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11 hours ago, vcczar said:

 

1) Mr. President, many national and state politicians supported the Constitution with the promise of a Bill of Rights. Do you support the efforts of creating a Bill of Rights? Some oppose the creation of the Bill of Rights, as it might imply that the rights that aren't listed are not rights. However, this seems to be the view of a minority of Federalists only. 

Bunt: I support a Bill of Rights.

11 hours ago, vcczar said:

2) Mr. President, we have been fighting Indians in the Northwest Territory (what would become Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan) for about four years. As you are now the executive of our nation do you wish to continue this Indian War? If yes, we should be able to clear that land for settlement, and construct Forts for defense. If not, what do you expect to do with this territory that we claim? 

We should issue an ultimatum to all the tribes, either civilize and be allowed to settle in this territory as citizens, or refuse and continue to fight a doomed fight against civilization.

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27 minutes ago, WVProgressive said:

We should issue an ultimatum to all the tribes, either civilize and be allowed to settle in this territory as citizens, or refuse and continue to fight a doomed fight against civilization.

Joseph Chamberlain has spoken! :S

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Jefferson Bunt's First Term Results: 

The First term of Jefferson Bunt saw the addition of KY and VT as new states. Economically, Bunt saw the creation of a new federal currency, the establishment of a protective tariff for revenue, the assumption of state debts, and more importantly, the creation of a National Bank. Socially, to balance out policy that favors the North, Bunt has accepted the Fugitive Slave Act. Bunt also gave his support in moving the capital from the North to a middle area (future DC), as well as his support for the passage of a Bill of Rights. Militarily, Bunt continued the Northwest Indian War after the tribes refused an ultimatum. [Historically, Bunt follows Washington, except for some rhetorical differences.]

 
State of the Union Following Bunt's Decisions

National Strength: 3rd-tier country. The US now includes KY and VT. 

Military Strength: Weak, with no professional army and no navy. Our ally France is having internal problems. Britain is strengthened in Europe. 

Military engagements: Northwest Indian War continues into it's 8th year, but appears to be on the verge of winding down in victory. 

Economy: Weak, and in debt, but the economy is slowly growing. The outlook is hopeful, as revenue is slowly creeping in. Not much manufacturing and industrial production outside New England. Outlook for production growth is hopeful with the new bank and tariffs.. Very agrarian in the South, but profitable. 

Trade: Protective Tariff allows for industrial growth in New England as well as revenue. The South opposes this tariff as it somewhat restricts their profits. International trade is very restricted, as Britain and her allies will not trade with us. France is undergoing its own problems, stifling her trade. 

Budget: Small, and any revenue we gather is going to paying off the national debt. 

Social Harmony: Slight tension between Northern and Southern economies and world view. The South and West opposes the government's economic policies, but there is no threat of disunion at the moment. Some Northerners are upset about the Fugitive Slave Act as contradicts their Free State status. 

Immigration: Limited, but non-restrictive. Mostly Protestant Scots-Irish, Protestant French, and a few Protestant Germans arrive, but they do not yet pose a danger to our more English-descent Protestant Culture. 

Mood of the people: Positive and proud with mild grumblings in the South. and lands West of the Appalachians. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: High, with a 70% chance of reelection. 

Party Power: Federalists dominate the Senate and the Supreme Court. The US House and Governorships are now evenly split between Federalists and the new Republican Party, composed primarily of Anti-Federalists and mostly Southern, States Rights former Federalists. 

@WVProgressive @Reagan04 @Sami @Kingthero @vcczar @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @LokiLoki22 @Lyly @TheMiddlePolitical

Who Will Challenge Federalist Jefferson Bunt for the presidency if he seeks a 2nd term? Who will aim to run for the vice presidency? [Please create a first and last name for your character, a home state, their office, their party (Fed or Rep), and some sort of response to Bunt's presidency that will allow us to see your potential platform. You have 24 hours to make a candidate. Please quote this entire message when responding to anything on this post.]

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9 hours ago, vcczar said:
Jefferson Bunt's First Term Results: 

The First term of Jefferson Bunt saw the addition of KY and VT as new states. Economically, Bunt saw the creation of a new federal currency, the establishment of a protective tariff for revenue, the assumption of state debts, and more importantly, the creation of a National Bank. Socially, to balance out policy that favors the North, Bunt has accepted the Fugitive Slave Act. Bunt also gave his support in moving the capital from the North to a middle area (future DC), as well as his support for the passage of a Bill of Rights. Militarily, Bunt continued the Northwest Indian War after the tribes refused an ultimatum. [Historically, Bunt follows Washington, except for some rhetorical differences.]

 
State of the Union Following Bunt's Decisions

National Strength: 3rd-tier country. The US now includes KY and VT. 

Military Strength: Weak, with no professional army and no navy. Our ally France is having internal problems. Britain is strengthened in Europe. 

Military engagements: Northwest Indian War continues into it's 8th year, but appears to be on the verge of winding down in victory. 

Economy: Weak, and in debt, but the economy is slowly growing. The outlook is hopeful, as revenue is slowly creeping in. Not much manufacturing and industrial production outside New England. Outlook for production growth is hopeful with the new bank and tariffs.. Very agrarian in the South, but profitable. 

Trade: Protective Tariff allows for industrial growth in New England as well as revenue. The South opposes this tariff as it somewhat restricts their profits. International trade is very restricted, as Britain and her allies will not trade with us. France is undergoing its own problems, stifling her trade. 

Budget: Small, and any revenue we gather is going to paying off the national debt. 

Social Harmony: Slight tension between Northern and Southern economies and world view. The South and West opposes the government's economic policies, but there is no threat of disunion at the moment. Some Northerners are upset about the Fugitive Slave Act as contradicts their Free State status. 

Immigration: Limited, but non-restrictive. Mostly Protestant Scots-Irish, Protestant French, and a few Protestant Germans arrive, but they do not yet pose a danger to our more English-descent Protestant Culture. 

Mood of the people: Positive and proud with mild grumblings in the South. and lands West of the Appalachians. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: High, with a 70% chance of reelection. 

Party Power: Federalists dominate the Senate and the Supreme Court. The US House and Governorships are now evenly split between Federalists and the new Republican Party, composed primarily of Anti-Federalists and mostly Southern, States Rights former Federalists. 

@WVProgressive @Reagan04 @Sami @Kingthero @vcczar @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @LokiLoki22 @Lyly @TheMiddlePolitical

Who Will Challenge Federalist Jefferson Bunt for the presidency if he seeks a 2nd term? Who will aim to run for the vice presidency? [Please create a first and last name for your character, a home state, their office, their party (Fed or Rep), and some sort of response to Bunt's presidency that will allow us to see your potential platform. You have 24 hours to make a candidate. Please quote this entire message when responding to anything on this post.]

Mr.Timothy Stockton  the buisnessman from the great state of Pensylvannia announces he will be running for President as Republican.

Platform:

Military Strength:Create professional army and navy,get closer to Britain in foreign policy.

Miltary engagements:Continue the war until the final victory.

Economy:Decentralize economy.

Trade:Scale down tarriff,participate in global free trade more actively especially with Britain and France.

Immigration:Tougher checks on people coming to this country.

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19 minutes ago, Rodja said:

OOC:Will the primaries be happening?

As this as a fast RP, the primaries/Convention will be done automatically. I create odds based off your platform in relation to the time, and then I roll dice. This is done both for the Conventions and the General Election. The first few elections don't even have conventions. 

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2 hours ago, vcczar said:
Jefferson Bunt's First Term Results: 

The First term of Jefferson Bunt saw the addition of KY and VT as new states. Economically, Bunt saw the creation of a new federal currency, the establishment of a protective tariff for revenue, the assumption of state debts, and more importantly, the creation of a National Bank. Socially, to balance out policy that favors the North, Bunt has accepted the Fugitive Slave Act. Bunt also gave his support in moving the capital from the North to a middle area (future DC), as well as his support for the passage of a Bill of Rights. Militarily, Bunt continued the Northwest Indian War after the tribes refused an ultimatum. [Historically, Bunt follows Washington, except for some rhetorical differences.]

 
State of the Union Following Bunt's Decisions

National Strength: 3rd-tier country. The US now includes KY and VT. 

Military Strength: Weak, with no professional army and no navy. Our ally France is having internal problems. Britain is strengthened in Europe. 

Military engagements: Northwest Indian War continues into it's 8th year, but appears to be on the verge of winding down in victory. 

Economy: Weak, and in debt, but the economy is slowly growing. The outlook is hopeful, as revenue is slowly creeping in. Not much manufacturing and industrial production outside New England. Outlook for production growth is hopeful with the new bank and tariffs.. Very agrarian in the South, but profitable. 

Trade: Protective Tariff allows for industrial growth in New England as well as revenue. The South opposes this tariff as it somewhat restricts their profits. International trade is very restricted, as Britain and her allies will not trade with us. France is undergoing its own problems, stifling her trade. 

Budget: Small, and any revenue we gather is going to paying off the national debt. 

Social Harmony: Slight tension between Northern and Southern economies and world view. The South and West opposes the government's economic policies, but there is no threat of disunion at the moment. Some Northerners are upset about the Fugitive Slave Act as contradicts their Free State status. 

Immigration: Limited, but non-restrictive. Mostly Protestant Scots-Irish, Protestant French, and a few Protestant Germans arrive, but they do not yet pose a danger to our more English-descent Protestant Culture. 

Mood of the people: Positive and proud with mild grumblings in the South. and lands West of the Appalachians. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: High, with a 70% chance of reelection. 

Party Power: Federalists dominate the Senate and the Supreme Court. The US House and Governorships are now evenly split between Federalists and the new Republican Party, composed primarily of Anti-Federalists and mostly Southern, States Rights former Federalists. 

@WVProgressive @Reagan04 @Sami @Kingthero @vcczar @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @LokiLoki22 @Lyly @TheMiddlePolitical

Who Will Challenge Federalist Jefferson Bunt for the presidency if he seeks a 2nd term? Who will aim to run for the vice presidency? [Please create a first and last name for your character, a home state, their office, their party (Fed or Rep), and some sort of response to Bunt's presidency that will allow us to see your potential platform. You have 24 hours to make a candidate. Please quote this entire message when responding to anything on this post.]

President Bunt announces he will be running or a second term as president

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3 hours ago, vcczar said:
Jefferson Bunt's First Term Results: 

The First term of Jefferson Bunt saw the addition of KY and VT as new states. Economically, Bunt saw the creation of a new federal currency, the establishment of a protective tariff for revenue, the assumption of state debts, and more importantly, the creation of a National Bank. Socially, to balance out policy that favors the North, Bunt has accepted the Fugitive Slave Act. Bunt also gave his support in moving the capital from the North to a middle area (future DC), as well as his support for the passage of a Bill of Rights. Militarily, Bunt continued the Northwest Indian War after the tribes refused an ultimatum. [Historically, Bunt follows Washington, except for some rhetorical differences.]

 
State of the Union Following Bunt's Decisions

National Strength: 3rd-tier country. The US now includes KY and VT. 

Military Strength: Weak, with no professional army and no navy. Our ally France is having internal problems. Britain is strengthened in Europe. 

Military engagements: Northwest Indian War continues into it's 8th year, but appears to be on the verge of winding down in victory. 

Economy: Weak, and in debt, but the economy is slowly growing. The outlook is hopeful, as revenue is slowly creeping in. Not much manufacturing and industrial production outside New England. Outlook for production growth is hopeful with the new bank and tariffs.. Very agrarian in the South, but profitable. 

Trade: Protective Tariff allows for industrial growth in New England as well as revenue. The South opposes this tariff as it somewhat restricts their profits. International trade is very restricted, as Britain and her allies will not trade with us. France is undergoing its own problems, stifling her trade. 

Budget: Small, and any revenue we gather is going to paying off the national debt. 

Social Harmony: Slight tension between Northern and Southern economies and world view. The South and West opposes the government's economic policies, but there is no threat of disunion at the moment. Some Northerners are upset about the Fugitive Slave Act as contradicts their Free State status. 

Immigration: Limited, but non-restrictive. Mostly Protestant Scots-Irish, Protestant French, and a few Protestant Germans arrive, but they do not yet pose a danger to our more English-descent Protestant Culture. 

Mood of the people: Positive and proud with mild grumblings in the South. and lands West of the Appalachians. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: High, with a 70% chance of reelection. 

Party Power: Federalists dominate the Senate and the Supreme Court. The US House and Governorships are now evenly split between Federalists and the new Republican Party, composed primarily of Anti-Federalists and mostly Southern, States Rights former Federalists. 

@WVProgressive @Reagan04 @Sami @Kingthero @vcczar @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @LokiLoki22 @Lyly @TheMiddlePolitical

Who Will Challenge Federalist Jefferson Bunt for the presidency if he seeks a 2nd term? Who will aim to run for the vice presidency? [Please create a first and last name for your character, a home state, their office, their party (Fed or Rep), and some sort of response to Bunt's presidency that will allow us to see your potential platform. You have 24 hours to make a candidate. Please quote this entire message when responding to anything on this post.]

Name: Alexander William Blount

State: NC

Political Party: Republican

Current Profession: Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 

Platform - States should decide instead of Washington, opposing the creation of the National Bank, establish a strong Army, having an influential foreign policy, expanding the United States, pro-immigration

 

Assoc. Justice Blount is announcing a run for the Republican nomination to become President.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Name: Alexander William Blount

State: NC

Political Party: Republican

Current Profession: Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 

Platform - States should decide instead of Washington, opposing the creation of the National Bank, establish a strong Army, having an influential foreign policy, expanding the United States, pro-immigration

 

Assoc. Justice Blount is announcing a run for the Republican nomination to become President.

 

 

OOC: Your platform contradicts itself a bit here, probably inadvertently. If the States decide instead of Washington, how can Washington effectively run an influential foreign policy or expand the country without requiring the State governments to agree on every such issue (which I guarantee they won't)? Also, without a National Bank, this strong Army's funding and the paying of soldiers is at the whim and mercy of the State governments for what they want to shell out at any given time, and how much.

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

OOC: Your platform contradicts itself a bit here, probably inadvertently. If the States decide instead of Washington, how can Washington effectively run an influential foreign policy or expand the country without requiring the State governments to agree on every such issue (which I guarantee they won't)? Also, without a National Bank, this strong Army's funding and the paying of soldiers is at the whim and mercy of the State governments for what they want to shell out at any given time, and how much.

OOC. yeah inadvertently :D well, I wanted to write State's Rights but I remembered that you or vcczar told me that this word was used almost exclusively for the slavery and segregation issue. So I had to use another wording here.

Let's say that some issues should not be decided on State level. For example. If GB attacks the the port of Charleston, the federal Government cannot wait until every state responds to the issue of launching a counterattack. But I am a big fan of holding referendums within states.

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OOC: states should only pay their own regiments of soldiers.

My candidate supports primarily State Guards and Militias which only act as a Federal Army in the case of going to a major war.

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27 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

OOC: states should only pay their own regiments of soldiers.

My candidate supports primarily State Guards and Militias which only act as a Federal Army in the case of going to a major war.

Ah, yes. Strong State level command, training, and funding of the U.S. military over a unified, strongly Federally controlled and organized one. One of the reasons (but not the only one) why the War of 1812 was such a disaster, disgrace, and embarrassment for the U.S. Army...

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4 hours ago, vcczar said:
Jefferson Bunt's First Term Results: 

The First term of Jefferson Bunt saw the addition of KY and VT as new states. Economically, Bunt saw the creation of a new federal currency, the establishment of a protective tariff for revenue, the assumption of state debts, and more importantly, the creation of a National Bank. Socially, to balance out policy that favors the North, Bunt has accepted the Fugitive Slave Act. Bunt also gave his support in moving the capital from the North to a middle area (future DC), as well as his support for the passage of a Bill of Rights. Militarily, Bunt continued the Northwest Indian War after the tribes refused an ultimatum. [Historically, Bunt follows Washington, except for some rhetorical differences.]

 
State of the Union Following Bunt's Decisions

National Strength: 3rd-tier country. The US now includes KY and VT. 

Military Strength: Weak, with no professional army and no navy. Our ally France is having internal problems. Britain is strengthened in Europe. 

Military engagements: Northwest Indian War continues into it's 8th year, but appears to be on the verge of winding down in victory. 

Economy: Weak, and in debt, but the economy is slowly growing. The outlook is hopeful, as revenue is slowly creeping in. Not much manufacturing and industrial production outside New England. Outlook for production growth is hopeful with the new bank and tariffs.. Very agrarian in the South, but profitable. 

Trade: Protective Tariff allows for industrial growth in New England as well as revenue. The South opposes this tariff as it somewhat restricts their profits. International trade is very restricted, as Britain and her allies will not trade with us. France is undergoing its own problems, stifling her trade. 

Budget: Small, and any revenue we gather is going to paying off the national debt. 

Social Harmony: Slight tension between Northern and Southern economies and world view. The South and West opposes the government's economic policies, but there is no threat of disunion at the moment. Some Northerners are upset about the Fugitive Slave Act as contradicts their Free State status. 

Immigration: Limited, but non-restrictive. Mostly Protestant Scots-Irish, Protestant French, and a few Protestant Germans arrive, but they do not yet pose a danger to our more English-descent Protestant Culture. 

Mood of the people: Positive and proud with mild grumblings in the South. and lands West of the Appalachians. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: High, with a 70% chance of reelection. 

Party Power: Federalists dominate the Senate and the Supreme Court. The US House and Governorships are now evenly split between Federalists and the new Republican Party, composed primarily of Anti-Federalists and mostly Southern, States Rights former Federalists. 

@WVProgressive @Reagan04 @Sami @Kingthero @vcczar @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @LokiLoki22 @Lyly @TheMiddlePolitical

Who Will Challenge Federalist Jefferson Bunt for the presidency if he seeks a 2nd term? Who will aim to run for the vice presidency? [Please create a first and last name for your character, a home state, their office, their party (Fed or Rep), and some sort of response to Bunt's presidency that will allow us to see your potential platform. You have 24 hours to make a candidate. Please quote this entire message when responding to anything on this post.]

VP Sam Lewis letter to President Bunt @WVProgressive

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Dear President

What America needs is a big Industrial revolution, we will have to pass laws for improving the industries and make America a country to join.

For it, I plan to devellop this industrial way to revolutionnate America in the next decade.

But, I did not say 4 years, I said a decade!

You well understand what I'm saying, I am ready to make your second term more popular than ever, to make our country a prosperous place at the end of your mandate, just to be elected President at your follow.

Would you accept to promote me as the candidate of the Federalist Party when this second term will be end?

With Respects
 

VP Samuel Lewis Jr.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Patine said:

Ah, yes. Strong State level command, training, and funding of the U.S. military over a unified, strongly Federally controlled and organized one. One of the reasons (but not the only one) why the War of 1812 was such a disaster, disgrace, and embarrassment for the U.S. Army...

OOC: Well, I do not hope to repeat history, but we will see what the RP is getting us.

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10 hours ago, vcczar said:
Jefferson Bunt's First Term Results: 

The First term of Jefferson Bunt saw the addition of KY and VT as new states. Economically, Bunt saw the creation of a new federal currency, the establishment of a protective tariff for revenue, the assumption of state debts, and more importantly, the creation of a National Bank. Socially, to balance out policy that favors the North, Bunt has accepted the Fugitive Slave Act. Bunt also gave his support in moving the capital from the North to a middle area (future DC), as well as his support for the passage of a Bill of Rights. Militarily, Bunt continued the Northwest Indian War after the tribes refused an ultimatum. [Historically, Bunt follows Washington, except for some rhetorical differences.]

 
State of the Union Following Bunt's Decisions

National Strength: 3rd-tier country. The US now includes KY and VT. 

Military Strength: Weak, with no professional army and no navy. Our ally France is having internal problems. Britain is strengthened in Europe. 

Military engagements: Northwest Indian War continues into it's 8th year, but appears to be on the verge of winding down in victory. 

Economy: Weak, and in debt, but the economy is slowly growing. The outlook is hopeful, as revenue is slowly creeping in. Not much manufacturing and industrial production outside New England. Outlook for production growth is hopeful with the new bank and tariffs.. Very agrarian in the South, but profitable. 

Trade: Protective Tariff allows for industrial growth in New England as well as revenue. The South opposes this tariff as it somewhat restricts their profits. International trade is very restricted, as Britain and her allies will not trade with us. France is undergoing its own problems, stifling her trade. 

Budget: Small, and any revenue we gather is going to paying off the national debt. 

Social Harmony: Slight tension between Northern and Southern economies and world view. The South and West opposes the government's economic policies, but there is no threat of disunion at the moment. Some Northerners are upset about the Fugitive Slave Act as contradicts their Free State status. 

Immigration: Limited, but non-restrictive. Mostly Protestant Scots-Irish, Protestant French, and a few Protestant Germans arrive, but they do not yet pose a danger to our more English-descent Protestant Culture. 

Mood of the people: Positive and proud with mild grumblings in the South. and lands West of the Appalachians. 

Popularity of the Incumbent: High, with a 70% chance of reelection. 

Party Power: Federalists dominate the Senate and the Supreme Court. The US House and Governorships are now evenly split between Federalists and the new Republican Party, composed primarily of Anti-Federalists and mostly Southern, States Rights former Federalists. 

@WVProgressive @Reagan04 @Sami @Kingthero @vcczar @Rodja @Conservative Elector 2 @LokiLoki22 @Lyly @TheMiddlePolitical

Who Will Challenge Federalist Jefferson Bunt for the presidency if he seeks a 2nd term? Who will aim to run for the vice presidency? [Please create a first and last name for your character, a home state, their office, their party (Fed or Rep), and some sort of response to Bunt's presidency that will allow us to see your potential platform. You have 24 hours to make a candidate. Please quote this entire message when responding to anything on this post.]

 

Jacob William Henderson
Scottsville, Virginia

US Representative, Republican party

Henderson generally opposes centralization of power and authority, preferring that society be directed toward an agrarian and self-sustaining ideal. Henderson supports the Constitution and the federal structure of government on practical grounds, seeing the current balance as necessary to prevent some other worse manner of rule.
He prefers to see the Constitution as a strict regulation, with no assumed powers that are not explicitly spelled out. He also views monetary institutions and financial schemes with skepticism, with a preference toward 'natural economy'. Henderson can accept some minimal level of taxation, but would be hard pressed to accept tariffs of any kind.
To Henderson, slavery is an economic necessity, viewing it as essential to support the proliferation of Southern society, but romances about a future where slaves would be unnecessary. He views both native Americans and especially Africans as essentially handicapped and incapable of emulating or adapting to European ways of life.

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(I'm going to wait for a later election to run)

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[Ok, all the candidates in this upcoming elections have declared. I'll post a more official follow up when I have time--tomorrow, most likely]

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1792 Election

This election is under the old rules in which each elector gets two votes: one for president and one for VP

Candidates: 

  • Incumbent President Jefferson Bunt (Fed) of VA ( @WVProgressive ) is highly popular, despite a slight increase in tension between North and South and North and West. Bunt has an 80% chance of carrying VA, and 70% chance of reelection elsewhere. 
  • Mr. Timothy Stockton (Rep) of PA ( @Rodja )can expect some votes in PA, but he hasn't national recognition. Additionally, his platform seems to be 50% Federalist and 50% Republican. It also appears to not satisfy any region of the state, even his home state. 
  • SC Justice Alexander William Blount (REP) of NC ( @Conservative Elector 2) carries some name recognition and prestige. He will likely gain one of the votes for NC, at least. His desire for a strong military contradicts most people of his party. 
  • Incumbent VP Samuel Lewis, Jr (Fed) of NY ( @Sami ) is once again running, presumably as the VP for Bunt's second term. He's likely to gain one vote from each of the Northern and Midatlantic states. In the VP vote, he has an 80% chance of winning in New England. 60% chance in the Mid-Atlantic. 50% chance in the Upper South and West. 40% Chance in the Deep South. 
  • Rep. Jacob William Henderson (Rep) of VA ( @Lyly ) could potentially get some votes in the South, but he may be canceled out by Blount. Henderson runs on a platform acceptable to most Republicans. 

Results:

Dice are rolled to determine:

  • Connecticut: Bunt 9; Lewis 9
  • Delaware: Bunt 3; Henderson 3
  • Georgia: Bunt 4; Blount 4
  • Kentucky: Bunt 4; Lewis 4
  • Maryland: Bunt 8; Lewis 8
  • Massachusetts: Bunt 18; Lewis 18
  • New Hampshire: Bunt 6; Lewis 6
  • New Jersey: Bunt 7; Lewis 7
  • New York: Bunt 12; Lewis 12
  • North Carolina: Bunt 12; Blount 12
  • Pennsylvania: Henderson 15; Stockton 15
  • Rhode Island: Bunt 4; Lewis 4
  • South Carolina: Blount 8; Henderson 8
  • Vermont: Bunt 3; Lewis 3
  • Virginia: Bunt 21; Henderson 21

Pres. Jefferson Bunt (F-VA), 112 EVs *Bunt is elected President of the United States*

VP Samuel Lewis (F-NY), 71 EVs *Lewis is elected Vice President of the United States*

Rep. Henderson (R-VA), 47 EVs

Assoc. Justice Blount (R-NC), 24 EVs

Mr. Stockton (R-PA), 15 EVs

Up next: Events/Decisions for Bunt's 2nd Term. 

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Assoc. Justice Blount's statement: I am grateful for all the support and I would like to thank everyone who has voted for me. I would like to congratulate President Bunt and Vice President Lewis on their reelection. I am always available to help in any capacity, but we will also carry on the Republican revolution, because America and it's people matter. Thank you very much and God bless America.

OOC: I have created a map which shows the last election, because I love maps and like to visualize things. I hope I got everything right. @vcczar

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@Conservative Elector 2 Excellent. I hope you do this for us in future elections. Great map! I didn't realized it when rolling the dice, but we are already seeing a North-South divide! )

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Just now, vcczar said:

@Conservative Elector 2 Excellent. I hope you do this for us in future elections. Great map! I didn't realized it when rolling the dice, but we are already seeing a North-South divide! )

OOC: Thank you. One of the many reasons why I love politics and especially US politics are all the statistics and if they are put in maps, it's even more awesome. I am willing to make a map for all future elections as well. It should be possible for me despite being busy. It did not even take 30 mins.

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(As said the RP Master @vcczar great work @Conservative Elector 2 you will bring a lot of touch to this RP thanks to the electoral maps!)

Vice Presidential office:

Mister Vice President!

The President did not answer yet!

-Well... at least we will begin to show that I'm not just a corner at his side.

Vice Pres in Senate:

I want to congratulate both parties for what they've accomplished these past years in their constituencies and states.

However let's be realist.

-Money is time, and this country lacks both.

In this year 1793 the Europe is entering through turbulent time.

The French King is currently judged, the Europe is starting to make "coalitions".

And our industry is too weak to talk as equal to these countries.

That's why I pledge to allow a HUGE part of the next 4 years budget into industrial innovation and support.

The steam machine has to be promoted and to be thought if we can not find and devellop news means of transport (the railroad will be launched in 1802 the idea starts in 1790 in steel mills)

In addition to these researchs in transportation I pledge to economically support our local industries, to support the devellopment of news ways to work faster and hence to finance our researchs in these domains.

The finality of the American revolution will only be done when America will have archieved its INDUSTRIAL revolution!

A speech in Congress, to not let time plays against him.

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21 minutes ago, Sami said:

 @Conservative Elector 2 you will bring a lot of touch to this RP thanks to the electoral maps!)

Thank you.

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Timothy Stockton congratulates President Blunt on his reelection and calls on his supporters to keep on a fight

OOC:I will retire Stocktons character and replace him with liberal Federalist next election season 

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Representative Henderson returns to the House, pledging his efforts to resisting "Federalist" obscenities against natural society.

((Excellent map, @Conservative Elector 2 !))

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