President Infinity next release v. 3.1.1d

President Infinity v. 3.1.1c for Windows and Mac has been released!

This update continues to update 2020, including adding latest polling, adds official cash on hand numbers for Oct. 1st, turns Tim Ryan to ‘off’, and adds some surrogates (Sanders > Michael Moore, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Rep. Ilhan Omar, Warren > Philadelphia Mayor James F. Kenney , Biden > Fmr. Sen. Chris Dodd).

Note: it will say 3.1.1 as the version once installed.

Note: this version changes spacebarring to close various screens to ‘n’.

More info here.

If you are a President Infinity owner on subscription (or if you purchased President Infinity within the last year), you are eligible for this upgrade (if not, you can add a subscription here).

This is a comprehensive update.

You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below. From the e-mail, click the link to the web page.

To update:

Version information:

What’s new in this upgrade from the previous release (v. 3.1.1c).

  • added Oct. 25th, 2019 start date
  • Funds > Oct. 1st, 2019 > set for all relevant Republican and Democratic candidates
  • Democratic primary polls > added US, IA, NH, NV, SC, CA, and MA 
  • Tim Ryan turned OFF with start and end dates of campaign added. 
  • Surrogates > Warren > added Philadelphia Mayor James F. Kenney
  • Surrogates > Biden > added Fmr. Sen. Chris Dodd
  • Surrogates > Sanders > added Michael Moore, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Rep. Ilhan Omar

3 thoughts on “President Infinity next release v. 3.1.1d”

  1. Sanders had the most cash on hand as of October 1st of any candidate, at $34M. Next was Warren at $26M. 3rd was Buttigieg at $23M. 4th Harris at $10.5M. Finally comes Biden at 5th with $9M.

  2. Just wanted to let you know. In the 1980 scenario, something is really off with the percentages for the third party of John Anderson. If you turn him off from the Republican primary and set him as on in the third party, he’s got 0% support nationwide while in the general election he’s got a decent amount of support.

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