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Welcome to the exciting new game in which you run for President of the United States!

In the first 30 turns ("the primaries"), you'll need to win enough delegates to secure your party's nomination. In the final 20 turns, you'll compete against the opposing party's nominee in the general election! Throughout the game, you must think strategially about how to spend resources and communicate your political beliefs.

Begin crafting your winning candidate...

First Name:


Last Name:


Gender:
     Male
     Female

What is your candidate's political party?

Democratic
Republican
Independent


Warning: Winning the presidency as an independent is possible, but much more difficult.
What is your current title?

Governor
Senator
House Representative
Military Leader
Business Person

Home state:
 +12 support from party voters

All neighboring states:
 +12 support from party voters

All other states:
 +1 support from party voters
 +1 support from independent voters

Home state:
 +8 support from party voters

All neighboring states:
 +7 support from party voters

All other states:
 +1 support from party voters
 +2 support from independent voters

Home state:
 +6 support from party voters

All other states:
 +2 support from party voters
 +1 support from independent voters

Home state:
 +6 support from independent voters

All other states:
 +5 support from independent voters

Home state:
 +6 support from independent voters

Money:
 +$350 million at the start of the game

What is your home state?
Name your game...

Please enter a unique username and game name so that you may return to your game at any time. Both should be 6-20 characters long, consist of only number and letters, and include no spaces.

Game name:


Username:


Both are case sensitive.

Want to make the game even more fun? At turn 30, you can play against your friend by merging your games!

Hello !

Your first task is to compete for delegates in the current round of primaries. You'll be competing against a fellow . Whoever wins a majority of delegates at the end of three primary rounds becomes the nominee. That person goes on to compete against the nominee in the general election.

The first round of primaries will be held in the non-grey states currently on the map. In order to win a state's delegates, you'll need to command the highest poll numbers in that state at the end of 10 turns. You can increase your poll numbers by campaigning in a state, building offices, talking to the national press, or by promoting political positions that are popular with specific voters. You can also hurt your opponent's poll numbers in a state by buying attack ads.

Click on a state to see the state's current poll numbers. In the primaries, you're only competing for voters and Independent voters. In the general election you'll be competeing for all voters.

You can spend resources in any state at any time (even the grey states). However you'll receive a fundraising and polling bonus for winning the current primary round.

Your chief opponent in the primaries is of .

Crush !

State Polls
You: 0 : 0
DEM: 0 out of 0
 Issues: +0
 Offices: +0
 Initial: +0

DEM: 0 out of 0
 Issues: +0
 Offices: +0
 Initial: +0

REPUB: 0 out of 0
 Issues: +0
 Offices: +0
 Initial: +0

REPUB: 0 out of 0
 Issues: +0
 Offices: +0
 Initial: +0

IND: 0 out of 0
 Issues: +0
 Offices: +0
 Initial: +0
Ad effect: none
IND: 0 out of 0
 Issues: +0
 Offices: +0
 Initial: +0
Ad effect: none
Winner receives delegates.
Fundraising in millions this turn:
State fundraising totals are determined by the number of party voters you command in a state, as well each state's wealth multiplier.




Cash:
0.0 million
DELEGATES
YouRival
Current Primaries:00
Finished Primaries:00
To build an office, click on a state.
Campaign Offices
Unlike the effects of an attack ad—which last only until the end of the round—the effects of an office are permanent. When you build an office in a state, you can choose for it to boost Republican voters, Democratic voters, or Independent voters.
Voter TypeEffectPrice
Republicans +1 1 million
Democrats +1 1 million
Independents +1 1 million
Insufficient Funds
Effects of your existing offices:
Republicans:  +0
Democrats:  +0
Independents:  +0
Attack Ads

Attack ads can only be purchased once per round in each state. All of their effects expire at the end of the round in which they are purchased.

Opponent receives:

-5 independent voters in the state

Note: Your opponent cannot lose more voters than he/she currently commands. In other words, if your opponent only has +3 independent voters in a state, an attack ad will put him/her at 0 independent voters, not "-2".

Price:
Insufficient Funds!
Turns Left in Current Round:10
Turns Left in Game:50
Issue of the Week

(Far-left)

(Left-of-center)

(Centrist)

(Right-of-center)

(Far-right)

+1 Republican voters in red states. The red states are:
+1 Republican voters in purple states. The purple states are:
+1 Independent voters in random 20 states.
+1 Democratic voters in purple states. The purple states are:
+1 Democratic voters in blue states. The blue states are:
Finish each turn by either campaigning in a state or talking to the national press.
   
+1 party voters and +1 independent voters in the state.
+1 party voters in neighboring states.
    +1 party voters in random 10 states.
Opponent Turn Summary
is taking turn.
It's the end of the first round! Primary elections were held in 15 states!

States you won:
States you tied:
States you lost: In total, your victories are worth delegates. Your opponent's victories are worth delegates.
You lost the nomination.

Sorry, but your opponent won the nomination. You will not advance to the general election.





You lost the election.

Sorry, but your opponent won the general election. Better luck four years from now!





You won the nomination!

Congratuations! You won the nomination! You'll now advance to the General Election!

In the general election, you'll be competing against a candidate in the opposing party. The general election will last 20 turns and will take place in all 50 states. Instead of delegates, you'll be competing for "electoral votes."

Also, you'll be competing for all types of voters this time: Democrats, Republicans, and Independent voters.

You won the election!

Congratuations President Elect! In January you'll be sworn in. Our country is now in your hands.





To merge two games, both players’ candidates must have completed the first 30 turns and won their party’s nomination.

Also, games can only be merged if candidates are from opposing parties. (For instance, you can’t merge a Democratic candidate’s game with the game of another Democratic candidate.)


Either player does this first


The other player does this second
(on a separate computer!)


Please enter your game name and username.

Game name:


Username:


Both are case sensitive.






Now, please enter the game name and username of the game you are merging with.

Game name:


Username:


Both are case sensitive.






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