2015 – Newfoundland and Labrador (new map and issues)

The 2015 Newfoundland and Labrador general election is to be held on November 30, 2015 to elect members of the 48th General Assembly of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Progressive Conservative Party which has governed since 2003 election is expected to be defeated by the Liberal Party. Will the opinion polls prove correct or can the PCs win a fourth term in office?

2011 – Newfoundland and Labrador

The 2011 Newfoundland and Labrador general election will take place on October 11, 2011, to elect members of the 47th General Assembly of Newfoundland and Labrador. The Progressive Conservative Party (PC Party) formed a majority government in the 2007 election, with the Liberal Party serving as the Official Opposition and the New Democratic Party (NDP) serving as a third party. Can Kathy Dunderdale win the PCs a third straight majority or will the Liberals or NDP take office in St Johns.

French Legislative Election – 2022


Coming off Macron’s victory in the 2022 presidential election, his alliance, Ensemble, is hopeful of maintaining their parliamentary majority in order to push Macron’s agenda through, but, Ensemble faces strong resistance from Jean-Luc Melenchon’s NUPES alliance, hoping to capitalize on unenthusiastic left wing Macron voters, and Marine Le Pen’s National Rally, hoping to dethrone Ensemble from the far right. With the war in the Ukraine, the fallout of covid, the cost of living crisis and more being on the minds of voters, who will come out on top and become the next Prime Minister of France?
NOTE: France has alot of regions, so expect this scenario to run slower than an average PMI game.

Parties and Candidates:

La République En Marche! (Ensemble) – Richard Ferrand
Democratic Movement (Ensemble) – François Bayrou
Horizons (Ensemble) – Édouard Philippe
The Republicans (UDC) – Christian Jacob
Union of Democrats and Independents (UDC) – Jean-Christophe Lagarde
La France Insoumise (NUPES) – Jean-Luc Mélenchon
Europe Ecology – The Greens (NUPES) – Julien Bayou
Socialist Party (NUPES) – Olivier Faure
French Communist Party (NUPES) – Fabien Roussel
National Rally – Marine Le Pen
Radical Party of the Left – Guillaume Lacroix
Debout la France (UPF) – Nicolas Dupont-Aignan
The Patriots (UPF) – Florian Philippot
Reconquête – Eric Zemmour
Independents

Spanish General Election – 2016


After Spain elected its most fragmented parliament ever in 2015, and the failure of the major parties to negotiate a coalition, a new election was called for in 2016, and with a stagnant economy, regional instability, corruption scandals and Brexit fresh in the mind of voters, it was anyones election to win. The main 2 contenders, as always, were the centre-right PP under Mariano Rajoy and the centre-left PSOE under Pedro Sanchez, but this time, the left wing Unidas Podemos alliance under Pablo Iglesias posed a real threat to the 2 party system, with some even predicting PSOE to fall to third place as the party bickers amongst itself. So, will the two party system survive? Will government deadlock continue? Will regional seperatism continue to make gains around Spain? Most importantly, who will become the new Prime Minister of Spain?
NOTE: Spain uses the D’Hondt system, which does not exist in Prime Minister Infinity, however, it is encouraged that you use one of many available D’Hondt calculators to determine the final result.

Parties and Candidates:

People’s Party – Mariano Rajoy
PSOE – Pedro Sanchez
Unidas Podemos – Pablo Iglesias
Ciudadanos – Albert Rivera
Republican Left of Catalonia – Gabriel Rufian
Democratic Convergence of Catalonia – Francesc Homs
Basque Nationalist Party – Aitor Esteban
Animalist Party – Silvia Barquero
Basque Country Unite – Marian Beitialarrangoitia
Coalicion Canaria – Ana Oramas
Geroa Bai – Daniel Innerarity

2007 – Newfoundland and Labrador

The Progressive Conservatives have have been in power since winning a majority in 2003. Premier David Williams seeks a fresh mandate and a second term of office. Both the Liberals and the NDP have new leaders since the last election, hoping to breath new life into their challenge.

V.3 changes from V.2

1. Change to fundraising as V.1 was too powerful,

2. Surrogates who are former premiers have Fmr. Premier rather than Mr. as their title.

3. Removed RebelMedia as they were not around before 2015.

4. Disabled advertising after Sunday, October 7, 2007 as per campaign regulations.

Credits: For-PMFE-Canada-2008 Scenario pack

1990 – Ontario

With David Peterson calling a snap election after his landslide victory of 1987, will be be able to keep his advance on the NDP will are getting stronger on the polls due to many scandals that are affecting the Liberals? Also, will the PC will rebounce with their new leader after a disastrous 1987 election?

Credits:For-PMFE-Canada-2008 Scenario pack (Unfinished)

Lisbon Mayoral Election – 2021


After losing their absolute majority in 2017, the More Lisbon coalition under Fernando Medina look towards regaining their dominance in Lisbon politics, but Covid-19, a scandal linking Mayor Medina to a leak of dissident data to Russia, Israel and China plus challenger Carlos Moedas’ New Times alliance have made this election more close than anyone expected, who will win and who will be forced into the opposition benches?

Candidates and parties:

Social Democratic Party – Carlos Moedas
Socialist Party – Fernando Medina
Unitary Democratic Coalition – Joao Ferreira
Left Bloc – Beatriz Gomes Dias
Chega! – Nuno Graciano
Liberal Initiative – Bruno Horta Soares
People-Animals-Nature – Manuela Gonzaga
Volt Portugal – Tiago Gomes Belem
We, The Citizens! – Sofia Alfonso Ferreira
Rise Up! – Jose Patrocinio
National Democratic Alternative – Bruno Fialho

Canada – 1921

Canadian society coped with the difficulties of the conscription crisis of 1917. However, the end of the Great War brought new challenges. These included rising unemployment and the decline of industry, but most importantly, the frustration of farmers. The Liberals after Laurier’s death entered the election guided by leadership of Mackenzie King. Arthur Meighen is at a disadvantage both in party and government terms. And the Progressives, who support free trade for Western farmers, rely on a decentralized organization. As the first truly three-party race unfolds, and the first in which a majority of women are eligible to vote, this election makes history.

Original scenario by Patine, please pay attention to the background folder.