Linitria Maraea Cosier Kaio
Hawaiian ancestry:
My mom Johnette Liftee, via Hattie Aho, via Hattie Naauao, via John Naauao (1883) My dad Lindsey Cosier, via Lindsey Makahilahila Jr., via Lindsey Makahihilahila Sr (1893) My dad's mom Rose Hanawahine
Educational background:
GED from Windward School for Adults
Employment history:
Horizon Lines 03/2013 - 06/2015 Random at home jobs 10/2007 - 12/2014 HMSA 04/2006 - 06/2007
Criminal record:
Personal statement:
I am very upfront and forward, so before I get bashed I’ll say it first. I’m unemployed and have been off/on throughout the years, been on government assistance a long time ago, I’ve gone to college, but will finish if the chance arises, I’ve volunteered, been volun-told, and done side jobs to make extra income. With that said, don’t get it twisted, I’m neither ignorant, stupid, or lazy. I look at my situation like many others, trying to survive, however we can. I've been with my husband for 11 years but we just got married in 2014. We have a cabbage patch family with his 4 kids previously, my 2 previously, our 1 together, with only 3 of them at home and still in school. My mission as a delegate is to uncover many more truths about Hawaii's past/present and recover a lot of what we lost, mostly our lands. While I may not have a recognizable face/name, I'm strong willed, capable, and won't wrong our people. I believe we can maintain and grow our relationships with the communities of the world while reclaiming our lands and culture using what has carried on throughout time and all hardship, Aloha. Aloha binds us together as a people as we share our love with everyone.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • Barbara Parkin
  • Karin Kaio
  • Rodney Kaio
  • Brandon Hookena Rosa-Burch
  • Samuel W Wahilani
  • Sarah K Wahilani
  • Samuel W Wahilani III
  • Cheyenne-Ho'onani K Wahilani
  • Kanui-Kamaha'o W Wahilani
  • Kawika P Kamai

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