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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Duke Aiona Endorses Kym Pine for Council
By Lt Gov Duke Aiona @ 2:52 PM :: 8863 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12

Support Kymberly Pine for Honolulu City Council

Aloha Mai Kākou:               July 25, 2012
As a resident of Honolulu City Council District 1, I am humbly asking you to support Kymberly Pine in her campaign for Honolulu City Council District 1. Vivian and I have known Kym and her family for several decades, and we believe that Kym is the best qualified candidate in District 1 to represent us in the city council.
I have had the opportunity of working with Kym during my 8 years as Lt. Governor and was impressed with Kym’s passion, energy, commitment, and loyalty to improving the health and welfare of our community. She always pursues funding, capital improvements, policy, or legislation with a complete understanding of the issues and with the dignity and respect of her legislative position and process. In just 8 years as a Congresswoman (sic), she has brought the people of Ewa Beach over $600 million for new roads, new schools and other community improvements.
This success is a testament to her effective leadership and her desire to achieve real results for our community. It is our hope that you will join us in helping Kym get elected and if you do not reside in Kym’s district, to help spread the word about her candidacy. Please share her website with your friends on Facebook and Twitter and click on #VOTINGPINE to send an automatic message to all your friends.
If you can, please consider donating to Kym’s campaign to help her get her message out to the people. Click here to donate.
Our Ohana is so grateful for all of your past and present support! Please kokua and vote for Kymberly Pine – Honolulu City Council District 1 - on Saturday, August 11th.
Mahalo nui loa!
Aloha ke Akua,
Duke Aiona

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