This is the default map background. You can paste this into a layer in an image when creating a new map.
Alright, all you cool cats! Welcome to this thing of ours, where wrecking the White House gets you votes! It’s a universe where extremes are the norm, and the political scene is a free-for-all! Whether you be a liberal, conservative, fascist or communist, whether you be a billionaire or you hail from the planet Pluto, even if you’re a puppet – silliness and novelty is invited!
Based on a scenario by Treasurer of the PC.
This map is the official map for Ontario 2018, based on the 2013 redistricting but should be good as a basis for historical campaigns as well.
Here is the bitmap version.
Here is the Photoshop source, which contains separate layers so you can move things around, as well as region labels so you can see what each region is.
Here’s an example of the map in action (colours are not correct for Ontario 2018, included to show the regions).
I have decided to make a port of the 2008 – London Mayoral Election from P4E into PI. The original issues and candidates from Zion’s original scenario have been kept while I made my own map and adjusted polling/turnout to reflect the official result.
Primaries work best when each party has a number of candidates active.
Please remove if this is a copyright strike against an old scenario.
17/04/18 – Update
- Campaign funding updated (General election candidates start with £420k, Primaries £0 – but there is enough time to fundraise)
- Fundraising coefficient is set at 5 (less money raised but still a significant amount)
- Newspaper endorsers open at the start of March (longer time to win the endorser)
- Primaries – Party nominees are more like to win the primary and have more committed supporters.
- Two round features/or workarounds haven’t been implemented yet. I am waiting for two-round to be officially added. At the moment for those wanting a Ken v. Boris only match up, I recommend starting in the general and disabling all other candidates bar Labour and Conservative.
Suggestions are welcome!
Here is the download for the scenario:this is what i changed,I will most likely add Independent,and third party candidates and what if independents next
CA(R): Rocky De La Fuente,Power 1,Why not? this is the only declared republican on the wiki page and he is intresting, he has ran very unsucessful bids for the presidency multiple times,and until we can have non partisan elections this will do. De La Fuente 32%,Feinstein 68%
MN(R): Michelle Bachman,Power 3,This race could be very interesting, Even though I think many people will completely overlook this race but i honestly think Bachman will make it interesting, this is down my list of “dark horse” elections along with Texas. Bachman 48 Smith 52
MI(R): Justin Amash,Power 2, He isn’t even officially declared,but I think he is going to,and will win the nomination, This race will only be even in the same ballfield of “competitive” because Trump won here. Amash 41% Stabenow 59%
HW(R): Linda Lingle,Power 1,Only cause she ran last election,no Republican has even declared, she got 37% last election,though If she would run again id expect a similar defeat. Lingle 30%,Hirano 70%
NY(R): Rick Lazio,Power 2,I think this would be a good candidate to put up against Gillibrand,Though I see him facing an easy defeat,Though note at age 41 he lost to Clinton 55-43 which I’d say is honestly impressive. Lazio 42% Gillibrand 58%
NJ(R): Christ Christie,Power 4,I know,I know this isn’t likely but he never declined running,and is listed as a potential candidate. Even though he’s unpopular,I think he’d be the closest out of all other potential canidates. Christie 46% Merandez 54%
MD(R):Micheal Steele,Power 3,He has a chair on the RNC,and was close in his last senate attempt,could be intresting. Steele 44% Cardin 56%
CT(R):Mathew Corey,Power 1,Meh nothing exciting here,Murphy will dominate.Corey 31% Murphy 69%
RI(R):Robert Flanders,Power 1,Declared candidate,I believe he will be the nominee. Flanders 25% Whitehouse 75%
MA(R):Geoff Deihl,Power 2,Probably isn’t really going to give a challenge to Warren. Deihl 35% Warren 65%
NE(D):Jane Raybould,Power 2,why isn’t this race getting any more talk? I know its a solid R at the moment but Fischer was only polling at 42% in a H2H against Raybould,look for this to be closer than expected. Raybould 46% Fischer 54%
WY(D):Garry Trauner,Power 1,nothing special here easy Republican hold. Trauner 24% Barrasso 76%
WA(R):Dino Rossi,Power 1,No announcment of running but gave a good challenge a few years back, Rossi 39% Cantwell 61%
UT(D):Jenny Wilson,Power 1,Basically the only canidate who is declared and polling in the H2H, Wilson 21% Romney 79%
MAINE(R):Paul Lepage,Power 4,Inc Governor of Maine could give King a real challenge. Lepage 47 King 53
VT(R):John MacGovern,Power 1,No ones beating Bernie. MacGovern 20% Sanders 80%
NM(R):Susana Martinez,Power 4,Incumbent New Mexico Gov, Martinez 49 Heinrich 51
MN(S)(R):Kurt Daudt,Power 3,Good canidate to face Klocabaur ,Daudt 45 Klokabaur 55
Other Changes to 2018 Base Scenario
Rick Scott-Power 3 to 4
Ohio Changed % to Dem 53 Rep 47
Pennsylvania Changed % Dem 53 Rep 47
Tennessee Changed % Rep 56 Dem 44
Texas Changed % Rep 54 Dem 46
Changed Ted Cruz Power From 3 to 4
Changed Virginia % Dem 53 Rep 47
Changed West Virginia % Dem 52 Rep 48
Changed Wisconsin Republican candidate to Kelli Ward power 2
Changed Wisconsin % to Dem 53 Rep 47
V2 Updates:UPDATE!!! Download: Senate – 2018 All Can
MN(2)(S)-Changed Republican Candidate to Karin Housley—Changed % to REP 46% DEM 54%
MS(2) Added to ON Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith Democrat Mike Espy REP 54% DEM 46%
MAI-Republican Changed from Paul Lepage to Eric Brakey KING 57% Brakey 43%
IN-Republican Change to Mike Braun
MI Republican changed to John James
WA changed to republican running NONE
Wisiconsin changed republican to Leah Vukmir REP 45 DEM 55
WV Changed candidate to Patrick Morrisey
New Mexico changed Republican to Mike Rich REP 42 Dem 58
Hawaii Republican changed to Thomas Edward White
New Jersey Republican changed to Bob Hugin REP 42 DEM 58
MN(1) Republican changed to Jim Newberger
I will do a FINAL update after all the primaries thank you everyone for the suggestions:)
This is my first ever scenario! I have made a scenario for the Italian general election which occurred last week. Unfortunately there were a few glitches (E.g if you want to see an overall picture of the election in Italy you have to click on the black spaces between the electoral regions, otherwise for some reason it keeps showing the Piedmont result). Here are some screenshots and the download link. Enjoy!
HI this is my first scenario, try it out and tell me what you think, and if there is anything I should add, tell me.
1820 US Election
*This scenario was greatly updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on July 20, 2017 and on February 21, 2018. Version 3.0 can be downloaded here: United States – 1820Final
Ready for a challenge? The 1820 election was virtually uncontested, as the nation’s relative harmony, and the decline of the Federalist Party, made us virtually a one-party state for a short period of time. As such, James Monroe’s near unanimity was all but guaranteed.
Despite the support for Monroe, voters were really diseffected with Monroe’s presidency and with politics in general. This springs primarily from a lack of competition in the last few election, and no competition in 1820. Although, Monroe’s unwillingness to support modernization was quickly alienating many voters, especially in the North. Additionally, he was disappointed the more conservative voters in the South.
What Really Happened:
As expected, Monroe won every state in a landslide. However, about 20% of the population voted against Monroe, with New York Governor DeWitt Clinton as the leading default candidate. Clinton had previously been a fusion candidate for an alliance between Federalists and Republicans (sometimes called Democratic-Republicans) favoring internal improvements and a national bank. One elector voted for John Quincy Adams, depriving Monroe of a unanimous victory.
This Election includes the following candidates:
- ON Republicans:
- Pres. James Monroe
- OFF Republicans:
- Gen. Andrew Jackson
- Sec. of War John C. Calhoun
- Sec. of the Treasury William H. Crawford
- Rep. John Randolph
- Gen. William Henry Harrison
- VP Daniel Tompkins
- Speaker Henry Clay
- Sec. of State John Quincy Adams
- Fmr VP Aaron Burr
- Fmr Pres. James Madison
- ON Unpledged Federalists
- ON Unpledged Republicans
- OFF Federalists:
- Fmr Rep. Daniel Webster
- Sen. Rufus King
- Chief Justice John Marshall
- Fmr Ch. Justice John Jay
- Fmr Sec. Alexander Hamilton
- Sen. Harrison Gray Otis
- OFF Independent Republican
- Gov. DeWitt Clinton
Feedback is desired.
UPDATED. Feel free to give feedback.
1816 US Election
*This scenario was greatly updated by the Historical Scenario Commission on July 19, 2017 and again on February 8, 2018. Version 3.0 can be downloaded here: United States – 1816Final
Meanwhile, the Federalist Party was rapidly losing support, as its Pro-British tendencies were tantamount to treason. As such, they couldn’t expect to win.
Heading into the election, Madison’s Secretary of War, James Monroe, was heir apparent. However, Northern Republicans tiring of Virginians running the country, drafted Georgian William H. Crawford as an alternate candidate, hoping that he would get Southern and Northern support. Two other potentially strong candidates, Daniel Tompkins and Simon Snyder, withdrew before the nomination caucus.
What Really Happened?
Crawford nearly defeated Monroe for the nomination, despite refusing to exert himself. Crawford neither personally campaigned against Monroe, but he also didn’t prevent supporters from campaigning on his behalf. Monroe later made Crawford his Secretary of State, and Crawford assumed he would be Monroe’s heir in eight years.
Federalist were so disorganized that they failed to hold a convention, but Rufus King, through his own effort, emerged as the candidate of their party.
As could be expected, Monroe won in a landslide. Only Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Delaware voted for King.
Feedback is desired.