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Hypothetical United States (Rump Nation) Presidential Election 2048 - A Starting Scenario

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Alright, here's a start to the hypothetical future 2048 series I've been planning and previewing for a while now. Some things that would be needed is a map that only includes the U.S. Mid-Atlantic States (including Maryland and Delaware), New England States, Rust Belt States (as far west as Wisconsin and Iowa), DC, and the Canadian Provinces of Ontario and the four Maritime Provinces, as well as some party logos, and any suggestions for candidates, issues, endorsers, etc. not mentioned here. Here's a start of what I have.

Progressive Party (Party of outgoing incumbent Nathan Krieger, not running for re-election):

-Vice-President Sarah Black of New Jersey

-Senator Lionel Hausen of New Hampshire

-Secretary of Commerce Kelvin Vietta of Maine

-Federal Justice Maria Buaventura of Ohio

-Congressman Hashid Khan of Ontario

-Congressman Gregory Yakuma of Wisconsin

-Professor Darina Ferdinando of Pennsylvania

Social Democratic Party:

-Senator Maxwell Carson of Wisconsin

-Governor Roberta Chang of Ontario

-Congressman Shannon Lawrence of Vermont

-Union President Jason Zackharovsky of New York

-Online Blogger Rebecca Norwich of Delaware

New Republican Party:

-Former Vice-President Gareth Young of Indiana

-Senator Belinda Eastwood of Iowa

-Senator Robert Hartnell of Nova Scotia

-Governor Harriet Vintner of Connecticut

-Mayor Jacob Eppstein of New York

-Congresswoman Victoria Grey of Ontario

-Congressman James Iturbide of Wisconsin

-Mr. Victor Sutherland III of New York

 

The initial candidates of the other parties in this election (which I listed on the first page, fourth last post to the bottom, of this thread

as well as the initial issues, endorsers, etc. will come tomorrow - but for now, I must sleep).

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@Patine

You may get some ideas for issues and events by reading Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. I'm reading it now. 

https://www.amazon.com/Homo-Deus-Brief-History-Tomorrow/dp/0062464310

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what pics would you use for candidates?

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7 hours ago, vcczar said:

@Patine

You may get some ideas for issues and events by reading Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow. I'm reading it now. 

https://www.amazon.com/Homo-Deus-Brief-History-Tomorrow/dp/0062464310

I will definitely have a look at this. Thanks greatly!

6 hours ago, Ido said:

what pics would you use for candidates?

That is something I'm currently wrangling with a few ideas, but no hard solutions as of yet.

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And here are some candidates for the other parties involved, as of right now.

Reformed Restoration Party:

-Former Senator Jared Chatham of Massachusetts

-Former Secretary of Education Kelvin Halcyon of Illinois

-Former Congressman Reba Kelly of Maryland

-Former First Lady Larissa Nelphentherios-Greene of Rhode Island

Green Party:

-Congressman Harold Goldor of Michigan

-Professor Vera Friederland of Maine

-Ms. Andrea Harrison of New Brunswick

Unified American Workers' Party:

-Former Senator (originally under the Social Democratic label) David Teranchuk of Ontario

-Union President Nellie Badgely of Michigan

-Mr. Shawn Obwande of Massachusetts

-Mr. Richard Winters of New Jersey

-Ms. Griselda Zelgensky of Wisconsin

Black Tigers:

-State Legislator Carter Redman (aka Omar Karim) of New York

-Former Councillor Ester Labwande-Pamino of the District of Columbia

-Mr. Bruce Stanford (rapper stage name Steel Killa) of New Jersey

-"Prophetess" Janice Sharambwe of Indiana (same apocalyptic cult - with the same assumed and changed last name - as an Independent candidate from Illinois in my "Divergent Point" U.S. scenario 2028 I had planned, by the way).

-Newfoundland and Labrador First Party:

-Congresswoman Sally Clark of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Mr. Larry Meghan of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Dr. Charlie Upton of Newfoundland and Labrador

Acadian Bloc:

-Former (and last) Premier (before annexation) Norman DeValle of Nova Scotia

-Mayor Jean-Paul Harrault of New Brunswick

-Ms. Margot Ipswitch of Prince Edward Island

Bunker Hill Party:

-Former Admiral Edwin Miller of Massachusetts

-Pilgrim Heritage Foundation President Fred Barton of Rhode Island

-National Guard Colonel Oliver Withers of Iowa

-Former Ambassador Angela Carlton of Delaware

Tecumseh Pact:

-Chief Gregory Pontiac of New York

Independent:

-Mr. Steven Paschelli of Connecticut

 

 

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1 hour ago, Patine said:

I will definitely have a look at this. Thanks greatly!

That is something I'm currently wrangling with a few ideas, but no hard solutions as of yet.

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And here are some candidates for the other parties involved, as of right now.

Reformed Restoration Party:

-Former Senator Jared Chatham of Massachusetts

-Former Secretary of Education Kelvin Halcyon of Illinois

-Former Congressman Reba Kelly of Maryland

-Former First Lady Larissa Nelphentherios-Greene of Rhode Island

Green Party:

-Congressman Harold Goldor of Michigan

-Professor Vera Friederland of Maine

-Ms. Andrea Harrison of New Brunswick

Unified American Workers' Party:

-Former Senator (originally under the Social Democratic label) David Teranchuk of Ontario

-Union President Nellie Badgely of Michigan

-Mr. Shawn Obwande of Massachusetts

-Mr. Richard Winters of New Jersey

-Ms. Griselda Zelgensky of Wisconsin

Black Tigers:

-State Legislator Carter Redman (aka Omar Karim) of New York

-Former Councillor Ester Labwande-Pamino of the District of Columbia

-Mr. Bruce Stanford (rapper stage name Steel Killa) of New Jersey

-"Prophetess" Janice Sharambwe of Indiana (same apocalyptic cult - with the same assumed and changed last name - as an Independent candidate from Illinois in my "Divergent Point" U.S. scenario 2028 I had planned, by the way).

-Newfoundland and Labrador First Party:

-Congresswoman Sally Clark of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Mr. Larry Meghan of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Dr. Charlie Upton of Newfoundland and Labrador

Acadian Bloc:

-Former (and last) Premier (before annexation) Norman DeValle of Nova Scotia

-Mayor Jean-Paul Harrault of New Brunswick

-Ms. Margot Ipswitch of Prince Edward Island

Bunker Hill Party:

-Former Admiral Edwin Miller of Massachusetts

-Pilgrim Heritage Foundation President Fred Barton of Rhode Island

-National Guard Colonel Oliver Withers of Iowa

-Former Ambassador Angela Carlton of Delaware

Tecumseh Pact:

-Chief Gregory Pontiac of New York

Independent:

-Mr. Steven Paschelli of Connecticut

 

 

Looks interesting.

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18 hours ago, Patine said:

I will definitely have a look at this. Thanks greatly!

That is something I'm currently wrangling with a few ideas, but no hard solutions as of yet.

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And here are some candidates for the other parties involved, as of right now.

Reformed Restoration Party:

-Former Senator Jared Chatham of Massachusetts

-Former Secretary of Education Kelvin Halcyon of Illinois

-Former Congressman Reba Kelly of Maryland

-Former First Lady Larissa Nelphentherios-Greene of Rhode Island

Green Party:

-Congressman Harold Goldor of Michigan

-Professor Vera Friederland of Maine

-Ms. Andrea Harrison of New Brunswick

Unified American Workers' Party:

-Former Senator (originally under the Social Democratic label) David Teranchuk of Ontario

-Union President Nellie Badgely of Michigan

-Mr. Shawn Obwande of Massachusetts

-Mr. Richard Winters of New Jersey

-Ms. Griselda Zelgensky of Wisconsin

Black Tigers:

-State Legislator Carter Redman (aka Omar Karim) of New York

-Former Councillor Ester Labwande-Pamino of the District of Columbia

-Mr. Bruce Stanford (rapper stage name Steel Killa) of New Jersey

-"Prophetess" Janice Sharambwe of Indiana (same apocalyptic cult - with the same assumed and changed last name - as an Independent candidate from Illinois in my "Divergent Point" U.S. scenario 2028 I had planned, by the way).

-Newfoundland and Labrador First Party:

-Congresswoman Sally Clark of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Mr. Larry Meghan of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Dr. Charlie Upton of Newfoundland and Labrador

Acadian Bloc:

-Former (and last) Premier (before annexation) Norman DeValle of Nova Scotia

-Mayor Jean-Paul Harrault of New Brunswick

-Ms. Margot Ipswitch of Prince Edward Island

Bunker Hill Party:

-Former Admiral Edwin Miller of Massachusetts

-Pilgrim Heritage Foundation President Fred Barton of Rhode Island

-National Guard Colonel Oliver Withers of Iowa

-Former Ambassador Angela Carlton of Delaware

Tecumseh Pact:

-Chief Gregory Pontiac of New York

Independent:

-Mr. Steven Paschelli of Connecticut

 

 

Bunker Hill Party? is this something similar to the TEA Party?

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1 minute ago, Sunnymentoaddict said:

Bunker Hill Party? is this something similar to the TEA Party?

More extreme. Like the Patriot, America First, American Independent, Populist (the 1980's and 1990's one, not the late 1800's one), Constitution, etc. Parties.

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Just now, Patine said:

More extreme. Like the Patriot, America First, American Independent, Populist (the 1980's and 1990's one, not the late 1800's one), Constitution, etc. Parties.

Sounds interesting! I can see them doing well in the south shore region of Mass(the area just north of Plymouth along the coast). 

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1 hour ago, Patine said:

Are @NYrepublican, @Conservative Elector 2, or anyone else capable of creating the custom map with the parameters I'd mentioned above? It would be greatly appreciated.

I may be able to.(Depends on how my schedule turns out)

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Here, also, is the flag used nationally by the rump United States, very much indicating their political, and even irredentist, views on the breakup of the U.S. and how well they've accepted the de facto situation symbolically. Yes, it does have 56 Stars in the blue canton, for the 50 States of today in RL, one for an accession of Puerto Rico in this timeline in late 2020's, and five for the annexation of Ontario and the four Canadian Maritime Provinces even later, those five remaining in the rump Union - but no Stars were ever formally removed, even after the political breakup of the nation, and even though the rump U.S. formally and de facto only has 23 States within it's current Union.

 

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And a possible flag for Ontario as a State in the rump United States in this timeline (given the current flag is a colonial red ensign with the Union Jack in a canton). This was the flag of the very short-lived "Republic of Canada" declared in 1837 by Upper Canada republican rebels against Britain (at the same rough time as the Patriote revolt in Lower Canada) and unofficially backed and supplied by certain elements in the American government at the time, with reformist Upper Canada politician William Lyon Mackenzie, the grandfather of later, long-serving Canadian PM William Lyon Mackenzie King. It was historically crushed and suppressed quickly by British force, and only ever held de facto authority in a small island in the Niagara River, but I think it might work as decent flag in this case.

 

Flag_of_the_Republic_of_Canada_(1837_1838).bmp

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A few changes here and there to the initial default candidate list

Progressive Party (Party of outgoing incumbent Nathan Krieger, not running for re-election):

-Vice-President Sarah Black of New Jersey

-Senator Lionel Hausen of New Hampshire

-Secretary of Commerce Kelvin Vietta of Maine

-Federal Justice Maria Buaventura of Ohio

-Congressman Hashid Khan of Ontario

-Congressman Gregory Yakinoza of Wisconsin

-Professor Darina Ferdinando of Pennsylvania

Social Democratic Party:

-Senator Maxwell Carson of Wisconsin

-Governor Roberta Chang of Ontario

-Congressman Shannon Lawrence of Vermont

-Union President Jason Zackharovsky of New York

-Online Blogger Rebecca Norwich-Jamayarita of Delaware

New Republican Party:

-Former Vice-President Gareth Young of Indiana

-Senator Belinda Eastwood of Iowa

-Senator Robert Hartnell of Nova Scotia

-Governor Harriet Vintner of Connecticut

-Mayor Jacob Eppstein of New York

-Congresswoman Victoria Grey of Ontario

-Congressman James Iturbide of Wisconsin

-Mr. Victor Sutherland III of New York

Reformed Restoration Party:

-Former Speaker Angela Santiago of Illinois

-Former Senator Chatty Bhamadaria of Massachusetts

-Former Secretary of Education Kelvin Halcyon of Illinois

-Former Congressman Reba Kelly of Maryland

-Former First Lady Larissa Nelphentherios-Greene of Rhode Island

Green Party:

-Congressman Harold Golghuz of Michigan

-Professor Vera Friederland of Maine

-Ms. Andrea Remirez of New Brunswick

Unified American Workers' Party:

-Former Senator (originally under the Social Democratic label) David Teranchuk of Ontario

-Union President Nellie Badgely of Michigan

-Mr. Shawn Obwande of Massachusetts

-Mr. Ricardo Chamarro of New Jersey

-Ms. Griselda Zelgensky of Wisconsin

Black Tigers:

-State Legislator Carter Redman (aka Omar Karim) of New York

-Former Councillor Ester Labwande-Pamino of the District of Columbia

-Mr. Bruce Stanford (rapper stage name Steel Killa) of New Jersey

-"Prophetess" Janice Sharambwe of Indiana (same apocalyptic cult - with the same assumed and changed last name - as an Independent candidate from Illinois in my "Divergent Point" U.S. scenario 2028 I had planned, by the way).

-Newfoundland and Labrador First Party:

-Congresswoman Sally Clark of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Mr. Larry Meghan of Newfoundland and Labrador

-Dr. Charlie Upton of Newfoundland and Labrador

Acadian Bloc:

-Former (and last) Premier (before annexation) Norman DeValle of Nova Scotia

-Mayor Jean-Paul Harrault of New Brunswick

-Ms. Margot Ipswitch of Prince Edward Island

Bunker Hill Party:

-Former Admiral Edwin Miller of Massachusetts

-Pilgrim Heritage Foundation President Fred Barton of Rhode Island

-National Guard Colonel Oliver Withers of Iowa

-Former Ambassador Angela Carlton of Delaware

Tecumseh Pact:

-Chief Gregory Canasatego of New York

Independent:

-Mr. Steven Paschelli of Connecticut

-Former Governor Janice Sung of Rhode Island

-Former Mayor and State Senator Carlos Guerrera of Ohio

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Ideas for possible issues:

-Electoral and Constitutional Reform

-Continental Dollar (NOT the historical Revolutionary War currency that VERY quickly went into hyperinflation and famously became next to worthless - but whether or not unify the dollars of all the splinter former U.S. successor nations through negotiation back into one currency or not)

-Urban Mega-Agglomeration (huge urban sprawls, the likes that appear in many near future science-fiction movies, television shows, comics, novels, etc., have risen up, to the point that a debate on local governance is being fiercely debated on whether or not to maintain or abolish separate counties and their government and identities within huge urban sprawls and create "mega-city" governments in their place, or not)

-Crime (as in crimes committed physically and in-person)

-Internet Crimes

-Immigration and Naturalization

-Armed Forces Doctrine, Budget, and Retention

-Infrastructure

-Social Welfare System

-Medical Care and Coverage

-Surveillance State (BIG issue here)

-American Reunification

-Labour (including, increasingly, automation and redundancy)

-International Trade

-Home Nation-Based Industry and Business

-Taxation

-China and India

-Europe

-Pacific Developed World

-Third World Nations and Involvement Policy

 

That's a start. Any other ideas, or any constructive comments or criticism, are certainly welcome to be suggested.

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@Patine

This BBC article lists some potential 2048 issues. It includes descriptions, but here are the 10 they laid out:

• GENETIC MODIFICATION OF HUMANS

• A MORE AGED POPULATION THAN EVER BEFORE

• LOST CITIES

• THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL MEDIA

• NEW GEOPOLITICAL TENSIONS

• SAFE CAR TRAVEL

• DWINDLING RESOURCES

• SETTLING OTHER WORLDS

• BOOSTED BRAINPOWER

• AI’S DOMINANCE IN OUR LIVES

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2 hours ago, RI Democrat said:

The far-left or far-right position on "American Reunification" should be "Huh-huh-huh. You said 'rump.'"

Edit: I think I get the joke now. I didn't on first reading.

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20 hours ago, Patine said:

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Ideas for possible issues:

-Electoral and Constitutional Reform

-Continental Dollar (NOT the historical Revolutionary War currency that VERY quickly went into hyperinflation and famously became next to worthless - but whether or not unify the dollars of all the splinter former U.S. successor nations through negotiation back into one currency or not)

-Urban Mega-Agglomeration (huge urban sprawls, the likes that appear in many near future science-fiction movies, television shows, comics, novels, etc., have risen up, to the point that a debate on local governance is being fiercely debated on whether or not to maintain or abolish separate counties and their government and identities within huge urban sprawls and create "mega-city" governments in their place, or not)

-Crime (as in crimes committed physically and in-person)

-Internet Crimes

-Immigration and Naturalization

-Armed Forces Doctrine, Budget, and Retention

-Infrastructure

-Social Welfare System

-Medical Care and Coverage

-Surveillance State (BIG issue here)

-American Reunification

-Labour (including, increasingly, automation and redundancy)

-International Trade

-Home Nation-Based Industry and Business

-Taxation

-China and India

-Europe

-Pacific Developed World

-Third World Nations and Involvement Policy

 

That's a start. Any other ideas, or any constructive comments or criticism, are certainly welcome to be suggested.

Considering space colonies are a part of the larger scenario, something dealing with space policy (or maybe a couple issues) would probably be necessary for applicable countries

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22 hours ago, Patine said:

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Ideas for possible issues:

-Electoral and Constitutional Reform

-Continental Dollar (NOT the historical Revolutionary War currency that VERY quickly went into hyperinflation and famously became next to worthless - but whether or not unify the dollars of all the splinter former U.S. successor nations through negotiation back into one currency or not)

-Urban Mega-Agglomeration (huge urban sprawls, the likes that appear in many near future science-fiction movies, television shows, comics, novels, etc., have risen up, to the point that a debate on local governance is being fiercely debated on whether or not to maintain or abolish separate counties and their government and identities within huge urban sprawls and create "mega-city" governments in their place, or not)

-Crime (as in crimes committed physically and in-person)

-Internet Crimes

-Immigration and Naturalization

-Armed Forces Doctrine, Budget, and Retention

-Infrastructure

-Social Welfare System

-Medical Care and Coverage

-Surveillance State (BIG issue here)

-American Reunification

-Labour (including, increasingly, automation and redundancy)

-International Trade

-Home Nation-Based Industry and Business

-Taxation

-China and India

-Europe

-Pacific Developed World

-Third World Nations and Involvement Policy

 

That's a start. Any other ideas, or any constructive comments or criticism, are certainly welcome to be suggested.

PM me on Steam at some point after tomorrow (Wednesday) and I'll tell you what Homo Deus might suggest as issues. 

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3 hours ago, jvikings1 said:

Considering space colonies are a part of the larger scenario, something dealing with space policy (or maybe a couple issues) would probably be necessary for applicable countries

That'd slipped my mind a minute. That'll have to be added.

54 minutes ago, vcczar said:

PM me on Steam at some point after tomorrow (Wednesday) and I'll tell you what Homo Deus might suggest as issues. 

Will do.

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1 hour ago, vcczar said:

PM me on Steam at some point after tomorrow (Wednesday) and I'll tell you what Homo Deus might suggest as issues. 

What's your steam account @vcczar

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26 minutes ago, RI Democrat said:

It was an allusion to these two geniuses:

Beavis_and_Butt-head_titlecard.png

Yes. It's also a running gag on the Homestar Runner flash website.

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On 10/2/2018 at 8:22 PM, NYrepublican said:

What's your steam account @vcczar

same username

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