2000 Election- Gore v. Bush


United States – 2000 (v 2.1)

Such a historically significant election needs an updated and expanded scenario.  So here it is.  Right now I have the following parties and candidates:


  • Al Gore (on)
  • Bill Bradley (on)
  • Howard Dean (off)
  • Paul Wellstone (off)
  • John Kerry (off)
  • Joe Lieberman (off)
  • Bob Kerry (off)
  • Jesse Jackson (off)
  • Joe Biden (off)
  • Lyndon LaRouche (off)
  • Hillary Clinton (off)
  • Wesley Clark (off)
  • Warren Beatty (off)
  • Bob Graham (off)
  • Ted Kennedy (off)
  • Evan Bayh (off)


  • George W. Bush (on)
  • John McCain (on)
  • Steve Forbes (on)
  • Orrin Hatch (on)
  • Alan Keyes (on)
  • Gary Bauer (on)
  • Elizabeth Dole (off)
  • Dan Quayle (off)
  • Lamar Alexander (off)
  • John Kasich (off)
  • Bob Smith (off)
  • George Pataki (off)
  • Donald Trump (off)
  • Herman Cain (off)
  • Jeb Bush (off)
  • John Ashcroft (off)
  • Fred Thompson (off)
  • Newt Gingrich (off)
  • Mike Huckabee (off)
  • Rudy Giuliani (off)
  • Bob Dornan (off)
  • Trent Lott (off)
  • Jack Kemp (off)


  • Ralph Nader (on)


  • Pat Buchanan (on)
  • Donald Trump (off)


At the moment, I am focusing the most on adding a large array of candidates.

Feedback is always appreciated.  I know issues need to be fleshed out more.  (Input on this aspect is what I am the most interested in)

*Last update: 11/4/2015*

Version 2.1

  • Added a few more VP possibilities
    • GOP
      • Sen. Chuck Hagel
      • Gov. John Engler
    • DEM
      • Sen. Sam Nunn
      • Gov. Jim Hunt
  • Issues/Scandals
    • Campaign Finance Reform -> Campaign Finance
      • Scandals now apply
    • Integrity
      • Scandals now apply
  • Universal Shift for %’s is now the same for both parties.  (was 1% D and -1% R)

Version 2.0

  • Adds Jack Kemp and Evan Bayh as candidates
  • Adds Colin Powell and Tom Harkin as VP choices
  • Ads can now run for 7 days
  • Added more Primary start dates.  You can now start on the first of any month from July-December 1999.
  • Added a few new endorsers.  They are as follows:
    • Mayor Sarah Palin
    • Rep. John Thune
    • Fmr. Gov. John H. Sununu
    • Speaker Dennis Hastert
    • Fmr. Sen. George Mitchell
    • House Minority Whip David E. Bonior
    • Fmr. Speaker Tom Foley
    • Fmr. V.P. Walter Mondale

Version 1.6

  • This update sets the issue position for all candidates.  This was the main focus of this update.
  • A couple very minor starting % changes.
  • A couple minor candidate attribute adjustments.