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Candidates 2020

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Candidate Q&A: Maui County Council West Maui — Tamara Paltin

Candidate Q&A: Maui County Council West Maui — Tamara Paltin

"I think the county could take more of an active role in connecting those who want to farm with fallow agricultural landowners."
Candidate Q&A: Hawaii County Council District 1 — Heather Kimball Tracey Lyn Gapol

Candidate Q&A: Hawaii County Council District 1 — Heather Kimball

"The property tax system needs to be overhauled to make it more equitable to local residents."
Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 22 — Donovan Dela Cruz

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 22 — Donovan Dela Cruz

"If cuts are necessary, we must start at the top, not the bottom."
Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 22 — John Miller

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 22 — John Miller

"This could be a once in a lifetime chance for Hawaii to become a state of justice and reconciliation for the entire world."
Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 9 — Stanley Chang

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 9 — Stanley Chang

"I have proposed a new plan called “ALOHA Homes” to end Hawaii’s housing shortage through the construction of high density residential units on state-owned lands."
Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 9 — Sam Slom

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 9 — Sam Slom

"A healthy economy or a healthy population are not  mutually exclusive."
Candidate Q&A: Hawaii County Mayor — Mitch Roth Submitted

Candidate Q&A: Hawaii County Mayor — Mitch Roth

"We need to change the philosophy of our current government from one which sees itself permitting businesses to exist to one that helps businesses succeed."
Candidate Q&A: Hawaii County Mayor — Ikaika Marzo

Candidate Q&A: Hawaii County Mayor — Ikaika Marzo

"Our current system’s housing permit process is slower than a napping honu."
Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Molokai Trustee — Luana Alapa

Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Molokai Trustee — Luana Alapa

"One of the main reasons why I am running ... is to address unresolved issues concerning the latest audit where millions of dollars are unaccounted for."
Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Molokai Trustee — Colette Machado

Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Molokai Trustee — Colette Machado

"As an incumbent candidate, I have worked hard to increase transparency and efficiency at OHA throughout my career."