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Candidates 2020

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Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Keli’i Akina

Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Keli’i Akina

"Everyone benefits from the betterment of conditions of the Hawaiian people."
Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Keoni Souza Courtesy: Keoni Souza

Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs At-Large Trustee — Keoni Souza

"The only way to change the organization is to bring in new blood that can inspire true leadership."
Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Hawaii Island Trustee — Keola Lindsey Submitted

Candidate Q&A: Office of Hawaiian Affairs Hawaii Island Trustee — Keola Lindsey

"We cannot afford to wait and hope while others define our realm of possibilities."
Candidate Q&A: State House District 13 — Robin Vanderpool

Candidate Q&A: State House District 13 — Robin Vanderpool

"When travel is once again allowed to flow freely we will find our economy will flourish again."
Candiate Q&A: State House District 13 — Lynn DeCoite

Candiate Q&A: State House District 13 — Lynn DeCoite

"We struggle for the services that people in urban districts don’t need to worry about."
Candidate Q&A: State House District 13 — Theresa Kapaku

Candidate Q&A: State House District 13 — Theresa Kapaku

"People deserve to make a living wage in a pono line of work while maintaining quality of life -- having time with our families in the place we love."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 9 — Will Espero BRAD-*-GODA PHOTOGRAPHY

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 9 — Will Espero

"I believe hemp, breadfruit and cacao can be attractive crops for Hawaii. Food security should be a priority for the state, including aquaculture."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 9 — Augie Tulba

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 9 — Augie Tulba

"We need to continue to rely on our tourism industry as a major driver of our economy until new business models can be developed and proven sustainable."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 7 — Jacob Aki

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 7 — Jacob Aki

"By reforming the way government operates and building trust with the community, I believe that we can emerge stronger and more resilient."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 7 — Radiant Cordero

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 7 — Radiant Cordero

"We need a bold plan for housing stability for property owners and renters alike so we do more than survive this crisis."