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  1. Kingthero

    2020 Election BG Playthrough 2!

    Gonna be playing Biden and Haley
  2. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1971 Results Phase (Failed Senate 28/104) SB.3: "A bill has just reached the Senate Floor, which proposes to ban the ability for States to punish criminally and for Public Schools to fire those that teach evolution, contingent on the fact that they are also teaching creationism. If an individual is blatantly refusing to teach creationism, then they remain open to such punishment." End of 1971; Public Opinion Polls The President: 68% Liberal Party: 53% Conservative Party: 59% Socialist Party: 20% Libertarian Party: 4% -------------------------------------------------------------- SB.3 Public Support: 53%
  3. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1971 Vote Phase SB.3: A bill has just reached the Senate Floor, which proposes to ban the ability for States to punish criminally and for Public Schools to fire those that teach evolution, contingent on the fact that they are also teaching creationism. If an individual is blatantly refusing to teach creationism, then they remain open to such punishment. I already have the Conservative whip nay and the Socialist whip as nay, need @Hestia11's whip
  4. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1971 Debate/Amendment Phase Event 1: A bill has just reached the Senate Floor, which proposes to ban the ability for States to punish criminally and for Public Schools to fire those that teach evolution, contingent on the fact that they are also teaching creationism. If an individual is blatantly refusing to teach creationism, then they remain open to such punishment. @Reagan04 @Hestia11 @MBDemSoc
  5. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1971 Event 1: The major ongoing conflict in the nation right now is the fight between traditional conservative values and new, seemingly crazy new ideas. The vast majority of the population still support these conservative values, which is why the bill affirming the coined Lens Plan's values failing hurt the popularity of other parties. The population is making this struggle the biggest issue in the nation right now, and it is now time for the party leaders to take a side explaining their position on: creationism vs evolution, abstinence versus birth control, prayer vs no prayer, pledge vs no pledge, and ultimately funding for the positions. @Hestia11 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc Note: People who are not party leaders can try to climb to popularity by responding to these as well.´╗┐
  6. Kingthero

    2020 Board Game Idea

    I'll likely join for the second playthrough; I was hesitant because it was brand new (hell, I experienced the same hesitance of others in some of my own RP's), but now it seems very well put together and I'll likely participate next time.
  7. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1970 Results Phase This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for their 1971 Congressional Agenda, if they want. 1971 will work the same as 1969 did. If you like the way I am splitting it up between election stuff and legislation stuff, let me know. Sadly, this means the roleplay runs slower, but as long as people contribute I don't think anyone is rushing to the end. --- New York Gubernatorial: (S) Earl Hass - Libertarian Socialist - Former VP 19% (L) Charles Winchester - Loyalist - Secretary of State 30% (C) Bill Buckley - Christian - State Senator 51% The end was a strong push by all candidates, but the New Yorkers seemingly had their mind made beforehand and elected Buckley with a majority of the vote. California Gubernatorial: (S) Edmund Brook - Social Democrat - City District Attorney 8% (L) Joseph Klint - Loyalist - Representative 31% (C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Senator 61% Although Brook doubled his support in the last bit of time, the absence of Klint allowed Blake to easily win election with a majority of the vote. Texas Gubernatorial: (S) Freya Farnham - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 7% (L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Secretary of Agriculture 55% (I) Leon Fitzroy - Independent Conservative - Billionaire 4% (C) J.J. Lee - Christian - City Mayor 34% Although the Conservatives managed to flip some social conservatives in the last bit of the fight, the election was handily won by Ocean. Tennessee Gubernatorial: (S) Webster Andrews - Democratic Socialist - Representative 20% (L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - State Attorney General 46% (C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 34% The polls hardly changed, even with a completely invigorating end to the campaign. However, Blazer only won with a plurality. Minnesota Gubernatorial: (S) Hamilton Humphrey - Social Democrat - Former President 36% (L) Patty Sky - New Way - Former Lieutenant Governor 17% (C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Representative 47% This was one of the weirder elections, as it seems original supporters of Sky went to Amundsen, but Humphrey lost some supporters to Sky due to Sky's attacks on him. Amundsen only won by a plurality, however. --- Congress Liberals Loyalists: 30/44 Senate 20/44% House Secondary: 9/44 Senate 9/44% House New Way: 5/44 Senate 15/44% House Conservatives Moderates: 18/40 Senate 10/30% House Crusaders: 6/40 Senate 13/30% House Christians: 16/40 Senate 7/30% House Socialists Social Democrats: 9/15 Senate 9/19% House Democratic Socialists: 2/15 Senate 4/19% House Libertarian Socialists: 4/15 Senate 6/19% House Libertarians 5 Senators 7% of the House Although Conservative momentum is high in the country, it seems that the former Libertarians are going to the Liberals. The popular President is seemingly all that is in the way of a Conservative surge. --- I've decided to stop doing the various stats about the Nation: we are a modern nation now, and most of those don't even mean much. As public polling on legislation, parties, and still the President is now a thing, elections will use bill support versus actual country mood in voting.
  8. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1970 Candidate Final Statements Phase This section will allow for members of the same race to release their final statements, summing up platform goals. The next phase will be election results, along with Congressional results. Since none of you all campaigned, these next polls will be left nearly completely to the odds. New York Gubernatorial: (S) Earl Hass - Libertarian Socialist - Former VP 23% (L) Charles Winchester - Loyalist - Secretary of State 32% (C) Bill Buckley - Christian - State Senator 45% Charles Winchester had a major scandal, where his controversy against the current Vice President led to a lot of angry Liberal Secondary voters. Most of these voters went to Bill Buckley. California Gubernatorial: (S) Edmund Brook - Social Democrat - City District Attorney 4% (L) Joseph Klint - Loyalist - Representative 36% (C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Senator 60% Polls literally stayed the same. Texas Gubernatorial: (S) Freya Farnham - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 12% (L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Secretary of Agriculture 53% (I) Leon Fitzroy - Independent Conservative - Billionaire 6% (C) J.J. Lee - Christian - City Mayor 29% The left made steady gains in the polls. Tennessee Gubernatorial: (S) Webster Andrews - Democratic Socialist - Representative 20% (L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - State Attorney General 48% (C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 32% The polls rapidly changed as the Tennessee Supreme Court sentenced an evolutionist teacher to ten years in prison for "corrupting the minds of the children". Minnesota Gubernatorial: (S) Hamilton Humphrey - Social Democrat - Former President 41% (L) Patty Sky - New Way - Former Lieutenant Governor 17% (C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Representative 42% Patty Sky gets into a campaign fund scandal, turning this race into a two person race essentially. @Reagan04 @Hestia11 @MBDemSoc @Alexak1209
  9. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1970 Candidate Campaign Phase This section will allow for members of the same race to garner support and attack their opponents. The next phase will be more individual race polls, which will also include final statements before the next election. New York Gubernatorial: (S) Earl Hass - Libertarian Socialist - Former VP 22% (L) Charles Winchester - Loyalist - Secretary of State 41% (C) Bill Buckley - Christian - State Senator 37% California Gubernatorial: (S) Edmund Brook - Social Democrat - City District Attorney 4% (L) Joseph Klint - Loyalist - Representative 36% (C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Senator 60% Texas Gubernatorial: (S) Freya Farnham - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 9% (L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Secretary of Agriculture 47% (I) Leon Fitzroy - Independent Conservative - Billionaire 12% (C) J.J. Lee - Christian - City Mayor 32% Tennessee Gubernatorial: (S) Webster Andrews - Democratic Socialist - Representative 17% (L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - State Attorney General 42% (C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 41% Minnesota Gubernatorial: (S) Hamilton Humphrey - Social Democrat - Former President 39% (L) Patty Sky - New Way - Former Lieutenant Governor 27% (C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Representative 34% @Reagan04 @Hestia11 @MBDemSoc @Alexak1209
  10. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1970 Candidate Phase Off-years will be focused on election campaigns for midterms. In the first phase, people will be able to enter various stated gubernatorial primaries in order to establish characters or shift regions. The next phase will be the campaigning phase. New York Gubernatorial: California Gubernatorial: Texas Gubernatorial: Tennessee Gubernatorial: Minnesota Gubernatorial: If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested. @Reagan04 @Hestia11 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @TheMiddlePolitical
  11. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    End of 1969; Public Opinion Polls The President: 72% Liberal Party: 61% Conservative Party: 72% Socialist Party: 21% Libertarian Party: 7% -------------------------------------------------------------- HB.1 Public Support: 81% C.R.1 Public Support: 69% SB.1 Public Support: 62% HB.2 Public Support: 66% SB.2 Public Support: 60% HB.3 Public Support: 66%
  12. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    If you all want to go ahead; I don't oppose it.
  13. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    1969 RESULTS Phase --- President Acts on Legislation, and End of the Year Debate Occurs Note: I will actually have whole party and caucus totals for votes, but to save me from insanity I will only give them upon request (Its taken me hours to build a partially automated spreadsheet, and typing in anymore text right now just makes me want to gag). (Passes House 70%, Passes Senate 78/104) HB.1: "A bill has just reached the House Floor, which proposes to raise the reserve count to 300,000 through various recruitment drives. However, we will lose up to 50% of our surplus gain to help equip and pay for these reserves. Any additional funds will be re-directed to military research and development´╗┐." It takes forever to do one of these manually, so this is when I decided to spend many hours making a spreadsheet... (Passes House 81%, Passes Senate 87/104) C.R.1: "A concurrent resolution has just reached the Senate Floor, which makes it a message of Congress that steps should be taken to allow the gradual decolonization of occupied areas, as long as they are transitioned into a well-functioning democracy.´╗┐ Congress recommends that the United States send election monitors to aid in democratic newly independent or transitioning nations." (Passes House 71%, Passes Senate 83/104) SB.1: "A bill has just reached the Senate Floor, which allows for the creation of the DEA, supervised under the Attorney General, to enforce any drug laws created by Congress. The DEA's primary purpose is to help the States deal with any drug related problem. Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin, LSD, and other illicit Narcotics and Opiates are the DEA's primary focus. The DEA will also sponsor rehabilitation centers where people that have become addicted to any form of drug can enter with full amnesty to heal and rehabilitate." (Passes House 70%, Passes Senate 62/104) HB.2: "The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shall be created, which duties include promoting public health, regulating drugs outside the control of other Government agencies, and regulating the process of food production." (Passes House 61%, Passes Senate 64/104) SB.2: "Circuit Court Justices must be limited to one fifteen year term, while Supreme Court Justices are limited to twenty year terms, and once the twenty year term is served the President may choose to re-nominate the Justice or nominate a new candidate." (Fails House 39%) HB.3: "Federal funding to States that mandate abstinence only education, support traditional definitions of sex, and promote moral values." American Polling will occur AFTER the President acts. @Hestia11
  14. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    When things are quoted I tend to overlook them haha. Results will be soon
  15. Kingthero

    New Historical President RP

    Conservatives still must vote.
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