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Brian Williams: Welcome back to the American Broadcasting System's coverage of the 2010 Federal Elections. With 33 seats in the Senate and the whole House of Commons up for elections, it's sure to get heated. Here's the current House makeup:

Liberal Party: 218 Seats
Conservative Party: 153 Seats
Progressive Union: 39 Seats
National Party: 25 Seats

And as the clock strikes 10 PM, we can now release the results of our exit poll:

Liberal Party: 166 Seats
Conservative Party: 205 Seats
Progressive Union: 39 Seats
National Party: 25 Seats

The exit poll shows a Hung Parliament with the Conservatives as the largest party. Will this stay true? We'll find out as the night goes on. Will Nancy Pelosi retain her position for another term? Will John Boehner regain 1651 Penn for the Tories? We'll find out, after these messages.

Presidents of the Union of America
1. George Washington (Federalist) 1789-1799
2. Thomas Jefferson (Whig) 1799-1826
3. Henry Clay (Conservative) 1826-1852
4. Franklin Pierce (Whig) 1852-1869
5. Ulysses Grant (Liberal) 1869-1885
6. Grover Cleveland (Conservative) 1896-1908
7. William Taft (Conservative 1908-1930

8. Al Smith (Liberal) 1930-1945
9. Harry Truman (Liberal) 1945-1972

10. Richard Nixon (Conservative) 1972-1994
11. Mario Cuomo (Liberal) 1994-Present

Prime Ministers of the Union of America
1. Ben Franklin (Independent) 1789-1795
2. Alexander Hamilton (Federalist) 1795-1800
3. James Madison (Whig) 1800-1810
4. James Monroe (Whig) 1810-1814
5. Henry Clay (Whig) 1814-1820
6. William Crawford (Whig) 1820-1825

7. John Quincy Adams (Conservative) 1825-1830
8. Andrew Jackson (Whig) 1830-1840
9. Martin Van Buren (Whig) 1841
10. James Polk (Whig) 1841-1845

11. Daniel Webster (Conservative) 1845-1850
12. James Buchanan (Whig) 1850-1855
13. Stephen Douglas (Whig) 1855-1860

14. Abraham Lincoln (Liberal-Whig) 1860-1865
15. Andrew Johnson (Whig) 1865-1868
16. James Blaine (Liberal) 1868-1875
17. Samuel Tilden (Conservative) 1875-1880
18. John Sherman (Liberal) 1880-1885
19. Grover Cleveland (Conservative) 1885-1886
20. John Carlisle (Conservative) 1886-1890
21. Thomas Reed (Conservative) 1890-1900
22. Teddy Roosevelt (Conservative) 1900-1910

23. Champ Clark (Liberal) 1910-1915
24. Woodrow Wilson (Liberal) 1915-1920

25. Calvin Coolidge (Conservative) 1920-1930
26. Franklin Roosevelt (Liberal) 1930-1945
27. Sam Rayburn (Liberal) 1945-1950

28. Dwight Eisenhower (Conservative) 1950-1960
29. John Kennedy (Liberal) 1960-1963
30. Lyndon Johnson (Liberal) 1963-1970

31. Richard Nixon (Conservative) 1970-1972
32. Gerald Ford (Conservative) 1972-1975

33. Ed Muskie (Liberal) 1975-1980
34. Ronald Reagan (Conservative) 1980-1990
35. Tom Foley (Liberal) 1990-1995
36. Newt Gingrich (Conservative) 1995-2005
37. Nancy Pelosi (Liberal) 2005-Present
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37th Cabinet of the American Union (Liberal)

Prime Minister: The Rt. Hon. Nancy Pelosi MH
Deputy Prime Minister: The Rt. Hon. Steny Hoyer MH

Chancellor of the Exchequer: The Rt. Hon. Chris Van Hollen MH
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: The Rt. Hon. Joseph Biden MS
Secretary of State for the Home Department: The Rt. Hon. Cedric Richmond MH

Secretary of State for Defence: The Rt. Hon. Adam Smith MH
Secretary of State for Justice: The Rt. Hon. Zoe Lofgren MH
Secretary of State for Health: The Rt. Hon. Bobby Scott MH
Secretary of State for Work & Pensions: The Rt. Hon. Thomas Harkin MS
Secretary of State for International Development: The Rt. Hon. Brad Sherman MH
Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities, & Skills: The Rt. Hon. Martin Heinrich MS
Secretary of State for Children, Schools, & Families: The Rt. Hon. Patty Murray MS
Secretary of State for State Relations: The Rt. Hon. Steve Israel MH
Secretary of State for Transport: The Rt. Hon. Richard Larsen MH
Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change: The Rt. Hon. Bobby Rush MH
Secretary of State for the Environment, Food, & Rural Affairs: The Rt. Hon. Tom Udall MS
Ministers Without Portfolio: The Rt. Hon. James Clyburn MH and The Rt. Hon. Harry Reid MS
Leader of the House of Representatives: The Rt. Hon. Steny Hoyer MH
Leader of the Senate: The Rt. Hon. Barack Obama MS

Leader of the Liberal Party: The Rt. Hon. Nancy Pelosi MS
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party: The Rt. Hon. Steny Hoyer MH
Chief Whip in the House of the Liberal Party: The Rt. Hon. James Clyburn MH
Chief Whip in the Senate of the Liberal Party: The Rt. Hon Harry Reid MS
Chairman of the Liberal Party: The Rt. Hon. Steve Israel MH

37th Shadow Cabinet of the American Union (Conservative)

Leader of the Opposition: The Rt. Hon. John Boehner MH
Deputy Leader of the Opposition: The Hon. Kevin McCarthy MH

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer: The Hon. Paul Ryan MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: The Hon. Bob Corker MS
Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department: The Hon. Peter King MH

Shadow Secretary of State for Defence: The Hon. John McCain MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice: The Hon. Bob Goodlatte MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Health: The Hon. Charles Boustany MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Work & Pensions: The Hon. John Isakson MS
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development: The Hon. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities, & Skills: The Hon. John Kline MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools, & Families: The Hon. Lamar Alexander MS
Shadow Secretary of State for State Relations: The Hon. Lynn Jenkins MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport: The Hon. Bill Shuster MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change: The Hon. Lisa Murkowski MS
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food, & Rural Affairs: The Hon. Roger Wicker MS
Shadow Ministers Without Portfolio: The Hon. Cathy McMorris Rodgers MH and The Hon. Mitch McConnell MS
Shadow Leader of the House of Representatives: The Hon. Kevin McCarthy MH
Shadow Leader of the Senate: The Hon. John Thune MS

Leader of the Conservative Party: The Rt. Hon Hon. John Boehner MH
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party: The Hon. Kevin McCarthy MH
Chief Whip in the House of the Conservative Party: The Hon. Cathy McMorris Rodgers MH
Chief Whip in the Senate of the Conservative Party: The Hon. Mitch McConnell MS
Chairman of the Conservative Party: The Hon. Greg Walden MH

Progressive Party Frontbench

Leader of the Progressive Party: The Rt. Hon. Elizabeth Warren MS

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer: The Hon. Bernard Sanders MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: The Hon. Karen Bass MH
Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department: The Hon. Brian Higgins MH

Shadow Secretary of State for Defence: The Hon. Seth Moulton MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice: The Hon. John Conyers MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Health: The Hon. Rush Holt MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Work & Pensions: The Hon. Barbara Mikulski MS
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development: The Hon. Patrick Leahy MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities, & Skills: The Hon. Grace Napolitano MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools, & Families: The Hon. Grace Napolitano MH
Shadow Secretary of State for State Relations: The Hon. Charles Schumer MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport: The Hon. Eleanor Holmes Norton MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change: The Hon. Raul Grijalva MH
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food, & Rural Affairs: The Hon. Raul Grijalva MS
Shadow Ministers Without Portfolio: The Hon. Barbara Lee MH and The Hon. Mazie Hirono MS
Shadow Leader of the House of Representatives: The Hon. Keith Ellison MH
Shadow Leader of the Senate: The Hon. Brian Schatz MS

Leader of the Progressive Party: The Rt. Hon. Elizabeth Warren MS
Deputy Leader of the Progressive Party: The Hon. Keith Ellison MH
Chief Whip in the House of the Progressive Party: The Hon. Barbara Lee MH
Chief Whip in the Senate of the Progressive Party: The Hon. Mazie Hirono MS
Chair of the Progressive Party: The Hon. Judy Chu MH

National Party Frontbench

Leader of the National Party: The Rt. Hon. Ted Cruz MS

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer: The Hon. Jeff Sessions MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: The Hon. Ed Royce MH
Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department: The Hon. Marco Rubio MS

Shadow Secretary of State for Defence: The Hon. Ron Johnson MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice: The Hon. Mike Lee MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Health: The Hon. David Vitter MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Work & Pensions: The Hon. Tom Price MH
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development: The Hon. Jerry Moran MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities, & Skills: The Hon. Tom Coburn MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools, & Families: The Hon. Raul Labrador MH
Shadow Secretary of State for State Relations: The Hon. Tim Scott MS
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport: The Hon. Mark Sanford MH
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change: The Hon. Jim Inhofe MS
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food, & Rural Affairs: The Hon. Tim Huelskamp MH
Shadow Ministers Without Portfolio: The Hon. Diane Black MH and The Hon. Rand Paul MS
Shadow Leader of the House of Representatives: The Hon. Michele Bachmann MH
Shadow Leader of the Senate: The Hon. George Allen MS

Leader of the National Party: The Rt. Hon. Ted Cruz MS
Deputy Leader of the National Party: The Hon. Michele Bachmann MH
Chief Whip in the House of the National Party: The Hon. Diane Black MH
Chief Whip in the Senate of the National Party: The Hon. Rand Paul MS
Chair of the National Party: The Hon. Jim Jordan MH
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« Reply #2 on: April 20, 2015, 12:57:31 pm »
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Williams: As a quick reminder, this has been a relatively quiet election season since Prime Minister Pelosi got a writ of election and dissolution of Parliament in April. The party leaders have debated each other twice, with a victory for Boehner in both, and three debates for the "Great  Offices" of Chancellor, Foreign, and Home. We'll show some clips tonight, but first, the traditional first constituency results from Concord and Sullivan and Manchester.

Daniel Bowden:  I, Daniel Gregory Bowden, the Acting Returning Officer for the Concord and Sullivan Constituency, hereby give notice that Ann McLane Kuster has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Concord and Sullivan Constituency.

James Ashcroft: I, James Bo Ashcroft, the Acting Returning Officer for the Manchester Constituency, hereby give notice that Francis Guinta has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Manchester Constituency.

Williams: With the first result of the night, we have a Liberal Hold and a Conservative Gain. New Hampshire Province is also holding a Senate election, where Provincial Justice Secretary Kelly Ayotte is facing off against former MH Paul Hodes to replace Senator Judd Gregg. We'll be back soon with more results, right after this.
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« Reply #3 on: April 20, 2015, 02:15:47 pm »
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I enjoy this TL.
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« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2015, 07:51:37 pm »
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It's always funny to see prefixes like "The Right Honorable" used in front of American politicians. Interesting TL.
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« Reply #6 on: April 21, 2015, 04:28:16 pm »
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Williams: We're back at the 12 AM EDT hour, the "halfway point" of the night. Most, if not all, of the seats in the East and Central time zones have declared or are in recounts. Here are some of tonights highlights.

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Suzanne Hartman:  I, Suzanne Natalie Hartman, the Acting Returning Officer for the Springfield and Hamilton Constituency, hereby give notice that John Andrew Boehner has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Springfield and Hamilton Constituency.

Mary Cohen:  I, Mary Danielle Cohen, the Acting Returning Officer for the West Virginia South Constituency, hereby give notice that Evan Hollin Jenkins has been duly elected to the House of Commons for West Virginia South Constituency.

Doug Ramirez:  I, Douglas Stephen Ramirez, the Acting Returning Officer for the Bowie Constituency, hereby give notice that Steny Hamilton Hoyer has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Bowie Constituency.

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Williams: There you have it, those highlights were Opposition Leader Boehner and Deputy Prime Minister Hoyer retaining their seats. Also included was the defeat of former Environment Secretary Nick Rahall by Provincial Assemblyman Evan Jenkins. Rahall has served in the House of Commons since the 1975 elections, making him the longest tenured incumbent to lose his seat. Here's where our parties stand at this point of the night.

Conservative Party: 184
Liberal Party: 106
Progressive Union: 22
National Party: 22

And the Liberal Party is taking a shellacking at the hands of the Conservative Party, however, Liberal and Progressive bastions such as California and the Pacific Northwest have not yet closed or declared.
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Williams: Welcome back. It's 3 AM, and we still are waiting for the final results from Alaska and Hawaii, which I'm told are ready now. Let's cut to them.

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Vaughn Jenkins:  I, Vaughn Samwell Jenkins, the Acting Returning Officer for the Alaska Constituency, hereby give notice that Donald Edwin Young has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Alaska Constituency.

Cassandra Holverson:  I, Cassandra Annette Holverson, the Acting Returning Officer for the Honolulu Constituency, hereby give notice that Neil Abercrombie has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Honolulu Constituency.

Heather Pearman:  I, Heather Tilda Pearman, the Acting Returning Officer for the Kauai and Maui Constituency, hereby give notice that Tulsi Gabbard has been duly elected to the House of Commons for Kauai and Maui Constituency.

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Williams: And with those, we are finished with House of Commons decelerations. Here's the final standings.



Conservative Party: 224 Seats
Liberal Party: 148 Seats
Progressive Union: 39 Seats
National Party: 25 Seats

The Conservative Party and Opposition Leader John Boehner will be headed back in to Government. Excuse me, I'm getting a notification that the Senate counts are ready. Your local station will direct you to your counts, so I'll see you back in a minute or two.

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You're watching WMAS, Massachusetts's ABS Affiliate.

Brent Saunders: I, Brenton Michael Saunders, the Acting Returning Officer for the Province of Massachusetts, hereby give notice that Willard Mitt Romney has been duly elected to the Senate for the Province of Massachusetts.

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Williams: And welcome back. The Senate has been decided, with shocking victories and defeats, such as Mitt Romney's narrow defeat of Progressive Party Leader John Kerry. Here's the final seating of the Senate.



Conservative Party: 48 Seats
Liberal Party: 23 Seats
Progressive Union: 13 Seats
National Party: 16 Seats

And there you have it. A Conservative Government with a Majority in the House and a Minority in the Senate. That's all for tonight, I'm Brian Williams, and I'll see you all later. Good night.
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« Reply #8 on: April 22, 2015, 04:22:14 pm »
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How'd you make the graphics?  Paint?  Or is there some other program?
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