Hawaii State House of Representatives, Leadership and Committee Chairs on Maui

Representative Justin Woodson will be hosting a historic event in Kahului.

Hawaii State House of Representatives, Leadership and Committee Chairs will be on Maui on January 3, 2014!

Share your thoughts directly with head Lawmakers. The entire House Leadership and a majority of the subject matter chairs will be present. This is a special event for Maui. Please come join us. Hosted by Representative Justin Woodson.

Lawmakers Listen with House Leadership
Pomaika’i Elementary School
January 3, 2014
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Woodson Lawmakers Listen

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If you will be on Oahu: Reception for Esther Kia’aina

If you will be on Oahu on Friday, December, 27, 2013 – you may consider attending this great event.

The Hawaiian Affairs Caucus is hosting a reception for Esther Kia’aina on her appointment as the Assistant Secretary of the Interior.  The reception will be held on Friday, December 27, 6:00 p.m., Queen Emma Summer Palace, $20 pre-sale; or $25 at the door.  Contact any of the following for tickets:  Pohai Ryan, 230-3654, Leimomi Khan, 372-0630, Kuhio Lewis 389-2006, and Pee Wee Ryan 256-7136, or e-mail Leimomi Khan at mkhan@hawaiiantel.net.

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Upcountry Democratic Party Meeting – Jan. 8th

Join the District 12 Maui County Democrats on Wednesday, January 8, 2014.

Hannibal Tavares Center’s Multipurpose room – by the pool.

Pupus at 5:00 pm, meeting at 5:30.

Democratic year 2014 is projected to be a banner year for the party.Party leaders have completed 2013 by electing an impressive, gifted slate of County Party officers.

At this meeting District 12 will be making preparations for election of officers, to fill the precinct positions within the district. We will also be beginning to prepare for the County Convention and the State Convention.

Bring your thoughts about upcountry-specific issues, as well as County and State concerns. State Senator Kalani English and State Representative Kyle Yamashita have been asked to send their thoughts on discussion items e.g. ….Hawaii minimum wage…GMOs / upcountry agriculture….an inter-island ocean cable for sustainable renewable energy.

Please reply to express your intentions in participating to District Chair Jim Crowe.
Or call Jim at cell 344 1090 Home 876 1975.

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Spead some Holiday Cheer in South Maui w/ Kaniela Ing

xmasbannermypickWHAT: HOLIDAY SIGN-WAVING, just for fun!
WHERE
: Uwapo Rd./ Piilani Hwy. at the beginning of Kihei.
WHEN: Anytime between 4:00-6:30pm
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
12/17, 12/19, 12/21.

Santa hats, elf hats, reindeer antlers, drinks, and snacks will be provided :)
Banners and signs will be provided, or bring your own too.

Come spread the holiday spirit, and have some fun!

Kaniela Ing

House of Representatives

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December Maui County Committee Meeting

The Maui County Committee of the Democratic Party will be holding a County Committee Meeting on Thursday, December 5, 2013 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the ILWU Hall in Wailuku.

The featured speaker will be a representative from the Hawaii Health Connector to speak about the impact of Obama Care in Hawaii.  A vote will be held to confirm Executive Board Members and an update on the Democratic Party of Hawaii lawsuit to have a closed primary will be discussed.

For more information, contact Maui County Committee Chair, Troy Hashimoto.

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Representative Ing’s Pre-session Town Hall Event this Saturday

Join Representative Kaniela Ing for a Pre-session Town Hall!

“What are your concerns for next year? Help me craft my priorities as a community before I enter the 2014 Legislative session.”

WHEN: This Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
WHERE: Kihei Charter School on Lipoa St. (near FHB)

I look forward to seeing you there.

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For more information contact:
Kaniela Ing
District 11: South Maui
State of Hawaii House of Representatives

Phone: 808.276.2990
Email: info@kanielaing.com
Website: http:// www.kanielaing.com/
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/n4kM9H

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Join U.S. Senator Brian Schatz for a Reception

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Please join us for a reception to support
U.S. Senator Brian Schatz
with special guest

Patrick Simmons

guitarist and vocalist of the Doobie Brothers hosted by

Dr. Richard and Lynn Rasmussen
3191 Baldwin Avenue
Makawao, HI

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Please RSVP to Josh Handelman at josh@brianschatz.com or (410) 353-5233

Click here for more information.

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Young Democrats of Hawaii – 1st Maui County Meeting

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The Young Democrats of Hawaii will be coming to MAUI!

1st Maui County Meeting: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 5:30pm-7:00pm at the Vineyard Food Company (1951 E. Vineyard Street) in Wailuku

With many young adults wanting to be more aware about the issues that Maui County and the state of Hawaii are facing, we are excited to announce that YDHI will be establishing a Maui Chapter!

This is a great opportunity to meet and network with other Mauians who share the same interests. Pupus and beverages will be provided.

Francis Choe (President of the Young Democrats of Hawaii) & Troy Hashimoto (Chair of the Maui County Democratic Party) will be there to talk stories & provide information about the Party.

The Young Democrats of Hawaii work to get young people involved in the political process in the Aloha State, and is open to Democratic Party members under the age of 36. Even if you do not meet the age limit, please feel free to come to our first meeting.  We will gladly provide you information about the Maui County Democratic Party and also about the 7 different Caucuses within our state Democratic Party.

MISSION
The Young Democrats of Hawai’i strive to:
• Stimulate in young people an active interest in governmental affairs;
• Promote their involvement in the political process;
• Increase the political strength of young people; and
• Provide the highest degree of social justice and equal opportunity for Hawai’i’s people.

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