The United States general election of 2012 was an uncompleted United States general election, that was meant to be held on November 20, 2012. It would've been the 2nd quadrennial general election since the disbandment of electoral college, and the general-elect being chosen directly by the population. The elected prime minister was to be inaguarted on January 20, 2013 and assume the responsibility of being Prime Minister of the United States that same day. Incumbent Prime Minister John C. Moore was running for reelection, but was removed from power by a pro-Imperialist coup.
- Claudia Schade, former Secretary of State for California, had announced on December 31st, 2011 that she will be running for Prime Minister. Schade continued to stand by her views of loose gun control, increase in healthcare, strict enforcement of border control, and no same-sex marriage. Schade currently has a 70% support, mostly from the Midwest and Northwest states. Her running mate is James Wigton
- John C. Moore, the current Prime Minister of the United States, had announced on August 31st, that he will run for reelection as Prime Minister. Moore continues to stand by his views of loose gun control, loose immigration policies and enforcement, and support of LGBT rights. Moore currently has an 30% support, mostly from the liberal states of Washington, Oregon, and California. His recent support raiting has dropped by 3% after his policies toward Mexico. His running mate is incumbent president John C. Moore
The election was declared void on September 12th, 2012 following the pro-Imperialist coup against the Liberal Party that dominated Congress. Following the coup, Claudia Schade was chosen by the "new" government to become Prime Minister of the United States, marking the beginning of the collaspe of total liberalism in the United States.