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*[[Charles Seaver]], (Republican) 15.1% - The UCAS Senator from Seattle has the closest thing to a nod from the Megacorps in this election. He’s been a loyal foot soldier for their ambitions in the UCAS congress for years and his campaign demonstrates an energy his senatorial campaigns have never shown. The Draco Foundation, however, has strongly opposed his campaign, without clearly stating the reasons for their opposition.
*[[Katherine Choi]], (Archconservative) 13.4% - The director of the Seattle FBI office has ran a law-and-order campaign that appeals to Seattleites weary over the scandals that plagued the Brackhaven administration. Choi’s elven heritage has gotten her support from the metahuman population of Seattle, but that seems to be offset by certain elements of the Human vote. The megacorps aren’t sure what to think of her - her party’s ideals are good for them, but too much law and order makes them a little nervous.
Dzughashvili]], (Independent) 11.6% - On her third run at the governor’s office Josephine feels that bad luck and Brackhaven have kept her from the governorship in the past and now with one of those gone she feels like she has a fresh shot. She’s still running on the same “Seattle for Seattleites” platform that’s turned the Megacorps off in the past so she may not have the clout or the contacts to pull it off this time either.
*[[Alonso Solis]], (New Century Party) 10.3% - He has corp credentials from his years in the upper ranks of Microdeck’s engineering department but his New Century Party platform immediately makes him suspect in the eyes of the Megacorps. Adding the fact that he is an adept working in a technological field makes Alonso the cause of a lot of head scratching.
*[[Sonya Scholl]], (Independent) 9.5% - The three-term mayor of Redmond has been in Seattle politics for over ten years now so she has some name recognition. Because of the rapid campaign pace, with no time for the typical megacorporate maneuvering, Scholl has been able to gather a considerable chunk of the polls. People recognize her name and that fame is getting her some poll votes but most political pundits don’t think she has a chance in hell.