The Official Listing of the United Canadian American States Senators
The UCAS Senate is one that can be quite confusing for anyone of basic education or simply not following politics on a daily basis to understand. The official tally of states within the United Canadian American States is simply 13, which should decree there to be 26 elected representatives for the states. Though there are 104 Senators sitting within the Capital and how is this possible seeing much of the original United States has been broken up between independent nations and of course the Confederate South…..Also can’t simply forget about the Common Wealth and the Republic of Hawaii.
So I will educate you on the process and how the UCAS Senate has 104 senators instead of the easily predicted 26 elected officials. I will need to bring you back many years to a time just after the Great Tragedy of 2018 and the Civil War of 2020 to answer the questions many citizens ask on a daily basis. So this entire process would begin sometime around 2020 and through multiple votes and well very boring congressional work those in power feared loosing their grip with the sudden decrease in numbers.
Basically what happened in 2018 through 2020 is simple the newly formed UCAS was broke, the sudden decrease in population do to the Great Tragedy and lose of territory would render the new nation bankrupt and how did they handle this at first……well by allowing the corporations to invest directly and fully adapting themselves as shills of their donors and corporate overlords. This process would simply cause countless issues with corruption and the people being sold to the highest bidder and the ultimate death of the great American experiment, thus creating the ultimate capitalistic body and one run by the corporate boards and CEO’s and removing the voice of the people.
Next with the reduction of the population and territory the people would feel their voice no longer mattered and trust within the electrical process faded and add in the Civil War 2020 -2025, sparked in revolt to the Government/Corporate Treaty known as the Treaty of Denver. This document signed by all the leaders of the New North America would spark controversy, disdain and be the catalyst for multiple uprisings including the Revolution and Civil War; it would as well bring forth multiple City States within the UCAS such as Las Vegas, Boston, Phoenix, and Santa Fe.
With the south once again fighting for independence and the southern way of life over the laws and regulations of the UCAS and their corporate overlords the nation would be thrust into a war that the fledgling UCAS would be unable to pay for and the corporations refused to pay for as they wanted to appear independent and seeing many of the older companies were based out of the now rebelling south….yup it was a serious tinderbox and something had to give.
So during the Civil War 2020 -2025 the newly formed UCAS Senate and newly appointed President David Taylor would put forth legislation granting every state within the once former United States to send elected officials to the Federal District as representatives and advisers but with zero actual power to legislate and for this the UCAS would want to tax those states. Well this would go over like a lead balloon and seeing the first handful of representatives sent to the federal District would be known confederate officers, rebels and former politicians that now served as regional governors and state legislators.
This was decreed as the National Unification Program and it would last from 2020 – 2040, when the program would be disbanded and replace with an open edict that would allow for the Native Lands, Confederate South, Tangier and Free State to send elected officials to the newly re-branded UCAS Senate or simply the “North American Project”; with this re-brand the old political ideology and parties would crumble and the last of the Republicans and Democrats would vanish and emerge as new political parties….again only two parties and hence this would simply become a recreation of old issues from Old World America.
These parties would be the Loyalist and Freedom Parties, basically so far apart politically that it is more of a populist movement over a political one. Long gone are the days of Conservatives vs Liberals, Progressives vs Corporates and Patriots vs Elitists; now it’s simply those that stand united behind the foundations of the UCAS and their corporate overlords within the Loyalist Party and those that stand for independence, liberty and freedom with the Revolution being the great divide politically and socially. Yes I told you it’s confusing and the tides change with the phases of the moon basically….the revolution itself has been a major political landmine that many in the FDC try to avoid speaking about openly, seeing this can and has lead to political assassinations, protests and insurrection attempts.
So ever since the start of the “North American Project” in 2040 the landscape of DC has been dramatically changed, states that sit within the Confederate States that don’t agree with the CAS leadership have remained within the UCAS Senate while others simply send representatives to continue to spark the division and keep the money flowing into the Military Industrial Complex. States that have maintained their true independence and have never wavered in their dedication to the Great American Experiment are Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Missouri with Virginia, South Carolina, Mississippi and Arkansas staying true to the ways of the Confederacy (That would last till December 2074). Other regions would as well have their divisions such as Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah and Arizona yes again it wold become very confusing very quickly and the landscape in DC would change month to month with Congressmen and Senators being sent and recalled month to month or even week to week.
By 2050 the landscape would become far more levelled as North America was becoming far more progressive and accepting of change though the political storm was still brewing and even in 2075 it’s a cluster of epic proportions. Come the 2050’s the original City States of Las Vegas, Phoenix, Santa Fe and Boston would be allowed to send representatives to the Federal District thus pushing the numbers from 100 to 108 and all seemed to be equalised as many of the urban centres where now being represented this would as well thrust the Freedom Party into the majority for the next twelve years and from 2050 through 2062 the UCAS Congress would seem to move at its normal snails pace and get very little done.
The next major change would come when Loyalist President George T Whitmore would be elected in 2062 during a sweeping win for the Loyalist party nation wide. The Freedom Party would become the minority thus thrusting the Loyalists in a position to make major changes, they would rewrite the Ratification (The Nations new Constitution) and show that the Loyalists are not above being bribed and forcing the will of the powerful onto the people. The first major change would be the removal of term limits for the elected president and this would be a big one as it was pushed forth by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs James O’Brian and records show he funnelled billions of credits into the pockets of the loyalists in congress.
The Loyalists held a super majority in 2062 and they would continue to hold that majority till the election of 2074 when the Freedom Party would once again take the helm and claim the super majority. Though in this next twelve years the loyalists would undermine the democratic process and rewrite the rules to suit their corrupt needs and the desires of James O’Brian. In an attempt to shirk the numbers of the Freedom Party President Whitmore would sign into legislation a bill that would bar the Common Wealth of Boston from sending any elected officials stating that they are traitors and committing treason by supporting and harbouring the Revolutionaries of the Sons of Liberty……this bill is still law and Boston has been unable to send legally elected representation ever since, to say this upset Mayor Archibald Kingsbury is an understatement and it would cause the Revolution to escalate to the point of near total destruction.
During the twelve years of the Loyalists there majority would slowly begin to shrink but never to the point where the Freedom Party would have a voice; they had been officially silenced by President Whitmore and well this would eventually lead to his assassination and well the assassination of countless presidents, vice presidents and members of the UCAS Senate. To say 2062 -2074 would be the bloodiest days of our political system would again be an understatement. More politicians would loose their lives in the latter twelve years than where killed in America from 1776 – 2062 yes readers thats a very long time and yes readers the revolution would be responsible for the assassination and murder of hundreds of elected officials, staff, deep state and appointed officials with only a handful being able to dodge the death sentence; Wilhuff Palpatine, Woodrow McDaniels, Bailey Georgetown, Montgomery Hilliard, Herbert Meisner and Dover Barton would escape untouched though Herbert Meisner would have to flee his office and go underground for handful of years.
While James O’Brian and President Whitmore would blast the Common Wealth as the problem and increase the defence budget by ten fold over the handful of years our sitting Secretary of Defence Woodrow McDaniels would work diligently to under fund the military and send further aid to the Common Wealth to keep the pipeline of cash flowing…..seriously I have no idea how he remained in office throughout the decades of chaos; guess he fell through the cracks. Though even though being in politics would become a very dangerous and lethal occupation it would would eventually bring forth elected officials that wanted to bring forth change and no longer simply work for their corporate overlords.
By 2072 the UCAS would have watched as 6 presidents would fall to an assassins bullet and countless senators perish, there needed to be a change and thats when Loyalist Moderate Phillip McDowell would become the next elected President during an emergency election after the Rebels removed President Nelson Walters, Vice President Trevor DeJoy, Speaker Small, Senator Brian Witmore, and Secretary of State Howard O’Brian in a coordinated strike. While Chairman O’Brian would scream and shout for further war, retribution and the removal of all Freedom Party Senators from the capital…..as well he was demanding the public hangings of Minority Leader Bail Canterbury, Majority Whip Nelson Rodger, House Minority Leader Warren Mitchell and Minority Whip George Eaton. President McDowell would try desperately to unify the wounded nation and in what would be a sweeping bi-partisan legislation they would bring an end to the legal bribery of the elected officials with sweeping campaign finance reform; this would ban any and all corporate money from entering politics, this reform as well limited the maximum private donation.
The UCAS under McDowell was starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel as he would thrust forth major tax reform that would push the corporate tax to 90% and the wealth tax to nearly 80% for individuals. The highest it’s been since the 1950’s and well this sweeping reform and bipartisan approval would spook the extreme loyalists and it would cause the assassination of McDowell; President McDowell would be shot in the chest by one of his own aids while he was addressing the people over the trideo, McDowell was preparing to introduce further legislation that would further shrink the gap between the rich and the poor, his public assassination would bring us Loyalist Extremist Robert Johnson that would remain in power till his assassination in 2074.
Though I will delve into the short term of Johnson elsewhere as he was exactly what the Loyalists wanted and needed as he would become nothing more than a shill to James O’Brian and attempt to transform the UCAS into a fascist dictatorship state…luck for everyone he was assassinated before he could fully transform the UCAS into everything the rebels feared and warned about. So this is how we got to where we are today, with Seattle now a City State they have been granted representation bringing the numbers up to 104 while Boston still remains forbidden to send elected officials and according to Mayor Archibald Kingsbury he is hopeful that the new congress will undo the ban on his citizens from being duly represented. Also as of the 2074 election the Republic of Hawaii was allowed to send representation that would actually have a say and a vote; something that President Charles Belmont would fight for during his two terms in office.
Below are the listing of every sitting Senator of the UCAS Senate (2075)
Senator Richard Burke (Freedom Party – Alabama)
Senator Kevin Small (Freedom Party – Alabama)
Senator Kennedy Trapper (Freedom Party – Alaska)
Senator William Burns (Loyalist Party – Alaska)
Senator Chuck Wilson (Freedom Party – Arizona)
Senator Darcy Gunner (Freedom Party – Arizona)
Senator Lenard Kennith (Loyalist Party – Arkansas)
Senator Walter Levi (Loyalist Party – Arkansas)
Senator Jackson Clark (Independent – California)
Senator Eric Davidson (Independent – California)
Senator Union Blunt (Freedom Party – Colorado)
Senator Jeremy Goldstein (Freedom Party – Colorado)
Senator Adam McDonald (Loyalist Party – Connecticut)
Senator Daniel Evergreen (Freedom Party – Connecticut)
Senator Rebecca Grey (Loyalist Party – Delaware)
Senator Gary Harding (Loyalist Party – Delaware)
Senator Robert Cook (Freedom Party – Florida)
Senator Jerome Michaels (Freedom Party – Florida)
Senator Charles White (Freedom Party – Georgia)
Senator Edward Johnson (Loyalist Party – Georgia)
Senator Trevor Jamestown (Freedom Party – Hawaii Republic)
Senator Paula Georgetown (Freedom Party – Hawaii Republic)
Senator Richard Winters (Freedom Party – Idaho)
Senator Chuck Mathews (Loyalist Party – Idaho)
Senator William Brown (Freedom Party – Illinois)
Senator Barry Goldberg (Freedom Party – Illinois)
Senator John Reese (Loyalist Party – Indiana)
Senator Gregory Davids (Loyalist Party – Indiana)
Senator Patrick Mahony (Loyalist Party – Iowa)
Senator Edward Small (Loyalist Party – Iowa)
Senator Johnathan Walsh (Loyalist Party – Kansas)
Senator Kevin Harvard (Loyalist Party – Kansas)
Senator Elwood Martinez (Freedom Party – Kentucky)
Senator Orion Thompson (Freedom Party – Kentucky)
Senator Bail Canterbury (Freedom Party – Louisiana) Majority Leader/President Pro Tempore
Senator Rudolph Malone (Freedom Party – Louisiana)
Senator Max Young (Freedom Party – Maine)
Senator Douglas Bates (Freedom Party – Maine)
Senator Barbra Yellen (Loyalist Party – Maryland)
Senator Karen Jones (Loyalist Party – Maryland)
Senator Harvey Price (Freedom Party – Massachusetts)
Senator Motto Culpepper (Freedom Party – Massachusetts)
Senator Houston Schwartz (Freedom Party – Michigan)
Senator Linda Chow (Freedom Party – Michigan)
Senator Ronald Gibson (Loyalist Party – Minnesota)
Senator Leslie Davids (Loyalist Party – Minnesota)
Senator David York (Freedom Party – Mississippi)
Senator Walter Williams (Freedom Party – Mississippi)
Senator Howell Brown (Loyalist Party – Missouri)
Senator Erica Burns (Freedom Party – Missouri)
Senator Nelson Rodger (Loyalist Party – Montana) Minority Whip
Senator Richard White Feather (Loyalist Party – Montana)
Senator Linda Washington (Loyalist Party – Nebraska)
Senator Michael Reed (Loyalist Party – Nebraska) Ast Minority Leader
Senator Franklin Bird (Freedom Party – Nevada)
Senator George Waters (Freedom Party – Nevada)
Senator Douglas Howell (Freedom Party – New Hampshire)
Senator Christopher Apples (Freedom Party – New Hampshire)
Senator Alex Rutherford (Freedom Party – New Jersey)
Senator Jeffrey Adams (Loyalist Party – New Jersey)
Senator Jessie Richards (Freedom Party – New Mexico)
Senator Nemo Caprio (Freedom Party – New Mexico)
Senator Kathrine Jones (Loyalist Party – New York)
Senator Howell Jones (Loyalist Party – New York)
Senator Hannibal Georgetown (Freedom Party – North Carolina)
Senator Seth Armstrong (Freedom Party – North Carolina)
Senator Thomas Nelson (Loyalist Party – North Dakota)
Senator Norman O’Brian (Loyalist Party – North Dakota)
Senator Ryan Hollister (Loyalist Party – Ohio)
Senator Joshua King (Loyalist Party – Ohio)
Senator Fredrick Woods (Loyalist Party – Oklahoma) <Removed from Office>
Senator Buddy Moore (Freedom Party – Oklahoma)
Senator Harvard Little (Freedom Party – Oregon)
Senator Richard Masters (Freedom Party – Oregon)
Senator Maria Caprio (Freedom Party – Pennsylvania)
Senator Victor Robins (Freedom Party – Pennsylvania)
Senator Lindsey Baymen (Freedom Party – Rhode Island) Majority Whip
Senator Lynn Voorhees (Freedom Party – Rhode Island)
Senator Arnold Malone (Freedom Party – Seattle Metro)
Senator Maximilian Yates (Freedom Party – Seattle Metro)
Senator Jamie Fuller (Freedom Party – South Carolina)
Senator George Eaton (Freedom Party – South Carolina)
Senator Sebastian Crawford (Loyalist Party – South Dakota)
Senator Kennith Jacobs (Loyalist Party – South Dakota)
Senator Emerson Appleton (Freedom Party – Southwest Trinity)
Senator Lesley Howard (Freedom Party – Southwest Trinity)
Senator Ronald Jamestown (Freedom Party – Tennessee)
Senator Tennessee Georgetown (Freedom Party – Tennessee)
Senator Buck Howard (Freedom Party – Texas)
Senator Jim Johnson (Loyalist Party – Texas)
Senator Richard Levi (Loyalist Party – Utah)
Senator Paul Dickinson (Loyalist Party – Utah)
Senator Wesley Reid (Freedom Party – Vermont)
Senator Douglas Perkins (Freedom Party – Vermont)
Senator Chadwick Jamestown (Freedom Party – Virginia)
Senator Winston Morris (Freedom Party – Virginia)
Senator Franklin Little (Freedom Party – Washington)
Senator Jamie Georgetown (Freedom Party – Washington) Ast Majority Leader
Senator Luis Howard (Loyalist Party – West Virginia) Minority Leader
Senator Jack Whitefield (Freedom Party – West Virginia)
Senator Daniel Birch (Loyalist Party – Wisconsin)
Senator River Broderick (Loyalist Party – Wisconsin)
Senator Marcy Downs (Loyalist Party – Wyoming)
Senator Eric Sounds (Loyalist Party – Wyoming)
Total Senators: 103
Total Freedom Party: 61
Total Loyalist Party: 40
Total Independents: 2