I do find it rather interesting that we managed to make the two sides of the Second American Civil War being led by people who were born with different names and got new ones later in lifeThe first time you show one of my character winning an election is with Buckley
As Pauline Marois entered her second year as Quebec's premier, her government began to become quite unpopular with the Liberals under newly minted leader Philippe Couillard having a commanding lead in the opinion polls. Despite this she still was going strong and was able to keep her job after several prominent PQ MNAs trying to depose her as leader to which she was dubbed as "Dame de béton." Ultimately, with the PQ likely to face certain defeat and growing discontent in her own government, Marois made her decision "independently" and resigned the premiership and her seat of Charlevoix–Côte-de-Beaupré.
Numerous PQ cabinet ministers were rumoured to be launching their bids including François Gendron and Léo-Bureau-Blouin. Though someone that entered the race soon began the unstoppable rise of the Parti Québécois to glory days of the 90s. This man would come out of nowhere from the US and with knowing little French, led the PQ to an 81 seat victory and bringing on a tide of Quebec nationalism not seen since the '95 referendum. This man would be known as the “Sauveur de la souveraineté.”
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Clark Joseph Kent (born June 18, 1916; disappeared February 19, 1965) was an American journalist employed by the New York Inquirer. Kent had a reputation of being the Inquirer's best reporter of the "Super beat", with detailed articles about any "monster of the week" that would attack New York, or other nearby cities. His 1963 interview of Superman, who had been in hiding since the Colonization Fleet incident, earned him a McDuck Award for Excellence in Journalism
On February 19, 1965, Kent left New York City to cover a special congressional election in Ilium. However, he went missing; his car was last seen driving through the New York City suburb of Riverdale. Many supervillains have claimed to have been responsible for Kent's disappearance, but none presented any evidence.
Late in her life, his widow Lois Lane claimed that Kent was the secret identity of Superman, and that he faked his death. This claim is believed to have been a delusion brought on by dementia.
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