2012 3 new party’s and some other suff.

Hi, This Adds 3 New Party’s Each With There Candidate’s And Edited Primary’s Also.

The New Party’s,

The Gray Party With One Candidate. Gray Man (G)

The NSDP Party With Four Candidate’s. Hitler,Himmler,Goebbls, and Göring.

The Video Game Party Or VGP For Short. Mario,Link,Master Chief, and Bandicoot.

I Have Added New Interviews Which Are CNN,ABC,KTLA,MTV, and ESPN.

I Have Also Put 2 New Endorsers Which Are UCLA And CNN.

I Have Also Added New Start Dates. Primary Start Dates Are Nov. 20th 2011,Dec. 5th 2011, And Jan. 1st 2012. General Election Start Dates Are Sep 7th, 2012 And Sep. 25th 2012.

That’s It Hope You Enjoy And Feedback Is Very Desired

United States – 2012


President McCain 2012 Scenario

United States -President McCain (1.1)

UPDATED 9/7/2016: united-states-president-mccain (1.2)



After John McCain’s 2008 electoral victory, Americans are ready for change. President McCain may run for a second term, or not? Will the Democrats finally take back the White House, or will the Republicans keep it for a fourth straight term?


9/7/2016 UPDATE:

New Rep. Leaders:

House Minority Leader Eric Cantor (off)

New Dem. Leaders:

Fmr. VP Al Gore (off)
Sen. Evan Bayh (on)
Gov. Brian Schweitzer (on)
Gov. Martin O’Malley (on)
Sen. Joe Lieberman (off)
Fmr. Sen. Mike Gravel (off)

New Lib. Leaders:

Rep. Ron Paul (off)

New Ind. Leaders:


New Rep. Vice Leaders:


New Dem. Vice Leaders:

Sen. Jack Reed

Sen. Jon Tester

Sen. Sherrod Brown

Mayor Julian Castro
New Lib. Vice Leaders:


New Ind. Vice Leaders:

Rep. Allen West
Added some endorsers, accurate vote totals, etc…

Added extra events… Assassination Attempt on President McCain.

Added 8/30/2011 starting point (in beta)

USA – 2012 (Cheney sequel with incumbent Gore)


Hi guys,

I’ve prepared the Cheney sequel 2012. Note: it’s still a beta version. Any feedback is desired. Thanks and have fun!

Luki 🙂

Version 1.2 is out, it contains:

  • New Republican candidates (Mike Huckabee, Paul Ryan, Laura Bush, Bobby Jindal, John Thune, Dan Quayle (off), Nikki Haley (off)
  • VP Stewart as potential challenger (or replacement) for President Gore.
  • Karl C. Rove as potential challenger (or replacement) for Cheney.
  • updated %s

United States – 2012 (Post Cheney – President Gore) v. 1.2

*last updated 12/22/2015*

2012 Election-Special Edition


united states – 2012 special edition

In 2008, Barack Obama was elected to the White House convincingly. Just four years later, he is facing a potentially difficult re-election campaign against a strengthened Republican Party. Now, as the Iowa Caucuses are fast approaching, Newt Gingrich has risen from the political dead and has taken the front runner mantle from Mitt Romney. Can Mitt make a comeback? Or will another candidate emerge? Or will the GOP have to draft a new standard bearer to enter the fray?

This scenario, inspired by the detailed accounts in the bestselling book Double Down, gives you everything you need to relive the 2012 race for the White House. Santorum’s surge. Rick Perry’s debating woes. Herman Cain and 9-9-9. Gingrich’s Moon Colony. Romney and the 47% tape. Bill Clinton’s DNC Speech. The debate in Denver. “You didn’t build that.” The 2012 race is on.


1. Over a dozen new campaign events, from Romney’s 47% tape, to Sandra Fluke, Todd Akin, and the Supreme Court ACA ruling, giving the election experience a much more thematic flavor.

2. Conventions are now more important: each night has a series of possible speeches, some that will benefit the nominee, and some that will hurt, but never is the same set of speeches delivered. Will Clinton’s DNC Speech win over undecided voters? Can Rubio give a new face to the GOP with his keynote? Or will Clint Eastwood wander on stage to talk to an empty chair?

3. CPAC-During early February, the GOP candidates muster at CPAC. Similar to the conventions, some candidates will do well and will gain critical support among conservative voters; others run the risk of stumbling, but the results are never going to be the same each time you play.

4. Candidates that dropped out before Iowa have been added back in. Can Herman Cain revive his campaign? What about Tim Pawlenty?

5. During the Spring of 2011, several popular Republicans passed on entering the fray; what if they changed their minds? Could Huckabee, Palin, Jindal, or Barbour emerge from the pack and win the nomination? What about Rudy Giuliani, Scott Brown, or Donald Trump?

6. When Gingrich and Romney were locked in their battle for the nomination, many Republican Party leaders vainly attempted to bring in a draft candidate to unite the party, even well into the primary season. Could Mitch Daniels, Chris Christie, Jeb Bush or Paul Ryan enter late into the race and still win? Or could they not get on all the ballots in time.

Note: While playing as a draft candidate, begin as undecided to simulate the lack of ballot access, and don’t have multiple draft candidates in the race. For a difficult challenge, stay undecided until February, or even March, when some candidates like Daniels and Bush still contemplated entering the race.

7. More endorsers: New endorsers have been added, like Colin Powell, Sarah Palin, and Grover Norquist. Be able to fund your candidacy for weeks by getting the backing of Sheldon Adleson or the Koch brothers.

8. New Historical Details added-Gingrich and Santorum have been taken off the ballots to Virginia, while the Missouri Caucus has been moved up to its correct electoral date (even if the delegates weren’t officially allocated until March), among other new improvements.