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Stuyvesant

Just wait until I actually get my shit together
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The Place Beyond The Pines
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Humanity Party (7 Seats) – Founded as a Populist Vehicle for Mayor Richard McDonough, their main ideology being Anti-Ghoul and Pro-Stands meanwhile insisting that Synths and the Institute are nothing more than Boogeymen.
Wall Party (3 Seats) – The Wall Party was originally a single-issue Party, supporting greater funding to The Wall, with some even applying a near-religious devotion to it. However, following the collapse of the Alliance, they have broadened their platform, and become the Anti-McDonough Party.
Diamond City Alliance (1 Seat) – the DCA was founded alongside the Green Jewel in the 2130s, and their fortunes have generally been intertwined, becoming the City’s natural party of government. However, the twin blows of the Broken Mask Incident and the CPG Massacre dealt a near-fatal blow to their electability, which they have only just begun to recover from.
Justice Party (1 Seat) – The Justice was founded following the Ghoul Expulsions of Mayor McDonough, as a party for the now-depopulated Bleachers (Where most of the Ghouls lived). Their platform is the reversal of the Ghoul expulsions, and increased democratization
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Stuyvesant

Just wait until I actually get my shit together
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2288 is a watershed moment in Diamond City, it saw the utter collapse of the Humanity Party going from 7 to 0 in one election. This was due to the revelation that Mayor McDonough had at some point been replaced with a synth, and the irony was not lost on the Electorate. An alliance of the Wall Party, Diamond City Alliance, and Justice Party took a majority in the City Council, and immediately undertook measures to undo many of the Former Mayor's measures, repealing the Ghoul Ban, acknowledging the existence of Synths and the Institute, and formally applying to join the newly-resurgent Minutemen.
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Stuyvesant

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1841: William H. Harrison (Whig)
(with John Tyler)
def. 1840 Martin Van Buren (Democratic)
1841-1842: John Tyler* (Whig then Independent) [Vice President Acting President]
1842-1843: Samuel Southard (Whig) [President Pro Tempore Acting President]

1843-1847: Henry Clay (Whig)

(with John Davis) def. 1842 Lewis Cass (Democratic), James G. Birney (Liberty)
1847: Joseph Smith (Independent)††
(with Sidney Rigdon) def. 1846 Henry Clay (Whig), Martin Van Buren (Democratic), John Tyler (New Democratic-Republican), James G. Birney (Liberty)
1847: Sidney Rigdon (Independent)* [Vice President Acting President]
1847-1848: David Rice Atchison (Democratic) [President Pro Tempore Acting President]

1848: David Rice Atchison (Democratic)

(with William R. King) def. 1847 John P. Hale (Liberty), Daniel Webster (Whig), John Tyler (New Democratic-Republican)

1848 American Civil War Begins FREEDOM vs LAW AND ORDER following the Ban on the Church of Jesus Christ

Presidents of the United States (Freedom)
1848-1850: Gerrit Smith (Freedom)
(with Daniel Webster)
1850-1854: John Brown (Freedom)
(with Sidney Rigdon)


Presidents of the United States (Law and Order)
1848-1851: David Rice Atchison (Democratic)††

(with William R. King)
1851-1853: William O. Butler (U.S. Army) [Under Martial Law]

1853 American Civil War ends, Freedom Victory Constitutional Convention

1854-1861: Levi Coffin (Freedom)
def. 1853 Sidney Rigdon (People's) George Bancroft (Democratic)
 
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rosa

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1841: William H. Harrison (Whig)
(with John Tyler)
def. 1840 Martin Van Buren (Democratic)
1841-1842: John Tyler (Whig then Independent) [Vice President Acting President]
1842-1843: Samuel Southard (Whig) [President Pro Tempore Acting President]

1843-1847:

def. 1842
1847-1851: Joseph Smith (Independent)
def. 1846 Lewis Cass (Democratic), Henry Clay (Whig), Martin Van Buren (Peace Democratic), John Tyler (New Democratic-Republican), James G. Birney (Liberty)
Based
 

Stuyvesant

Just wait until I actually get my shit together
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Governors of the State of New York (Post-Partition)
1991-1994: Sheldon Silver (Democratic and Liberal)

def. 1990 Al D'Amato (Republican and Conservative)
1995-2002: Rudy Giuliani (Republican and Liberal)
def. 1994 Sheldon Silver (Democratic), George Pataki (Conservative)
def. 1998 Andrew Spano (Democratic), Thomas Gulotta (Conservative)

2003-2010: Anthony Wiener (Democratic and Working Families)
def. 2002 Michael Bloomberg (Republican and Liberal)
def. 2006 C. Scott Vanderhoef (Republican and Conservative)

2011-2014: Michael Bloomberg (Independent, Republican, Liberal and Stop Wiener)
def. 2010 Anthony Wiener (Democratic), Rick Lazio (Conservative)
2015-Present: David Paterson (Democratic, Working Families, and Liberal)
def. 2014 John Catsimatidis (Republican and Conservative), Michael Bloomberg (Independent), Donald Trump (Reform)
def. 2018 Rob Astorino (Republican and Conservative)
 
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Japhy

Sour, Salty, and Delicious
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@Japhy when do you think would be a good starting point for a NY Shuffling the Deck?
I think you've got to go for the 1920 Election tbh.

And not be like the guy from Texas who thought that we elected Governors and Lt Governors separately. Which I know you won't do but im still annoyed by that.
 
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