Click here for the GLBT Caucus list of endorsements. Maile received “Support with Enthusiasm” instead of an “endorsement” because “the Caucus is limited by Party Rules to ‘endorse’ only candidates where there is no Democratic opposition.” Here’s the message from the chair: From: GLBT Caucus Chair Subject: GLBT CAUCUS RELEASES ENDORSEMENTSTo: “Jo-Ann Adams” Date: Saturday,Continue reading “Maile Receives "Support with Enthusiasm" from Democratic GLBT Caucus”
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Mahalo To Hard-Working Sign Wavers on 8/27/10!
Faith Arakawa, Summer & Manny Miles, Puna Ka`aiali`i-Ramos, Juli Patten, Ann Ka`ai, and Carolan Rowe Juli Patten and Ann Ka`ai
Cullen Ohana Endorses Maile
“We have known Maile for many years, and continue to support her efforts to improve the Wai`anae Coast.” — Christine, Luke, and Wayne Cullen
Mele Worthington Endorses Maile
“As a legislator in the Waianae Coast, you have embraced all of the voters, no matter their cultural background or financial standing…We love that you care for everyone you serve, and give of yourself so generously…In our Hawaiian community, I am reminded of the role that you have played in the success of Hawaiian organizationsContinue reading “Mele Worthington Endorses Maile”
Candidates in Focus Airdates
From: Vote2010Subject: Candidates in Focus AirdatesTo: “maileshimabukuro” Date: Friday, August 27, 2010, 11:33 AM Aloha, The Primary Edition of Candidates in Focus will premiere on ‘Olelo’s channel 49 beginning Sunday, August 29. We understand how tight the timeline is for candidates to reach out to their constituents by the Primary, so we invite you toContinue reading “Candidates in Focus Airdates”
Goals and Future Vision for Our Wai`anae Coast
GOALS AND FUTURE VISION FOR OUR WAI`ANAE COAST “COUNTRY FOREVER” I feel the biggest issue facing the Wai`anae Coast has been best articulated by community leader Eric Enos: the need to be in control of our own destiny, for example, in the areas of development, land use, and resource-allocation. I like what is happening inContinue reading “Goals and Future Vision for Our Wai`anae Coast”
Planned Parenthood of Hawaii Action Network Endorses Maile!
From: Melinda WoodSubject: endorsementTo: Maile ShimabukuroDate: Tuesday, August 24, 2010, 10:50 AM The Planned Parenthood of Hawaii Action Network is pleased to endorse your candidacy in the primary race for HD 45. We plan to send out a press release listing all of our endorsements later today. Please contact me if you have any questions.Continue reading “Planned Parenthood of Hawaii Action Network Endorses Maile!”
Rep. Shimabukuro Responds to OHA Candidate Survey
Rep. Shimabukuro recently submitted the following responses to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) Candidate Survey: Question: What single issue facing Native Hawaiians concerns you the most, and how would you address that issue as a legislator? Rep. Shimabukuro: The state’s ability to sell and exchange public and ceded land via resolution (e.g., HCR21-26, HCR32-34,Continue reading “Rep. Shimabukuro Responds to OHA Candidate Survey”
Rep. Shimabukuro Featured on `Olelo’s "Candidates in Focus" 2010
Hawaii Women’s Political Caucus PAC Endorses Maile
The Hawaii Women’s Political Caucus, a chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus, recruits, trains and supports women candidates for elected and appointed office. For more information:Faye Kennedy Daly, PresidentHawaii Women’s Political Caucus PACP.O. Box 11946Honolulu, HI 96828(808) 732-4987
Charles and Lyn Strickland Endorse Maile
Charles and Lyn Strickland, who home school their children and volunteer for many different youth-oriented causes, have been long time supporters of Maile’s.
Mel Pu`u Endorses Maile
Waterman Melvin Pu`u is the organizer of the “Brada Mel’s Canoe Surfing Championship” annual fundraiser, a Neighborhood Security Watch volunteer, and an outspoken advocate for water and ocean-related concerns.
Eva Galariada Endorses Maile
Eva Galariada has volunteered for youth sports teams, helped organize large-scale community events, and served others in many other ways on the Wai`anae Coast.
Mahalo To Hard-Working Sign Wavers on 8/19/10!
L-R: Summer Miles, Carolann Rowe, Lika Jordan, Puna Ka`aiali`i-Ramos, Laurie Lawrence, and James Urbaniak enthusiastically held signs for Maile.
Faith Arakawa, Puna Ka`aiali`i-Ramos, and Summer Miles Endorse Maile
Faith Arakawa, Puna Ka`aiali`i-Ramos, and Summer Miles held signs for Maile.
Kapua Keliikoa-Kamai Endorses Maile
Kapua Keliikoa-Kamai, a passionate advocate for culture-based education, natural resource preservation, and Hawaiian rights, has been a dedicated supporter of Maile’s for several years.
Ginger Fuata Endorses Maile
Ginger Fuata, an advocate for orphaned children and dedicated community volunteer, endorses Maile.
James Urbaniak and Ann Ka`ai Endorse Maile
James Urbaniak and Ann Ka`ai, both teachers and Wai`anae Coast residents, held signs supporting Maile.
Kimberly Ha`upu Endorses Maile
Kimberly Ha’upu, Wai`anae resident Aug 1, 2010 Aloha Maile Kim here and just read Westside Stories and your open letter to the community regarding Civil Unions Bill. I applaud your great Wisdom and Educational Smarts. Yes more people should have read clearly HB444. In no way does it negate from traditional marriage, but addresses CivilContinue reading “Kimberly Ha`upu Endorses Maile”
HSTA Endorses Maile
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