I am not knowledgeable of my ancestry, but my grandfather "Peter K. Moses Sr." was a descendant of the "Hukiku" ohana.
I attended "Kailua High School" till 11th grade, got my GED through "Moanalua School for Adults. I've also got certified in Commercial Cleaning and did some Computer Programming.
I've worked as a Cook, Mechanic, Painter, Welder, Forklift operator and a Medical Aide during my time with the Department of Public Safety.
I've been incarcerated for Auto thief, Traffic violations, Burglary, Criminal Property Damage and UCPV.
Through my time of incarceration, I've always kept in touch with my beliefs as for the Hawaiian Self-Governance. I feel I could help make a difference in "Our" community. I share the same values of most Native Hawaiians, to educate our people in the ways of our culture (present and past), also start to build and manage housing on ceded lands to build a Native Hawaiian Community. "I have a dream, to someday be a part of this Nation and to see our people United as One!!!". There are to many Kanaka Mauoli locked up in our system today, and I'm just one of many that wants to speak out and make a change!!!
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
- Daisy Moses
- Stacey Moses
- Louisa Moses
- Malia Moses
- Peter Moses
- Rosie Moses
- John Moses Jr
- Bernadette Moses
- Peter Moses Jr
- Kimo Moses