Her first stop will be the picturesque village of Lac-de-l'Est in the eastern mountanous region of the Republic. This area, mostly populated by Castlefigs, has traditionally voted Conservative, but Bricks hopes to turn that around this year. Lac-de-l'Est is a small village popular with tourists for its cozy bed and breakfast and country atmosphere.
"I am very excited to spread my message to the people of the Lego Republic on this tour. This will be a very important election for the Republic and I hope that all members of the electorate will make it to the polls in December," said President Bricks.
Bricks's campaign heavily relies on her foreign policy record. Bricks has engaged with the global minifig community more than any other president and has made international relations a cornerstone of her administration.
"I am a very strong leader, and I know what needs to be done and how to make hard choices. During my presidency, I have began diplomatic relations with a number of countries and handled an international security crisis. Under my leadership, the Republic refused to back down to foreign threats, and we have come out the better for it," she said.
Under Bricks, the Republic has made a radical shift in foreign policy from an isolationist philosophy to complete participation in the global sphere. Today, the Lego Republic is a rising power in the minifig world thanks to President Bricks's administration.
The other candidates are gearing up their campaigns as well in preparation for the election, which will be in early December.