Conservative Party and Pioneer Politics
Angelini joined the Conservative Party (CvP) in March 2009. Albeit interested in the world of politics, she did not get deeply involved in the beginning. However, she grew dissatisfied with the leadership at the time and in April of 2009, she left the Conservative Party.
A handful of other Conservative Party members joined her and they created the People's Interest Party. It was a short-lived endeavor, however, and with newly elected Conservative Party President Mattoze5 in place, Angelini returned. During the next couple of months, Angelini served on the Conservative Council and held a number of jobs for the party. These included New Member Coordinator, Head Recruiter, and Party Whip.
In November 2009, long time party adviser Cromstar won the Conservative Party Presidency and asked Angelini to serve as his Vice President. She served in this role for Cromstar from November 15th through April 14th. During this time the party name changed from the Conservative Party to the Democratic Republicans.
On April 2010, Angelini ran as the VP candidate of Bradley Reala. This was not a successful attempt.
On April 15, 2010, Angelini ran for the President of the Democratic Republicans. Despite help from American Anti-Take Over groups, she lost the election to a Hungarian PTOer named Vareyz. After ensuring as many members as possible were moved from the Democratic Republics into the United Independents Party, she joined leaders from the American Advancement Party and the United States Workers Party. She later assisted in the creation of the American Progressive Front. Shortly after the APF was formed and stable, Angelini moved on to the Federalist Party. She is currently serving as a member of the Federalist Party.
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On May 27, 2010, Angelini officially announced her intention to run for President of the United States through her newspaper, Klondike Express. In an article titled Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You, But What You Can Do For Your Country, she stated:
I asked myself this question, and the answer I gave was short and rather simple: I believe that I can lead this country. So today, I am announcing my intention to run for the office of the President of the United States of America
On May 29, 2010, she announced that Devan Kronos was to be her VP Candidate.
Much to her regret, Angelini withdrew her presidential bid on June 3, 2010, much to the dismay of her followers' Colin Lantrip. Running alongside Mr. Colin Lantrip as his Vice President, Angelini hoped to contribute her wealth of knowledge of politics and military relations she has achieved through her long Citizen life. Unfortunately, this was not meant to be, as Chocolate McSkittles became President of the United States on June 5th.. She then endorsed presidential hopeful
In March of 2009, Angelini, aspiring to a life of service to her country, joined the National Guard. She completed training and became the Commanding Officer (CO) of the National Guard Second Division, Fourth Platoon, also known as "The Roughnecks".
Later, in April 2009, she was promoted to Captain and assigned as the Aide to the Executive Officer (XO) of the Branch. She exhibited great promised and excellent leadership skills thus earning a quick promotion to Colonel that same month. As Colonel, she served as the Director of Education for the National Guard Second Division.
In June 2009, Angelini was promoted to Lieutenant General serving as the Executive Officer of the newly named United States Training Division.
Angelini was promoted to General of the United States Training Division in September 2009. Whilst in command, she proved that she was a radical and reforming leader. She closed the Training Division and commandeered a massive restructure and reform project. The branch reopened in October of 2009 and was renamed the United States Training Corps. Angelini has stated that when she opened the Training Corps she "I had one dream, one driving force, and that was to see the Training Corps become a respected member of the United States Military." She served as leader and Commanding Officer of the Training Corps until her retirement on February 8, 2010.
As a thank you to her service to the Training Corps, then Corporal Roger Deborde, with the input of Commanding Officer Morrigan Alexandros, presented Angelini with a plaque thanking her for her service and leadership.
MarinesUnited States Marine Corps. She was assigned to Alpha Company, First Platoon, The Death Guard. In June of 2010 she was promoted to Sergeant, and made the executive officer of The Death Guard, under Lieutenant Dczip.
In August of 2010, Angelini became the Commanding Officer of Charlie Company, First Platoon, Teshubs Hand. The move brought with it the promotion to Lieutenant.
In late September 2010, the Corps was going through major changes and restructuring. When the dust settled, Angelini found herself a newly promoted Major serving as the Executive Officer for Charlie Company.
- Joint Chiefs of Staff Ribbon (with silver star)
- Marine Corps Officer Ribbon
- National Guard Officer Ribbon (DEFUNCT)
- Training Corps Officer Ribbon - 9 months
- Level 4 Commendation Ribbon
- Training Division/National Guard 2nd Division Graduation Ribbon (DEFUNCT)
- Operation Taco Bell
- USA-Russia War
- Operation Turkish Delight
- World War III
- Operation Frostbite Ivan
- Operation Hungary Hungary Hippos
- American Campaign in Asia
- Operation Deadcoat/FT2:Dover's Revenge
- Operation Captain Kangaroo
- Operation Three Pillars
- Operation Red Dusk
A young and idealistic Angelini met a man named Hekter, a member of the Conservative Party. during the summer of 2009. hey worked long hours making and distributing pamphlets about the idealism of an eRepublik life. They bonded over their ideas and obvious chemistry.
Albeit they had a strong chemistry and relationship, things halted when he decided to run to for President of the Philippines. He won, and their relationship took a back seat to the prospering of a nation.
In the meantime, Angelini had an ambiguous relationship of sort withwhen he was a Private and she was General of the Training Corps. It was primarily composed of lurking. But, some questions linger about the extent of their relationship and why, at one point, she kicked Andy Costello for saying that "women are crazy."
Finally, Angelini declared her true Love as Hekter and they were engaged in March 2010. Instead of a big wedding, which would have been heavily attended and cost an insurmountable amount of gold, they eloped to be Married in a small private wedding on April 16th, 2010.
On July 22nd, 2010, Hekter came down with a severe case of "Taking Your RL Back"-itis. He tragically succumbed to this sickness shortly after, leaving Angelini a Widow.
She is currently unattached.
Angelini is the Editor-in-Chief of the.
Major Joshua Hoss
|Director of Education United States National Guard 2nd (US) National Guard Division
May 2009 - June 2009
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U.S. Training Division/Corps is formed
|Executive Officer of the United States Training Corps|| Succeeded by|
|Commanding General of the United States Training Corps|| Succeeded by|
|Director of the Federalist Bureau of Investigation|| Succeeded by|