Vote Result for June 8th, 2014

The winner of the June 8th SC vote was marquee campaign …

Kentucky Senate 2014 (Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell vs. Kentucky Sec. of State Alison Grimes)

winning in the second round with with 56% of the vote against Maine Governor 2014 at 26% and Texas Governor 2014 at 19%!

(Perhaps another marquee 2014 race will be a future winner?)

Voter turnout was 25-27 (first-second rounds).

You can see a list of upcoming features voted on by the SC to be implemented for President Forever 2016 here (scroll down to ‘What’s coming up next?’).

Now for the seventh SC vote of 2014.

This vote will be for adding 5 new 2016 presidential candidates to the official 2016 campaign, for any of the 4 existing parties.

If you want to participate in the vote, you must be a member of the SC (Steering Council).

16 thoughts on “Vote Result for June 8th, 2014”

  1. @Adam,

    Do you mean a copy of Congress Forever 2014? No, it hasn’t been released yet – the target is mid-2014 for initial release.

  2. @Aron,

    I can’t say when exactly – first, finish fixing some bugs for the Mac version, then release a new Windows version.

  3. On these elections, will you be adding this technology to the editor? Also how many regions could it have? I remember someone made a Texas election and had to group counties because there were too many counties out of the region number possible to make an election with counties

  4. @Kevin,

    Practically speaking, the number of regions in P4E16 should be unlimited.

    Yes, the options involved in marquee campaigns should ultimately be added to the Campaign Editor.

  5. On the next update, you’ll have to weaken Scott Walker or up his corruption rating. He’s at the center of a criminal investigation.

  6. @Tim,

    No update on when the next Mac release will be – all I can say is it’s being worked on.


    I’ll see how things proceed in the criminal investigation – at this point, I think it’s too early to say.

  7. @Anthony, do you have a percentage in mind for Romney?

    “The University of New Hampshire/WMUR-TV poll in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire recently showed Romney with 30 percent support — blowing away a crowded field of potential 2016 Republican candidates who fail to even crack double digits.”

    Hope this helps. It seems Romney still has strong support in several areas of the country.

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