Kimo Kaleohano
Oahu
Hawaiian ancestry:
Aloha Mai Kakou My name is Kimo Kaleohano. I am Kaleohano and Pahukula on my grandfathers side and Hila Kapakui on my grandmothers side. My mo'oku'auhau goes back to ali'i in the 1750's so far.
Educational background:
Waianae HS, Montgomery college, UFCW 480 trade school
Employment history:
Currently self employed with Island Pride Hawaii
Criminal record:
None
Personal statement:
I am passionate about our people, culture, history and our La'hui. I believe that our Aina and our keiki's future must be fiercely protected and defended against those who wish take those very things away. I believe that corruption and greed have poisoned every aspect of politics in Hawaii and I vow to defend our Lahui and our people from the seemingly unending attacks. I believe that we are who we were, that our kupuna left us a blueprint to follow, and that we are truly the people of Aloha. I believe in the words of my Queen, "I owed no allegiance to the Provisional Government so established, nor to any power or to any one save the will of my people and the welfare of my country", this is where my allegiance lies. She also said "I could not turn back the time for political change, but there is still time to save our heritage. You must remember never to cease to act because you fear you may fail ", that is why I am running. I will be guided by her advise when she said "The way to lose any earthly kingdom is to be inflexible, intolerant and prejudicial. Another way is to be too flexible, tolerant of too many wrongs and without judgment at all". Mahalo for your vote. Onipa'a Hawaii
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • James Kaleohano Roberts
  • James Kaleohano Roberts Jr
  • Kekoa Anderson
  • Steven Kaleohano Roberts
  • Jessica Robertson-Thomas
  • Maxine Meredith-Roberts
  • Robert Ebanez
  • Annie Hila Roberts
  • Laura Leialoha Kaleohano
  • Chevy Anderson

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