Post by lightninglynx89 on Jul 17, 2016 22:15:48 GMT
Anti-Federalists: After a massively successful victory in 1790, the Anti-Federalist have held a good position in Congress. Able to pass some laws, in favor of the states, and able to maintain the status quo and keeping the newly founded Federalist party in check. Their popularity still as high as ever, since 1790. And the addition of former Pro-Administration leader now Anti-Federalist leader Frederick Muhlenberg, has helped lead the way for the Antis. The positioning of Thomas Jefferson in Washington's cabinet has helped as well.
Federalists: After suffering a crushing defeat in 1790 due to the drop in popularity do to pushing through the Vermont War, they promptly replaced Muhlenberg with Jonathan Trumbull. However, Trumbull was not the leader or the spokesperson the Federalists were looking for at the time. When they eventually reorganized themselves, they promoted a new advocate and leader in Massachusetts' Theodore Sedgewick. Though their chances of winning this election seem low to average for many. They are hoping to at least close the gap between the two parties.
futurist: Good luck to you, MN!
Jan 17, 2019 5:10:51 GMT
MinnesotaNationalist: well, that was the most underwhelming jury duty ever. Came in one day, was told to go home, and now I'm told that I'm not needed anymore for this session.
Jan 23, 2019 4:26:12 GMT
ieph: I've been actually thinking of just spending my time here, gradually decreasing my presence in AH.com. But in the meantime, I'm spending my time reviving one of my old WIPs sadly lost to the sands of time (I guess)
Jul 23, 2019 11:24:08 GMT
ieph: In fact, I'm even thinking of reviving my wikibox TL right here.
Jul 23, 2019 20:21:52 GMT
jennysnooper87: If that's the case, would it be okay if I moved the TL from AH.com to this site?
Aug 21, 2019 1:53:59 GMT
railmotive: Checking out this website, seems quite nice.
Oct 23, 2019 22:35:16 GMT