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Office of the Governor

David Yutaka Ige / Shan S. Tsutsui (D)

Improving public education creates unlimited academic opportunities and skilled workers who will grow and strengthen our economy. I’ll work to empower public school principals and teachers, and appoint individuals to the Board of Education who have children in public schools, and therefore have a vested interest in the system’s success.

Duke Aiona / Elwin P. Ahu (R)

There are many big ideas on the horizon for issues including affordability, education. It is extremely important to me to deliver practical and creative solutions that I feel confident I can implement as governor. I don’t want 400 pages of unfocused, undelivered promises at the end of my first term.

Jeff Davis / Cynthia “Lahi” Marlin (L)

Campaigns funded by the state, not special interest "pay to play" elections and dynastys. This is the very root of almost all Hawaii’s problem.

Mufi Hannemann / Les Chang (I)

Providing collaborative leadership with mayors through HCL to streamline and increase efficiencies and work jointly on projects. These include a renewed statewide ferry system that encompasses a community-based process and a commitment to conduct an environmental impact study. Input from elected officials and viewpoints from all citizens will be sought.