Jump to content

Welcome, Guest!

Sign In or Create my Account to gain full access to the game. If you haven't already created a character, what are you waiting for?

SWMissourian

Administrators
  • Content Count

    609
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    31

SWMissourian last won the day on November 15

SWMissourian had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

192 Excellent

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Player Finances Player Character Income Expenditures Cash On Hand Brady Jackson Hawthorne (R-WV) $26,950,000 Jack Jackson Burch (R-TX) $39,780,000 Richard Hayes (TX) $5,000,000 Kyle Fitzgerald Kyle Fitzgerald (R-KY) $10,000,000 $19,920,000 kylejones Kyle Jones (R-TX) $2,570,000 Macmillan Dylan Macmillan (R-OH) $4,490,000 $4,490,000 Nubbie William Macgruder (R-MT) $0 Pinnacle John Blythe (AL) $3,846,078 Grant Pinnacle (R-AR) $4,490,000 $8,000,000 $44,200,000 Tuna Martin Howard (R-PA) $0 Batman Armatage Shawshank (AZ) $0 Jewell Webb Magnuson (D-AL) $4,600,000 $23,390,000 Beau Muldowney (SD) $930,000 $5,550,000 Marmot of the Marsh Steve Boarly (SD) $0 Vivian Couture (RI) $2,805,847 Zach Huntington (D-ME) $25,000,000 Mike Jordan Harvey Specter (D-NY) $0 Michael Declan James (D-MA) $20,000,000 $47,570,000 Connor Jamison (D-VA) $27,290,000 Owen Pierce (DC) $2,713,761 Sebus001 Jonathan Burnwood (D-VT) $0 Sovereign Lincoln McNamara (D-PA) $0 Wilder Alejandro Gomez (D-AZ) $0 Marshall Wilder (MN) $0
  2. Starting Polls: Wolfgang Amadeus Thaddäus Volker Reinhardt @Batman - CDU/CSU - 28% SDP - 20% Alexander Schreber @Macmillan - AfD - 17% The Greens - 17% Hans Nesslerode @Marmot Of the Marsh - FDP - 11% The Left - 7% Questions: 1) Migration has been a huge issue in Germany, especially since the Syrian refugee crisis. Growing, massive support for crackdowns on illegal immigration and faster deportations has plagued Germany's political establishment since over 1,000,000 refugees were allowed into Germany under Chancellor Angela Merkel. How would your party address immigration? 2) Climate change is recognized across Germany as not just a national, but a world, crisis. Germany has moved towards more renewable energy in the past decade, but this has not been without its problems. What will your government's energy policy be? How will you address climate change? 3) Former President of the United States Donald Trump criticized Germany for not meeting NATO defense spending requirements. This has been a divisive issue in the country, with some saying the Bundeswehr should get a funding boost but many others opposing it. 4) As always, the economy is on voters' minds as they head to the polls. Germany is the EU's largest economy, so naturally the Chancellorship of such a powerhouse comes with great responsibility. What will be your government's economic policy? Schedule Change: Everything on the schedule is delayed by a day, since I forgot to post this : P Schedule: November 18 - Sign-Ups Close November 19 - Round 1 Campaigning Begins November 22 - Round 1 Campaigning Ends and Polls Are Released November 24 - Round 2 Campaigning Begins November 26 - Round 2 Campaigning Ends and Final Results Are Released
  3. Fundraisers: Macmillan (OH) - $2.14 million Macmillan (CA) - $2.35 million Pinnacle (TX) - $4.49 million Magnuson (MA) - $3.84 million Magnuson (VA) - $0.76 million Muldowney (MI) - $0.57 million Muldowney (MO) - $0.36 million
  4. WC donates $10,000,000 to Senator Kyle Fitzgerald (R-KY) for his Black Lungs Benefit Improvement Act.
  5. It's that season again! Time for a federal election in Germany! Players who are not already Leaders or Secretary of State are invited to throw their hat in the ring to run Europe's biggest economy, and perhaps its most powerful nation! Please sign up with the following character creation template: Schedule: November 18 - Sign-Ups Close November 19 - Round 1 Campaigning Begins November 21 - Round 1 Campaigning Ends and Polls Are Released November 23 - Round 2 Campaigning Begins November 25 - Round 2 Campaigning Ends and Final Results Are Released Each turn, players will submit long-form answers to roughly five or six questions posed by the admin team. Players will be free to debate each other on each topic. Those with the most participation and the most compelling answers/rebuttals will receive boosts in polling. There are many political parties in Germany, but, like most parliamentary systems, there are two dominant ones: one for the left, and one for the right. The Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union (CDU/CSU) is the main center-right party, while the Social Democratic Party (SDP) is the main center-left party. The following parties are available to players: German Political Parties Party Ideology CDU/CSU Center-Right AfD Right to Far-Right FDP Center to Center Right SDP Center-Left The Left Left to Far-Left The Greens Center-Left
  6. Associated Press BREAKING NEWS [OOC: Appeals for OH, PA, and GA are due next Wednesday, November 20, at 11:49pm EST.]
  7. MICA donates $20,000,000 to President Declan James (D-MA).
  8. Associated Press BREAKING NEWS
  9. Player Finances Player Character Income Expenditures Cash On Hand Brady Jackson Hawthorne (R-WV) $26,950,000 Jack Jackson Burch (R-TX) $10,520,000 $8,000,000 $39,780,000 Kyle Fitzgerald Kyle Fitzgerald (R-KY) $9,920,000 $9,920,000 kylejones Kyle Jones (R-TX) $2,570,000 Macmillan Dylan Macmillan (R-OH) $0 Nubbie William Macgruder (R-MT) $0 Pinnacle John Blythe (AL) $3,846,078 Grant Pinnacle (R-AR) $35,420,000 $8,000,000 $47,710,000 Tuna Martin Howard (R-PA) $0 Batman Armatage Shawshank (AZ) $0 Jewell Webb Magnuson (D-AL) $7,410,000 $8,960,000 $18,790,000 Beau Muldowney (SD) $670,000 $4,620,000 Marmot of the Marsh Steve Boarly (SD) $0 Vivian Couture (RI) $2,805,847 Zach Huntington (D-ME) $25,000,000 Mike Jordan Harvey Specter (D-NY) $0 Michael Declan James (D-MA) $27,570,000 Connor Jamison (D-VA) $27,290,000 Owen Pierce (DC) $2,713,761 Sebus001 Jonathan Burnwood (D-VT) $0 Sovereign Lincoln McNamara (D-PA) $0 Wilder Alejandro Gomez (D-AZ) $0 Marshall Wilder (MN) $0
  10. Fundraisers: Pinnacle (FL) - $17.42 million Magnuson (FL) - $7.41 million Muldowney (WI) - $0.22 million Muldowney (MN) - $0.45 million Fitzgerald (TX) - $5.64 million Fitzgerald (CA) - $4.28 million Burch (TX) - $10.52 million The next midsessions are due on Saturday, November 16, at 11:59 pm EST!
  11. CCV donates $18,000,000 to Senator Grant Pinnacle (R-AR) for the passage of recent abortion legislation.
  12. Associated Press BREAKING NEWS [OOC: Appeals for either side can be sent to me through PM on the boards. You can lobby any combination of the states, but you can only submit one appeal per state. Characters closer geographically or in leadership will have more weight in how their words will affect the final vote. Appeals are due on Sunday, Nov. 10th, at 11:59pm EST.]
×
×
  • Create New...