Alexandre Olivier

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Alexandre R. Olivier

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Portrait of Olivier
Majority Leader of the National Congress
Assumed office
11 September 2021
PresidentRaphaël Olivier
Preceded byBen Olson
In office
3 July 2020 – 7 September 2021
PresidentRaphaël Olivier
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byBen Olson
1st Chairman of the Georgienstine First Congressional Campaign Committee
Assumed office
13 November 2020
Governor of Salem
In office
25 June 2020 – 30 November 2021
Preceded byLouis de Blois
Succeeded byMay Junkin
King of the Trasonans
In office
12 May 2022 – 15 October 2022
Prime MinisterThomas Jacobs
Sean Dunkerque
Louis de Blois
Lord PalatineSean Dunkerque
Thomas Jacobs
Preceded byoffice established
Succeeded byoffice abolished (Trasona dissolves)
Secretary for Transportation
Assumed office
2 August 2021
PresidentRaphaël Olivier
Preceded byGuy Watts
Personal details
Born
Alexandre Olivier

20 September 2007 (2007-09-20) (age 15)
Mile-End, Québec, Canada
Citizenship Canada
Micronational
 Georgienstine
NationalityCanadian
Political partyGeorgienstine First
RelativesRaphaël Olivier (brother)
ResidenceRosemont–La Petite-Patrie, Québec
ReligionRoman Catholic
Military service
Allegiance Georgienstine
Years of service2018 - present
RankColonel
UnitPresidential-Guard
Battles/wars
  • Coronian Revolution
  • Rose Civil War

Alexandre R. Olivier I is a micronational politician and journalist from Québec, Canada. A member of the Georgienstine First party, he has been serving as a Representative since 2018, Congressional Majority Leader since 2020, Secretary for Transportation since 2021, Head of Homeland Security since 2021 and Governor of Salem since 2021. He is the brother of President Raphaël Olivier.

Olivier was first elected in 2018 during the first congressional election of Georgienstine (then called Coronia) and at the time was the youngest person to have ever served as a representative in the country's two-year history, this has now changed as he is now part of the older majority. He was selected as Majority Leader in 2020 and was selected as head of the Georgienstine First Congressional Campaign Committee in 2021. He has been leading the Majority Caucus since he has been chosen as Majority Leader.

Electoral history

Georgienstine

Month and Year % Olivier Largest Opponent Party % Main Opponent % Other
July 2020 57.1% Labour 28.6% 14.3%
September 2020 46.9% Movement for Socialism 28.1% 25.0%
November 2020 46.7% Movement for Socialism 30.4% 22.9%
December 2020 46.5% New Democratic Party 20.9% 30.2%
February 2021 53.5% Socialist Labour Party 30.2% 16.3%
April 2021 48.8% Socialist Labour Party 29.3% 21.9%
June 2021 47.5% Socialist Labour Party 37.5% 15.0%
August 2021 37.1% Socialist Labour Party 31.4% 17.1%
October 2021 46.9% New Progressive Party 28.1% 25.0%
December 2021 50.0% Vision Georgienstine 50.0% 0.00%
January 2022 45.9% Vision Georgienstine 48.6% 5.4%
March 2022 54.3% Vision Georgienstine 34.3% 11.4%
May 2022 59.3% Vision Georgienstine 41.7% 0.00%
July 2022 65.2% Vision Georgienstine 30.4% 4.3%
September 2022 48.5% Vision Georgienstine 33.3% 18.2%
November 2022 53.3% Vision Georgienstine 46.7% 0.00%
January 2023 n/a Vision Georgienstine n/a n/a

Valencia

Month and Year % Olivier Largest Opponent Party % Main Opponent % Other
June 2021 46.2% PDSV 46.2% 7.7%

West River (Picklesine)

Month and Year % Olivier Largest Opponent Party % Main Opponent % Other
October 2020 37.5% Mark (Green) 25% 37.5%