2015 Kentucky Gubernatorial Election – A Time of Change

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Version 1.0.8

Switched money coefficient to 10

Version 1.0.7

Finished the Endorsers

Edited the Interviewers a little

Added some events

Added Ashley Judd (percentages need to be set still)

Version 1.0.6

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added all of the members of the state house as endorsers

Changed Curtis’ color to grey

Version 1.0.5

Kentucky Governor – 2015

75% of the state house has been added as endorsers

Version 1.0.4

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Half of the state house members have been added as endorsers

Version 1.0.3

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added a few endorsers

Fixed primary turnout issue

Fixed issue with conventions

Version 1.0.2

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added Congressional endorsers

Minor updates to leaders and vice leaders

Version 1.0.1

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Added Interviewers

Added more events

Updated primary turnout numbers for each county

Changed the scenario picture

Minor changes to candidates and issues

Version 1.0

Kentucky Governor – 2015

Will you complete the Republican revolution in Kentucky or will the Democrats hold onto the governorship?


Matt Bevin

James Comer

Hal Heiner

William T. Scott

Robert Lee Rosier


Jack Conway

Geoff Young


Drew Curtis


To Do List

What if candidates

More Endorsers

More Interviewers

More Events

Popular Vote (when released)

Fixed Finances


Note: Thanks to ConservativeElector2 for finding the map.  Also, anyone can use this scenario as a basis for other Kentucky elections.

1972 – Communists


United States – Communists

The Communists are the popular party. The traditional parties have had a bad four years. Will the Republicrats be able to retain control? or will the Communists take over and start to put in their policies? The Communists have won control of both houses in the mid-term elections. There are many openings on the Supreme Court. If a Communist wins, there will be a majority of pro-Communist judges on it. Can someone stop the Communist wave or will the US turn into a Communist nation?


Ronald Reagan (on)

Richard Nixon (on)

Hubert Humphrey (on)

Nelson Rockefeller (on)

George Romney (on)

George Wallace (on)

Update 1.1: added Hiram Fong (on-favorite son candidate)

Update 1.4: adjusted some of Fong’s numbers

Jim Rhodes (on-favorite son candidate)

Update 1.2: added Stephen Young (on-favorite son)


Gus Hall (on)

Update 1.1: added Charlene Mitchell (off)

Update 1.2: Added Jarvis Tyner (off)

Update 1.4: Added Evelyn Reed (off)

Centrist Party (off):

Update 1.2: Added Centrist Party

Added George McGovern (off)


Update 1.2 Added Observation Party

Update 1.3: Fixed some data dealing with the Observation Party as well as its bio.

Update 1.3: Corrected Electoral Vote numbers

1824 election



*Note: This election was improved and updated by the Historical Scenario Commission

United States – 1824

Thank you to VCCzar for all his help.  I could not have done it without him.

Update 3.8.1

Slight color adjustment for Jackson

Fixed errors because of a few events

Update 3.8:

Added more events (mostly from VCCzar

Slight adjustments to campaign blurb and candidate attributes

Updated the issue icons to fight the issues of the scenario (thanks to NYRepublican)

Updated the economic coefficient

More start dates

Update 3.7:

Added a few events

Update 3.6:

Updated state flags (Thanks to Patine for providing those)

Update 3.5:

Switched the US flag as well as a few state flags to the current ones for 1824

Changed the map

Updated Electors info

Changed some finance data

Update 3.4

Updated the candidate’s bios

Update 3.3

Added William Henry Harrison as a candidate

Update 3.2

Added Richard Rush as a candidate

Update 3.1

Added William Wirt as a candidate

Added Rufus King as a candidate

Added Martin Van Buren as a candidate

Update 3

Added Daniel Webster as a candidate

Added Louis McLane as an endorser

Updated VP candidates and added a few more

Update 2.6

Updated party symbols

Added some VP choices for candidates

Update 2.5c

Turned pacs off

Update 2.5b

Fixed a typo

Update 2.5a

Added Nathaniel Macon as a candidate

Added another Martin Van Buren as a VP candidate for Crawford.

Update 2.4

Added Crawford onto the ballot in Connecticut

Added a 5 point high score bonus/penalty if a major candidate gets defeated in their home state

Put issue familiarity and debating at 3 for Massachusetts Unpledged Electors

Put each major candidate(plus Massachusetts Unpledged Electors) at the highest organization in their home state

Update 2.3

Added some more VP candidates

Added another newspaper

Changed Primary and Convention dates(If you wanted to turn primaries on so you could pick your VP)

Update 2.2

I have added the Massachusetts Unpledged Electors

Update 2.1b

Edited 3 endorsers

Edited the map(took out Michigan and Arkansas)

Put Andrew Jackson on Alabama’s ballot with 0%(for if Crawford is off)

Update 2.1a

Fixed the error when it crashed on election night

Update 2

Changed some percentages

Fixed a few endorsers

Update 1.4

Finished the endorsers list

Fixed the home states for Mrs. Clay and Adams

Update 1.3:

Updated the map again

Added more endorsers

Update 1.2:

Updated map

Update 1.1(small things):

edited some VP info

Update 1:

Fixed some typos

added a few more endorsers

added John C Calhoun as a candidate