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John Turner IV hold a speech :

My friends, today the Libertarian party prevail as the only true Libertary Party of the US.

With the Conservatives your property will be protected, but your societal rights won't.

They are against progressism on rights.

With the Liberals and the Socialists your rights will be defended, but your property offended.

Only one party stands in both. Don't forget it when will be the time to vote, who is the closest son of founding fathers.

Our philosophy is simple, we just believe that you're smart enough to know what you want.

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1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

OOC : i would hesitate to try to put my char as candidate or make him endorse one in NY gubernational to try to make a smatch as it's close of NH

In win or defeat in the state it would increase his potentiality to make gains for his party in New England

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18 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

New York Gubernatorial:

Rep. Phil Seeger Libertarian Socialist (Running Mate: NYC City Council Speaker Mario Marcantonio Social Democrat)

California Gubernatorial:

Socialist Labor Party Offers to endorse The Liberal Party for governor in California, in return for the Liberal endorsement in Minnesota @Hestia11(If they refuse, Mayor of Sacramento Job Hanford, of the Libertarian Socialist Caucus will run) 

Texas Gubernatorial:

Harris County-14 Judge Philip Bynum, Democratic Socialist 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Pete Robinson singer and political activist, Democratic Socialist

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

State Sen. Walter McCarthy Social Democrat (Running Mate:  Elizabeth Lincoln Democratic Socialist)

(Do states have the same Lt. Governor selection process, as they do in reality? If not I'll change MN and NY) 

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3 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

Incumbents Erin Ocean and Matthew Blazer plan to run for re-election.

@WVProgressive the Liberal Party believes that in order to remain a national party separate from the connotations of the Socialist Party, they will remain running as an independent party in every state.

New York Gubernatorial - State Senate Liberal Leader Horace Johnson (L-NY), Age 48, announces he intends to run for the governorship on a platform of growth and jobs.

California Gubernatorial - State Rep. Alyssa Hendricks (L-CA), age 59, announces that she will run for the governorship on a platform of bringing more public works projects to California.

Minnesota Gubernatorial - Fmr. Senator Josephine Vincent (L-MN), age 75, announces that she will run for Minnesota governor, stating the governor's policies are outside of the mainstream of Minnesota's citizens, and that more needs to be done to stand up for Minnesota at a national level.

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2 hours ago, Edouard said:

OOC : i would hesitate to try to put my char as candidate or make him endorse one in NY gubernational to try to make a smatch as it's close of NH

In win or defeat in the state it would increase his potentiality to make gains for his party in New England

Running in these Governor elections is key to establishing a platform, and getting more national support. (including NH)

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2 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

(Do states have the same Lt. Governor selection process, as they do in reality? If not I'll change MN and NY) 

Running mates for these elections have no impact in this RP, so lets just say sure!

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7 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

New York:

Governor Buckley announces his re-election campaign championing his ratification of the Lens Plan in New York as well as a new economic boom characterized by his deregulation of business and deep tax cuts which has seen unprecedented development across the state but particularly in Downtown Manhattan which is seeing large financial institutions across the world relocate to Wall St. as the Governor takes the credit for negotiating those deals.

California:

Conservative Party orthodoxy loves Governor Blake and wholeheartedly endorses her for a new term.

Texas:

Attorney General of Texas, Conservative firebrand and growing cult hero among Texans for his buttery voice and cowboy hats Jack Conway throws his both literal and proverbial hat into the race for Governor. As Attorney General, Conway has made a name for himself nationwide for Texas' leading stances on prosecuting criminals and his blunt use of the Death Penalty, he has been considered divisive by many, but there is also an odd magnetism to him. He is incredibly charismatic and has the aura of a Southern Gentleman to him. He runs hard on ratifying the Lens Plan when Texans overwhelmingly desire it but the Governor, out of step with the people of Texas, refuses to grant it to them. He takes to campaigning in all 254 counties of Texas using his magnetic charisma to attract people at a basic level, to get them riled up about government and to make them see a down to earth guy willing to take the reigns from a woman that has just sat in Austin for 4 years. His campaign slogan? "A Lawman for the Common Man"

Tennessee:

Rev. Elijah Lloyd Johnson is back on the scene! What has he been doing this past term you might ask? More than just preaching of course! The fiery evangelical has been organizing and now Chairs the Evangelical Black Revival Association (EBRA). As the President of EBRA, he has spent the past four years traveling from Virginia to Mississippi and Missouri to Georgia and Maryland to Alabama he has been recruiting young black religious leaders into the ranks of the Conservative party. And with the HQ of EBRA back in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee he is launching a second bid for Governor of Tennessee with an even large grassroots backing and donations pouring in from across the South with a much less dominant Liberal hold on the region. Can he triumph this time?

Minnesota:

Governor Amundsen announces his bid for re-election. He emphasizes his youth and development programs that have reinvigorated Minnesotan farms. The Estate Tax has been axed and other measures have been taken to drastically reduce the size of the government at Minneapolis. The Governor takes his message straight to the people, barnstorming across the state as he often would when he represented a strength between Rural Southern Minnesota around Rochester and up to the Twin City Suburbs in Eagan. At only 45 years, he possesses an incredibly energy as well as quite the following among Libertarian youth. 

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13 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

(Thank you!)

 

Libertarian strategy :

Libertarian Senator John Turner IV launches his campain for NY gubernational.

It's time to beat Conservatives by establishing a better alternative and a better opportunity for NY.

People of NY are diverse an multicultural due to New York itself so it could be the start of a revolution.

I will make clear that if I win, I will renounce to my NH senatorial seat.

 

Texas : Libertarian Edward Delleforte US. REP of Texas 3 district (I guess we have some Reps however let's say he's a senator) launches his candidacy.

People of texas! You do not want federal control on your state, me too, let's change the tune and let's make a great state like Texas a free powerfull economic state!

 

California : Libertarian State senator Marta Quincy became the first Woman to start a gubernational campain for Libertarians as governor.

California! A state of innovations, productions, a state which has its own traditions and its ow roots as its own history, such an identity can only live with a party that will stand for its difference in the national stage.

 

Tennesse : Libertarian John Turner IV  ready for a state alliance with the Liberals as long as they offer a moderate economic stance and a powerfull progressionnal platform on society.

 

Minnesota : Libertarian John Turner IV and the party which agree with him ready for a state alliance with the Conservatives considering the actions of the current governor in economy as long as their platform push forward individual liberties.

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(Jus( want to make clear that the Libertarians who support my char are open to an alliance with the Conservatives in Minnesota due to gov platform on economy and autonomy at some conditions and okay with Liberals in Tennessee at some conditions too 😛

The rest are candidaties, my own goes for NY)

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15 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

New York Gubernatorial:

Rep. Phil Seeger Libertarian Socialist (Running Mate: NYC City Council Speaker Mario Marcantonio Social Democrat)

California Gubernatorial:

Socialist Labor Party Offers to endorse The Liberal Party for governor in California, in return for the Liberal endorsement in Minnesota @Hestia11(If they refuse, Mayor of Sacramento Job Hanford, of the Libertarian Socialist Caucus will run) 

Texas Gubernatorial:

Harris County-14 Judge Philip Bynum, Democratic Socialist 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Pete Robinson singer and political activist, Democratic Socialist

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

State Sen. Walter McCarthy Social Democrat (Running Mate:  Elizabeth Lincoln Democratic Socialist)

(Do states have the same Lt. Governor selection process, as they do in reality? If not I'll change MN and NY) 

No other Soc Lab candidates for these races come forward (Have been busy with IRL Labour Party campaigning).

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16 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Phase

 

Term limits are based on IRL in 1974; every midterm from now on may change that based on probability.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Bill Buckley (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 53%

California Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Elinor Blake (C) @Alexak1209 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Texas Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Erin Ocean (L) @Hestia11 (no term limits) Popularity: 55%

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Matthew Blazer (L) @Hestia11 (two consecutive term limit) Popularity: 52%

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

Incumbent: Orm Amundsen (C) @Reagan04 (no term limits) Popularity: 52%

If desired, make candidates for each of the five elections, or endorse other parties. Each off-year will consist of five governorship elections, aimed at shifting regional politics. Since it is not as important as a Presidential year, I will continue even if people don't post, but I will attempt to ping those who would be interested.

 

@Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Reagan04 @MBDemSoc @WVProgressive @Edouard @NYConservative

New York:

Congressman David Winchester will try to run for the Governor ship after his brother lost it last time. But his brother Vice President Charles Winchester has not endorsed him. David winchester will run for the Liberal Party but sees that the competition will be hard bith in the primary and general election. Winchester has been a very loud critic of Incumbenet Governor Buckley.

California:

Governor Elinor Blake will run for reelection. She will run largely on the same platform as the first election. Blake has signed into law a bill that demands that California schools only teach creatonism.

Texas:

Leon Fitzroy will try again for the Texas governor seat. But not as a independent. He will run for the Conservative Party and he will run on a more conservative platform with his key issue is to stop immigraition to Texas.

 

Minnesota:

Senator Johanne Rolstad from the Liberal Party will try to run for Governor. She is 39 and was only elected to the senate last election but she sees the Govenor Amundsen as the worst governor in Minnesotas history. If she isnt elected as the Liberal Candidate she will still run but as a independent candidate.

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16 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

No other Soc Lab candidates for these races come forward (Have been busy with IRL Labour Party campaigning).

That's right didn't you say that you're a candidate in your local elections? If so I hope you win!

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2 hours ago, Alexak1209 said:

New York:

Congressman David Winchester will try to run for the Governor ship after his brother lost it last time. But his brother Vice President Charles Winchester has not endorsed him. David winchester will run for the Liberal Party but sees that the competition will be hard bith in the primary and general election. Winchester has been a very loud critic of Incumbenet Governor Buckley.

California:

Governor Elinor Blake will run for reelection. She will run largely on the same platform as the first election. Blake has signed into law a bill that demands that California schools only teach creatonism.

Texas:

Leon Fitzroy will try again for the Texas governor seat. But not as a independent. He will run for the Conservative Party and he will run on a more conservative platform with his key issue is to stop immigraition to Texas.

 

Minnesota:

Senator Johanne Rolstad from the Liberal Party will try to run for Governor. She is 39 and was only elected to the senate last election but she sees the Govenor Amundsen as the worst governor in Minnesotas history. If she isnt elected as the Liberal Candidate she will still run but as a independent candidate.

Governor Buckley extends the invitation to a Trans-National Governor's Summit to Governor Blake where they can discuss possible economic cooperation between the two economic powerhouses of California and New York. They also discuss how ratifying the Lens Plan in their states have greatly strengthened their education system. Attorney General Jack Conway of Texas is also invited and plans to attend to represent Texas.

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Note: I will be on vacation between Sunday and Thursday so stuff may or may not happen in that time period. 

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John Turner IV rally in NY for his gubernational bid :

PEOPLE OF NY ! Conservatives of this state aren't as conservatives as the national party is, your vote could change a lot of things an I'm still a big defensor of your economic rights.

Liberals, it's time to win NY, and with us you can do it. We talk to the high middle class and answer to their fears that a liberal couldn't, we also are champions in rights. I officially promise to work and not veto more laws than the average of governors if you elect me. We will do accept representatives' will back independently of the majority either which is liberal or conservative.

(no problem  @Kingthero enjoy!)

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1974 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.

 

In races with more than one person of one party, the next set of polls will move on whomever has the higher % after the campaigning.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative 9%

 

(L) Horace Johnson - Loyalist - State Senator 19%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 28%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 42%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 6%

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 5%

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 36%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 4%

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Freya Farnham - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 4%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 46%

 

(C) Leon Fitzroy - Independent Conservative - Billionaire 10%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 38%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 2%

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 22%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 38%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 40%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 30%

 

(L) Johanne Rolstad - Secondary - Senator 14%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 17%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 39%

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@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Edouard

 

The more expansive and elaborate your campaigning is (basically your platform+what you goals are+anything else you do), as well as your attacks on your opponents (mainly, attack on their party's stances), the higher chance you have in the next set of polls.

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5 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

@Reagan04 @Alexak1209 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Edouard

 

The more expansive and elaborate your campaigning is (basically your platform+what you goals are+anything else you do), as well as your attacks on your opponents (mainly, attack on their party's stances), the higher chance you have in the next set of polls.

(I will love it)

John Turner IV reveals his platform for NY state :

Economy

It's time to create jobs, not useless national debates.

-Devellop harbours exportations of NY and use state's influence to push free-trade agreements with Canada and others countries.

-Scrap taxs for agricultors' activity so that they can reduce alimentary prices for everybody.

-Allow agricultors and wine producers to borrow money to the state of NY.

-Allow a greater protection and push forward legislation for Building industry and mines' extraction is some located places far away of the habitations and natural reserves.

-Freeze bureaucracy's increase for the next years

 

Crimes

-Reduce taxs for humanitarian associations so that they can give time to rehabilitation

-Increase rehabilitation's programs in prison such as the right to work

-Increase public broadcast to find back criminals (like research emissions) from the help of testimonies quickly after something like a rape or a murder happened (pre-amber alert)

 

Foreign Relationships

-Highly increase good relationships and economic partnership with Ontario and Quebec

 

Healthcare

-Allow private sector larger than currently

-Submit to the state the possibility that a voluntary social insurance fund based on people's will and co-managed by different economic experts.

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4 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

That's right didn't you say that you're a candidate in your local elections? If so I hope you win!

OOC: Thanks man.

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3 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1974 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.

 

In races with more than one person of one party, the next set of polls will move on whomever has the higher % after the campaigning.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative 9%

 

(L) Horace Johnson - Loyalist - State Senator 19%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 28%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 42%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 6%

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 5%

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 36%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 4%

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Freya Farnham - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 4%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 46%

 

(C) Leon Fitzroy - Independent Conservative - Billionaire 10%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 38%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 2%

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 22%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 38%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 40%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 30%

 

(L) Johanne Rolstad - Secondary - Senator 14%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 17%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 39%

Pete Ochs Platform

Make labor laws more pro-worker. Make it easier for workers to start or join a union.

Invest in programs to begin automating the workforce.

Abolish the state sales tax.

Increase funding for education, including subsidising higher education.

Give state protections to communes.

Take the state out of marriage, and make it a matter purely between the people getting married

Roll back some of the anti-gun rights legislation that's been passed. A person's right to self defence should never be infringed, and wont be infringed under an Ochs governorship.

Raise state income tax on the top 20% and lower it for the bottom 20%

 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 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 Healthcare service, to provide free healthcare to the poor, elderly, and children, and at a reduced rate for everybody else. Allow private health insurance, but increase regulation.

Establish a state utility company(water, electricity, etc) to compete with private utility companies

Job Hanford Platform

Devolve more power to local jurisdictions.

Where cities, or counties can provide and run their own public services, let them.

Outlaw ownership of land, whether by the government or private industry. The land would then be available for all to use as they see fit.

Create an economy based on the principle of give what you can, and take what you need.

Make labor laws more pro-worker. Make it easier for workers to start or join a union.

Invest in programs to begin automating the workforce.

Abolish the state sales tax.

Officially declare marriage as between two people

Increase funding for education, including subsidising higher education.

Give state protections to communes.

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 Healthcare service, to provide free healthcare to the poor, elderly, and children, and at a reduced rate for everybody else. Allow private health insurance, but increase regulation.

Philip Bynum platform (I don't know why he's labeled as Freya Farnham)

Implementation of a land value tax in the State.

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.

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 for primary and secondary education. Make higher education significantly cheeper

Create many new State parks and other environmental conservation areas.

Decriminalise homosexuality and abolish state marriage laws. Legalise birth control.

Abolish state sale tax

Pete Robinson Platform

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

Update taxation and regulation laws on vices for the modern day

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 fund that will be used to help Tennessee artists, filmmakers, writers, and any other culture creators 

Establish a state utility company(water, electricity, ect) to compete with private utility companies

Enact legislation that will create a State living wage, mandate that employers give their employees sick pay, give 42 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 21 days paid vacation.

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

Give more funding to education.

Abolish state sales tax

Walter McCarthy Platform

Establish a state utility company(water, electricity, etc) to compete with private utility companies

Increase funding for state education, but reform the curriculum to The Montessori Method

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 Healthcare service, to provide free healthcare to the poor, elderly, and children, and at a reduced rate for everybody else. Allow private health insurance, but increase regulation.

Make it easier to start a small business, provide grants to entrepreneurs, and remove the need for a licence for street vendors. 

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.

Reduce state sales tax

Institute tax credits for marriage, families with young children, and those going to a college in state. 

 

(I'll make attacks once everyone posts their platform.)

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John Turner IV endorses the socialist promises about Referendum but include a higher majority than 50% in his own program.

Also the Libertarian party of NY endorse the unpolitized marriage goal of the Socialist, assuring both share same vision on society.

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@Kingthero

Gov. James Buckley's re-election platform consists of a 10 point reform (New York)

Decrease State Income Tax to a flat rate of 10%

Fight against Anti-Gun legislation coming out of New York City

Increase funding to the State Police by diverting funds from state welfare services

Crack down on drugs in New York City and other major cities like Buffalo and Albany

Work with the Mayor of NYC to establish a State-level Vice taskforce to stop the sexual and drug related crimes that have been infecting our youth

Standardize the Lens Plan in execution across all New York schools

Continue our economic growth and development projects in New York City and abroad with trips to foreign financial powers

Finally abolish the State Property Tax

Relax Building regulations that stifle development

Make government attempts to bring private entities and industries into total public ownership barred by the Constitution of the State of New York

The Buckley campaign is going to make big use of the state's soaring economy under the Governor's leadership. He is also going to be making Crime and Social Reform a cornerstone of the way he has handled the culture and society of the Empire State. He attacks the Liberal and Socialist attempts to tear down the progress that has been made in the state and repudiates the Left-Wing's crusade against values in the classrooms and on our streets. Governor Buckley's ultimate theme is focused around the future. The campaign theme is to give our children a better and more prosperous future filled with economic opportunity and to make sure that they can continue our great republican project in New York by giving them the right values in the classroom and keeping them safe on our streets. We hit this message hard with parents and play up opportunity with non-parents.

Attn. Gen. Jack Conway announces a simple plan to keep the Common Man at the front of his administration (Texas)

Put Law and Order at the center of the new reforms in Austin including immigration reforms and drug law enforcement

FINALLY ratify the Lens Plan and bring Texas into the 1970s with the rest of America protecting its children

Cut down on the job-killing regulations put on the Texas Oil Industry among other sectors of the privately controlled economy

The Conway campaign has a lot less bells and whistles then some of the other campaigns across the nation but that is largely by design. It has 3 major prongs, each with separate sub-points but the Conway campaign largely keeps to these 3 main points when campaigning. The Campaign is not so much an ideological one as it is one about moving around Texas and connecting with people making great use of Jack Conway's surreal charisma and larger than life persona. Conway has garnered national attention for his magnetic speeches and simple rhetoric that has charmed the pants off of Texans young and old. The Attorney General highlights his commitment to bring in new jobs from across the Industrial Midwest and Northeast down into Texas as it is currently the fastest growing economy in the nation. He emphasizes the way that this can be done by incentivizing new technology companies in Texas as well as  less regulation on the oil industry to bring their Headquarters into the Lone Star State. He also makes hay not just of his plans for the economy but what he has already done for Texas in the way of being its chief enforcer of the law. He talks off strict immigration law, keeping Texas safe and keeping drugs off the street in Plain English. And finally he bemoans the governor's downright refusal to defend against the societal ills of the 20th century by jeopardizing our children's future by not passing the revolutionary Lens Plan and keeping our kids prey to homosexuals and atheists that stand against Texas Family Values. It's time we elect a Lawman for the Common Man, a Governor to keep you and your kids safe and to put Texas on top.

Rev. and newly minted President of EBRA announces his platform of reviving Small Business and Faith (Tennessee)

Support small businesses in cities by abolishing State Business taxes on small businesses

Lower Large Business taxes down to 15% to encourage large job growth in Tennessee

Follow New York's economic lead by moving to a 10% Personal Income Tax 

Cut Tennessee's government expenditures by supporting private alternatives in local communities

Ratify the Lens Plan and keep our youth from falling down a dark path

Take the leap into cooperating with the DEA to keep our kids away from illicit substances

Sponsor prayer in school and creationist policies in an extension of the Lens Plan which already tackles evolution, homosexuality, and other sexual issues called the "Johnson Amendment" which was piloted by the board of EBRA

Rev. Johnson's platform plays to both his bread and butter of social issues but also his deep desire to see economic growth in downtrodden black communities in places like Memphis, Nashville, Chattanooga, and Knoxville. The Reverend isn't necessarily magnetic in the same way as Conway or as much of a skilled policy debater a Buckley, but he does exude a raw charisma that has served him well in his sermons and continues to aid him in his campaigns. He visits small towns and churches, preaching to congregations of whites and blacks alike, and in his homilies talks of why we need new leadership in Nashville. He runs a grassroots organization of the new Southern Conservative Leagues being founded and put together as an organization by EBRA. Rev. Johnson will make sure to shake as many hands as possible and to let as many hears that will hear his voice hear it. His campaign is all about putting Tennessee back on its way to be a cultural pinnacle to the nation and Rev. Johnson plans to do that going from BBQ Joint to Mall. 

Gov. Orm Amundsen has his own plan to keep his state blue by emphasizing his farming policies and background (Minnesota)

Campaign on having abolished the Death Tax in Minnesota

Cut Income Taxes down to 10% and 5% down to farmers.

Cut business taxes on both large and medium farms to 10% and 5% respectively. Abolish business taxes on the small farmer.

Set up business relations with non-agricultural states for Minnesotan grain, beef, and pork. 

Move for local farm bureaus to take over self-regulatory power away from the Farm Agency in Minneapolis in a major move for local government

Make know  the Governor's steadfast support for the right to farmers to protect their property with arms

Unlike many other Conservatives, the Governor has never been one to juice turnout with issues like the Lens Plan. He gladly signed the law when the Minnesota Legislature put it on his desk and he'll run with it where it is vastly popular, among many groups that overlap with farmers. But he is mostly running not on charisma or ideology, but on energy. He takes the advanced age of his opponent and contrasts it with his youthfulness and energy by giving multiple rallies a week and meeting with all he can. And he allows his success as Governor to speak for his experience. He is an experienced young Governor and will do everything he can to make the most of those popular modifiers.

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John Turner IV agrees with the Conservative pledge on gun.

On society we take the best sides of both parties in addition of our own program.

Said in a public joke.

Pursuing his campain in downtown NY, by districts like Brooklyn Bronx and Queens.

My plan for Crime is simple.

1st : Create jobs to push out of poverty and put back in a full society those among yours who are currently exluded.

2nd : Push forward rehabilitation in prison and increase rights to freely work.

The idea that criminals are lost comes from high poverty, if we reduce it by changing their opportunities to live, we will reduce criminality by at least 12% in few years and for long.

 

1st advertising of the campain : From New York to N.Y.

We see John Turner IV from famous districts of New York:

New York is a big market open in the world.

These last years our commercial's center has been growing.

This is the solution to unemployment.

I will create 250 000 jobs in the next mandate by giving trade the free lance it need.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "NY in 1970"

But we haven't to forget our coutrysides.

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "NY countrysides"

NY agricultor is booming in wine and alimentation, we will help farmers to get out regulations, and have a better liberty to raise their production so that your daily cost reduces.

 

2nd advertising (I just take the Britain of 2005, it's just completely accurate with the scenario I even not have to just anything apart the name of the parties and british by American + change liberal democrat by libertarian but same)

 

Finally : about the lens plan the Libertarian campain is clear :

It will be decided by the representatives, or the people by referendum at 60% at least regarding what will be the end of the debate.

For my own, I firmly recommend to let schools and districts decide, they are not stupid.

 

@Kingthero (there are also some others messages above)

California : Libertarian Quincy

-Free legislation for developping technology as filmaking in order to create jobs.

-Massively privatize many public useless non-monopoly companies so that taxs can be reduced by half in 4 years.

-Let localities decide of the lens plan first

 

Texas Delleforte program

-Free legislation in oil's activity

-Massively privatize many public useless non-monopoly companies so that taxs can be reduced by half in 4 years.

-Let districts decide of their amount of policemen needed to improve security expense

-Let localities decide of the lens plan first

 

(John Turner IV is more moderate than his running mates in California and Texas)

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On 3/2/2019 at 11:55 AM, Kingthero said:

1974 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.

 

In races with more than one person of one party, the next set of polls will move on whomever has the higher % after the campaigning.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative 9%

 

(L) Horace Johnson - Loyalist - State Senator 19%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 28%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 42%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 6%

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 5%

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 36%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 4%

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Freya Farnham - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 4%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 46%

 

(C) Leon Fitzroy - Independent Conservative - Billionaire 10%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 38%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 2%

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 22%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 38%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 40%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 30%

 

(L) Johanne Rolstad - Secondary - Senator 14%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 17%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 39%

Johnson will drop out and endorse fellow Liberal Winchester for the governor's mansion.

In California, State Rep. Hendricks delivers a fiery speech in San Francisco about the need for change in the state and how she can be that change, that the administration in Sacramento does not adequately reflect the needs of Californians. She proclaims she will stand up for their state at a nationwide level, something Conservative administrations have not.

In Texas, Gov. Ocean highlights how she has led the state the past 4 years and the success they've had in creating well-paying jobs in the Lone Star State. She has enlisted Fmr. President Thorne to campaign on her behalf in her home state.

In Tennessee, Blazer makes a speech saying that he has stood for all Tennesseeans and that he will not rest until the state is fully represented at the national stage. He proclaims that his campaign has just begun.

In Minnesota, Fmr. Senator Vincent privately asks Sen. Rolstad to drop out and keep her Senate seat rather than splitting the Liberal ticket. She lambasts the Governor for his lack of cooperation with the government on big issues.

 

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