Upcoming Windows Congress Infinity – Version Amundsen – Test Release – 1.7.5

Hi everyone,

This is an experimental post. It will keep track of changes to the upcoming version of Windows Congress Infinity v. Amundsen – Test Release – 1.7.5, and includes an estimated release date for it (as with any estimate, this can change).

Est. release date: Tuesday, October 28th.

Changes so far (this list will be updated as changes are implemented on this side, these changes will not be available until the version is released):

  • Senate 2014 > Select Player Screen > goal ‘out of’ totals now correct
  • Main Screen > added ‘Are you sure you want to exit?’ dialog box on close
  • Senate 2014 > Surrogates > Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney > +1 Barnstorming in New Hampshire
  • Strategy Screen > now displays top two candidates for that region when mouse over a line in table
  • Added House 2014
  • Campaign Editor > removed some components

14 thoughts on “Upcoming Windows Congress Infinity – Version Amundsen – Test Release – 1.7.5

  1. That’s probably because they have elections for both seats, so the game counts every vote for each seat as 1 vote, when in real life it would be one person voting in both races every time.

  2. @Erik,

    Should follow shortly after the Windows version. Maybe Tuesday.

    @Shawn,

    Thanks for this – suggestion noted.

    @Stephen,

    Same answer as Will’s. Because there are 2 Senate seats in each of those states, the ‘number of votes’ is double.

  3. Strategy Screen > now displays top two candidates for that region when mouse over a line in table.

  4. I think Gordon Howie should be added. He is running as an Independent for the South Dakota Senate seat. He would be to the right of Rounds on most/all issues. He is listed on ballotpedia and has a website for his candidacy. My guess is if he did win, he’d likely caucus with the GOP.

  5. @DJP,

    Thanks for this – Howie’s at 1% in the latest poll in SD, but if more polls are released with stronger numbers he might be added.

  6. That makes sense. I know there’s been some inconsistency with even including him in some polling. He was in a recent debate, though. That is why I thought of him.

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