LEEWARD COAST VOTERS, please check your ballot online “Track Your Ballot” at https://hawaii.ballottrax.net/voter/. If you receive a notice that says “Ballot Rejected – Curable” please contact Senator Maile S. L. Shimabukuro at 808-349-3075. There are 192 ballots that have been rejected due to invalid signatures, however, it can be cured and resubmitted. The deadline isContinue reading “URGENT: IT’S NOT OVER YET – CALL TO ACTION!”

More Neighbors & Friends Who Support Maile

“Maile eliminated the ‘recon’ inspection for modified cars, legalized paiai, gave child sex abuse victims more time to sue perpetrators, and so much more. Join us in voting for her!”~Kuahine Ohana ~Art Frank ~Jordan Patterson ~Berny Luning ~James Cowles ~Pulicicchio Ohana ~Dean Marzol~Joan Gallagher and Margaret Brash (HGEA)~Kevin Johnson and Diane Dawson~Emerita and Ronald Strode

Sign Waving Schedule

Tuesday 11/1/22, 6-7am @ Honokai Hale Park with Darius Kila Wednesday 11/2/22, 4-5:30pm @ Maili Beach Park (across St John’s Rd) Thursday 11/3/22, 4-5:30pm @ Wai’anae Mall Friday 11/4/22, 4-5:30pm @ Zablan’swith Darius Kila & Cedric Gates  Saturday 11/5/22 9-11am Mass Sign Waving *Nanakuli @ Zablan’s w/Darius*Maili @ Maili Beach/Across St John’s Rd w/Maile*Waianae @ WaianaeContinue reading “Sign Waving Schedule”

Join Us for Brochure Bagging 10/20-10/21, and Mass Canvassing 10/22!

The Democratic coordinated campaign needs help bagging brochures for a literature drop on the Waianae Coast this Saturday that benefits our Democratic candidates up and down the ticket.  Please recruit bunches of good volunteers to put together 4,000 bags for this literature drop.  Brochure bagging volunteers are needed on Thursday 10/20/22, and Friday 10/21/22,  from noon –Continue reading “Join Us for Brochure Bagging 10/20-10/21, and Mass Canvassing 10/22!”

🦇 Haunted House & Trunk or Treat Bash 🎃

The Nanakuli High & Intermediate School Robotics Team will be “spooking” you at the Haunted House! We are seeking kokua with:– donations of “Trunk or Treat” &/or table-hosted games, pupu, snacks/desserts, water/juice, ice/coolers, keiki prizes, decorations, and– volunteers to assist with set up, clean up, water & food stations, etc.Email maileshimabukuro@yahoo.com if you would likeContinue reading “🦇 Haunted House & Trunk or Treat Bash 🎃”

Sen. Shimabukuro Passes Bill to Help Domestic Violence Victims Flee During Divorces

SB828 allows domestic violence victims to flee off-island for safety prior to the completion of their divorce. Previously, if a DV victim did not remain on island for 3 months, and in the state for 6 months, HI courts would dismiss their divorces. Here is a link to SB828, which was introduced by Sen. MaileContinue reading “Sen. Shimabukuro Passes Bill to Help Domestic Violence Victims Flee During Divorces”

Maile’s Accomplishments & Vision

Senator Maile Shimabukuro’s Key Accomplishments 2022
~ Homelessness & Housing: $15m Ohana Zones; $23m Housing Subsidies for TANF recipients; $10m Public Housing; $5m Affordable Home Ownership; $500,000 Rental Assistance; $600,000 Safe Spaces for Homeless Youth
~ Traffic Mitigation: $31m to continue extending the 5th lane and contraflow; parallel route from Paakea Road to Lualualei Naval Road; sidewalk and other safety improvements; elimination of eastbound merge
~ Education: Papahana O Kaiona alternative learning center facility at Old Kaiser Building on St. John’s Road ($2m); Waianae High Marine Science Learning Center and Fish Hatchery ($2.8m; SB3190) and Rubberized All-Weather Track ($4m); Nanakuli High and Intermediate Performing Arts Auditorium ($2m) and Baseball Field improvements ($1.5m)

Join Us In Voting to Re-Elect Senator Maile Shimabukuro!

“In 2022 alone, Maile helped to secure roughly $1B for DHHL; $50m for low income housing; $31m for traffic relief; $40m for a Waianae-owned carbon capture project; $10m for Waianae Coast schools; and passed laws to improve our quality of life. She has the track record, relationships, experience, and character we need to continue representingContinue reading “Join Us In Voting to Re-Elect Senator Maile Shimabukuro!”


UPDATE: NEW SIGN-WAVING SCHEDULE Friends of Maile Shimabukuro is joining Governor Ige’s Democratic Candidate mass sign waving on: *Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-6pm, in Nanakuli along Farrington Hwy at Zablan Beach Park (ewa/west end of Pohakunui Avenue). Benjamin Gates plans to bring a few of my signs; and *Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5:30pm, in Honokai Hale (AcrossContinue reading “UPDATE: NEW SIGN-WAVING SCHEDULE”

Your Neighbors & Friends Who Endorse Maile

“Maile has the track record, experience, and character needed to be our Senator. Join us in voting to re-elect her!” •Shirley and Richard Landford • Patty Kahanamoku Teruya • Kaina Nakanealoha, Leena, and Francis Farreilly • Paula and Ed Werner • Doug and JoAnn Westbrook Tony Keola Matautia Mele Worthington Cisco Santos and Patrice TannaContinue reading “Your Neighbors & Friends Who Endorse Maile”

Congratulations Mrs. Makaha-Crystal Nielsen & Mrs. Wai’anae-Katelin Manansala!

Talk about the full package ~ Mrs. Wai’anae-Katelin Manansala, and Mrs. Makaha-Crystal Nielsen, both home school their children, and focus on promoting the health and well-being of our community. I had the pleasure of seeing them in action at the 07/08/18 Breathe Aloha fundraiser to benefit “Arise Five” non-profit organizations: Ho’ola Na Pua, She Rescue,Continue reading “Congratulations Mrs. Makaha-Crystal Nielsen & Mrs. Wai’anae-Katelin Manansala!”

Stacelynn Eli, Rep. Cedric Gates & Sen. Maile Shimabukuro Work Together to Serve the Community

“I enjoy collaborating with other community leaders to respond to our constituents’ needs, and come up with solutions to our most pressing problems.” ~ Sen. Maile Shimabukuro. L-R: Stacelynn Eli, Rep. Cedric Gates, and Sen. Maile Shimabukuro.

Accomplishments & Goals: Election 2018!

Aloha! Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Maile Shimabukuro, and I currently serve as State Senator for District 21, which encompasses Kalaeloa to Kaena Point on Oahu’s leeward side. I have had the pleasure of serving you as a legislator for over 15 years. I was first elected to the State HouseContinue reading “Accomplishments & Goals: Election 2018!”