US Election 1980: The Comeback (A.H, Ford Wins 1976)

This is an alternate-history campaign.

President Gerald Ford was narrowly elected in 1976, and since then has been President during an economic stagnation. Can the Republicans hold on, and if they do, will it be at the cost of Reagan becoming the nominee? The Democrats have finally secured Teddy Kennedy for the nomination, but can Kennedy do it? You decide.

Democratic Nominees:

Senator Ted Kennedy

Former Govenor George Wallace

Govenor Jerry Brown

Govenor Hugh Carey

Senator Gary Hart

Senator Adlai Stevenson III

Senator William Proxmire

Republican Nominees:

Former Governor. Ronald Reagan

Vice President Bob Dole

Former Representative George Bush

Former Govenor John Connally

Representative John Anderson

Ambassador Ben Fernadez

General Election:

Democratic Primary:

Republican Primary:

2009 – Germany (Popular Vote only)

Germany has had a bumpy ride through the world economic crisis, but citizens are mostly satisfied with Chancellor Merkel’s handling of the crisis. Yet the Grand Coalition of CDU/CSU and SPD is unwilling to continue. Parties are searching for controversial issues to fight it out. Merkel seeks to keep power with a new partner. But with an established five-party system, coalition prospects are unsafe at any time. Will the campaign end in a grand surprise?

This scenario is the 2009 Chancellor Forever campaign remade for the infinity engine. Although the hybrid electoral system is not implemented in the engine, I have updated the scenario so we have a playable base campaign with is easily amendable should the Hare-Niemayer system come to the infinity engines.

US Election 2008: Crossroad Of Crisis (A.H, Kerry Wins 04)

This is an alternate-history campaign, where President John Kerry faces re-election.

Background: John Kerry narrowly won the Presidency in 2004, despite not winning the popular vote, due to a surprise, and narrow victory in Ohio. John Kerry’s presidency starts with relatively high hopes, due to him promising a peace deal in Iraq, by 2006. Kerry’s presidency quickly falls into disaster, and he proves to be the most unpopular president since Jimmy Carter. The Republican Party is home to an close primary due to the high likelihood of a Republican victory in 2008, and Ralph Nader is once again back, this time trying to rely on the populism of 2008, to propel his left-wing campaign.

Can Kerry and Edwards avoid the fate of Carter and Mondale, and win re-election?

Democratic Nominees:

John Kerry

Al Sharpton

Republican Nominees:

Mike Huckabee

Rudy Giuliani

Jeb Bush

Mitt Romney

George Pataki

Ron Paul

Herman Cain

General Election Screenshot:

Democratic Primary Screenshot:

Republican Primary Screenshot:

2024 Battle Outside Raging 4.0 (Trump victory in 2020)

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 John Fetterman? 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

Gavin Newsom

Joe Kennedy

Cory Booker

Mike Bloomberg

Amy Klobuchar

John Fetterman

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)

General Election Screenshot:

Democratic Primary Screenshot:

Republican Primary Screenshot:

Saskatchewan – 1944

With Canada in the midst of World War II, the Liberals extended their term to six years to provide ‘stability’. However, an economy that never recovered from the Depression and poor farming conditions have swung voters towards a young minister with bold new ideas. Can Tommy Douglas take the CCF into power and into history as the first socialist government in North America?

Original scenario by SaskGuy.

UPDATE: A wonk edition with updated map (with more regions), endorsers and some corrections was added.

1986 – Alberta

Premier Don Getty seeks his first mandate from Alberta voters. The New Democrats under Ray Martin have steadily risen in the polls due to Getty’s unpopularity. Anything less than Lougheed’s massive majority will be seen as a failure for Getty. Faced with high unemployment and low oil prices, can Don Getty maintain Lougheed’s string of massive majorities?

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.