Campaign

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Campaign's Government:

Campaign is a country located in North America near the United States. With the country having a population of 507,973, government is mandatory. Campaign is a democracy where the people hold the power and give consent to the government to rule the country. The democracy is and indirect or representative democracy where they elect reps. These reps are chosen by the common people who elect the President and the Congress equaling in a presidential government. Campaign is also a federal government which means the powers are divided between a central government and several local governments. Campaign believes this provides the states with some authority on what happen in the boarders of the state verses having no power to the states. The main government has the official vote on what happens what to reach that point, the states are allowed a vote. "Doing well is the result of doing good. That's what capitalism is all about." -- Ralph Waldo Emerson. This quote means a great deal to this country because we believe that being capitalist helps our people have a voice and determine their future. Being capitalist, our people are allowed to be free market and price their goods in consideration of their lives and their needs. Campaign is also a free market on all vending. With our country being mostly open to speech, diversity, and ect., we do allow the people to protest against any thoughts or ideas they have. Our protesting is not disturbing to the citizens because we allow the people to speak to government on behalf of their concerns. We provided this easy access to the people because we believe that the people have the right to speech and individualism. Not all of the protest end in the way of the people , but we try our best to accommodate to their needs to keep everyone happy.

Campaign's leading exports to Canada



  • Ores, slag & ash: $327 million
  • Fuel oil: $86 million
  • Fish & crustaceans: $48 million
  • Optical, medical & precision instruments: $5 million
  • Aircraft: $5 million
  • Precious metals: $5 million
  • Wood & semi-finished wood products: $3 million
  • Engines & turbines: $2 million
  • Automobiles: $2 million
  • Iron & steel tubes, pipes & sheets: $2 million
  • Electric motors & generators: $1 million
  • Hoists, derricks & lifting equipment: $1 million
  • Animal or vegetable fats, oils & waxes: $1 million
  • http://can-am.gc.ca/business-affaires/fact_sheets-fiches_documentaires/ak.aspx?lang=eng



Campaign's leading imports from Canada



  • Fuel oil: $250 million
  • Ores, slag & ash: $90 million
  • Iron & steel tubes, pipes & sheets: $21 million
  • Engines & turbines: $16 million
  • Boilers & parts: $15 million
  • Optical, medical & precision instruments: $10 million
  • Fertilizers: $9 million
  • Natural gas & other gases: $6 million
  • Heating, cooling & refrigeration equipment: $6 million
  • Aircraft: $6 million
  • Salt, sulfur, earth & stone, lime & cement: $5 million
  • Furniture & bedding: $5 million
  • Compressors & pumps: $5 million
  • http://can-am.gc.ca/business-affaires/fact_sheets-fiches_documentaires/ak.aspx?lang=eng



Facts about Campaign-

Mountains

Of the 20 highest peaks in the United States, 17 are in Alaska. Denali, the highest peak in North America, is 20,320 ft. above sea level. Denali, the Indian name for the peak, means "The Great One."

Water Bodies

The Yukon River, almost 2,000 miles long, is the third longest river in the U.S. There are more than 3,000 rivers in Alaska and over 3 million lakes. The largest, Lake Iliamna, encompasses over 1,000 square miles.

Glaciers

Alaska has an estimated 100,000 glaciers, ranging from tiny cirque glaciers to huge valley glaciers. There are more active glaciers and ice fields in Alaska than in the rest of the inhabited world. The largest glacier is the Malaspina at 850 square miles. Five percent of the state, or 29,000 square miles, is covered by glaciers.

Volcanoes

There are more than 70 potentially active volcanoes in Alaska. Several have erupted in recent times. The most violent volcanic eruption of the century took place in 1912 when Novarupta Volcano erupted, creating the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes which is now part of Katmai National Park.

Earthquakes

On March 27, 1964, North America’s strongest recorded earthquake, with a moment magnitude of 9.2, rocked central Alaska. Each year Alaska has approximately 5,000 earthquakes, including 1,000 that measure above 3.5 on the Richter scale. Of the ten strongest earthquakes ever recorded in the world, three have occurred in Alaska.

Transportation

Leader of Campaign:

David H. Bieter

David H Bieter was elected president in 2010. In our country, the presidents are allowed to hold office for 5 to 10 years. With this, every five years the people of the country vote on their opinion to keep the president in office or not. Bieter was just reelected for his second term. Every five years if they deny the president to continue, they will hold auditions for the president position. Only two people are chosen out of whatever amount auditions, but those two people are then voted upon by the people.

Iron Dog

Friday, March 11th, 9pm

New York, Campaign

An exiting event for over 30 years ,and one of the main campaign event,the Iron Dog race, formerly known as the Iron Dog Gold Rush Classic, is still the world's longest and toughest snowmobile race covering 2,000 miles from New York to Nome to Fairbanks.

Enemies:

Spain

Mexico

Brazil

Australia

Allies:

Russia

China

Germany

Israel