President Fillmore's first term:
Issue 1: Indian Removal Act
The president wants to resolve. War Secretary Clay spends 2 IP to do so, giving 2 IP to Dan not to cancel it with the Supreme Court.
Public support 2 to C (6C). 3 IP to Fillmore. Popularity gain of 1 for Fillmore and Clay.
Issue 2: State Admission for Florida (FL - 3 votes)
The president spends 1 IP to admit.
Fillmore earns 1 popularity. The state takes its place adjacent to Georgia and Alabama.
Issue 3: Webster-Ashburton Treaty
Secretary of State Van Buren is willing to solve, spending 1 IP
Popularity gain of 1 for Fillmore and Van Buren.
Event: The Hand of Time
War Secretary Clay dies, earning 9 points for El. The office is taken by Zachary Taylor.
Issue 4: Oregon Treaty
This is the last card in the Era C issues deck. The president would like to solve this and Secretary of State Van Buren is amenable, spending 3 IP with 1 IP from the president to fight for the 54th parallel.
Popularity gain of 2 for Fillmore and Van Buren.
Charles on behalf of Secretary Lincoln adds the revenue amount, 24, to reserves, which are now at (-139). Since reserves are lower than -100, there is an Economic Crisis Check. As a result, the President loses 3 popularity and his party loses 3 Public support (3C).
Conservative: Millard Fillmore
Liberal: Martin Van Buren
Van Buren: James Buchanan
Fillmore: Jefferson Davis
Van Buren PA
Van Buren MD
Van Buren VA
Fillmore can no longer place
Van Buren NJ
Van Buren DE
Van Buren can no longer place
Van Buren-Buchanan: 140
President Fillmore is elected in his own right. His card gets 3 popularity and an elected marker.
Jefferson Davis is elected vice president and receives 1 popularity.
THE END OF THE GAME
Additional points from popularity on statesmen at the end: