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  • Birthday 06/01/1999

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    Vexillology, Politics, Anybody-But-Bloomberg 2020, Yang 2028, DnD, History,

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  1. Birch Bayh Favorite-Son Campaign Launch In Terre Haute, Indiana Holding a campaign rally in his hometown of Terre Haute, Indiana to kick off his Favorite-Son campaign in the state, Birch Bayh, still riding off of the notoriety he had gathered with his creation of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, would give a stirring speech in front of Hoosiers from all across Indiana. In this speech, he would implore them to vote in the state's Democratic Primary for someone who will not only fight for Indiana, but also for the ideals of equality and of a democratic society at the Democratic Convention set to be held in late August. "Hello, Terre Haute! It is great to be back in one's hometown after so long away. But, you know, while I've been away, I've created an Amendment to the US Constitution, so though I've been gone, I've been making sure to do my honest work as a civil servant in representing Indiana and this beautiful city. And that's why I'm here today to launch my Favorite-Son campaign for this state's vote in the Democratic nominating process. Because I am a civil servant looking to fight for Indiana. I'm here because when the Democratic Convention happens in August, I want to be there with this state's delegation set to vote for me, because I will fight for Indiana and for the ideals Indiana needs to make heard at that Convention. I am here as an honest civil servant, asking for your vote in this state's Democratic Primary, because I am here to represent Indiana. I am here launching my campaign to make sure that the Democratic Party's platform this Election is one representing Indiana and the ideals our state upholds. I am not just here to grab your vote just because I'm a Hoosier. Instead, I'm here to grab it because I am a principled civil servant who will fight for the ideals of an equal society at the Democratic Convention. I will fight to make sure that the Democratic Party supports defending and expanding on the progress of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, supports the Equal Rights Amendment, supports abolishing the Electoral College, and supports creating a well functioning and prosperous government. I will fight to make sure that the Democratic Party supports these policies at the National Convention, and I will fight to make sure that the Democratic Party believes that every Hoosier and that every American should be an equal member of society! If the Democratic Party is really democratic, they will rally around these policies, as these policies uphold the democratic and equal spirit our nation was founded on. We need someone ready to ensure that these policies are accepted at the Convention. We need someone to make sure that the Democratic Party is after an equal society, and we need someone at that Convention ready represent Indiana! I am the candidate to represent you, Indiana, and all I need is your vote and support in this Primary if I am to represent this state and change the Democratic Party forever! Thank you for coming out to this campaign launch, and let's get to work winning this state's Primary."
  2. Favorite-Son Birch Bayh, please.
  3. If people are still busy, or if interest in this has died, I understand and you may contact me here or in my DMs.
  4. @Hestia11 @BetOnBeto @Edouard @WVProgressive @TheMiddlePolitical @Kingthero @Cenzonico @TheLiberalKitten @Zenobiyl @Mr.Blood @MishFox Over the past few weeks I've treated the lack of activity here as an unofficial break meant to give people breathing room, especially in the academic area, an area that kept me somewhat busy as well. However, I feel an adequate amount of time has passed to remind you all that regardless of breaks in activity this RP exists and does need people's events to be made so that we may move on to the next turn.
  5. We are still on the same turn as yesterday, so everyone can post their events.
  6. Polling Below! Republican Party(Republican Coalition): 17% - 1007(-70) Members of Parliament @BetOnBeto The Progressives(Democratic-Progressive Coalition): 16.5% - 940(+60) Members Of Parliament @WVProgressive Democratic Party(Democratic Coalition): 16% - 828(+100) Members Of Parliament @Edouard The True Conservatives(Republican Coalition): 13% 782(+50) Members Of Parliament @Kingthero The Democratic Socialists Of America(Democratic-Progressive Coalition): 11.5% - 686(+0) Members Of Parliament @TheMiddlePolitical The Republic's Defenders(Never Trumper Coalition): 7.5% 438(-50) Members Of Parliament @Cenzonico The Centre Bloc(No Coalition): 5% - 262(-50) Members Of Parliament @TheLiberalKitten Unity Party(Never Trumper Coalition): 4.5% - 126(-50) Members Of Parliament @Zenobiyl California National Party(No Coalition): 3.5% - 127(-10) Members Of Parliament @Hestia11 The Humanity Front(No Coalition): 2.5% - 121(-30) Members Of Parliament(Did not campaign) @Mr.Blood The Libertarian Party(No Coalition): 2.5% - 72(+50) Members Of Parliament @MishFox 5380 Members Of Parliament, 2690 required to reach a majority. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- California Polling: CNP: 23% The Progressives: 17% Democratic Party: 14% Republican Party: 14% DSA: 14% The Republic's Defenders: 8% Unity Party: 4% The Humanity Front: 3% The Centre Bloc: 3% The True Conservatives: 1% The Libertarian Party: 0%
  7. Event 1: Effort Score: 10 D10 Roll: 2 Total Score: 12 A semi-strong reception is given for taking a stand on COVID-19. Event 2: Effort Score: 10 D10 Roll: 1 Total Score: 11 An okay reception is given for the stand taken by Cuomo Event 3: Effort Score: 10 D10 Roll: 10 Total Score: 20 An effect roll of 1 mean it does not go viral, but either way, an amazingly strong event. Overall, a strong week.
  8. Event 1: Effort Grade: 10 D10 Roll: 9 Total Score: 19 An effect roll of 7 causes the event to go viral! The True Conservatives appear to be eating into the support of the Republicans in the Midwest. Event 2: Effort Grade: 10 D10 Roll: 5 Total Score: 15 A strong reception helps to continue turning the True Conservatives into the Minority-Friendly member of the Republican Coalition. Event 3: Effort Grade: 10 D10 Roll: 6 Total Score: 16 Many find the Pie Eating competition to be a fun, yet heartfelt, venture by Cruz, and some in the media spread the fun story. A strong week. Event 1: Effort Grade: 5(I will be easy on you, especially because you gave a valid excuse, an excuse I know all too well ) D10 Roll: 8 Total Score: 13 Many find Californian healthcare to be an issue ignored by Washington. Event 2: Effort Grade: 5 D10 Roll: 1 Total Score: 6 The attack is ineffective, and even helps the DSA slightly. Event 3: Effort Grade: 5 D10 Roll: 5 Total Score: 10 Everything, is average. Overall, an okay week. Event 1: Effort Score: 7 D10 Roll: 1 Total Score: 8 Could have progressed better, and outside of the college event, and student protesters make a fuss. Event 2: Effort Score: 7 D10 Roll: 4 Total Score: 11 The event goes well, and Florida is a shining spot for the Republicans in the South, as the True Conservatives advance. Event 3: Effort Score: 6 D10 Roll: 5 Total Score: 11 The event goes well. An okay week, but outshined by the True Conservatives. Event 1: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 10 Total Score: 14 A strong turnout makes for a strong event. Event 2: Effort Score: 5 D10 Roll: 6 Total Score: 11 A better than expected showing in weak area for the Progressives. Event 3: Effort Score: 5 D10 Roll: 10 Total Score: 15 An strong event, with good coverage behind it. Overall, a good week. Event 1: Effort Score: 5 D10 Roll: 8 Total Score: 13 A strong event for a weakened Party. Event 2: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 6 Total Score: 10 An okay event, in unfamiliar territory for Libertarians. Event 3: Effort Score: 5 D10 Roll: 10 Total Score: 15 A strong event in a stronghold for the Party. A strong week putting the Party on the path to rehabilitation. Event 1: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 5 Total Score: 9 The tour is ridden with small scheduling errors, but goes okay otherwise. Event 2: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 4 Total Score: 8 Hecklers riddle the events, causing some to leave. Event 3: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 10 Total Score: 14 Makes up for lost ground from other events. Overall, average week. Event 1: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 6 Total Score: 10 Goes, okay, with no real news. Event 2: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 7 Total Score: 11 Goes well in an unfavorable area. Event 3: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 4 Total Score: 8 Goes, questionably, with a coffee spilled on Joe at one event. Overall, could be a better week. Event 1: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 10 Total Score: 14 Strong events makes New York a possible fertile soil for the Party. Event 2: Effort Score: 5 D10 Roll: 5 Total Score: 10 A painfully average event, doing little. Event 3: Effort Score: 5 D10 Roll: 3 Total Score: 8 Alaska is friendly to the Party, but the ad is not too well received. Overall, okay week. Event 1: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 8 Total Score: 12 Nevada is a semi-strong state for the Party. Event 2: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 5 Total Score: 9 People seem to hold their applause at Jeb!'s endorsement. Event 3: Effort Score: 4 D10 Roll: 6 Total Score: 10 Campaign infrastructure does nothing, nothing at all. Okay week. (Am grading @Edouard, and will make a new post for him. I just needed to post this early because the site was not saving my work when I switched pages)
  9. Okay, everyone, with today ending, I am now free from tight schedules for the foreseeable future. Polling will now arrive on a regular schedule, and I will have polling for our last turn out soon.
  10. I am sorry that I was unable to put polling out today. I was busier than expected, but you may continue posting your events for the next turn tomorrow, and I will have polling out tomorrow afternoon/evening.
  11. I will have polling out sometime today, and you all can start your events for the next turn.
  12. Just because @Edouard is still MIA for this turn, I will delay it for another day, or at least until Edouard responds, and I have the time for polling.
  13. As a note, I am extremely busy today, so the current turn we are on is being extended another day.
  14. As a note, we are still holding the turn I started yesterday, so if you already posted your events, you are off today.
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