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More Endorsements for Sam King for OHA Trustee
By Samuel Wilder King II @ 8:55 PM :: 4092 Views :: Labor, OHA, Police, Politicians

Dr. Akina endorses Sam King for OHA!

News Release from Sam King for OHA Campaign, September 20, 2022

Mahalo Dr. Akina for your endorsement and your support!

Your vision of a Hawaii united by the aloha spirit has always been an inspiration to us all! I am proud to receive your support!

If elected I promise to support Trustee Akina’s efforts to increase transparency and accountability at OHA 100%!

>>> Click to See Dr. Akina's Endorsement <<<

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To get our message out we still need to fundraise as well.

$5, $10, $20, any amount you can chip in will help us save up for the big push in October.

General Election ballots will arrive in mail boxes on or about OCTOBER 21!

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Aloha   Sept 23, 2022,

Mahalo nui loa to Native Hawaiian Astrophysics PhD candidate, Makana Silva for your endorsement and your support!

The work that Makana and his fellow astrophysicists and engineers do with our telescopes embody the hopes and dreams we have for our astronomy industry creating a pipeline of kama Ľaina workers and perpetuating our culture through contribution. They are truly an inspiration to us all and I pledge to continue to support them.

Click to see Makana Silva, Native Hawaiian Astrophysicist PhD Candidate Endorse Sam King for OHA!

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Sam Kalanikupua King, Attorney at Law & Executive Director of 3 Non-Profit Native Hawaiian Rights Organizations,  OHA Candidate, State of Hawaii

News Release from

(Honolulu) Sept. 9, 2022, Mr. King is proud to announce that he has received the Official Endorsement of his candidacy for Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) Trustee-At Large, Hawaii, from the State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers.

The State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers (SHOPO) represents over 2,700 police officers of the Honolulu, Maui, Kauai, and Hawaii Police departments.  SHOPO members work to promote local, state, and federal policies that protect public safety within the communities they live and serve in.SHOPO represents those that risk their lives everyday to keep our islands safe, and strives to work in partnership with community members because together we can build stronger and safer neighborhoods.

“I am proud to announce that SHOPO has endorsed our campaign for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs! I am proud to stand with our men and women in blue who work hard every day to keep our community safe. Mahalo nui loa to SHOPO for their support!” said Sam King in a statement this past Labor Day.

Sam King was born and raised on O ahu and comes from a long tradition of service to the people of Hawaii. His reat Grandfather, Samuel Wilder King, was the first Native Hawaiian Governor of Hawaii. His Grandfather, Judge Samuel P. King, was instrumental in exposing the Bishop Estate corruption in Broken Trust. His parents have served the community for decades, and now Sam continues his family’s legacy of improving the fortunes of Hawaii’s people and preserving the culture of Hawaii.

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