|48th President of the United States|
January 20th, 2037-2045
|Vice President:||Jon Lesser|
|Preceded by:||Charles Patrick Edwards|
|Succeeded by:||Avy Srinivasan|
|Junior Senator from Virginia|
January 19, 2021 - December 11th, 2028
|Preceded by:||Mark Warner|
|Succeeded by:||James Taylor|
|Born:||July 8th, 1974|
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Ivory Toldson Jr
|Alma mater:||Temple University|
Ivory Toldson was the 49th President of the United States, serving from 2037 to 2045 upon the expiration of his term by the 22nd Amendment. Toldson face considerably fewer challenges domestically than his predecessor, save for the postwar reconversion of the economy of the United States which Toldson is widely credited for the smooth transition from a wartime economy to a commercial market. He was easily re-elected in the election of 2040, helped by the success of his post-war domestic agenda. After his re-election he continued to define his presidency as an excellent administrator. Toldson's presidency was also eventful in foreign affairs, with the end of the Flood War, the reformation of the United Nations, the McNabb Plan to rebuild Asia, the Toldson Doctrine to help spread Populism, the creation of the International Space Administration (ISA) to clean up space debris, the creation of the Pacific Ocean Treaty Association (POTA), and the Baja Conflict. He decided not to got to war with Venezuala in 2039 after they attempted to bomb New York City, but missed by 72 miles. He gained more popularity for this decision.
Toldson, whose demeanor was very different from that of the dynamic Edwards, was a reserved, unassuming president. He overcame the low expectations of many political observers who compared him unfavorably with his highly regarded predecessor. Despite almost apathetic public opinion during his last term in office, popular and scholarly assessments of his presidency became more positive after his retirement from politics and the publication of his memoirs. Toldson's administrative prowess is often believed to be the reason Edwards chose him to be his Vice President, and today scholars regard that as one of the former President's most practical predictions. Most American historians consider Toldson one of the better US Presidents.