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Candidates 2020

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Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 3 — Esther Kia’āina Marc Schechter

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 3 — Esther Kia’āina

"The lack of affordable housing is the most pressing issue facing our district, both for our homeless population and for our working families."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 3 — Greg Thielen Monica Lau

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 3 — Greg Thielen

"We need to change the way government operates so it isn’t an impediment to rebuilding the economy."  
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Prosecutor — Steven Alm created by kaui

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Prosecutor — Steven Alm

"I would create a culture of high ethical standards of conduct and of doing justice, not just winning cases."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Prosecutor — Megan Kau

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Prosecutor — Megan Kau

"I do not believe a defendant is entitled to, nor will I tolerate, unlimited opportunities to violate the law."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Mayor — Rick Blangiardi

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Mayor — Rick Blangiardi

"In many ways we have been wholesaling our home to masses of visitors."
Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Mayor — Keith Amemiya Marc Schechter / 2019

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu Mayor — Keith Amemiya

"COVID-19 is the crisis of today, but climate change is the crisis of our lifetime."
Candidate Q&A: U.S. House District 1 — Ed Case

Candidate Q&A: U.S. House District 1 — Ed Case

"Necessary reforms include lockboxing Social Security trust funds to be applied solely to Social Security payments."
Candidate Q&A: State House District 15 — Steve Yoder

Candidate Q&A: State House District 15 — Steve Yoder

"Only the government can force people to pay for what doesn’t work without oversight or accountability. People, family and business don’t live in that kind of world."
Candidate Q&A: State House District 16 — Ana Mo Des

Candidate Q&A: State House District 16 — Ana Mo Des

"Let’s give individuals the creative freedom to establish the businesses necessary for the future of their communities."
Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 5 — Rynette Keen

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 5 — Rynette Keen

"Rather than building more hotels, we need to invest more in our people through the offering of educational opportunities that lead to high-paying jobs."