Frances Kaluhiwa
Hawaiian ancestry:
38% Hawaiian ancestry
Educational background:
Attended St. Ann's School and Castle High School
Employment history:
Youth Coordinator - Limu Project Interviewer, WW Region - U.S. Census Bureau Community organizer, Alu Like Legislative aide, State Legislature
Criminal record:
Personal statement:
During my time working with Alu Like, I got to travel up and down the Windward O`ahu coast from Waimanalo to Sunset Beach. My duty was to enroll the Hawaiians to show the U.S. government that this was how many Hawaiians we had living here. I had to go into all the back roads in the country, up and down Ko`olauloa and Ko`olaupoko. At the time, we learned that the most Hawaiians living outside of homestead areas was in Hauula. Living in He`eia all my life and watching the changes and the evictions of whole communities really made me want to fight for the rights of our people. I knew then it was not right, and we had to fight for our rights. This `Aha will give me an opportunity to continue to really try and right the wrongs that were done to our people.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • Jerry M. Kaluhiwa, Sr.
  • Jerry M. Kaluhiwa, Jr.
  • Jeffrey Kaluhiwa
  • Germaine Halualani-Hee
  • Mahealani Cypher
  • Jennifer Jones-Tollefsen
  • Bernadine Kaluhiwa
  • Roland Kaluhiwa
  • Kenneth Makaio Hee
  • Shirley Kaluhiwa

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