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On 3/2/2019 at 6:55 PM, 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%

Rep. David Winchester holding a speech in front of the Statue of Liberty

Everyone thank you for coming out here today. I will I want to personally thank Horace Johnson for his endorsment it mean wery much to me. Now i am standing in my family history in this state. My father announced his first gubernutroial campaign here in front of this Statue, my brother announced his first senate campaign and his presidental campaign here. Now i am announcing my Governor run here with my close family my lovely wife Helen and my 4 childeren Andrew, Jacob, Ellen and my now 2 year old daugther Jackie named after President Thorne. But you are not coming here to listen to me talking about my wonderfull family you are here to heare about what i will do for the state. And i promise you the first thin i will do is to push for a minimum wage and to help taking better care of our states elderly. We will togthere make New York a better place to live for every one who lives in it.  But now Governor Buckley talks about how good his tax cuts have been for this state but has it? Has it been good for the state i dont think so. I will raise taxes on the rich so that it can help the state so it can better our roads, our schools and our hospitals. I will work only for this state we will work togethere to create a better welfare system in this state. Thank you every one from coming out here to support me and this campaign. And my last wish for this is that Horace Johnson will join my campaign as my Lt.Governor.

 

Gov. Elinor Blake at a campaign rally outside the Griffith Observatory

I am here because like you know i am campaigning so that i can countinue to work for all of this states lovely peopel. I have some great opponents in this race but i am the only one here who knows what it needs and takes to be a governor i have done it and i want to do it again and taht its becuase of you. I will coutinue to cut taxes and ofc keeping our streets clean of drugs. But we will here in Los Angeles open a center for drug addicts this its not going to be payed by the tax payers i wil pay entirly for it from my own pocket. But now rembere what you are voting for wwhen you to the polls you are voting for what kind of future you want your kids to grow up in, what kind of state you want to grow old and what kind of state you want to live. No matter who you vote for you should use your constitunional right to vote.

 

Mr. Leon Fitzroy in his officall annoucment Speech.

Conservatives in Texas i am speaking to you i did do a independent run 4 years ago but i lost to Mrs. Ocean one of Pres. Thornes little monkeys. Yes she is i am telling the truth here you think Erin Ocean is the Governor in Texas but she is only the figurehead its President Thorne and her liberal friends in the White House you vote for when you vote for Ocean she is on her way to destroying this great state. I will also create jobs but i will create jobs with help from private companies and this i know because i own a multi-billion company and i have over 1.000.000 employees around this country so i am capable to walk the walk as Governor. I will cut taxes and i will push for a law that will lett peopel use their 2 amendment right to bear arms. I will stopp immigration. I am offering Attorney General Conway to become my Lt.Governor so we can work togthere to make this state the best place to live. Vote Ftizroy!!!!!

 

Sen. Johanne Rolstad standing outside her home

Today i was to have a campaign rally but i have decided to suspend my campaign and instead going to stay in the senate. I will endorse Josephine Vincent for the governor seat she is the best choice for this lovely state. Thank you everyone who has supported me througout this campaign.

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1974 Candidate Final Statements Phase

 

This section will allow for members of the same race to release their final statements, summing up how they would beat their final opponents.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 45%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 45%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 10%

 

A sexual assault charge absolutely decimates Phil Seeger's campaign, especially after reports say he went insane. Winchester and Buckley are neck and neck, while Turner gains some supporters.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

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

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 35%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 5%

 

Race is relatively stagnant, nothing crazy to note.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 45%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 51%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 1%

 

After Conway won the Conservative primary, Fitzroy decided to spend some money to destroy the "little monkey" ocean. This seemingly has worked very well, as Conway has surged in the polls.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 20%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 37%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 43%

 

It seems as though the Conservative strategy is really pulling off, especially with ineffective campaigns from their opponents.

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 31%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 28%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 41%

 

Walter McCarthy has, in one of the most invigorating socialist campaigns ever, surpassed the Liberal % in the race. 

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

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37 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 45%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 45%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 10%

 

A sexual assault charge absolutely decimates Phil Seeger's campaign, especially after reports say he went insane. Winchester and Buckley are neck and neck, while Turner gains some supporters.

Phil Seeger's final statement is delivered in the form of a note found in his abandoned NY office

"A man by the name of William Butler Yeats seaks my death, for this reason, I have decided to take refuge in South America. Goodbye for now, I should be leaving, and I don't want to give away too many details of my escape, lest the FBI, which I know has been keeping numerous files on me, inform Yeats of my departure.

-John Butler Train."

(OOC: No winning this one, might as well retire a character with style! I'll answer the rest after dinner.)

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15 hours ago, Kingthero said:

California Gubernatorial:

 

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

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 35%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 5%

 

Race is relatively stagnant, nothing crazy to note.

Hendricks finishes the race saying that she is proud of her state regardless of who is in power and that she is confident that on election day Californians will vote for her ascension to the governor's office.

 

15 hours ago, Kingthero said:

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 45%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 51%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 1%

 

After Conway won the Conservative primary, Fitzroy decided to spend some money to destroy the "little monkey" ocean. This seemingly has worked very well, as Conway has surged in the polls.

Ocean slams her Conservative opponent for the use of the word "monkey" in political discourse and that a respectable opposition is vital to the health of America. She calls on him to apologize for using vulgar language and that the only party of decent government can be found in the Liberal party. She adds that she is disgusted by Conway's actions in the past few weeks of campaigning. She will spend the last few days knocking on doors in Austin and Houston.

15 hours ago, Kingthero said:

S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 20%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 37%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 43%

 

It seems as though the Conservative strategy is really pulling off, especially with ineffective campaigns from their opponents.

Governor Blazer spends the day shaking hands with voters in Memphis, saying that he will work to bring jobs to Tennessee that pay well, and that Conservatives will stifle the state's job creation project that he plans to introduce in his next term.

15 hours ago, Kingthero said:

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 31%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 28%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 41%

 

Walter McCarthy has, in one of the most invigorating socialist campaigns ever, surpassed the Liberal % in the race. 

Fmr. Senator Vincent makes robocalls out to supporters on the last few days of campaigning, and plans to vigorously contest the race by launching speech after speech in the last few days. The only way she believes she can win is by brute force of will.

15 hours ago, Kingthero said:

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 45%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 45%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 10%

President Lauss makes a personal visit to NYC on behalf of Winchester and slams the Socialists for running a candidate "bereft of human dignity". He proclaims that Winchester will be a valued partner in Albany, and he looks forward to working with him once in office.

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15 hours ago, Kingthero said:

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 31%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 28%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 41%

 

Walter McCarthy has, in one of the most invigorating socialist campaigns ever, surpassed the Liberal % in the race. 

 

Walter McCarthy's strategy in the final days of the campaign is to stay positive, and hit Amundsen on limited spots, mainly focusing on how his tax cuts, rather than helping working Minnesotans, like eliminating the sales tax would, would be kickbacks to big business, and holds rally after rally, and prints nearly 200,000 leaflets, to hammer this point home.

 

16 hours ago, Kingthero said:

California Gubernatorial:

 

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

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 35%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 5%

 

Race is relatively stagnant, nothing crazy to note.

Job Hanford spends the last few days pushing the idea that he is the only candidate that will ensure people can live a happy life without interference from government or private businesses.

16 hours ago, Kingthero said:

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 20%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 37%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 43%

 

It seems as though the Conservative strategy is really pulling off, especially with ineffective campaigns from their opponents.

In the final days of his campaign Pete Robinson uses his singing career to his advantage, and hosts a concert that also doubles as a rally, attempting to use his bass voice to win over voters.

16 hours ago, Kingthero said:

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 45%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 51%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 1%

 

After Conway won the Conservative primary, Fitzroy decided to spend some money to destroy the "little monkey" ocean. This seemingly has worked very well, as Conway has surged in the polls.

Philip Bynum, seeing his low poll numbers focuses the rest of his campaign on making sure Jack Conway, doesn't win, attacking him as an extremist fundamentalist that would tear down the constitutional principle of separation of church and state.

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18 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Final Statements Phase

 

This section will allow for members of the same race to release their final statements, summing up how they would beat their final opponents.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 45%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 45%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 10%

 

A sexual assault charge absolutely decimates Phil Seeger's campaign, especially after reports say he went insane. Winchester and Buckley are neck and neck, while Turner gains some supporters.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

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

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 35%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 5%

 

Race is relatively stagnant, nothing crazy to note.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 45%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 51%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 1%

 

After Conway won the Conservative primary, Fitzroy decided to spend some money to destroy the "little monkey" ocean. This seemingly has worked very well, as Conway has surged in the polls.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 20%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 37%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 43%

 

It seems as though the Conservative strategy is really pulling off, especially with ineffective campaigns from their opponents.

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 31%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 28%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 41%

 

Walter McCarthy has, in one of the most invigorating socialist campaigns ever, surpassed the Liberal % in the race. 

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

Gov. Bill Buckley (C-NY) makes a short address to the people of the state from Albany, he will then spend much of the remaining portion of the campaign meeting with small business owners and other middle class voters Downstate

In just a few short days the work that we have been doing not just the past few months over this campaign, but the work we have accomplished over the past few years will be brought to the ballot box. The people of New York will ask if they want a morally sound administration, one that will defend their values and their interests and help them educate and give their children a strong and cored future. Or, if they want an administration that will repeal the protections we have put in place for educational strength and one which will reverse course on the important issues of morality and values in building up a great state like New York. You will be asked if you want to stay the course with our dynamic economic growth and our honor as the nation's wealthiest and most business friendly state. A state which leads the way in deep tax cuts and sensible yet aggressive deregulation that has created hundreds of thousands of jobs in New York. Or if you would like to have higher taxes, more regulation, and less interstate trade, fewer international companies moving here, and less wealth being brought from Buffalo to Rochester to Albany to New York City. If you want a larger monolithic government and if you want the state to tread upon your right to function as a New Yorker and to do commerce. And finally you will be asked if you want to continue our relentless push against drugs and other illicit substance use by our youths and if you want to lock up those that would put our kids in danger. If you want to further developments of Law Enforcement here in New York and pave the way to make the Empire State the safest state in the union, to make our streets clean again. Or, you can elect to embark the state on a path of lax drug laws, or even no drug laws and throw our children into harms way by making them prime target for deadly and dangerous drugs like Marijuana, LSD, and Crack Cocaine. My fellow New Yorkers, the path for me is clear, and I ask you to cast your ballot for the candidate which stands strong on all 3 of the most issues that face New York today, education values, economic growth, and keeping our state safe. The alternatives just don't measure up, there are the Socialists which have nominated a disgraced sexual predators, the Libertarian candidate who, while I admire his passion, is quite simply a carpetbagger that moved from New Hampshire to our state to attempt to get elected, or the Liberals whose nominee simply is not connected to the modern situation of New York. I respect the Liberal and Libertarian nominees, but the fact is that they are not what we as a state need. What we need is a strong hand committed to New York, and I pledge to continue to be that hand. And I would be honored for you to send me back to Albany to continue this work. May God Bless you, God Bless New York, and as my mother always said, "Go vote, it makes you feel good".

Attorney General Jack Conway (C-TX) responds to attacks made by Gov. Ocean and embarks on his last leg of his 254 county mission

I want to start by thanking y'all for the work that you've put into this campaign so that we can take back Texas! I next want to thank y'all for putting up with all of the flak from the Liberal establishment as we work to take over our government. And I think that the Governor is a little upset that she might lose power, she has been resort incivility and ad hominem attacks which quite frankly have disappointed me. As Attorney General I have done nothing but provide by best legal service to the state of Texas, even if that meant standing up to the Administration in Austin. I've been Attorney General for quite some time and this is the job of the Chief Law Enforcement officer in Texas, to rise above politics and defend the integrity of Texas law. Since I was first elected Attorney General in 1962, I have served under some 4 governors and countless different members of the Assembly and members of Congress. My job has remained the same, to serve Texans, and that's why I bring an experienced, conservative hand to bring Texas to par with its contemporaries by ratifying our values once and for all and by unlocking the economic dynamo that we know Texas can be. So when you go out to vote, I want y'all to  keep something very simply in mind, "Which candidate is the Lawman for the Common man?"

Rev. Elijah Lloyd Johnson (C-TN), in election day tradition, preaches his sermon from his Memphis Church to be televised across the state on the Monday, November 4th before the election. Even though it will be televised, thousands still show up, even crowding around outside of the church, to hear it live as he gives it on Sunday, November 3rd.

Allow me to begin by thankin' y'all for the great work you've done drivin out the Philistines of Tennessee! For parting the seas of politics and walking to the Promised Land. The Promised land of a society and state which is dedicated to living a strong and fundamentally good life. Living a life that has been a traditional Tennessee way of living. What we want is a revolution in the way that people think. A coalition of black people and white people getting together to make a change in Nashville. And I can see now the hundreds and thousands here today and the hundreds of thousands more that will view this tomorrow morning, and so I ask to you all, are you prouder today than 4 years ago? Do you feel a stronger sense of pride for your state? Or do you feel that the government has done woefully little and that like the kings of Israel, we have fallen from that which has ordained us. That like the kings of the prophets we no longer listen to He which has given us power. And that when this occurs, disaster strikes. For I fear great peril should be not be put back on the track of strong values and economic growth. And while our incumbent Governor bows to Socialists, we must think to ourselves, what is it that makes our state great? It's not just our commitment to the Almighty, but our commitment to his most beloved creation, that which He endowed with his image and likeness. We are great because of our commitment to each other. And that means electing responsible and morally upright government of the people. I am so incredibly proud of this evangelical, grassroots movement to change politics in not just Tennessee, but in the South in general, and with your help and the help of the Creator, I know we will make that change for the better.

Gov. Orm Amundsen (C-MN) gives his closing appeal which is a short reminder of his record, not known for his charisma, he simply tells it like it is and leaves the rest to the voters

Hello people of Minnesota, I am your Governor, Orm Amundsen, and this Tuesday I am asking for your vote. I am asking for your vote because I believe that what we have done in Minnesota is a model for successful government. Government which governs least, government which collects minimal taxes and manages surplus budgets, a government which defends the rights of its people but beyond that intervenes precious little in the personal lives of the people. I believe in government that is responsive and responsible, it keeps up with its people. My opponents, quite simply, are not in touch with the Minnesotan people, they have been out of office for decades and are proposing 1940s solutions to 1970s problems. I ask for your vote because I enjoy moving around the state and meeting new people, listening to their concerns, and fighting for them over some lofty ideology. I'm asking to be re-elected not for the sake of being Governor, but because I believe that I am the best man to hold this office to keep it at its limits. So I'm asking you, the people, to join me in our founders vision of restricting government together. Thank you all and God Bless you.

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On 3/6/2019 at 1:34 AM, Kingthero said:

1974 Candidate Final Statements Phase

 

This section will allow for members of the same race to release their final statements, summing up how they would beat their final opponents.

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 45%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 45%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 10%

 

A sexual assault charge absolutely decimates Phil Seeger's campaign, especially after reports say he went insane. Winchester and Buckley are neck and neck, while Turner gains some supporters.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

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

 

(L) Alyssa Hendricks - Loyalist - State Representative 35%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 5%

 

Race is relatively stagnant, nothing crazy to note.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 45%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 51%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative 1%

 

After Conway won the Conservative primary, Fitzroy decided to spend some money to destroy the "little monkey" ocean. This seemingly has worked very well, as Conway has surged in the polls.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 20%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 37%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 43%

 

It seems as though the Conservative strategy is really pulling off, especially with ineffective campaigns from their opponents.

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 31%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 28%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 41%

 

Walter McCarthy has, in one of the most invigorating socialist campaigns ever, surpassed the Liberal % in the race. 

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

David Winchester(L-NY) Spends days campaigning with the President and his brother Vice Presidet Charles Winchester. The congressmann has travel to many poor comuties around the state. The last days he will spend on his last visits around the states aswell having some ads sent out.

 

Elinor Blake(C-CA) Has now after a long talk with fellow Coservative Governor Bill Buckley of New York put the Lens bill into work in California. Blake has during the campaig visited every city in California. During the last days of the campaign she will do a live town hall meeting in San Fransisco.

 

Leon Fitzroy(C-TX) Decided to throw in some money in every conservative campaign around the states and makig attack ads against the other candidates. He campaigns for Conway in Texas and only mentions Governor Ocean as the little moonkey governor. The attack ads in New York features the slogan Winchester: The Rich and spoiled ashole. In California Fitzroy appeared on the campaing trail saying that he will pull all of his buisnieess wich will say 200.000 jobs out of California if Blake dosent win. In Tennessee his money is spend on attack ads that will foucs heavy on Blazers record as Governor. In Minnesota Ftizroy decided to use money on destroying Vincent and McCarthys reputianions in the states.

 

Johanne Rolstad(L-MN) Campaigns for Vincent in Minnesota. But she also announces her campaign for thenext presidental Election against the current President

 

 

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@Kingthero

John Turner IV hold a speech in Bronx, time to focus on both societal issues and economy in the same time.

People of NY! My plan is the only plan that really create egality from liberty.

Now that the Socialists are quite eliminated in the polls, only one party stands for direct referendum and endorses a neutrality of the state regarding unions.

Now that the Socialists Libertarians are out, only one party stands for promoting Women and Colored peoples' rights.

The Liberals say they will help you with their societal program, that's right on rights that's wrong on life.

You can't create your own life if the state doesn't make it possible for you, by liberalizing our trade with Canada and by ensuring for NY to become the first harbour of this continent for long.

If we focus on jobs and economy we will reduce criminality, if we focus on economy we will reduce poverty.

The Conservative governor has an interesting economic path, but his party doesn't stand with your associations on rights. The only common benefit is to vote for us.

We agree that economy needs a boost to free people, and we agree that people should be free.

If our campain should have a name, it would be the original american revolution spirit.

For workers, with us you won't be threatened if you strike, this is your right.

For Middle class, your taxs will be reduced as quickly as with the Conservatives seeing more.

For agricultors you already saw our plan.

We don't talk about families, origins or everything else, GOD. Are the dutchs (people originally settler of the place) the only reason why this place is great? NO it's thanks to you! From millions and millions and millions who came accross the world, from 10th to the last generation. Immigration made NY powerfull and so that I'm there as an "american immigrant" to continue this walk, the governor said I am a NH citizen first? No. I'm the defensor of liberty in this country first! And my program is adapted to NY to make it rich, just like all our families made when they came here.

SO LET'S BE PROUD OF OUR DIFFERENCE! AND LET'S PURSUE BUILDING A FREE STRONG AND RICH STATE FOR EVERYBODY, MADE FOR AND BY THE PEOPLE!

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The Conservative Party of New York responds to Mr. Turner's remarks

We find Libertarian nominee John Turner's use of language like "Colored People" to be outdated, offensive, and grotesquely wrong. That kind of language should have been left in the 1930s when this nation elected its first black President, Conservative Ted Hillsbury, and that kind of racist language was left to the ash heap of American history. The Governor is deeply saddened by Mr. Turner's obvious ploy at vote-grabbing and its saddened by how out of touch it was to use that language and to make an issue out of racial and gender identity, two things which haven't defined American politics since the end of the Civil War and the exodus of the Confederates. The Governor is happy to have a multiracial coalition behind him and urge Black voters, Hispanic voters, Asian voters, and White voters to consider if they really want a man for Governor who repeatedly espouses outdated ideas and showcases his disconnect with modern life in New York.

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(I wasn't aware just about the black president of the Conservatives which seemed impossible with true history but I will play with that)

John Turner IV plays to the game and challenge a backfire to governor's speech, humor strategy.

Do you saw the news?

It seems that the governor is not only a speaker, but also good story teller, you would say, it's linked with our job of being politician but I don't think so for both of us!

He tried, in his last speech, to creates a story from nowhere, I was refering to the famous National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, association he should well know and which is barely linked with my mention regarding rights.

But let's push forward in what he said, first the governor tells that I'm dividing the vote by pushing forward minorities, interesting, and just after he tells that I would use racist connotation, playing the game of the defensor of minorities he tells I would be.

Interesting..interesting? Why? Would you tell me?

Simple

Because, let's even not consider that I would truly said "Colored people" in its first sence. Would "Black" be a better term? 

Because there are no "WHITES" and "BLACK", except... the candidate lets a time to falsely think excepted if the governor believes to races and different types of races.

And if so, you follow my logic, or let's take back an excellent speech from the governor and change the notes to this case.

 

John Turner starts to read :

We find Conservative nominee Bill Buckley's use of language like "Black voters" to be outdated, offensive, and grotesquely wrong. That kind of language should have been left in the 1930s when this nation elected its first black President, Conservative Ted Hillsbury, and that kind of racist language was left to the ash heap of American history. The Libertarian nominee is deeply saddened by Mr. Buckely obvious ploy at vote-grabbing and its saddened by how out of touch it was to use that language and to make an issue out of racial and gender identity, two things which haven't defined American politics since the end of the Civil War and the exodus of the Confederates. The Libertarian nominee is happy to have a multiracial coalition behind him and multicultural voters like Asian voters, Hispanic voters, and White voters to consider if they really want a man for Governor who repeatedly espouses outdated ideas and showcases his disconnect with modern life in New York.

The audience laughs, when Turner concludes

More seriously, I do not believe that what the Governor says would be racist.

Because I'm a defensor of the liberty of speech and I do believe to one thing.

We can fight criminality tomorrow if we create more jobs.

We can change the life of the poorest if we liberalize our trades.

And about Women's rights, if the Governor tells that he is modern, I do hope he endorses with me the right of contraception first, when we will be able to talk about others issues such as laicization of the state or abortion.

Let's not come into a Liberty debate, on economy we're going to agree, on society I risk to show why we prevail on rights.

 

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1974 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1975 Presidential Primaries for each Party. The legislative repeat last term didn't seem to click well, so we will now try making the primary season a bit more interesting. More on that at the end.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 40%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 47%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 13%

 

Seeger got invalidated after he fled the country, and the Libertarians managed to have the largest turn out in New York history. (Winner lost 4% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 6%

 

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

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 56%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 2%

 

In a very stagnant race, Blake easily wins re-election. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 44%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 53%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative <1%

 

Out of all elections, this one is the most significant. We saw the impacts of big money, we saw the impacts of a national trend, and we saw the impacts of campaigning. (Winner gained 19% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 16%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 35%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 49%

 

The Conservatives exploited a cultural trend, and finally after decades of attempting to be successful, the Conservatives have officially taken a well-known hotseat for a southern governorship. (Winner gained 15% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 28%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 24%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 48%

 

Weaker campaigns from the Socialist and Liberal candidates caused their voter turnout to be less (bad rolls), though the Socialist increased his lead over his Liberal opponent poll-wise. Amundsen only won re-election with a plurality. Winner gained 1% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

Congress

 

Liberals

 

Loyalists: 11/32 Senate 8/25% House

Secondary: 11/32 Senate 5/25% House

New Way: 10/32 Senate 12/25% House

 

Conservatives

 

Moderates: 11/49 Senate 11/43% House

Crusaders: 16/49 Senate 14/43% House

Christians: 22/49 Senate 18/43% House

 

Socialists 

 

Social Democrats: 8/16 Senate 14/21% House

Democratic Socialists: 5/16 Senate 5/21% House

Libertarian Socialists: 3/16 Senate 2/21% House

 

Libertarians

 

7 Senators 11% of the House

 

The Conservative wave that was predicted four years ago has finally begun to happen, although a newly rising Libertarian Party and stable Socialist Party may threaten toppling a declining Liberal Party.

 

---

 

1975 Primary Candidate Phase

 

Instead of doing another round of legislation, which did not seem to catch on, I am instead changing the primaries from being a point blank part of the general election to a partial cycle. For this RP, primaries will be done utilizing the regions highlighted in the election results. To simplify things, each region will give a total of twelve delegates, ten of which are proportional and two of which go to the winner (merging winner take all and proportional). In the first phase, people can choose to create candidates NOTE THAT IF YOU WANT TO RUN IN THE GENERALS AS A NON-INDY, YOU MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARIES!!! INDEPENDENTLY RUNNING WILL BE THE ONLY CHOICE FOR THOSE THAT WANT TO RUN IN GENERALS AND DON'T GET A PARTY NOMINATION. 

 

In the candidate phase, as previously stated, people can choose to create candidates. Each player has two slots, which can be used for two people in the same party, two people in two parties, or even one person in two parties (adding this as a function). Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired (though, since the RP ends at 2020, this would likely go nowhere). To fill a slot, a player must fill out the following info for each slot:

 

Slot (x/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Primary:

Age:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on European Colonialism:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat):

View on the Environment:

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

 

As this is a crucial phase, I will wait at least 36 hours before advancing to the next phase.

 

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

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On 3/8/2019 at 4:37 AM, Kingthero said:

1974 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1975 Presidential Primaries for each Party. The legislative repeat last term didn't seem to click well, so we will now try making the primary season a bit more interesting. More on that at the end.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 40%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 47%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 13%

 

Seeger got invalidated after he fled the country, and the Libertarians managed to have the largest turn out in New York history. (Winner lost 4% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 6%

 

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

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 56%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 2%

 

In a very stagnant race, Blake easily wins re-election. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 44%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 53%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative <1%

 

Out of all elections, this one is the most significant. We saw the impacts of big money, we saw the impacts of a national trend, and we saw the impacts of campaigning. (Winner gained 19% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 16%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 35%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 49%

 

The Conservatives exploited a cultural trend, and finally after decades of attempting to be successful, the Conservatives have officially taken a well-known hotseat for a southern governorship. (Winner gained 15% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 28%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 24%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 48%

 

Weaker campaigns from the Socialist and Liberal candidates caused their voter turnout to be less (bad rolls), though the Socialist increased his lead over his Liberal opponent poll-wise. Amundsen only won re-election with a plurality. Winner gained 1% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

Congress

 

Liberals

 

Loyalists: 11/32 Senate 8/25% House

Secondary: 11/32 Senate 5/25% House

New Way: 10/32 Senate 12/25% House

 

Conservatives

 

Moderates: 11/49 Senate 11/43% House

Crusaders: 16/49 Senate 14/43% House

Christians: 22/49 Senate 18/43% House

 

Socialists 

 

Social Democrats: 8/16 Senate 14/21% House

Democratic Socialists: 5/16 Senate 5/21% House

Libertarian Socialists: 3/16 Senate 2/21% House

 

Libertarians

 

7 Senators 11% of the House

 

The Conservative wave that was predicted four years ago has finally begun to happen, although a newly rising Libertarian Party and stable Socialist Party may threaten toppling a declining Liberal Party.

 

---

 

1975 Primary Candidate Phase

 

Instead of doing another round of legislation, which did not seem to catch on, I am instead changing the primaries from being a point blank part of the general election to a partial cycle. For this RP, primaries will be done utilizing the regions highlighted in the election results. To simplify things, each region will give a total of twelve delegates, ten of which are proportional and two of which go to the winner (merging winner take all and proportional). In the first phase, people can choose to create candidates NOTE THAT IF YOU WANT TO RUN IN THE GENERALS AS A NON-INDY, YOU MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARIES!!! INDEPENDENTLY RUNNING WILL BE THE ONLY CHOICE FOR THOSE THAT WANT TO RUN IN GENERALS AND DON'T GET A PARTY NOMINATION. 

 

In the candidate phase, as previously stated, people can choose to create candidates. Each player has two slots, which can be used for two people in the same party, two people in two parties, or even one person in two parties (adding this as a function). Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired (though, since the RP ends at 2020, this would likely go nowhere). To fill a slot, a player must fill out the following info for each slot:

 

Slot (x/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Primary:

Age:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on European Colonialism:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat):

View on the Environment:

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

 

As this is a crucial phase, I will wait at least 36 hours before advancing to the next phase.

 

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

Senator Turner hosts a second house in New York despite being re-elected in NH, clarifying he would only leave his senatorial office if he wins NY

Also Senator starts a huge campain of picking left voters.

1st : Taking Socialists and Liberals electors back 2nd : Confronts Tories as soon as their wave will have calmed down, during this time, Libertarians will have eated the Left.

Name: John Turner IV

Party: Libertarian Party

Primary: Libertarian Party if it needs

Age: 39

Gender: Male

Race: White 

Religion: Catholic

Home State: NH officially NY sometimes

Original Profession: Lawyer

Political Profession (if applicable): Senator

View on European Colonialism: Europe has to leave their colonies, every people has the right to autodetermination.

View on Imperialism in General: Imperialism is just an idea which takes money from honest american citizens. We have just to ensure our national security and not to lose money in useless influence on neutral countries.

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial): Prevention rather than systematic punishment. Increase social intervention to put them back into society when they become to follow criminality.

About their punishment, neutral on state's regulation but against youth punishment like slapping them personnaly.

-Reduce taxs on societies which fund parental leave in order to increase youth's condition and born.

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): WHO WILL BUILD THE ROADS? (sorry typical libertarian troll).

Turner's plan is simple and realistic on transportation : Ensure a private system which reduces prices but IF a monopoly happens, control it in order to protect citizen's rights to low prices.

Taxs credits also for news enterprises in transportation.

View on the Environment: Taxs credits for green industries which are researching news energies and transfer public some funds from military to research (not only ecologic but also economic).

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

-Direct democracy and laicization of the states

-Creating jobs by free trades

-Freeze taxs as soon as possible

-Ensure a peacefull world by pushing decolonialism

-Also focus on NY by repeating his plan

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Name: President Nathaniel Lauss

Party: Liberal

Primary: If there is a challenge

Age: 50

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Protestant

Home State: Illinois

Original Profession: Small Business Owner

Political Profession (if applicable):Six years as state rep (two as Liberal leader in the House), four years as Representative, eight in the Senate, 4 as President

View on European Colonialism: Personally against, however is not willing to go through wars to achieve it. Soft power can be used, if necessary, to *coerce* them into giving it up.

View on Imperialism in General: Against, Imperialism is not something that should be pursued in the 20th century. 

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial): Hurting kids is a serious issue and must be addressed at the national level. But for parents using it as a teaching mechanism, the government will not get involved in a person's home.

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): Our infrastructure is critically behind the rest of the world. We need to invest in plane technology to help both our sagging infrastructure and Air Force.

View on the Environment: When it is environmentally sound and beneficial for the economy, we must go that way. However, we have to take into account that we need to protect jobs and keep our people happy. We do not think that taxes or considerable levies of the sort should be entertained. 

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

- Major view is to reform the health care system to benefit the elderly, and young. Hammer the Conservatives and Socialists for their intransigence on the passage of the bill

- Military research

- Increasing foreign nation dependence on the US economy. Making the US economy the premier of the world. 

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Name: William "Big Bill" Hill

Party: Socialist Labor

Primary: Libertarian,  Socialist Labor.

Age: 58

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Atheist

Home State: Colorado

Original Profession: Union organizer and agitator

Political Profession (if applicable): Colorado's senior senator

View on European Colonialism: Support any anti-imperialist rebels against their colonialist oppressors. All people have a right to self determination.

View on Imperialism in General: Against in all forms, and I view it like I do any form of oppression.

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial): Focus on restoration justice, rather than locking people behind iron bars, and concrete walls. Outlaw private prisons.

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): Put forward funding to improve national infrastructure, we can use cuts to military spending to help pay for this, focus on more "green" transportation methods.

View on the Environment:  Give tax credits to environmental research.

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

Push the idea of true liberty necessitating freedom both from the state, and from capitalism.

Present a program that would allow workers to buy their, and control their workplace, when the boss retires, sells the workplace, or decides to close the workplace. Give these workers low interest government loans to help them buy their workplace.

Give federal protection to communes, and other similar attempts to decentralize, and de-capitalize, the economy, and society.

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Name: Phyllis Slater

Party: Conservative

Age: 52

Gender: Female

Race: White

Religion: Evangelical Catholicism

Home State: Missouri

Original Profession: Political Activist in youth

Political Profession (if applicable): Speaker of the House

View on European Colonialism: I will respect the decisions of our European allies if they so choose to continue their colonies, I personally do not view it as an economic feasible system however.

View on Imperialism in General: I think that the Age of Imperialism has had its time and can now sink back into the annals of human history.

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial): If youths commit heinous acts of crime like murder or rape, they need to be punished to the fullest extent of the law for the crimes they have committed.

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): This really should remain a private affair and I think that the American automobile industry is one of the world's greatest.

View on the Environment: An incredibly important natural resource that is being well-sustained currently.

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

  • Finally ratifying the Lens Plan Support Act and supporting our states on their Moral Causes
  • Providing Federal support to anti-crime and security measures
  • Cutting taxes and regulation to bring America back to a simpler period of economic boom

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1 minute ago, Reagan04 said:

 If youths commit heinous acts of crime like murder or rape, they need to be punished to the fullest extent of the law for the crimes they have committed.

This is what I thought it meant but the Libertarians took it a different way so I'm not sure what he meant by the question. 

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On 3/8/2019 at 4:37 AM, Kingthero said:

1974 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1975 Presidential Primaries for each Party. The legislative repeat last term didn't seem to click well, so we will now try making the primary season a bit more interesting. More on that at the end.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 40%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 47%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 13%

 

Seeger got invalidated after he fled the country, and the Libertarians managed to have the largest turn out in New York history. (Winner lost 4% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 6%

 

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

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 56%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 2%

 

In a very stagnant race, Blake easily wins re-election. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 44%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 53%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative <1%

 

Out of all elections, this one is the most significant. We saw the impacts of big money, we saw the impacts of a national trend, and we saw the impacts of campaigning. (Winner gained 19% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 16%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 35%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 49%

 

The Conservatives exploited a cultural trend, and finally after decades of attempting to be successful, the Conservatives have officially taken a well-known hotseat for a southern governorship. (Winner gained 15% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 28%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 24%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 48%

 

Weaker campaigns from the Socialist and Liberal candidates caused their voter turnout to be less (bad rolls), though the Socialist increased his lead over his Liberal opponent poll-wise. Amundsen only won re-election with a plurality. Winner gained 1% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

Congress

 

Liberals

 

Loyalists: 11/32 Senate 8/25% House

Secondary: 11/32 Senate 5/25% House

New Way: 10/32 Senate 12/25% House

 

Conservatives

 

Moderates: 11/49 Senate 11/43% House

Crusaders: 16/49 Senate 14/43% House

Christians: 22/49 Senate 18/43% House

 

Socialists 

 

Social Democrats: 8/16 Senate 14/21% House

Democratic Socialists: 5/16 Senate 5/21% House

Libertarian Socialists: 3/16 Senate 2/21% House

 

Libertarians

 

7 Senators 11% of the House

 

The Conservative wave that was predicted four years ago has finally begun to happen, although a newly rising Libertarian Party and stable Socialist Party may threaten toppling a declining Liberal Party.

 

---

 

1975 Primary Candidate Phase

 

Instead of doing another round of legislation, which did not seem to catch on, I am instead changing the primaries from being a point blank part of the general election to a partial cycle. For this RP, primaries will be done utilizing the regions highlighted in the election results. To simplify things, each region will give a total of twelve delegates, ten of which are proportional and two of which go to the winner (merging winner take all and proportional). In the first phase, people can choose to create candidates NOTE THAT IF YOU WANT TO RUN IN THE GENERALS AS A NON-INDY, YOU MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARIES!!! INDEPENDENTLY RUNNING WILL BE THE ONLY CHOICE FOR THOSE THAT WANT TO RUN IN GENERALS AND DON'T GET A PARTY NOMINATION. 

 

In the candidate phase, as previously stated, people can choose to create candidates. Each player has two slots, which can be used for two people in the same party, two people in two parties, or even one person in two parties (adding this as a function). Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired (though, since the RP ends at 2020, this would likely go nowhere). To fill a slot, a player must fill out the following info for each slot:

 

Slot (x/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Primary:

Age:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on European Colonialism:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat):

View on the Environment:

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

 

As this is a crucial phase, I will wait at least 36 hours before advancing to the next phase.

 

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

Slot (1/2)

Name: Gov. Elinor Blake

Party: Conservative

Primary: Conservative

Age: 58

Gender: Female

Race: White(Irish ancestry)

Relgion: Catholic

Home State: California

Original Profession: Laywer

Political Profession: Governor of California(1971-), Fmr. Senator(1959-1971) and fmr Mayor of Los Angeles(1954-1959

View on European Colonialism: If our european allies wants this its up to them to decide.

View on Imperialism in General: It belongs to the history book. We need to look to the future now not to the past.

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial): They need to get the punishment that their are answerable acording to the crimes they have done. But they should instead of going to jail the should be sent to a institution that will act as jail for childeren.

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): We need to help the american industries with producing.

View on the Environment: Focus on it and do reasearch to know better what it does.

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

Term limts for the presidency

Tax cuts

Support of the 2 ammendment

 

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On 3/8/2019 at 4:37 AM, Kingthero said:

1974 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1975 Presidential Primaries for each Party. The legislative repeat last term didn't seem to click well, so we will now try making the primary season a bit more interesting. More on that at the end.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 40%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 47%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 13%

 

Seeger got invalidated after he fled the country, and the Libertarians managed to have the largest turn out in New York history. (Winner lost 4% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 6%

 

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

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 56%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 2%

 

In a very stagnant race, Blake easily wins re-election. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 44%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 53%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative <1%

 

Out of all elections, this one is the most significant. We saw the impacts of big money, we saw the impacts of a national trend, and we saw the impacts of campaigning. (Winner gained 19% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 16%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 35%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 49%

 

The Conservatives exploited a cultural trend, and finally after decades of attempting to be successful, the Conservatives have officially taken a well-known hotseat for a southern governorship. (Winner gained 15% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 28%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 24%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 48%

 

Weaker campaigns from the Socialist and Liberal candidates caused their voter turnout to be less (bad rolls), though the Socialist increased his lead over his Liberal opponent poll-wise. Amundsen only won re-election with a plurality. Winner gained 1% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

Congress

 

Liberals

 

Loyalists: 11/32 Senate 8/25% House

Secondary: 11/32 Senate 5/25% House

New Way: 10/32 Senate 12/25% House

 

Conservatives

 

Moderates: 11/49 Senate 11/43% House

Crusaders: 16/49 Senate 14/43% House

Christians: 22/49 Senate 18/43% House

 

Socialists 

 

Social Democrats: 8/16 Senate 14/21% House

Democratic Socialists: 5/16 Senate 5/21% House

Libertarian Socialists: 3/16 Senate 2/21% House

 

Libertarians

 

7 Senators 11% of the House

 

The Conservative wave that was predicted four years ago has finally begun to happen, although a newly rising Libertarian Party and stable Socialist Party may threaten toppling a declining Liberal Party.

 

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1975 Primary Candidate Phase

 

Instead of doing another round of legislation, which did not seem to catch on, I am instead changing the primaries from being a point blank part of the general election to a partial cycle. For this RP, primaries will be done utilizing the regions highlighted in the election results. To simplify things, each region will give a total of twelve delegates, ten of which are proportional and two of which go to the winner (merging winner take all and proportional). In the first phase, people can choose to create candidates NOTE THAT IF YOU WANT TO RUN IN THE GENERALS AS A NON-INDY, YOU MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARIES!!! INDEPENDENTLY RUNNING WILL BE THE ONLY CHOICE FOR THOSE THAT WANT TO RUN IN GENERALS AND DON'T GET A PARTY NOMINATION. 

 

In the candidate phase, as previously stated, people can choose to create candidates. Each player has two slots, which can be used for two people in the same party, two people in two parties, or even one person in two parties (adding this as a function). Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired (though, since the RP ends at 2020, this would likely go nowhere). To fill a slot, a player must fill out the following info for each slot:

 

Slot (x/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Primary:

Age:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on European Colonialism:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat):

View on the Environment:

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

 

As this is a crucial phase, I will wait at least 36 hours before advancing to the next phase.

 

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

Slot (2/2)

Name: Johanne Rolstad

Party: Liberal

Primary: Liberal(independent run if she dosent win the primary)

Age: 42

Gender: Female

Race:White(Norwegian ancestry)

Religion: Christianity

Home State: Minnesota

Original Profession: Teacher

Political Profession (if applicable): Senator

View on European Colonialism: Against it. Every peopel has the right to decide over them self

View on Imperialism in General:  A undemocratic system.

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):  Sentence them but focus on education and rehabilitation 

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): We need to focus on new technology in every kind of transportation to help our countrys infrastructure.

View on the Environment:  Foucsinheavly on reasearch and protceting the enviroment and our natural sources.

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

Healtcare

Public Education

Establshing a minimum wage

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Vice President Charles Winchester endorse the president and are looking forward to campaiging with him if the president asks him to serve as VP again.

 

(OOC: hopeits okay since Winchester isnt a candidate but that he wants to stay on as VP)

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On 3/8/2019 at 3:37 AM, Kingthero said:

1974 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1975 Presidential Primaries for each Party. The legislative repeat last term didn't seem to click well, so we will now try making the primary season a bit more interesting. More on that at the end.

 

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New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Phil Seeger - Libertarian Socialist - Representative <1%

 

(L) David Winchester - Secondary - Representative 40%

 

(C) Bill Buckley - Christian - Incumbent 47%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 13%

 

Seeger got invalidated after he fled the country, and the Libertarians managed to have the largest turn out in New York history. (Winner lost 4% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Job Hanford - Libertarian Socialist - City Mayor 6%

 

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

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 56%

 

(Libt) Marta Quincy - Libertarian - State Senator 2%

 

In a very stagnant race, Blake easily wins re-election. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Philip Bynum - Democratic Socialist - County Judge 3%

 

(L) Erin Ocean - Loyalist - Incumbent 44%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Attorney General 53%

 

(Libt) Edward Delleforte - Libertarian - State Representative <1%

 

Out of all elections, this one is the most significant. We saw the impacts of big money, we saw the impacts of a national trend, and we saw the impacts of campaigning. (Winner gained 19% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Pete Robinson - Democratic Socialist - Singer 16%

 

(L) Matthew Blazer - Secondary - Incumbent 35%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Reverend 49%

 

The Conservatives exploited a cultural trend, and finally after decades of attempting to be successful, the Conservatives have officially taken a well-known hotseat for a southern governorship. (Winner gained 15% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Walter McCarthy - Social Democrat - State Senator 28%

 

(L) Josephine Vincent - Loyalist - Former Senator 24%

 

(C) Orm Amundsen - Crusader - Incumbent 48%

 

Weaker campaigns from the Socialist and Liberal candidates caused their voter turnout to be less (bad rolls), though the Socialist increased his lead over his Liberal opponent poll-wise. Amundsen only won re-election with a plurality. Winner gained 1% of the votes from the last election.)

 

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Congress

 

Liberals

 

Loyalists: 11/32 Senate 8/25% House

Secondary: 11/32 Senate 5/25% House

New Way: 10/32 Senate 12/25% House

 

Conservatives

 

Moderates: 11/49 Senate 11/43% House

Crusaders: 16/49 Senate 14/43% House

Christians: 22/49 Senate 18/43% House

 

Socialists 

 

Social Democrats: 8/16 Senate 14/21% House

Democratic Socialists: 5/16 Senate 5/21% House

Libertarian Socialists: 3/16 Senate 2/21% House

 

Libertarians

 

7 Senators 11% of the House

 

The Conservative wave that was predicted four years ago has finally begun to happen, although a newly rising Libertarian Party and stable Socialist Party may threaten toppling a declining Liberal Party.

 

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1975 Primary Candidate Phase

 

Instead of doing another round of legislation, which did not seem to catch on, I am instead changing the primaries from being a point blank part of the general election to a partial cycle. For this RP, primaries will be done utilizing the regions highlighted in the election results. To simplify things, each region will give a total of twelve delegates, ten of which are proportional and two of which go to the winner (merging winner take all and proportional). In the first phase, people can choose to create candidates NOTE THAT IF YOU WANT TO RUN IN THE GENERALS AS A NON-INDY, YOU MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE PRIMARIES!!! INDEPENDENTLY RUNNING WILL BE THE ONLY CHOICE FOR THOSE THAT WANT TO RUN IN GENERALS AND DON'T GET A PARTY NOMINATION. 

 

In the candidate phase, as previously stated, people can choose to create candidates. Each player has two slots, which can be used for two people in the same party, two people in two parties, or even one person in two parties (adding this as a function). Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired (though, since the RP ends at 2020, this would likely go nowhere). To fill a slot, a player must fill out the following info for each slot:

 

Slot (x/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Primary:

Age:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on European Colonialism:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat):

View on the Environment:

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

 

As this is a crucial phase, I will wait at least 36 hours before advancing to the next phase.

 

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

Name: Webster Faulkner.

Party: Socialist Labor Party.

Primary: Socialist Labor Party (Democratic Socialist candidate).

Age: 42 (Will be 43 by the time of the election).

Gender: Male.

Race: African American.

Religion: Christian.

Home State: Maryland.

Original Profession: Pastor.

Political Profession (if applicable): Member of the United States House of Representatives from Maryland. 

View on European Colonialism: Completely against. Encourage all nations that still have colonies to decolonise as quickly and peacefully as possible, starting with US allies. Offer to purchase the colonies if necessary. Once a nation has agreed to give up a colony, the colony should be governed for a short period of time either solely by the League of Nations or jointly between the League and the former owner of the colony or the U.S to prepare them for independence and majority native population rule. Provide economic assistance to newly decolonised nations.

View on Imperialism in General: Completely against. Enact a policy of strict neutrality only engage in warfare if we are attacked or in exceptional circumstances. Dismantle overseas military bases. 

View on Youth Punishment (Legal/Judicial):  Heavily re-focus the prison system on rehabilitating prisoners so they can rejoin society, give prisoners access to the physical and mental healthcare they need, give them access to ties to the outside world and give them access to education, job training and trades developing workshops. Abolish any private prisons. Abolish cash bail. Put money into the creation of youth clubs and centres. Give equal support to academical and vocational subjects in the education system. 

View on Travel (Road/Train/Plane/Boat): Renationalize the shipping industry. Take rail, bus/trolley and road haulage services into public ownership. Put money into research for greener vehicle fuels.

View on the Environment: Create a Green New Deal by investing in energy and resource efficiency, as well as reusable energies and microgeneration, redevelop infrastructure into low-carbon infrastructure, put taxes on the profits of fossil fuel companies and put the proceeds towards investment in renewable energy and energy efficiency, introduce financial incentives for green investment and reduced energy usage, including low interest rates for green investment, regulation of international finance, including capital controls, and increased scrutiny of financial derivatives, curbing corporate tax evasion through compulsory financial reporting and by clamping down on tax havens. Invest money into the creation of a nationwide recycling scheme. Create many new national parks and other environmental conservation areas.

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

Abolish the death penalty for crimes.

Always require a warrant for any attempted government surveillance of civilian communications.

The legalisation of abortion.

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1975 Pre-New England Primary Polls

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 64%

 

Elinor Blake: 36%

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 67%

 

Johanne Rolstad: 33%

 

Socialist Party

 

William "Big Bill" Hill: 39%

 

Webster Faulkner: 61%

 

Libertarian Party

 

John Turner IV: 81%

 

William "Big Bill" Hill: 19%

 

Political Stances (Reminder, this is the VERY CONSERVATIVE NE region. This changes per region!) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 5% No: 95%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 67% No: 33%

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 91% No: 9% 

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 13% No: 87%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 32% No: 68%

 

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

 

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. Obviously, BIG BILL HILL has a nearly impossible chance of clenching the Libertarian nomination, but all other races still have a slim to decent chance of flipping. Do not let polls discourage you!

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17 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1975 Pre-New England Primary Polls

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 64%

 

Elinor Blake: 36%

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 67%

 

Johanne Rolstad: 33%

 

Socialist Party

 

William "Big Bill" Hill: 39%

 

Webster Faulkner: 61%

 

Libertarian Party

 

John Turner IV: 81%

 

William "Big Bill" Hill: 19%

 

Political Stances (Reminder, this is the VERY CONSERVATIVE NE region. This changes per region!) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 5% No: 95%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 67% No: 33%

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 91% No: 9% 

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 13% No: 87%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 32% No: 68%

 

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

 

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. Obviously, BIG BILL HILL has a nearly impossible chance of clenching the Libertarian nomination, but all other races still have a slim to decent chance of flipping. Do not let polls discourage you!

John Turner IV makes public statements regarding primaries despite his big lead on his party to adapt itself to some conservatives without betraying its roots

JT IV : -I propose a neutral foreign relationships plan as your next president. No ingerence from foreign countries into our intern policy, no foreign ingerence from us in their own. This apply only out of Americas. (#MonroeDoctrine)

It brings clarity in our diplomacy, even if you know what I think about it.

-We stand on what we say regarding imperialism, if we have an ambitious economic strategy we will have more soft powers than others countries. Let's have an imperialist economic strategy.

-I have nothing against youth punishment, but, it has been proved and it will always be, that the first punishment is working, others are unproductive, whathever we say and wathever we want. If states wants to do that, they legally can, but listen to my argument. For myself, I promise that the federal government WON'T judge what your state does or wish regarding the issue.

-Regarding transportation our plan is the best, because with a public system limited to cases where a private would be useless and absent where a good concurrence can bring down prices ensure a permanent low costs travel, is there something more fiscally just than that?

However regarding public fund i propose instoration of referendums to give the opportunity to citizens to directly bring their point of view to the state which is the one to decide about it with us.

Direct democracy by state is the solution alongside current houses.

You can vote for someone that will promise you to do that, or you can vote for someone that will GIVE you the power of making it.

-Finally our plan is the best on environment, with fiscal credits private investments can improve green energy without that it cost anything in Americans" pockets.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

1975 Pre-New England Primary Polls

 

Conservative Party

 

Phyllis Slater: 64%

 

Elinor Blake: 36%

 

Liberal Party

 

Nathaniel Lauss: 67%

 

Johanne Rolstad: 33%

 

Socialist Party

 

William "Big Bill" Hill: 39%

 

Webster Faulkner: 61%

 

Libertarian Party

 

John Turner IV: 81%

 

William "Big Bill" Hill: 19%

 

Political Stances (Reminder, this is the VERY CONSERVATIVE NE region. This changes per region!) --- Mainly for the General Election

 

Do you believe Europe should decolonize?: Yes: 5% No: 95%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 67% No: 33%

 

Do you believe that youth punishment should be equivalent to adult punishment?: Yes: 91% No: 9% 

 

Do you think that expanding publicly funded travel is needed?: Yes: 13% No: 87%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 32% No: 68%

 

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

 

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. Obviously, BIG BILL HILL has a nearly impossible chance of clenching the Libertarian nomination, but all other races still have a slim to decent chance of flipping. Do not let polls discourage you!

Faulkner attacks Hill on his very lacklustre proposed environmental plan and his fairly strange choice to also participate in the Libertarian Party primaries as the party is fundamentally opposed economically to his own platform and the Soc Lab Party's previous platforms. OOC: There was not much difference platform wise so I just attacked on the weakest policy position from a Socialist/Progressive standpoint I could see.

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6 minutes ago, MBDemSoc said:

Faulkner attacks Hill on his very lacklustre proposed environmental plan and his fairly strange choice to also participate in the Libertarian Party primaries as the party is fundamentally opposed economically to his own platform and the Soc Lab Party's previous platforms.

Hill offers to endorse Faulkner, if Faulkner takes Hill, as either his Secractery of Labor, or as his VP candidate.

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2 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

Hill offers to endorse Faulkner, if Faulkner takes Hill, as either his Secractery of Labor, or as his VP candidate.

Faulkner agrees to have Hill as his VP.

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