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United States Presidential Election, July 17, 2017
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  Heydrich Power FDR P3 Start
Candidate John Heydrich Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Party Republican Party Democratic Party
Electoral vote 399 139
Popular vote 83,437,690 52,171,361
Percentage 61.1% 38.2%

6th Presidential Election

Presidential election results map. Blue denotes
those won by Roosevelt, red denotes states won
by Heydrich. Numbers indicate electoral votes allotted
to the winner of each state.

President before election

Nicholas Kohl
Republican Party

President after election

John Heydrich
Republican Party

The Sixth Presidential Election was the first presidential election of POWER III. The election was the only one to have been fought by both in-game chairmen of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. The candidates were Franklin Delano Roosevelt (D), and John Heydrich (R), with Heydrich winning his first of four terms.

Though it initially looked relatively even, the Democratic Party was harmed during the campaign by a number of splits, including the Communist Party, the All Syndicalist Convention, and the Democratic People's Union. The result was a victory with ease by Heydrich, leading to a period of dominance by the Republican Party, that arguably lasted until the end of Heydrich's fourth term in September 2017.


Presidential Candidate Home State Popular Vote Electoral Vote
Count Percentage
John Heydrich Republican Party Texas 83,437,690 61.1% 399
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democratic Party California 52,171,361 38.2% 139
Blanche Lincoln Green Party Louisiana 776,583 0.6% 0
Amy Schnoppsheimer Libertarian Party Nevada 276,544 0.2% 0
Total 136,662,178 100% 538


Candidates, 6th Presidential Election
Republican power 3 Democratic power 3 Libertarian power 3 Green power 3
John Heydrich
of Texas
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
of California
Amy Schnoppsheimer
of Nevada
Blanche Lincoln
of Louisiana
for the Republican Party for the Democratic Party for the Libertarian Party for the Green Party
Heydrich Power
FDR P3 Start
Amy Schnoppsheimer
Blanche Lincoln
of Texas
of California

Presidential Elections