Alaska Senate 2020

Hey there,

Made this mockup of the Alaska Senate race for 2020, with regions being Borough/Census Areas.

Candidates:

Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-inc), Dr. Al Gross (I/D), John Howe (AIP), Jed Whittaker (Green)

Other alternate candidates off by default include:

Mayor Edgar Blatchford (D),Sen. Mike Gravel (D)

Very elastic electorate and lots of third party voting so this makes for a very fun scenario! Enjoy!

Arkansas Senate – 2010

Welp, here we are again. This time we get to see how badly Blanche gets to lose in the 2010 election. Or maybe not? You decide!

Candidates

Democrats

  • Incumbent Sen. Blanche Lincoln
  • Fmr. Lt. Gov. Bill Halter

Republicans

  • Rep. John Boozman

Others

  • Libertarian turned Independent military veteran Trevor Drown
  • Green Party Mayor of Greenland John Gray
  • Write-in candidates(observer but on the ballot.)

2024 Presidential Election, “Battle Outside Raging”

I’ve been working on this mod since early June, Its not done, but has enough flavor in it to play. Joe Biden lost election to Trump, and Democratic Party is bleeding and falling apart, Bernie Sanders retires from politics 2022, after heart-attack and The Progressive movement is divides even more.

The map of 2020.

Republicans:

Governor Chris Christie, Former Congressman Lou Barletta, Governor Larry Hogan, Secretary Ben Carson, Former Ambassador Nikki Haley, Tucker Carlson, Senator Rand Paul, Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Senator Tom Cotton

Democrats:

Congressman Pete Buttigieg, Senator Joe Kennedy, Senator Kamala Harris, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senator Kristen Gillibrand, Congressman Beto O’Rourke, Congressman Charles Booker, Congressman Joaquin Castro, Senator Micheal Bennet, Former Congresswoman Nina Turner, Howard Shutlz, Congressman Anthony Brindisi.

2024 Presidential Election

UPDATE: I’m having a hard time trying to upload my file, please stay tuned. Thanks!

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, Senator 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

Wisconsin Senate 2022

Hi there everyone, I have finally completed my newest scenario, the 2022 Senate race for Wisconsin.

The candidates are:

Democrats:

Rep. Mark Pocan (WI-02)

Rep. Ron Kind (WI-03)

Republicans:

Rep. Sean Duffy (WI-07)

Rep. Mike Gallagher (WI-08)

It’s doable but difficult to win as a Democrat, this makes sense given the relatively high floor that the GOP has in the state. But try it out, hope you all like it!

The Netherlands – 2017

The second Rutte cabinet, the first government to serve a full term since 2002, was formed after two rivaling and ideologically opposite parties joined each other in a coalition and in the proces got very unpopular in the polls. The election is setting up to be the closest ever with seven parties a serious contender for the win. This election also saw the highest number of participating parties in a general election ever. Will you be able to secure parliamentary seats with one of the newcomers or get a third victory in a row for Rutte’s liberal VVD? Will you be able to make populist Geert Wilder’s PVV the largest party for the first time or make the grand old parties of CDA or PvdA bounce back into power? Will you form the backbone in the next Dutch government? Prove it in this scenario.

Scenario Features include:

  • Dutch political parties: all parties that took part in most of the electoral districts. Parties that ended up taking seats are on default, parties that didn’t are off.
    • VVD: People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (on)
    • PvdA: Labour Party (on)
    • PVV: Party for Freedom (on)
    • SP: Socialist Party (on)
    • CDA: Christian Democratic Appeal (on)
    • D66: Democrats 66 (on)
    • ChristenUnie: Christian Union (on)
    • GroenLinks: GreenLeft (on)
    • SGP: Reformed Political Party (on)
    • PvdD: Party for the Animals (on)
    • 50PLUS (on)
    • Entrepeneurs Party (off)
    • VNL: For the Netherlands (off)
    • DENK (on)
    • New Ways (off)
    • FvD: Forum for Democracy (on)
    • The Civil Movement (off)
    • Free-Minded Party (off)
    • GeenPeil (off)
    • Pirate Party (off)
    • Article 1 (off)
    • Non-Voters (off)
    • Libertarian Party (off)
    • Local Represented (off)
    • JESUS LIVES (off)
  • Dutch political leaders: Most larger parties and some of the smaller ones have multiple possible party leaders. The ones that had leader elections got the runners-up as a choice for leader for that party.
  • Specific Dutch endorsers: From well-known ones like “De Telegraaf”, the largest circulated newspaper, to NGO’s like “Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland” to individuals from journalists like Wierd Duk, tv-personalities like Johan Derksen to activists like Johan Vollenbroek.
  • Issues and party platforms specific for this election like “direct democracy”, “asylum seekers and immigration” and “discrimination laws”
  • Events that had an impact on the elections. From the Geert Wilders court case in December to the Turkish minister visiting Rotterdam in March.
  • Map based on the Dutch “kieskring”-system. These electoral districts are mostly coinciding with provincial borders but some are only a specific city or region. A new party has to apply in each “kieskring” independently and parties have the opportunity to use different electoral lists in each “kieskring”.
  • And much more!