Bruce Martin
Bruce Martin 2010 portrait.jpg

In office
18 November 2005 – 2 April 2011
Vice President None (2005–2006)
Andrew Smith, Jr. (2006–2011)
Preceded by Derrick Harrison
Succeeded by Bruce Englehardt II

In office
2 April 2001 – 18 November 2005
President Derrick Harrison
Preceded by Adrian Mortenson
Succeeded by Andrew Smith, Jr.

Governor of Wonju
In office
2 October 1996 – 2 April 2001
Lieutenant Homer Williamson
Preceded by Donald Simpson
Succeeded by Homer Williamson

In office
2 October 1992 – 2 October 1996
Preceded by Quintin Burke
Succeeded by Markus Livingston

Member of the Wonju House
from Kalama
In office
2 October 1988 – 2 October 1992
Preceded by Mary Smith-Williamson
Succeeded by Peter O'Sullivan

Born January 8, 1960 (age 51)
Political party Green
Spouse(s) Helen Martin (m. 1990)
Children Ellen (b. 1993)
Residence Kalama, Wonju
Alma mater University of Kalama
Profession Lawyer
Religion Atheist
Website brucemartin.dwh

Bruce George Martin (born January 8, 1960) was the 13th President of Duwamish. Martin previously served as the 8th Vice President of Duwamish under Derrick Harrison, from 2001 until Harrison's assassination in 2005; Governor of Wonju from 1996 until 2001; Senator from Wonju from 1992 until 1996; and the representative from Kalama in the House of Representatives in Kalama from 1988 to 1992.

A native of Kalama, Wonju, Martin is a graduate of the University of Kalama, where he was the president of the Kalama Daily. He worked as a civil rights attorney in Kalama prior to being elected to the House of Representatives in 1988. Martin served two terms before successfully running to become a Senator in 1992, serving one term before returning home in 1996 to serve as Governor of his province. He was elected to a second term, but resigned to run for the Vice Presidency in 2001. He won the position and served under Derrick Harrison before his assassination in 2005, assuming the Presidency and winning a full term in 2006 that expired in 2011. He was succeeded by Bruce Englehardt II.

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University of Kalama Law School and civil rights attorneyEdit

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Provincial Representative: 1988–1992Edit

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Senator: 1992–1996Edit

Governor: 1996–2001Edit

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