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BLUE DRAFT 1 - 

  1. James Farley (Lib, 56) - @0ccultist
  2. Joseph P. Kennedy Sr (Mod, 13) - @pman
  3. Millard Tydings (55, Cons) - @ShortKing
  4. Homer Martin Adkins (13, Trad) - @bradleyg223
  5. W Averell Harriman (58, Lib) - @Murrman104GAINS +1 Legis

RED DRAFT 1 -

  1. Earl Warren (lib, 86) - @Willthescout7
  2. Dwight D. Eisenhower (Mod, 75) - @Vols21
  3. Norman S. Case (27, Mod) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Robert Taft (78, Cons) - @Lars
  5. Henry A Wallace (44, Prog) - @OrangeP47GAINS +1 Gov
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BLUE DRAFT 2 - 

  1. Paul V. McNut (50, Lib) - @0ccultist
  2. Coke Stevenson (30, cons) - @pman
  3. J Melville Broughton (25, Cons) - @ShortKing
  4. Martin Sennet Conner (30, RW Pop) - @bradleyg223
  5. Henry Morgenthau (46, Lib) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 2 -

  1. Harold Hitz Burton (40, mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. John Foster Dulles (50, Mod) - @Vols21
  3. Marriner Eccles (14, Mod) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Charles E Wilson (28, Cons) - @Lars
  5. Homer S Ferguson(16, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 3 - 

  1. Stephen M Young (43, Mod) - @0ccultist
  2. Gordon Browning (35, Mod) - @pman
  3. Leon C Phillips (20, Cons) - @ShortKing
  4. Thomas B Stanley (15, RW Pop) - @bradleyg223
  5. John W McCormack (20, Lib) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 3 -

  1. Hugo Aronson (25, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. C A Bottolfsen (22, Mod) - @Vols21
  3. Norman Brunsdale (25, Mod) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Hamilton Fish III (19, Cons) - @Lars
  5. John Gilbert Winant (15, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 4 - 

  1. Emanuel Celler (36, Lib) - @0ccultist
  2. John E Miller (16, Cons) - @pman
  3. William L Knous (20, Cons) - @ShortKing
  4. John S Battle (10, RW Pop) - @bradleyg223
  5. Harry Hopkins (38, Prog) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 4 -

  1. Douglass Buck (22, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. Vincent M Carter (18, Mod) - @Vols21
  3. Mortimer Proctor (20, Mod) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Raymond Sanger Wilkins (23, Cons) - @Lars
  5. William Warren Barbour (15, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 5 - 

  1. Frank Murphy (33, Lib) - @0ccultist
  2. Richard E Byrd (11, Cons) - @pman
  3. Thomas L Bailey (10, Cons) - @ShortKing
  4. Herbert C Bonner (8, Trad) - @bradleyg223
  5. George Howard Earle III (25, Lib) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 5 -

  1. Carl G Bachmann (22, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. George M Humphrey (11, Cons) - @Vols21
  3. Charles Edison (13, Cons) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Robert S Hale (16, Cons) - @Lars
  5. Oscar Rennebohm (13, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 6 - 

  1. Fred M Vinson (33, Lib) - @0ccultist
  2. Allen Ellender (15, Cons) - @pman
  3. William M Colmer (11, Trad) - @ShortKing
  4. Sherman Minton (28, Mod) - @bradleyg223
  5. David L Lawrence (25, Lib) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 6 -

  1. Robert G Simmons (18, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. John Hunt Udall (15, Mod) - @Vols21
  3. Eugene Millikin (13, Mod) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Otto Krueger (8, Cons) - @Lars
  5. Bronson Cutting (8, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 7 - 

  1. Carl Hatch (23, Mod) - @0ccultist
  2. Paul R Greever (8, Cons) - @pman
  3. Phil M Donnelly (20, Mod) - @ShortKing
  4. Charles Gossett (18, Mod) - @bradleyg223
  5. Nelson Kraschel (8, Prog) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 7 -

  1. Robert P Paterson (16, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. Owen Brewster (15, Cons) - @Vols21
  3. Dick Wigglesworth (13, Mod) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. George F Shafer (13, Trad) - @Lars
  5. Kermit Roosevelt (1, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 8 - 

  1. Monrad Wallgren (20, Mod) - @0ccultist
  2. Thomas S McMillan (3, Cons) - @pman
  3. Walter K Granger (18, Mod) - @ShortKing
  4. F Ryan Duffy (16, Mod) - @bradleyg223
  5. William C Bullitt Jr (23, LW Pop) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 8 -

  1. August Andresen (13, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. Levi Stewart Udall (6, Mod) - @Vols21 - Failed
  3. Carroll Reece (8, Cons) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. George W Malone (13, Mod) - @Lars
  5. Merrell Q Sharpe (13, Mod) - @OrangeP47
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BLUE DRAFT 9 - 

  1. William P Cole Jr (18, Mod) - @0ccultist
  2. David Sholtz (15, Mod) - @pman
  3. Lee O'Daniel (15, Mod) - @ShortKing
  4. Oren Long (15, Mod) - @bradleyg223
  5. Bennett Champ Clark (18, LW Pop) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 9 -

  1. Franklin Korell (13, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. Ivor D Fenton (11, Mod) - @Vols21
  3. Guy Cordon (8, Cons) - @Ich_bin_Tyler
  4. Charles Evans Hughes Jr (11, Mod) - @Lars
  5. Ethel Roosevelt Derby (9, Lib) - @OrangeP47
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8 minutes ago, Arkansas Progressive said:

BLUE DRAFT 9 - 

  1. Dennis Chavez (15, Lib) - @0ccultist
  2. Oren Long (15, Mod) - @pman
  3. Sam Bratton (13, Mod) - @ShortKing
  4. Harry B Coffee (13, Mod) - @bradleyg223
  5. Floyd Olson (18, LW Pop) - @Murrman104

RED DRAFT 9 -

  1. Frank Fellows (-40, Mod) - @Willthescout7
  2. James P Kem (8, Mod) - @Vols21

You mean future President Frank Fellows 

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@Lars @OrangeP47 @Vols21 @Ich_bin_Tyler @Willthescout7 @bradleyg223 @ShortKing @Murrman104 @0ccultist @pman 

No conversions since no one but Wilson is confirmed faction leader

Submit me your ideology switches, state switching (Overpopulated and underpopulated states are on the PolData tab - AK and HI are not states). Kingmaker activations (no limit on protege number as long as there's only one kingmaker per state and five per faction). Career track placements.

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Types of Farm Fencing and What They're Used For

 

The plan for the 1916 Moderate Democratic Faction Convention was to meet in Cordell Hull's townhouse in Georgetown. Hull was a good man, a decent man. He was the rare blend of brains, brawn, modesty and patience. He was indifferent to becoming faction leader. He had a patriotic duty to serve his country, not his faction or party.

On the other end of the United States another member of the Moderate Democrats had other plans for the faction convention. James 'Pa' Ferguson was not a patient man. He left home at 16 to work at a vineyard and eventually ended up at a barbed wire factory. He became Governor of Texas in his early 40s. Pa was not a modest man. He told everyone that would listen that since it took 30 years to own a home, he was about 7 terms away from owning the title to the governor's mansion. The governor's mansion was not the only thing Pa wanted to own the title to. While he had 0 interest in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he had his eyes set on taking over the Moderate Democratic faction.

Ever the gentlemen, Hull acquiesced to Ferguson. Unwilling to waste time travelling to Texas at a time of international crisis, Hull sent his chief of staff and close friend George L Berry to represent his interests. Ferguson took the move as an opportunity. This faction was his now. What did he plan to do with it? What was going to happen at that meeting in Texas? Nobody knew and honestly few cared. The world was at the brink. However the plains of Texas has a way of making you forget about the outside world.

 

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Career Track

Backroom Politics: Joseph P. Kennedy Sr

State Governing: Gordon Browning

State Legislative: R Gregg Cherry

 

Kingmaker: Richard Olney II becomes protégé to James Michael Curley

----I'll do the rest of the moves in a second

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Career Track

Admin Track - Ethel Roosevelt Derby

Mil Track - Bronson Cutting

Jud Track - Homer S Ferguson

State Exec (Gov) Track - John Gilbert Winant

Legis Track - William Warren Barbour

Private Track - Henry A Wallace

Backroom Track - Oscar Rennebohm

Kingmakers

Bainbridge Colby -> Walter M Chandler

Gifford Pinchot -> Henry Wilson Temple

Robert La Follette -> Irvine Lenroot

Relocations

WEB Du Bois GA -> NY (Alt State auto succeed)

Ideo Shifts

Prog -> LW Pop

Franck Havenner

Charlotta Bass

John A Elston

C C Young

William Kent

John D Works

Edward Costigan

D W Davis

Willis Sweet

Clyde M Reed

Henry Justin Allen

Walter R Stubbs

Roy O Woodruff

James J Couzens

Fred M Warner

Thomas Schall

Joseph M Dixon

Mary Church Terrell

Delo E Mook

Theodore E Burton

Charles L McNary

Ernest W Gibson Sr

Jacob Falconer

Robert D Carey

Lib -> Prog

Harry Englebright

Friend Richardson

Florence Prag Kahn

Guy U Hardy

John E Nelson

Homer S Ferguson

Harold Knutson

Knud Wefald

Ole Kvale

John M Baer

John Gilbert Winant

Bronson Cutting

George H Prouty

Marion E Hay

Frank Emerson

Mod -> Lib

Cassius C Dowell

Charles A Goss

Fred Balzar

Frank Frantz

Robert Stanfield

Merrell Q Sharpe

Joseph Howell

Edward V Robertson

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