Political candidates meet with 300 senior citizens voters
By Craig T. Kojima |
July 6, 2022
| Updated on July 7, 2022 at 12:29 am
Bok Dong Yoon and wife, Suzanne, were among more than 300 voters who turned out Wednesday at the Lanakila Multi-Purpose Senior Center in Kalihi to mingle with more than 40 political candidates running in the Aug. 13 party primary elections. The center is Hawaii’s largest senior center.
Sen. Kai Kahele, who is running for governor, talks with Elaine Gushiken.
Gary Gill, who is running for District 25 in the House of Representatives, talks to a voter.
Walter Woods, who is running for governor, speaks with a voter.
State Rep. John MIzuno, who is running for House District 28, takes a photo with supporters.
Sherry Menor-McNamara and Ikaika Anderson are both running for lieutenant governor.
Shirley Templo, who is running for House District 30, sang karaoke with those in attendance.
Walter Woods, left, is running for governor and Ian Ross, is running for State Senate District 11.
Sylvia Luke, left, who is running for lieutenant governor, takes a photo with Nancy Hirano and Ben Asato.
BJ Penn, who is running for governor, poses for a photo with his mother, Lorraine Shin.
Lt. Gov. Josh Green, who is runing for governor, takes a photo with a voter.