So here’s your advance December POTUS race predictions (this is an opinion piece!).
Inwegen will win with roughly 1475 votes.
Hanibal will receive about 1000 votes.
A third option will be The Ghost of Tom Joad from the Socialist Freedom Party who doesn't want your vote but will receive about 80 votes anyway.
Publius ended up on the ballot. 100 votes to him. He's pulling from Inwegen. Not sure why this has happened.
The Romanian fellow will pull a few votes as well, 65-ish. These are probably random, and pull from all camps.
The closest the AFA candidate has come to winning the POTUS position was in October, when Pfeiffer was the only option aside from the AFA candidate, and roughly 500 people voted against Pfeiffer and therefore for the AFA candidate.
A very dangerous thing to do, putting arguably the nations second most disliked player up against an AFA candidate. Pfeiffer won by only 254 votes.
In November Cerb received about 1600 votes and the AFA about 900. The two other choices garnered about 250 votes in total.
The greater the distance from Pfeiffer, the greater the spread will be between AFA and the Unity candidate. In the name of saving the nation, probably no one close to Pfeiffer should be running at all for awhile, but they’ll refuse to acknowledge this and continue running anyway I expect.
Inwegen is a decent guy. I’ve known him for a couple of years now anyway. He can be short tempered at times but he’s smart and involved. If he has a weakness, it’s that many of you reading this don’t know him, or don’t know him very well. He’s almost an entirely forum/meta player.
John Jay would have brought a larger spread between Unity and AFA, but Inwegen will still win this handedly.
Hanibal is equally hindered by his attachment to RGR. RGR takes the top spot as the nations most disliked person. If the AFA wanted to “win” more quickly in their attempts to politically take over the nation, they’d be wise to put distance between themselves and RGR. But they too will ignore this advice.
Tomorrow we will see Inwegen elected. He is a good guy, but for the most part, all the seats at the table of decision making (never mind the fancy titles) will remain as they've been for months. Expect a formalizing of a new alliance, a continuation of an international emphasis, and communication from Inwegen at about the same pace, if not slightly less, than we saw with Cerb. Inwegen doesn't love to write.
See you at the polls America.
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