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- ​Character Name: Your Characters Name 
  
-Current Job/​Political Position: ​ 
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- Party Affiliation:​ (Freedom Party, Eagle Party, Independent,​ Etc) 
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- ​Background Questions: 
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-   - Age: (There are Age Requirements for Political Offices!) 
-   - Gender: 
-   - Ethnic Origin: 
-   - Religious Affiliation:​ 
-   - Job History: ​ 
-   - (Military Service): ​ 
-   - (Previous Political Offices): ​ 
-   - Greatest Accomplishments:​ (Pick at least three) 
-   - Greatest Failings: (Pick at Least Three) 
-   - Behavior and Demeanor: ​ 
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-Character Build: ​ This is how you describe your character'​s backstory and origin. ​ The Biography idea of past posts didn't really generate enough detail, so this is the preferred method. 
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-Childhood: Your Character'​s Childhood 
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-Higher Education: Nearly Every Political Figure graduates High School and many of them have advanced degrees. ​ Education is also a starting point for building networks for political office. 
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-Political Foundation: Despite the Stories, people do not just suddenly emerge as major political figures. ​ How did your character get ahead of the pack to stand on his own? 
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-Political Rise: How did your character become a major political figure? 
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-Most important government issue: What matters most to your character? 
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-Will compromise on: Most political figures tend to be weak on many issues they know or care little about. 
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-Political Questionaire:​ 
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-General 
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-Character Name: 
-Current Job/​Political Position: 
-Party Affiliation:​ 
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-Background Questions: 
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-  -  Age: 
-  -  Gender: 
-  -  Ethnic Origin: 
-  -  Religious Affiliation:​ 
-  -  Job History: 
-  -  Military Service: 
-  -  Previous Political Offices: 
-  -  Greatest Accomplishments:​ 
-  -  Greatest Failings: 
-  -  Behavior and Demeanor: 
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-Position Questions: Write what your candidate feels/Has DONE in regards to the following. Note that having no opinion on a topic is a potentially weak answer to a topic, and that it is possible to have a completely unacceptable answer to anyone. 
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-**Position on Policy, Foreign:** 
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-  - F. How far is your candidate willing to use negotiation against hostile nations before resorting to military action? 
-  - F. What is your candidate'​s position on foreign aid? 
-  - F. What is your candidate'​s position on Israel? (Note: In this game universe, Israel has become a far-left Radical Socialist democratic nation; not the same Israel worshiped by the Eagles not long ago) 
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-**Position on Policy, Economics:​** 
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-  - E. Does your candidate believe more in the free market or in protectionism?​ 
-  - E. How far does your candidate believe the federal government'​s regulation of businesses should go? 
-  - E. What is your candidate'​s position on labor laws and Dabford-Richards[1]?​ 
-  - E. Which method of balancing the budget does your candidate believe in most: Cutting spending on government programs, or raising taxes? 
-  - E. What is your candidate'​s position on intellectual property and copyright laws? 
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-**Position on Policy, Military:** 
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-  - M. What is your candidate'​s position on the size of the U.S. Navy today? 
-  - M. What is your candidate'​s position on the current size of the CIA since its massive expansion under President Kevin Yankee, a former CIA Director himself? 
-  - M. What is your candidate'​s position on the anti-drug cartel actions in Mexico? 
-  - M. What is your candidate'​s position on the pay of the men and women in the U.S. Military? 
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-**Position on Policy, Social Programs** 
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-  - SP. What is your candidate'​s position on Social Security? 
-  - SP. What is your candidate'​s position on health care/​medicare?​ (Note, there is no version of Obamacare in this universe): 
-  - SP. What is your candidate'​s position on welfare (temporary aid to needy families)? 
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-**Position on Policy, Crime and Justice** 
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-  - C. What's your candidate'​s position on the death penalty? 
-  - C. Does your candidate believe in the drug laws in the United States, and does your candidate believe more in punishment of offenders or rehabiliation of offenders? 
-  - C. What is your candidate'​s policy on tobacco, alcohol, and firearms? 
-  - C. What is your candidate'​s position on cruel and unusual punishment, and how far should torture and interrogation methods go? 
-  - C. Does your candidate believe more in policies of antiterrorism,​ or policies which protect civil liberties? 
-  - C. Does your candidate support President Patrick'​s 2013 immigration reform[2]? 
-**Position on Policy, Energy:** 
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-  - N. What's your candidate'​s position on nuclear and solar power/​renewable resources? Which one is more important and should be used more to power America? 
-  - N. What's your candidate'​s position on the way American oil companies obtains its oil? Should the US be looking to alternatives to Saudi Arabia to get its oil? 
-  - N. What is your candidate'​s position on the safe disposal of nuclear waste? 
-  - N. What is your candidate'​s position on fracking and and the pollution left by Tar Shales? 
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-**Position on Policy, Science, Education, Technology** 
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-  - SET. What's your candidate'​s position on federal testing in public schools? 
-  - SET. What's your candidate'​s position on federal investment in Research & Development (R&D)? 
-  - SET. What is your candidate'​s position on NASA? 
-  - SET. Does your candidate believe in prayer in public schools? 
-  - SET. What is your candidate'​s position on the federal funding of education? 
-  - SET. What is your candidate'​s position on genetic engineering?​ 
-  - SET. Does your candidate believe in internet neutrality? 
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-Position on Policy, Social Issues 
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-  - SI. Does your candidate support gay rights? 
-  - SI. Is your candidate pro-life or pro-choice? 
-  - SI. What is your candidate'​s position on illegal immigration and the legal immigration process in place in America today? 
-  - SI. What is your candidate'​s position on gambling and lotteries? 
-  - SI. What is your candidate'​s position on public obscenity and prostitution?​ 
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-[1] Dabford-Richards was a major piece of legislation which changed labor laws in the United States in 2013; it was signed as an agreement and consensus between President Patrick and then-Senate Majority Leader Alexander Pasha, who was then forced out of office by the Senate Eagles after the legislation was passed. The Eagle Party has since taken a strong stance in favor of repealing Dabford-Richards. 
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-[2] President Patrick'​s 2013 immigration reform bill lowered green card requirements and aimed to raise the number of legal immigrants from Latin America; the Eagle Party in general is opposed to this bill. 
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