SIGN WAVING SCHEDULE THRU THE GENERAL ELECTION:
AM – Tues. & Fri. on HWY 130 before the Kea`au Transfer Station from 6:15 to 7:45 AM
PM – Mon. & Thurs on HWY 130 by the Kea`au High School from 4:00 to 5:45 PM
POST PRIMARY ELECTION MESSAGE:
Mahalo to everyone who made me the top vote getter in the Primary Election with nearly 45% of the votes!! Because the voting was split 3-ways we’re on to a run-off in the General with the candidate who came in second.
We still have work to do to win the General Election Nov. 8th. Please join me in the effort by visiting the Contribution page to provide a small donation and/or providing your name, phone number, email on the Contact page where you can indicate how you can help (sign waving, phone banking, door-to-door).
Above all, get the word out about this race! MAHALO!!
POLITICAL FORUM RECORDINGS LINKED BELOW:
I was one of only two of the County Council candidates to participate in the CivilBeat forum. Read it here. Thank you CivilBeat!
The final County Council District 4 forum will be this coming Sun. Aug. 7 at 4:00 PM at the Unitarian Fellowship Bldg on 14th St. in HPP.
Below is the recorded video of the July 14 forum for Council Districts 4 and 5 held at the Pahoa Community Center and hosted by Malama O Puna.
Watch the County Council District 4 Forum hosted by Nā Leo TV here.
Below is a video recording of the County Council Dist. 4 forum held at HAAS on June 23.
Below is the recorded video of the July 16 forum for Council Districts 4 held at the Pahoa Community Center and hosted by Malama O Puna.
Welcome to my campaign website for County Council District #4 in the 2016 election! Remember that our local races are generally decided in the Primary Election which is Saturday, Aug. 13th.
I have lived in Lower Puna for 35 years and been active in community, government, and local business. Lower Puna needs effective representation at the council to champion solutions to the many issues we face. With your support, I can provide the leadership necessary to meet the needs of Lower Puna’s diverse population.
Mahalo for your Support!