Jaxon Leith

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Jaxon Leith

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Nationality Flag-USA.jpg American
Date of birth 14 May 2009
Date of death 2011
Sex Male
Newspaper The Amerimaxx Statesman
US Ambassador of Canada
May 27th, 2009 – June 27th, 2009
US Ambassador of Norway
July 20, 2009 – September 2009 (est)
Party president of Conservative Victory Party
August 15, 2009 – September 2009
Preceded by Ajay Bruno
Military rank Icon rank Captain**.png Captain**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Jaxon Leith was a citizen of the USA. Jaxon was born on day 541 of the New World.

Political Work


Jaxon Leith began his political career by joining the Conservative Party and running for the Tennessee congressional seat. While the vote was originally close, the day progressed and Jaxon received only 7 of 48 votes. Future congressional runs were planned.

Leith had planned a second run in West Virginia for the June 2009 Congress, but upon leaving the Conservative Party, he also left the race for that seat.

Conservative Party

Jaxon Leith also worked with the Conservative Party itself, especially in the area of communication and technology. Jaxon created and handled the Party's new mailing list. He was appointed by incoming party president Mattoze5 to the Conservative Party's council as technology adviser.

Jaxon Leith resigned this position upon leaving the party due to the actions of fellow party member Ajay Bruno. Leith moved to the Federalist Party for a short time before joining Conservative Victory Party.

Conservative Victory Party

Jaxon Leith was running for the party president position of the Conservative Victory Party. His timeless slogan, "I would like to apply for the party president position," has captivated the hearts of many. He aimed to unseat Ajay Bruno, party president at the time, and he managed after he won the elections.

Foreign Policy Work

Jaxon Leith has served as the US Ambassador to Canada and helped to negotiate some parts of the early Fortis talks.

Later on, Leith serves as the US Ambassador to Norway.


Jaxon Leith served in the National Guard and US Air Force.


The Amerimaxx Statesman is the newspaper owned and published by Jaxon Leith.