Tennessee Gubernatorial/Senatorial 2020/2022


I had wished to publish this earlier but it crashed so I had to reconstruct the scenario basically from scratch. So far, playing as the Democrat here is REALLY hard. I mean REALLY. So give it a try.



Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Sen. Lamar Alexander, Sen. Bob Corker, Gov. Bill Haslam, Gov. Bill Lee, Rep. Phil Roe, Rep. Tim Burchett, Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Rep. Scott DesJarlais, Rep. Diane Black, Rep. John Rose, Rep. Mark Green, Rep. David Kustoff, Rep. Stephen Fincher, Mr. Peyton Manning, Mr. Aaron Pettigrew, Mr. Curtis Colvett


Gov. Phil Bredesen, VP Al Gore, Mayor Andy Berke, Mayor David Briley, Mayor Karl Dean, Mayor Megan Barry, Minority Leader Jeff Yarbro, Minority Leader Craig Fitzhugh, State Rep. Lee Harris, Rep. Lincoln Davis, Rep. Jim Cooper, Rep. Bob Clement, Rep. Bart Gordon, Rep. John Tanner, Ms. Taylor Swift, Mr. Mark Clayton, Ms. Mary Blair Horner


Mr. John McAfee

12 thoughts on “Tennessee Gubernatorial/Senatorial 2020/2022”

  1. Great scenario. I noticed that by even using the worst Republican and controlling him and not campaigning, going against Al Gore, he still wins 44.0-43.4%. This translates to about 19,000 votes. I will have to talk to Anthony about this, but somehow this scenario worked! (Yay!) But it is confusing to me that this one works because of the Georgia scenario: created on the same Mac, but the Georgia one doesn’t work on Windows for some reason.

  2. Interesting. I think I know what is going on with Georgia, so I’ll re-upload there. Please check it out and see if it works. As for Tennessee, it seems the state is too red for me to win as a Democrat. That being said, if you and Anthony can figure out why, have at it.

  3. So Blackburn is listed in the 2020 or 2022 Senate race? She does not run until 24. Unless I am missing something here.

  4. This is just a general statewide scenario for Tennessee in the near future using 2018 Senate/Governor numbers.

  5. @Zach S, I added a new Georgia file. Try working with that one on Windows and let me know how it goes.

  6. I tried the newest file and it still says the same thing, “Path format not supported”. I let Anthony know in the FAQ about the issue for a quicker response. It’s a great scenario on Mac, but I would like it for my PC, which is Windows.

  7. Good job! Ive been able to get a landslide (on hard) for the Texas, Florida and Alabama scenarios but this one definitely has me stuck! Good job!

  8. Interesting. With Georgia, I initially zipped the scenario from my computer’s hard drive, rather than the game itself which is what I did for TN. Maybe I’ll try again.

  9. I would, but I don’t know when Anthony plans to add two-round voting, because so much of the fun of Louisiana is the jungle primary. That being said, I could very easily make a runoff scenario for Edwards and Rispone.

  10. Hello, I really think the tennessee one is a great challenge. any possibility on a washington state gubernatorial one in the future? I think it would be interesting with the sharp geographical divide in the middle of the state. (cascadia mountains I believe?) Anyways, Thanks so much for what you do!!

  11. Wasn’t thinking of doing WA, but now that I think about it, it’s definitely possible.

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