Campaign Manager

3.9
398 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Can you win the White House? The fate of the 2024 and 2020 U.S. Presidential Election is in your hands in this election simulation game. Biden vs Trump vs DeSantis for the ultimate prize: President of the United States!

Choose your candidate and navigate the tricky political landscape of the electoral college. Will you play as Democratic candidate Joe Biden? Or will you chose the Republicans and see if Donald Trump or Ron DeSantis can retake the White House?

Or chose a previous election and replay history! Revisit the controversial 2020 election as Biden or Trump. Or can you win as Hillary Clinton in 2016? Or what would it take for Romney to upset Obama in 2012? Replay elections all the way back to 1992.

Features:
* Advanced election simulation model using real-world polling data, population demographics, and historical voting trends.
* Play historical campaigns dating back to 1992. Trump v Biden, Gore v Bush, McCain v Obama, Clinton v Dole, Clinton v Trump, and many more!
* Launch television, radio, internet, and ground campaigns in any state you chose.
* Choose how to handle events, including debates, disasters, and scandals.
* Hire volunteers to make a lasting impact in those tough battleground states.
* Improve your campaign staff to gain national benefits and help set your focus for the national debate.
* Watch your money and be on the lookout for fundraisers so you can keep spending.
Updated on
Aug 8, 2022

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3.9
398 reviews
Justin Johnson
August 25, 2021
Fun and enjoyable, love the different tactics one can use to elevate the playing field. Would like to see a custom map and or candidate, in the future, but as is it is still fun. Plays quickly and no waiting on opponents to move. It takes some time to get ahold of all of the game's concepts so you will fail and restart a few times until you notice features of state's traits and how to combat or embrace them.
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A Google user
March 12, 2019
I changed my rating because I realized that the way they are balanced is fine. Previously, I referred to the Clinton v Bush and Dole elections as to why it isn't balanced, as I could barely squeak out a victory at easy difficulty by winning all the swing states and then some, I found out how you decised how to balance them, and that it's fine. However, I do feel as if it is rather limited. I would recommend doing elections back to 1952, as that was the first "modern" election with TV ads
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John Berk
October 22, 2022
Underbaked. I like the base idea, but the funding mechanism (money just popping up randomly) feels underbaked and lazy. Also the random campaign events are very dull and add little. I like the variety of campaign options and the partisan leans seem more or less correct. If this integrated a more interesting funding mechanism like 270 or more interesting campaign events (or both) it would be much more fun.
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What's new

Fall 2022 Update!

• Play the 2024 campaign
• Minor bug fixes