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Hawaii State Representative District 14

Duties: The Hawaii State House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the Hawaii State Legislature. The Hawaii House of Representatives is a part-time body.Areas Represented: Hanalei, Princeville, Kilauea, Anahola, Kapaa, WailuaHow Elected: The house consists of 51 members elected from an equal number of respective representative districts. A Representative must be a Hawaii resident not less than three years, is at least 18 years old, and is a qualified voter of the representative district from which the person seeks to be elected. Candidates for state legislative offices who are nominated in the primary election and are unopposed in the general election will be deemed elected to the office sought after the primary election regardless of the number of votes received by that candidate (Hawaii State Constitution, Article III, Section 4). Term: Two years, not subject to term limits.Base Salary (2020): $62,604 plus $225/day if living outside Oahu, $10/day for members living on Oahu; Senate President - $70,104

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    Steve MONAS

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Age 46
Education Bachelors of Business Administration
Campaign Phone (858) 952-4270
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Twitter @stevemonas
Driving profitable change is what I do best. With my extensive background in business I am ideally suited to understanding how to use this position and funds to help small businesses and farmers. My goal is to create a robust and sustainable economy within the next 12 months. I am committed to helping small enterprises. I am committed to promoting farmers (non GMO), sustainability, small businesses, entrepreneurship and community. Public office is a place to serve the people and help make their lives better and easier. I will be dedicated to preventing government overreach, reducing oppressive regulations, and looking out for our individual liberty. I bring positive energy and decisive leadership to each challenge.
• Boosting economic growth • Ensuring there are jobs, at all levels, for Hawaiians and all the people of Hawaii.