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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

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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

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17 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

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

New York State Senator Bill Buckley makes his final remarks to a gathering crowd in Manhattan's Upper East Side

Thank you, Manhattan! This campaign has been a wonderful time for both me and my wife. Traveling the state, meeting all kinds of new people. People like you and I who are up and down done with the administration in Albany. That are done with the establishment politics that have dominated New York and that are absolutely finished with everything being dictated out of Albany to everywhere else in the state. Well, should, with God Almighty's help, I am elected Governor of New York tomorrow, that ALL changes. I will be a Governor that understands the working man, I understand that you are both done with high taxes and even higher spending, I understand that you are done with total rejection at all levels of government of the faith and values that made us great, and I understand the need for a steady hand to lift up the people's spirits and to assure them, help is on the way. God Bless you, God Bless New York, and thank you all so much.

Fort Worth Mayor J.J. Lee addresses large crowd in his end of campaign rally in his home city

THANK Y'ALL FOR JOINING ME ON THE GREATEST REVOLUTION TEXAS HAS EVER SEEN! This has been a campaign for Governor of Texas like no other. And no matter the result, we should be proud in knowing we were a part of a nationwide conservative movement to change the politics of this nation for ever. Now, while the other side opposes the Lens Plan and protecting the minds of our children, I know the people of Texas want a strong leader that will fight for them and their values. They want someone on the ground that knows Texas, that knows its people, its cities, and its lands. I want to be that Governor, a Governor that delivers on conservative promises made and conservative promises kept. No matter what happens, I will be in the thick of the fight for as long as I stand making sure that not just Fort Worth is governed responsibly and with the people's wishes in mind, but that all of Texas gets the same treatment from Austin. God Bless you all and God Bless Texas!

Rev. Elijah Lloyd Johnson preaches the Sunday before election Tuesday in his Memphis church

Good Mornin' my brothers and sisters. As many of you know, we have an election in 3 days, one in which I am runnin' for Governor. Well, as I believe that most of y'all are hopefully going to vote for me, I wanted to talk a bit about the other races. Now, I know, for years our communities have voted Liberals. As Black people, we have voted for those that set us free from the slavery of old. But what if I told you that it is those same people in that same party that have restored our chains and have been driving us down for quite some time now, all as we renew their mandate of power. See, electing me Governor alone won't do much good, it's up to you and all the black and white voters across Tennessee to elect Conservatives into the State Legislature and to Congress and for the Presidency. It's up to you to make the difference. I am honored to be the man to bring this message forth, there is a time of revolution coming and just as Moses led the Israelites into the promises of God, with his grace I shall do the same for the state of Tennessee. I'm tired of government that only pays lip service to the deeply held faith that resides within the hearts and minds of well over 70% of this great state and I'm tired of a political party which does much the same. For me, it became abundantly clear last year that only one party truly has our interests in mind and is truly interested in setting us free from the mental slavery that a world of indulgence and sin pushes on us, and that is the Conservative Party. So I ask you, join with me on Tuesday and take Tennessee forward towards a future lit up by the glory and exultation of the Lord. God Bless Tennessee and can I get a Hallelujah!

Rep. Orm Amundsen conducts his final rally in Rochester, Minnesota

Hello Rochester! It's come down to that final time and I could not be more proud of the work we put in together as a campaign family. A family dedicated to changing our beloved Minnesota for the better. That is that most Minnesota farms can't survive another 4 years of Tax and Spend and won't make it past another 2 under Socialism. And that's why we have presented an alternative. To cut both taxes and spending to enjoin our economy to grow. To stand with the rest of the nation and adopt the Lens Plan as it is the only way to push Minnesota forward. To be on guard for the growing tides of social discontent that may face our great state and to always be ready to keep it safe. What we're going to do is revolutionize not only our state but our region. We're going to see a Minnesotan economic dynamo that lifts up the Farm Midwest with it, and we're going to do it the American Way. But I can't do it without your help, I'm only as strong as those that love Minnesota just as much as I do and I can only do so much as the people give me a Legislature to work with. And so I ask you, stop the Socialist Menace which has so destroyed our state and nation in our past, and try a new way of small government and big family thinking.

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

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

 

Secretary Charles Winchester last campagin Speech at Central Park togther with his whole family inculding his father in a wheelchair.

Hello everyone!! How happy it makes me to see you all here. We are done to the last days of this election and this campaign. Its been a hell of a ride i want to already thank everyone of you that have supported me this time. I have been up and down this state for most of my time now and met some very good peopel and peopel that dosent have it so well that i had in my upbringin. But like most of the media has said and i dont deny it i have been very disrespectfull to the vice president and i want to apalogize to Vice President Harry Erring he is a good man and yes we dont agree on everything but ho does i dont agree with my wife on everything. The media has been speculating that i am making myself ready to run for president but i can tell you i am not i stand by my party and my president. And that is also why i am saiyng that regardless if i win this election or not i will not run for president in the 1972 election i will give my support to either President Thorne or Vice president Erring. But i will if i am elected work to make this state a example on how great this country really is. I am going to work for alle New Yorkers and with them. I am also telling you that if i win this election i am inviting State senator Bill Buckley to become my Lt. Governor so that we can work together to make New York the best place for the peopel living in it.

 

Senator Elinor Blake at a town hall meeting in Los Angeles.

Today i have been answering question and that i love but now i want to ask you the peopel some a question and that is? Havent we all had a great time under our current governor? Yes i think we have and if you want to countinue this you should vote for me i have fought for the peopel of California all my time in the senate now i want to fight for you here where i can help you more directly and it will also  be fun to see my husband and childeren more as well. But i will work every day and night to prove myself if you put your trust in mee. Good night and good bless you and everybody living in Claifornia.

 

Mr. Leon Fitzroy hosting a rally in his family ranch outside of Dallas.

Welcome every one to my home hope you enjoy my food. I want to say to all that listing to me that the next days i hope you vote not for me but for the future you want for Texas and ofc the future you want you childeren to grow up in do you want your childeren to grow up i an Liberal state i dosent. We have to show every one that Texas is a good conservative place and i will say to you if you choose me as your next governor i will personally build a fence across this border to Mexico and i promise you no more taxes no more. Have a good night and rember vote Fitzroy.

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On 1/27/2019 at 4:16 PM, Kingthero said:

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

Earl Hass Gubernatorial Platform: 

Implementation of a land value tax in the State.

The closing of all corporate tax loopholes in the State and the raising of corporate taxes.

The taxation and regulation of recreational drugs that are already legal and the legalisation, taxation and regulation of alcohol (just the taxation and regulation if it is already legal). 

Enact legislation that will create a State living wage, mandate that employers give their employees sick pay, give 52 weeks of maternity leave to new mothers (2 weeks mandatory for the mother, the rest of the 50 weeks (As well as other amounts of that 50 weeks) will be able to be transferred to the father), give 2 weeks paternity leave to new fathers, mandate that employers pay their employees for any overtime they perform and give employees 28 days paid vacation.

The taking into public ownership of the rail and bus services via either municipalization or through the encouragement of the forming of workers cooperatives in these sectors.

Large investments into new and existing infrastructure projects (which will now mostly be done by the State government).

Large investments into house building (building will now mostly be done by the State government to ensure that buying and renting housing is truly affordable).

Create a State Insurance System which all persons of working age which will have to pay into weekly but in return will be entitled to wide range of benefits including Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Invalidity Benefit, Jobseeker's Allowance, Sickness Benefit, State Earnings-Related Pension Scheme, State Pension, Unemployment Benefit, Widowed Mother’s Allowance, Widowed Parent's Allowance and Widow’s Pension.

Edmund Brook Gubernatorial Platform: 

Implementation of a land value tax in the State.

The closing of all corporate tax loopholes in the State and the raising of corporate taxes.

The municipalization of the State water and energy industries. 

Enact legislation that will create a State living wage, mandate that employers give their employees sick pay, give 52 weeks of maternity leave to new mothers (2 weeks mandatory for the mother, the rest of the 50 weeks (As well as other amounts of that 50 weeks) will be able to be transferred to the father), give 2 weeks paternity leave to new fathers, mandate that employers pay their employees for any overtime they perform and give employees 28 days paid vacation.

Create a State Insurance System which all persons of working age which will have to pay into weekly but in return will be entitled to wide range of benefits including Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Invalidity Benefit, Jobseeker's Allowance, Sickness Benefit, State Earnings-Related Pension Scheme, State Pension, Unemployment Benefit, Widowed Mother’s Allowance, Widowed Parent's Allowance and Widow’s Pension.

Create many new State parks and other environmental conservation areas.

Create a Green New Deal by investing in energy and resource efficiency, as well as reusable energies and microgeneration, redevelop infrastructure into low-carbon infrastructure, put taxes on the profits of fossil fuel companies and put the proceeds towards investment in renewable energy and energy efficiency, introduce financial incentives for green investment and reduced energy usage, including low interest rates for green investment.

 

Freya Farnham Gubernatorial Platform:

Implementation of a land value tax in the State.

The closing of all corporate tax loopholes in the State and the raising of corporate taxes.

The taxation and regulation of recreational drugs that are already legal and the legalisation, taxation and regulation of alcohol (just the taxation and regulation if it is already legal), Legalise, Tax and Regulate pornography that contains subjects which can consent.

Enact legislation that will create a State living wage, mandate that employers give their employees sick pay, give 52 weeks of maternity leave to new mothers (2 weeks mandatory for the mother, the rest of the 50 weeks (As well as other amounts of that 50 weeks) will be able to be transferred to the father), give 2 weeks paternity leave to new fathers, mandate that employers pay their employees for any overtime they perform and give employees 28 days paid vacation.

Create a State Insurance System which all persons of working age which will have to pay into weekly but in return will be entitled to wide range of benefits including Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Invalidity Benefit, Jobseeker's Allowance, Sickness Benefit, State Earnings-Related Pension Scheme, State Pension, Unemployment Benefit, Widowed Mother’s Allowance, Widowed Parent's Allowance and Widow’s Pension.

Create a State Education Service to ensure education is free at the point of use from cradle to grave in which evolution will be taught compulsively.

Create many new State parks and other environmental conservation areas.

Create a Green New Deal by investing in energy and resource efficiency, as well as reusable energies and microgeneration, redevelop infrastructure into low-carbon infrastructure, put taxes on the profits of fossil fuel companies and put the proceeds towards investment in renewable energy and energy efficiency, introduce financial incentives for green investment and reduced energy usage, including low interest rates for green investment.

Decriminalise homosexuality and allow homosexuals to get married like everyone else. Legalise abortion. Legalise birth control.

 

Webster Andrews Gubernatorial Platform:

Implementation of a land value tax in the State.

The closing of all corporate tax loopholes in the State and the raising of corporate taxes.

The taxation and regulation of recreational drugs that are already legal and the legalisation, taxation and regulation of alcohol (just the taxation and regulation if it is already legal).

Create a State Insurance System which all persons of working age which will have to pay into weekly but in return will be entitled to wide range of benefits including Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Invalidity Benefit, Jobseeker's Allowance, Sickness Benefit, State Earnings-Related Pension Scheme, State Pension, Unemployment Benefit, Widowed Mother’s Allowance, Widowed Parent's Allowance and Widow’s Pension.

Enact legislation that will create a State living wage, mandate that employers give their employees sick pay, give 52 weeks of maternity leave to new mothers (2 weeks mandatory for the mother, the rest of the 50 weeks (As well as other amounts of that 50 weeks) will be able to be transferred to the father), give 2 weeks paternity leave to new fathers, mandate that employers pay their employees for any overtime they perform and give employees 28 days paid vacation.

Create a State Education Service to ensure education is free at the point of use from cradle to grave in which evolution will be taught compulsively.

Pardon all teachers imprisoned for "corrupting the minds of children" under the archaic anti-evolutionary laws.

Large investments into new and existing infrastructure projects (which will now mostly be done by the State government).

 

Hamilton Humphrey Gubernatorial Platform:

Implementation of a land value tax in the State.

The closing of all corporate tax loopholes in the State and the raising of corporate taxes.

The taxation and regulation of recreational drugs that are already legal and the legalisation, taxation and regulation of alcohol (just the taxation and regulation if it is already legal), Legalise, Tax and Regulate pornography that contains subjects which can consent.

Create many new State parks and other environmental conservation areas.

Create a Green New Deal by investing in energy and resource efficiency, as well as reusable energies and microgeneration, redevelop infrastructure into low-carbon infrastructure, put taxes on the profits of fossil fuel companies and put the proceeds towards investment in renewable energy and energy efficiency, introduce financial incentives for green investment and reduced energy usage, including low interest rates for green investment.

Create a State Education Service to ensure education is free at the point of use from cradle to grave in which evolution will be taught compulsively.

Elections shall be publicly funded.

The referendum (citizens may decide on a law by popular vote) will be created; The initiative (citizens may propose a law by petition and enact it by popular vote) will be created.

Create a State Insurance System which all persons of working age which will have to pay into weekly but in return will be entitled to wide range of benefits including Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Invalidity Benefit, Jobseeker's Allowance, Sickness Benefit, State Earnings-Related Pension Scheme, State Pension, Unemployment Benefit, Widowed Mother’s Allowance, Widowed Parent's Allowance and Widow’s Pension.

Enact legislation that will create a State living wage, mandate that employers give their employees sick pay, give 52 weeks of maternity leave to new mothers (2 weeks mandatory for the mother, the rest of the 50 weeks (As well as other amounts of that 50 weeks) will be able to be transferred to the father), give 2 weeks paternity leave to new fathers, mandate that employers pay their employees for any overtime they perform and give employees 28 days paid vacation.

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On 1/27/2019 at 10:16 AM, Kingthero said:

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

Sec. of Agriculture Erin Ocean (L-TX) meets at a joint appearance with President Jacqueline Thorne (L-TX)

Today we have the opportunity to lead Texas into a brighter future and into the national spotlight once again. President Thorne, one of our state's most cherished daughters, has led the nation capably and intelligently into the future. I for one, pledge my support to her if she decides to seek a third term. *applause* As governor, I will seek to work with other border states to pressure the national political apparatus to agree to a new trade deal with Mexico that directly affects border communities like ours. 

Matthew Blazer (L-TN), Tennesse Attorney General meets with prominent Liberal Tennesseean politicians on the eve of the election.

Today, we are confounded with the unprecedented situation. Our Supreme Court has sentenced a Teacher to prison for doing their job. I promise to work with our legislature to overturn this horrible decision, with cross-party support. I call upon all decent people, left, right, and center to unite behind my campaign to bring justice for those that are in need of it. We will help this poor man be freed from political decisions on his life. This is an ordinary man, who has done little wrong in his life. I myself pledge to meet with him in prison/in his home on the day following the election.

Lt. Gov. Patty Sky hosts a rally with Illinois Senator Nathaniel Lauss to make up lost ground.

Minnesota has always been at the forefront of politics. But we have always done it with a careful eye on our politicians - we want them to keep their aspirations in state, focused on helping families here rather than in Washington. Both of my opponents, whether it be the President who wishes to return to that office, or the Representative who only seeks this office to burnish his reputation to make a national campaign, only have their sights on Washington. I have my sights on Minneapolis, St. Paul, Mankato, Duluth, and all of the other communities that make up our wonderful state. That is why I implore you to vote for the Liberal campaign: we are focused on the issues that deal with everyday people, not watching every move in hopes of running a national campaign. Thank you.

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

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Apologies for all the inactivity (although do i really need to apologize? yalls should be happy I was gone lol)

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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.

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3 hours ago, Kingthero said:

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.

All the Soc Lab faction leaders are pro the teaching of evolution hence the support for State government owned school systems in the gubernatorial candidates' platforms, all are pro legalisation of birth control, all are against mandatory prayers and mandatory pledges.

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6 hours ago, Kingthero said:

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.

The Conservative Party is ultimately happy to see this development and welcome the discourse on issues that need to be put to rest once and for all, we won't stand for Socialist attempts to demoralize our nation and take down our moral standing in the world. These positions are to be ratified at the CNC of 1972, they have been presented by the top officers of the several caucuses of the party and approved by Congressional Leadership and other Party Officials

On Creationist Education: The Conservative Party recognizes a fierce debate that this nation has had since the 1910s over the topic of how our children are educated. Foremost among these struggles is that of how our children are taught of the Creation of the world. As Conservatives, protectors of American values and truths we have known to be indelibly written both in our hearts and in the stars, we recognize that schools run by this government and given aid thereof must then teach the whole truth and nothing but that truth; that the world was created by God and that evolutionism is a fringe idea that should not reflect on the majority, or even sizable minority, of scientific thought and therefore should not be brought into the conversation until children are much older. It isn't until that they are able to properly grasp such fringe theories and understand them for being only such hypotheses, that we should introduce them. Such is the case where evolution has been thoroughly rejected throughout the universities of America and only those ideology driven still cling to the long-debunked idea. If there are to be government-run schools for our children primary and secondary education, then they must be taught some degree of Creationism. 

On Sexual Education: The Conservative Party has long held dear, just as have the American people, the truth that abstinence is the best way to approach the deep sexual questions that our children will face. It is appalling to think that there are those that would wish to bring in contraception, a tool totally dejected from the American Way and the values that uphold that dream, to the mental periphery of our children so corrupting them with notions unbecoming of the classroom. Conservatives hold that contraception stands in the way of the American Family and that it is not to be widely disseminated and pushed on to our children as such bullheaded and sexually depraved policies would surely increase teenage pregnancies and dangers faced to the ever-embattled American Family. We stand for the integrity of the family when others will not.

School Prayer: This is a simple question and one we are quite shocked to see raised. Of course prayer is necessary in school and of course our children should grow in their faith just as we have. The next leaders of this nation will face trials unknown to us and only to God. Therefore, it is necessary that their faith grows fortified in the bastion of education, our primary and secondary schools where they will receive a strong understanding of the Judeo-Christian Values that have made this nation great. At this point, it's not even a question that we would support such practices.

Pledge: Even more elementary than Prayer, it's ridiculous that Socialists and their allies would take away the core of American Liberty, love of the nation and the patriotism which goes hand in hand in the great faith in the God that has ordained America to be great. The Pledge is staying in schools and the Conservative Party will always defend its rightful place in the classroom.

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23 hours ago, Kingthero said:

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.

Liberals obviously believe there is no reason to take the pledge out of schools at the current time. They also say that they are fine with the states deciding their own way to teach creationism vs evolution, with an emphasis that creation could have created evolution, that both sides are not necessarily against one another. The Liberal platform states that while abstinence may be used, sometimes birth control is very necessary, and would support it being available. Our party doesn't see any funding really necessary on any of the things involved. They slam school prayer in public schools, as the US is a secular nation, unless students have the ability to opt-out and those involved agree to be involved in it. We think this is an after-school issue, not one to be discussed in the classroom unless it is a private school. They have no problem in private schools. 

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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

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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.

 

Liberals only agree as long as both are presented in factual argument, not based on a teacher's beliefs.

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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

Proposal for an amendment to Senate Bill/ Event 1: Remove the ability to criminally punish and fire those teachers who refuse to teach creationism from States as well (replace the end sentence or just remove it).

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On 2/11/2019 at 6:07 PM, Kingthero said:

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

This is hotly debated at the Joint Session of the Conservative Legislative Caucus with many Moderate leaders coming out in favor of the bill. However, the Moderates soon realize that 1970 was not a good year for them as many of their ranks were primaried out by more Conservative members. Namely those of the Christian faction that immediately oppose the bill on its face value merits and ultimately the Constitutionalists who view this as a state and local issue, many taking the stand that if local school districts want to uphold the values that they always have, then they should have the right to do so. In a stunning defeat for the Moderates, the bill is voted against to the tune of 70% of present members of the Legislative Policy Commitee and it becomes clear that the activist base has taken over. Leaders such as House Minority Leader Phyllis Slater and newly minted California Senator Beverley LaHaye celebrate the strong stand taken against the bill and conservatives are sure to fight its passage and Southern, Western, and Midwestern activists are already on the ground attacking the bill. Soon Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern suburban Conservatives are signing their party's tune as well.

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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

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We decline as we don’t believe in punishments for teachers based on their teaching style. 

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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%

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SB.3 Public Support: 53%

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On 2/14/2019 at 1:35 AM, Kingthero said:

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%

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SB.3 Public Support: 53%

(I will try to be back)

John Turner IV (yep I love continuality 😛) officially candidates to the Libertarian Party and as Governor for NH before the Presidential election.

Principals axis :

-Priorize state's autonomy on finance crime and education

-Minimize any major national taxs

-Defend the abolition of any crime's regulations regarding Women and minorities.

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1972 Primary Candidate Phase

 

After having another small hiatus for everyone (I feel as though I should effectively ignore midterms in the future---seems to drain alot of people to do midterms and then a second round of legislation), it is time to do a Presidential election! Each player gets to submit 1-2 candidates, but they either must be both in the same party, or one must stand as an independent. Players will not be able to automatically nominate one of their candidates to win; they will just give the details, where the party leans, and I will do the rest.

 

This will be the most definitive player application sheet yet; right now the country is on a hill, and it is time for someone to take the downhill momentum to pull their agenda. Regions now have a purpose, as each region is basically its own entity. Based on the recent polls, this is anyone's game: will a Liberal or Conservative win the mainstream vote, will the Socialists again reverse their inevitable demise, will the Libertarians rebound, or will an Independent capture the hearts of the nation?

 

Candidate (1/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions):

View on teaching Evolution in schools:

View on the Military:

View on Drugs:

View on Healthcare:

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @Edouard @Ido @WVProgressive @MBDemSoc @Alexak1209

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10 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1972 Primary Candidate Phase

 

After having another small hiatus for everyone (I feel as though I should effectively ignore midterms in the future---seems to drain alot of people to do midterms and then a second round of legislation), it is time to do a Presidential election! Each player gets to submit 1-2 candidates, but they either must be both in the same party, or one must stand as an independent. Players will not be able to automatically nominate one of their candidates to win; they will just give the details, where the party leans, and I will do the rest.

 

This will be the most definitive player application sheet yet; right now the country is on a hill, and it is time for someone to take the downhill momentum to pull their agenda. Regions now have a purpose, as each region is basically its own entity. Based on the recent polls, this is anyone's game: will a Liberal or Conservative win the mainstream vote, will the Socialists again reverse their inevitable demise, will the Libertarians rebound, or will an Independent capture the hearts of the nation?

 

Candidate (1/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions):

View on teaching Evolution in schools:

View on the Military:

View on Drugs:

View on Healthcare:

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @Edouard @Ido @WVProgressive @MBDemSoc @Alexak1209

Name: John Turner IV

Party: Libertarian PArty

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Catholic

Home State: New Hampshire

Original Profession: Lawyer

Political Profession (if applicable): formerly run as independent Senator of New Hampshire (let's say supported by both Liberals and Libertarians) and from family origin

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions):

=> Personnaly against, however as a defendor of the states' rights it's a duty to let states have the final say about the Lens plan.

View on teaching Evolution in schools: => This has to be decided by the states and not the federal government, but in favour.

View on the Military: => Keep the current budget.

View on Drugs: => Invest more into prevention rather than punishment.

View on Healthcare: => Let's reduce regulations on insurances and increase economic market so that prices of insurances can drop or bring a better return for the ederly.

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

-Bring an international order of peace around the world.

-Create jobs for everyone.

-Struggle on Civil Rights for Blacks, Women and Minorities.

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After much deliberations with allies and with people close to her, President Thorne has decided not to run for President, strictly believing in a two-term limit. She will not intervene within the primary and will endorse the Liberal winner at the convention. 

 

Name: Senator Nathaniel Lauss

Party: Liberal

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Methodist (Protestant)

Home State: Illinois

Original Profession: Small-Business Owner (Toy shop)

Political Profession (if applicable): Six years as state rep (two as Liberal leader in the House), four years as Representative, eight in the Senate so far

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions): The government has no business telling children what morals or not to follow. This is not a government issue, and we should get out of it as such as soon as possible. 

View on teaching Evolution in schools: Supportive, as long as they teach both Creationism and Evolution as equally capable of being true.

View on the Military: President Thorne has drastically increased the power of the military, and I would do my best to continue this progress. I would focus primarily on the navy and creating a better-functioning (if existing) air force. 

View on Drugs: Drugs are a danger to the American people and there should be punishment for those that spread them. Rehabilitation is recommended for those that take them.

View on Healthcare: There should be a medical insurance for the elderly, and eventually we should work on a buy-in option for the public.

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

-Environmentalism

-Creating Efficient Alliances with European Countries

-Trade Agreements with key allies (Japan, Oceania)

 

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5 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1972 Primary Candidate Phase

 

After having another small hiatus for everyone (I feel as though I should effectively ignore midterms in the future---seems to drain alot of people to do midterms and then a second round of legislation), it is time to do a Presidential election! Each player gets to submit 1-2 candidates, but they either must be both in the same party, or one must stand as an independent. Players will not be able to automatically nominate one of their candidates to win; they will just give the details, where the party leans, and I will do the rest.

 

This will be the most definitive player application sheet yet; right now the country is on a hill, and it is time for someone to take the downhill momentum to pull their agenda. Regions now have a purpose, as each region is basically its own entity. Based on the recent polls, this is anyone's game: will a Liberal or Conservative win the mainstream vote, will the Socialists again reverse their inevitable demise, will the Libertarians rebound, or will an Independent capture the hearts of the nation?

 

Candidate (1/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions):

View on teaching Evolution in schools:

View on the Military:

View on Drugs:

View on Healthcare:

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @Edouard @Ido @WVProgressive @MBDemSoc @Alexak1209

Name: William "Big Bill" Hill

Party: Socialist Labor Party

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Atheist

Home State: Colorado

Original Profession: Labor leader and activist, notable member of The IWW before being elected.

Political Profession (if applicable): Senator from Colorado since 1960

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions): Against any type of government legislated morality, 

View on teaching Evolution in schools: Against, but believes what religion people follow in their personal lives is theirs and theirs alone to decide.

View on the Military: Reduce the military budget to focus on ways to improve peoples lives. Institute that a national plebiscite must take place before war can be declared.

View on Drugs: Advocate rehabilitation and treatment for non violent drug offenders.

View on Healthcare: Institute a National Health Service, free at the point of use. Healthcare is a right!

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

Put government funding into researching ways to automate the workforce, in order to give the working class better working conditions, and shorter hours.

Institute a right to a job, anyone who wishes to work will be given a job.

Institute national protection for worker co-ops, communes, and other related organizations that reduce alienation from ones labor.

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Name: Vice President Harry Erring

Party: Liberal

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Lutheran (Protestant)

Home State: Michigan

Original Profession: Businessman

Political Profession (if applicable): Eight years as Representative, Fourteen in the Senate, Eight as Vice President

View on the Lens Plan (The plan where States are implementing programs basically upholding the moral qualities of children through government-mandated decisions): This is preposterous. It's time that America realizes that we haven't a clue what morals to teach or not to teach in schools. We need to focus on quality education of core classes, which will be a primary part of the campaign of the VP.

View on teaching Evolution in schools: This is a necessity. Evolution has gotten more recent traction and more studies into it has shown that it has merit.

View on the Military: We are no longer at immediate threat of war. Therefore, we can downsize our military to be more cost-efficient.

View on Drugs: Non-violent drug offenders should not be prosecuted whatsoever. This is more of a state problem as long as it doesn't turn into a crisis.

View on Healthcare: A national health service should be entertained, at least for the elderly and for those above 50-55 years old. Healthcare is too expensive and the government can aid where it can.

Three "Other" Views the candidate wants to focus on:

-Medical System that functions for all Americans

-Reforming Congress to serve Americans more directly

-Protecting Jobs inside the US by renegotiating trade with wealthy nations

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