 election, the base of the scenario, the idea of Trump running again and Biden not running, might prove to be laughable inaccurate, if so, just think of this campaign as a December 2020 time capsule about what the 2024 might look like. This campaign is also full of my own quirks and “charm”, such as the portrait styling.
Have fun playing!
Leave in the comments if you have any suggestions, I will take them seriously and might add them to the reworked V2.
- Vice President. Kamala Harris (Progressive-Moderate faction)
- Governor. Andrew Cuomo (Moderate faction)
- Rep. Nina Turner (Democratic Socialist-Progressive faction)
- Fmr. President. Donald Trump (Trumpist faction)
- Senator. Mitt Romney (Moderate faction)
- Senator. Ben Sasse (Moderate faction
- Fmr. Gov. Chris Christie (Trumpist-Moderate faction)