Media Advisory – Hawaii House of Representatives September 30, 2010 – For immediate release Rep.’s Shimabukuro and Awana to join UH Manoa Educational Talent Search program to clean beaches along the Wai’anae Coast What: The University of Hawai’i-Manoa, Manoa Educational Talent Search (METS) program will hold a beach clean-up on the Wai’anae Coast with almostContinue reading “Reps Shimabukuro & Awana to Join UH Talent Search Beach Clean-up on Wai’anae Coast”
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Al Lewis, Maile, and Art Frank. (Photo by Kaimana Pine) Art Frank, Neil Abercrombie, and Al Lewis. (Photo by Kaimana Pine) Mahalo to Jessica Ear and Mark Tarone for hosting a fun and successful fundraiser for Neil Abercrombie on 9/5/10!
Aloha e Maile, The road ahead to November will be challenging, but remain encouraged and meet each day with the confidence that you have done everything that is pono and full of integrity. Mahalo for continuing to serve the moku, its youth, ‘ohana and kupuna, with commitment and passion. Please keep up the good work!Continue reading “Kukui Maunakea-Forth Endorses Maile”
“Congratulations…and Best Wishes to You.”— “Braddah” Louie Agrabante
http://hawaii.gov/elections/results/2010/primary/files/cch.pdf MAHALO! — to everyone who has so tirelessly worked on our primary election campaign. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Click on the photos to zoom in. Photo from Cathy Outland. First row (kneeling) Kapilialoha Stineman-Macomber, Catalina Gaballo, Kamakanaikawai, Kaleikaumaka, & Kahanulani Piimauna-Stineman, Tayzah Ayala, Jheyden Piimauna-Micky. 2nd row: Desiree Paaoao, Alohalani Lester-Piimauna. 3rd row: Emerin Micky, Chantel Worden, Kyra Soria; Wai, Tiare & Sarah Paaoao. 4th row: Chyna Micky; Puna Ka`aiali`i-Ramos; Nancyann Micky; ArtContinue reading “Mahalo to Sep 20 Sign Wavers!”
Malia Miles (center), pictured with her son, Kamu (left), and husband, Austin (right, deceased). Malia, Koa Paka, and Austin Miles.“Maile is there for those in need.” – Malia Miles.
“As a fellow attorney, I know Maile has the training and background needed to represent us well at the Legislature.” – Thomas Zizzi, attorney and Makaha resident
Sign Wavers Group Photo from 9-17-10. Click the photo to zoom in. Back row, L-R: Kyra Soria, Amberly Lester-Piimauna, Lou Stineman, Nancyann Micky, Tiare Paaoao, Wai Paaoao, Tayzah Ayala, Chyna Micky, Puna Ka`aiali`i-Ramos, Cathy Outland, Art Frank, Brooks Outland, Lima Kupau, Sabio Paaoao, and Emerin Micky. 2nd row (kneeling) L-R: Kapilialoha Stineman, Manulani Paaoao, DesireeContinue reading “Mahalo to Sep 17 Sign Wavers!”
The sign waving photos were taken by Cathy Outland on 9-16-10.
Maile’s sign wavers know that she is committed to making turn and contraflow lanes in Nanakuli, exploring alternate routes to the Wai`anae Coast, and creating the “People’s Path.” Back row: Summer Miles; Art Frank; Manu Paaoao; Chantel Mahuka; Desiree, Wai, Tiare, and Sarah Paoao; Cathy and Brooks Outland. Front row: Mahina and Mahealani Paaoao; TayzahContinue reading “Mahalo to Sep. 10 Pau Hana Sign Wavers!”
“UPW backs Maile all the way.”– Loyna Kamakeeaina,UPW member and Waianae resident
“I know Maile cares about protecting our vulnerable population.”– Angela Hoppe-Cruz, Makaha resident
These videos can be viewed on TV as well as vialive streaming on your computer — click here. Leeward Community College – WaianaeElection 2010 – Maile Shimabukuro HD45All on FOCUS 499/10/10 Fri 11:30 am9/11/10 Sat 2:30 pm9/14/10 Tue 8:00 pm9/16/10 Thu 6:00 pm E Ala Voyaging CanoeElection 2010 – Maile Shimabukuro HD45All on FOCUS 499/9/10Continue reading “Airdates – Election 2010 – Maile Shimabukuro HD45”
L-R: Rodlyn Brown, Art Frank, Maile, Brooks Outland, and Laurie Lawrence appeared on `Olelo on 9/1/10 to support Maile’s re-election. Brooks Outland presented Maile with a beautiful “Mighty Mo” coin that he designed.
Q: If elected, what is your highest priority for improving education in Hawai‘i? Maile: Cooling schools off! So many schools on the Wai`anae Coast and throughout the state lack air conditioning and other cooling mechanisms. The classrooms, portables, and other buildings are miserably hot, and make learning practically unbearable. I am encouraged by the DOE’sContinue reading “Maile’s Responses to Kanu HI’s Candidate Survey”
House District 45 Polling Places: Waianae Intermediate & Makaha Elementary Due to the lack of poll workers, several polling places have closed for this upcoming 2010 election. House District 45 polling places for the 9/18/10 Primary Election and 11/2/10 General Election are: Waianae Intermediate School and Makaha Elementary School. Waianae Elementary and Kamaile Elementary willContinue reading “District 45: Vote at Waianae Inter & Makaha El”
From: Tam, Steven Subject: AARP Hawaii Launches 2010 State Voter GuideTo:Date: Thursday, September 9, 2010, 4:48 PM Aloha! AARP Hawaii has released the 2010 State Voter Guide – an election resource featuring the views of candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, and every state legislative race in the primary election this year. The Voter Guide includesContinue reading “AARP Hawaii 2010 State Voter Guide”