King's Cabinet/Line of SuccessionEdit
Liam's Cabinet and Line of Succession has members in it, but the deputies are not allowed to be in a party.
Queen: Jennifer Johnson Jr (R)
Vice President: Jack White (I)
Chief of Staff to the Cabinet: Sam Louder (D)
Speaker of House: Ben Gunner (D-BC)
Senate Majority Leader: Kelly Teller (R-Manitoba)
President pro tempore of Senate: William Turner (D-Manitoba)
Chief Justice of SCoUS: Jan Funner (I)
Sec. of State: Chris Parks (R)
- Deupty: John Hopper
Sec. of Treasury: Zach Nightrider (R)
- Deupty: Phillip King
Sec. of Defense: Gen Adam Moon-Park (D)
- Deupty: Danny Hunter
Attoney General: Henry Bailer (R)
- Deupty: Matt Louder
Sec. of Interior: Ian Slow (D)
- Deupty: Sam Keeper
Sec. of Agriculture: George Johnson (I)
- Deupty: Franics Gunner
Sec. of Commerce: Ben Johnson (R)
- Deupty: Sam Keeper
Sec. of Labour: Jerry Johnson (D)
- Deupty: Henry West
Sec. of Human and Heatlh Services: Ned Johnson (D)
- Deupty: Jimmy Burner
Sec. of HUD: Tim Pepper (R)
- Deupty: George Freeman
Sec. of Transportion: Lee Green (I)
- Deupty: Bob Faster
Sec. of Energy: Steve Hobbs (D)
- Deupty: Charile Brown
Sec. of Veterans Affiar: Lillian Johnson (R)
- Deupty: Pat Runner
Sec. of Homeland Security: Jillian Johnson (D)
- Deupty: Joesph Kinder
List of Former Council MembersEdit
7 resigned from office, 2 died in office, 1 removed from office.
|Name of Council Member (LifeSpan):||Party with:||Council Job:||Yrs in Office (How long served in office):||Notes:|
|Joe Faster (1998-)||Republican||Sec. of Transportion||December 8th, 2038- Sept. 20th, 2040 (Year and 9 months and 12 days)||Resigned from office|
|Nate Keeper (1990-)||Democratic||Sec. of Health and Human Services||December 8th, 2038-September 20th, 2040 (Year and 9 months and 12 days)||Resigned from office|
|Victor Freeman (1999-)||Democratic||Sec. of Energy||December 8th, 2038- October 14th, 2040 (Year and 10 months)||Resigned from office|
|Jack Hopper (2000-)||Republican||Vice President of US||December 8th, 2038- October 26th, 2040 (Year and 10 months)||Resigned from Office|
Robert Andrews (2000-40)
|Republican||Vice President of US||October 26th, 2040-December 5th, 2040 (Month and 9 days)||Died in Office (Assassinated)|
|Tom Freedom (1998-)||Democratic||Sec. of Homeland and Security||Decemeber 8th, 2038-September 17th, 2041 (2 yrs and 9 months and 9 days)||Resigned from Office|
|Glenn Speed (1990-)||Democratic||Sec. of Enegry||Decmeber 8th, 2038-September 26th, 2041 (2 yrs and 9 months and 18 days)||Resigned from Office|
|Manny Funny (2000-)||Republican||Sec. of Veterans Affairs||Decmember 8th, 2038-October 8th, 2041 (2 yrs and 10 months)||Removed from Office|
|ADM Hank Jumper (1990-)||Independent||Sec. of Defense||Decmember 8th, 2038-October 9th, 2041 (2 yrs and 10 months and 1 day)||Resigned from Office|
|Liam Johnson (2002-42)||Republican||KOTUS||December 8th, 2038-April 19th, 2042 (3 yrs and 4 months and 11 days)||Died in Office (Natural Causes)|
List of VPEdit
There has been only 3 VP so far.
1. Jack Hopper was the First VP (2038-40)
2. Robert Andrews was the Second VP (2040)
3. Jack White is the Current and 3rd VP. (2040-)
List of Political PartiesEdit
- Republican Party
- Current Opposition Government
- Democratic Party
- Current Majoirty Government
Current Leadership of CongressEdit
There is 11 leaders in both chambers of the US Congress.
- President of the Senate: Jack White
- Speaker of the House: Rep. Ben Gunner
- Senate Majority Leader: Sen. Kelly Teller
- Senate Minority Leader: Sen. John Andrews
- House Majority Leader: Rep. Ben Slow
- House Minority Leader: Rep. Walter Boone
- President pro tempore of Senate: Sen. William Turner
- Democratic Senate Caucus Chair: Sen. John Banks
- Republican Senate Conference Chair: Sen. Levi Happer
- House Republican Conference Chair: Rep. Jan Waters
- House Democratic Causes Chair: Rep. Fred White
List of Cabinet Congress VotesEdit
This is where for acting or new members get the House and Senate votes to be official members of cabinet.
- Jillian Johnson: 3-2 (passed the Senate)/ 3-2 (passed the House).
- Steve Hobbs: 3-2 (passed the Senate)/ 3-2 (passed the House).
- Lillian Johnson: 3-2 ( passed the Senate)/ 3-2 (passed the House).
- General Adam Moon-Park: 3-2 (passed the Senate)/ 3-2 (passed the House).
List of Former Congress MembersEdit
This is where any member of Congress
|Name:||State:||Party:||Position:||# of Term (s):||Notes:||Seat:|
|Joesph Kinder||Manitoba||Democratic||Representive-Manitoba, House Democratic Causes Chair||1||Moved to the Cabinet||3|
|Pat Runner||BC||Democratic||Senator-BC, Democratic Senate Caucus Chair||1||Moved to the Cabinet||3|
|Charile Brown||Alberta||Republican||Representive-AB, House Republican Conference Chair||1||Moved to the cabinet||3|
|Danny Hunter||Alberta||Republican||Republican Senate Conference Chair, Senator-AB||1||Moved to the Cabinet||2|
State Senators, RepresentivesEdit
There ten members are bolded as they are Congresscial leadership. the ones in bold stay but others will go to the council. Here are the three States in the nation:
State of Alberta Edit
- Rep. Ben Slow (R) (House Majority Leader)
- Sen. Levi Happer (R) (Republican Senate Conference Chair)
- Rep. Jan Waters (R) (House Republican Conference Chair)
This State is Republican controlled, they have 1 congressical leaders. There are 3 seats.
State of BC Edit
1 Republican and 2 Democratic and 1 Independent.
- Sen. John Andrews (R) (Senate Minorty Leader)
- Rep. Ben Gunner (D) (Speaker of the House)
- Sen. John Banks (I) (Democratic Senate Caucus Chair)
- Rep. Walter Boone (D) (House Minority Leader)
This State is both, they have 4 congressical leaders. There are 4 seats.
State of ManitobaEdit
- Sen. Kelly Teller (D) (Senate Majority Leader)
- Sen. William Turner (D) (Presiedent pro tempore of Senate)
- Rep. Fred White (D) (House Democratic Causes Chair)
This State is Democratic controlled, they have 3 congressical leaders. There are 3 seats.
List of Elections:Edit
|Name:||State:||Party:||W or L (votes):||Notes:||Seat:||Other Candidate:||Other Candidate Party:|
|John Banks||BC||Independent||Won (3-0)||Mayor of Vancouver (x3)||3||Jack Danger||Republican|
|Fred White||Manitoba||Democratic||Won (2-0)||Mayor of Brandon (x2)||3||=========||=========|
|Levi Happer||Alberta||Republican||Won (1-0)||Captain is US Army, Mayor of Westlock (x3)||2||========||=========|
|Jan Waters||Alberta||Republican||Won (2-0)||Mayor of Barrhead (x5)||3||Benny Down||Independent|
List of CitiesEdit
The nation has 10 cities for now. National Capital will be all three B/I/U.
- Barrhead (National Captial/Metro/City): Over 100,000
- Westlock (State of AB, Captial/City/Metro): Over 100,000
- Jasper (City/Metro): Over 50,000
- Edmonton (City/Metro):Over 50,000
- Calgary (City/Metro): Over 50,000
- Vancouver (State of BC, Capital/City/Metro): Over 50,000
- Victoria (City/Metro): Over 50,000
- Vernon (City/Metro) :Over 50,000
- Winnipeg (State Capital of MB/City/Metro): Over 50,000
- Brandon (City/Metro): Over 50,000
Military EditUS Armed Forces is National Defense!
- Commander In-Chief: Jennifer Johnson Jr
- Sec of Defense: Gen Adam Moon-Park
- Deputy Sec of Defense: Danny Hunter
- Divisons: Army, Navy, Air Force
Divison Commanding Officers:Edit
- Army: GEN Yen
- Navy: ADM Slower
- Air Force: Capt Anderson
- Seaman (R)
- Seaman Apprentice
- PO 3rd Class
- PO 2nd Class
- PO 1st Class
- 2d Lt
- 1st Lt
- Lt Col
- Brig Gen
- Maj Gen
- Lt Gen
Note: * wartime ranks
- Death and State Funnel of Prince Patrick Jr.
- Assassination of VP Robert Andrews
- NPO's Last Time as nation with TAA.
- Yr since King Liam Johnson's death.
Barrhead is National Capital of the country and is the home to the Royal Family and Department of Defense HQ.