As we move into 2020, the Senate is up for grabs with the Republicans hoping to maintain their senate majority, while the Democrats hope to flip seats in Colorado, Arizona, Maine, and North Carolina, without losing any of their senators such as Doug Jones in Alabama.
Candidates are based on who has filed/who I think will win the nomination of their respective parties. Will be updated as primaries occur.
Polling based on previous election results+trends in recent years, and current polling. Will be updated most updates and for balance.
Alberta’s 2015 Provincial Election saw the defeat of the Provincial Conservatives by Rachel Notley’s New Democrat Party.
I’ve remade the Alberta – 2015 scenario created by RI Democrat from the PM4E 2011 engine.
Polling data is the 2015 election results as taken from https://www.elections.ab.ca/ but I’ve added a polling shift to reflect a Mainstreet poll on the 7th April start date which puts the PC, WRP and NDP at a roughly even split (small WRP lead).
Can you win as the NDP and end the political dominance of the PC’s in Alberta or will the PCs retain power? Maybe The Wildrose Party will take the Conservative baton forward?
This is a scenario I made for the 2017 Virginia Governor Race. I decided to use the current Congressional map of Virginia as the boundaries for this scenario, since Virginia has waaaaaay too many counties and independent cities for me to deal with in one sitting (at least for the time being). This is still in the early stages (although most of the necessary features being there), and I plan to add:
While Netanyahu won earlier this year, he couldn’t form a coalition and thus called for another snap election in September as a hail mary in hopes of securing a majority coalition that will help him weather the corruption scandals engulfing his rule. The relatively young Blue and White alliance has rose to prominence last election as a united front of moderates both left and right to oppose Netanyahu and are now ready for round two, who will win in this decisive election?
Another update, some rebalancing, readjusted population numbers to be more accurate
I realized the early mod was quite difficult for smaller candidates from small parties so I edited right now money coefficient so that even if you play Poutou Athaud or even Cheminade you can maybe comes first in the first turn.
It’s already modified in the original scenario below this one.
For those who ALREADY downloaded the game and who do not want to download again you can go to modify your own mod and replace “fundraising” by 300 to 2500 in value, it is in constant and coefficient in your basic start when you edit the mod.
with the first version it’s impossible for a small candidate to collect enough cash, with the last modification you can even win with Cheminade if you work hard ;).
Good game !
Synopsis : After a “chaotic” mandate, there are five major parties that fight for the French Presidency. Can Marine Le Pen break the glass ceiling and be elected? Can Macron, a new political offer with very small experience, win with his new party? Can the right-wing party Les Républicains convince the population that they have now changed since 2012? And who will win the fight-to-finish between the two left-wing parties LFI and the Socialists? Maybe a small candidate can cause a surprise too.
Glasgow Hillhead is one of the few Tory safe seats in Glasgow but this by-election comes at a tumultuous time for the Conservatives and Labour who have both fallen behind the SDP-Liberal Alliance in the polls. The vacant seat attracted the nation’s attention after Roy Jenkins, the de-facto leader of the SDP, decided to try and regain a place in Parliament through Hillhead. Can the Tories hold on to the seat, can the SDP get Jenkins back into Parliament or will Labour come through the middle and get a much needed boost?
Parties and Candidates:
Conservative – Gerry Malone
SDP – Roy Jenkins
Labour – David Wiseman
SNP – George Leslie
The 1982 Glasgow Hillhead By-Election marked former Labour Minister Roy Jenkins’ return to Parliament as de-facto leader of the newly formed SDP. The SDP, a centrist breakaway from the Labour Party, were performing well in the polls and at the time of the by-election, many considered Jenkins to be the Prime Minister in waiting. This changed just weeks later after the Falklands War and the revival of fortunes for the Conservatives. This campaign was an important moment in Scottish politics and in the history of the SDP.
Under Brian Mulroney, the PC party has governed Canada since 1984. A large recession, the fight over the GST, and the collapse of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords destroyed Brian Mulroney’s final term. Kim Campbell has now been selected Prime Minister after Mulroney’s resignation. Now, Kim Campbell hopes to have a clean slate and salvage Progressive Conservative fortunes. But with an economic recession and Mulroney’s unfavorable policies still in voters’ minds, along with the rise of two strong regional parties in the West and Québec, will the new Prime Minister be able to hold off Chrétien’s Liberals?