WE'VE RECENTLY UPDATED OUR ELECTION RULES TO INCLUDE ANSWERS TO SOME OF YOUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR FEEDBACK. THE PDF CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE:
Q: HOW MANY DICE DO YOU ROLL WHEN YOU GO FUNDRAISING?
A: You roll two dice and pick up a politics card.
Q: DO YOU NEED 55 VOTES TO WIN CALIFORNIA?
A: No, just 1 vote (chip) could take control of California's 55 Electoral Votes. At any
one time, each state is Republican (Red), Democrat (Blue) or Neutral. You gain control
and are awarded a state's electoral votes by allocating a controlling number of votes
(chips) to that state.
Q: MAY I USE ALL MY SAVED POLITICS CARDS ON THE LAST TURN?
A: No. You may only use 1 Politics Card each turn.
Q: DO I HAVE TO DECLARE THE STATE I WILL FUNDRAISE IN OR THE 3 STATES
I WILL CAMPAIGN IN BEFORE ROLLING?
A: Yes. You must declare what state you will fundraise in or which 3 states you will
campaign in before rolling.
WEBMAP™ CALCULATOR QUESTIONS
Q: WHAT DO I DO IF MY WEBMAP CALCULATOR IS NOT WORKING ON MY PC?
A: First make sure that you are entering your access code in all lowercase! The code is case-sensitive.
Second, the WebMap Calculator requires an HTML 5 compatible browser, so first check that you are running the latest available version of your web browser that your operating system supports.
Some suggested browsers are Internet Explorer 9, Chrome v20.x, Safari v5.x, or Firefox 14.x.
_The operating system and version that you are running.
_The web browser and version you are using.
_A description of the problem you are having.
Q: WHAT DO I DO IF MY WEBMAP CALCULATOR IS NOT WORKING ON MY
TABLET OR SMARTPHONE?
A: First make sure that you are entering your access code in all lowercase! The code is case-sensitive. Many smartphones and tablets have auto-fill or auto-correct turned on as a default. You may find information about how to turn this feature off when using the WebMap by referring to your phone or tablet's user guide or visiting the manufacturer's website.
Furthermore you may experience issues on older devices that aren't HTML 5 capable.