State Senator David Ige for Governor
Honolulu, HI (October 31, 2014) Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Ige and wife Dawn will take advantage of the convenience of early walk-in voting tomorrow as they cast their votes this general election. Senator Ige’s running mate Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui, his wife Lyndelle and their three daughters will accompany David…
Honolulu, HI (October 30, 2014) Democrat for Governor Senator David Ige and Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui will attend a rally this evening as David continues his grassroots campaign efforts across the state, with a final trip to Maui. The rally will be held at the Ige/Tsutsui Headquarters. Sen. Hirono, Sen….
Honolulu, HI (October 29, 2014) Democratic gubernatorial candidate Senator David Ige invites the public to the last Stew.Rice.Ige/Tsutsui event of the 2014 elections season tonight, October 29, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Waimalu Elementary School Cafeteria. Community members are encouraged to bring their family and friends for dinner, fellowship…
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Downtown Call Center: Address: 45 North King Street (above the Hawaii National Bank on the corner of Smith and King Streets) – 5th Floor Parking in the building is free after 4 pm and on weekends. You can enter before 6pm. After 6 pm you will be let in by…
Honolulu, HI (October 27, 2014) Senator David Ige’s campaign saw an increase in total number of contributions under $100 this reporting period, August 10, 2014 to October 20, 2014, putting the grassroots campaign over the threshold of $100,000 to qualify for public funds. To date, the campaign remains under the…
Dear Family and Friends,
There are many challenges we face as a community as we chart Hawaii’s course in the 21st century. Hawaii is a special place, and decisions we make today will have a profound impact on the Hawaii of tomorrow. For the past 28 years I have had the honor to serve in the State House and Senate representing the wonderful district of Aiea and Pearl City. During this time, I have made some wonderful friends, met many talented students, and worked hard to help build a community we are all proud to call home. I promise that I will continue to work hard for all the people of Hawaii if elected to serve as governor.
As we work together to make our community and state better, I have found that three simple principles help to guide my path in public service:
- Be open and honest in our communication.
- Be respectful of all people and points of view.
- Do the right thing the right way.
Our campaign will celebrate the intimately connected diversity that is so unique to Hawaii and ensure that we protect the things that make Hawaii so special. As we begin this next chapter, I hope that you will join us in restoring belief, honor and trust in government here in Hawaii.