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Rep Pat Saiki Endorses Keli`i Akina for OHA
By News Release @ 4:32 AM :: 5442 Views :: Akaka Bill, OHA

Fmr. Congresswoman Pat Saiki Tells Why She Endorses Keli`i Akina

Urges Everyone to Vote in OHA Race

News Release from Akina for OHA

HONOLULU, HAWAI'I--July 15, 2016 -- Former Congresswoman Pat Saiki has issued the following message for all registered Hawai'i voters: 

If you want improvement in how our government is run, there is a leader I want you to consider. He is Dr. Keli'i Akina.  As the head of Grassroot Institute, Keli’i is at the forefront of bringing common sense solutions to Hawaii’s problems. 

This election, will you help me get Dr. Akina into public office? 

Akina is for fiscal reform and government accountability.  He knows how to fix Hawai'i’s economy, housing needs, and the problem of homelessness.

Akina is the leading voice for preserving the Aloha Spirit, as he has boldly stood to prevent the separating of Hawaii into race-based nations.  Akina stands for UNITING Hawai'i, rather than dividing.

And guess what?  EVERY CITIZEN ON EVERY ISLAND CAN VOTE FOR AKINA!  He is running in the state-wide race for OHA Trustee-at-Large. OHA is YOUR state government office that impacts virtually every decision involving land and people in our state.

I urge you, for a better Hawai'i where the economy works and we preserve the Aloha Spirit, vote Keli’i Akina for OHA Trustee-at-Large.   AKINA - Uniting Hawai'i!

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