matthewyoung123 Posted November 24, 2022 Share Posted November 24, 2022 In the 1840 play test, James K Polk won the 1852 and 1856 election for President, but didn't have a mandate either time. Party preference in 1860 is about neutral (+1 Red) and several ideologies are +3 Blue for enthusiasm. He has won the 3rd Seminole War and has a Natonal +1 for a Kingmaker relationship. However, there is a deep ongoing Domestic Stability crisis and he has a -1 in New England (a Whig stronghold) because of putting down John Browns slave rebellion. He also took historical losses in the midterms of 1858. So, should the frail and unlikable James K Polk (who has already lives past hia historical death date) run for a 3rd term, or retire and let someone else lead? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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