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District 02 – Janis E. Cowser (D)

Full Name: Janis Cowser

Name on Ballot: Janis E. Cowser

Age: 63

Political Party: Democrat

Running For: House

District: 2

Email Address: janiscowser@yahoo.com

Current Job: Political activist

Place of birth: Hilo

Campaign website: cowsercorporation.com

Job history past 10 years:

Political activist

Ever run for public office? If so, when? Outcome?

No

Other civic experience or community service?

As teen working with Bobby Kennedy who was running for president of United State before he was murdered in 1968

Anything else you’d like voters to know about you?

I have bachelor of arts in sociology and minor in psychology from California State University, Dominguez Hills

The degree of associate in arts Liberal Art-Los Angeles Southwest College

Rio Hondo College

P.C. 832- AWARDED

I have Certificate Registration work “$710 A Month/Live Hawaii Well” in Production now

What makes you qualified to be a state representative?

This is the reason why I an running for Hawaii State Representative District 2, to protect the people from lawless folk, Political corruption as well as corruption people with power like police office and the dirty doctor. Sexually Assaulted & Physical abuse by the attending paramedic in Waikoloa on the Big Island

Gov. Ige says he will once again propose increases to the state gas tax, vehicle weight tax and state registration fees to help pay for state road projects. Do you support his proposal?

Tax surcharge is farce!-Lying again ‘Temporary’ Tax Hikes is Old Tactic.

“Lawmakers promised in 2005 that the rail surcharge would be temporary. The last time state lawmakers talked about a temporary tax was back in 1986.”

If the Legislature is again asked to extend Oahu’s half-percent excise tax surcharge to finance construction or operation of the rail system, would you support such an extension?

No. I have never voted for an increase. Hey, if I don’t understand why we have to pay tax then how can explain this to people.

Too use certain tax money to fund projects that don’t benefit our constituents in their state. We shouldn’t tax them.

Should the state play a role in cracking down on illegal vacation rentals in Hawaii?

Hawaii should license vacation rentals and the state should get its fair share of taxes out of them. Furthermore it’s said that most of the illegal vacation rentals is not paying Transient Accommodation Taxes.

Should the Legislature require that police officers in Hawaii use “body cameras,” and help to fund the use of those cameras?

Yes!Body cameras will motivate more people involved in an incident to act responsibly as well as a lawless action which include dirty police office!

Dozens of police officers in Hawaii are disciplined each year for committing crimes or violating departmental policies, but little information is released about the officers or their cases. Do you think there needs to be greater public disclosure?

Yes, this should be disclosed to the public. However, lawless police officers that commit a crime should not be treated any differently than other lawless thug!

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