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Candidate Q&A: State House District 30 — Sonny Ganaden

Candidate Q&A: State House District 30 — Sonny Ganaden

“Workers should own hotels as cooperatives. Workers themselves should be the majority stockholders in the visitor industry here on the islands.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 30 — Shirley Templo

Candidate Q&A: State House District 30 — Shirley Templo

“It is one of my top priorities to ensure that our community is aware of the resources available to the public and have the resources be accessible for them.”

 

Candidate Q&A: State House District 50 — Michael Lee

Candidate Q&A: State House District 50 — Michael Lee

“Residents are concerned about increasing crime rates, vandalism, dangerous driving and generally feeling unsafe in their neighborhoods.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 50 — Natalia Hussey-Burdick

Candidate Q&A: State House District 50 — Natalia Hussey-Burdick

“Hawaii is becoming a haven for millionaires and billionaires, and it is a direct result of our regressive tax policies that shamelessly favor the ultra-wealthy.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 26 — Valerie Wang

Candidate Q&A: State House District 26 — Valerie Wang

“I’m running on a platform of transparency, communication and trust — because our government has lost so much of it over the last couple of years.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 33 — Tracy Arakaki

Candidate Q&A: State House District 33 — Tracy Arakaki

“Promoting our trade schools already in our college system is paramount to diversifying our state’s economy for generations to come.”

Candidate Q&A: 2nd Congressional District — Joe Akana

Candidate Q&A: 2nd Congressional District — Joe Akana

“If you cannot afford to put gas in your car to go to work, or pay for groceries to feed your family, it doesn’t matter one lick whether a person is Democrat or Republican. “

Candidate Q&A: State House District 33 — Sam Kong

Candidate Q&A: State House District 33 — Sam Kong

“I introduced legislation in 2016 and 2020 to implement term limits for state legislators. In the absence of term limits, voters can exercise their choices by voting.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 43 — Anna Odom

Candidate Q&A: State House District 43 — Anna Odom

“We have had Democrats running Hawaii for a very long time and many issues have gotten worse with no end in sight.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 43 — Kanani Souza

Candidate Q&A: State House District 43 — Kanani Souza

“Having a Legislature that is overwhelmingly Democrat does not allow for healthy debate and dissent, which is necessary to create the best policies and laws.”