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Governors of Neonotia:
Jimmy Carter 1985-1993
James Earle "Jimmy" Carter, Jr., was the 79th governor of Georgia (1971-1975) and the 39th president of the United States of America (1977-1981). Defeated in 1980 by Ronald Reagan, he established the Carter Center in Atlanta, from where he was rescued by secret service agents in September of 1983. Finding himself the most experienced leader in his beloved Southwest Georgia, he founded the emergency government of what he named "Neonotia."
Bill Baxley 1993-2001From Dothan, Baxley ironically found his hometown becoming a part of a new state in 1985. Before that, though, he served as the lieutenant governor under political legend George C. Wallace of Alabama. Then, in 1984, on the run from Wallace's assassin, he met with Carter and helped to form the government of Neonotia. Appointed lieutenant governor in the petition government of 1984, he would be elected fully in 1988 along with Carter as governor. As Carter's successor, he would become the governor that would make contact with the rest of the world.
Mark Taylor 2001-2005
Taylor was a lawyer in Albany, Georgia, when the Marine base was annihilated by a low yield nuclear weapon across town. Having just returned home from church, he immediately responding to the need, returning to Porterfield United Methodist Church where he was a member to find what the church leadership already busy converting the facilities into a refugee center. Through the turmoil that almost destroyed Albany, he became a battle-hardened fighter for the rights of the beleaguered black community that made up the majority in the city. By mid-1984, when contact was made with Carter through messengers from Plains, Taylor had established himself as a leader who could be trusted. He became a key member of Carter's campaign for racial reconciliation in the new nation. In 1990 he was elected to the Neonotian Senate and worked closely with Charles Barkley who by then had become a key aide to Lt. Governor Baxley. In 2000, he was selected as the candidate for governor when Barkley had refused the nomination to pursue a master's degree at the University of Neonotia at Americus. A Democrat, he easily defeated the Republican candidate to become the forth governor of Neonotia. After a rather lackluster term, he would not seek re-election in 2004.