2018 Arizona Senatorial

2018 Arizona Senatorial scenario – created using admin’s 2018 Arizona map, and DallasD’s 2016 Senatorial scenario.

Candidates –

  • Kelli Ward (R)
  • Joe Arpaio (R)
  • Martha McSally (R)
  • Kyrsten Sinema (D)
  • Deedra Abboud (D)
  • Doug Marks (L)
  • Eve Reyes-Aguire (G)

This campaign features no events yet – but has realistic campaign finance figures, percentages, and campaign surrogates.

Arizona Senate 2018

 

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

Anarchy in the USA!

Anarchy in the USA! Version 2!

Alright, all you cool cats! Welcome to this thing of ours, where wrecking the White House gets you votes! It’s a universe where extremes are the norm, and the political scene is a free-for-all! Whether you be a liberal, conservative, fascist or communist, whether you be a billionaire or you hail from the planet Pluto, even if you’re a puppet – silliness and novelty is invited!

Version 1

Based on a scenario by Treasurer of the PC.

2008 – London Mayor – beta version

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.

Enjoy

President Infinity 1820 Election

 

1820 US Election

*This scenario was greatly updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on July 20, 2017 and on February 21, 2018. Version 3.0 can be downloaded here: United States – 1820Final

Background: 

Ready for a challenge? The 1820 election was virtually uncontested, as the nation’s relative harmony, and the decline of the Federalist Party, made us virtually a one-party state for a short period of time. As such, James Monroe’s near unanimity was all but guaranteed.

Despite the support for Monroe, voters were really diseffected with Monroe’s presidency and with politics in general. This springs primarily from a lack of competition in the last few election, and no competition in 1820. Although, Monroe’s unwillingness to support modernization was quickly alienating many voters, especially in the North. Additionally, he was disappointed the more conservative voters in the South.

What Really Happened:

As expected, Monroe won every state in a landslide. However, about 20% of the population voted against Monroe, with New York Governor DeWitt Clinton as the leading default candidate. Clinton had previously been a fusion candidate for an alliance between Federalists and Republicans (sometimes called Democratic-Republicans) favoring internal improvements and a national bank. One elector voted for John Quincy Adams, depriving Monroe of a unanimous victory.

This Election includes the following candidates:

  • ON Republicans:
    • Pres. James Monroe
  • OFF Republicans:
    • Gen. Andrew Jackson
    • Sec. of War John C. Calhoun
    • Sec. of the Treasury William H. Crawford
    • Rep. John Randolph
    • Gen. William Henry Harrison
    • VP Daniel Tompkins
    • Speaker Henry Clay
    • Sec. of State John Quincy Adams
    • Fmr VP Aaron Burr
    • Fmr Pres. James Madison
  • ON Unpledged Federalists
  • ON Unpledged Republicans
  • OFF Federalists:
    • Fmr Rep. Daniel Webster
    • Sen. Rufus King
    • Chief Justice John Marshall
    • Fmr Ch. Justice John Jay
    • Fmr Sec. Alexander Hamilton
    • Sen. Harrison Gray Otis
  • OFF Independent Republican
    • Gov. DeWitt Clinton

Feedback is desired.

President Infinity 1816 Election

1816 US Election

*This scenario was greatly updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on July 19, 2017 and again on February 8, 2018. Version 3.0 can be downloaded here: United States – 1816Final

Background:This election follows the end of the War of 1812, a stalemate which was spun as a victory, since Andrew Jackson won the last battle of the war. Pres. James Madison and his administration realized that the Jeffersonian theory of government was at odds with a modernizing world. As such, Madison evolved to support several Federalist programs, such as a high tariff and a national bank.

Meanwhile, the Federalist Party was rapidly losing support, as its Pro-British tendencies were tantamount to treason. As such, they couldn’t expect to win.

Heading into the election, Madison’s Secretary of War, James Monroe, was heir apparent. However, Northern Republicans tiring of Virginians running the country, drafted Georgian William H. Crawford as an alternate candidate, hoping that he would get Southern and Northern support. Two other potentially strong candidates, Daniel Tompkins and Simon Snyder, withdrew before the nomination caucus.

What Really Happened?

Crawford nearly defeated Monroe for the nomination, despite refusing to exert himself. Crawford neither personally campaigned against Monroe, but he also didn’t prevent supporters from campaigning on his behalf. Monroe later made Crawford his Secretary of State, and Crawford assumed he would be Monroe’s heir in eight years.

Federalist were so disorganized that they failed to hold a convention, but Rufus King, through his own effort, emerged as the candidate of their party.

As could be expected, Monroe won in a landslide. Only Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Delaware voted for King.

This election includes the following candidates:
ON Republicans:
Sec. of State James Monroe
Sec. of War William Crawford
Gov. Daniel Tompkins of NY
Gov. Simon Snyder of PA
OFF Republicans
Gen. Andrew Jackson
Speaker Henry Clay of KY
Rep. John Randolph of VA
Gen. William Henry Harrison
Amb. John Quincy Adams
Pres. James Madison
Fmr Pres. Thomas Jefferson
Mayor DeWitt Clinton of NYC
Fmr VP Aaron Burr
ON Federalists
Sen. Rufus King of NY
OFF Federalist Party
Rep. Daniel Webster of NH
Chief Justice John Marshall
Fmr Gov. John Jay
Fmr Rep. Harrison Gray Otis
Fmr Sec. Alexander Hamilton
Rep. Timothy Pickering of MA
ON Pennsylvania Unpledged Federalists
Sec. of War William Crawford w/ Federalist VP

Feedback is desired.

2020 Presidential Election

2020 Presidential Election [VCCzar version]

[This election was updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on Nov 29, 2017. It was updated again on February 4, 2018, and it can be downloaded here: United States – 2020-Feb4th2018

Backstory

It is July 2019, and President Trump’s approval rating has never been above 40% in the average poll.

Donald Trump’s presidency has proven to be as controversial as his 2016 campaign. While his Midwestern base is exceptionally happy, he has alienated many Republicans, mostly with his unique presidential style, but also with his connection to scandalous figures from the Russian probe and some of his policies. Republicans are mostly against impeaching Trump.

Meanwhile, Democrats struggle between reformist establishment figures and populist progressives leading the party, but they have managed to narrowly retake the Senate and the House. As such, impeachment seems likely as more evidence comes in from the Russia probe.

Both parties continue to struggle with making their voters happy, while maintaining the stability and order that the establishment of both parties think is required for American supremacy.

 

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President Infinity 1812 Election

1812 US Election
*This scenario was greatly updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on July 18, 2017 and on February 1, 2018. Version 3.0 can be downloaded here: United States – 1812 Final

Background:This election takes place as the War Hawks in Congress inevitably push James Madison to war against the British.While the nation has a cause for war, the military is not much more prepared than it was during the Revolution. However, militant optimists expect a resounding victory, including the potential annexation of Canada.

This leads to another disagreement. Pro-war Northerners are wishing for Canada to become a new state, while Pro-war Southerners fear that a Canadian state will greatly diminish the influence of the South.Therefore, Southern politicians hope to use Canada only as a bargaining chip in a peace treaty.

Support for the war is minimal in the North, as trade is heavily dependent on British cooperation.After having endured Jefferson’s embargo,and having to deal with a continued embargo with Madison,a war with a European power would certainly wreck their economy.

Overall, Madison’s reelection isn’t guaranteed, as it had been for Jefferson. For two years, Madison was aimless, and ultimately appeared to continue Jefferson’s less popular policies, such as creating his own embargo. Madison also killed the National Bank,which worried some of the major cities.

With Madison’s reelection in question, the opposition felt a chance for victory. However, the Federalists were so disorganized on the National-level following recent defeats, that most of them would accept a moderate Republican, such as DeWitt Clinton, who favors many Federalist policies,such as Federally-funded internal improvement. Some Federalists, like Rufus King, who to build a straight Federalist ticket.

What Really Happened?

The election was fairly close, but Clinton was unable to pick up the crucial state of Pennsylvania, which he needed to win the election. Had Clinton selected a Republican Pennsylvania running mate, rather than a Federalist Pennsylvania running mate, he might have won the election, even if he lost some Federalist support. Surprisingly, Madison won Vermont, despite Northern opposition to the war. Madison had solid support in the South and West.

Madison was able to win reelection despite several military setbacks during the war.

This election includes the following candidates:
ON Republicans:
Pres. James Madison, the incumbent running for reelection.
OFF Republicans 
Sec. of State James Monroe
Sec of War William Crawford
Gov. Daniel Tompkins of NY
Gov. Simon Snyder of PA
Gen. Andrew Jackson
VP George Clinton
Rep. John Randolph
Gen. William Henry Harrison
Amb. John Quincy Adams
Fmr Pres. Thomas Jefferson
Speaker Henry Clay
Gov. Elbridge Gerry of MA
Fmr VP Aaron Burr
ON Independent Fusion:
Mayor DeWitt Clinton of NYC
ON Straight Federalists:
Fmr Amb. Rufus King
OFF Federalist Party (Had the party been more organized):
Fmr Amb. Rufus King
Fmr Amb. Charles Coatesworth Pinckney
Chief Justice John Marshall
Fmr Gov. John Jay
Fmr Rep. Harrison Gray Otis
Fmr Sec. Alexander Hamilton
Fmr Pres. John Adams
Feedback is desired.

My Confederate Series – 1891

My Confederate Series – 1891

In 1885, Minister to the United Kingdom and retired General James Longstreet and former Representative and Mayor of Kansas City Robert Van Horn were elected President and Vice President, respectively. The two Whigs were the first non-Democrats to hold their respective positions, and President Longstreet has been viewed as one of, if not the most, successful Presidents in the country’s young history. Despite this, he hasn’t been as popular as one would expect, though he has tremendously strengthened the Whig Party on a national level and hopes that his Secretary of State, John Mosby, can succeed him. However, the People’s Party (Populist Party) has formed and is expected to take some support away from the Whigs. Can Secretary Mosby succeed President Longstreet as the 2nd Whig President, or will President Longstreet and President Beauregard’s Attorney General, Democrat Augustus Garland, beat out 10+ competitors and win the Presidency? Or will the Populist Commissioner of Agriculture, Leonidas Polk, win the Presidency? Candidates are as follows:

Democrats

  • Attorney General Augustus Garland
  • Former Senator Wade Hampton III
  • Senator Francis Cockrell
  • Senator John Morgan
  • Governor Simon Bolivar Buckner
  • Former Governor Fitzhugh Lee
  • Senator Richard Coke
  • Former Governor Sul Ross
  • Senator Alfred Colquitt
  • Senator Matt Ransom
  • Representative Clifton Breckinridge
  • Former Governor J. Proctor Knott
  • Senator Isham Harris
  • Former Governor Robert Lowry
  • Senator Matthew Butler

What-if?s

  • Former Vice President JLM Curry
  • Former President John B. Gordon

Whigs

  • Secretary of State John Mosby
  • Former Senator William Mahone
  • Ambassador to the United Kingdom and former Mayor of Norfolk William Lamb
  • Judge John Paul
  • Former Representative Curtis Hooks Brogden

What-if?s

  • President James Longstreet
  • Vice President Robert Van Horn

Populists

  • Commissioner of Agriculture Leonidas L. Polk

For a brief electoral history of the CSA, see http://270soft.ipbhost.com/topic/14754-basic-history-of-my-confederate-series/