Vote for Your New Mayor

As the Ethos Roleplay server gears up for a new mayoral campaign, it’s time for citizens to decide who will lead their city into the future. This year, the campaign process and timing have been updated, so it’s important to stay informed on how to participate and make your voice heard.

First and foremost, the election process will now take place in-character (IC) between Friday Prime and Sunday Prime (12th Feb). This means that all candidates will have until that point to campaign and persuade voters to cast their ballots in their favor.

If you’re running for mayor, it’s time to up your campaign game! This could mean creating a campaign video, designing posters, or any other material that will help you stand out from the competition. Don’t forget to post your campaign materials in #los-santos-post so that all citizens can see what you have to offer.

But how exactly will the voting process take place? While we don’t have all the details yet, the Ethos Roleplay team will keep citizens updated as the election draws closer. What we do know is that this year’s voting will be entirely IC, so make sure to brush up on your roleplaying skills and be ready to engage with candidates in-character.

So, why should you vote? The mayor of Ethos plays a crucial role in shaping the city and making important decisions that affect all citizens. This includes everything from infrastructure and public safety to taxes and local policies. By casting your ballot, you have a say in who will lead the city and make these crucial decisions.

It’s important to note that the mayoral campaign and election process is just one way to get involved in the Ethos Roleplay community. Whether you’re interested in politics or not, there are countless ways to engage with other players and make your mark on the city. From starting a business to joining a gang or participating in community events, there’s always something happening in Ethos.

So, get ready to cast your ballot and make your voice heard in this year’s mayoral election. With so much at stake, it’s up to every citizen to play their part in shaping the future of Ethos.