Some things along the way

My favorite place in the world is Hale Hōʻikeʻike. When Iʻm giving tours there, I am able to connect with Mauiʻs rich history and share that with visitors.  the volunteers at Hale Hōʻikeʻike are all like family and we enjoy sharing topics of interest together.  Seeing how Wailuku and Kahuluiʻs history has unfolded allows me to connect those stories with sights in the community and to imagine what life was like for generations before us.


The Courage to Speak Up

2016: In the face of adversity, Kahala nervously, but bravely stands for those in her care.  Nothing can stop a woman who loves her people enough to stand for fairness and equality.  Criminalizing homelessness without solution is unfair.


2020:  The homelessness in Kahului has not changed much, leading me to question why does legislation continue to invest in street sweeps without investing into solutions.  


If we want the problems to go away, the best action moving forward is to present solutions that actually work.  Pointing fingers is a clear indication that legislation is not willing to represent their citizens - which is ironically what their job is to do.  


If elected, it is my understanding that I represent your voices, therefore without a finger to point, I will commit to the job that I am asking for: which is your vote and a chance to serve our community.

Humble Return Home

During the time I was recovering from my Crainiectomy [neurosurgery] and our family had just returned from a 107 year exile.  Ironically, after 107 years I have once again returned - this time as a candidate on the first Aloha ʻĀina Party platform.


Our journey together is much more interesting.

We have businesses to restore, programs to open

education and environment to focus on together.

Iʻm going to listen to you & we are going to do this together.

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