Message from TheSaint250 in #FedsShallRiseAgain! #presidential


2019-01-10 05:29:18 UTC  

but most of their votes were from Feds

2019-01-10 05:29:23 UTC  

asking for map-coloring purposes

2019-01-10 05:29:29 UTC  

Well that election was complicated

2019-01-10 05:30:13 UTC  

Due to factionalism within the center

2019-01-10 05:33:15 UTC  

well to ask another way, which five candidates would have constituted a working majority for the Feds in that election?

2019-01-10 05:36:52 UTC  

nvm found this quote from yankee "PMasta and Sestak also fucntioned as quasi-Fed candidates"

2019-01-10 05:37:12 UTC  

Yeah

2019-01-10 06:31:44 UTC  

Oh wow, the popular vote was 45.7% Fed/quasi-Fed, 42.2% Lab/Peebs, 12.1% Other, and the electoral college works out to 263 Fed/quasi-Fed, 259 Lab/Peebs, 16 Other

2019-01-10 06:32:00 UTC  

EC PREDICTS RESULT AGAIN

2019-01-10 06:41:22 UTC  

Oof

2019-01-15 01:26:37 UTC  

update:

2019-01-15 01:26:39 UTC  

December 2018 383-148-7 Labor (Lab 359 Pea 24) IF SOUTH IS LABOR, 329-202-7
October 2018 296-242 Labor wins HPV/ Fed wins EC
August 2018 290-248 Fed (PUP 202 Pea 27 Lab 16 WI Lab 3)
June 2018 334-204 Labor (PUP 171 Pea 163)
April 2018 263-259-13-3 Fed (not majority) (Fed 222 Mar 37, PM 4)
February 2018 303-219-16 Fed (PUP 163 Lab 30 Pea 26)
December 2017 371-144-12 Fed (Lab 132 Pea 12)
October 2017 371-157-10 Fed
August 2017 277-261 Labor
June 2017 397-135-6 Fed
April 2017 292-229-17 Fed
February 2017 271-261-6 Fed
December 2016 271-267 Labor
October 2016 307-231 Labor wins HPV/ Fed wins EC

2019-01-15 01:27:03 UTC  

the two times where the EC failed to predict the HPV were October 2016 and October 2018

2019-01-15 01:27:11 UTC  

both when the EC favored the Feds

2019-01-15 01:28:10 UTC  

In October 2018 retromike's vote was the deciding factor

2019-01-18 01:00:15 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/438831543415209995/535624431213608961/image0.png

2019-01-18 01:00:24 UTC  

This just seems so wrong

2019-01-18 01:00:51 UTC  

Directly attempting to help a candidate by appointing him to a government position to boost his support in the polls

2019-01-18 01:06:07 UTC  

tbh YE seems like a logical choice considering he's leaving his PM position and so we wouldn't have to deal with special elections, but at the same time I don't like this maneuvering by Labor to use it to promote his campaign

2019-01-18 01:10:23 UTC  

Oh I certainly don’t doubt he’ll do a fine job

2019-01-18 01:10:30 UTC  

But yeah it’s the maneuvering that’s terrible

2019-01-18 16:26:36 UTC  

I like YE, but I can't vote for his confirmation after that

2019-01-18 16:27:12 UTC  
2019-01-18 16:27:32 UTC  

unless federalist leadership advise me otherwise