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TheNixonator’s Test Thread

TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
Electoral History of Albert Maver Winn:
1849: Member (Nonpartisan) of the Sacramento City Council
1849: elected unopposed
1849-1850: President (Nonpartisan) of the Sacramento City Council
1849: Elected by the Sacramento City Council
1849: Organized Independent Order of Odd Fellows in Sacramento
1850-1857: Brigadier-General of the California State Militia
1850: Appointed by John Bigler
1853: Joined Sons of Temperance
1854: Re-appointed by John Bigler
1855: Joined Sacramento Pioneers Association
1855: Joined Order of the Star Spangled Banner
1857-1860: President of the California Swampland Commission
1857: Elected unopposed
1860: Know-Nothing candidate for California State Legislature
1860: Defeated by Democratic candidate
1860-1861: Private citizen, newspaper editor, "The Shop and the Senate"
1861-1863: Officer in the Pacifican Army
1861: Enlisted
1863-1867: Private citizen, political activist, People's Party
1867-1869: President of the Mechanic State Council
1867: Elected unopposed
1869-1874: Brother-President of the Native Sons of the Golden West
1869: Elected unopposed
1874-1881: Governor (People's) of New Albion
1873: Defeated Henry Huntley Haight
1877: Defeated Frank McCoppin
1881: People's Nominee for President
1881: With William W. Thayer, defeated by Tomas A. Sanchez
1881-1883: Private citizen, political activist, People's Party
 

TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
Political Career of Billy J.B. Long:
1978-1982: Representative (Workingmen's) for JA-01
1977 def. Wendell Wyatt (Citizens)
1979: unopposed
1982-1986: Governor (Workingmen's) of Jackson
1981 def.
1986-1993: Vice-President (Workingmen's) of the Pacific Republic
1985 (with Cesario Chavez) def.
1989 (with Cesario Chavez) def.
1993-1994: President (Workingmen's) of the Pacific Republic
Replaced Chavez
1993 (with Harry Reid) def. by Connie McCready (Citizens)
1994-2017: Private citizen, political activist, Workingmen's
2004-2010: Senator (Workingmen's) from Jackson
2003 def. Gerald Long (Citizens)
2009 def. by Ben Westlund (Citizens)
2010-2018: Private citizen, political activist, Workingmen's
2018-present: Governor (Workingmen's) of Jackson
2017 def.
2021 def.
2021: Workingmen's candidate for President
2021 def. by Jaime Bonilla (Workingmen's)
 
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TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
1861-1862: William M. Gwin ("Chivalry" Democratic)
Elected by the Convention
1862-1870: William M. Gwin (Chivalry)
1861 (with William T'Vault) def. scattered opposition
1865 (with William T'Vault) def. scattered opposition
1870-1878: William T'Vault (Chivalry)
1869 (with Volney Howard) def. Henry Perrin Coon (People's)
1873 (with Volney Howard) def. James McClatchy (People's)
1878-1882: Tomas A. Sanchez (Chivalry)*
1877 (with George Gordon Belt) def. William Tell Coleman (People's)
1881 (with George Gordon Belt) def. Albert Maver Winn (People's) and Denis Kearney (Workingmen’s)
1882-1886: George Gordon Belt (Chivalry)
Replaced Tomas A. Sanchez
1886-1890: Solomon Heydenfeldt (Chivalry)
1885 (with Charles L. Scott) def. Isaac Smith Kalloch (Workingmen's) and (People's)
1890-1894: Sylvester Pennoyer ("Nativist")**
1889 (with William J. Hunsaker) def. William H. Workman (Chivalry) and Henry T. Hazard (Citizens)
1894-1902: Sylvester Pennoyer (Workingmen's)
1893 (with William J. Hunsaker) def. James George Bell (Citizens) and William H. Spurgeon (Chivalry)
1897 (with William J. Hunsaker) def. Douglas Gunn (Citizens) and Joseph Lancaster Brent (Chivalry)
1902-1906: Andrew Jackson Bryant (Workingmen's)
1901 (with ) def.
1906-1910: Samuel Clemens (Citizens)
1905 (with ) def. Andrew Jackson Bryant (Workingmen's)
1910-1914: William R. Hearst ("Nativist")**
1909 (with ) def. Samuel Clemens ("Progressive")** and George W. Patton (Chivalry)
1914-1918: Harry Lane ("Peace")**
1913 (with Hiram Johnson) def. William R. Hearst ("War")**
1918-1921: Harry Lane (Citizens)
1917 (with Hiram Johnson) def.
1921-1922: Hiram Johnson (Citizens)***
Replaced Lane
1922-1926: Hiram Johnson (Workingmen's)
1921 (with Charles K. McClatchy) def. (Citizens)
1926-1930: Miles Poindexter (Citizens)
1925 (with ) def. Hiram Johnson (Workingmen's)
1930-1934: Walter Marcus Pierce (Workingmen's)
1929 (with ) def. Miles Poindexter (Citizens)
1934-1938: Angelo J. Rossi (Citizens)
1933 (with ) def. Walter Marcus Pierce (Workingmen's)
1938-1940: Llewellyn Banks (Workingmen's)****
1937 (with Bob Shuler) def. Angelo J. Rossi (Citizens)
1940-1950: Raymond Haight (Citizens)
1940 (with Charles McNary) def. Llewellyn Banks (Workingmen's)
1941 (with Charles McNary) def. Bob Shuler (Workingmen's)
1945 (with ) def.
1950-1958: Workingmen's
1949 (with ) def.
1953 (with ) def.
1958-1966: Luis H. Álvarez (Citizens)
1957 (with Goodwin Knight) def.
1961 (with Goodwin Knight) def.
1966-1970: Workingmen's
1965 (with ) def.
1970-1978: Al Bell Jr. (Citizens)
1969 (with Mark Hatfield) def.
1973 (with Mark Hatfield) def.
1978-1982: Marty Heckle (Workingmen's)*
1977 (with Cesario Chavez) def. Mark Hatfield (Citizens)
1981 (with Cesario Chavez) def. Connie McCready (Citizens)
1982-1993: Cesario Chavez (Workingmen's)*
Replaced Heckle
1985 (with Billy J.B. Long) def.
1989 (with Billy J.B. Long) def.
1993-1994: Billy J.B. Long (Workingmen's)
Replaced Chavez
1994-2002: Pete McCloskey (Citizens)
1993 (with ) def. Billy J.B. Long (Workingmen's)
1997 (with ) def.
2002-2010: Harry Reid (Workingmen's)
2001 (with ) def.
2005 (with ) def.
2010-2018: Edmund Brown Jr. (Citizens)
2009 (with Bill Richardson III) def.
2013 (with Bill Richardson III) def.
2018-present: Gavin Newsom (Citizens)
2017 (with Kevin Faulconer) def.
2021 (with Kevin Faulconer) def. Jaime Bonilla (Workingmen's)
* Died of natural causes.
** Political alliance.
*** Switched parties.
**** Recalled.
 
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TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
under construction
The 2021 Pacifican Presidential Election:
As the Pacific Republic's 41st Presidential Election comes ever closer, the party conventions convene (hence the name) to decide on their nominee.

Citizens Party [Center-left to center-right; centrism, liberal-conservatism, economic liberalism, pro-growth, social liberalism, free trade]
Pacifican President Gavin Newsom: The incumbent President and sure, he's no Al Bell, but he's fairly popular. No doubt he'll get the nomination.
San Joaquin Senator Willard Romney: The conservative opposition's candidate.
San Bernardino County Judge Raymond Haight III: Who?

Workingmen's Party [Left-wing to right-wing; populism, labor unionism, agrarianism, social preservationism, nativism, anti-crime]
Colorado Governor Jaime Bonilla: The conservative/socialist Governor of Colorado. That seems just like the unifying candidate the Workingmen's Party has been looking for!
San Joaquin Governor Rory Reid: Former President Reid's son. Doesn't have much of a platform besides that.
Jackson Governor Billy J.B. Long: Who let him back in here!? And why is he getting votes?!
 
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TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
1961-1963: Richard Nixon (Republican)*
1960 (with Henry C. Lodge Jr.) def. John F. Kennedy (Democratic)
1963-1964: Henry C. Lodge Jr. (Republican)**
Replaced Nixon
1964-1973: Curtis LeMay (Nonpartisan)***
Replaced Lodge
1964 (with none): postponed
1968 (with none): def. Mark Hatfield (Nonpartisan)
1972 (with none): no legal opposition
1973-1974: People's Congress
Replaced LeMay
1973 Constitutional Convention held
1974-19xx: Tom McCall ("Third Force")****
1974 (with George McGovern & John Lindsay) def. various "Pro-Jamboree Independent" tickets

* Assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.
** Overthrown by military due to "mishandling" of the Cuban War.
*** Overthrown by the People's Army Jamboree.
**** Unofficial name of McCall's coalition; political parties were declared null by 1973 Constitution.
 
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BClick

Cultural Necrophile
Location
Little Beirut
Pronouns
He/him
This is an astoundingly good name for an American Carnation Revolution, gotta say.
It was the name of an anti-war group in Portland IOTL, not sure if it was used more widely than that / if @TheNixonator got it somewhere else. They were the folks behind the rally that McCall staged Vortex I to prevent (and the folks that George Atiyeh was accused of selling explosives to).
 

TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
I found a good obscure politician that I have literally seen used nowhere in AH:
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Llewelyn A. Banks was a journalist, orchardist, and political activist (though as far as I've read, he never ran for political office himself) in Jackson County, Oregon. During the Great Depression, he founded the Good Government Congress, a populist/agrarian organization who effectively controlled the county for a short time, with most of its members being farmers. His time in politics ended in 1933 when he was sentenced to life for murdering a cop who was arresting him for ballot theft. Shortly after this incident, the GGC movement effectively ended as members wanted to disassociate themselves with a murderer.

Banks' ideology is hard to exactly pinpoint, but I'd say it's safe to put in the fascist category, though he called himself an anti-fascist. He was a Agrarianist, anti-Semite, anti-Catholic, and British Isrealist. Another thing of note Banks initially supported the idea of John Pershing becoming supreme dictator, before switching it to Smedley Butler. Eventually, he became a supporter of Huey Long, believing him to be America's national savior. He additionally supported the Khaki Shirts of America.
 
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TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
The Money of the Pacific Republic:
¢1 - Andrew Jackson
¢5 - William T'Vault
¢10 - California grizzly bear
¢25 - Albert M. Winn
¢50 - John McLoughlin
$1 - William M. Gwin
$5 - Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
$10 - Lady Justice
$20 - Salacia
$50 - George Washington
$100 - Minerva
 
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Walpurgisnacht

Incredibly Busy Trying To Kill Everyone
Location
Banned from the forum
Pronouns
He/Him
I refuse to accept that T'Vault is a real surname. That's the name of the British analogue of Lock-Up from Knight & Squire '66.

How do you mean? I was more basing it on the Confederates, who put Roman Goddesses on their banknotes.
Mostly that Salacia is kind of a deep cut, so I thought her prominence indicated something.

Didn't know that about the Confederacy--fun detail, ties the Pacific Republic to their past benefactor well.
 

TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
Electoral History of Denis Kearney:
1877-1881: Secretary of San Francisco Workingmen's Trade and Labor Union
1877: Elected unopposed
1881: Presidential Nominee, Workingmen's
1881: With Cayetano Apablasa, defeated by Tomas A. Sanchez
1881-1884: Private citizen, political activist, Workingmen's
1884-1891: Senator from New Albion, Workingmen's
1883: Elected unopposed
1889: Elected unopposed
1891-1894: Secretary of Labor, Workingmen's
1891: Labor Department established, appointed by Sylvester Pennoyer
1894-1902: Secretary of Racial Affairs, Workingmen's
1894: Racial Affairs Department established, appointed by Sylvester Pennoyer
1902-1907: Private citizen, businessman
 
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TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
List of Presidents of the Pacific Republic:
1861-1862: William M. Gwin ("Chivalry" Democratic)
1862-1870: William M. Gwin (Chivalry)
1861 (with William T'Vault) def. scattered opposition
1865 (with William T'Vault) def. scattered opposition
1870-1878: William T'Vault (Chivalry)
1869 (with Volney Howard) def. Henry Perrin Coon (People's)
1873 (with Volney Howard) def. James McClatchy (People's)
1878-1881: Tomas A. Sanchez (Chivalry) [disputed]
1877 (with George Gordon Belt) def. Albert M. Winn (People's)
1878-1881: Albert Maver Winn (People's) [disputed]
1877 (with William J. Sweasey) def. Tomas A. Sanchez (Chivalry)

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1881-1883: Albert Maver Winn (People's)
1883-18xx: None [de-facto William Tell Coleman, as Executive]
 
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TheNixonator

Unironic Georgist
1884-1890: Andrew Jackson Bryant (People's)
Appointed by William T. Coleman
1886 (with ) def. Denis Kearney (Workingmen's)
1890-1902: Sylvester Pennoyer (Workingmen's)
1889 (with Charles K. McClatchy) def. Andrew Jackson Bryant (People's)
1893 (with Charles K. McClatchy) def.
1897 (with Charles K. McClatchy) def.
1902-1906: Will Hunsaker (Workingmen's)
1901 (with ) def.
1906-1910: Sam Clemens (People's)
1905 (with ) def. Will Hunsaker (Workingmen's)
1910-1914: William R. Hearst (People's)
1909 (with ) def. Sam Clemens (Independent) and (Workingmen's)
1914-19xx: Harry Lane ("Peace Ticket")
1913 (with ) def. William R. Hearst (People's)
 
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