North Dakota Senate 2018

Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp narrowly won her Senate race against freshman US Representative Rick Berg in 2012, even as Romney won the state by double digits on the Presidential level.

Heitkamp is in hot water now. With polarization increasing in the Trump-era, Heitkamp is trailing US Representative Kevin Cramer in polling. Can Heitkamp push a unique message to appeal to the voters one more time? or will Cramer tie himself to Trump to win in a normally Republican state?

You can also play as other characters from North Dakota Politics to make various alternate scenarios.
Republicans:
Kevin Cramer, US Representative (2013-)
Rick Berg, Fmr US Representative (2011-2013)
Kelly Armstrong, Chair of the ND Republican Party (2015-)
Doug Burgum, Governor of ND (2017-)

Democratic:
Heidi Heitkamp, incumbent US Senator (2013-)
Earl Pomeroy, Fmr US Representative (1993-2011)
Byron Dorgan, Fmr US Senator (1992-2011)
Kent Conrad, Fmr US Senator (1987-2013)
Mac Schneider, Minority Leader of the ND State Senate (2013-2016)

Three Congressional Scenarios

VA5 2020 – (D) Cameron Webb versus (R) Bob Good

Physician Cameron Webb takes on Republican Bob Good in Virginia’s 5th district. VA-5 voted for Trump in 2016, and voted for Corey Stewart by 2 in his landslide Senate loss in 2018. Bob Good defeated incumbent Congressman Denver Riggleman in the primary. Can Bob Good hold this traditionally Republican seat?

MN7 2020 – (D) Collin Peterson versus (R) Michelle Fischbach

Minnesota-7 voted for Trump by 31 points in 2016, but long-time Democratic Congressman Collin Peterson has held on. 2020 is likely to be his toughest race yet. He is facing former MN Lt. Governor Michelle Fischbach. Can he win?

VA9 2010 – (D) Rick Boucher versus (R) Morgan Griffith

In Virginia-9 long-time Congressman Rick Boucher is trying to win reelection to a seat he has held since 1983. He is facing Virginia State Delegate Morgan Griffith. This western Virginia seat voted for John McCain and has become heavily Republican on the Presidential level. Can Congressman Boucher survive the red wave to hold his seat, or will Griffith upset the long-time Representative in an anti-Obama wave.

Alaska Senate 2020

Hey there,

Made this mockup of the Alaska Senate race for 2020, with regions being Borough/Census Areas.

Candidates:

Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-inc), Dr. Al Gross (I/D), John Howe (AIP), Jed Whittaker (Green)

Other alternate candidates off by default include:

Mayor Edgar Blatchford (D),Sen. Mike Gravel (D)

Very elastic electorate and lots of third party voting so this makes for a very fun scenario! Enjoy!

Arkansas Senate – 2010

Welp, here we are again. This time we get to see how badly Blanche gets to lose in the 2010 election. Or maybe not? You decide!

Candidates

Democrats

  • Incumbent Sen. Blanche Lincoln
  • Fmr. Lt. Gov. Bill Halter

Republicans

  • Rep. John Boozman

Others

  • Libertarian turned Independent military veteran Trevor Drown
  • Green Party Mayor of Greenland John Gray
  • Write-in candidates(observer but on the ballot.)

2024 Presidential Election, “Battle Outside Raging” (TRUMP WINS 2020)

I’ve been working on this mod since early June, Its not done, but has enough flavor in it to play. Joe Biden lost election to Trump, and Democratic Party is bleeding and falling apart, Bernie Sanders retires from politics 2022, after heart-attack and The Progressive movement is divides even more.

The map of 2020.

Republicans:

Governor Chris Christie, Former Congressman Lou Barletta, Governor Larry Hogan, Secretary Ben Carson, Former Ambassador Nikki Haley, Tucker Carlson, Senator Rand Paul, Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Senator Tom Cotton

Democrats:

Congressman Pete Buttigieg, Senator Joe Kennedy, Senator Kamala Harris, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senator Kristen Gillibrand, Congressman Beto O’Rourke, Congressman Charles Booker, Congressman Joaquin Castro, Senator Micheal Bennet, Former Congresswoman Nina Turner, Howard Shutlz, Congressman Anthony Brindisi.

2024 Presidential Election

UPDATE: File uploaded! Enjoy!

I worked on this a few months ago and glad to be able to share with all of you. I have included the following candidates to this scenario:

Republicans:

President Donald Trump (scenario where he loses in 2020), Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, Jr., Vice President Mike Pence, Senator Ted Cruz, Governor John Kasich, Senator Marco Rubio, Governor Larry Hogan, Senator Rand Paul, Ambassador Nikki Haley, Governor Jeb Bush, Senator Jeff Flake, Senator Ben Sasse, Senator Tom Cotton, Senator Mitt Romney, Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Senator Josh Hawley, Governor Chris Christie, Governor Charlie Baker, Senator Rick Scott, Governor Ron DeSantis, Congressman Matt Gaetz, Secretary Mike Pompeo, Governor Greg Abbott, Senator Tim Scott, and Governor Mike DeWine

Democrats:

President Joe Biden (scenario where he wins in 2020), Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Andrew Yang, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Vice President Kamala Harris, Congressman Beto O’Rourke, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senator Cory Booker, Governor Terry McAuliffe, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Congressman/Senator Joseph P. Kennedy III, Governor Gavin Newsom, Senator Sherrod Brown, Governor Martin O’Malley, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Secretary Julian Castro, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Governor Jay Inslee, Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Governor/Senator Steve Bullock, State Rep. Stacey Abrams, Mayor Andrew Gillum, State Sen. Nina Turner, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Governor Andy Beshear