John Hunter

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Character
John Hunter
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Appearances GTA IV
Full Name John Hunter
Gender Gender::Male
Nationality American
Home Liberty City
Main Affiliations Julio Ochoa
Public Liberty Radio
Voiced by Henry Strozier

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[[Public Liberty Radio]] |businesses = |voice = [[Henry Strozier]] }} '''John Hunter''' is a left-wing candidate for governor of [[Liberty City State]] 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]]. ====Background==== Hunter is an Army veteran and supports the troops. He was also a small-time actor in [[Los Santos in GTA IV Era|Vinewood]] before politics (which may have been based on [[:wp:Fred Thompson|Fred Thompson]]). ====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]]). 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. == Trivia == *There's a John Hunter campaign billboard in northern [[Berchem]] along the [[Plumber's Skyway|Alderney Highway]], which is strange, as Alderney is a separate state to the one Hunter is running in. *There are campaign posters for John Hunter in [[Algonquin]]. *He was called a "Fat bald prick" by his opponent, Michael Graves. ==Gallery== File:JohnHunter-GTAIV-billboard.jpg|A billboard advertisement. {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1={{characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtaiv characters|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Characters|Hunter, John]] [[Category:Characters in GTA IV|Hunter, John]] [[Category:Characters in HD Universe|Hunter, John]] [[Category:Government|Hunter, John]] [[Category:Politicians|Hunter, John]]

John Hunter is a left-wing candidate for governor of Liberty City State 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.

Background

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 Fred Thompson).

The Intelligent Agenda

On Public Liberty Radio, he calls himself a "Conservative-Liberal Democrat" (possibly a member of the Blue Dog Democrats). 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 Ted Stevens' "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.

Trivia

  • There's a John Hunter campaign billboard in northern Berchem along the Alderney Highway, which is strange, as Alderney is a separate state to the one Hunter is running in.
  • There are campaign posters for John Hunter in Algonquin.
  • He was called a "Fat bald prick" by his opponent, Michael Graves.

Gallery