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    Filing for US Senate Elections

    Name: Harry Weiss Party: Republican State: Tennessee
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    Harry Weiss (Republican)

    Character Name: Harry Weiss Home State: Tennessee Previous Job: Business (Entrepreneur, Banker, Wall Street Executive, Farmer, Miner, etc) Date of Birth: 07/21/1965 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Upper Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 3 Harrison Sylvester Weiss, Jr. is the current U.S. representative for Tennessee's 1st congressional district. Previously a small business owner, he first won his seat in the 2010 midterms amid a nationwide surge for the GOP, in part due to the efforts of the Tea Party movement. Despite this, however, he has presented himself as a moderate, earning the ire of his more ideological and partisan peers but also the respect of his constituents. He is widely expected to be one of the major Republican contenders for outgoing-Senator Bob Corker's seat in the Senate. View full character
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    Harry Weiss

    Harrison Sylvester Weiss, Jr. is the current U.S. representative for Tennessee's 1st congressional district. Previously a small business owner, he first won his seat in the 2010 midterms amid a nationwide surge for the GOP, in part due to the efforts of the Tea Party movement. Despite this, however, he has presented himself as a moderate, earning the ire of his more ideological and partisan peers but also the respect of his constituents. He is widely expected to be one of the major Republican contenders for outgoing-Senator Bob Corker's seat in the Senate.
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    Who will Trump fire next?

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/15/hr-mcmaster-trump-has-decided-to-remove-national-security-advisor-report.html NOT EVEN 24 HOURS LATER! PAY UP, BOIS!
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    Who will Trump fire next?

    30z on McMaster
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    Shane Leverson

    LTG Shane Aaron Leverson was born in New York City to attorney Joseph Leverson and Israeli immigrant Susanna Friedman and grew up in Albany. Leverson attended West Point on a full ride scholarship, and graduating at the top of his class. He first saw action in Grenada during Operation Urgent Fury as a junior officer. Almost a decade later, he was deployed to Iraq to assist with the U.S. invasion during the Persian Gulf War, but returned to his regular posting in South America shortly after where he served the rest of his career. In 2013, he was appointed as commander of U.S. Southern Command and retired two years later as a three-star Lieutenant General. As a result of his long-time service in Latin America, Leverson has become a fluent Spanish speaker. Leverson first gained political notoriety for having made comments against the Obama Administration regarding the Iran nuclear deal--calling it a 'dangerous path' and 'misguided policy'--which were later picked up by a conservative news source. Due to the negative media exposure being directed toward the administration, he later partially backtracked on those comment. Leverson retired later that year for unrelated reasons, He became a widely-named option for the Senate race in Florida prior to Marco Rubio's withdrawal from the presidential race, and again for the 2018 election, though Leverson has consistently expressed his lack of desire to pursue a political office. Despite this, he's been named as a possible choice for the newest member of Kyle Fitzgerald's Cabinet.
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    Shane Leverson (Republican)

    Character Name: Shane Leverson Home State: Florida Previous Job: Military (Three-star or lower rank) Date of Birth: 09/07/1955 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Jewish Wealth: Upper Middle Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 2 LTG Shane Aaron Leverson was born in New York City to attorney Joseph Leverson and Israeli immigrant Susanna Friedman and grew up in Albany. Leverson attended West Point on a full ride scholarship, and graduating at the top of his class. He first saw action in Grenada during Operation Urgent Fury as a junior officer. Almost a decade later, he was deployed to Iraq to assist with the U.S. invasion during the Persian Gulf War, but returned to his regular posting in South America shortly after where he served the rest of his career. In 2013, he was appointed as commander of U.S. Southern Command and retired two years later as a three-star Lieutenant General. As a result of his long-time service in Latin America, Leverson has become a fluent Spanish speaker. Leverson first gained political notoriety for having made comments against the Obama Administration regarding the Iran nuclear deal--calling it a 'dangerous path' and 'misguided policy'--which were later picked up by a conservative news source. Due to the negative media exposure being directed toward the administration, he later partially backtracked on those comment. Leverson retired later that year for unrelated reasons, He became a widely-named option for the Senate race in Florida prior to Marco Rubio's withdrawal from the presidential race, and again for the 2018 election, though Leverson has consistently expressed his lack of desire to pursue a political office. Despite this, he's been named as a possible choice for the newest member of Kyle Fitzgerald's Cabinet. View full character
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    Avery Adams (Democrat)

    Signing out
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    Avery Adams (Democrat)

    Eh, not really. Being "named" as a possible running mate could mean that a pundit just put your name out there. As for previous congressional experience, most people aren't going to be able to name any congressperson that isn't Paul Ryan or Nancy Pelosi. It's not a gig where you're going to get high name recognition.
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    Avery Adams (Democrat)

    Character Name: Avery Adams Home State: Virginia Previous Job: Military (Three-star or lower rank) Date of Birth: 05/02/1955 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Middle Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 3 Avery Earl Adams (born May 2, 1955) is the current congressman representing Virginia's 10th congressional district. He previously served as an officer in the U.S. Navy, enrolling in the U.S. Naval Academy shortly after the conclusion of the Vietnam War. He graduated with a degree in physics, and worked as a naval reactor engineer and later as a navy nuclear power school instructor for over 20 years, retiring in 1997 with an honorable discharge at the rank of Commander. In 1999, Adams ran for Congress as a Democrat and challenged Republican incumbent Frank Wolf, defeating him in the general election. During his long tenure, Adams has served as a member of the Energy, Armed Services, and International Relations Committees, as well as the Select Committee on Intelligence, and as the long-time Democratic Chairman/Ranking Member of the Science Committee. Over the course of his career, he has forged an identity as a moderate and bipartisan bridge-builder. Adams was previously a candidate for Virginia governor in 2013, but lost the Democratic primary to former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe. View full character
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    Avery Adams

    Avery Earl Adams (born May 2, 1955) is the current congressman representing Virginia's 10th congressional district. He previously served as an officer in the U.S. Navy, enrolling in the U.S. Naval Academy shortly after the conclusion of the Vietnam War. He graduated with a degree in physics, and worked as a naval reactor engineer and later as a navy nuclear power school instructor for over 20 years, retiring in 1997 with an honorable discharge at the rank of Commander. In 1999, Adams ran for Congress as a Democrat and challenged Republican incumbent Frank Wolf, defeating him in the general election. During his long tenure, Adams has served as a member of the Energy, Armed Services, and International Relations Committees, as well as the Select Committee on Intelligence, and as the long-time Democratic Chairman/Ranking Member of the Science Committee. Over the course of his career, he has forged an identity as a moderate and bipartisan bridge-builder. Adams was previously a candidate for Virginia governor in 2013, but lost the Democratic primary to former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe. He was also named as a possible running mate for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016, but was ultimately passed over in favor of Virginia Senator Tim Kaine.
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    Timeline question

    I didn't really think it was all that important, but I'll go with January 12, yeah.
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    Radio Debate Guests

    I'll go up against the Dem contender.
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