Rules: London Mayor NPC Primary

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Rules: London Mayor NPC Primary

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Rules: NPC Primary for London Mayor

So, you want to be Mayor of London? Poor sod. Sadiq Khan is stepping down as Mayor which means we have a vacancy for candidate in each side. We'll be filling those vacancies with player primaries. The primary will be a campaigning period spanning four days in Q1 of 2020, these four days are the 22nd to the 25th May with a pair of results the next day. Players may nominate a real candidate with the deadline for registration being the end of Q4 2019 in this thread: viewtopic.php?f=100&t=727. 2 players nominations will be enough for them to reach the ballot. It's an ooc nomination so your character won't get attacked if you nominate someone not in keeping with your personal platform.

Players are permitted to set up a shared press office for the NPC's campaign, but it should be marked with a "[multi]" in its title. For example if I were supporting NPC Sadiq Khan I would use this title: "Press Office of Sadiq Khan [Multi]". This is just so that the admins can keep track of which characters are primary characters and which are multis. You can use these press offices to post campaign materials, talk to local party branches, and hold campaign events. At the start of the campaign there will be some polling released for party members in the polling thread, at the end of Day 2 there will be some more polls for the second half of the campaign. Election results will be announced on the 26th May.
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Supplemental to the above. Your characters can endorse and depending on how senior they are, and how liked in your London parties, it will have an impact on the race.
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