Gubernatorial Succession Act

Gubernatorial Succession Act

PREAMBLE: The purpose of this legislation is to re-write the gubernatorial succession plan, clarifying key components and updating the line to succession with up to date placements.


SECTION 1: Should, for reasons including, but not limited to death, resignation, inability, removal from office, or simple vacancy, there is no Governor capable of discharging the duties the office of Governor of Firestone; then the individual highest on the following list, and is fully eligible and capable of handling the position of Governor of Firestone, shall become the Governor of Firestone:
i. Lieutenant Governor
ii. Speaker of the House of Representatives
iii. President Pro Tempore of the Senate
iv. Speaker Pro Tempore of the House of Representatives
v. Secretary of State
vi. Secretary of Homeland Security
vii. Attorney General
viii. Secretary of Public Safety
ix. Secretary of Commerce
x. Secretary of Health
xi. Secretary of Aviation
xii. Secretary of Transportation
xiii. Secretary of Public Works
xiv. Secretary of Boating & Waterways

SECTION 2. Should there be an occurrence where there is absolutely no individual to succeed the Governor of Firestone as defined within Section 1, gubernatorial elections are to begin immediately and the position of Governor shall remain vacant until a successor is elected.

SECTION 3: This legislation shall go into effect immediately upon passage.

SECTION 4: All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.
a. The legislation “A Bill to Establish the Gubernatorial Succession” shall be
declared null and void, found here:

Respectfully submitted to the Congress of the State of Firestone,

Chief Sponsor:
Senator, Rolerain

Speaker of the House, Virginian_State
Senator, Kerberty
FDHS SS Agent, SeanCityNavy

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