8 thoughts on “US 2016 Election (VCCzar Version)”

  1. @Milo

    I thought Lincoln Chafee was already in my version? You sure he isn’t there? If not, I’ll add him (along with Lessig) to the scenario when I update it. I’m currently on 1812 and 1816, going in chronological order.

  2. Okay, these are all very good!
    I’ve been working on a House of Cards 2016 edition. I’m so confused as to how events work, and I was wondering if you (or anyone seeing this) who’s caught up to Season 5 of House of Cards would like to help me!

  3. I would suggest posting in the Forum about this. I know I’m too busy to help as I’m updating all the historical scenarios in chronological order. I’m on 1812 through 1828 right now.

  4. Okay, and do you know how to do that? I just posted here since you seem to be one of the more knowledgeable users.

  5. Lincoln Chafee and Lawrence Lessig are absent from the Democratic field. I checked my version and Chafee is missing. Rocky De La Fuente also scored 5% in a few states, largely as a protest vote. Not sure if you have any interest in counting him but I thought I’d mention 🙂

    I have a few third party suggestions, if you don’t mind 🙂

    The Libertarians had two other candidates I think are significant enough to include alongside the main three: Marc Allan Feldman and Darryl Perry. They seem to be the ones who got the most votes outside of the three, at least in the convention.

    The Greens had only one other candidate who won a primary, William Kreml. Sedinam Curry and Kent Mesplay seem to be the ones with the most support outside of those two, and they appeared in a televised debate as well. Anther man named Darryl Cherney had some support as well.

    The Constitution Party seems like it was only between Darrell Castle and Scott Copeland. They only scored one percent in one state, however.

    Another couple of suggestions I have:

    Mark Everson ran for the Republican nomination and even outperformed some front runners in an RNC straw poll, but he was not invited to the debates because they changed the qualification rules at the last minute. He’s kind of the party’s Lawrence Lessig, in a way.

    And as an independent “Never Trump” candidate, would you consider putting David A. French in the game? Bill Kristol tried to persuade him to run and even Mitt Romney encouraged the idea.

    Think that’s all for this one 🙂

  6. Hello – Just responding here as per your request. John Kerry has gives a 1.0 bonus for Ground Ops in this version, as opposed to 0.1 or 0.3 like other major endorsers, which messes up the balance a bit (if unedited, it’s basically a race with the computer in the Dem Primaries to get his endorsement first). Thanks again for all you do.

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