We are one week away from Election Day and I have already achieved plenty from running for Mayor of Auckland. A good vote count will be fantastic though as I want as many people as possible, early adopters of the required change, to catch my vision. I have stated my position on the many topics of public life through about 35 different platforms and received feedback that will shape the future of the business school. I have had the opportunity to formulate and articulate my policies and how they can be achieved through GOLORE. I have been approached by local potential investors in the business school to make it the entrepreneur university it has been designed to be. I have at long last found the women’s forum where I can belong and will be able to share my courage, wisdom and compassion. I have figured out the topic that I need to focus on for guest speaking and a place of entry into the field. I have established the niche group of young people from where I can present the Young Entrepreneur Program with great success. I have at last met the Māori man who can help me make the noho (sleepovers) and learning Tikanga on the Marae a reality for all ethnicities. As my policies better relate to central government, I have come to the conclusion that the time is right for registering the Sovereignty Party – equality in diversity. I have made contact with the person who will provide us with the necessary technology to run the party through. I have been connected to the Mayor of Buzau and have established the exchange of two Romanians. I have gained active support from many people in our network who have been following the progress for years. I have had people from the general public beginning to sign up and comment through the websites and so have built my database too. I have had my personal candidate statement, contact details and photograph delivered to more than a million Aucklanders, as well as, 4000 business cards to people. Wow, all these achievements have made the mayoral campaign, though undemocratic in my opinion, a huge victory for me personally and professionally; and consequently for the people who I am destined to help. As I had to keep my funds for running the business school, my campaign has cost only $300 NZD; a third of it paid by a donor. I have had volunteer help too, for which I am very grateful. Vote KRUGER for Mayor of Auckland 2016!