Name on ballot:
State House – District 30
Hawaiian Republican Party
Previous job history:
Lobbyist,Television Production, College Professor, ESL Teacher
Previous elected office, if any:
Variety of Political Party
Please describe your qualifications to represent the people of Hawaii.
“I have a heart full of grace and a soul full of love.” As Martin Luther King has said.
What is the most pressing issue facing residents in your district and how would you address the problem?
Traffic which impact the environment, the quality of life, employment availability. Flexible work starting times, Licensing Rotation, Company CarPool, Shortened Work Week, Work at home on big companies rotation
Rising inflation has significantly worsened Hawaii’s already high cost of living. What can be done at the state level to help Hawaii residents cope with high consumer prices?
Eventually we are going to need to institute some form of rent control for the impoverished in Hawaii. As long as we stop building low income housing and allow housing to be professed for the poor to pass state legislature but place them on fair market value as soon as they are built.
Hawaii’s rising gasoline prices are among the highest in the nation. Should Hawaii lower or temporarily suspend state taxes on gasoline to help ease the pain at the pump?
Year ago some Japanese scientist identified untapped source of oil and rare earth that we haven’t explored yet.
Do you support or oppose efforts to slow or limit the number of tourists to Hawaii? Please explain.
Yes decide the numbers we need to sustain ourself. Limiting all island numbers.
Can Hawaii’s tourism-dependent economy be diversified, and, if so, what can state government do to support the effort?
Diversification. We could do clean sustainability industry like and Olympic Training Center for Water and Track and Field.
What is your plan to increase affordable housing in Hawaii, and to help the counties deal with homelessness?
We have 1,100 churches with only 6,000 homeless if churches adopted 6 people and had they also register with Habituate for Humanity which would assist in the building of homes.Also consider Rammed Earth Structuring of homes.
What would you propose to help protect Hawaii residents’ health during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic?
The Bio-Containment Centers
Hawaii isn’t likely to see a repeat of this year’s $2 billion revenue surplus which allowed higher-than-normal spending on state programs and projects. If elected, what will your top spending priorities be?
The building of two Bio-Containment Center one on the Windward side and one on the Leeward side as frontline to COVID, Legionaires Disease, Monkey Pox and others.
What, if anything, should state government do in response to the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe vs Wade?
I stand in support of the speechless.
What should state government do to support and improve public education in Hawaii?
Head Start, Adaption of national literacy programs of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.Early Child Literacy Programs, Alpha Kappa Alpha Literacy Academy, Sigma Gamma Rhoe Big Book Bag, Zeta Phi Beta Adopt a School Program, Multigenerational Centers, Summer Book Reading Clubs
What reforms, if any, would you propose to make local government more transparent to the public?
The 33% household survey participants which would rotate throughout the population of registered voters which would serve like juror duty.
Do you support or oppose the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on the Big Island and why?
If this is a sacred Hawaiian worship site then it can be acknowledged as a
United Nations Historical LandMark.
Is there anything more that you would like voters to know about you?
An elephant never forget…
An elephant never forget to vote in an election Nawh
An elephant never forget
And the candidate to support
The candidate to elect is Azinga District 30
Azinga District 30
Azinga District 30 Yeah!
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