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Candidate Q&A: State House District 5 — Jeanne Kapela

Candidate Q&A: State House District 5 — Jeanne Kapela

“Instead of investing in agribusiness exports and industrial operations that poison our land with pesticides, we should support small and indigenous farmers.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 3 — Chris Todd

Candidate Q&A: State House District 3 — Chris Todd

“There should be greater transparency around campaign finance and less authority for individual legislators to decide whether a bill passes or fails.”

Candidate Q&A: 1st Congressional District — Ed Case

Candidate Q&A: 1st Congressional District — Ed Case

“I was on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6, and knew it was not just an assault on our Capitol, but an assault on our democracy and an embarrassment of our country.”

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 6 — Angus McKelvey

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 6 — Angus McKelvey

“We need term limits for the various chair and leadership positions in the Legislature since it is through holding these positions for years that incumbents can build lofty war chests.”

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 6 — Sheila Walker

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 6 — Sheila Walker

“The establishment has overpowered and dominated the Legislature for too long.”

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 2 — Holly Osborn

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 2 — Holly Osborn

“If we can decrease regulations on our small businesses the opportunity for growth is exponential.”

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 2 — Frederick Fogel

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 2 — Frederick Fogel

“If the government got out of people’s faces, the average citizen would have more say about what works best for him/her.”

Candidate Q&A: Lieutenant Governor — Sylvia Luke

Candidate Q&A: Lieutenant Governor — Sylvia Luke

“Our state needs to get serious about providing more affordable housing opportunities if we want to see our kamaaina stay and live here.”

Candidate Q&A: Lieutenant Governor — Seaula Tupa’i

Candidate Q&A: Lieutenant Governor — Seaula Tupa’i

“Governments do not create the wealth. They consume it. It is the people who create the wealth and they need the incentive tax cuts to do it.”

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 24 — Jarrett Keohokalole

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 24 — Jarrett Keohokalole

“We desperately need to set a new direction that emphasizes fixing what’s broken, fostering competitiveness in our economy, and mobilizing our education system.”