Over to @Cuthbert.
I assume using his personal influence.
Yes, thank you.
Jefferson will spend 1 IP to make a speech.
Jefferson will spend 1 IP to fund a newspaper
Jefferson will spend 1 IP to try to get support.
Yes, I’m done, sorry, forgot we could do everything at once.
Jefferson attempts to make a speech in New Jersey, trying to win over its Fedalist leaning citizens. Sadly, he badly misjudged the room, and attempted to stress the importance of free trade to a tariff loving crowd. Jefferson was ridiculed in the local papers and chased out of town. (Jefferson rolled a one on his speech).
Jefferson parlayed his mistreatment by the “devil’s of New Jersey” into additional support for the Democratic-Republican cause in Virginia (Jefferson rolled a 3 to whip up support).
Finally, Jefferson started to publish a newspaper in Carolina, the Raleigh Evening Mail.
@Ironsight, you are up next.
John Quincy Adams decides to make an important speech (using my only action card) at Boston Common railing against the fake news being published in several liberal newspapers. He gains influence from this well received speech that allows him to enlist donors to fund The Atlantic Patriot newspaper, founded by his father (place a Conservative party cube), in the hope of garnering further public support for the Federalists in the future.
No other actions so over to you @Brooski to start the bidding.
I will bid one Influence.
Now it’s @Panzeh’s bid but with only 1 cube he can’t bid. Aaron Burr will use his 2 IP for my faction bid.
This post not valid until Panzeh has a chance to determine whether he will play cards to gain IP and bid.
I’ll send Ironsight his card now. @Ironsight, what action, if any, will you take?
Sorry, no action.