Campaign Trail, Nouvelle Cournouaille


1 Vendémiaire CCXIII

Chambéon, Nouvelle Cournouaille, Louisianne

Padrig Maughan stood calmly before the Chrisitian Conservative Legislators convention in Chambéon, and accepted their nomination for his continued service as Prefect.

At the same time, in nearby Mensac, Johannes Yager was nominated by a coalition of Labor, Industiral and Growth parties. Yager is a renown industrialist and philanthropist, lending his private Zeppelin to President Gordon B. Hinckley, of the LDS Church for any travel needs.

While Maughan has a distinguished record for the Prefecture, it’s also been noted by many that he seems to favor the environmentalist cause over the middle road approach that is seen in Yager ‘s directorship of Yagermeister Corporation, one of the leading construction, chemical, mining, pharmacological companies in the country and quite possibly the world.

Yager also has had numerous dealings with the current leadership of Tejas, Oregon and Alta California, as well as the NAL, due largely to his company’s growth around the world. Because of the interaction he’s had with heads of state as he’s established branches of the family company, many feel that he’d do what’s best for Louisianne, and Nouvelle Cournouaille in particular by improving the growth for labor that has recently lagged.

Maughan on the other hand has served since the age of 19 in some capacity or another of the government, as an aide at the National Assembly as well as through his own law firm in Neuvanòsc in northeastern Nouvelle Cournouaille.

Most analysts at this stage are predicting a very tight race between Maughan and Yager. It’s uncertain who the remaining 1/3 of parliamentary constituents will side with come election day, but some are predicting a landslide for Yager in recession-stricken Nouvelle Cournouaille.

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