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    American National Security Act

    Thomas W. Wickham, Jr., Parliamentarian Mr. Speaker, the motion to appeal the ruling of the Chair is in order. As it has received the required second, it is in order and debatable. It requires a majority vote to pass.
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    American National Security Act

    Thomas W. Wickham, Jr., Parliamentarian Mr. Speaker, I hereby advise you of the following: the matter at hand is the question of if Section 2 of this bill is in order. As we all know, the role of the Parliamentarian is to advise the Chair. I therefore advise you, Mr. Speaker, that section 2 of the motion is improper because it presents the exact same question which this House has already defeated. As such, I advise that it is out of order, however it is up to the Chair to make the final decision.
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    American National Security Act

    Thomas W. Wickham, Jr., Parliamentarian The point of order is recognized. This bill will not be brought up onto the floor until it is reviewed by the Parliamentarian and his staff.
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    In-Session Campaigning 2018

    Schedule July 19 - In-Session July 26 - In-Session August 2 - In-Session, Senate Filing Opens August 9 - In-Session August 16 - In-Session August 18 - Senate Filing Closes August 23 - In-Session, Senate Primaries 6 hours per character.
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    Round 5 Announcements

    Election schedules can be found here:
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    Recommendations and Ideas for the Sim

    The fact that sheer numbers of players can outmaneuver good strategy. Quality vs quantity. We've been 80% quantity for the last few rounds.
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    Recommendations and Ideas for the Sim

    @Doomhammer, I'm going to respond to those points that I can. 1. a. Scandals effect your election performance. A more "risky" scandal helps you more. c. That is literally just how the system works. 3. I wasn't going to do it because a - I didn't have a computer and b - your first one never got graded. (But if it had, it would have been incorporated in the sheets). 6. It was. And conventions did get boosts in the states. 8. It was suggested (by me) but never acted on because of the other admins being incognito. 9. PRs (if they were tied to a state) were put in the sheet. (But that required them to be graded). I'm thinking right now how to eliminate the barnstorm strategy that the GOP used all round. Hopefully, you'll see something about that soon.
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    Election Rules

    Election Rules! Senate Election In the Senate election, one signs in a character to run in one of the listed elections based on the year. The character may be the player's primary character or, depending on certain conditions, a multi. Each character has 4 hours to use campaigning for themselves, other Senate candidates, or for their party's House campaign. If you do not denote that an event is for the House campaign, I will assume that it is for the Senate campaign. If you are an independent, please denote the party you are campaigning for. What follows is an example schedule for Senate candidate Bob Jones, the Independent nominee for California. House Election In the House election, one participates if they have a House character who is not running for a higher office. Each character has 4 hours to use for campaigning for their party in the House or for a Senate candidate. Again, if an event is for the House, please denote it as such. If you are an independent, please denote the party you are campaigning for. Non-Congressional Characters If one has a non-congressional character like President or a member of his cabinet, they may campaign as well, remembering to denote if an event is for the House, and if they are not a member of a party, to denote the party they are campaigning for. Each character also has 4 hours. Party Hours Each party will be allotted 48 hours to be spread amongst party members chosen by the chairman or their designee. If it's not in the game guide or it's not here, ask me.
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    Election Day 2020

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    Winter 2020

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    Fall 2020

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    Summer 2020

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    Spring 2020

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    Winter 2019

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    Fall 2019

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