Running for Congress in four states


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They say that all roads lead to Rome. It’s true. No matter where you are elected to Congress, you go to Rome. In our nation, that’s Washington, DC. Although I prefer to be elected in the 11th district in Georgia, as it’s where we live, I’m willing to relocate anywhere in our country so I can get to work to fix our fiscally fragile nation. We are in trouble, so I must do what no one (to the best of our knowledge) has ever done before… run four simultaneous campaigns.

I wrote an article about how our Constitution lets candidates be elected if they are a resident of that state when elected in November. The primary is not the election. That means you can run in a primary without being a resident of the state and if you win, move to there after the primaries. As long a you become a resident of that state before the general election in November, and if you win you go to Washington representing that district. I plan to do that… somewhere.

State regulations only affect local state elections, not congressional. Those rules are set by our Constitution. I’ve actually read much of it, especially that part.


Why? Because at sixty-four, I don’t have the luxury of time to spend a decade running for election every two years until I get it right. Nor does our nation, which may lose control of the dollar being the reserve currency of the world. That will trash our economy and send us into another depression.

The Chinese are hard at work doing currency swaps with their trading partners so they can bypass the dollar. Its only a matter of time before they’ll make their play to take over as the dominant component of the new reserve currency.

Please read this article so you’ll understand what and how I plan to do this. No one, to the best of our knowledge has ever done this before so I’ll be the first to run for Congress in multiple states at the same time. We also believe that I’ll also be the first English-American elected since the Founding Fathers.

I am determined to stop our government driving the country over the edge of the fiscal cliff. I will work seven days a week if needed to stop that. I’ve seen what that did to the British Pound Sterling. Our place in the world will change forever, for the worse, so I’ll do my best to stop that happening.

I am running my campaign in Georgia’s 11th district, and will start  in Michigan’s 14th, Minnesota’s 6th and possibly Hawaii’s 1st.

I’ll explain why later, after legal review so that everything I do is completely legal. We have done a lot of research and have asked our readers to review this article and critique it. We haven’t received a single negative comment. It’s just that no one has thought of doing this before.

I will be the first.

Please support me financially and with your votes. I have a country to save from financial ruin. It’s now or never.


Allan Levene for Congress, Hawaii Committee
820 West Hind Drive, # 240-552, Honolulu, HI 96824

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  1. James Wesberry's Gravatar James Wesberry
    November 11, 2013    

    Good luck in your four races. I think you have a brilliant idea.

    Now rich folks all over the country will be doing it.

    Wish I had thought of it 50 years ago.

    Jim Wesberry, Former Georgia State Senator, 37th District, 1963 – 1967

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Allan Levene for Congress, Hawaii Committee
820 West Hind Drive, # 240-552, Honolulu, HI 96824

Why elect me and not the others

I am a first generation naturalized citizen from London, England. This nation has been so good to me that I am compelled to do everything that I can to repay my debt to it. If elected, I will.

This is what I’ll do in a nutshell, my key points. I don’t talk in vague terms; I talk in terms of specific proposals and getting substantial bills passed in Congress and signed into law, not renaming post offices as other Hawaii incumbents do and then claiming progress -

Obtain a permanent waiver to the Jones Act of 1920. The Jones Act forbids Asian or foreign flagged ships from delivering goods directly to Hawaii, and picking up Hawaii products on the way to California, and vice versa. They must unload in California, and have the Hawaii freight transferred to a U.S. flagged ship so it can be sent 2,000 miles back to Hawaii. That dramatically increases the cost of landed goods. A waiver will lower Hawaii's cost of living.

End corporate taxes. That will flood this country with foreign business money, not the phony money printed by the Federal Reserve. Domestic corporations with over a trillion dollars sitting overseas will bring it back to create jobs. Foreign corporations will flood this country with money creating jobs, building facilities and factories. That means millions of new, well paid jobs for Americans, and a dramatic increase in GDP. We’ll beat China at its own game.

Void congressional pensions if they don’t quit after no more than twelve years in office. It will be much easier to enact than a Term Limits Amendment. Our Washington Representatives and Senators understand and love money. I will use that love to help them retire. We need new blood in Washington, not old hacks that never leave office because they have “safe” seats. Those safe seats are so safe that challengers don’t even bother to run against them.

Legalize marijuana for recreational use in Hawaii. Although a Republican, I support legalizing marijuana. Why? Because no amount of laws or law enforcement will stop people from using it, and as an innocuous drug (tobacco is far more harmful) it is still misclassified as a Schedule I drug! Others Schedule 1 drugs are heroin, LSD, ecstasy and peyote. Foolishly our government claims that cocaine, methamphetamine, methadone, Dilaudid, Demerol, OxyContin and Dexedrine are all less dangerous!

If Hawaii legalizes marijuana, tourism will increase and create new jobs. That means more tax revenue for the state and more income for Hawaii citizens. Legalizing marijuana means that the police won’t waste their time chasing users of this recreational drug and spend time going after real criminals. The crime rate will drop, as crimes against the public will diminish related to marijuana.

Make our federal election system fair. The public doesn’t know it, but it’s designed to keep the incumbents in and the challengers out. My method is to take the residual campaign money away from the federal politicians after each election cycle, and give it to charity. They will not be able to start asking for new donations until the next election year. Senators and Representatives have millions of dollars in their campaign accounts, far in excess of what a challenger can hope to raise. If everyone starts at zero, we’ll have a better system.

Modify the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006 to eliminate the Postal Service requirement to pre-fund their pensions for up to 75 years! This was designed to bankrupt the post office in favor of private industry. I must reverse that pre-funding clause to save the postal service from either bankruptcy or forcing it to dramatically raise the cost of postage.

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