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Kaua`i Councilmember (vote for 7)

Duties: The County Council consists of seven members and is the legislative and policy-making body of the Kaua i County government. Council powers include the authority to enact zoning ordinances; exercise eminent domain powers; formulate and enact an annual operating and capital budget; adopt a pay plan for employees exempt from civil service; authorize and issue general obligation, improvement, and revenue bonds; borrow money on anticipated tax collections; investigate the operation of any county agency or function and any subject legislated upon; and adopt a general plan for the County. The County is expressly forbidden to interfere with the administrative processes delegated to the Mayor.How Elected: The County Council consists of seven members who are elected at large. A candidate must be a qualified resident and registered voter of the County for at least two years immediately preceding election or appointment. Term: Two years, limited to a maximum of four consecutive full terms.Base Salary: Councilmember - $67,956; Chairperson - $76,452

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    Addison BULOSAN
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    Bernard CARVALHO
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    Felicia COWDEN
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    Billy DeCOSTA
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    Luke A. EVSLIN
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    Fern Anuenue HOLLAND
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    Rosemarie JAUCH
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    Ross K. KAGAWA
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    KipuKai L.P. KUALI'I
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    James Robert LANGTAD
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    Jeffrey LINDNER
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    Lila Balmores METZGER
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    Nelson H. MUKAI
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    Jakki NELSON
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    Mel RAPOZO
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    Roy SAITO
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    Rachel M. SECRETARIO
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    Shirley R. SIMBRE-MEDEIROS
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    Clint A. YAGO, Sr.
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Biographical Information

Please provide a brief Candidate Statement, describing your qualifications and why you are running for this office.

If elected, how would you stop political corruption or the appearance of corruption?

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

Do you believe the response to the COVID-19 crisis could have been improved, and if so, how?

Education Doctor of Chiropractic
Military/Community Service n/a
Campaign Phone 8086521442
Campaign Email addisonbulosan@gmail.com
Being born and raised on the island of Kaua'i, I feel connected to the challenges and needs of our community. As a healthcare practitioner, small business owner, and community organizer, I've tackled these challenges for years and it's time to take my experience to our local legislative level.

I'm a qualified candidate for Kaua'i County council because of the community work I do every day. I work alongside local small businesses as the President of Rice Street Business Association. I work with our community as an Advisory board member with the Hawaii Foodbank Kaua'i. I also practice as a Doctor of Chiropractic in my private practice, helping people with chronic health issues.

My ability to work with individuals, community organizers, and our current representatives, enables me to work collaboratively and focus on the needs of our community.
Transparency and accountability must be at every level of our political system. Communication is key, I'm committed to being proactive as an elected council-member. My focus will be on making sure our system communicates on every level and that our community stays informed and is part of the decision making processes.

My focus will be on what we can do collectively here on Kaua'i. My efforts will be working with community organizations with effective legislative approaches to help enable our Kaua'i community to take part in addressing our climate change issues.

Our first actions would be to ensure that our local government is able to implement basic climate change practices within our administration. Leading by example is important and is something we must do as a legislative body.
I commend our local leaders for the tough task of adapting and responding to the pandemic. Many unsung heroes rose up to the challenge to make sure our community stayed healthy and it required our entire community to come together and support each other.

As a healthcare practitioner, my focus is in empowering our community to withstand these challenges. The only improvement we need to work on is to make sure that we help people with reversible chronic health conditions improve their health so that they are not vulnerable to the challenges that we face. Our number one issue was protecting those who needed the help and the best way forward is making sure they are empowered beforehand.
Education Kapaa High School Graduate (1979) University of Hawaii Graduate (1984)
Military/Community Service Coalition for a Drug Free Hawaii, Kawaihau District Leadership Coalition; PTSA President, Kapaa High School, Coach
Campaign Phone (808) 482-0381
My intention is to run for Kauai County Council and bring "Leadership with Lokahi" (unity). Together we are Stronger! I bring experience within government as a civil servant for seventeen years, appointed Department Head for six years and Mayor of the County of Kauai for ten years. I have the ability to reach out into our community, listen to the needs and concerns of our people and work together with my fellow Council Members and County Administration in finding solutions. My experience has been not only finding solutions but creating an action plan that involves all branches of County Government to include State and Federal levels as well.
I would work hard to bring any indication of political corruption to the table to assure that the people are aware and we address it together.
As a council member, I would provide all my support in addressing Climate Change based on the real life experiences we've encountered here on our Island of Kauai. From major Hurricanes, to life threating floods that devastated our Island and we made it through. I believe it's all about management and planning wisely. Monitoring sea level rise, clearing and maintenance of our rivers and streams, reaching out and seeking resources to continue to develop and create a comprehensive disaster preparedness plan that addresses prevention, protection and of our natural resources. It is imperative that we seek resources at all levels of government to assure that the people we serve receive reliable and efficient information.
I believe we handled our Covid crisis in the best and most efficient way possible with the resources we had. By making the tough decisions to keep our people safe and by providing efficient and updated information gave our people hope.
Education BS Engineering/Comp Sci 1984 Northern Arizona University
Campaign Phone (808) 652-4363
Campaign Email FeliciaCowden@gmail.com
Campaign Website http://www.feliciacowden.com
"Putting People First" is my campaign motto. It has been an honor to work with the citizens of our island in my first two terms in office to help solve their concerns ranging from infrastructure needs, neighborhood conflict, ability to find housing, adapting to the natural forces surrounding them and assisting interface with government. Our infrastructure needs are almost a breaking point, particularly landfill capacity.

Working directly with our people is my joy. I make house calls. With every policy that is in front of me, I look to understand the practical level of how it impact people's lives on a daily basis.

My council position is the primary, full-time focus of my life at present. Municipal government needs to assist and empower the community rather than impose unnecessary controls and restrictions. Fiscal responsibility and infrastructure improvement are our primary responsibilities and have my focus.
As a matter of routine practice, I attend the parallel Commission and government meetings, working respectfully with the layers of government around me to press for accuracy and accountability.
Climate Change requires a reduction in our carbon footprint. We can drastically reduce our rates of consumption and fossil fuels if we so decide, as demonstrated in the early response to COVID-19. We need to encourage a hybrid of the new habits we have learned including more remote work and tele-conferencing; encouraging complimentary work schedules to reduce traffic and the need to build new roads. Most important is to focus on the building of a localized economy, simplifying our needs, and growing our own food. We need to take a creative look at refining Hawaii's heavy reliance on tourism to become the host rather than the servant.
The lockdown and it’s funding was too heavy creating profound consequences of inflation, migration and displacement of the working population particularly in rural areas. While I support the availability and ease of access to medical interventions such as vaccinations, I am opposed to removing the fundamental freedoms of managing one’s own health. There should always be personal freedom in one’s own health strategies.,
Education Bachelor degree in Business Concentration economics Bachelor degree in Education
Military/Community Service N/A
With all the problems we are facing in this ever fast changing world, I believe we need visionary leadership that can secure our sustainable food production in the decades to come.
I already started this process by not taking any monetary donations for any individuals, businesses, and or Lobbyists. My decisions are based on what the common people need and want.
Be more responsible for recycling, enforce our county set back building ordinance.
COVID was a crisis none of us was prepared for and playing sideline QB after this pandemic is ignorant. We need to work diligently together to address all concerns, like medical, emotional, economical and social for all our adults and children.
Education - Kauaʻi High School, 2003 - Claremont McKenna College, coursework in government, 2003-2005 - University of Hawai‘i, Bachelor of Arts in history with coursework towards a minor in business, 2005-2007 - University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy, Master's of public administration with a focus in public policy, 2017- 2020
Military/Community Service - Kaua’i County Council member 2018-2022 - Hui O Mana Ka Puʻuwai adult paddling coach, 2012-2015 - Island School paddling coach, 2017-current - Treasurer and board member at Malama Huleʻia, 2015-2021 - Commissioner on Open Space, Public Access and Natural Resources Preservation Commission Fund, 2013-2014 - Member of Community Advisory Committee, Kauaʻi General Plan Update, 2015-2016
Campaign Address PO Box 662074
Lihue, HI 96766
Campaign Phone (808) 635-6623
Campaign Email luke@lukeevslin.com
Campaign Website http://www.lukeevslin.com
Campaign Facebook http://www.facebook.com/evslin
Campaign Twitter @LukeEvslin
On Kauaʻi, we face a number of deep and interwoven problems: home prices are too high, good jobs are too hard to find, carbon emissions are changing our climate and threatening our coast, and traffic is overwhelming both our infrastructure and our patience. Some of these problems have festered so long it may feel as if we’re powerless to change them. I have no illusions about the difficulty of addressing these challenges, and I don’t claim there are easy solutions. But I do believe that local government can do more. I’m running for office because I believe there are solutions. Our land and how we use it is at the heart of all these issues. And while the county council may be limited in some aspects of island governance, we do have the power to direct the density, location, and form of development. Through these tools, we can reduce home prices, reduce inequality, reduce carbon emissions, and reduce the time we spend in traffic.
In 2020, I accepted $0 in campaign contributions and ran as close to a zero dollar campaign as possible. While accepting some contributions in 2022, I still do not accept any corporate or corporate PAC contributions. Not because I think that the donations will influence my vote, but because I want to do all that I can to restore trust in public office. County Council elections can be run with relatively low campaign expenditures, and no candidates are out there desperate for money. So, I do not actually think that corruption is a significant threat at a local level.
We need to get to 100% renewable energy both for electricity and ground transportation as soon as possible. We're trending in the right direction for electricity and are already at 70% renewable as an island. The bigger nut to crack is transportation-- which, at a county level, requires building homes near jobs, investments in EV-charging infrastructure, and investments in renewable bus transportation. I am committed to working on all three fronts.

Adapting to the risks of climate change requires that we set homes further back from the beach (as we are currently doing), increase the freeboard requirements for ocean front homes, and reduce zoning densities in some coastal areas.
I think that the response on Kaua'i was really good, while our response as a nation could certainly have improved. However, I don't think that there is much in the way of policy that could have helped nationally-- as so much of our public health response requires trust in science, trust in government, and trust in each other to do the right thing. While I think we largely knocked it out of the park on all three measures on Kaua'i as we collectively sacrificed for each other, I don't think we currently have the social cohesion as a nation to respond well to this type of crisis.

To improve it will take long term investments in public health and a concerted effort to restore trust.
Education Kapa'a High School Graduate, Class of 2002. Griffith University’s School of Environment - Bachelors in Science with triple majors in Marine Biology, Wildlife Management & Environmental Science.
Military/Community Service I am, and have been since moving home from college 10 years ago, active in the community and proactive on local issues. I have been been active on this issue relating to heavy pesticide use, land management and large agribusiness impacts for 15 years and work to support various efforts to expand local food and agriculture sector while addressing environmental impacts (past and present) from industrialized agriculture. Currently I am the President of the Kauaʻi Food Hub and involved in multiple community service projects.
Campaign Address PO Box 1996
Kapaa, HI 96746
Campaign Phone 8086346242
Campaign Email votefern@gmail.com
Campaign Website http://votefern.com
I have been an advocate for social and environmental justice my entire life. My life long community and environmental work has motivated me to run for public office. My nearly 10 years of involvement locally in State and County politics has led me to understanding that this is a viable way to help make a difference in our community for the better of Kauaʻi and our people.

I believe that my life experience, education and passion for Kauaʻi will be evident in how I engage with, listen to and work for our residents. I will be transparent, clear and thoughtful in the things I support and don't, with an explanation. I believe that I can relate to and understand the needs of our diverse community and honor our unique and valuable history and culture while making good decisions for our future.

I believe that my environmental science background will help with important decision making around environmental issues that will need to happen in the coming years.
To stop political corruption we have to support efforts to take money out of politics and stop 'pay to play' behavior. On a personal level I will be transparent and stand for reforms that create more overall transparency and trust in government and help weed out corruption.
As an environmental scientist who took environmental and atmospheric chemistry classes I intimately understand the threats that man made climate change poses to our future; I will be supportive of measures to address, curb, and mitigate the impacts of climate change on a county level. If elected I will immediately meet with partners working on this and understand what support can come from the Council and do my best to see that happen.
I believe we were navigating through unknown territory with very few tools and few answers to our questions. I don't think we could have possibly known the side effects of the major shut down that came for Hawaiʻi and I believe our leaders did what they could to minimize and delay the spread of COVID-19 while trying to respond to support those struggling during these unprecedented times. In hindsight, we could have had more structure and preparedness to deal with the social impacts of the loss of services and work and we could have had less dependency on outside resources and incoming revenue. I believe building resilience is the answer for us to cope with a pandemic, or disasters.
Education AAS Computer Science
Military/Community Service Kauai Project Kindness 2021
Campaign Phone 602-663-7876
Campaign Email rose.Jauch@hotmail.com
Campaign Website http://jauchforkcc.com
I retired from the fast paced telecommunications industry in 2011. Prior to that I was part of the sales team for a fiber optic manufacturer in Phoenix and an international broker of Unisys Burroughs mainframe and peripherals in Scottsdale.

As a Council member I will serve by producing a balanced annual and capital budget and provide sufficient revenues to fund them.

I will join the quorum in making sure that services are being efficiently, effectively, and economically delivered by all of the offices, agencies, departments, programs, and operations for which the county is responsible.

The General Plan is 586 pages of national award winning work in place to guide Kauai in present day and plan for a healthy future. Success depends on empowering community to feel confident that their input as good stewards carries weight.

Although I will have opinions on the many matters that present to the Council I promise to listen to the people of Kauai before casting a vote.
Corruption is a disease that eats away at the general public’s trust and confidence in their government. The Kauai Board of Ethics consists of one person yet seven new positions were just approved to monitor TVRs. Prevention, detection and correction take manpower. Develop a task force and fund it. Make consequences must serve as a deterrent. Enforcement that has no teeth is useless.
Reduce GHG levels. Find effective ways to reduce a dependence on fossil fuels and transition to clean, sustainable energy. Incinerate our waste by using scrubbers and generate energy at the same time.
2020 and 2021 brought very dark days to our shores. Two years of proclamations, mandates and the suspension of the Sunshine Law added to the pandemic’s impact on our communities. The real emergency was that there was no balance of powers. This year SB3089 passed Senate on March 8th, House on April 12 and on June 2nd Governor Ige signaled acceptance of the bill. How could it have been handled differently? What could have been handled differently was that both essential and non-essential employees could have been given a voice in a Town Hall forum to discuss the very important matters of the day with the Council and Mayor.
Education BBA business administration - accounting UH - Manoa
Military/Community Service Na
Campaign Phone 8086351605
I want to serve the community and make wise decisions for the betterment of Kaua’i and it’s future. I am 4th generation resident of Kauai and proud graduate of Waimea High School. I am aware of the functions of County government with my previous 8 yrs as a member of the Kauai County Council.
I have always been a strong advocate of fairness and accountability in our County’s management and affairs. We have proper channels to go through when there is impropriety and I am always open to improving what we have in place.
I think we have more important issues to cover as a county facing out island such as budget issues, housing, crime and homelessness, and solid waste issues that precede my focus on climate change issues in my first 100 days in office.
Kauai county has done a superb job regarding Covid and I think that this will not change.
Education Immaculate Conception School - Lihu`e, Kaua`i (Honors Student); The Kamehameha Schools Intermediate & High School - Honolulu, HI (Honors Student); University of the Pacific - Stockton, CA [B.S. in Bus. Admin.] (Honors Student)
Military/Community Service Kaua`i County Councilmember: Current (2020-22); 2018-20; 2014-16; 2011-12 Kaua`i County Council’s Housing & Intergovernmental Relations Committee, Chair Kaua`i County Council’s Finance & Economic Development Committee, Vice Chair National Association of Counties (NACo) Board, Boardmember Kaua`i Economic Opportunity (KEO), Boardmember Kaua`i County’s Agency on Elderly Affairs Advisory Task Force, Member Anahola Hawaiian Homes Association, President Pi`ilani Mai Ke Kai Community Association, Treasurer Sovereign Council of Hawaiian Homestead Associations, Policy Chair Hawaiian Lending & Investments, Founding Boardmember
Campaign Phone 8086523684
Campaign Email kipukai.kualii@gmail.com
Campaign Website http://www.kualii.com
I have over thirty years’ experience working and volunteering in Government, Labor Unions, Non-Profits and Community Organizations. As a Kaua`i County Councilmember for 3 of the last 4 terms, I’ve proven myself to be hardworking, trustworthy and thoughtful. I’ve also demonstrated my dedication to public service, my legislative policy experience, my strength with budgeting, my understanding of the issues and my commitment to always doing my homework, listening carefully and working collaboratively. What qualifies me most is the genuine concern I have for Kaua`i and Ni`ihau and my commitment to making a difference!
Together with State officials and community watchdog leaders we can stop political corruption and the appearance of corruption by supporting… 1) government reforms that limit the influence of money on the creation or execution of policy; 2) campaign finance reform that limits the amount of money organizations, corporations or individuals can donate to political campaigns; 3) the public-financing of our elections; 4) efforts against corruption in all forms, including extortion and bribery; and 5) the State Legislature’s Commission to Improve Standards of Conduct’s forthcoming recommendations.
Councilmember Evslin & I are working with stakeholders on a bill to support EV-ready charging stations in parking lots. We’ll also work on other bills taking advantage of innovations & new technologies.

As for actions I'd take, I will... • make sure our land use, capital improvements & other programming considers statewide & county climate change plans & policies. • continue supporting Housing & Planning bills that increase housing & livability in our town cores. • move Kaua`i Bus to fully electric; move rest of County fleet as much as practicable. • move to make all our buildings more efficient, and • support all extensive waste diversion efforts to reduce our solid waste hauling.
Not having the day-to-day, hands-on, managerial, decision-making experience, I don’t really know. However, I’ve seen our Mayor, Emergency Response Team and Kaua`i Department of Health Office all work together very well and do an amazing job responding and protecting our health throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. As it continues, I feel very comfortable with where we are and where we’re heading. If anything, maybe we as a county government should try to continue assisting with making masks and tests available for free. And, I would like to see regular and continued outreach and education in order to keep our residents informed and current with any other variants or potential pandemics.
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Education 4 years College
Military/Community Service no
Campaign Address PO Box 518
Anahola, HI 96703
Campaign Phone 8088220518
Campaign Email lindnerji@gmail.com
I have been a resident of Kauai for 38 years. I have developed small farms and agricultural dwellings for 35 years. The reason I am running for Kauai County Council is because the development of the island has disregarded the working class families who can neither afford to buy or rent a home. I have 35 years working experience with every County and State agency, not only on how development works, but also how it denies development in an unequitable manner.
First, we have to start with the unethical behavior and bad ,oudated policies the County is still operating under. It's important to understand that the all of Hawaii was owned and controlled by just 5 land owners for over a hundred years, and 40 years as a State until the Plantations were shut down and the land sold. There were many policies put in place at that time that gave them special treatment, and took away development rights from other land holdings. There are unwritten polices being followed that are not ethical, and some illegal. We should start there. Those can be changed by changing the law. The corruption will become apparent in that process.
Of course, it will take a long time to affect the climate, we should address as much as we can now. For the safety of the residents, we should prepare for natural disasters. Kauai being one of the wettest spots on earth requires resources to deal with flooding and the disruption in people's lives. We should have portable bridges available for Kauai's large rivers. We should not rely on the goodwill of the people only to ferry people as happened in the last Hanalei climate event. The County should also budget to work on roads at night and not close road for long hours during the day.

Kauai has 70% of it's energy renewable so we excel there.

Plastics in the ocean need to be addressed.
The Covid Pandemic exposed our out of balance reliance on tourism. Too many people had to leave the island because they could not get assistance with housing in time, whether that was to help pay rent or mortgage.

There should have been more of an emphasis of promoting natural health which Hawaii has abundance of. Being out in nature should not have been so restricted as it was at a certain point.
Education Certified Personal Trainer and Pilates Instructor
Military/Community Service Founder/VP of Kauai UnderGround Artists a grass roots local non-profit 501(c)(3) purposed to provide positive creative outlets for the youth on through dance, visual art and music. Creator of The Annual Love Life Festival purposed to create a drug-free and suicide-free culture on Kaua'i.
Campaign Email lilaforkauai@gmail.com
I was born and raised on Kaua'i, I traveled a lot right out of high school and returned home with a burden to create opportunities for the youth that I never had as a child. My passion is dance so I started teaching around the island anywhere I could, this quickly snowballed into a full non-profit organization (KUGA) and before I knew it I had flourishing dance and art program with regualr community events for over 15 years. During those years I was asked multiple times to be on volunteer boards for the Mayor for a wide range of things like land use, job requirements for county engineers, invited to sit on The Committee of The Status of women and the like because the Mayor and others in the county recognized the value of the work I was doing. I was even awarded Na Wahine Alakai O Kauai by the YWCA. For those who are familiar with my track record know my run for a seat on the county council is about serving my community. I aim to put our youth at top priority in all decision making.
I can't control others but I can control myself. Doing my best to be an example of righteous leadership is a goal I am humbly pursing. I also plan to speak up and out when I see corruption first hand. I would like to be a viewing glass into the work of the county council. It's our tax dollars that pay everyone in these positions and we should be able to know and understand what is going on.
As a county council member which is only a 2 year term I do not plan on spending anytime dealing with this issue, I aim to immediately revitalize the county parks, deal with the public bathroom issues, create sports leagues in every town and address the mental health and safety of our youth and young adults. I also plan to investigate how much money our public schools received for the extended masking requirement of our children and utilizing these funds to help create and recover the lost moments our children suffered due to masking, social distancing and even mandatory vaccines to participate in sports which left many children out.
Yes, I feel many of us were willing to do what was necessary when this pandemic started because there was so much that was unknown, but as time passed and more has been discovered we as a state should have been able to be more willing to consider the risks vs benefits. Fear has been a driving factor in getting the public reaction the government wanted. Updated information and options should have been made known to the public in a neutral way and it should have been left up to individuals to make the choice for themselves how they wanted to "stay safe."
Education University of Hawaii at Manoa
Campaign Phone 8086341290
Campaign Email Nelson4kcc@gmail.com
I am running for Kauai County Council because I want to learn how Politics and Government is run. I have a Bachelor Degree in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
If elected I'll be an honest Politician and not accepts gifts, bribes, and favors for special interest groups. I will watch spending in the council and prioritize projects so we can accomplish goals for the community . I know for myself that I'm a leader by example and I'll lead the council to do right things for the county of Kauai.
For the Island of Kauai I'll do researches of rising sea level. I believe studies have been made that the Oceans are rising around Kauai, Hawaii and around the World. Kauai has a real problem on our hands because much of our roads are built on the coastline. For the first 100 days, I would like to study alternate routes around the island.
I commend Mayor Kawakami for the job he did as Mayor of Kauai. He was always well informed and gave respect to the virus. He's very well spoken the presented himself well in front of the public. I did not like the way President Trump handled the pandemic. I think he doesn't respect people and that was his downfall from being President for a second term.
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Education Partial collage
Campaign Phone 8086522611
Campaign Email gold-express@hotmail.com
Campaign Website http://RoySaito.com
I have felt a call-to-action to run for Kaua'i Council seeing first-hand that local government has not done enough for its residents. Much of our room for growth is interrelated. Wages are not keeping up the with cost of living, housing and the rental market has turned for the worse, government overreach and heavier regulation stifle small business success, and the insecurities of our narrow industry lessen our local economy's ability to be nimble in response to stress and declines in tourism. My problem-solution and practical approach to government will help cut through the red tape and fluff to make a real difference As a community member, business owner, and family man, I am tuned in to your realities where systems, policies, and government could and should work better for you. The quality of life for the people of Kauai needs to improve. Let's build a better future together
Simple enough, true transparency. Not just words spoken. actions that need to be measured in real results. We should hold All government employees elected and hired fully accountable for not only their actions but what they promised to do.
If your going to take action towards climate change you have to have a real solution to the issue in the works before acting. there are consequences for ill prepared actions
Let real science dictate on the response and have government only follow this should have never have been a political issue
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