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Character Name: Your Characters Name

Current Job/Political Position:

Party Affiliation: (Freedom Party, Eagle Party, Independent, Etc)

Background Questions:

  1. Age: (There are Age Requirements for Political Offices!)
  2. Gender:
  3. Ethnic Origin:
  4. Religious Affiliation:
  5. Job History:
  6. (Military Service):
  7. (Previous Political Offices):
  8. Greatest Accomplishments: (Pick at least three)
  9. Greatest Failings: (Pick at Least Three)
  10. Behavior and Demeanor:

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.

Childhood: Your Character's Childhood

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.

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?

Political Rise: How did your character become a major political figure?

Most important government issue: What matters most to your character?

Will compromise on: Most political figures tend to be weak on many issues they know or care little about.

Political Questionaire:

General

Character Name: Current Job/Political Position: Party Affiliation:

Background Questions:

  1. 1. Age:
  2. 2. Gender:
  3. 3. Ethnic Origin:
  4. 4. Religious Affiliation:
  5. 5. Job History:
  6. a. Military Service:
  7. b. Previous Political Offices:
  8. 6. Greatest Accomplishments:
  9. 7. Greatest Failings:
  10. 8. Behavior and Demeanor:

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.

Position on Policy, Foreign:

  1. F1. How far is your candidate willing to use negotiation against hostile nations before resorting to military action?
  2. F2. What is your candidate's position on foreign aid?
  3. F3. 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)

Position on Policy, Economics:

  1. E1. Does your candidate believe more in the free market or in protectionism?
  2. E2. How far does your candidate believe the federal government's regulation of businesses should go?
  3. E3. What is your candidate's position on labor laws and Dabford-Richards[1]?
  4. E4. Which method of balancing the budget does your candidate believe in most: Cutting spending on government programs, or raising taxes?
  5. E5. What is your candidate's position on intellectual property and copyright laws?

Position on Policy, Military:

  1. M1. What is your candidate's position on the size of the U.S. Navy today?
  2. M2. 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?
  3. M3. What is your candidate's position on the anti-drug cartel actions in Mexico?
  4. M4. What is your candidate's position on the pay of the men and women in the U.S. Military?

Position on Policy, Social Programs

  1. SP1. What is your candidate's position on Social Security?
  2. SP2. What is your candidate's position on health care/medicare? (Note, there is no version of Obamacare in this universe):
  3. SP3. What is your candidate's position on welfare (temporary aid to needy families)?

Position on Policy, Crime and Justice

  1. C1. What's your candidate's position on the death penalty?
  2. C2. 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?
  3. C3. What is your candidate's policy on tobacco, alcohol, and firearms?
  4. C4. What is your candidate's position on cruel and unusual punishment, and how far should torture and interrogation methods go?
  5. C5. Does your candidate believe more in policies of antiterrorism, or policies which protect civil liberties?
  6. C6. Does your candidate support President Patrick's 2013 immigration reform[2]?

Position on Policy, Energy:

  1. N1. 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?
  2. N2. 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?
  3. N3. What is your candidate's position on the safe disposal of nuclear waste?
  4. N4. What is your candidate's position on fracking and and the pollution left by Tar Shales?

Position on Policy, Science, Education, Technology

  1. S1. What's your candidate's position on federal testing in public schools?
  2. S2. What's your candidate's position on federal investment in Research & Development (R&D)?
  3. S3. What is your candidate's position on NASA?
  4. S4. Does your candidate believe in prayer in public schools?
  5. S5. What is your candidate's position on the federal funding of education?
  6. S6. What is your candidate's position on genetic engineering?
  7. S7. Does your candidate believe in internet neutrality?

Position on Policy, Social Issues

  1. S1. Does your candidate support gay rights?
  2. S2. Is your candidate pro-life or pro-choice?
  3. S3. What is your candidate's position on illegal immigration and the legal immigration process in place in America today?
  4. S4. What is your candidate's position on gambling and lotteries?
  5. S5. What is your candidate's position on public obscenity and prostitution?

[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.

[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. Reply With Quote

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