2010 – Alabama Gubernatorial Election

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

Pennsylvania 2018 Gubernatorial election BETA

This is a beta the to do list is:

-Regional Bonuses

-Third Parties

-Primaries (When popular vote for primaries comes out)

Candidates include right now are:

Democrats:

-Gov. Tom Wolf(I)-on(x)

-Mayor John Fetterman-off

-Lt.Gov Mike Stack-off

-Fmr.Gov Ed Rendell-off(x)

-Sen. Bob Casey-off(x)

-Joe Sestak-off

-Rep. Allyson Swartz-off

-Kathleen McGinty-off

-Dan Onorato-off

-Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney

-Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto

-Rep. Connor Lamb

-State Senate Minority Leader Jay Costa-off

-State House Minority Leader Frank Dermody-off

Republicans:

-State Sen. Scott Wagner-On(x)

-Paul Mango-on(x)

-Laura Ellsworth-on(x)

-Fmr. Sen Rick Santorum-off(x)

-Lynn Swann-off(x)

-Sen. Pat Toomey-off

-Fmr. Gov Tom Corbett-off(x)

Fmr. Gov Tom Ridge-off

Rep. Lou Barletta-off

State Rep. Jim Christina-off

State Senate Maj. Leader Jake Corman-off

State House Maj. Leader Dave Reed-off

State Rep. Rick Saccone-off

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Also includes endorsements,up to date populations,and county by county views.

@anthony I’d like to make this an official campaign when you come out with the pv.

and also I will be doing a 2018 PA Senate campaign.

Download:Pa Governor 2018 V1.1B

2018 NY Gubernatorial

2018 NY Gubernatorial Election created using NYrepublican’s 2010 election.

05/20/18 Update – All candidates now have proper Lieutenant Governor running mates!

Candidates include –

  • Marcus Molinaro (R)
  • Marcus Molinaro (Conservative)
  • Andrew Cuomo (D)
  • Andrew Cuomo (Women’s Equality)
  • Larry Sharpe (L)
  • Howie Hawkins (G)
  • Cynthia Nixon (WFP)
  • Joseph Holland (Reform)
  • Joel Giambra (Reform)

2018 NY Gubernatorial

UPDATED – New Jersey gubernatorial 2017

Based off of “servo75” original New Jersey gubernatorial campaign, full credit for original goes to him!

New Features:

  • Added partners for all candidates
  • Updated every candidate picture
  • Added running official running mates for Murphy, Guadagno, Rorhman, Genovese, Ross, and Kaper-Dale
  • Added in official primary debates
  • Added events: Government shutdown begins, Christie on beach he closed, Government shutdown ends, Murphy’s comment rebuked
  • Added real polling data
  • Updated vote count for each county for both parties
  • Added Planned Parenthood as an endorser, leaning Democratic
  • Every county leans one way because of how they preformed in every gubernatorial election since 1997

Democratic Primaries:

  • Phil Murphy, former Ambassador to Germany
  • Raymond Lesniak, state senator
  • Jim Johnson, former Under Secretary of Treasury for Enforcement
  • John Wisniewski, state assemblyman
  • William Brennan, activist and former fire fighter
  • Mark Zinna, Tenafly Borough Council President

Republican Primaries:

  • Kim Guadagno, incumbent Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey
  • Jack Ciattarelli, state assemblyman
  • Steve Rogers, Nutley Commissioner of Public Affairs
  • Hirsh Singh, aerospace engineer and businessman
  • Josephy Rudy Rullo, businessman
  • Dana Wefer, Chairwoman of the Hoboken Housing Authority

Libertarian nominee: Peter Rorhman

Reduce Property Taxes nominee: Gina Genovese

We the People nominee: Vincent Ross

Green Party nominee: Seth Kaper-Dale

Constitution Party nominee: Matthew Riccardi

New Jersey Governor 2017

 

1637 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Election

1637 Massachusetts Gubernatorial Election [Version 2.0]!!!

Download here: massachusetts-gubernatorial-1637 v.2

Version 2.0 is now released, which includes many events to add flavor to the campaign.

This election covers the 1637 Massachusetts election for governor, following the crucial events for that colony starting in July 1636. Major events include Anne Hutchinson’s Antinomian Controversy, the Pequot War, colonial expansion, the founding of Harvard, and much more.

Along with dozens of events, the scenario includes endorsers for every town. Endorsers include politicians, ministers and leading citizens in the town. I have listed many famous descendants of these endorsers in their descriptions.

Candidates

  • John Winthrop, the sitting deputy governor and former governor. Generally considered the leader of the Massachusetts Bay Colony by historians. In 1636, he find himself slightly out of favor, playing second-fiddle to a young nobleman recently from the home country.
  • Sir Henry Vane, the incumbent governor has shown his youth and inexperience while in office. Citizens are finding him to be all-too-liberal for this Puritan “utopia.”
  • Thomas Dudley, generally the second most important man in the colony, behind Winthrop. He has consistently been the political rival of Winthrop, but his popularity is at an all-time-low.
  • John Endicott, currently in disfavor for being too radical, even for Puritans. Endicott arrived in Massachusetts before Winthrop, Dudley and Vane, but has been unable to keep a grip on power, except in his home town of Salem.
  • Several what-if candidates are included such as future governors and other major figures, such as Simon Bradstreet, John Leverett, John Winthrop the Younger, Simon Willard and others.
  • I include a Simulation Party for anyone wishing to watch an election.