Tina Williams

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Tina Williams
President Emeritus
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2nd President of Connecticut
Assumed office:
March 2, 2009 - August 14, 2009
Preceded by: Kasey Honings
Succeeded by: Ryan Lahiff
Personal information
Born: 16 April 1992 (1992-04-16) (age 29)
Macronationality: Canadian
Micronationality New European
Political Party: N/A
Residence: Torrington, Connecticut

Tina Williams (April 16, 1992 - ) was a New European politician and President of Connecticut. She was succeded by Ryan Lahiff.

Early life

Tina Williams was born in West Winfield, New York on April 16, 1992. At some point in her life her family moved to Connecticut where they settled in a place called Torrington.

Early Micronational Career

Tina was a personal friend to the first Connecticuter President Kasey Honings, who invited her to participate in state politics. She accepted and served as the unofficial Vice President of the Connecticut Republic. Because no formal office was ever established her time as Vice President has gone unnoticed.

Presidency

Tina Williams was elected to the office of Connecticuter President on the 3rd of March 2009. President Honings left his office with great reluctance, but accepted the decsission. Hers, was historical for New Europe as well as Connecticut. She was New Europe's first woman to hold political office. She intended to keep the Connecticut political structure intact, but expand on it. And hoped that Connecticut could compete with Illinois and South Carolina on the New European industreal stage.

Instead what occured was inactivity and near collapse of the region. And so after informing the New European Emperor of her desire to resign from her office, she was replaced by the current Conntecticuter leader Ryan Lahiff.

Post Presidency

Ms. Williams now spends her time as an ordinary citizen of New Europe. Many in the government hope she returns to politics, but it is unlikely she will do so anytime soon.

Preceded by: President of Connectiut Succeded by: Connecticutian flag.png
Kasey Honings 2 March 2009 - 14 August 2009 Ryan Lahiff