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Second Mid-Atlantic Super-state (ss4)

8/6/2018 to 8/5/2022

Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina
8/6/2018 to 8/5/2022

President: Elizabeth Colbert-Busch [Democratic]
Vice President: James Ogle [One]

Prime Minister: Jesse Johnson [Mountain Green]
Secretary: Keenan Dunham [Libertarian]
Prime Minister: Arthur Rodrigues [Mutualism & Cooperation]
Secretary: Carey Campbell [Independent Green]
Prime Minister: Germaine Stewart [Liberal]
Judicial:
Judicial: James Ogle [One]
Judicial:
Judicial:
Judicial:
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THE CABINET

Directors Votes for Executives

Executives' Votes for Cabinet

• Guidelines


109 Members of Super-state

Green Party - 63

Sarah Manski [Green], Cheri Honkala [Green], Larry Carter Center [Green Blue Unity], Theresa Klapperich [Green], Gregg Jocoy [Green], Sue Edward [Green], Ben Manski [Green], Dr Jill Stein [Green], Carey Campbell [Green], Daisy Deadhead [Green Libertarian], George Friday [Green], Terri Lee [Green], Naomi Klein [Green], Gina Zenola [Green], Donna DeWitt [Green], Rose Marie Parsons [Green], Bernie Buckley [Green], Leslie Minerd [Green], Thom Taylor [Green], Ruth Center [Green], Chris Hedges [Green], Marcia Everett [Green], David Gillespie [Green], Daisy Deadhead [Green], Gregg Jocoy [Green], Jeanne van den Hurk [Green], Nammu Mohammed [Green], Samantha Schneider [Green Tea], Eugene Platt [Green], Jessica Cruz [Green Tea], Paul Platt [Green], Tiffany Briscoe [Green Tea-Rainbow], David Cobb [Green], Dave Seeman [Green], Max Wendroff [Green], Becci Robbins [Green], Brett Bursey [Green], Steven Perry [Green], Jeff Sharlett [Green], Jesse Johnson [Mountain Green], Gail for Rail Parker [Independent Green], Dennis Hanson [Green], Janet Murphy [Independent Green], Roy Calloway [Green], David Matos [Green], Wade Fulmer [Green], O'Neal Compton [Green], Daniel O'Neal [Green], Kevin Alexander Gray [Green], John Ruoff [Green], Darrow Center [Green], Dante Swinton [Green], Jackson Hamilton [Green], Blue [Green], Dave Crossley [Green], David Mecklenburg [Green Tea], Ryan McGarrigle [Green-Tea], Skyler Hodell [Independent/Green], Brandon Trent [Independent Green], Joseph P. Oddo [Independent Green], J. Ron Fisher [Independent Green], George R. "Tex" Wood [Independent Green], Jeremy Good [Independent Green],

Parties With One Seat - 12

Lissa [For], Mark Smith [Commonwealth], Aaron Lyles [Constitution], Gerald Reynolds [Disability Advocate], Thomas Hill [Free Will], Dylan Robson [Free Parliamentary], Christopher Kron [Labor], Alex Adams [Legalize Marijuana], Cornelius F. Brantley Jr. [Multi-Party USA], David Charles [Socialist], Harry Bertram [Third Position], Bobert Nagan [Wiccan Free Liberal]

Libertarian Party - 6

Rhett Smith [Libertarian], Stephen Smith [Libertarian], David Morris [Libertarian], Richard A. Weir [Libertarian Socialist], Stuart Flood [Libertarian], Mel Matze [Libertarian],

Democratic Party - 5

Elizabeth Colbert-Busch [Democratic], Weed Killer [Democratic], Dennis Kucinich [Democratic], Joseph P. Riley, Jr. [Democratic], Rosemarie Parsons [Independent Democrat],

Independent - 5

Tina Cook [Independent], Jennifer Foster [Independent], Julie Merwine [Independent], Mare Adams [Independent], Ralph Nader [Independent],

Peace & Freedom Party - 4

Cynthia McKinney [Peace & Freedom], Cindy Sheehan [Peace & Freedom], Russell Lajoie [Peace] Stewart Alexander [Peace & Freedom],

Info. Not Avail. - 4

Mary Arnold [Info. Not Avail.], Christina Leigh [Info. Not Avail.], Karen Hammett [Info. Not Avail.], Joe [Info. Not Avail.],

Pot Party - 4

Daniel Roy Barnett [Pot], Pot_Homie996 [Pot], Zabie Sharify [Pot], Anonymous [Pot],

United Socialism Party - 2

Matt Lemmons [United Socialism], Rhys Scarlett [United Socialism],

Republican Party - 2

Teddy Turner [Republican], Chip Limehouse [Republican],

One Party - 2

James Ogle [One], Ralph Beach [One],
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Total 109 Elected MSPs

First Vote Count on 8/6/2018
MSP=member of super-state parliament
Updated on 8/10/2018
Updated 5/2/2021
Updated 20021-9-14
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Navigation for Mid-Atlantic Super-state (ss4)
www.usparliament.org/ss4.php

Virginia - Mini-state (ss4-1) January
www.usparliament.org/ss4-1.php
Virginia - Mini-state (ss4-2) February
www.usparliament.org/ss4-2.php
Virginia - Mini-state (ss4-3) March
www.usparliament.org/ss4-3.php
Virginia - Mini-state (ss4-4) April
www.usparliament.org/ss4-4.php
West Virginia - Mini-state (ss4-5) May
www.usparliament.org/ss4-5.php
North Carolina - Asheville Parliament (ss4-6) June
www.usparliament.org/ss4-6.php
North Carolina - Mini-state (ss4-7) July
www.usparliament.org/ss4-7.php
North Carolina - Mini-state (ss4-8) August
www.usparliament.org/ss4-8.php
North Carolina - Mini-state (ss4-9) September
www.usparliament.org/ss4-9.php
North Carolina - Mini-state (ss4-10) October
www.usparliament.org/ss4-10.php
South Carolina - Charleston Mini-state (ss4-11) November
www.usparliament.org/ss4-11.php
South Carolina - Mini-state (ss4-12) December
www.usparliament.org/ss4-12.php
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Guidelines for Election (e-aps-1)
http://www.allpartysystem.com/e-aps-1.php

Blank Paper Ballot e-aps-1
Blank PDF Paper Ballot e-aps-1.pdf
Marked Paper Ballots e-aps-1-marked
Totals e-aps-1-totals

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2018
Blank Eballot
Marked Eballots (ss4)
Totals

2014
See Marked Eballots: ss4
See Marked Eballot Totals: ss4
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USA Pure Proportional Representation (PPR) Electoral College (Est. 1995)
https://www.pprelectoralcollege.com

New England (ss1) January
http://www.usparliament.org/ss1.php
New York (ss2) February
http://www.usparliament.org/ss2.php
North Atlantic (ss3) March
http://www.usparliament.org/ss3.php
Mid-Atlantic (ss4) April
http://www.usparliament.org/ss4.php
SouthEast (ss5) May
http://www.usparliament.org/ss5.php
South (ss6) June
http://www.usparliament.org/ss6.php
Great Lakes (ss7) July
http://www.usparliament.org/ss7.php
MidWest (ss8) August
http://www.usparliament.org/ss8.php
Texas (ss9) September
http://www.usparliament.org/ss9.php
SouthWest (ss10) October
http://www.usparliament.org/ss10.php
California (ss11) November
http://www.usparliament.org/ss11.php
PacificNW (ss12) December
http://www.usparliament.org/ss12.php
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International Parliament (Est. 2016)
http://www.international-parliament.org

China #1 (P-1) January
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-1.html
China #2 (P-2) February
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-2.html
India #1 (P-3) March
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-3.html
India #2 (P-4) April
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-4.html
Africa #1 (P-5) May
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-5.html
Africa #2 (P-6) June
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-6.html
America #1 (P-7) July
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-7.html
America #2 (P-8) August
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-8.html
EurAsia and Middle East (P-9) September
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-9.html
Russia (P-10) October
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-10.html
Europe (P-11) November
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-11.html
Asia Pacific (P-12) December
http://www.international-parliament.org/p-12.html
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