Betty Jo Pritchard

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'''Betty Jo Pritchard''' was the 6th President of the UCAS. Pritchard, a Republican from Ontario, was Speaker of the House of Representatives during the election scandal of 2056. Her predecessor, Thomas Steele, had been re-elected in November of that year. In December 2056/January 2057 it was found that the election had been manipulated. A congressional investigation led to the impeachment and removal of President Steele and Vice President James Booth. Following the order of succession Pritchard became President of the UCAS. However, she and Congress ordered a new election to be held on August 7, 2057. Her term of office ended on August 9, 2057 with the inauguration of President Dunkelzahn. Betty Jo Pritchard was the first female president of the UCAS.

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CategoryUCAS politicians
CategoryPeople of 2050s