Halloween Sign Waving Fun on 10-29-10

Mahalo to all the volunteers who sign waved in costume on 10/29/10. We sure had a lot of fun, and got into the Halloween spirit! Thanks to Cathy Outland for, as always, taking excellent photos to memorialize the day. Cathy and her husband Brooks went “all out” with their blow-up duck and sumo costumes, respectively,Continue reading “Halloween Sign Waving Fun on 10-29-10”

Star-Advertiser Endorses Rep. Shimabukuro

[Note: The Star-Advertiser published the following endorsement on 30 Oct. 2010. Click here to read the entire article.] Smaller-town Values Rise to Top The Star-Advertiser completes its legislative endorsement series today with a look around the most rural piece of an otherwise urbanized island. It starts with the farmland-turned-subdivisions of Ewa and curves around theContinue reading “Star-Advertiser Endorses Rep. Shimabukuro”

Maile Responds to Questions from The Hawaii Independent

On 30 Oct. 2010, The Hawaii Independent published this interview with Rep. Maile Shimabukuro. Click here for the original article. Q. Who is your largest campaign contributor? A. Unions and plaintiff’s attorneys Q. Where do you stand on civil unions? Would you have voted for House Bill 444? Do you think that the debate overContinue reading “Maile Responds to Questions from The Hawaii Independent”

Kaimana Pine Endorses Maile

“Maile’s experience and proven effectiveness has earned my respect and continued support. Special Mahalo to Maile for her hard work helping to clean up Kea`au Beach. It was great working together on that and other projects, and I look forward to further collaborations.” – Kaimana Pine (left), of Wai`anae’s Hale Nalu Surf & Bike, picturedContinue reading “Kaimana Pine Endorses Maile”


Rep. Shimabukuro appointed Art Frank, far left, as the first known deaf quadriplegic co-campaign manager in Hawai`i. NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release Contacts:Rep. Maile Shimabukuro, 349-3075Co-Campaign Manager Art Frank, 744-3128Campaign Volunteer Wai Paaoao, 693-5987 Wai`anae, HI. Rep. Maile Shimabukuro (D-45th) of Wai`anae, Makaha, Makua made history by appointing the first multi-disabled person in Hawai`i neiContinue reading “FIRST DEAF QUADRIPLEGIC CO-CAMPAIGN MANAGER IN HAWAI`I APPOINTED BY REP. SHIMABUKURO”

Star-Advertiser Endorses Maralyn Kurshals!

Quote from “School board needs new energy” (Star-Advertiser editorial on Oct 20, 2010): For the Leeward Oahu seat vacated by outgoing BOE chairman Breene Harimoto, who won an uncontested City Council race, Maralyn Kurshals is our choice. Kurshals, who works at the Leeward Oahu Family Guidance Center, has been a strong advocate of education onContinue reading “Star-Advertiser Endorses Maralyn Kurshals!”