2017 – AL Senate
In January 2017, President Donald Trump tapped Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions to be the next United States Attorney General. Will the GOP hold on to his seat in this deeply Republican state, or will former District Attorney Doug Jones become the first Democrat to represent Alabama in the Senate in over 20 years?
Candidates include Democrat Doug Jones and Republicans Roy Moore, Luther Strange, and Mo Brooks.
I might add the GOP primary later if this generates enough interest. Let me know what you guys think!
Description: Former presidential contender and incumbent Senator Ted Cruz is running for reelection to a second term. He is opposed by Congressman Beto O’Rourke, who is widely seen as a rising star within the Democratic Party. Will Ted Cruz hold on to his seat, or will the much anticipated “blue wave” pull the young congressman across the finish line?
2018 – TX Senate
Hello! This is my first campaign posted, if you want any updates/improvements, please let me know in the comments, This is in BETA. I know about the lack of characters, please stop and let me do my job, as i just worked on this for pretty much 6 hours straight and thats all, I will update this either day-to-day or week-to-week, so be prepared to check this message again, and sorry about the lack of independents as the real world independents havent chosen their nominee yet, so anyways. This campaign includes:
Chele Farley (R)
Kirsten Gillibrand (D)
Frank Mackay (Independent)
Chelsea Clinton (D)
Chris Gibson (R)
(File may appear as Gubernatorial, as I originally worked on this as a gubernatorial until someone already made it, be aware its the senatorial.) Download Here!
2018 NY Senatorial
In what proved to be the toughest election of his political career Ted Kennedy faced off against young moderate Mitt Romney. In this campaign you can relieve that exciting election. Constructive criticism is welcome
2018 Arizona Senatorial scenario – created using admin’s 2018 Arizona map, and DallasD’s 2016 Senatorial scenario.
- 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
Senate – Minnesota 2014 V.1.3
HI this is my first scenario, try it out and tell me what you think, and if there is anything I should add, tell me.
Maryland Senate- 2016
With Senator Barbara Mikulski retiring, a crowded field of Democrats and Republicans has entered, who will win?
South Dakota – 2004 (Senate)
Hi my friends! 🙂
I’ve created a working South Dakota scenario. After starting it in early February, I was finally able to finish it – thanks to my days off college. 😀
It’s the 2004 election featuring John Thune vs. Tom Daschle. You are free to use it for your own South Dakota elections (Governor, Senate, House,…) – The 2010 House election between Kristi Noem and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin might be interesting. Perhaps I’ll create it later. 🙂
- Senator Tom Daschle (D)
- Congressman John Thune (R)
- Observation Party
- Working County map
- Accurate %s of 2004
- Correct county population
- Potential candidates
Have fun, I look forward to your feedback. 🙂
*Last update: 08/08/2016*
The Arizona U.S Senate seats are normally GOP strongholds, and have been for some time However, with incumbent John McCain’s highest favorability rate and paired with the desire to elect new leadership, things are not looking as bright for the GOP. Who will win the respective primary, and advance to the general election?
- 4 Republican candidates. 3 Democrat candidates. 1 Libertarian candidate.
- 15+ endorsers
- 5+ events
- Realistic poll numbers.
- Realistic on-hand campaign cash figures
- and more!
Arizona Senate- 2016
Hi guys, 🙂
finally it is possible to play a South Dakota scenario. I know there are a lot of things to do (%s, population, what-if’s,…), but hey it is now able to create your own SD scenario (everyone’s allowed to use the map). I hope I can encourage you, to do so! 😀 Cheers!
Any feedback is welcome and desired. Thanks!
South Dakota – 2004 (Senate)
*last update 02/06/2016*