Archive for October, 2010

Late help

October 30th, 2010
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The state GOP has received a late $55,750 in contributions since the last state campaign-finance reporting deadline.

The biggest donor: Friends of Charles Djou, at $24,750.

Consequences

October 30th, 2010
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Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona, the Republican candidate for governor, has not made his opposition to civil unions a significant part of his campaign.

But, behind the scenes, many of Aiona’s conservative supporters have used civil unions to motivate voters. On Friday, two big rig trucks circling the state Capitol had activists with both Aiona-Finnegan and “No HB444″ signs.

This video was posted on YouTube warning of the consequences if former U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie, the Democrat, is elected governor. Abercrombie has said he would sign the civil-unions bill into law.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GG1NcboqF_8&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Birther Money

October 30th, 2010
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A brief item that appeared in Friday’s HuffPost Hill blog:

HAWAII 5-DOH: ALOHA REP TAKES MONEY FROM BIRTHER – Leading House birther Bill Posey, whose bill to require the president to produce his birth certificate will likely gain a host of co*sponsors* conspirators in the next Congress, kicked in $1,000 to the campaign of Charles Djou, who is running to hold his Hawaii seat. Djou, trailing his Democratic opponent Colleen Hanabusa, doesn’t exactly endear himself to Hawaii voters by associating himself with the movement that questions whether the president was actually born in the state Djou wants to continue representing in Congress. FEC: http://bit.ly/bE9fIj

For the record, Djou campaign spokesman Daniel Son states unequivocally:

“Charles believes 100% that Barack Obama was born in Hawaii and is a U.S. Citizen.”

The only other time “birth certificate” was used in the same sentence as Djou’s name was his first week in Congress, when U.S. Rep. Barney Frank jokingly demanded that reporters examine the new congressman’s paperwork.

The Rundown (pre-general)

October 29th, 2010
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Here is our final rundown of potentially competitive state House and Senate races for the November general election. We have updated with the latest campaign-finance figures and assessments from party insiders. We also put state House District 7 on the Big Island into play.

Overview: Majority Democrats hold an overwhelming share of seats in the state House and Senate. Democrats have made gains in the past few election cycles under Gov. Linda Lingle — a Republican — but their opportunities for growth are limited this year. Republicans have set the modest goal of doubling their numbers in both chambers. With a handful of open seats in competitive districts — and the potential for the civil-unions debate to bring religious conservatives to the polls — Republicans have a chance to pick up a few seats.

State Senate:
Democrats: 23
Republicans: 2

State House:
Democrats: 45
Republicans: 6

State Senate
*SD20 (Ewa Beach, Waipahu)
Sen. Will Espero (D)
(Total raised: $70,737)
Tito Montes (R)
(Total raised: $22,362)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Espero has raised his profile on issues such as rail, returning prisoners from the Mainland, and restricting fireworks. The district’s changing demographics from new housing projects could make it more competitive for the GOP. Montes, a Navy veteran and military research analyst, is an articulate and aggressive campaigner who may appeal to many young families and people with military ties who are concerned about the economy. Montes has not been able to compete on fundraising and the GOP’s hopes for a pickup are fading.

*SD24 (Kailua, Kaneohe)
Sen. Jill Tokuda (D)
(Total raised: $85,798)
Tracy Bean (R)
(Total raised: $46,092)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Tokuda has blossomed over the past few years and has earned praise for her work on protecting important agricultural land, Native Hawaiian affairs, and the University of Hawaii. She also led an investigation into mismanagement at the Bureau of Conveyances and was one of the leading critics who helped block the second confirmation of Peter Young as director at the state Department of Land and Natural Resources. But the district is among the most competitive in the Senate, and Tokuda could be vulnerable in her first re-election campaign, particularly if voters make civil unions a dominant issue. Bean, like Tokuda, was raised on the Windward side. She runs a nonprofit with her husband and is part of a network of religious conservatives who oppose civil unions. Tokuda has a substantial fundraising edge and is getting help from the Democrats’ coordinated campaign, like she did in her first race four years ago.

*SD25 (Kailua, Waimanalo, Hawaii Kai)
Virginia Enos (R)
(Total raised: $27,357)
Pohai Ryan (D)
(Total raised: $26,650)
Outlook: Open seat. Leans Republican. Senate Minority Leader Fred Hemmings opted not to seek re-election. Enos is a Kailua Neighborhood Board member. Ryan is a staffer to state Sen. Brickwood Galuteria of Waikiki. Republicans likely need Enos to win to avoid the embarrassment of having just one GOP senator.

State House
*HD4 (Puna, Pahoa, Hawaiian Acres)
Rep. Faye Hanohano (D)
(Total raised: $24,557)
Marlene Hapai (R)
(Total raised: $32,384)
Solomon Singer (N)
(Total raised: $2,679, including $700 in loans)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Hanohano, a former prison guard, is chairwoman of the House Public Safety Committee. She is active on Native Hawaiian affairs and cultural issues, often speaking Hawaiian on the House floor. She also helped move a bill last session to give counties the option to ban fireworks. But changing demographics in the fast-growing region, along with the independent spirit of many residents, makes the district among the most quirky and unpredictable. Hapai, a former University of Hawaii regent appointed by Gov. Linda Lingle, has outraised Hanohano with the help of personal loans.

*HD6 (N. Kona, Keauhou, Kailua-Kona)
Rep. Denny Coffman (D)
(Total raised: $35,301)
Becky Leau (R)
(Total raised: $13,216, including $2,029 in loans)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Coffman was among the freshmen who crafted a barrel tax increase on petroleum products to help finance food security and alternative energy programs. The district is friendly to Republicans and could be hard for Coffman to hold if the GOP runs strong in Kona in the governor’s race. Leau, a contractor, is active with religious conservatives. But Leau has not kept pace in fundraising and local tea party activists appear to be looking at nearby HD7 with more optimism.

*HD7 (N. Kona, S. Kohala)
Rep. Cindy Evans (D)
(Total raised: $27,381)
Scott Henderson (R)
(Total raised: $22,254, including $5,680)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Evans, one of the moderate voices in the Democrats’ caucus, is considered a good match for her conservative and largely rural district. Henderson, a retired FBI agent, has local tea party support and the unique distinction of being backed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. He has drawn nearly even in fundraising. Both parties believe the race is worth watching.

*HD11 (Makena, Wailea, Kihei)
Rep. Joe Bertram III (D)
(Total raised: $9,934)
George Fontaine (R)
(Total raised: $17,099)
Outlook: Tossup. Bertram was thought to be the most endangered House incumbent in 2008, when he raised little money for his first re-election campaign and alienated House leadership by publicly stating he would not vote for House Speaker Calvin Say for speaker if he won. He has since been criticized for defending a friend on trial for Internet enticement of a minor and has declared bankruptcy for the second time because of medical expenses and tax debts. His signature issues have been expanding access to medical marijuana and promoting bike paths and greenways. Fontaine, a retired police captain, was one of the Republicans’ best prospects two years ago. But the GOP is still not confident of a pickup in a district that trends Republican. Democrats think Bertram may have nine lives.

*HD18 (Kuliouou, Niu Valley, Aina Haina)
Mark Jun Hashem (D)
(Total raised: $24,710, including $10,000 in loans)
Chris Pei-Ji Baron (R)
(Total raised: $50,902)
Outlook: Open seat. Leans Republican. Rep. Lyla Berg left to run in the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor. Baron, a state clean energy planner who worked for homeland security, the State Department and the National Security Council in the Bush administration, grew up in the Republican friendly district. He also has Hawaii Christian Coalition backing. Baron has the fundraising advantage and is among the GOP’s best shots at a pickup. Hashem, a legislative aide to state Rep. Kyle Yamashita of Maui, was a surprise in the primary.

*HD28 (Palama, Chinatown, Downtown)
Rep. Karl Rhoads (D)
(Total raised: $94,136, including $4,197 in loans)
David Chang (R)
(Total raised: $80,276, including $3,412 in loans)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Rhoads, an attorney, steered the House Labor Committee during a difficult few years and did much of the heavy lifting on a bill to soften an unemployment insurance tax increase on businesses. But Republicans believe Chang — an entrepreneur, military veteran and minister named the Young Business Leader of the Year by Pacific Business News — has a shot. Unexpectedly competitive, the race is on the radar of both parties in the final days.

*HD36 (Pearl City, Momilani, Pacific Palisades)
Rep. Roy Takumi (D)
(Total raised: $59,203)
Reed Shiraki (R)
(Total raised: $21,924)
Outlook: Democratic. Takumi is the respected chairman of the House Education Committee and the district has been a fortress for traditional Democrats. Republicans, however, warn against counting out the underdog Shiraki, a prominent chiropractor known for an honor box payment system to help his patients afford care. Shiraki is also a Mormon who has the support of the Hawaii Christian Coalition, which could bring civil unions into play. Insiders from both parties predict Takumi will likely prevail.

*HD41 (Waipahu, Village Park, Waikele)
Ty Cullen (D)
(Total raised: $20,583, including $5,965 in loans)
Carl Wong (R)
(Total raised: $2,800)
Outlook: Open seat. Tossup. Rep. Jon Riki Karamatsu is leaving to run in the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor. Competitive precincts in Village Park and Waikele make this a potential swing district. Cullen has the fundraising edge.

*HD42 (Waipahu, Honouliuli, Ewa)
Rep. Rida Cabanilla (D)
(Total raised: $26,792, including $2,500 in loans)
Tom Berg (R)
(Total raised: -$2,436, because of debts from previous campaign)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Cabanilla became more visible on policy issues such as helping the homeless as chairwoman of the House Housing Committee. But she had to be rescued by House leaders after mishandling a bill to allow flagpoles to fly the American flag in planned communities, a controversy that energized many military veterans and conservatives. Berg is Cabanilla’s former office manager who now works for Rep. Kymberly Pine, a Ewa Beach Republican who was behind the flagpole bill. A rematch of a close 2008 campaign. Like with Bertram on Maui, Democrats think Cabanilla may also have a knack for survival.

*HD43 (Ewa Beach, Iroquois Point, Puuloa)
Rep. Kymberly Pine (R)
(Total raised: $56,501)
Jason Bradshaw (D)
(Total raised: $30,626)
Outlook: Leans Republican. Pine, a former Republican aide, has been an organizer for tea party and anti-tax rallies. She was also the only House lawmaker to vote against diverting money from the state’s hurricane relief fund to help end teacher furloughs. Pine wanted to borrow, not take, money from the hurricane fund. Plugged into her demographically shifting district, Pine won re-election in 2008 with more than 70 percent of the vote and took 63.5 percent in 2006. Bradshaw, a former Democratic aide, is political director of the AFL-CIO. Republicans think Pine is safe, while some of Bradshaw’s union allies believe this could be a Democratic pickup.

*HD45 (Waianae, Makaha, Makua)
Rep. Maile Shimabukuro (D)
(Total raised: $22,972)
Jadeen Meyers (R)
(Total raised: $19,802, including $3,450 in loans)
Outlook: Democratic. Shimabukuro, a legal aid attorney who grew up in Waianae, has been an advocate for human services and Native Hawaiian affairs and is well-connected in the Democratic leaning district. But the district is known for low voter turnout. Republicans think Meyers, who was also raised in Waianae and who serves as an associate youth pastor at a Christian church where her parents are pastors, could pull an upset, especially if civil unions becomes an issue. Meyers has raised enough money to give herself a chance.

*HD46 (Schofield, Mokuleia, North Shore)
Larry Sagaysay (D)
(Total raised: $15,552)
Gil Riviere (R)
(Total raised: $34,142)
Outlook: Open seat. Leans Republican. Rep. Michael Magaoay left for an unsuccessful campaign in the Democratic primary for state Senate. Riviere, a mortgage broker and leader of Keep the North Shore Country, ran a credible race against Magaoay in 2008 and could take a district that has been slowly trending Republican. Sagaysay is a former Magaoay aide. Republicans think this district is among the most likely to flip to red.

*HD47 (Laie, Hauula, Punaluu)
Rep. Jessica Wooley (D)
(Total raised: $60,353)
Richard Fale (R)
(Total raised: $30,234)
Outlook: Leans Democratic. Wooley, an attorney, is a progressive who is active on issues such as food and energy security. She has also been an advocate for Hawaiian families who were facing eviction from Kahana Valley State Park. She is in her first re-election campaign after defeating Colleen Meyer, the most conservative Republican in the House, two years ago. Her opponent, Richard Fale, is in the Army reserve and operates a nonprofit on Polynesian culture. He also farms. Fale is a Mormon who could draw votes from Laie and other precincts that reliably went with the conservative Meyer in the past.

Halloween Politics

October 29th, 2010
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As the campaign for governor moves into its last days, dozens of supporters of both Democrat Neil Abercrombie and Republican Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona were out in front of the state Capitol Friday afternoon.

Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. there will be  Democratic Party Central Oahu Rally at Mililani High School, 95-1200 Meheula Parkway, featuring  Assistant Secretary for Public and Intergovernmental Affairs L. Tammy Duckworth.

The Aiona campaign will tour Oahu with a campaign trolley, starting in Nanakuli at 8 a.m. and ending with a rally at the Aiona Nimtiz Highway headquarters.

`Well we get along, yes we really do …’

October 28th, 2010
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The Democratic Party of Hawaii has launched its coordinated campaign to help push Democrats over the line in Tuesday’s general election.

The party collected $145,175 since the primary, with most of the big money tied to labor and some of the party’s top candidates.

Friends of Colleen — state Senate President Colleen Hanabusa’s campaign committee for Congress — chipped in $25,000. Dennis Mitsunaga, of the engineering firm Mitsunaga & Associates — major financial backers of former U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie for governor — came up with $25,0000. Patrick Kobayashi, of the Kobayashi Group — major donors to former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann for governor — kicked over $25,000.

The Plumbers & Pipefitters and the Sheet Metal Workers International Association also made $25,000 contributions.

(The union money for the coordinated campaign is separate from the more than $200,000 public and private sector unions are spending on television advertising on behalf of Abercrombie his month.)

Overall for the election cycle, the Democrats have brought in $365,704 and spent $262,242 through Oct. 18, according to state campaign-spending reports.

The Hawaii Republican Party, meanwhile, reported just $42,158 in donations since the primary. The GOP has raised and spent more money than the Democrats overall — $637,056 raised, $574,308 spent — but like Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona, the Republican candidate for governor, they spent early.

Some of the top donors to the GOP have been Gov. Linda Lingle’s campaign committee — $25,000 — the Republican Governors Association — $25,000 — Alexander and Baldwin — $25,000 — and A-1 A-lectrician Inc. — $17,500.

A-l A-lectrician is the firm challenging several provisions of the state’s campaign-finance law in federal court as unconstitutional.

Section 8b 1

October 27th, 2010
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Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona, the Republican candidate for governor, appears to have picked up the support of a sitting Democratic state lawmaker: State Rep. Roland Sagum III of Kauai.

The Aiona campaign claims Sagum, who lost in the Democratic primary to county park worker Daynette “Dee” Morikawa, attended one of its events on the Garden Island.

From the Aiona campaign:

Democratic State Rep. Roland Sagum attended a Connecting Communities event on Kaua‘i.

“Duke is the best person to serve as the next Governor of Hawai‘i,” said Rep. Sagum. “He is a true leader with integrity and good judgment who is not afraid to make tough decisions, and he has bold plans that will move Hawai‘i forward; that’s why I am willing to cross party lines to show my support and help elect Duke as our next Governor.”

Sagum did not return several telephone calls today left directly and though a spokeswoman for House Democrats.

As Honolulu City Councilman Gary Okino has learned, endorsing a Republican is a violation of the Democratic Party of Hawaii’s constitution (Section 8b 1) and can be grounds for reprimand, censure or expulsion.

Sagum, on his campaign website, gives a hint to his philosophy: “Politics, today, should not be about popularity, but rather intention.”

U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, the state’s leading Democrat, got a pass for his loyalty to his friend and strategic ally — the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, the Alaska Republican — but that was a relationship that spanned four decades.

Other local Democrats have had to explain why they crossed party lines.

Play nice

October 27th, 2010
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U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, who said during the September primary that he thought Hawaii politics is much more civil than on the Mainland, has issued an appeal to candidates this week to play nice in the closing days before Tuesday’s general electiion.

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Endors(Ed)

October 26th, 2010
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Trying to stay in the political game, former congressman Ed Case, who came in third in the May special election for the 1st Congressional District, issued his endorsements for the upcoming general election.

A message e-mailed to supporters yesterday begins:

Dear Friend:

My name is Ed and I’m a moderate independent.

He goes on to state that the choices for the top two races (Hawaii governor and CD1) are difficult, notably because while all of the candidates are accomplished and capable, none has pursued a particularly moderate independent path during their time in office.

Not surprisingly, he picks Abercrombie/Schatz over Aiona/Finnegan and Colleen Hanabusa over Charles Djou.

In the end, it should and does come down to their values: what they believe and whether their perspectives and solutions would work best for most for longest. It should and does come down to who can and will govern under the bigger tent.

In this contrast of values and governance, I choose Abercrombie and Hanabusa.

Yes, it is in part because they are, like me, Democrats, and because I believe that, in this partisan world, our party – on balance, over time and despite missteps – has offered the better overall solutions. But that’s not ultimately why. The why is that I believe their values and abilities better represent the mainstream of our Hawai‘i, where us moderate independents live and work.

Max

October 26th, 2010
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Here are the latest donors who have maxed out for former U.S. Rep. Neil Abercrombie, the Democrat, and Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona, the Republican, in the governor’s race.

State campaign-finance law limits donors to a maximum $6,000 for candidates for governor.

For Abercrombie:

*Rae, David
Real estate, Aina Nui Corp
92-4998 Limukele Street
Kapolei HI 96707

*ILWU Local 142
451 Atkinson Drive
Honolulu HI 96814

*Grossman, Elizabeth Rice
Retired
1240 Mokulua Drive
Kailua HI 96734

*Chiogioji, Melvin H.
President, Mele Associates, Inc.
15702 Thistlebridge Drive
Rockville MD 20853

*Amemiya, Keith Y.
Executive secretary, University of Hawaii
1942 C Lusitana Street
Honolulu HI 96813

*Hawaii Government Employees Association
P. O. Box 2930
Honolulu HI 96802

*Sugiyama, Roy H.
Chief operation officer, Molokai Properties Limited
3274 Olu Street
Honolulu HI 96816

*IBEW Local Union 1357 PAC
2305 S Beretania Street #206
Honolulu HI 96826

*Hawaii Association of Realtors PAC
1136 12th Ave, Ste 220
Honolulu HI 96816

*Berger, Deborah
Founder, The Learning Coalition
2932 Makalei Place
Honolulu HI 96815

*Reeves, William H.
Founder, The Learning Coalition
2932 Makalei Place
Honolulu HI 96815

*Hawaii Fire Fighters Association PAC
2305 S. Beretania Street, #202
Honolulu HI 96826

*Grosfeld, Jason
Director of development, Iron Gate Capital
10866 Wilshire Blvd, 10th Fl
c/o Tanner Mainstain Blatt & Glynn
Los Angeles CA 90024

*Tsujimura, R. Brian
Attorney, Imanaka Kudo & Fujimoto
190 Niuiki Circle
Honolulu HI 96821

*Island Insurance Employees PAC
1022 Bethel Street
Honolulu HI 96813

*Royal State Corporation
819 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu HI 96813

*Painters Local Union 1791 PAC
2240 Young Street
Honolulu HI 96826

*Hawaii Committee on Political Education
320 Ward Ave Ste 209
Honolulu HI 96814

*IBEW Local 1260 Voluntary Political Fund
2305 S. Beretania Street #101
Honolulu HI 96826

*Kobayashi, Bert A.
Chairman, Kobayashi Develpment Group
1288 Ala Moana Blved Ste 201
Honolulu HI 96814

*Kishinami, Reed W.
Member, Resort Management Group
P. O. Box 437437
Kamuela HI 96743

*Kobayashi, Patrick K.
Executive, Kobayashi Group
1288 Ala Moana Blvd #7A
Honolulu HI 96814

*Kobayashi, Bert A. Jr.
Managing partner, Blacksand Capital
1288 Ala Moana Blvd #201
Honolulu HI 96814

*Inouye, Kathryn W.
Chief operating officer, Kobayashi Group
1288 Ala Moana Blvd #12A
Honolulu HI 96814

*Nakano, Masaichi
Retired
1614 Emerson Street #25
Honolulu HI 96813

*Nakano, Hiroko
Retired
1614 Emerson Street #25
Honolulu HI 96813

*Lam, Christopher Michael Todd
Network IT, Department of Defense
2323 Kaala Street
Honolulu HI 96822

*Matsumoto, Theolinda O.
Retired
333 Kupu Place
Honolulu HI 96817

*Matsumoto, Michael P.
Engineer, SSFM Engineer
333 Kupu Place
Honolulu HI 96817

*Miho, Jon T.
Co-chairman, Trinity Investments LLC
One Aloha Tower Drive, Ste. 3100
Honolulu HI 96813

*Murayama, Craig T.
Architect, KYA Design Group, Inc
1011 10th Ave
Honolulu HI 96816

*Kao, Martin Y.
Chief financial officer, Navatek Ltd
1198 Ikena Circle
Honolulu HI 96821

*Peterson, Eric
Attorney, Bostwick, Peterson & Mitchell
2205 Sacramento Apt 202
San Francisco HI 94115

*Hawaii Carpenters Market Recovery Program
1001 Bishop Street, ASB #1501
Honolulu HI 96813

*Carr, Stanford S.
Real estate developer, Stanford Carr Development LLC
1100 Alakea Street 27th Floor
Honolulu HI 96813

*Rickard, Mark P.
Chief financial officer, The ECN Group
P.O. Box 2621
Wailuku HI 96793

*Nakamura, Garth
Partner, Dairy Road Partners
442 Lauone Place
Wailuku HI 96793

*Lam, Tiffany
Certified public accountant
1198 Ikena Circle
Honolulu HI 96821

*Kobel, Edward M.
President, DeBartolo Development
4934 St Croix
Tampa HI 33629

*Nakagawa, Jerry S.
Engineer, Engineer Surveyors Hawaii, Inc.
900 Halekauwila Street
Honolulu HI 96814

*Johns, Timothy E.
Director, Bishop Museum
5615 Poola Street
Honolulu HI 96821

* DaVita ~ Total Renal Care, Inc.
P.O. Box 2037
Tacoma WA 98401

*Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
71 Banyan Drive
Hilo HI 96720

*Hilton Hawaiian Village
2005 Kalia Road
Honolulu HI 96815

*EMS Management LLC
6200 S Syracuse Way, Ste 200 MS 500
Greenwood Village CO 80111

*Pattanasuvoranun, Nuntarit
Chef, Tangerine
646 Corbett Ave, Apt 204
San Francisco CA 94114-2266

*Hunt, Woody L.
Chairman, Hunt Building Corp
P.O. Box 12220
El Paso TX 79913-0220

*Fernandez, William J.
Retired
1033 Noanakai Road
Kapa’a HI 96746

*Ho, Michelle K.
Housewife
845 Puuikena Drive
Honolulu HI 96821

*Dwyer II, Denis J.
Principal, William & Jensen PLLC
3603 Oval Drive
Alexandria VA 22305

*MacNaughton, Duncan
Executive, The MacNaughton Group
1288 Ala Moana Blvd #208
Honolulu HI 96814

*Figueiroa, Russell
Surveyor, R M Towill Corporation
2024 N King Street, Ste 200
Honolulu HI 96819

*Hiyakumoto, Greg H.
Civil engineer, R M Towill Corporation
P.O. Box 2930
Aiea HI 96701

*Toba, Bert R.
Civil engineer, R M Towill Corporation
600 Queen Street, Apt 3609
Honolulu HI 96813

*Arce, Jeff
Partner, The MacNaughton Group
1062 Iiwi Street
Honolulu HI 96816

*Chiogioji, Pallas
15702 Thistlebridge Drive
Rockville MD 20853

For Aiona:

*Stoebner, Morris L.
President, Honda Windward
145 Kailuana Loop
Kailua HI 96734

*Piper, Alika L.
Attorney, Klevansky Piper & Vanetten
2152 Booth Road
Honolulu HI 96813

*Piper, Robert N E.
Deputy director, State of Hawaii
2152 Booth Road
Honolulu HI 96813

*Chong, Stephen J. W.
Real estate
P.O. Box 1414
Honolulu HI 96806

*Adair, Aaron E.
Retired
5073 Kapiolani Lp
Princeville HI 96722

*Kawananakoa, Quentin K.
Investor
971 Mokulua Dr
Kailua HI 96734

*Wong, Darryl P.
Imperial Associates
1836 Punahou St
Honolulu HI 96826

*Oda, Herbert T.
Retired
655 22nd Ave
Honolulu HI 96816

*Carr, Kathy S. P.
Housewife
1100 Alakea St.
27th Fl
Honolulu HI 96813

*Carr, Stanford
Real estate developer, Stanford Carr Dev. LLC
745 Fort Street #2110
Honolulu HI 96813

*Carey, William J.
Management, Outrigger Enterprises
386 Kuanalu Pl
Honolulu HI 96825

*Hilton Hawaiian Village
2005 Kalia Road
Honolulu HI 96815

*CPB Pac-State
220 South King Street
Honolulu HI 96813

*Oyadomari, Nelson G.
Mortgage banker, Primary Residential Mortgage
1568 Ala Napunani
Honolulu HI 96818

*Baptiste, Josefina J.
Housewife
117 Hanapepe Loop
Honolulu HI 96825

*AB & Associates Insurance Services Inc.
737 Bishop St. Suite 1200
Honolulu HI 96813

*Brown, Beth A.
Housewife
3447 McCorriston St.
Honolulu HI 96815