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President Lauss goes door-to-door in several states in the Northeast, including Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Maryland. He gives out pamphlets to his surrogates to go to other states on his behalf. He plans a week-long trip to Texas and the Southern states in the coming weeks. President Thorne gives a few speeches in Texas on Lauss' behalf.

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John Turner IV hold multiple rallies in New York and New England then move in nothern industrial states (ohio, pen, michigan, wisconsin) repeating his speech and taking benefit of no longer be opposed in a primary race where he dominates thanks to his late campains.

He also wants to use the campain to increase his numbers in NY.

 

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The Faulkner and Hill ticket take advantage of the fact that will be no contested primaries in the Soc Lab Party now and begin campaigning for the general election and for Soc Lab Congressional Candidates in New England and then move to the Industrial Centres and Northern Swing States, and then to the Southern States and then the Midwestern and Western States and then to the Non-Continental States.

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1975 New England Primary Results and Pre-Middle U.S. Primary Polls

 

New England Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 58% | 8 delegates.

 

Elinor Blake: 42% | 4 delegates.

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 68% | 9 delegates.

 

Johanne Rolstad: 32% | 3 delegates.

 

Socialist Party

 

The Socialist-Labor National Committee has officially nominated Webster Faulkner after Hill withdraws his nominations and joins Faulkner's ticket as VP.

 

Libertarian Party

 

The Libertarian National Committee has officially nominated Turner IV after Hill takes the VP nomination of the Socialist-Labor ticket.

 

Middle U.S. Polls [Industrial Centers|Industrial Midwest|Southern Outskirts|Upper South|Deep South|Swing States]

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 54|56|54|60|51|60

 

Elinor Blake: 46|44|46|40|49|40

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 65|67|68|69|68|66


Johanne Rolstad: 35|33|32|31|32|34

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 53|52|64|50|62|54 No: 47|48|36|50|38|46

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 31|31|32|55|38|57 No: 69|69|68|45|62|43

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 39|31|53|54|51|56 No: 61|69|47|46|49|44

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 50|71|58|37|74|37 No: 50|29|42|63|26|63

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 75|49|54|49|65|45 No: 25|54|46|51|35|55

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 41%

Liberal: 30%

Socialist: 22%

Libertarian: 7%

 

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @Edouard @MBDemSoc

 

Still a campaigning phase. "There are many angles you can take to gain support: you can attack your opponent on certain issues, you can work to raise your awareness (basically, the more you type the better), and you can do impromptu campaign events."

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4 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1975 New England Primary Results and Pre-Middle U.S. Primary Polls

 

New England Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 58% | 8 delegates.

 

Elinor Blake: 42% | 4 delegates.

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 68% | 9 delegates.

 

Johanne Rolstad: 32% | 3 delegates.

 

Socialist Party

 

The Socialist-Labor National Committee has officially nominated Webster Faulkner after Hill withdraws his nominations and joins Faulkner's ticket as VP.

 

Libertarian Party

 

The Libertarian National Committee has officially nominated Turner IV after Hill takes the VP nomination of the Socialist-Labor ticket.

 

Middle U.S. Polls [Industrial Centers|Industrial Midwest|Southern Outskirts|Upper South|Deep South|Swing States]

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 54|56|54|60|51|60

 

Elinor Blake: 46|44|46|40|49|40

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 65|67|68|69|68|66


Johanne Rolstad: 35|33|32|31|32|34

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 53|52|64|50|62|54 No: 47|48|36|50|38|46

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 31|31|32|55|38|57 No: 69|69|68|45|62|43

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 39|31|53|54|51|56 No: 61|69|47|46|49|44

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 50|71|58|37|74|37 No: 50|29|42|63|26|63

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 75|49|54|49|65|45 No: 25|54|46|51|35|55

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 41%

Liberal: 30%

Socialist: 22%

Libertarian: 7%

 

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @Edouard @MBDemSoc

 

Still a campaigning phase. "There are many angles you can take to gain support: you can attack your opponent on certain issues, you can work to raise your awareness (basically, the more you type the better), and you can do impromptu campaign events."

Industrial Centers Soc Lab Strategy 

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism, imperialism in general,  and protecting the environment while campaigning in these States.

Also re-state the policies on healthcare, drugs and evolution from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

Industrial Midwest Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism, imperialism in general, youth punishment and transport while campaigning in these States.

Also restate the party's opposition to the Lens plan, and the policies on healthcare and the military from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

Southern Outskirts Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism, imperialism in general, transport and protecting the environment while campaigning in these States.

Also re-state the policies on healthcare and drugs from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election and the party's opposition to the Lens plan.

 

Upper South Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism and government surveillance while campaigning in these States.

Also re-state the policies on evolution, the military, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

Deep South Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism, imperialism in general, transport and protecting the environment while campaigning in these States.

Also re-state the policies on drugs, evolution and healthcare from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

Swing States Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism and government surveillance.

Also re-state the policies on the military, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

Overall Campaign Strategy for the Soc Lab Party

The ticket will try to canvass, leaflet, hold rallies and run ads in every State, the heaviest of these efforts will be in the currently Liberal Leaning and Tossup States.

The ticket will also accept any offer from any national or State media outlets for interviews no matter the political leaning of the outlet.

Attack the Liberal President for having a weaker environmental policy than not only the Socialist Labor Party but his Liberal Opponent and even the Libertarian Party, as well as the bizarre claim about the Soc Lab Party being intransigent on the health care for elderly and young bill even though the caucus voted for it and that it was much more likely that some of the more conservative-leaning Liberals voted against the bill in the Senate.

Attack the Leading Conservative Candidate for her contradictory statements in her platform about the age of imperialism belonging to the history books but not wanting to tell allies that they should decolonise and help put the age of imperialism where she believes it belongs, attack her again on trying to essentially force her religion on everyone else through the Lens Plan which is also unconstitutional and also seeks to create the possibly biggest government possible one which tries to dictate what goes on in the bedroom between two consenting adults which goes against the Conservative Party's historical love of small government.

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On 3/12/2019 at 5:55 PM, Kingthero said:

1975 New England Primary Results and Pre-Middle U.S. Primary Polls

 

New England Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 58% | 8 delegates.

 

Elinor Blake: 42% | 4 delegates.

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 68% | 9 delegates.

 

Johanne Rolstad: 32% | 3 delegates.

 

Socialist Party

 

The Socialist-Labor National Committee has officially nominated Webster Faulkner after Hill withdraws his nominations and joins Faulkner's ticket as VP.

 

Libertarian Party

 

The Libertarian National Committee has officially nominated Turner IV after Hill takes the VP nomination of the Socialist-Labor ticket.

 

Middle U.S. Polls [Industrial Centers|Industrial Midwest|Southern Outskirts|Upper South|Deep South|Swing States]

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 54|56|54|60|51|60

 

Elinor Blake: 46|44|46|40|49|40

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 65|67|68|69|68|66


Johanne Rolstad: 35|33|32|31|32|34

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 53|52|64|50|62|54 No: 47|48|36|50|38|46

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 31|31|32|55|38|57 No: 69|69|68|45|62|43

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 39|31|53|54|51|56 No: 61|69|47|46|49|44

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 50|71|58|37|74|37 No: 50|29|42|63|26|63

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 75|49|54|49|65|45 No: 25|54|46|51|35|55

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 41%

Liberal: 30%

Socialist: 22%

Libertarian: 7%

 

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @Edouard @MBDemSoc

 

Still a campaigning phase. "There are many angles you can take to gain support: you can attack your opponent on certain issues, you can work to raise your awareness (basically, the more you type the better), and you can do impromptu campaign events."

John Turner IV makes rallies accross states, pursuing his bet :

About decolonialism :

Here is how a Turner government will settle the issue. First we will officially stay neutral, but then, during negotiations process at the United Nations, I will convince the Russians to ally me as well as enough countries, to diplomatically find a solution to decolonialism WITHOUT using a national position. It will be private meetings in UN with full consequences an our image will stay considered as neutral.

Thus, it does not involve the voice of the whole american people, but you know where we go!

 

Turner IV on Imperialism :

Once again, let's be the most economic powerfull country in the world and our kind of imperialism will stay unchallenged.


Turner maintains his stance about youth punishment :

If I was a governor I would vetoe this, but as presient I won't punish states for doing what they consider as just.

 

Turner strikes again on transportation :

Why are you willing public transportation? Because you fear high monopoly's prices.

Why are you opposing public transportation? Because you fear high levels of taxes.

My plan is the best compromise, state's intervention only if monopoly happens.

About expanding or creating lines, it's up to the states, I won't make any interference within.

 

Turner concludes on ecology :

Once again, you support green energy because you fear for the planet, and you oppose because you're doubtfull about the end of our society and the cost of such investment.

My plan offers a green economic growth's transition energy, both sides can put a vote in it.

I also want to announce that my VP will be a moderate liberal to represent another way to see how our planet is working 

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President Lauss details the campaign strategy to his top surrogates

Liberal Strategy Northeast

Vice President Winchester will be asked to campaign heavily in the Northeast, particularly his home state of New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. He is to emphasize the need to get healthcare for the elderly, and that Liberals are attempting to forge multi-partisan deals to get this done. Focus on the work aspect that the Liberals are tireless in their pledge to make a better America for all, not just the wealthy elite that can afford to vote Socialist. 

Liberal Strategy Midwest

President Lauss will make a few appearances in person in his home state of Illinois and the neighboring states of Indiana and Wisconsin. His playbook is to talk at length about what the administration is trying to accomplish, and will need a rejuvenated effort to accomplish this in the face of stiff opposition. He will touch on topics like decolonization, with the belief that the US is not necessarily needing to meddle in the foreign policy of other nations. However, he will emphasize that he views colonization as an immoral practice and says that the goal in the end is complete decolonization and natives drawing their own borders. His two top Midwest surrogates, Iowa Sen. Charlotte Marksen, and Wisconsin Sen. Roland Marrows, are to focus on healthcare and delivering the message door-to-door about the need to expand healthcare access to the poor and the elderly, as well as children. He instructs them to use personal accounts to help the campaign.

Liberal Strategy West Coast/Non-Continentals

Local activists are to be used heavily in CA, OR, and WA, as few elected statewide Liberals exist. Elected Senators from Alaska, Hawaii, and governors of Cuba and Puerto Rico, are to hammer home the idea that the Liberals are the only party that has their interests at heart. Healthcare will be the #1 priority of the Liberal party in this election, and they are instructed to emphasize how the Liberal party can get done the work that is necessary.

Liberal Strategy South

Former President Thorne is approached to campaign broadly across the South to consolidate Liberal victories in the area. After initial reluctance, persistent requests from Lauss, and his VP Winchester, Thorne agrees to campaign across the South. Her efforts are to be focused on Texas and its surrounding states. She will hold rallies in major cities like Houston, TX, San Antonio TX, Austin, TX, Atlanta, GA, Miami, FL, Charlotte, NC, Birmingham, AL, and Mobile, AL. Lauss believes Thorne holds the keys to victory, and encourages her to do as much campaigning as she sees that she can do. She will tell personal tales of Texans that have suffered because the medical care is not as good as it should be. Her unique campaigning ability calls some Liberals to question why she did not choose to head the ticket in the previous election. 

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1975 Middle US Primary Results and Pre-Western and Overseas U.S. Primary Polls

 

Middle US Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 52|64|51|60|50+1|57% | 7+8+7+8+7+8 delegates | 53 delegates overall

 

Elinor Blake: 48|36|49|40|50|43% | 5+4+5+4+5+4 delegates | 31 delegates overall

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 70|65+.1|73|69|68|71% | 9+9+9+9+9+9 delegates | 63 delegates overall

 

Johanne Rolstad: 30|35|27|31|32|29% | 3+3+3+3+3+3 delegates | 21 delegates overall

 

Western and Overseas U.S. Polls [Southwest|West|West Coast|Non-Continentals]

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 54|57|63|64

 

Elinor Blake: 46|43|37|36

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 73|73|72|74


Johanne Rolstad: 27|27|28|26

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 61|78|40|41 No: 39|22|60|59

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 29|39|58|56 No: 71|61|42|44

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 37|37|56|64 No: 63|63|44|36

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 79|76|48|40 No: 21|24|52|60

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 79|79|47|57 No: 21|21|53|43

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 40%

Liberal: 30%

Socialist: 23%

Libertarian: 7%

 

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @Edouard @MBDemSoc

 

The last campaigning phase. "There are many angles you can take to gain support: you can attack your opponent on certain issues, you can work to raise your awareness (basically, the more you type the better), and you can do impromptu campaign events."

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24 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1975 Middle US Primary Results and Pre-Western and Overseas U.S. Primary Polls

 

Middle US Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 52|64|51|60|50+1|57% | 7+8+7+8+7+8 delegates | 53 delegates overall

 

Elinor Blake: 48|36|49|40|50|43% | 5+4+5+4+5+4 delegates | 31 delegates overall

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 70|65+.1|73|69|68|71% | 9+9+9+9+9+9 delegates | 63 delegates overall

 

Johanne Rolstad: 30|35|27|31|32|29% | 3+3+3+3+3+3 delegates | 21 delegates overall

 

Western and Overseas U.S. Polls [Southwest|West|West Coast|Non-Continentals]

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 54|57|63|64

 

Elinor Blake: 46|43|37|36

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 73|73|72|74


Johanne Rolstad: 27|27|28|26

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 61|78|40|41 No: 39|22|60|59

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 29|39|58|56 No: 71|61|42|44

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 37|37|56|64 No: 63|63|44|36

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 79|76|48|40 No: 21|24|52|60

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 79|79|47|57 No: 21|21|53|43

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 40%

Liberal: 30%

Socialist: 23%

Libertarian: 7%

 

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @Edouard @MBDemSoc

 

The last campaigning phase. "There are many angles you can take to gain support: you can attack your opponent on certain issues, you can work to raise your awareness (basically, the more you type the better), and you can do impromptu campaign events."

John maintains his speech

As for me states can regulate I do not know why I should have to change my speech.

However here's the truth, here's why politicians change their speech according to the region they're talking to.

 

Public ads are relayed accross states :

 

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About decolonialism :

Here is how a Turner government will settle the issue. First we will officially stay neutral, but then, during negotiations process at the United Nations, I will convince the Russians to ally me as well as enough countries, to diplomatically find a solution to decolonialism WITHOUT using a national position. It will be private meetings in UN with full consequences an our image will stay considered as neutral.

Thus, it does not involve the voice of the whole american people, but you know where we go!

 

Turner IV on Imperialism :

Once again, let's be the most economic powerfull country in the world and our kind of imperialism will stay unchallenged.


Turner maintains his stance about youth punishment :

If I was a governor I would vetoe this, but as presient I won't punish states for doing what they consider as just.

 

Turner strikes again on transportation :

Why are you willing public transportation? Because you fear high monopoly's prices.

Why are you opposing public transportation? Because you fear high levels of taxes.

My plan is the best compromise, state's intervention only if monopoly happens.

About expanding or creating lines, it's up to the states, I won't make any interference within.

 

Turner concludes on ecology :

Once again, you support green energy because you fear for the planet, and you oppose because you're doubtfull about the end of our society and the cost of such investment.

My plan offers a green economic growth's transition energy, both sides can put a vote in it.

I also want to announce that my VP will be a moderate liberal to represent another way to see how our planet is working

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32 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1975 Middle US Primary Results and Pre-Western and Overseas U.S. Primary Polls

 

Middle US Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 52|64|51|60|50+1|57% | 7+8+7+8+7+8 delegates | 53 delegates overall

 

Elinor Blake: 48|36|49|40|50|43% | 5+4+5+4+5+4 delegates | 31 delegates overall

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 70|65+.1|73|69|68|71% | 9+9+9+9+9+9 delegates | 63 delegates overall

 

Johanne Rolstad: 30|35|27|31|32|29% | 3+3+3+3+3+3 delegates | 21 delegates overall

 

Western and Overseas U.S. Polls [Southwest|West|West Coast|Non-Continentals]

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 54|57|63|64

 

Elinor Blake: 46|43|37|36

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 73|73|72|74


Johanne Rolstad: 27|27|28|26

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 61|78|40|41 No: 39|22|60|59

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 29|39|58|56 No: 71|61|42|44

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 37|37|56|64 No: 63|63|44|36

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 79|76|48|40 No: 21|24|52|60

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 79|79|47|57 No: 21|21|53|43

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 40%

Liberal: 30%

Socialist: 23%

Libertarian: 7%

 

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @Edouard @MBDemSoc

 

The last campaigning phase. "There are many angles you can take to gain support: you can attack your opponent on certain issues, you can work to raise your awareness (basically, the more you type the better), and you can do impromptu campaign events."

Southwest Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism, imperialism in general, youth punishment, transport and protecting the environment while campaigning in these States.

Also re-state the policies on the military, evolution and healthcare from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

West Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on European colonialism, imperialism in general, youth punishment, transport and protecting the environment while campaigning in these States.

Also re-state the policies on drugs and the military from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election and also the Party's opposition to the Lens plan.

 

West Coast Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policy on government surveillance.

Also re-state the policies on the military, healthcare, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

 

Non-Continentals Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policies on protecting the environment and government surveillance.

Also re-state the policies on evolution, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election and also the Party's opposition to the Lens plan.

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1975 Western and Overseas US Primary Results and 1976 General Election Campaigning

 

Western and Overseas US Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 61|47|59|55% | 8+5+8+7 delegates | 81 delegates overall --- Wins Nomination!

 

Elinor Blake: 39|53|41|45+.1% | 4+7+4+5 delegates | 51 delegates overall

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 74|64|64|82% | 9+8+8+10 delegates | 98 delegates overall --- Wins Nomination!

 

Johanne Rolstad: 26|36|36|18% | 3+4+4+2 delegates | 34 delegates overall

 

1976 General Campaigning

 

Now, it is the last chance to make an impression. You all have an arsenal of facts, and the ability to really hit the road this campaign trail. You must now officially fill out the election ticket, meaning you will distinguish who your running mate is. This is the last post before election results, so campaign hard! Results will begin at the earliest on Thursday.

 

Candidates

 

Liberals: Nathaniel Lauss and

Conservatives: Phyllis Slater and

Socialists: Faulkner and ?Hill?

Libertarians: Turner and

Independents: Rolstad and

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 37%

Liberal: 29%

Socialist: 24%

Libertarian: 10%

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President Lauss clarifies that he will ask VP Winchester to serve for another term, if elected. They attack the Conservatives hard at the convention for failing to get behind a popular bill that would allow the elderly to gain access to medical care much easier and much faster. He says he will be making trips in person to key campaign locations like Illinois, Wisconsin, Texas, and Pennsylvania. 

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2 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1975 Western and Overseas US Primary Results and 1976 General Election Campaigning

 

Western and Overseas US Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 61|47|59|55% | 8+5+8+7 delegates | 81 delegates overall --- Wins Nomination!

 

Elinor Blake: 39|53|41|45+.1% | 4+7+4+5 delegates | 51 delegates overall

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 74|64|64|82% | 9+8+8+10 delegates | 98 delegates overall --- Wins Nomination!

 

Johanne Rolstad: 26|36|36|18% | 3+4+4+2 delegates | 34 delegates overall

 

1976 General Campaigning

 

Now, it is the last chance to make an impression. You all have an arsenal of facts, and the ability to really hit the road this campaign trail. You must now officially fill out the election ticket, meaning you will distinguish who your running mate is. This is the last post before election results, so campaign hard! Results will begin at the earliest on Thursday.

 

Candidates

 

Liberals: Nathaniel Lauss and

Conservatives: Phyllis Slater and

Socialists: Faulkner and ?Hill?

Libertarians: Turner and

Independents: Rolstad and

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 37%

Liberal: 29%

Socialist: 24%

Libertarian: 10%

Faulkner and Hill is the ticket, campaigning will be primarily focused on the Liberal regions of the Southwest and West, the Lean Liberal regions of the Industrial Centers, Industrial Midwest, Southern Outskirts and the Deep South as well as the Tossup regions of the Upper South, the Non-continentals and Swing States, the Soc Lab strategies from earlier in the campaign will still apply in all the regions, Faulker attacks the Liberal Healthcare plan for not going far enough in terms of coverage of the population and also non-universal population coverage for government programs can lead to them being easily cut in terms of funding but he praises it for being well-intentioned, he also attacks the current Private Healthcare System for spending too much money on administrative overhead and its value for money being rather low due to the US spending more on health care is higher than most wealthy nations but the life expectancy being lower than in those other wealthy nations (OOC: assuming stats in this world are similar in terms of healthcare) and he attacks the Conservative Party's defence of the system.

New England Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab platform policy on government surveillance.

Also re-state the policies on healthcare, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms from Geoffrey McGregor's platform from the last Presidential Election.

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VP Charles Winchester agrees to be on the ticket with President Lauss

 

Sen. Johanne Rolstad asks fmr. Gov. Erin Ocean of Texas if she wants to serve as her running mate in herincumbenet run if Ocean declines she asks fmr.Sen and fmr.Guberntorial candidate Josphine VIncent of Minnesota if she wants to.

Rolstad will focus heavely on edcutation and health care and will travel to all the same states as the President does.

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Vincent agrees after Ocean declines, refusing to split the liberal party.

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4 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1975 Western and Overseas US Primary Results and 1976 General Election Campaigning

 

Western and Overseas US Primary Results

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 61|47|59|55% | 8+5+8+7 delegates | 81 delegates overall --- Wins Nomination!

 

Elinor Blake: 39|53|41|45+.1% | 4+7+4+5 delegates | 51 delegates overall

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 74|64|64|82% | 9+8+8+10 delegates | 98 delegates overall --- Wins Nomination!

 

Johanne Rolstad: 26|36|36|18% | 3+4+4+2 delegates | 34 delegates overall

 

1976 General Campaigning

 

Now, it is the last chance to make an impression. You all have an arsenal of facts, and the ability to really hit the road this campaign trail. You must now officially fill out the election ticket, meaning you will distinguish who your running mate is. This is the last post before election results, so campaign hard! Results will begin at the earliest on Thursday.

 

Candidates

 

Liberals: Nathaniel Lauss and

Conservatives: Phyllis Slater and

Socialists: Faulkner and ?Hill?

Libertarians: Turner and

Independents: Rolstad and

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 37%

Liberal: 29%

Socialist: 24%

Libertarian: 10%

John Turner IV in its HQ - private discussion : 4 years ago the Libertarian party was at 2% nationally, I quintified it.

Now that I'm the uncontested ruler of the Libertarian Party, time to close the back on the left.

John Turner IV launches a national manifesto for the Libertarian party with news promises, a national charta which opens the door to left and right policies under direct democracy's point.

Quote

 

Libertarian Party manifesto now includes news promises

Considering that we're among those who truly believe in people's power, this national charta is now indicted.

The Libertarian Party is dedicated to :

-Creates or extend referendums from citizen's will within districts and states as of nationally which will have a power of law for their belonging part of powers mentionned within the Constitution.

-Gives a power of law to every referendum which will be voted.

-Every Libertarian candidate won't veto if elected as Govenor or President referendum's results excepted if they are going against the Constitution, which is the basic power of a Court.

However

The Libertarian Party will still promote liberty societally and economically within its policies and messages, but the party will respect conservatives as liberal's plans as long as a true majority supports it by referendum. We will be the only party to really accept such kinds of results. Socialists would veto libertarian's policies if voted by a majority even if they defend referendums, we won't veto socialist proposal if more than 50% of a state wants it, as long as it does not violates our Constitutionnal's liberties. And of course we will continue to prevail for libertarians policies even if we would not veto.

But now you're aware, a Libertarian's vote is a people's vote.

JT IV : Now we're opening the door to everyone who wants to take power by the ballot boxs. Everyone has interest to vote for us independently of its political affiliation because we're giving them the true means of power.

ABOUT VP

Turner selects a Liberal VP ( @Kingthero either a liberal joins and accept the VP either you take a minor liberal who haven't been in the liberal primaries 😛

For example we can create a liberal State Senator from New York named Edward Timpson who's from the local Liberal party and can be fired of for joining the ticket)

Alongside this, campain broadcast start for Libertarian party

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "Libertarian party"

 

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "libertarian party vs republican and democrat"

(don't take the LP.ORG just 😛)

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One to seduce socialist's vote outside both left and right.

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And a huge focus on referendum's promise where the party intends to prevail.

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On 12/2/2018 at 1:03 AM, MBDemSoc said:

President List

1. Jefferson Bunt (Federalist) (Virginia)
April 30, 1789 - March 4, 1797

2. Samuel Lewis Jr. (Federalist) (New York)
March 4, 1797 - March 4, 1801

3. William M. Aldridge (Democratic-Republican) (Pennsylvania)
March 4, 1801 - March 4, 1809

4. Alexander Bunt Jr. (Federalist) (Virginia)
March 4, 1809 - March 1, 1820 (Resigned from Office)

5. Waler G. Maxwell (Democratic-Republican) (New Hampshire)
March 1, 1820 - March 5, 1821

6. William M. Aldridge (Democratic-Republican) (Pennsylvania)
March 5, 1821 - March 4, 1829

7. Godfrey Henry (Progress) (Tennessee)
March 4, 1829 - March 4, 1833

8. Thomas Gates (Federalist) (Delaware)
March 4, 1833 - March 4, 1841 

9. Godfrey Henry (Progress) (Tennessee)
March 4, 1841 - March 4, 1849

10. Elijah T. Morris (Federalist From 1849 to 1856) (Progress from 1856 Onwards) (Massachusetts)
March 4, 1849 - March 4, 1861

11. Gregory Brooke (Liberty) (Maine)
March 4, 1861 - March 4, 1885

12. Frederick J. Carpenter (Conservative) (New York)
March 4, 1885 - March 4, 1889

13. Sven Atkinson (Liberal) (Ohio)
March 4, 1889 - March 4, 1897

14. Lewis Barker (Progress) (California)
March 4, 1897 - March 4, 1901

15. Henry Rothschild (Liberal) (California)
March 4, 1901 - March 4, 1909

16. John Rodgers (Conservative) (Texas)
March 4, 1909 - March 4, 1917

17. Keller Ryburn (Liberal) (Nebraska)
March 4, 1917 - March 4, 1925 

18. Arty J. Talbot (Conservative) (New York)
March 4, 1925 - January 20, 1935 (Resigned from Office)

19. Theodore Hillsbury (Conservative) (Indiana) 
January 20, 1935 - January 20, 1941 

20. Margaret Ellis (Liberal) (Montana)
January 20, 1941 - January 20, 1949

21. Kristen Langford (Liberal) (Iowa)
January 20, 1949 - January 20, 1953

22. Carly Trebuano (Conservative) (Michigan)
January 20, 1953 - 1955 (Died in Office)

23. Dan Cruz (Conservative) (Florida)
1955 - 1957 (After January 20) (Died in Office)

24. Ron Reynolds (Conservative) (California)
1957 (After January 20) - January 20, 1961

25. Hamilton Humphrey (Socialist Labor) (Minnesota)
January 20, 1961 - January 20, 1965

26. Jacqueline Thorne (Liberal) (Texas)
January 20, 1965 - January 20, 1973

27. Nathaniel Lauss (Liberal) (Illinois)
January 20, 1973 - 

 

On 12/2/2018 at 1:04 AM, MBDemSoc said:

Vice President List

1. Samuel Lewis Jr. (Federalist) (New York)
April 21, 1789 - March 4, 1797

2. Jacob William Henderson (Democratic-Republican) (Virginia)
March 4, 1797 - March 4, 1801

3. Samuel Lewis Jr. (Federalist) (New York)
March 4, 1801 - April 30, 1801 (Died in Office)

4. Herman Jefferson Bigelow (Democratic-Republican) (Virginia)
March 4, 1805 - March 4, 1809

5. Silas Baldwin (Federalist) (Delaware)
March 4, 1809 - March 1, 1820 (Resigned from Office)

6. Herman Jefferson Bigelow (Democratic-Republican) (Virginia)
March 5, 1821 - March 4, 1829 

7. Henry Clinton (Progress) (New York)
March 4, 1829 - 1830 (Died in Office)

8. Frederick C. Dallsworth (Independent) (New Jersey)
March 4, 1833 - March 4, 1837

9. Philemon Chase (Federalist)
March 4, 1837 - March 4, 1841

10. Richard B. Carlyle (Progress) (Indiana)
March 4, 1841 - March 4, 1849

11. Frederick C. Dallsworth (Federalist) (New Jersey)
March 4, 1849 - March 4, 1853

12. Benjamin M. Hickory (Federalist) (Connecticut)
March 4, 1853 - March 4, 1857

13. Mark Josiah Hamilton (Progress) (Maryland)
March 4, 1857 - March 4, 1861 

14. Philemon Gutch (Liberty)
March 4, 1861 - 1875 (Died in Office)

15. Fredrick Bunt (Liberty) (Alabama)
March 4, 1877 - March 4, 1885

16. Stephen M. McEnroe (Conservative) (Missouri)
March 4, 1885 - March 4, 1889

17. Harry Rothschild (Liberal) (California)
March 4, 1889 - March 4, 1893

18. Fredrick Bunt (Liberal) (Alabama)
March 4, 1893 - March 4, 1897

19. Harper Inning (Progress) (Illinois)
March 4, 1897 - March 4, 1901 

20. Theodora Roosevelt (Liberal)
March 4, 1901 - March 4, 1905

21. Lucian Cartwright (Liberal) (Virginia)
March 4, 1905 - March 4, 1909

22. Ted Hillsbury (Conservative) (Indiana)
March 4, 1909 - March 4, 1917

23. Rosaline Vickers (Liberal) (Georgia)
March 4, 1917 - March 4, 1925 

24. Theodore Hillsbury (Conservative) (Indiana)
March 4, 1925 - January 20, 1935 

25. Carly Trebuano (Conservative) (Michigan)
January 20, 1937 - January 20, 1941 

26. John Brown (Liberal) (Pennsylvania)
January 20, 1941 - January 20, 1949

27. Jerry Francis (Liberal) (Massachusetts)
January 20, 1949 - January 20, 1953

28. Dan Cruz (Conservative) (Florida)
January 20, 1953 - 1955

29. Ron Reynolds (Conservative) (California)
January 20, 1957 - 1957 (After January 20)

30. Earl Hass (Socialist Labor) (New York)
January 20, 1961 - January 20, 1965 

31. Harry Erring (Liberal) (Michigan) 
January 20, 1965 - January 20, 1973

32. Charles Winchester (Liberal) (New York)
January 20, 1973 - 
 

 

Updated.

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39 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

31. Harry Erring (Liberal) (Michigan) 
January 20, 1965 - January 20, 1973

32. Charles Winchester (Liberal) (New York)
January 20, 1973 - 

Nevermind, interesting to do VPs

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5 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Nevermind, interesting to do VPs

Wikipedia does the same so I just thought why not?

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Speaker Slater announces the nomination of New York Governor Bill Buckley as her nominee for Vice-President. Buckley's New York economic Miracle adds Northeastern gravitas to the ticket. The Conservative Party will focus heavily on holding the Northeast as well as the West Coast but then making inroads into the Midwest and South. We will campaign relentlessly with our surrogates, local governors, in the Midwest as well as the Great Plains and Deep South. We campaign on a platform of social values that have been lost under Liberal rule, at this time it is clear America can do better and after many terms of Liberal Presidents it is clearly time for a change, time for new leadership and new ideas to rejuvenate the American spirit in D.C. Speaker Slater goes on tours with the many colorful characters of the conservative movement and runs a largely grassroots campaign attempting to shift the Midwest and Deep South to the Conservative party by uniting the nation on moral values like Prayer, Evolution, and other Family Style, important social issues.

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President Lauss launches a 50-state campaign, utilizing local and state officials from the states to campaign on his behalf. They are to emphasize Liberal priorities like compromise, care, and integrity. Lauss himself will blitz the Eastern states close to DC so he can keep up with work and campaign at the same time. He emphasizes that Liberal politicians were the ones that were trying to make healthcare work for every party, that the Socialists pulled too hard and the Conservatives not enough. Socialist amendments dulled support from Conservatives for the proposal, which was widely popular. Liberals champion their proposal at an unveiling ceremony at the White House. President Lauss, flanked by VP Winchester, and numerous Senators and Governors unveil the Medicine System for America (MSA), which will provide medical insurance to seniors above the age of 65. It will also provide insurance for children under the age of 5. The document will be submitted to the House for a vote. 

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(don't consider gerrymandering if it does not exist in this fictionnal America, if not, count it :))

Turner on 50 states, promoting his referendum's campain nationally with all his party's members and elected locally and nationally :

JT IV : Do you want a Liberal that will promise you news healthcares untill that a Conservative majority throws it away? Or will you cast your vote for a fiscally Conservative policy untill that a Liberal wins by bipartisanism and rise taxs for 4 years at least?

Referendums are the only solution to change policy quickly than by elections. It also impeach GERRYMANDERING which throws many votes away in the representative's assemblies.

We also believe that local authorities in counties should neither let their territorial rules away to the state.

Take the power, vote Libertarian.

 

JT IV on Libertarianism promises : A Libertarian policy will drop the taxs and free the people.

With Socialist you have civil freedom but your property is not ensured at all due to too much taxs.

 

With Liberals taxs are still too high but they defend civil liberties in a moderate but clear way.

 

With Conservatives your property will be quite well preserved this time, but say bye bye to civil liberties which quite disagree with Holy Texts.

 

With Libertarians say hi to property and civil liberties.

 

Our personnal policy is to drop the taxs by 10% to half in the 4 years of our next governorship, same at federal level.

 

We will replace them by freezing bureaucracy codes, simplifying administratives codes for everybody, and signing free trades.

 

JT IV : A Libertarian government won't overstep its federal bounds for a national policy, hence our governors won't veto any referendum which does not contradict the Constitution if you let us implement them.

That's how in the final point, Turner puts away the first pledge of the Libertarians

The Constitution says your state is free of its healthcare and education, why should the federal has a word on it?

If a clear majority of a state is okay with a policy, the Libertarians, contrary to every others parties, won't discuss it, neither in civil, neither in property.

We will never act if a clear majority doesn't back us, because we will never act against a clear majority of the people in a state if this state is directly concerned!

Hence our referendum promise will be implemented only in states which back it, but let's have a try of liberty, it has an unic taste.

 

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Governor Elinor Blake: Is going to campaign for the conservative ticket in California.

Mr. Leon Fitzroy: He is willing to put money in the conservative ticket if the cadidate promise him either the Attorney General or Treasury sec posts in her cabinet.

VP Charles Winchester: Is going to campaign togthere with the president.

Fmr Rep. David Winchester: Is campaignig himself for a seat in The US. Senate from NY but is also campaignign for the Liberal ticket in New York.

Sen. Johanne Rolstad: She will focus on all states but will focus mostly on states like: Minnesota, Wisconsin,Illnois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Michigan, Maine, New Jersey and Virgina. She is willing to withdraw and endorse the presidental ticket if he pledges to a health care plan and if Rolstad and her running mate gets positions in the cabinet.

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Election of 1976

 

General Election Round 1

 

Slater/Buckley (Con) 281 EV 33% PV

Lauss/Winchester (Lib) 179 EV 26% PV

Faulkner/Hill (Soc) 71 EV 23% PV (MI, WI, LA, GA, FL)

Turner/Timpson (Libt) 35 EV 16% PV (ME, NH, VT, RI, IA, SD, UT, NM)

Rolstad/Vincent (Indy) 0 EV 2% PV

 

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Note: Slater barely managed to secure the electoral vote needed for a victory, mainly due to the surprise loss in California. Third parties spoiled the vote in many areas, truly showing how hectic elections can be with strong third parties.

 

General Election Round 2

 

Slater/Buckley (Con) 349 EV 53% PV

Lauss/Winchester (Lib) 217 EV 47% PV

 

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Note: In the first two round contest in many elections, the stronger Conservative Party was able to flip back California, as well as gain additional electoral votes. The Liberal Party is beginning to lose its national identity, as its polling is nearly tied with the Socialists, due to losing significant numbers to the fiercely rising Socialist and Libertarian parties. The Conservatives have stagnated in the meantime, however.

 

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Region Breakdown (Pop Vote)

 

New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT) : Very Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: Imperialism, Environment, Travel

Industrial Centers (NY, PA, OH, IL) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Travel, Decolonization, Juveniles

Industrial Midwest (MN, WI, MI, IN) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: Environment, Decolonization, Juveniles

West Coast (CA, OR, WA, NV, AZ, UT) : Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: Travel, Environment, Juveniles

Deep South (NM, OK, TX, LA, AR, MS, AL, GA) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: Juveniles, Decolonization, Imperialism

Upper South (SC, NC, VA, TN, WV, KY, MO) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Decolonization, Environment, Juveniles

West (ID, MT, WY, CO, ND, SD, NE, KS) : Lean Liberal | Region Hot 3 Issues: Imperialism, Juveniles, Travel

Non-Continentals (HI, CU, PR, AK) : Tossup | Region Hot 3 Issues: Environment, Imperialism, Decolonization

Swing States (IA, NJ, MD, DE, FL, DC) : Lean Conservative | Region Hot 3 Issues: Decolonization, Environment, Juveniles

 

Congress

Conservatives 42/104 Senate 37% US Rep

Liberals 36/104 Senate 28% US Rep

Socialists 18/104 Senate 21% US Rep

Libertarians 8/104 Senate 14% US Rep

RP Note: Congress leans socially lean left and economically lean right at this point in time.

 

@Reagan04 events tomorrow.

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