NEW GOP HAWAII it's time to make it happen! For Growth Opportunity & Prosperity Restructuring & Rebuilding Your Must Be Voice, Heard! Restoring Common Sense To Hawaii's Government
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No man is good enough to govern another man without the other’s consent.

Abraham Lincoln

Republicans in Hawaii expect Solutions and Leadership
According to Gallup polling 28% of registered voters in Hawaii identify as Republicans, 22% Independant or other parties and 50% Democrat.   This means the base of the Republican support is a minimum of 146,000 registered voters.
So why is?

  • Primary election participation by Republicans is far below this number.
  • Barely 50% of the eligible voters in Hawaii are registered.

Clearly the GOP voter is not inspired by democrat-lite candidates nor the last minute throw someone into the race approach.   They deserve and expect strategic new policies and articulate, viable candidates.  Hawaii has been stifled by the Democrats endless Pay-2-Play politics and centralized control.

It’s time to change course!

What’s Must Be Done?
Together we can develop an agenda for Broad Based Economic Development

Economic Reform
Uniting the State
COUNTY EMPOWERMENT Innovation & Leadership
ENERGY ABUNDANCE Free Market Energy Policy Hawaiian Empowerment Economic Sovereignty for Native Hawaiians SUSTAINABLE CULTURE Policies That Support Strong Families
New GOP Agenda's
School Choice In Hawaii
Education as a function to be encourage by government reflected the New England sensibilities of many of the signers of the Northwest Ordinance.
Going Big!
Republicanism goes back to the Roman era and signifies the attempt of humanity to have a government that brings out the best in people while seeking to control the worst in human behavior.
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The problems of victory are no more agreeable than those of defeat, but they are no less difficult
Winston Churchill