Florida is an original region in the United States of America. Its capital is Tallahassee.
Florida was at one time the most populous and healthiest US region, and was at one time the most populous region in the entire world. It became the US Capital during World War III when it held back the invasion and eventually acted as the launch point for successful liberation of the USA.
Productivity and Buildings
Today Florida has a lot of Fruits.
In the past Florida region had:
Florida is neighbored by following regions:
As one of the few regions with a Q5 hospital, many in the US choose Florida as their main destination to fight in times of war.
|Date Term Began||Mayor||Party|
|21 March 2008||Ron Paul||eRepublicans For Change|
|21 April 2008||Justinious Mcwalburgson III||United Constitutionalists Party|
|21 May 2008||Justinious Mcwalburgson III||United Constitutionalists Party|
|21 June 2008||Justinious Mcwalburgson III||United Constitutionalists Party|
|21 July 2008||Miguelguerin||United Constitutionalists Party|
|21 August 2008||Miguelguerin||United Constitutionalists Party|
|21 September 2008||Leo Ruby||America's Advancement Party|
The following lists the known Senators of the region:
|October 2008||Ron Paul||RfC|
|October 2009||Leo Ruby||AAP|
|November 2008||Troy Roberts||RfC|
|August 2009||Daphne Lilac||Lib|
|August 2009||Astra Kat G||USGP|
|August 2009||Josh Frost||USWP|
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