2024 Battle Outside Raging (trump victory in 2020)

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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

Democratic Nominees

  • 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

Republican Nominees

  • 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.

Colombian Presidential Election 2022

Colombia faces a historic moment in 2022. For the first time in history the right wing is not leading in the polls, the left has united behind a coalition called “Historical Pact” and the Center and Center-left has also united in coalition called “Coalition of Hope”. Both are leading in the polls to the 2022 election. The winner of the previous 2018 election was Democratic Center (right wing) but has mainly done things that were not promised and thus there is Democratic Center fatigue. Current president Duque is highly unfavorable and people want change. Before COVID-19 hit, there were riots across the country demanding fair changes to the economic system which is one of the most anti-equality in the world. There will be a minimun of three alliances. The Democratic Center and allies, which represent the establishment and the right and far right. There is a set of candidates from the Democratic Center, Maria del Rosario Guerra Senator from Democratic Center, Paloma Valencia Senator from Democratic Center, Paola Holguin Senator from Democratic Center, 2014 Democratic Center nominee for President Oscar Ivan Zuluaga. Democratic Center allies also have their candidates, Alejandro Char from Radical Change, Dilian Francisca Toro from Party of the U will also participate in the Right wing alliance. Enrique Penalosa, former mayor of Bogota wants to participate too along with Federico Gutierrez. There will also be a primary between the candidates of the Center and Center left called Coalition of Hope. The Coalition of Hope is made by the Green Alliance, Compromise Citizens of Colombia of Sergio Fajardo the 2018 nominee of Coalition Colombia (including Green Alliance), as well as the new party “Dignity” from Senator Jorge Robledo. There are more candidates from this Coalition, former liberal party members Juan Manuel Galan, Juan Fernando Cristo and Former VP Humberto de la Calle. Green Alliance will choose it’s nominee from a set of several polls and then it’s nominee will face Jorge Robledo from Dignity (center left), Sergio Fajardo from Compromise Citizens of Colombia (center/center left), Juan Manuel Galan a former Liberal party senator running as an independent in the intra-party primary and Humberto de la Calle former 2018 Liberal Party nominee for president who will also run as an independent in the intra party primary. The Liberal party officialy will not participate in this alliance. The only party in the alliance who doesn’t have a nominee is the Green Alliance. Which has it’s own set of pre-candidates: Camilo Romero, Ivan Marulanda and Antonio Sanguino. On the side of the left, there is Gustavo Petro from Human Colombia (left wing), he represents the hard left and a populist left, which has had ties with Venezuelan president Hugo Chaves, and has had favorable opinions of Cuba and Venezuelan regimes. Petro might face Alexander Lopez from Alternative Democratic Pole (Left Wing) and has expressed interest in participating in a primary against left wing figures, but he is the most highly visible and popular figure in the left. Those three alliances will participate in the election as for now. As an independent, and without participating in any alliance or coalition, Rodolfo Hernandez, a successful mayor in Bucaramanga, will go alone to the first round of the presidential election. His party “Liga Anticorruption” will have candidates to congress too.

Template – Michigan

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!

1988 Senate

It’s 1988, and along with a new President, comes a new chance to control the U.S. Senate. In this scenario, you have a popular U.S. President in Ronald Reagan, retiring. He wants to try to wrestle control of the U.S. Senate back to the Republicans for his successor, Vice President George H.W. Bush. The Democrats, who won the Senate in 1986 after losing control of it in 1980, want to hold on and expand their numbers. They also hope to elect Governor Michael S. Dukakis as President. In addition one of their own will be the next Vice President as the junior Senator from Indiana, Dan Quayle, who is prone to gaffes very frequently facing off against the popular Texas senior Senator, Lloyd M. Bentsen.

You can also click here to play the scenario. Please feel free to give feedback. Thank you everyone! 

May the odds ever be in your favor!

Australia – 1987

After a tumultuous second term in office, abandoning most of it’s policies from it’s previous government, can Bob Hawke make history and lead Labor to it’s subsequent 3rd election victory? Or will John Howard and the coalition capitalize on the disillusion of labor’s heartland and form Government? (all whilst avoiding the disastrous Joh for Canberra campaign)

Playable characters include:

Bob Hawke (Labor)

John Howard (Liberal)

Ian Sinclair (National)

Sir Joh Bjielke-Peterson

Janine Haines (Democrats)

and more.

Download the campaign here

http://campaigns.270soft.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Australia-1987-Final-update-3.zip

This is my first published campaign so feedback is more than welcome.

New Mexico – US House – 2018 (Single State Series)

I have yet again returned, my friends and loyal subjects! I have brought with me gifts, and tidings of great joy!

In this installment of Single State Series…New Mexico, in the recent 2018 Congressional Election!

What’s New

-Smaller Targetable Area: With only 3 congressional districts, it shouldn’t be hard to attempt a sweep from either side. However, be forwarned: Like IA-02 and IA-04, all of New Mexico’s House seats are considered Safe (either way) at the beginning of the scenario. HOWEVER, in my testing, I did somehow flip a district which was D+9% by the time of the Election, so I have no idea.

-Smaller Amounts of Money!!: I finally figured how to make you start off with a smaller amount of money! I shrunk allowances for all main parties to 25k and thus you start with only 50k. Background fundraising at the max is about 30k per turn if you refuse to use any CPs. But if you do try to spam TV ads, keep them below 20k per budget-it’ll drain you fast if you’re not careful.

-New Map!: Of course, why else even download it?!

Future Plans

In the coming future I want to get out both Nebraska, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and other small states from either 2016 or 2018-whichever comes easiest.

If you have issues or suggestions, please leave them in the Comments, and let me know how your playthrough went!

2024 Presidential Election

UPDATE: File uploaded! Enjoy!

I worked on this a few months ago and glad to be able to share with all of you. I have included the following candidates to this scenario:

Republicans:

President Donald Trump (scenario where he loses in 2020), Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, Jr., Vice President Mike Pence, Senator Ted Cruz, Governor John Kasich, Senator Marco Rubio, Governor Larry Hogan, Senator Rand Paul, Ambassador Nikki Haley, Governor Jeb Bush, Senator Jeff Flake, Senator Ben Sasse, Senator Tom Cotton, Senator Mitt Romney, Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Senator Josh Hawley, Governor Chris Christie, Governor Charlie Baker, Senator Rick Scott, Governor Ron DeSantis, Congressman Matt Gaetz, Secretary Mike Pompeo, Governor Greg Abbott, Senator Tim Scott, and Governor Mike DeWine

Democrats:

President Joe Biden (scenario where he wins in 2020), Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Andrew Yang, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Vice President Kamala Harris, Congressman Beto O’Rourke, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senator Cory Booker, Governor Terry McAuliffe, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Congressman/Senator Joseph P. Kennedy III, Governor Gavin Newsom, Senator Sherrod Brown, Governor Martin O’Malley, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Secretary Julian Castro, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Governor Jay Inslee, Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Governor/Senator Steve Bullock, State Rep. Stacey Abrams, Mayor Andrew Gillum, State Sen. Nina Turner, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Governor Andy Beshear