Gubernatorial candidate Colleen Hanabusa pledged to establish roles in her executive Cabinet for representatives of the senior and millennials, should she be elected governor.
‘Ohana Zones offer a promising approach to address homelessness, especially for families with children
The sidewalks along too many of our streets have become campgrounds for the homeless. David Ige claims the number of homeless is going down. But ask almost anyone who lives or works in an area beset with homeless population, and they will tell you different. I have called for finding new solutions to the problem
Supporters of the Hanabusa for Governor campaign contributed $1,043,061 in the first six months of 2018, outpacing previous efforts and demonstrating growing support for gubernatorial candidate Colleen Hanabusa and her stand on today’s critical issues.
Former Governor George Ariyoshi on July 11 endorsed Colleen Hanabusa as the proven leader Hawai‘i needs as its next governor.
We must improve our highways, harbors and airports, which are essential to our people and our economy
Highways, harbors and airports are the essential transportation lifelines that connect Hawai‘i’s people and businesses to each other and the world. Our highways must be improved to better serve our communities and sustain the growth of our economy.
“I am deeply humbled and grateful to receive the endorsement of the Hawai‘i State AFL-CIO. It is an honor to have earned members’ trust and confidence, as demonstrated in this early endorsement before the primary election.”
In a rare action taken before a primary election, the Hawai‘i State American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) endorsed Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa in her run for governor of the State of Hawai‘i.
On July 2, Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa showed voters exactly why she’s the strong, decisive leader our state needs.
Residents of East Hawai‘i are invited to meet the Big Island’s choice for governor at an Independence Day Celebration with Colleen Hanabusa on July 3, 2018, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Nani Mau Gardens, 421 Makalika St. in Hilo.
Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa issued the statement below after FEMA and the U.S. Department of Labor announced they will deliver federal resources to communities on Oahu and Kauai impacted by April’s historic rainfall, flooding and mudslides.
Five months after a fake ballistic missile warning sent Hawaii residents into a panic, a trove of emails released about the fiasco show a lack of protocol, a relaxed work environment and even some employees snoozing on the job.