quanitive thinking for decision making, Mathematics

two Indiana state senate candidates must decide which city to visit the day before the november election. The same four cities are available for both candidates. These cities are listed as strategies 1 to 4 for each candidate. Travel planes must be made in advance, so the candidates must decide which city to visit prior to knowing the other candidates planes. values in the following table show thousand of votes for the republician candidate beased on the strategies seleceted by the two candidates. which city should each candidate visit and what is the value of the game
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