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  1. Update* Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald is also reported as attending the meeting. In recent developments shortly after the meeting, Senator Fitzgerald Introduced the USPS Reform Act. Contents include the following: If the bill is implemented, the USPS union will not strike and tensions will be calmed due to the bailout money and for preventing the 57 locations from closing. Nationalists and Business groups are not pleased that the government is bailing out the USPS while progressives and moderates are pleased with the result. Business groups feel that the government is giving them an unfair advantage. "When a business loses money, they have to face the consequences. Why is the USPS so different? The USPS's failure is not the tax-payers fault." Nationalists believe that their tax dollars should go to other things. "If the USPS cannot compete, then let the private sector handle it. Why are we giving a handout to a poorly run government bureaucracy?" Moderates (Dem and Con) are glad to know that rates will not be going up drastically, and they won't have to fear of mail delays. Progressives are surprisingly pleased with a pro-union decision by the Vang Administration and SML Fitzgerald. They are happy that the workers can keep their jobs and no facilities have to close.
  2. The President and Secretary of State met with union leaders regarding the dispute. Ideas and options were discussed but no concrete decision moving forward was decided upon. The union will see how the President takes action in the short term with his current idea of resolving the issue.
  3. Player Political Influence Points (PI) Player Character Earned Points Spent Points Total Points Baccei Elizabeth Houston (ME) 15 Cardinalfan9 Jack Doyle (WV) 20 John Dunn Steven Andrews (FL) 15 Jun Eugene Go (TX) 10 LMR Lucille Ricardo (FL) 2 16 Max John-Henry Emerson III (PA) 40 MEOL03 Charles Olsson (AZ) 5 Nubbie Rick Sharp (FL) 20 George Smith (TX) 15 Ollie Jacob Olliver (OH) 15 Paul Vang Paul Vang (WI) 20 Rangerboy Richard Crawford (CO) 15 Recks Graham Chambers (AR) 25 Ryan Barclay Calhoun (NC) 30 Sovereign Nicholas Rhodes (SC) 30 Sheridan Jace Kadar (OK) 15 Charles Talleyrand (LA) 2 21 SWMissourian Johnathon Grant (IL) 15 Michael Madison (IN) 4 18 TexAgRepublican Kyle Fitzgerald (TX) 4 25 Jack Swanner (CA) 2 33 Audrey Van Horn (CA) 2 14 anatoly Edward Morrow (IL) 25 Batman Major Grant (RI) 35 Bobby Newport (CA) 10 Mario Rubicon (AZ) 15 0 Calvin Ward Calvin Ward (NY) 5 Chris Lewis Berryhill (NY) 25 15 Dogslife Samuel Crafts (CO) 2 29 Jellybeans Amanda Willenhouse (CA) 30 Nick Carol Armstrong (CT) 15 Osiris Storm Aaron Fox (MI) 30 Rusty Russ Paul Kessler (PA) 4 35 Troubadour Lincoln Reynolds (VT) 10 Headquarter Tracker Player Character PI HQs Campaign HQ Baccei Elizabeth Houston (ME) Cardinalfan9 Jack Doyle (WV) John Dunn Steven Andrews (FL) Jun Eugene Go (TX) LMR Lucille Ricardo (FL) T1 (WY) Max John-Henry Emerson III (PA) MEOL03 Charles Olsson (AZ) Nubbie Rick Sharp (FL) George Smith (TX) Ollie Jacob Olliver (OH) Paul Vang Paul Vang (WI) Rangerboy Richard Crawford (CO) Recks Graham Chambers (AR) Ryan Barclay Calhoun (NC) Sovereign Nicholas Rhodes (SC) Sheridan Jace Kadar (OK) Charles Talleyrand (LA) T1 (LA) SWMissourian Johnathon Grant (IL) Michael Madison (IN) T2 (ID) TexAgRepublican Kyle Fitzgerald (TX) T2 (WY) Jack Swanner (CA) T1 (WY) Audrey Van Horn (CA) T1 (WY) anatoly Edward Morrow (IL) Batman Major Grant (RI) T1 (IA), (House) T1 (AR) (House) Bobby Newport (CA) T1 (AZ) (house), T1 (GA) (House) Mario Rubicon (AZ) Calvin Ward Calvin Ward (NY) Chris Lewis Berryhill (NY) Dogslife Samuel Crafts (CO) T1 (WY) Jellybeans Amanda Willenhouse (CA) Nick Carol Armstrong (CT) Osiris Storm Aaron Fox (MI) Rusty Russ Paul Kessler (PA) T1 (DC), T1 (WY) Troubadour Lincoln Reynolds (VT)
  4. Player Finances Player Character Income Expenditures Cash On Hand Baccei Elizabeth Houston (ME) $2,280,000 $5,900,000 Cardinalfan9 Jack Doyle (WV) $3,000,000 John Dunn Steven Andrews (FL) $4,000,000 Jun Eugene Go (TX) $3,000,000 LMR Lucille Ricardo (FL) $9,960,000 Max John-Henry Emerson III (PA) $3,000,000 MEOL03 Charles Olsson (AZ) $2,000,000 Nubbie Rick Sharp (FL) $22,720,000 George Smith (TX) $19,850,000 Ollie Jacob Olliver (OH) $14,520,000 Paul Vang Paul Vang (WI) $23,040,000 Rangerboy Richard Crawford (CO) $3,000,000 Recks Graham Chambers (AR) $17,280,000 Ryan Barclay Calhoun (NC) $4,000,000 Sovereign Nicholas Rhodes (SC) $3,000,000 Sheridan Jace Kadar (OK) $22,130,000 Charles Talleyrand (LA) $7,650,000 SWMissourian Johnathon Grant (IL) $9,420,000 $24,460,000 Michael Madison (IN) $8,400,000 $2,700,000 $31,550,000 TexAgRepublican Kyle Fitzgerald (TX) $3,940,000 $1,000,000 $54,790,000 Jack Swanner (CA) $7,316,000 $25,584,000 Audrey Van Horn (CA) $10,861,500 $19,061,500 anatoly Edward Morrow (IL) $26,305,000 Batman Major Grant (RI) $3,000,000 $4,500,000 $10,080,000 Bobby Newport (CA) $3,858,750 $16,400,000 $13,418,775 Mario Rubicon (AZ) $44,000,000 Calvin Ward Calvin Ward (NY) $27,750,000 Chris Lewis Berryhill (NY) $10,000,000 $219,792,500 Dogslife Samuel Crafts (CO) $22,230,000 Jellybeans Amanda Willenhouse (CA) $18,889,975 Nick Carol Armstrong (CT) $2,000,000 Osiris Storm Aaron Fox (MI) $2,000,000 Rusty Russ Paul Kessler (PA) $11,875,000 Troubadour Lincoln Reynolds (VT) $2,000,000
  5. Bobby Newport $3,858,750 Bobby Newport $3,858,750 Douglas Grant $3,000,000 Douglas Grant $3,000,000 Michael Madison $8,400,000 Michael Madison $8,400,000 Kyle Fitzgerald $3,940,000 Kyle Fitzgerald $3,940,000 Jack Swanner $4,716,000 Jack Swanner $2,600,000 $7,316,000 Jonathan Grant $6,720,000 Jonathan Grant $2,700,000 $9,420,000 Audrey Van Horn $5,850,000 Audrey Van Horn $5,011,500 $10,861,500 Elizabeth Houston $1,440,000 Elizabeth Houston $840,000 $2,280,000
  6. Since I did miss seeing the White House invitation, the information I had organized has now been presented to them. Grant, Fitz, and Vang will not lose the -5. The article has changed from them being on strike to them publicly displaying their concerns and demands. Several Democrats immediately contacted the union seconds after the initial news dropped and offered a solution. So the progression of the story is: 1st. Grumblings and strike imminent 2nd. Meeting with several Democrat Senators 3rd. Meeting with the President 4th. Solution? If not, Strike We will complete the 3rd part.
  7. American Postal Workers Union Strike Imminent Reasons for Union frustration The service's revenue has declined by $5.1 billion in the past decade. USPS posted a net loss of $540 million in the first quarter of 2018 and it hasn’t been much better since. Due to the lack of revenue and what unions believe is a “clear negligence with strategic planning” of the United States Postal Service, they fear not having a sustainable paycheck due to a lack of revenue the Postal Service brings in. Unfortunately, the top leadership of the USPS has aided and abetted the privatization efforts. Examples abound: USPS management has proposed wholesale subcontracting of Motor Vehicle Services; Postal managers continually seek to outsource Maintenance Crafts duties and Support Services functions. The USPS closed 140 mail processing centers in 2012. Although there is a moratorium on consolidations, they end very soon, in April 2017. Postal management lowered service standards in 2012 and 2015 – virtually eliminating overnight delivery of first-class mail and periodicals and slowing down mail delivery on all classes of mail throughout the country. APWU activists and allies put an end to the deal between the Postal Service and Staples, but post offices are still constantly threatened by Approved Shipper Programs, which outsource postal work into private retailers. The service is frustrated with being “taken advantage of” by the Amazon Corporation and other private retailers. The USPS announced plans to close or consolidate 82 mail processing facilities in 2015 and 2016 – in addition to 140 mail processing plants that were closed or consolidated in 2012. The closure of mail processing facilities is tied to a second reduction in service standards. 57 more mail processing facilities are expected to close in 2022 and 2023. The Post Office wants to raise the fees it charges Amazon and other shippers The U.S. Postal Service has proposed a 9 to 12 percent increase to the shipping service used by Amazon.com. The parcel select service, which is also used by United Parcel Service and FedEx, is the last and typically the most expensive step in the shipping process that gets the packages to customers' doorsteps. The USPS proposed a 9.3 percent increase on this service for packages weighing over one pound and a 12.3 percent increase to lighter packages. USPS wants to keep the 57 mail processing facilities expecting to close in 2022 and 2023. Fewer facilities may be more cost effective for tax-payers, but fewer jobs for Postal Service Workers. Shorter hours of operation.
  8. Player Finances Player Character Income Expenditures Cash On Hand Baccei Elizabeth Houston (ME) $3,620,000 Cardinalfan9 Jack Doyle (WV) $3,000,000 John Dunn Steven Andrews (FL) $4,000,000 Jun Eugene Go (TX) $3,000,000 LMR Lucille Ricardo (FL) $9,960,000 Max John-Henry Emerson III (PA) $3,000,000 MEOL03 Charles Olsson (AZ) $2,000,000 Nubbie Rick Sharp (FL) $22,720,000 George Smith (TX) $19,850,000 Ollie Jacob Olliver (OH) $14,520,000 Paul Vang Paul Vang (WI) $23,040,000 Rangerboy Richard Crawford (CO) $3,000,000 Recks Graham Chambers (AR) $17,280,000 Ryan Barclay Calhoun (NC) $4,000,000 Sovereign Nicholas Rhodes (SC) $3,000,000 Sheridan Jace Kadar (OK) $22,130,000 Charles Talleyrand (LA) $7,650,000 SWMissourian Johnathon Grant (IL) $15,040,000 Michael Madison (IN) $25,850,000 TexAgRepublican Kyle Fitzgerald (TX) $51,850,000 Jack Swanner (CA) $18,268,000 Audrey Van Horn (CA) $8,200,000 anatoly Edward Morrow (IL) $26,305,000 Batman Major Grant (RI) $11,580,000 Bobby Newport (CA) $25,960,025 Mario Rubicon (AZ) $40,000,000 $44,000,000 Calvin Ward Calvin Ward (NY) $27,750,000 Chris Lewis Berryhill (NY) $150,000,000 $1,000,000 $209,792,500 Dogslife Samuel Crafts (CO) $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $22,230,000 Jellybeans Amanda Willenhouse (CA) $18,889,975 Nick Carol Armstrong (CT) $2,000,000 Osiris Storm Aaron Fox (MI) $2,000,000 Rusty Russ Paul Kessler (PA) $1,000,000 $11,875,000 Troubadour Lincoln Reynolds (VT) $2,000,000
  9. Doomhammer

    Endorsers

    You received $150,000,000 from George Soros You had 40 PI and spent 25. You now have 15 PI points left.
  10. Doomhammer

    Endorsers

    You now have $40,000,000 in your warchest from Mark Cuban You can use LeBron James during any of your campaigning turns to get his boost. Mario Rubicon had 15 PI points and you used 15 PI points so now Rubicon is a 0 PI
  11. Affinity Ratings Player Character Name Type Nationalist Evangelical Business Moderate Conserv. Moderate Liberal SJW Progressive Environmentalist Baccei Elizabeth Houston (ME) Senator 16 16 12 11 11 6 6 7 Cardinalfan9 Jack Doyle (WV) Senator 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 John Dunn Steven Andrews (FL) Senator 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Jun Eugene Go (TX) Senator 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 LMR Lucille Ricardo (FL) Senator 21 16 26 11 11 9 6 6 Max John-Henry Emerson III (PA) Senate 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 MEOL03 Charles Olsson (AZ) Senate 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Nubbie Rick Sharp (FL) VP 17 16 17 11 11 4 4 5 George Smith (TX) NPC Rep 29 22 22 15 13 0 0 0 Ollie Jacob Olliver (OH) Senator 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Paul Vang Paul Vang (WI) President 32 34 25 24 20 2 0 2 Rangerboy Richard Crawford (CO) Senator 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Recks Graham Chambers (AR) Senator 18 16 26 12 10 8 4 4 Ryan Barclay Calhoun (NC) Senator 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Sovereign Nicholas Rhodes (SC) Senator 15 15 10 10 10 5 5 5 Sheridan Jace Kadar (OK) Cabinet 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Charles Talleyrand (LA) Senator 17 15 16 10 10 6 6 6 SWMissourian Johnathon Grant (IL) Cabinet 15 15 15 10 10 5 5 5 Michael Madison (IN) Senator 17 16 16 11 10 5 4 5 TexAgRepublican Kyle Fitzgerald (TX) Senator 33 20 18 15 14 4 5 6 Jack Swanner (CA) Cabinet 17 17 20 13 13 7 7 7 Audrey Van Horn (CA) HmL 26 16 16 11 11 2 6 6 anatoly Edward Morrow (IL) Senator 12 12 12 15 17 14 15 15 Batman Major Grant (RI) Senator 4 7 7 16 18 42 24 24 Bobby Newport (CA) Senator 6 6 6 11 11 16 21 18 Mario Rubicon (AZ) Senator 5 5 7 10 10 15 15 15 Calvin Ward Calvin Ward (NY) Senator 0 1 1 15 18 25 29 16 Chris Lewis Berryhill (NY) Senator 5 5 5 11 12 16 16 16 Dogslife Samuel Crafts (CO) Senator 5 5 5 10 11 29 16 16 Jellybeans Amanda Willenhouse (CA) Senator 5 5 5 10 10 20 20 15 Nick Paul Kessler (PA) Senator 5 5 5 12 12 22 19 18 Osiris Storm Aaron Fox (MI) Senator 5 5 5 10 10 15 15 15 Russ Paul Kessler (PA) Senator 2 2 2 10 12 18 20 18 Troubadour Lincoln Reynolds (VT) Senate 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
  12. Welcome To College Graduation Season! Requests have been sent out and you can earn +2 Charisma and +2 Name Recognition by addressing students of the class of 2022 at various universities. You may only select 1 University to give a graduation speech to. Below are the Universities you may sign up to speak to: Clemson Stanford Michigan State University Michigan University Ohio State University Oklahoma State University University of South Carolina Princeton Harvard Yale University of Chicago Northwestern Cornell Rice Berkeley Liberty University (Christian school) Faulkner University (Christian School) Step 1: Post in the thread below your character name and which school he/she is going to speak for. (Once a University is claimed, no one else may speak; if you volunteer to speak and do not post a speech, you will receive negative publicity) Step 2: Post your graduation speech by Wednesday 27 11:59 PM eastern time. Step 3: Get graded. The more radical you are, the better chance of boosting your base while frustrating your opposition base. The more composed and general you are, the better chance of gaining a boost with moderates. Then get your +2 Name Rec and Charisma Please have your official speeches by the end of Wednesday, 2/27, 11:59 PM
  13. Nationalist Evangelical Business Moderate Conserv. Moderate Liberal SJW Progressive Environmentalist 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  14. Nationalist Evangelical Business Moderate Conserv. Moderate Liberal SJW Progressive Environmentalist 1 1 3 2 2 1 1 1
  15. Nationalist Evangelical Business Moderate Conserv. Moderate Liberal SJW Progressive Environmentalist 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
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