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[[File:JohnHunter-GTAIV.png|right|thumb|John Hunter]]
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'''John Hunter''' is a left-wing candidate for Governor of the [[Liberty City State|State of Liberty]] (in which Liberty City resides) in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. His opponent is [[Michael Graves]], and their campaigns reach the in-game billboards, radio and internet. The radio ads in particular are mostly slander-filled attack ads towards each other. Hunter is voiced by Henry Strozier.
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|name = John Hunter
==Background==
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|image = JohnHunter-GTAIV.png
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|games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''
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|status = Alive
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|gender = M
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|home = [[Liberty City (HD Universe)|Liberty City]]
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|affiliations =
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||nationality = {{Flagicon|United States of America|Flag of the United States}} [[United States of America|American]]
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|businesses = Political candidate
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|voice = Henry Strozier
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Hunter is an Army veteran and supports the troops. He was also a small-time actor in [[Vinewood]] before politics (which may have been based on [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Thompson Fred Thompson]).
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'''John Hunter''' is a character in the ''Grand Theft Auto'' series whose voice is heard in ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''.
==The Intelligent Agenda==
 
   
On [[Public Liberty Radio]], he calls himself a "Conservative-Liberal Democrat" (possibly a member of the [[wp:Blue Dog Democrat|Blue Dog Democrats]] also a referance to British political party Conservatives And Liberal Democrat). He discusses his views on healthcare, the economy, the war. On education, he is in favor of "breaking the teachers union...[and] buy balls and uniforms, then the books if we can afford them". He refers to the internet as "a series of tubes", a reference to Alaskan Republican senator [[wp:Ted Stevens|Ted Stevens]]' "[[wp:series of tubes|series of tubes]]" analogy. A separate Graves attack ad also claims Hunter wants to use the internet to charge people $5 for masturbating. He ends up spanking child prodigy Zachary Tyler, who was being arrogant and voiced evil views about population control.
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==Biography==
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John Hunter is an Army veteran and supports the troops. He was also a small-time actor in [[Vinewood (GTA V)|Vinewood]] before entering politics (which may have been based on [[wp:Fred Dalton Thompson|Fred Dalton Thompson]]).
   
== Trivia ==
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In 2008, Hunter is the Liberal candidate for the upcoming election of the governor of the [[State of Liberty]]. His opponent is the Conservative [[Michael Graves]], and their campaigns have reached billboards, [[Radio Stations in GTA IV|radio]] and [[Internet in GTA IV|Internet]]. The radio ads in particular are mostly slander-filled attack ads towards each other, with one of Hunter's claiming that Michael Graves has "forgotten the tragic events of a few years ago". In retaliation, one of Michael Graves' campaign ads claims Hunter wants to install webcams in people's bedrooms and charge them $5 each time they masturbate.
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One of Hunter's campaign billboards can be found along the [[Plumbers Skyway]] in [[State of Alderney|Alderney]], despite the fact that Alderney is a seperate state.
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==The Intelligent Agenda==
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Hunter is one of the guests on the Intelligent Agenda programme on [[Public Liberty Radio]]. Describing himself as a "Conservative-Liberal Democrat", Hunter discusses his views on healthcare, the economy, the war, and education. On education, he is in favor of "breaking the teachers union...[and] buying balls and uniforms, then the books if we can afford them". He also refers to the internet as "[[wp:series of tubes|a series of tubes]]". At the end of the show, Hunter ends up spanking child prodigy [[Zachary Tyler]] after Tyler explains his plan to end hunger through the use of involuntary euthanasia.
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==Trivia==
 
[[File:Johnhunter.png|thumb|right|John Hunter advertisement]]
 
[[File:Johnhunter.png|thumb|right|John Hunter advertisement]]
* There's a John Hunter campaign billboard in northern [[Berchem]] along the [[Plumber's Skyway|Alderney Highway]], which is strange, as [[Alderney State|Alderney]] is a separate state to the one Hunter is running in.
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*Like Michael Graves, a pedestrian with an identical model to Hunter can be found around Liberty City.
* There are campaign posters for John Hunter in [[Algonquin]].
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*His and Michael Graves' names may be a reference to [[Michael Hunter]], composer of the theme music for ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''.
* He was called a "fat bald prick" by his opponent, [[Michael Graves]].
 
* Like Michael Graves, a pedestrian with an identical model to Hunter can be found around Liberty City.
 
* One of his radio commercials claims that opponent Michael Graves has "forgotten the tragic events of a few years ago", which suggests that an attack similar to the real-life 9/11 attacks happened in the GTA universe.
 
   
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Latest revision as of 19:03, July 2, 2015


John Hunter is a character in the Grand Theft Auto series whose voice is heard in Grand Theft Auto IV.

BiographyEdit

John Hunter is an Army veteran and supports the troops. He was also a small-time actor in Vinewood before entering politics (which may have been based on Fred Dalton Thompson).

In 2008, Hunter is the Liberal candidate for the upcoming election of the governor of the State of Liberty. His opponent is the Conservative Michael Graves, and their campaigns have reached billboards, radio and Internet. The radio ads in particular are mostly slander-filled attack ads towards each other, with one of Hunter's claiming that Michael Graves has "forgotten the tragic events of a few years ago". In retaliation, one of Michael Graves' campaign ads claims Hunter wants to install webcams in people's bedrooms and charge them $5 each time they masturbate.

One of Hunter's campaign billboards can be found along the Plumbers Skyway in Alderney, despite the fact that Alderney is a seperate state.

The Intelligent AgendaEdit

Hunter is one of the guests on the Intelligent Agenda programme on Public Liberty Radio. Describing himself as a "Conservative-Liberal Democrat", Hunter discusses his views on healthcare, the economy, the war, and education. On education, he is in favor of "breaking the teachers union...[and] buying balls and uniforms, then the books if we can afford them". He also refers to the internet as "a series of tubes". At the end of the show, Hunter ends up spanking child prodigy Zachary Tyler after Tyler explains his plan to end hunger through the use of involuntary euthanasia.

TriviaEdit

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John Hunter advertisement

  • Like Michael Graves, a pedestrian with an identical model to Hunter can be found around Liberty City.
  • His and Michael Graves' names may be a reference to Michael Hunter, composer of the theme music for Grand Theft Auto IV.

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