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Full name: Daniel Howard Cunningham

Name on ballot: Daniel Howard Cunningham

Age: 64

District / office: Mayor

Email address:

Current job: Self-sufficiency

Place of birth: Daytona Beach, Fla.

Campaign website:

Job history past 10 years:

1732 Gulick Ave.; Big Island, my doctor’s license was revoked for the medical discovery by which to extend life indefinitely, prolotherapy, so I have also been hounded by undercovers.

Ever run for public office? If so, when? Outcome?

Yes, ninth effort, no success.

Other civic experience or community service?

Have studied Germany’s economy 1933-45 National Socialism interest-free money independent of IMF gold standard. The creation of bonds to create jobs, hemp and simplification of manufacturing. 3-D printing makes self-sufficiency more productive.

Anything else you’d like voters to know about you?

We were all created equal but some treat others more equally than others, Judaism believes in inequality. African honey bees are not the same as Italian, 8 A.D. King Bulan Judaized the Khazarian Kingdom by death decree, 9 of 10 “Jews” are Khazars.

Hate the sin not the sinner.

What makes you qualified to be mayor?

Internationalism, interdependence, and victimless crime is Judaism.

Bonds mean investment opportunity and jobs albeit hemp to replace petroleum and public projects and benefits for retirees. “It is not the well-being of the individual but the well-being of all that makes us great.” Nicollo Machiavelli

What are your top five priorities for the county?

1. Homelessness is an agenda. HPD magistrates landlord-tenant code obsolescing court, building permits are for corporations not private homes.

2. Alternative medicine apprentice.

3. 86 Ormat and passive public geothermal.

4. Hemp (krete replacing concrete) for local jobs.

5. Eliminate Judaism’s private interest from public participation.

What is your one big idea?

SCCTEBUKH13 (“State and County Commercial Tesla Exchange Bank-Bond Utility, Kingdom of Hawaii, Council of thirteen Grandmothers”) to authorize create and establish financial self-sufficiency and finance an ocean floating city using pykrete and federal surplus grants 1033 to build an ocean floating city recycling nuclear sewage precious as gold.

The Hilo landfill is nearing capacity. When it closes, should trash from East Hawaii be hauled to the Puuanahulu landfill, or not? Please explain.:

A paradigm shift using 3-D printing and other recycling makes landfill obsolete, bad idea.

The basic fare for the Hele-On bus system is $2, but the system still requires taxpayer subsidies to operate. The county has demonstrated that a lower fare can increase ridership. Should the fare be reduced, increased or left the same? Please explain.:

Bus routes need to simplify would satisfy discrepancy, and fuel and tires from hemp would create cash to solve any problem. A voter’s initiative to opt to 300-pound mag-lev vehicles that don’t break down for everyone would change everything.

The gasoline tax in Hawaii County is now 8.8 cents per gallon, about half that of Kauai, Maui and Oahu. Do you support increasing the county gas tax to provide more funding for maintenance of county roads and the Hele-On bus system? Please explain.:

86 Internationalism, hemp, acid rain is killing the pacific ocean hello?

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