United States – 2020 (1.7.6)
After winning the 2016 in an upset, Trump faces some challenges from within the party and from outside of the party. The Democratic side is wide open after they experienced large gains in Governorships and were able to keep the Senate at 52-48 in the 2018 midterms.
- Gov. Joseph P. Kennedy -> Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy
- The Governor of Massachusetts in the scenario now is Gov. Jay Gonzalez
- Made a few more changes to attributes and %’s.
- Fixed bug in the Vice Leader ID for Duckworth allowing a Duckworth running mate and an additional Duckworth surrogate.
- Added Endorser Charlie Sykes- Conservative Radio host from Wisconsin
- Added Oprah Winfrey as a Democratic candidate
- Fixes changes color, starting funds, attributes & %’s for Sen. Joni Ernst.
- Alabama Junior Senator is now Luther Strange
- Illinois Governor is now Christopher Kennedy
- Res Tillerson is still an endorser but I have removed his surrogate. If he is a sitting SOS he would be unable to hit the campaign trail for partisan purposes.
- Gave Al Franken a bit of a boost in the Democratic primary. His profile has risen over the first month of the DJT presidency and he already does have decent name recognition for a junior Senator of a medium size state.
- This update fixes the endorser error
- Big thank you to Anthony on this one
- Sen. David Vitter -> Sen. John Neely Kennedy
- This version adds a newspaper of record as an endorser for every state that didn’t already have one in the game (Iowa and New York). This adds a total of 48 new endorsers.
- President Donald Trump
- Senator Ted Cruz
- Governor John Kasich
- Senator Rand Paul
- Senator Joni Ernst
- Senator Tom Cotton
- Senator Ben Sasse
- Actor Dwayne Johnson
- Most of the remaining 2016 candidates and potential candidates are still there but turned off
- Senator Kamala Harris
- Senator Amy Klobuchar
- Secretary Julian Castro
- Governor Joseph P. Kennedy
- Senator Cory Booker
- Senator Martin Heinrich
- Governor Steve Bullock
- Senator Chris Murphy
- Representative Tulsi Gabbard
- Fmr. Secretary Jason Kander
- Senator Al Franken
- Miss Oprah Winfrey
- As with the GOP, I left in all of the (well almost all of) the 2016 candidates and potential candidates as “off”
- Adam Kokesh
- As with Dem & GOP, I left in all of the 2016 candidates and potential candidates as “off”
- Winona LaDuke
- Jill Stein (off)
Hello players! Sorry for the wait, I’m back!!! This time, with a hell of a lot more! I’ve added numerous events, candidates, and VP candidates! Expect the next update in around a week, mostly issues and events based, with numerous VPs!!! Please try this scenario, I love feedback!!!
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United States – 2020 (Trump)
Several new events, more realistic polling, etc.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D)
Gov. Steve Bullock (D)
Fmr. Gov Lincoln Chafee (D)
Fmr. MO SoS Jason Kander (D)
Mr. Mark Zuckerberg (D)
Mr. Larry Lessig (D)
Gov. Gavin Newsom (D)
Gov. Chris Sununu (R)
California Governor – 2018
The last time California had an open election for the Governorship, it became the most expensive statewide election in US history. With both the governor and senate seat up in 2010, the republicans were on the verge of actually winning some statewide seats. 8 years later after Jerry Brown 2.0, California still faces many problems that the growing electorate seems eager to simply find anyone who can make the state better. While California is difficult for a republican to win, a new crop of California GOP faces (something CA Republicans have not had in over a decade) look poised to put it back into play. But with democrats already having a full bench of experienced and top shelf names such as Gavin Newsom, Antonio Villaraigosa and others running, can the republicans win the Governorship?
Notes — Many candidates have already declared their candidacy (mainly on the democratic side) and others are speculating a run and have been included regardless. Those already declared are on by default, those likely to run are also on by default, those genuinely on the fence are turned off for the time being, but feel free to use them. As time passes and the race develops I can continue to update if there is enough interest. Also I can do remakes of the 2010 versions of the CA Governor and Senate races if there is interest. This is my first so any and all feedback is appreciated.
This is tied into the UAE Presidential Election 2020
With the Presidential election underway the major two parties are seeing a pick-up in support, but the minor third parties are seeing a weakened Republican party in the South. With the Tea Party fielding their own senate candidates the Senate races in the south are expected to get interesting. Who will come out on top?
American History – Senate 2020
[Download version 1.0 here: United States – 1964]
1.0 release includes everything except for the events. Later releases will clear up any typos, errors, or anything else I overlooked.
For the Democrats, LBJ is the clear frontrunner, but faces a challenge from George Wallace, a conservative Southern Democrat. Additionally, a few favorite son candidates hope to hold their state’s delegates. What-ifs include John F. Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey, and Eugene McCarthy. Robert F. Kennedy is a VP option.
For the Republicans, the party sees two stronger challengers for the office: Conservative Barry Goldwater and moderate Nelson Rockefeller. Several other Republicans have an outside chance at taking the nomination from these two. What-if candidates include Richard Nixon.
Comments will be helpful in improving this scenario.
Maryland Senate- 2016
With Senator Barbara Mikulski retiring, a crowded field of Democrats and Republicans has entered, who will win?
Hi i will post brazil 2018 scenario, i update after great changes,and add partys
this election have much partys but only few low of candidates without involvement of corruption
The United States 1960 Election
Version 1.0 [download here: united-states-1960 ]
This campaign is as complete as the 1788-1956 scenarios, which means it will be update with further improvements, most specifically events, in the future. There are likely small errors that I missed in this inaugural version.
This election follows the relatively peaceful and prosperous presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower, viewed by some as a rare progressive conservative.
Pres. Eisenhower reluctantly supports his VP, Richard Nixon, for his party’s nomination. However, the conservative Nixon has a challenger from the liberal Republican, Nelson Rockefeller, who give his wing of the party his name. Several minor candidates and a few what-if candidates are included.
The Democrats hope to take back the White House with four major candidates: Catholic Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy, the New Deal-ing Texan Lyndon B. Johnson, two-time nominee Adlai Stevenson, and the liberal nominee Hubert Humphrey. Several minor candidates and a few what-if candidates are included.
A 3rd party of unpledged Democrats is included in the game.
Please report any inaccuracies, errors, and constructive criticism. Thanks.
In 2022, frontrunner and Tea Partier Ted Cruz won the Presidency. However, shortly after reaching the pinnacle of his political career, Texas’s economy plundered, and so did his approval ratings. Only 18 months into his Presidency, the unemployment rate has skyrocketed to 15% and Cruz has Texas on the brink of war with the United States, resulting in a very poor approval rating hovering around 25%. Because of this, many Tea Partiers have disavowed President Cruz and most members have ditched the party for the Republicans. Even his Vice President, Ken Paxton, is considering a run against him. The candidates are as follows:
- President Ted Cruz
- Vice President Ken Paxton (undecided)
- Territorial Senator Debra Medina
- Governor and former Vice President John Ratcliffe
- Governor Scott Turner
- Mr. Salem Abraham
- Territorial Senator Blake Farenthold (former Tea Party candidate)
- Secretary of Agriculture Sid Miller
- Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Wallace B. Jefferson
- Territorial Senator Pete Olson
- Governor Four Price
- former U.S. Representative Will Hurd
- former Texas State Representative and Speaker Joe Straus
- Governor Glenn Hegar
- Territorial Senator Jeff Leach
- Territorial Senator Jason Villalba
- former Governor Mike Rawlings
- Senator Joaquin Castro
- former Mayor of Houston Annise Parker
- Governor Mary Gonzalez
- Territorial Senator Borris Miles
- Mr. Alex Mendoza
- former Governor Ivy Taylor (former Progressive Party candidate)
- Territorial Senator Filemon Vela Jr.
- former U.S. Representative Pete Gallego
- Mr. Ross Perot Jr.
- Mr. Chris Keniston (off) (Perot’s running mate in 2022 and presumed running mate in 2026)
Texas Independent Party
- Petty Officer Marcus Luttrell
- Mayor John Ramsey
- Mr. Rodney Caston
- Mrs. Kat Swift (former Progressive Party candidate)
Note: This is my final Republic of Texas scenario. My idea is that Joaquin Castro wins this election and, shortly thereafter, negotiates the annexation of Texas back into the United States.