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Hawaii US Senator

Duties: U.S. Senators share the responsibility with U.S. Representatives for enactment of the nation’s laws as provided for in the U.S. Constitution. They may also conduct investigations on issues of national importance. The Senate is charged with ratifying treaties established by the President and confirms Presidential appointments of Cabinet members, federal judges and foreign ambassadors.Qualifications: Must be a U.S. citizen for at least 9 years; an inhabitant of Hawaii when elected; and at least 30 years of age.How Elected: The Senate consists of 100 members, two from each state. They are elected by a state at large and serve for 6 years. One-third of the Senate is up for election every two years. A Senator from Hawaii must be at least 30 years of age, must be an inhabitant of Hawaii when elected, and must have been a citizen of the United States for at least 9 years.Term: Six years, not subject to term limitsBase Salary: $174,000

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    Feena M. BONOAN
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Biographical Information

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What, if any, actions would you work towards in your first 100 days to address the threats facing Hawaii due to climate change?

Education BA from Hawaii Pacific University
Military/Community Service US Navy- 10 years, Hawaii Veterans Cannabis Alliance- 7 years
Campaign Website http://www.feenabonoan.com
Twitter @@FeenaBonoan
Campaign Phone 8087217673
Campaign Mailing Address 92-149 Kohi Place
Kapolei, HI 96707
I am running to serve the people. I have been served most of life, I waited tables out of high school and then served our country for ten years. I am good at giving people what they want and defending our freedoms. I am going to do the work, not to vote yes because the other side says no. A Libertarian in the Senate has a chance to bridge the divide in America, to listen to all sides of the issues. Libertarian elected to the Senate from Hawaii will send a message to Washington and the other parties that the people of Hawaii were not being treated fairly and their voices were not being heard.
Our government has overgrown its welcome in people’s lives. Increasing and protecting freedom is my main goal. Increasing freedom by getting rid of outdated legislation that makes life more difficult in Hawaii like the Jones Act and legalizing marijuana. Protecting freedom by ensuring equal freedoms to all people and defending all rights of the people.

From foreign wars, to inflation, and to telling you what to do with your body, we have a government that serves itself more than the people. I am in favor of term limits. If you can’t get done what you promise in 10 years, pass the baton.
I would work to get the government out of the way of progress.

We need to think of this outside the box, and do more than decrease what we put out, we need to clean up what we have.

If we stopped everything today, the ice caps would still melt because the greenhouse gasses have accumulated. Good news, science created a way to scrub them out of the air.

We have a huge trash problem. Good news, biologists found fungi that consume and break down plastic.

Both of these scenarios have obstacles that engineers are working on, and both have federal agencies working against them.