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43 minutes ago, Kingthero said:

1978 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) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 23%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 41%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

In a close Liberal primary, Nita Faust beats Rosalie Winchester. An absence of Rockford on the campaign trail causes him to lose parts of his core base of support, though that might not matter with how split up his opposition is.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Nina Grijalva - Social Democrat - Representative 15%

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 34%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Opposition to Blake gains support, but unless the tides turn heavily, Blake has this election in the bag.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 9%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 32%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 59%

 

Although Conway was missing on the campaign trail, he maintained heavy support in a state where he is very popular.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 24%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 32%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 44%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 17%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 51%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 32%

 

Benjamin beat Rolstad, and took a heavy lead due to Dockman's absence.

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

John Turner IV tries to create a change momentum :

For that moment, John Turner at now the age of 41 decided to use a new single of the group Queen released the year before as the music emblem of his campain

JT IV : 4 years ago I was at a mere 6%. No WE ARE 21% STATEWIDE!

Let's show what WE ARE !

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With a Libertarian governorship, NY can become the Liberty state of the USA!

I showed that I was an open person, accepting to deal with Conservatives and Liberals without betraying what our party stands for.

To Liberals and Conservatives, if you fear a Torie or a Liberal policy, you can have a LIBERTARIAN governor that will be a true arbitrary upon the parties, that's what I've been as ruler of the Libertarians in Congress so far!

In addition, we do have a lot in common :

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(Just take out the patriot act the rest is fine 😛).

With a Turner plan, in 4 years NY will ensure a full and sustainable developpment thanks to free trades deals WE DO NEED.

With a Turner plan, the public healthcare system won't be a cost BECAUSE the private will be free to devellop itself.

 

As governor in addition of my program I personnaly pledge that :

A Turner governorship won't veto social programs if representatives find budgets to cut in to not create any deficits.

A Turner governorship will simplify administrative codes so that entrepreneurs lose less time to start their industry.

A Turner governorship won't accept ANY federal intervention in State's bounds.

A Turner governorship will respect the will of the representatives excepted if the Constitution is violated in its fundamental rights such as property, and liberty.

A Turner governorship will create more than two thousands jobs by making NY harbourg a bigger place for trade with Europe and every new colony.

A Turner governoship will continue Conservative policy of cutting taxs.

A Turner governorship will veto every kind of wishes to warn fundamental liberties.

 

LET'S FACE IT!

We saw laws in Congress, there are two clear progressists parties, the Socialists and the Libertarians. I do believe the Libertarians ensure greater fundamental rights than Socialists but I admit they defend like us news rights.

What did the Liberals done in Congress? They've been RE LU CT ENT to approve our bills which clearly were paving the way for a freer society!

The Liberal party is a former great party, now lost between Progressists and Conservatives and which needs to be rebuilt, the Socialists and the Libertarians are showing the right side on society, and we will PREVAIL on Conservatives on E CO NO MIC freeom!

Let's be proud of ALL FOUNDING fathers who brought this country FREEDOM and LIBERTY, even our pledge is not enough regarding the fundamental roots of the US Constitution, at the exception that we deeply try to be the closest of this Constitutionnal spirit.

Now, let's create a WAVE, A WAVE THAT WILL BLOW BIPARTISANISM AWAY, the Conservative president mocked our number as a "tiny party". Let's proove SHE'S WRONG, by winning here, in her Vice-Presidential state, let's flip NY LIBERTARIAN ONCE, AND FOR ALL!

 

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On 4/1/2019 at 1:01 PM, Kingthero said:

1978 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) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 23%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 41%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

In a close Liberal primary, Nita Faust beats Rosalie Winchester. An absence of Rockford on the campaign trail causes him to lose parts of his core base of support, though that might not matter with how split up his opposition is.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Nina Grijalva - Social Democrat - Representative 15%

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 34%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Opposition to Blake gains support, but unless the tides turn heavily, Blake has this election in the bag.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 9%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 32%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 59%

 

Although Conway was missing on the campaign trail, he maintained heavy support in a state where he is very popular.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 24%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 32%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 44%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 17%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 51%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 32%

 

Benjamin beat Rolstad, and took a heavy lead due to Dockman's absence.

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

New York Gubernatorial: In the absence of campaigning by Socialists and Conservatives, Faust takes her message to the streets along with her lieutenant governor candidate and pledges to make New York a cleaner, environmentally friendly state that is still friendly to business.

California Gubernatorial: Trust calls on Grijalva to step aside and unite the opposition, offering her position as attorney general if she decides to take on the challenge of finally defeating the Conservatives in the state. He campaigns heavily and spends money quickly to try and keep up with Blake.

Texas Gubernatorial: Suffering from a lack of funds and a party base that would rather spend money elsewhere, Hendricks is forced to campaign pretty much alone while national figures focus on NY, CA, MN.

Minnesota Gubernatorial: Halston, the only Liberal in the lead, gains the support of Former President Lauss to campaign alongside him in Minnesota. He champions his work in the city of Minneapolis and how he will take that to a statewide scale.

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On 4/1/2019 at 8:01 PM, Kingthero said:

1978 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) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 23%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 41%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

In a close Liberal primary, Nita Faust beats Rosalie Winchester. An absence of Rockford on the campaign trail causes him to lose parts of his core base of support, though that might not matter with how split up his opposition is.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Nina Grijalva - Social Democrat - Representative 15%

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 34%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Opposition to Blake gains support, but unless the tides turn heavily, Blake has this election in the bag.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 9%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 32%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 59%

 

Although Conway was missing on the campaign trail, he maintained heavy support in a state where he is very popular.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 24%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 32%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 44%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 17%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 51%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 32%

 

Benjamin beat Rolstad, and took a heavy lead due to Dockman's absence.

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

New York: After losing the primary Rosalie Winchester will instead run for congress. Fmr VP Charles Winchester along his brother Sen.David Winchester offers to campaign alongside Faust in New York.

California: Blake goes to every town in the State. She campaigns on the same ideal as her former campaigns did. The campaign also sends out many ads around the state inclunding attack ads to the other candidates

Tennessee: McDouglass campaigns all around the state. He attacks Governor Johnson of not being on the campaign trail. He calls to all his fellow Liberal guberntorial candidates that this will be there time to take the states. Several artists have had a concert in Nashville for the McDouglass campaign.

Minnesota: Rolstad endorse Halston and campaigns for him in the state

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On 4/1/2019 at 2:01 PM, Kingthero said:

1978 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) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 23%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 41%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

In a close Liberal primary, Nita Faust beats Rosalie Winchester. An absence of Rockford on the campaign trail causes him to lose parts of his core base of support, though that might not matter with how split up his opposition is.

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Nina Grijalva - Social Democrat - Representative 15%

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 34%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Opposition to Blake gains support, but unless the tides turn heavily, Blake has this election in the bag.

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 9%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 32%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 59%

 

Although Conway was missing on the campaign trail, he maintained heavy support in a state where he is very popular.

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 24%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 32%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 44%

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 17%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 51%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 32%

 

Benjamin beat Rolstad, and took a heavy lead due to Dockman's absence.

 

@Reagan04 @Hestia11 @WVProgressive @Alexak1209 @Edouard

New York

Marcantonio continues to campaign on his record of service to New York City, and how he promises to bring the success that city has seen to the entire state. State native, and Former Vice President Earl Hass campaign with the Mayor in the final weeks.

Texas

Long gives a harty campaign in the final days, knowing it's all but hopeless, giving rallys in major Texas cities like Austin, Houston, and Dallas.

Tennessee

Thomas campaigns hard in the final days, knocking on doors, speaking to disaffected citizens, and visiting neglected neighborhoods, forgotten by the Conservative government, in an effort to increase turnout.

California

Grijalva accepts Trust's offer to unite the Socialists and Liberal party in California against their common enemy, and offers to campaign with the State Senator in the final weeks of the campaign. @Hestia11

Minnesota

State Senator, and last years SocLab gubernatorial candidate Walter McCarthy, and Fmr. Pres. Hamilton Humphrey, both campaign for Lincoln in the final days of the campaign, in an attempt to give her a boost over the Liberal and Conservative parties.

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1978 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1979 Presidential Primaries for each Party.

 

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New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 25%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 39%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

Shelton Rockford wins the New York race with a plurality, although the Libertarians and Socialists had their strongest showings (For Libertarians, ever. For Socialists, recent years.) (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 49%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Although this election came down to the wire, Blake barely holds on to her seat as Governor. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 11%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 34%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

Conway lost more support by not being on the campaign trail, but lackluster campaigns by his opponents resulted in him still carrying a solid majority. (Winner gained 2% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 26%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 33%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 41%

 

Although Johnson was not present, his opponents could still not bring him all the way down. (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 20%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 50%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 30%

 

After years of Conservative ownership, the Liberals flip Minnesota's Governor seat. (Winner gained 26% of the votes from the last election.)

 

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1979 Primary Candidate Phase

 

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. Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired. 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 Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

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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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

1978 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1979 Presidential Primaries for each Party.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 25%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 39%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

Shelton Rockford wins the New York race with a plurality, although the Libertarians and Socialists had their strongest showings (For Libertarians, ever. For Socialists, recent years.) (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 49%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Although this election came down to the wire, Blake barely holds on to her seat as Governor. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 11%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 34%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

Conway lost more support by not being on the campaign trail, but lackluster campaigns by his opponents resulted in him still carrying a solid majority. (Winner gained 2% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 26%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 33%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 41%

 

Although Johnson was not present, his opponents could still not bring him all the way down. (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 20%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 50%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 30%

 

After years of Conservative ownership, the Liberals flip Minnesota's Governor seat. (Winner gained 26% of the votes from the last election.)

 

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1979 Primary Candidate Phase

 

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. Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired. 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 Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

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.

 

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Name: Charles Winchester

Party:Liberal

Primary: Liberal

Age: 65

Gender: Male

Race: White(British Ancestry)

Religion: Christian

Home State: New York

Original Profession: Laywer

Political Profession (if applicable): Fmr. Senator of New York, Fmr. Secretary of State. Fmr. Vice President

View on Mass Media: Postive to it.

View on Imperialism in General:  Against it. Sees it as a ruthless and as a old system.

View on Tobacco: Belives that it should get illegal to smoke inside in public areas such as Resturants, work space, Shops ETC.

View on Humanitarianism: Very postive.

View on the Environment: Protect it. 

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

Term Limits for the Presidency

More Trade with European countries

More defense spending

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2 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1978 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1979 Presidential Primaries for each Party.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 25%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 39%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

Shelton Rockford wins the New York race with a plurality, although the Libertarians and Socialists had their strongest showings (For Libertarians, ever. For Socialists, recent years.) (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 49%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Although this election came down to the wire, Blake barely holds on to her seat as Governor. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 11%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 34%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

Conway lost more support by not being on the campaign trail, but lackluster campaigns by his opponents resulted in him still carrying a solid majority. (Winner gained 2% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 26%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 33%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 41%

 

Although Johnson was not present, his opponents could still not bring him all the way down. (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 20%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 50%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 30%

 

After years of Conservative ownership, the Liberals flip Minnesota's Governor seat. (Winner gained 26% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

1979 Primary Candidate Phase

 

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. Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired. 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 Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

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: Kate Richmond

Party: Liberal

Primary: Liberal

Age: 55

Gender: Female

Race: White( English Ancestry)

Religion: Catholic

Home State: Florida

Original Profession: Millitary Officer

Political Profession (if applicable): National Security Advisor(Thorn Adminstration), Secretary of Defense(Lauss adminstration), Incumbent Governor of Florida.

View on Mass Media: Postive but feels that it need to be contained to a certain degree.

View on Imperialism in General: Belives that this is nothing any country should still be doing now.

View on Tobacco: Persnoally against but feels that the state shouldnt interveene in this matter as she sees it as a private matter.

View on Humanitarianism: Very Postive about it.

View on the Environment: We should start becoming more eco-frendly.

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

Ban on the death Penalty

Gender Equalty in the work space

Lower Taxes

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3 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1978 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1979 Presidential Primaries for each Party.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 25%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 39%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

Shelton Rockford wins the New York race with a plurality, although the Libertarians and Socialists had their strongest showings (For Libertarians, ever. For Socialists, recent years.) (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 49%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Although this election came down to the wire, Blake barely holds on to her seat as Governor. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 11%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 34%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

Conway lost more support by not being on the campaign trail, but lackluster campaigns by his opponents resulted in him still carrying a solid majority. (Winner gained 2% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 26%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 33%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 41%

 

Although Johnson was not present, his opponents could still not bring him all the way down. (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 20%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 50%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 30%

 

After years of Conservative ownership, the Liberals flip Minnesota's Governor seat. (Winner gained 26% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

1979 Primary Candidate Phase

 

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. Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired. 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 Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

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

John Turner speech in NY : I will be candidate in the presidential race, and we will both win NY FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE AND FOR ANY ELECTION TO HAPPEN NEXT!

 

Name: John Turner IV

Party: Libertarian Party

Primary: For winning Libertarian primary

Age: 43

Gender: Male

Race: White

Religion: Catholic

Home State: New Hampshire

Original Profession: Lawyer

Political Profession (if applicable): Senator

View on Mass Media: Mass Medias are free, they are the root of our country and the sence of our Constitution.

View on Imperialism in General: Critic regarding imperialism as it can turn against the US too.

View on Tobacco: Tobacco are free, we should have low taxs on them but we should make compulsory lessons about its effect.

View on Humanitarianism: Individuals are free to do what they want and private individuals with free associations can do bigger things than a State. So let humans build their relationship.

View on the Environment: Environment can only be solved by private research.

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

-creating thousands of jobs by FREE TRADE

-Allow state greater autonomy

-Pursue referendum campain and individual freedom true laicisation of the state.

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@Kingthero I'm going to have to step back from this RP for a little while, I just feel like it was good while it lasted, but it has simply lost too much momentum and I'm not into the game anymore. 

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1 hour ago, Reagan04 said:

@Kingthero I'm going to have to step back from this RP for a little while, I just feel like it was good while it lasted, but it has simply lost too much momentum and I'm not into the game anymore. 

Fair enough, it was hard to find a rhythm, finally we have one but it is relatively too late.

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17 hours ago, Kingthero said:

1978 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1979 Presidential Primaries for each Party.

 

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New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 25%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 39%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

Shelton Rockford wins the New York race with a plurality, although the Libertarians and Socialists had their strongest showings (For Libertarians, ever. For Socialists, recent years.) (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 49%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Although this election came down to the wire, Blake barely holds on to her seat as Governor. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 11%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 34%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

Conway lost more support by not being on the campaign trail, but lackluster campaigns by his opponents resulted in him still carrying a solid majority. (Winner gained 2% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 26%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 33%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 41%

 

Although Johnson was not present, his opponents could still not bring him all the way down. (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 20%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 50%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 30%

 

After years of Conservative ownership, the Liberals flip Minnesota's Governor seat. (Winner gained 26% of the votes from the last election.)

 

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1979 Primary Candidate Phase

 

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. Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired. 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 Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

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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Name: Edgar Kendall.

Party: Socialist Labor (Democratic Socialist Wing).

Primary: Socialist Labor Party.

Age: 47 (48 by election day).

Gender: Male.

Race: Caucasian.

Religion: Roman Catholic.

Home State: Massachusetts.

Original Profession: Lawyer.

Political Profession (if applicable): Campaign Manager for Hamilton Humphrey's 1960 Presidential Campaign; Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County, Massachusetts from 1961 - 1962; Member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts 1962 - Present.

View on Mass Media: Freedom of the press shall not be infringed upon ever by the Soc Lab Party. We will require the holders of broadcast licenses both to present controversial issues of public importance and to do so in a manner that is honest, equitable, and balanced. Establish an independent Federal Communications Commission to regulate interstate communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable. It will serve the public in the areas of fair competition, radio frequency use, media responsibility, public safety, and homeland security. Establish a public service broadcaster called the American Broadcasting Coporation (ABC) funded through a television licence fee it will be independent from direct government intervention and will be regulated by the FCC.

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. Before war can be declared, a limited plebiscite will occur. 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 Tobacco: Tax the sale of tobacco and attempt to regulate the most health damaging substances out of tobacco products. Ban smoking in public places e.g. administrative bodies; courts; prisons; clinics; asylums; schools; kindergartens; gyms; indoor pools; museums; theatres; cinemas; discos; restaurants; bars; malls; airports and railway stations as well as in and on public transport and private vehicles. Ban advertising of tobacco products. All advertising and branding shall be replaced on tobacco packaging with health warnings, only the name of the product shall remain in generic plain text. Provide free rehabilitation services for nicotine and tobacco addiction. 

View on Humanitarianism: A Soc Lab administration will commit at least 1.5% of GNI to foreign humanitarian aid. Increase funding to FEMA. 

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. Put money into research for greener vehicle fuels.

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

- An attempt will again be made to create an Income Tax.

- Legalise assisted suicide.

- Ban animal testing.

 

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Slot (1/2)

 

Name:

Party:

Primary:

Age:

Gender:

Race:

Religion:

Home State:

Original Profession:

Political Profession (if applicable):

View on Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

View on the Environment:

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

Slot (1/2)

 

Name: Senator Kelly Markas

Party: Liberal

Primary: Liberal (New Way Wing (Lauss-ist wing))

Age: 43

Gender: Female

Race: White

Religion: Protestant (Lutheran)

Home State: Colorado

Original Profession: Waitress, Journalist

Political Profession (if applicable): Denver Town Council (Age 26-32), US Rep. (32-36), US Senator for Colorado (36-43)

View on Mass Media: A competent media is critical to the survival of our nation. A check on power can be done by those in the media more capably than even Congress at times. We must, however, remain vigilant that the news contains accurate and factual reporting and broadcasts. 

View on Imperialism in General: Senator Markas is very opposed to imperialism. She says that sanctions against specific countries that crack down hard on nations wanting their freedom should be entertained immediately. Kelly campaigns on the idea that it is our duty as the "country of freedom" to stick our necks out for those that are wanting the same thing. 

View on Tobacco: Personally, she is against it, and sees need for regulation. However, she also states that she would best leave this to a government agency to track and moderate  (Such as the FDA or the creation of the CDC). 

View on Humanitarianism: Humanitarian aid for colonies struggling under the yolk of imperialism should be entertained and will be encouraged to be brought up for a vote in Congress. She states that countries like India, and other African colonies need our aid to deal with the crises they are struggling under.

View on the Environment: Not a staunch environmentalist, Sen. Markas says that research is best left up to universities and colleges that see fit to investigate this. Once more research comes out, Markas will devote more of a platform to it.

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

1. Quality Healthcare for the Elderly and Kids - Liberals will rail on Healthcare as a way to jibe the other candidates running, as it seems it has dropped from much of the others' campaigns as a whole. 

2. Equal justice for all under the American criminal justice system, including minorities.

3. Agriculture reform and breaking up large Ag conglomerates. 

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On 4/4/2019 at 4:03 PM, Kingthero said:

1978 Results Phase

 

This phase will show the results, and allow people to make plans for, now, the 1979 Presidential Primaries for each Party.

 

---

 

New York Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Mario Marcantonio - Social Democrat - NYC Mayor 15%

 

(L) Nita Faust - New Way - Former State AG 25%

 

(C) Shelton Rockford - Moderate - Incumbent 39%

 

(Libt) John Turner IV - Libertarian - Senator 21%

 

Shelton Rockford wins the New York race with a plurality, although the Libertarians and Socialists had their strongest showings (For Libertarians, ever. For Socialists, recent years.) (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

California Gubernatorial:

 

(L) Michael Trust - Loyalist - State Senator 49%

 

(C) Elinor Blake - Christian - Incumbent 51%

 

Although this election came down to the wire, Blake barely holds on to her seat as Governor. (Winner lost 5% of the votes from last election.)

 

Texas Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herbert Long - Libertarian Socialist - State Representative 11%

 

(L) Veronica Hendricks - Loyalist - Austin Mayor 34%

 

(C) Jack Conway - Christian - Incumbent 55%

 

Conway lost more support by not being on the campaign trail, but lackluster campaigns by his opponents resulted in him still carrying a solid majority. (Winner gained 2% of the votes from the last election.)

 

Tennessee Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Herman Thomas - Libertarian Socialist - Minister 26%

 

(L) John McDouglass - Secondary - Former AG 33%

 

(C) Elijah Lloyd Johnson - Christian - Incumbent 41%

 

Although Johnson was not present, his opponents could still not bring him all the way down. (Winner lost 8% of the votes from last election.)

 

Minnesota Gubernatorial:

 

(S) Elizabeth Lincoln - Democratic Socialist - St. Paul Mayor 20%

 

(L) Benjamin Halston - New Way - Minneapolis Mayor 50%

 

(C) Michele Dockman - Christian - Representative 30%

 

After years of Conservative ownership, the Liberals flip Minnesota's Governor seat. (Winner gained 26% of the votes from the last election.)

 

---

 

1979 Primary Candidate Phase

 

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. Any of the four pre-existing parties can be used, and even a new party can be created if so desired. 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 Mass Media:

View on Imperialism in General:

View on Tobacco:

View on Humanitarianism:

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.

 

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Slot (2/2)

 

Name: Gov. Alex Martinez

Party: Liberal (Loyalist Wing)

Primary: Liberal

Age: 53

Gender: Male

Race: Latino (White)

Religion: Catholic

Home State: New Mexico

Original Profession:  US Attorney

Political Profession (if applicable): US Rep (NM-2) (Ages 35-45), Governor of New Mexico (45-53)

View on Mass Media: Mass media is a good thing. It can be used to better educate the populace about governance and various issues. It will allow the government to be more transparent.

View on Imperialism in General: Imperialism is the wrong way to go. However, it is too easy to say that we will immediately go in and start breaking up imperialist countries with our economic weight. Rather, it takes a more disciplined approach of diplomatic pressure, combined with humanitarian aid and other factors that will convince the country to give up some of their colonies. Gradual de-colonization is his official platform.

View on Tobacco: Tobacco needs to be regulated, and agrees with Sen. Markas on the creation of a CDC type of organization. 

View on Humanitarianism: Humanitarian aid needs to be considered for all countries in duress, not just those that are under imperialist powers. Particularly those closest to home in Latin America need to be focused on. 

View on the Environment: He agrees that we must start doing something to better protect our environment and proposes a governmental research study that will watch the effects of the world's pollution on our global climate. 

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

1. New Immigration plan - looser immigration rules that will allow greater citizenship from Latin American countries inside the US. 

2. New Healthcare System for all Americans. Not governmentally mandated, but all private insurance companies' prices will be regulated by a new governmental task force. 

3. Boost tourism by beginning to send photos of the American West + DC to other nations, allowing for a greater flow of income into the United States. 

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1979 Pre-New England/Industrial Centers/Industrial Midwest Primary Polls

 

Conservative Party

 

Due to having no candidate, the NPC Governor Shelton Rockford of NY will be the Conservative Nominee.

 

Liberal Party Note that no endorsements are allowed for primaries, until the inevitable delegation, due to the obvious conflict of interest.

 

Charles Winchester: 32/25/21%

 

Kate Richmond: 18/20/24%

 

Kelly Markas: 21/28/29%

 

Alex Martinez: 29/27/26%

 

Socialist Party

 

Edgar Kendall, by default, is the Socialist nominee.

 

Libertarian Party

 

John Turner IV, by default, is the Libertarian nominee.

 

Political Stances

 

Should there be regulations on what can and can't be done using mass media?: Yes: 14|36|65% No: 86|64|35%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 64|34|27% No: 36|66|73%

 

Do you believe that tobacco use should be banned in public places?: Yes: 84|42|46% No: 16|58|54% 

 

Do you think that the U.S. should invest in humanitarian effort abroad?: Yes: 19|37|60% No: 81|63|40%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 28|79|64% No: 72|21|36%

 

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

1979 Pre-New England/Industrial Centers/Industrial Midwest Primary Polls

 

Conservative Party

 

Due to having no candidate, the NPC Governor Shelton Rockford of NY will be the Conservative Nominee.

 

Liberal Party Note that no endorsements are allowed for primaries, until the inevitable delegation, due to the obvious conflict of interest.

 

Charles Winchester: 32/25/21%

 

Kate Richmond: 18/20/24%

 

Kelly Markas: 21/28/29%

 

Alex Martinez: 29/27/26%

 

Socialist Party

 

Edgar Kendall, by default, is the Socialist nominee.

 

Libertarian Party

 

John Turner IV, by default, is the Libertarian nominee.

 

Political Stances

 

Should there be regulations on what can and can't be done using mass media?: Yes: 14|36|65% No: 86|64|35%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 64|34|27% No: 36|66|73%

 

Do you believe that tobacco use should be banned in public places?: Yes: 84|42|46% No: 16|58|54% 

 

Do you think that the U.S. should invest in humanitarian effort abroad?: Yes: 19|37|60% No: 81|63|40%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 28|79|64% No: 72|21|36%

 

 @MBDemSoc  @Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Edouard

John Turner IV campains in New York and new England then in others states, using the presidential campain as a mean to secure the state of NY for the Libertarians and for his own presidential election.

A vast majority of yours say medias have to stay unregulated. Which party backs it the most? OUR PARTY.

I recommend you to see what is my position on foreign affairs, it's a good compromise for the US. I think our country should do military interventions only in case of humanitarian crisis which becomes global.

We shoul devellop a mean to limit tobacco's effects on no-smoking people, I would offer a solution in this way.

We agree that no money has to be spent on humanitarian abroad and I'm the only one with the old Conservative party that will tell you this.

NY has to become an economic center and our agricultors can't be fired because of environmental excuses. Let's innovate with private researchs.

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1 hour ago, Kingthero said:

1979 Pre-New England/Industrial Centers/Industrial Midwest Primary Polls

 

Conservative Party

 

Due to having no candidate, the NPC Governor Shelton Rockford of NY will be the Conservative Nominee.

 

Liberal Party Note that no endorsements are allowed for primaries, until the inevitable delegation, due to the obvious conflict of interest.

 

Charles Winchester: 32/25/21%

 

Kate Richmond: 18/20/24%

 

Kelly Markas: 21/28/29%

 

Alex Martinez: 29/27/26%

 

Socialist Party

 

Edgar Kendall, by default, is the Socialist nominee.

 

Libertarian Party

 

John Turner IV, by default, is the Libertarian nominee.

 

Political Stances

 

Should there be regulations on what can and can't be done using mass media?: Yes: 14|36|65% No: 86|64|35%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 64|34|27% No: 36|66|73%

 

Do you believe that tobacco use should be banned in public places?: Yes: 84|42|46% No: 16|58|54% 

 

Do you think that the U.S. should invest in humanitarian effort abroad?: Yes: 19|37|60% No: 81|63|40%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 28|79|64% No: 72|21|36%

 

 @MBDemSoc  @Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Edouard

New England Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab Platform policies on tobacco and animal testing bans.

Re-state the last Soc Lab Platform policy on government surveillance.

Also re-state the Soc Lab Policies on healthcare, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms.

 

Industrial Centers Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab Platform policies on mass media, imperialism, humanitarian aid and the environment.

Re-state the last Soc Lab Platform policies on travel and youth punishment.

Also re-state the Soc Lab policies on healthcare, drugs and evolution.

 

Industrial Midwest Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab Platform policies on imperialism and the environment.

Re-state the last Soc Lab Platform policies on travel and youth punishment.

Also restate the party's opposition to the Lens plan, and the policies on healthcare and the military.

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1979 Northeast U.S. Primary Results and Middle U.S. Polls

 

New England/Industrial Centers/Industrial Midwest Primary Results

 

Liberal Party Note that no endorsements are allowed for primaries, until the inevitable delegation, due to the obvious conflict of interest.

 

Charles Winchester: 32/19/25% | 5+2+2 | 9 Delegates

 

Kate Richmond: 22/22/22% | 2+2+2 | 6 Delegates

 

Kelly Markas: 18/29/27% | 2+3+5 | 10 Delegates

 

Alex Martinez: 28/30/26% | 3+5+3 | 11 Delegates

 

Middle U.S. Polls [Upper South|Deep South|Swing States]

 

Liberal Party

 

Charles Winchester: 28/29/26%

 

Kate Richmond: 19/13/19%

 

Kelly Markas: 30/28/26%

 

Alex Martinez: 23/30/29%

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election I also made some changes to make it a bit more conflicted than clear cut.

 

Should there be regulations on what can and can't be done using mass media?: Yes: 45|58|44% No: 55|42|56%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 58|28|71% No: 42|72|29%

 

Do you believe that tobacco use should be banned in public places?: Yes: 43|54|44% No: 57|46|56% 

 

Do you think that the U.S. should invest in humanitarian effort abroad?: Yes: 49|45|35% No: 51|55|65%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 40|80|51% No: 60|20|49%

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 30%

Liberal: 27%

Socialist: 25%

Libertarian: 18%

 

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On 4/10/2019 at 3:30 AM, Kingthero said:

1979 Northeast U.S. Primary Results and Middle U.S. Polls

 

New England/Industrial Centers/Industrial Midwest Primary Results

 

Liberal Party Note that no endorsements are allowed for primaries, until the inevitable delegation, due to the obvious conflict of interest.

 

Charles Winchester: 32/19/25% | 5+2+2 | 9 Delegates

 

Kate Richmond: 22/22/22% | 2+2+2 | 6 Delegates

 

Kelly Markas: 18/29/27% | 2+3+5 | 10 Delegates

 

Alex Martinez: 28/30/26% | 3+5+3 | 11 Delegates

 

Middle U.S. Polls [Upper South|Deep South|Swing States]

 

Liberal Party

 

Charles Winchester: 28/29/26%

 

Kate Richmond: 19/13/19%

 

Kelly Markas: 30/28/26%

 

Alex Martinez: 23/30/29%

 

Political Stances (Reminder, regions vary in belief.) --- Mainly for the General Election I also made some changes to make it a bit more conflicted than clear cut.

 

Should there be regulations on what can and can't be done using mass media?: Yes: 45|58|44% No: 55|42|56%

 

Do you agree that imperialism is a relevant strategy in today's society?: Yes: 58|28|71% No: 42|72|29%

 

Do you believe that tobacco use should be banned in public places?: Yes: 43|54|44% No: 57|46|56% 

 

Do you think that the U.S. should invest in humanitarian effort abroad?: Yes: 49|45|35% No: 51|55|65%

 

Do you believe that more resources should be dedicated to protecting the environment?: Yes: 40|80|51% No: 60|20|49%

 

National General Election Poll

 

Conservative: 30%

Liberal: 27%

Socialist: 25%

Libertarian: 18%

 

@MBDemSoc  @Hestia11 @Alexak1209 @Edouard

Upper South Soc Lab Strategy

 Push the current Soc Lab Platform policy on an animal testing ban.

Re-state the last Soc Lab Platform policy on government surveillance.

Also re-state the Soc Lab Policies on evolution, the military, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms.

 

Deep South Soc Lab Strategy

Push the current Soc Lab Platform policies on mass media, imperialism, tobacco and the environment.

Re-state the last Soc Lab Platform policy on transport.

Also re-state the Soc Lab Policies on drugs, evolution and healthcare.

 

Swing States Soc Lab Strategy

 Push the current Soc Lab Platform policies on the environment and animal testing bans.

Re-state the last Soc Lab Platform policy on government surveillance.

Also re-state the Soc Lab Policies on the military, Universal Basic Income trials and electoral system reforms.

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