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Review of chapter "Epilogue" from deathgeonous
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Ah, reading an old fav like this is just so soothing to the soul. Well, thanks for writing this, I really mean that, and goodbye for now.
Review By [deathgeonous] • Date [3 Jun 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from spk
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We're coming up on 2 years since this fantastic story was finished. Definitely hoping you'll start that sequel sometime soon. :)
Review By [spk] • Date [10 May 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from spk
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Seriously begging for that sequel!! Still one of my favorite Buffy crossovers out there. :)
Review By [spk] • Date [3 Feb 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from Seagul
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Has Road to the White House been scrapped? or is there still a possiblility of that happening?
Comments from author:
Never say never but I have yet to find a good idea to start the sequel properly. Sorry :(
Review By [Seagul] • Date [22 Dec 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from (Current Donor)vladt
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stopped by for a reread of one of my favorite tales. thank you, for a fun read.
Review By [(Current Donor)vladt] • Date [2 Sep 13] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Offers" from (Recent Donor)ElzaCBoe
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Love the story... I read it a couple of times and it never gets boring.... there is just one thing that jumped out to me today.... I could be wrong.... It's been some time since I read this story and I'm only at the 1 chapter....
I'm assuming this story is somewhere after Sam's campaign for Senator in season 4 (or whatever the hell it was in California 47th) .... and if that's so i would like to mention that Mrs. Landingham was already in the car accident....
Just so you know....
But I really love it
Review By [(Recent Donor)ElzaCBoe] • Date [24 Jan 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from deathgeonous
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No, it did not take me all day to read this fic. I reached chapter 20 when, an... emergency came up. Several craptastic hours later, and I NEEDED to come back to this fic. Well, thanks for writing this, bye for now.
Review By [deathgeonous] • Date [9 Dec 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from spk
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OMG!! Just found this final chapter and I LOVED it! Love the way you brought this part of the journey to a close and am ecstatic to see the premise for the sequel. Can't wait to read it. :)
Review By [spk] • Date [25 Jul 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from misskat
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Great story, once i started reading i couldn't stop!
Review By [misskat] • Date [21 Jul 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from BrownFinderth
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Thanks to the author for this ending and possibly new beginning of another story!!!
Review By [BrownFinderth] • Date [16 Jun 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from Jaisan
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I love this story! You did a great job with the characters, their voices and staying true to what was set up in both shows!

I keep coming back again and again to read this story. Every time I do I enjoy it just as much as I did the first time.

I can't wait to read the next installment! Thanks for the great story!
Review By [Jaisan] • Date [16 Jun 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from (Recent Donor)CaptainBoulanger
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Yeah, as someone else said, DC (the City of Washington itself) is a non-state territory of the United States (we currently have six of these), which only has a non-voting delegate. In DC's case, because it's made up of a single city, its territorial government is also the City Council, and its governor is also the Mayor. (This is not true of the other five territories, which are Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands.)

However, DC is sandwiched between the states of Maryland and Virginia, and quite a lot of people who work in DC live across the line in one of those two states (DC itself is less than 100 square miles).

As far as seats in Congress - each state has 2 senate seats, which have staggered 6 year terms, and a variable number of house seats based on population, which have 2 year terms. House seats are elected from single-seat districts in virtually all states. There is no limit to the number of terms someone may serve, nor a requirement to serve in one before the other. All elections are in even-numbered years. (There is a limit of 2 4-year terms for the President, though, but he's not a member of Congress and is elected by all the states plus DC.)
Review By [(Recent Donor)CaptainBoulanger] • Date [16 Jun 12] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Fairytale couples of Washington DC" from BuffySpear
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As long as that does not mean with the epilogue we will never see this verse again.
Comments from author:
Oh no there are still so many stories that this verse has to tell. I just felt that this story was coming to a natural end and rather than keeping Fans hanging for more give it a clean break and start the next story.
Review By [BuffySpear] • Date [15 Jun 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Fairytale couples of Washington DC" from ShalaDakiri
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1) Washington D.C. doesn't have representatives in Congress. You could have Sam's legal residence in Virginia or Maryland, though.

2) While Congressman usually refers to a member of the House of Representatives, it technically can refer to a member of either house. You don't have to start in the House of Representatives before running for Senate. The terms of service are 2 years for HoR and 6 for Senate, with a third of the Senate up for election every 2 years.

Anyway, I look forward to seeing what you do for the sequel.
Comments from author:
Thank you for the help and information. I'm glad that you have enjoyed the story and continue to enjoy the further stories and one-shots.
Review By [ShalaDakiri] • Date [15 Jun 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Fairytale couples of Washington DC" from trouvera
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Re: Your AN questions...

Washington DC does not have a senator. It's a weird thing connected to the fact that the district encompasses area in two states. There are on-again/off-again efforts to change that, but currently the have a non-voting delegate to the House of Representative and that's it.

Sam would run for senate from the state which he lists as his primary residence (most likely Virginia or Maryland - unless you have them listing their primary residence as Cleveland). There are no length of residency requirements to run and some people have relocated to a state specifically to run for a specific seat (the Clintons moved to NY after leaving the White House specifically so Hillary could run for senate there). This practice is known as "carpet-bagging", and is generally frowned on, but occasionally successful.

Last but not least, there is a requirement of being 30 years old.
Hope that helps!
Comments from author:
Thank you for all the help it's at times like this where being English is troublesome and your information has helped clarify my confusion.
Review By [trouvera] • Date [15 Jun 12] • Not Rated
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