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.

California Gubernatorial 2018

California Governor – 2018

Hey all! Here is a new update on the California Gubernatorial 2018 election I created a while back. All of the features of the new update are listed below. Please continue to leave feedback and such in the comments below, I’ll be sure to reply. Thanks again, and hope you enjoy!

Updates include:

General Updates

  • Updated General Election Polling
  • Ventura … 50 -> 60
  • Santa Barbara … 31 -> 41
  • San Louis Obispo … 22 -> 32
  • Sacramento … 80 -> 90
  • Yolo … 12 -> 17

Democrats

  • Turned off all non-declared candidates (as of 5/10/17)
  • Updated polling (since there are a few real ones out) (as of 5/10/17)
  • Chiang … Issue Familiarity 3 -> 4, Stamina 3 -> 4
  • Villagarosa … Issue Familiarity 2 -> 3
  • Eastin … Issue Familiarity 2 -> 4, Research 1 -> 2
  • Steyer … Turned from “on, official” to “off, undecided”
  • Garcetti … Turned from “on, official” to “off, undecided”
  • Angelides … Turned from “on, official” to “off, undecided”
  • Westley … Turned from “on, official” to “off, undecided”
  • De Leon … Turned from “on, official” to “off, not seeking” (Running for Lt. Governor)
  • Schaaf … Turned from “off, undecided” to “off, not seeking” (running for re-election)

Republicans

  • Turned off all non-declared candidates to “off, undecided” (5/10/17)
  • Updated polling
  • Faulconer … Turned from “on, official” to “on, undecided”, Starting funds $2,500,000 -> $3,000,000
  • Swearengin … Turned from “off, official” to “off, not seeking”
  • Moorlach … Moved down list, Turned from “on, official” to “off, undecided”, Starting funds $250,000 -> $500,000
  • Thiel … Moved down list, Turned from “on, official” to “off, not seeking”
  • Poizner … Turned from “on, official” to “off, undecided”
  • John Cox … ADDED, listed as “on, official”
  • Rosey Grier … ADDED, listed as “on, official”
  • David Hadley … ADDED, listed as “on, official”
  • Allen Ishida … ADDED, listed as “on, official”
  • Tim Donnelly … ADDED, listed as “off, undecided”

My hope is for the next update to have a more refined list of candidates (as they make their intentions known over the course of the summer), plus add endorsers and continue to update polling.

New York 2010 Governor

After the resignation of Eliot Spitzer due to a prostitution scandal,David Paterson has taken over and hasn’t done as well as expected.Will Republicans take back the governor’s seat they lost in 2006,only time will tell.

 

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Feedback is desired.

This campaign will be reviewed soon as the Israel 1996 campaign will also be updated before being re-uploaded.

 

Texas Governor 2014

The Conservative State Continue with Republicans or  Democratic After Ann Richards

Update: Popular vote and minors

Republicans:

Gregg Abbott

Lisa Fritsch

Miriam Martinez

Rick Perry [off]

Ted Cruz [off]

Democrats:

Wendy Davis

Ray Madrigal [off]

Libertarians:

Kathy Glass

Greens:

Brandon Palmer

Kat Swift

 

Texas Gubernatorial 2014

 

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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.