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Political Board Game Captures Presidential Delegate Race

The game was developed by two New Hampshire residents

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    Political Board Game Captures Presidential Delegate Race
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    The race for delegates in the presidential race is playing out not just in primaries but on a board game developed by two New Hampshire men.

    "Trunks 'N Asses" is named for the elephant and donkey symbols of the Republican and Democratic parties. It looks like a bit like Candyland and is played like Cards Against Humanity.

    Steve Polczwartek and Blake Amacker, co-workers in Keene, came up with the idea during their lunch breaks and are trying to raise $40,000 to get it produced. By Friday morning, backers of their kickstarter.com campaign had pledged about $700.

    The game features six candidates: Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio; Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders; and Vermin Supreme, a performance artist and perennial New Hampshire primary candidate.

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