George Kaho'ohanohano
Maui
Hawaiian ancestry:
Hawaiian ancestry that was traced back to Piilani. I have had my son Francis L. Kaho'ohanohano attend and graduate from Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus.
Educational background:
Graduate of St. Anthony High School on Maui, Attended the University of Hawai'i, Manoa in 1968 thru 1970 - Until my father was called to active duty in Vietnam
Employment history:
28 plus years at a Police Officer in Maui County - Retired as a Police Captain in 1999. 16 plus years as a Business Agent for S.H.O.P.O. working with contracts and representing police officers
Criminal record:
No Criminal Record
Personal statement:
I strongly believe that the Hawaiian people should be self governed and that we should be looking at a starting point going back to the last constitution that we had as a kingdom and using that as a guide and reference moving forward from the perspective that the Kingdom still exist and that we need to protect what we have (land especially) along with the other items of life (Ocean to mention only two) I also believe that our Kapuna led the way with a constitutional set up with the election of our last King and that we should follow this example for the formation of our government.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • Elaine Leolani Kahoohanohano-Schultz
  • Eugene Anthony Kahoohanohano
  • Michael Patrick Kahoohanohano
  • Jarrett Keoki Kahoohanohano
  • David E. Kahoohanohano
  • Karl Kalani Kahoohanohano
  • Suzette K. Kahoohanohano
  • Dwight Damien Kahoohanohano
  • Frank Keneth Kahoohanohano
  • Glenn Kahoohanohano

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