Motto: Defending Freedom, Advancing Conservatism!
Vice Chairman: Abundance and Cherries
Recruitment Officer: TBA 4/27
9 of 20 seats (2 away from majority)
Welcome to the hub of the Conservative Party, the oldest and greatest party in the Federation of Conservative Nations! We are historically the largest and most successful political party within the Federation, and are dedicated to the advancement of the region and the safeguarding of conservative principles, such as small government, free markets, individual liberty, and national sovereignty for nations in our region. For more info you can check out our official party platform here.
To join our party, telegram Chairman Jakobly and join our party discord server. We accept most right-leaning people, but we tend to uphold democracy and are more welcoming to supporters of freedom and liberty. Fascism, with its anti-conservative bent and similarities to leftism, is not welcome.
Current Government Officials (appointed April 2019)
WA Delegate: Libervalley
Secretary of War: Furbish Islands
Deputy Secretary of Internal Affairs: New Waldensia
Chief Justice: Bamgo
Conservative Party Political Compass Test chart
Several of our members have taken the PoliticalCompass.org test, and the chart below shows how our party members rank:
N New Waldensia: 8.6, 1.4
G Gagium: 8.3, 2.8
L Libervalley: 7.7, .6
M Mackozi: 5.38, 2.31
K Krankriet: 4.63, 4.51
Fl Fluvannia: 4.13, -1.79
Fi Furbish Islands: 3.0, -2.31
J Jakobly: 0.13, -0.82
B Boddastan: 0.75, -3.18
R The Rouge Christmas State: 2.5, 1.23
Dx Draxdonia: 1.63, -0.41
I Ibenta: -0.13, -1.03
TS The Sentic: -5.25, -0.77
A Abundance and Cherries: 1.5, -1.08
C Castorin: 1.63, 6.26
BG Barry Goldwater The Ghost: -0.75, -1.33
AtAeternitatia: 3.25, -2.46
As more Party members take the test and send or post their results, they will be added to this chart.
CURRENT PARTY MEMBERS:
Abundance and Cherries
Barry Goldwater The Ghost
The Rouge Christmas State
View the electoral history of the FCN Conservative Party at this link.
Canidates for July 2019 Election:
Primaries will be July 7 (Senate Speaker) and 8 (President)