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LWV League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Alameda County, CA November 4, 2014 Election
Smart Voter

Peter Liu
Answers Questions

Candidate for
Mayor; City of Oakland


The questions were prepared by the League of Women Voters of Oakland and asked of all candidates for this office.
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Questions & Answers

1. Oakland sits on the Bay, and the waterfront, downtown, and West Oakland areas are particularly low-lying. With climate change bringing major changes, including sea level rise, what are your plans to bring this to the forefront of the Oakland mayor's agenda?

None. If parts of Oakland is going down into salt water, I am leaving for high grounds. If God does not save those places, then it weren't meant to be saved.

2. What is your vision for Oakland, i.e., what issues are of special interest and concern and what ideas do you have to put Oakland in the forefront?

Through using my Community Empowered Safety Plan, Oakland will be minting many millionaires. We will be an armed populace protecting our wealth against terrorists and criminals.

3. How would you address continuing high rates of crime in Oakland?

My Community Empowered Safety Plan will bring world peace to the world. Peace is not free, to maintain the peace, citizens must be armed at all times readied to defend the peace. Citizens must be armed to protect our love ones.

4. While most of the Bay Area has the lowest unemployment rate in the state, Oakland is still in trouble. How do you plan to stimulate the economy in Oakland?

Through using CESP5, the knowledge of capitalism, communities will create jobs as teams.

"CESP5" (Community Empowered Safety Plan #5)

A game for people who want to be Rich. Playing the game teaches by experience: leadership, honesty, teamwork, responsibility and integrity.

created by Rags-to-Riches multi-millionaire Peter Y. Liu

Game Rules
1. Choose 7 or more people, preferably people you trust. Give them the game rules. Set a location where to have a meeting if they want to join in the game.
2. At the meeting, each person introduce themselves, their name and their phone number and email address. Each person write down the information. Take 10 minutes to brainstorm a business idea and write on a paper. EXAMPLE
3. Each person takes turn to share their idea to the group.
4. After all the ideas are heard, each idea is put to a vote by the group. Person with the best idea is the founder and President of a company, the rest are co-founders, then they vote on who will be the treasurer, secretary, etc.
5. Then the group makes up a business plan, to answer Who, What, When, Where and Why. Who are the company leaders? What is the company name and what does it do? When will they do it? Where is the company located? Why are they running this business?

Responses to questions asked of each candidate are reproduced as submitted to the League.  Candidates' statements are presented as submitted. References to opponents are not permitted.

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