US Presidential Election – 1976

The United States 1976 Presidential Election Scenario — 200 Years of History!!!

Download the new 1976 election created by Os Davis and VCCzar: United States – 1976 – 200 Years of History

This is the historic election between Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford. The game includes the historical primary challengers, including Ronald Reagan. Additionally, we have included several what-if candidates, most notably Ted Kennedy, Nelson Rockefeller, George Bush I, George McGovern, Hubert Humphrey, and more.

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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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UK-1992

After thirteen years in office, it looks like Conservative rule in the UK might finally be coming to an end. Having replaced Margaret Thatcher three years previously, the new Prime Minister, John Major, has had to face economic difficulties and divisions within his party as he attempts to keep the Tories in power. Is now the time for Neil Kinnock’s Labour to take back power after over a decade in the wilderness? Or will the Conservatives win an unlikely victory? And can either win an outright majority, so as not to be dependent on Paddy Ashdown’s Lib Dems?

United Kingdom – 1992

United States – 1984

With inflation down, oil prices down and employment up, President Reagan seems unstoppable for a victory in November.

 

Republicans:

  •  Ronald Reagan
  • Harold Stassen
  • Ben Fernandez
  • Gerald Ford[off]
  • Howard Baker[off]
  • John Connaly[off]
  • Bob Dole[off]
  • John Anderson
  • George Bush
  • Ron Paul

Democrats:

  • Walter Mondale
  • John Glenn
  • Gary Hart
  • Jesse Jackson
  • Geraldine Ferraro[off]
  • Jimmy Carter[off]
  • Ted Kennedy[off]
  • Jerry Brown[off]

National Unity[off]:

  • John Anderson[off]

United States – 1984

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United States – 1976

The country is starkly divided and distrustful of Washington after the conclusion of the Vietnam War, the fallout from the Watergate scandal and the pardoning of former President Nixon by President Ford. The Democratic Party is poised to take back the White House for the first time in eight years with a crowded field of candidates, while the Republicans are experiencing an insurgency of conservation due to the emergence of Ronald Reagan. Will President Ford win over the country’s trust and successfully win his first national election, or will another candidate earn the right to guide the nation through this uncertain time?

Republicans:

  • Gerald Ford
  • Ronald Reagan
  • Elliot Richardson
  • Offs:Nelson Rockefeller
  • Spiro Agnew
  • Richard Nixon[if you like running third therm after watergate]
  • George Romney,Hiram Fong,Ed Brooke

Democrats:

  • Jimmy Carter
  • Jerry Brown
  • Mo Udall
  • George Wallace
  • Henry Jackson
  • Frank Church
  • Birch Bayh
  • Milton Shapp
  • Robert Byrd
  • Walter Fauntroy
  • Sargent Shriver
  • Ellen McCormarck
  • Lloyd Bensen
  • Fred Harris
  • Ted Kennedy[off]
  • George McGovern[off]

Indepedent:

  • Eugene McCarthy

United States – 1976

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United Kingdom- 1979

Having taken following the resignation of Harold Wilson in 1976, Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan has had a turbulent first three years in office that has been defined by economic crises and trade union disputes, culminating in ‘The Winter of Discontent’ where a series of strikes brought the country to a stand still. Against this backdrop, the Conservatives, led by staunch monetarist Margaret Thatcher, hope to sweep back to power on the most right wing platform for government in decades. Will Thatcher become the first female head of government in the western world, or will Labour stage an unexpected comeback to cling onto power?

United Kingdom – 1979

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

 

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