MrPotatoTed Posted April 20, 2022 Share Posted April 20, 2022 @vcczar @Rezi @Hestia @10centjimmy @themiddlepolitical @Arkansas Progressive @Cal @jvikings1 @ConservativeElector2 and anyone else who wants to weigh in. I'm hoping to start reviewing and making suggestions/edits to the election rules within the week. I'm especially thinking about House elections, given that it's a simplified version of how the House really works (not having all 435 seats/races, just "the 1-3 most important Reps/races" for each state. Currently, in states with more than one "important Rep/seat" (due to population of that state), you specify which seat you're running for. So a candidate running for GA-1 is never in competition against anyone of either party running for GA-2. This can also lead to situations where the incumbent for GA-1 and the incumbent of GA-2 decide to run against each other for the GA-1 seat, while outsiders run for the GA-2 seat. Does this make sense? Should it be more of a free-for-all...there's still two GA seats, but now it's the top two contenders overall without primaries at all? Or there still are primaries, but all GA Rep candidates are competing in both races simultaneously? I open the floor for discussion on elections in general, but especially about whether the House races are working for you as-is or should be changed in some way. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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