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Second Texas Super-state (ss9)

8/6/2018 to 8/5/2022
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President: Wanda Hermanden [Free Spirit]
Vice President: Frank Camdenosa [Free Parliament]
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Chair: Rhett Smith [Libertarian]
Vice Chair: Hunter Crow [Citizens Freedom]
Deputy Vice Chair: Edward Gassoub [Environmentalist Green]
Secretary: Darcy Richardson [Peace & Freedom]
Vice Secretary: David Jouse [Peace & Freedom]
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THE CABINET

Directors' Votes for Executives

Executives' Votes for Cabinet

Rules of ss9


Directors

Democratic Party - 33 MSPs

Debra Scharf [Democratic], Arlene Lewis [Democrat], Charlotte Cocker [Democrat], Jane Gambill [Democrat], Alma Juarez [Democratic], Sandra Dundsmoore [Democratic], Yolanda Amandoza [Democratic], Francis Compy [Democrat], Karia Jumar [Democrat], Tori Xander [Democrat], Gale Wievert [Democrat], Harry Swan [Democrat], Rachel Zollers [Democrat], Edger Thompson [Democratic], Lauren Aldert [Democrat], Ed Cunningham [Dem.], Rachel Barkindosa [Democrat], Erik Konan [Democrat], Jessica Brabender [Democrat], Robert Einert [Democrat], Rachel Smith [Democrat], Marco Polo aka Jimmy Kens [Democrat], Mary Burgess [Democrat], Kevin Drafre [Democrat], Beatrice Shine [Democrat], Ben Zimmern [Democrat], Cheryl Meader [Democrat], Montel Sharba [Democrat], Jennifer Gale [Democrat], John Shine [Democrat], Marta Cox [Democrat], Gary Sedorholm [Democrat], Shelly Jones [Democrat],

Communist Party - 23 MSPs

Katie Hunesta [Communist], Mykai Landis [Communist], Debbie Porter [Commie], Raymond Yeager [Communist], Lisa Porepii [Communist], Dan Qualch [Communist], Rhonda Wendel [Communist], Horton Fortencia [Communism], Nina Lindsay [Communist], Edwardo Garcia [Communist], Christina Pallazolo [Communist], Pedro Chinnez [Communism], Oleda Jimenez [Communist], Yetti Man [Communist], Herman Oiut [Communist], Mariela Montakos [Communist], Adam Inhoff [Communist], Chris Garben [Communist], JT Murray [Communist], Mat Reland [Communist], Jesus Alba [Communist], Andy Martinez [Communist], Jesus Primitivo [Mexican Communist],

Info. Not Avail. Party - 18 MSPs

Sandra Contri [Info. Not Avail.], Amenz Portaniw [Info. Not Avail.], Deanne Vorow [Info. Not Avail.], John Ivins [Info. .Not Avail.], Lisa Murkowski [Info. Not Avail.], John Parramore [Info. Not Avail.], Gordon Hermosa [Info. Not Avail.], Poncho" Jorge Santos [Info. Not Avail.], Kumar [Info. Not Avail.], Don Pitts [Info. Not Avail.], Wendell Orgam [Info. Not Avail.], Norm Einer [Info. Not Avail.], Ticko Sommguez [Info. Not Avail.], Lawrence Gomen [Info. Not Avail.], Jim Shew [Info. Not Avail.], Jett Jackson [Info. Not Avail.], John Comana [Info. Not Avail.], Firenz Lorganzi [Info. Not Avail.],

Parties With One Seat - 18 MSPs

Sonar Gupta [Indian Democracy], Gina Mann [Tranny], Marcia Bradley [Undecided], Frjeda Sokol [Jewish Conservative], Chuck R. Lauser [Liberal Democrat], Displaced Jersey Boy [Longhorns Rule], Goncho Alvarez [Marijuana], Consuela Mendola [My Own], Nominating Rick Perry [No More Obama], Michael Kostopoulas [Photogenic], Tom Bartlett [Rich], Chaz Bear Jackson [The Party], Richard Hines [Undefined], Andy Gonzalez [Independent], James Ogle [One], Lyndall Kristie [Bush Regime], Martese Conchun [Border Warrior], Ryan Hess [Hydralisk],

Republican Party - 11 MSPs

Jennifer Evans [Republican], Patricia Cornwall [Republican], Beaulah Mae Jackson [Republican], Sonja Franzea [Republican], Tina Rodney [Republican], Roberta Marrone [Republican], Larry Perrault [Republican], Michael Dell [Republican], Lou Zir [Republican], Toni Allen [Republican], Don Blackstone [Republican],

Green Tea Party - 8 MSPs

Christie Shanafelt [Green Tea], Elizabeth McLane [Green Tea], Lindsey Tenlap [Green], Morgan Juma [Green], Paul Brown [Green], Boone Timutua [Green], Laurie Dean-Arms [Green], Georgeena Abad [Green],

Libertarian Party - 5 MSPs

Rhett Smith [Libertarian], William Sparkman [Libertarian], Chuck Seevers [Libertarian], Alex Jones [Libertarian], Fred Norris [Libertarian],

Free Spirit Party - 5 MSPs

Wanda Hermanden [Free Spirit], Frank Camdenosa [Free Parliament], Connie Mendosa [Free], Hermosi Kandanzai [Free Radical], Jonathan Britton [Free Energy],

Pot Party - 4 MSPs

Lisa Davis [Pot], J.R.Bass [Pot], Bo Kakke [Pot], Jorge Seester [Pot],

Frat Party - 2 MSPs

Nick Dartern [Frat], Topher Conway [Frat],

My Vote is for Joshua Paul in TX Thanks! Party - 2 MSPs

Kim Thomas [My Vote is for Joshua Paul in TX Thanks!], Jermaine Nommik [Vote for Josh],

Roseannearchist Party - 2 MSPs

Carla Vox [Roseannearchist], Ethan Moore [Roseanne],

Mexico Free Party - 2 MSPs

Victor Huego [Mexico Free], Amendalia Horveo [Mexico],

Socialist Party - 2 MSPs

Joshua Steinman [Socialist], Michael Hornzela [Socialist],

Noocratic Party - 2 MSPs

Dr. Lawiy Zodok Shalamalak Zodok Khaba-El [Noocratic], Lawiy Zodok Shamuel [Noocratic]
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Total 137 Elected Directors
First Vote Count on 2018-8-6
Updated on 2021-9-14
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Navigation for Texas Super-state (ss9)
http://usparliament.org/ss9.php

North Panhandle Mini-state (ss9-1) January
http://usparliament.org/ss9-1.php
Parker-Bell Central Mini-state (ss9-2) February
http://usparliament.org/ss9-2.php
Fort Worth County Mini-state (ss9-3) March
http://usparliament.org/ss9-3.php
Dallas County Mini-state (ss9-4) April
http://usparliament.org/ss9-4.php
NorthEast Texas Mini-state (ss9-5) May
http://usparliament.org/ss9-5.php
East Texas Mini-state (ss9-6) June
http://usparliament.org/ss9-6.php
Harris County Mini-state (ss9-7) July
http://usparliament.org/ss9-7.php
Austin Region Mini-state (ss9-8) August
http://usparliament.org/ss9-8.php
South-Texas Mini-state (ss9-9) September
http://usparliament.org/ss9-9.php
Bexar Texas Mini-state (ss9-10) October
http://usparliament.org/ss9-10.php
Central Texas Mini-state (ss9-11) November
http://usparliament.org/ss9-11.php
West Texas Mini-state (ss9-12) December
http://usparliament.org/ss9-12.php
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Navigation for History of First and Second Texas Super-states

Second 2018
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First 2014
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History of Candidates
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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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