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About our Governor

As the 1st Governor of the State of North Dracul, Eric Williams Jr. begins building on his long record as a conservative leader who fights to preserve North Dracul values like faith, family and freedom.

Under Governor Williams’s leadership, North Dracul leads the nation in job creation as a record number of North Draculians are employed even as the state’s population continues its record growth.

Building on the four pillars of safety and security, education, economic advancement and the preservation of liberty, he proudly signed legislation banning sanctuary cities, reforming the child protective system, investing in early and higher education, reining in regulatory regimes that strangle innovation, and ensuring that unborn children are treated with the basic dignity human life demands.

Prior to his election in 2019, Eric Williams Jr. was the 1st and longest-serving Attorney General of Dracul. As the nation’s chief law enforcement official, he earned a national reputation for defending religious liberty and for protecting Dracul communities and children.

About our State

The State of North Dracul was formed February 2018, as the Federal Government decided that independent states needed to make a majority of the decisions for their citizens.

North Dracul prides itself as being the "capitol state" of Dracul, since North Dracul possess the Bran House (building for the administration). Since North Dracul is the largest state, both by population and land mass, it carries the smallest responsibility, when it comes to the subject of border inspection and protection.

North Dracul is popular in many ways; primarily for its large fountain and walking trails, where most of Dracul's visitors frequent. North Dracul does posses parking areas for their citizens and visitors, however on busy days, parking can become an issue.

At this time, there is currently one constable and no state militia. All law enforcement actions are performed by the Houston Police Department, per Texas state law.