Clarence Clark
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Member of the
U.S. House of Representatives
In office
since at least 2017

Clarence Clark is a U.S. Representative, who served in congressman Jonah Ryan's coalition known as the "Jeffersons".

Career in politics Edit

U.S. Representative Edit

On the morning of the 2017 Presidential Inauguration, Clark joins President Meyer and President-elect Montez for coffee at the White House, he apparently being somewhat involved in the transition period for Montez.

In 2018, Clark would join the coalition known as the Jeffersons. The group would become infamous for the 2018 United States government shutdown. In a deal with President Montez to end the shutdown, Clark would create his new coalition, known as the Libertonians, replacing the Jeffersons, sans Jonah Ryan.

Clark would unsuccessfully seek the party's nomination for President of the United States in the 2020 presidential election. He did not poll above 5%, the threshold for joining the main primary debate, and therefore was placed in the undercard debate alongside Jonah Ryan.

Appearances Edit

He is portrayed by J. P. Manoux.

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