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State Employee

State Employees are a voter group.

State employees are anyone employed by the government itself, such as soldiers, law enforcers, public school teachers, and state-employed doctors and scientists. Their biggest concern is having enough funding to do their jobs, so they support government spending on any programs that hire people.


State employees can't be self employed.


The more funding put into government programs, the more people will be employed by the state. High Military Spending, a well-funded Police Force and Prisons, high Science Funding, a State Health Service, and State Schools and Technology Colleges will all create state employment opportunities.

Other Voters[]

State employees get along well with most other voters, especially the poor (who are the main beneficiaries of most government programs) and patriots and conservatives (who appreciate national security).

Pressure Groups[]

State employees don't have a lobbying group.