Notable Games about Elections and Politics
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Political electioneering seems an especially applicable theme for a boardgame. Like boardgames, elections have rules of engagement and rules for keeping score. They involve both strategic and tactical judgments that usually encompass both mathematical and topological problems.

And yet it seems rare that boardgames, anymore, are devoted to theme of elections and politics. There are some, to be sure, but far fewer top-flight contemporary boardgames than one might expect based on the suitability of the theme. It may be that politics, less so than war but still somewhat, strikes game designers as an unsavory subject.

This is a survey of notable political games that have appeared over the years. I hope that knowledgable players will feel free to add selections and comments.

In doing this survey, I found myself surprised by the erosion of the fashion of election-related themes over the years. To be sure, there are many games today that are about "area influence" and have loose themes of political jockeying. Two that come to mind are El Grande and San Marco. They are not, however, what I am after here. Determining who can place the most cubes in various sections of the board is not a sufficiently explicit use of theme to satisfy the purpose of this list.

This list is dedicated to those games that are truly about simulating the challenge of winning elections. Games in which you plot election strategy as do the power brokers in real life -- preferably incorporating such activities as campaigning, fundraising, advertising, developing a marketable philosophy, and forming coalitions. More often as not, games that I found that matched this description tended to be of an older pedigree.

Let me state up front three categories of games that I would like to exclude from this list:

1) Mean-spirited games whose purpose is to ridicule a class of people, a political philosophy, a political party, or a political figure. Though some might find it entertaining to play a game about President Clinton that comes in a cigar-shaped box (and yes, I found such a game on BGG), that is not at all my interest. I make one exception to this below, and reserve the right to delete those that might be added.

2) Games that are about in-game politicking without a real-world political theme. Rette Sich Wer Kann, no doubt, has real politicking going on, but it's not about real-life retail politics. There are many games that are designed to encourage politics among the players, but again, that is not what I am after.

3) Area influence games in which the political theme is quite loose and tacked on. This is a judgment call, but per above, I would put El Grande and San Marco in this category. Not sufficiently dedicated to reproducing the political processes of the systems they depict.

I hope that this list will stimulate some renewed interest in political-themed games. I don't believe that this fertile field for game development has yet been fully harvested.
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1. Board Game: Mr. President [Average Rating:6.59 Overall Rank:4276]
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Mr. President is the protoypical example of an election-simulating game. One runs candidates for office, each of whom has his special strengths and weaknesses, and his own automatic advantages in different regions of the country. The game includes fundraising, advertising, and a lot of campaigning.

This game seems to have held up reasonably well over the years, though there are reviewers who believe it shows its age and contains too much luck.
 
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2. Board Game: Consensus [Average Rating:7.61 Unranked]
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Here's an intriguing game from 1966 that has only two ratings on BGG, both very enthusiastic. The box top indicates that it is a game of strategy, with no chance, and is designed to demonstrate how American presidential candidates must develop a strategy around the electoral college.
 
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3. Board Game: Credibility Gap [Average Rating:6.33 Unranked]
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This is my one exception to my self-imposed rule of not including games that are mocking or satirical. This 1967 game (from the Johnson Administration) is a real period piece, and because I laughed out loud when reading the description, I excerpt it here:

"The CREDIBILITY GAP game is intended purely for the entertainment of its players. It is not intended to have any special reference to the present Administration in Washington whose concern for the truth is well known. Ideally the players should regard the game as set in some distant future time." With this "Tranquilizing Myth", 2-4 players are invited to partake in Credibility Gap, a political satire game published during the time when the term "credibility gap" was in greatest vogue. It remains equally timely today. Players ferret out the Truths of the Administration from the Big Wheel, recognizing Brittle Analogies, Solemn Platitudes, and other variants while avoiding the dreaded Snow Job. . . "

Political satire ain't what it used to be.
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4. Board Game: Landslide [Average Rating:6.12 Overall Rank:7136]
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This is a Parker Brothers game from 1971. Some describe it as a dice roller, light and luck-filled, but it gets a respectable number of positive reviews even today. Some say that it was an important education for them, and others note that it has a decent amount of real strategy to it. Sounds like the publishers deserve credit for creating an accessible game that offered some things to ruminate upon.
 
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5. Board Game: Election [Average Rating:6.86 Overall Rank:6013]
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This game from 1972 covers UK elections. It still gets very good ratings, even among some who say that it shows its age. No ratings lower than 6, pretty good for a game of its period.
 
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6. Board Game: Calculate! [Average Rating:6.15 Unranked] [Average Rating:6.15 Unranked]
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Inside this Sid Sackson book (listed here as being published in 1979, but in my memory an older book) is a game entitled "Run for President." The games in this book were played on a hand calculator, and Run for President was by far the most interesting game of the group. Like some of the other games above, the essence of the game was picking the right states to visit, so as to get that precious majority in the electoral college. Memory and mental calculation ruled in this game.
 
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7. Board Game: Campaign Trail [Average Rating:6.54 Overall Rank:6547]
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One from the early 1980s, with, according to the description, a "cheery luck factor." The ratings are decent but not spectacular, but the praise from the biggest enthusiasts is quite fulsome. The word "fun" is employed a lot.

Not entirely sure why the US is shown with the south side on top.
 
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8. Board Game: Junta [Average Rating:6.75 Overall Rank:949]
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Now we come to a different style of politics, 1985's Junta. The goal here isn't to get the most electoral votes, but the most money in your swiss bank account. A lot of backstabbing in this one, it has a reputation as a deliciously nasty game.
 
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9. Board Game: Die Macher [Average Rating:7.65 Overall Rank:185]
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And now we come to the gold standard of political games, the German Die Macher. The objective is to be the strongest party in the national legislature after a series of regional elections. I've never played it, and can only wonder whether it is the modern boardgame that would succeed, for me, in doing what Mr. President tried so valiantly to do in 1965.
 
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10. Board Game: Kremlin [Average Rating:6.98 Overall Rank:851]
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Now to yet another form of politics. "You are looking awfully nervous today, Comrade. Are you feeling guilty about something. . . ?" Not all nations' political systems are about the sort of geographic and mathematical strategizing that is paramount in games about US presidential elections. Some require different skills entirely. The master of the political intrigue in this game will be the one who is, in the end, waving gingerly at the May Day parade.
 
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11. Board Game: Koalition [Average Rating:6.44 Overall Rank:5065]
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Even among democracies, different systems require different political skills. Koalition is a game from the early 1990s in which negotiation becomes very important because building coalitions is the essential skill. Seems also to have a fair amount of nastiness, in terms of trying to implicate your opponents in scandals and other bad fortune.
 
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12. Board Game: Liberté [Average Rating:7.17 Overall Rank:697]
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This favorite of Joe Gola was a "maybe" for this list, and in the end I put it on because it is, after all, about prevailing in elections for the Estates General. Not having played it, I can't tell whether it leans more towards the El Grande not-really-about-politics side, or more towards the Mr. President this-is-really-about-elections side. Regardless, it is a very highly regarded game, one of the few highly-praised recent publications on the subject of elections.
 
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13. Board Game: Road to the White House [Average Rating:6.13 Overall Rank:5763]
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Played this a bunch when it came out. A lot of fun - highly recommended. It plays longer (an evening) than some others, but, worth the time.
 
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14. Board Game: There Oughta Be a Law [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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"There Oughta Be A Law".

Odd little game I picked up a few years ago about money, pork barrel politics and passing laws.

I'm the only owner of the game on BGG.
 
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15. Board Game: Risky Strategy [Average Rating:5.20 Overall Rank:13310]
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I suppose this fits...
 
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16. Board Game: Scamboozle [Average Rating:7.17 Unranked]
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I find this little known game about Canadian politics particularly timely. As some of you may know, we have a minority government up here, wheeling and dealing their way around every obstacle. This year has seen the government come close to falling about three times. Our Opposition Party sat in the House of Commons, singing "Nah, nah, hey, hey, hey; goodbyeeeee" ...and I wish I was kidding. Only last minute deals, floor crossers, and little known archaic Parliamentary procedure have kept our leading party afloat.

This game deals with players as Members of Parliament who have to debate on random issues, and then win over the other players to vote on their side..offering whatever they have to. The winner is the one who eventually works their way up to the office of Prime Minister. Great fun as people try to spin their way around the issues and say ANYTHING to get votes.
 
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19. Board Game: Westminster [Average Rating:4.68 Overall Rank:14324]
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Don't forget the UK, we have one of the oldest (and frankly outdated) political systems in the world!

 
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20. Board Game: Minister [Average Rating:4.76 Overall Rank:14818]
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I'm one of the few people on BGG who enjoys it, but it definitely fits the theme...
 
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21. Board Game: Game of Politics [Average Rating:5.35 Unranked]
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The 1935 release is an excellent game, with the luck of the dice nicely balanced out by auctions for event cards. The 1952 edition eliminated the event cards, and is notably inferior. Consensus seems to be derived from this game.
 
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22. Board Game: In the Shadow of the Emperor [Average Rating:6.93 Overall Rank:838]
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While this isn't about modern political campaigns, it is all about electing the holy roman emperor. I figured since Liberte is here that his one fits too, but no problem if you want to remove it Chuckles.
 
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23. Board Game: Caesar & Cleopatra [Average Rating:6.44 Overall Rank:1431]
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Caesar & Cleopatra is a pretty good 2-player political game about peddling influence to various Roman politicians.
 
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24. Board Game: Der Fuhrer [Average Rating:6.83 Unranked]
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Players representing different political parties vie for control of pre-Nazi Germany. This is a little-known game.
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25. Board Game: Red Empire [Average Rating:5.87 Overall Rank:8983]
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I remember this one fondly and recently found a Shrink wrapped copy among my collection from some time back, I really need to get it out again and see if it plays half as well as I remember. This definatly had the political theme and feel to it as you had to cooperate while still trying to advance your own cause.
 
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