Connect with us

Politics

Hello To The Fifth Governor Of San Andreas And The Fourth Congress

Avatar photo

Published

on

VINEWOOD (WZL) — The 14th of May marks a new dawn for San Andreas with Governor Karmen McKenzie (SALP) being sworn in after a long election campaign with the closest finishing margin in electoral history. The governor and her Lieutenant, Jacob Wheeler (SALP), were sworn in shortly after 9:50pm following the swearing in of the 4th Congress. 

This record-breaking Governor is perhaps one that will define an entire generation of politicians, becoming the first woman elected to lead San Andreas in state history and the youngest Governor in American history at age nineteen. Previously, the record was held by Stevens T. Mason of Michigan, first elected in 1835 at age twenty-four.

The Legislature is now in its fourth iteration, with only two representatives retaining their seats from the prior term. However, none of the returning representatives were elected in the initial stages of the third congress, with Representative Audrey Storm (P) winning a special election after the resignation of newcomer Grace Stone and colleague Jordan Malone (P) appointed after the departure of two-term veteran Mohn Nash. The Legislature is in a state of contest with the balance of power being equal between the two major parties, while the ‘Not A Political Party’ (NAPP) helmed by veteran James Paxton holds the swing vote as each party seeks to have their agenda fulfilled this congress. The coming term will certainly make for an exciting contest of ideas.

Continue Reading
2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Monica

    May 16, 2022 at 10:23 am

    who’s the dude in the white suit?

    • Anonymous

      May 19, 2022 at 12:13 am

      Chief Justice John MacLamar, he did the swearing in.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest News

Stella's Scoops3 days ago

Stella’s Scoops Volume 72

Congrats Blissful Events! Blissful Events celebrated their 1-Year anniversary with music, vendors, and fun! The decor was absolutely next level,...

Spring 2024 Elections4 days ago

GO VOTE! Vote in the Spring 2024 Election

Voting begins tonight! Starting at 8 pm (ET) on the 26th of May, citizens can cast their vote for who...

Stella's Scoops1 week ago

Stella’s Scoops Volume 71

New Makeup? No, Annie, it’s a cosmetic shop for cars. You can look at it as makeup for cars, but...

Stella's Scoops2 weeks ago

Stella’s Scoops Volume 70

To Bill or Not to Bill… A new bill was submitted this week, which made a lot of people on...

The Exchange2 weeks ago

The Exchange – Episode 8: H.R. 336 w/ State Rep Emilie Lillegard-Marino And State Rep Asst Burton

This is Jack Callow, presenting a special edition of The Exchange. Today we speak with State Representative Emilie Lillegard-Marino and...

Government3 weeks ago

Gang Law Or Bill Flaw? A Closer Look At The H.R. 336 Controversy

Disclaimer: Most information in this article is a result of a public survey created on Monday, the 6th of May...

Ads3 weeks ago

Unleash Your Musical Talent: Join the Battle of the Bands for Education!

RICHMAN, SAN ANDREAS (WZL)—Calling all musicians, bands, and music enthusiasts! Get ready to rock and showcase your skills at the...

Stella's Scoops3 weeks ago

Stella’s Scoops Volume 69

Wow, that’s a lot of Scoops… NICE! Let’s get into it! Got Talent? The Board of Education is inviting all...

Crime4 weeks ago

Major Crimes Division Press Release: La Mesa PD Destroyed

The Major Crimes Division issued a press release in the late evening hours of Saturday night, sharing the news of...

San Andreas Snaps4 weeks ago

April Snaps Are In!

April was filled with earth events, such as National Parks Week and Stoner Daze, to name a few. I asked...

Trending