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Why should YOU vote AMADOR,
in seventeen-seventy-four?

 

Who is Karl Amador?
I’m a member of the House of Commons from Haense. I began my political career over in New Reza, sitting in the Haensetian Duma for House Amador various times, positioning myself on the Feudalist bench. I entered politics on an Imperial level with a bid for a Senatorial seat, running against the incumbent, President Sir Konrad Stafyr, resulting in a tie before being defeated by my opponent in a second round of voting. Upon the formation of the House of Commons, I joined the Everardine Party as a moderate and soon after found myself gaining a seat in the Commons in which I’ve served ever since. As of recently I have been appointed Chairman of the Party.

Aside from my political career, I have served in the Ministry of Justice for some time as a Constable before I received my seat in the House. In Haense I run a small family owned company where we sell goods produced and grown on our land. I’ve written a few books and other works over the years and as of recently I’ve involved myself directly in the fight against the Scyfling invasion of Haense, standing between the soldiers in various battles.

What does he stand for?
As stated, I consider myself to be a moderate Everardine. While ultimately I agree the most with my conservative Everardine colleagues, itt is not entirely unusual to find myself agreeing with some of the liberal Josephites’ standpoints. This combined with the fact that I sometimes take inspiration from some Sanoist beliefs, means that I often try to seek the bipartisan way in my resolutions and policies, seeking to bridge the gap that divides the House of Commons. On a cultural and social level I consider myself to be a (tolerant) conservative, while on an economic level I would consider myself more to be on the socialist or sanoist side, being a proponent for welfare principles, support subsidies for businesses to stimulate the economy and lower taxes.

What is he running on this election?
My standpoints are as follows:
-Subsidizing small businesses and walk-in stores
-Less focus on new policies, more focus on making the policies we have actually work
-Ensuring the provinces reap equal benefit from the imperial government and her policies compared to Oren.
-Preserving and promoting culture and traditional values; more funding for libraries, academies and if needed the church too.
-Supporting both the ISA and the HRA if needed to maintain a strong and agile military.
-Providing whatever the Crown of Haense needs to combat the Scyfling threat
-Lowering housing prices in Helena
-Smaller government; lessening the bureaucratic mess and the top-down system.

What other candidates do you support voting for?

Of the currently declared candidates, I recommend voting for either Farooq Gray, Philip Pruvia-Albarosa or Heinrick Othaman, considering citizens have 3 votes to cast. If one insists on voting for a Josephite politician, I recommend Sir Konstantin Wick.
 

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"Man...I love individual campaigns." Edward Galbraith would smile as he reads this document "I'm happy that the old and decrepit 2-parties political system has come to an end with the recent amendment to the Edict of Reform. It is time for the Imperial Diet to flourish again without political tacticism and senseless party lines."

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“This man has my support!” Ivan would say with a smile, thinking about the things they have done throughout the years.

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Posted (edited)

Boris var Ruthern reads the election platform with a large grin. “I may niet know him well yet, but he certainly seems to have some good ideas. I hope he’s elected soon!”

Edited by GMRO

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Siol would read the document as a smile appeared on his nodding face: ”Less focus on new policies, more focus on making the policies we have actually work” he’d repeat as he read through ”Now that is the good type of progressive ideas... this man better win!”

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Sigmar Baruch would nod, “It’s good to know Ah can retire ‘n leave the Commons in good hands!”

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The Barclay-Wentworth Foundation for Wonk Emancipation approves this message. 

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