Candidates[edit | edit source]

(candidates to presidency and vice-presidency, political party and slogan)

Timeline[edit | edit source]

  • November 2056 - President Thomas Steele and Vice-President James Booth are overwhelmingly re-elected.
  • January - Election results are found to be rigged. The election is declared null and void and Congress schedules a new election for Tuesday, August 7, 2057.

The Electoral Campaign[edit | edit source]

  • February 1: Kenneth Brackhaven, a businessman with ties to human-supremacist group, formally announces his candidacy at a rally in Seattle.
  • February 28: Booth and Yeats face off in a "town-meeting" debate in New Hampshire. Booth loses.
  • March 15: Dunkelzahn announces his intention to run for President on a historic broadcast of "Wyrm Talk!"
  • July 10: General Franklin Yeats is assassinated in a Seattle hotel room by a FBI agent possessed by a wasp spirit.
  • July 18: Yeats' running mate, Anne Penchyk, declares that she will honor Yeats' memory by fighting on as a presidential candidate.

The Election[edit | edit source]

Aftermath[edit | edit source]

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