Addison Dillon

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Addison Dillon
Self-portrait, circa 2022
2nd President of Neptunia
Assumed office:
15 August 2021
Vice President Ayden Pierce
May Cambridge
Predecessor Raphaël Olivier
1st Vice President of Neptunia
In office:
7 August 2021 - 15 August 2021
President Raphaël Olivier
Predecessor Office established
Successor Ayden Pierce
4th & 6th Prime Minister of Aswington
In office:
1st time: 25 June 2020 - 25 February 2021
2nd time: 28 July 2021 - present
President Juan Cisneros
Predecessor 1st time: Babou Chkaya
2nd time: Sander Koff
Successor 1st time: Sander Koff
Chief Minister of Pontunia
Assumed office:
9 November 2021
King Andrew I of Pontunia
Holy Leader of Pontunia Demetrius
Edmund
Predecessor Alexandre Olivier
Senator from the Province of Limerick
Assumed office:
19 April 2022
President Adam Flannery
Andrew Brotherton
President of the Senate Andrew Brotherton
Sean Dunkerque
Predecessor Seat established
Personal information
Father Jeraby Dillon
Mother Kia Calderon-Dillon
Born 21 March 2006 (2006-03-21) (age 16)
Vancouver, Washington, United States
Political party Neptunia Alliance 21
Austenasia Alliance
w:United States Democratic
Religion Reform Judaism

Addison Brooklyn Dillon (born 21 March 2006), known as Lady Addison Dillon, Baroness of Blue Ridge in Austenasia, is an American micronationalist, political commentator, musician, and voting rights activist who is the 2nd president of Neptunia having been democratically elected to the position in August 2021. Other notable positions include Member of the Riveri National Assembly from Ellisine, Secretary of Justice of West River, Princess of Malinovia, Prime Minister of Aswington, and Member of the National Congress in Georgienstine. She discovered the MicroWiki community in early 2018 through a YouTube comment and through her position as Princess of Malinovia.

She was formerly a delegate for Florania in the Cupertino Alliance and Grand Unified Micronational. After Florania's dissolution she was put in charge of Bonumland and began focusing on Bonumlandian domestic affairs. She hosted the December 2020 U5 Summit as President and was a leading figure in the monarchization of Bonumland. She likely had activity in micronationalism before 2018 with the now-defunct Kingdom of Dillonia (the predecessor of the modern-day State of Malinovia). In 2021, she created the Commonwealth of Neptunia, and dissolved Bonumland.

In macronational politics, Dillon is frequently engaged in state and local politics. In 2021, she ghostwrote a bill for the Georgia General Assembly, which passed the Senate, the House of Representatives, and was signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp. She is a member of the Sunrise Movement. She politically self-identifies as a progressive, a leftist, and a socialist. She is eligible to apply for Mexican citizenship through her mother. She currently resides in north-central Georgia, United States.

In September 2021, she formally announced her candidacy for Skamania County Commissioner in 2024, to run against incumbent Republican Tom Lannen.[1]

In December 2021, she will make her theatrical debut with her portrayal of Violet Beauregarde in her school's rendition of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Furthermore, in 2022, she will make her film debut portraying Agent James Wells - the title character in Agents of Young, an independent feature film, for which she also serves as the director.

Micronational career

Neptunia

Electoral history

2021
Neptunian presidential election, 2021
Party Candidate Votes %
Alliance 21 Addison Dillon 5 46.7%
Independent Raphaël Olivier 4 33.3%
Democratic Workers' Benjamin Pickles 3 25.0%
Total votes 12 100.0%

Austenasia

Electoral history

2021
Blue Ridge local election, January 2021
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Lady Addison Dillon 2 66.7%
N/A Abstain 1 33.3%
Total votes 3 100.0%

Macronational career

Electoral history

2018

WRMS Student Council Secretary election, October 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Addison Dillon 37 60.7%
Nonpartisan Zaida Smith 24 29.3%
Total votes 61 100.0%

2019

WFHS Student Council President election, November 2019
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Fisher Peacock 160 50.0%
Nonpartisan Addison Dillon 101 31.6%
Nonpartisan Keegan Otteni 26 8.1%
Nonpartisan Joseph Flannigan 18 5.6%
Nonpartisan Caroline Nesmith 15 4.7%
Total votes 320 100.0%
WFHS Student Council President election second round, November 2019
Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Fisher Peacock 171 53.4%
Nonpartisan Addison Dillon 149 46.6%
Total votes 320 100.0%

Quotes

No matter how many times I break down, there is always a little piece of me that says... no. You're not done yet. Get back up and do what you do best.

— 2021

Be brave and let go of the past. Fight for the present that you deserve. A better future is always yours.

— 2021

Appreciate the challenges that you are facing right now; for, like the butterfly, you shall soon emerge from it better, stronger, and more beautiful.

— 2021

References

  1. "Addison Dillon (Addison B. Dillon), 2024". Washington Public Disclosure Commission. Retrieved 29 September 2021.