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Governors of the Southeast Region
Magistrates of the Southeast Region
John Dibble of Georgia (December 2004 - February 2005)
John Dibble took office on December 20, 2004, and resigned that ofice on February 10, 2005 to accept the position of Justice of the Supreme Court of Atlasia. A lack of cases during his term in office prevents rendering any judgement on his ability as Magistrate.
Preston Caldwell of Arkansas (February 2005 - present)
Preston Caldwell took office on February 21, 2005, after being unanimously approved by the Southeastern voters.
Senator of the Southeast Region
Initially each of the five Regions elected a Senator and the five additional Senators were elected by Districts. The Atlasian Constitution was later amended so that all Senators were elected from Districts apportioned by population. Senator StatesRights of Florida had the honor of being the Southeast Region Senator from April to September 2004. He is currently a Senator representing District 4, and is the longest serving Senator of Atlasia.
Lottery Commissioners are appointed in accordance with the Southeastern Lottery Regulations. Former Vice President Harry of Mississippi was appointed Lottery Commissioner by Governor Ernest on January 5, 2004 and served until January 11, 2004, when he was confirmed by the Senate as Attorney General of Atlasia.
States of the Southeast Region
The States of the Southeast Region were originally Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The State of Texas was transferred from the Midwest Region to the Southeast Region on August 13, 2004.