State reps, challengers report contributions

LIHUE — Kauai candidates for state House seats recently filed their financial reports for Jan. 1 to June 30, to the state Campaign Spending Commission.

Here’s a look at contributions and expenditures.

w Rep. Nadine Nakamura, D-14, reported contributions of $13,456 and expenditures of $4,979.

w Rep. Jimmy Tokioka, D-15 reported contributions of $26,025 and expenditures of $28,907.

w Elaine Daligdig, seeking the District 15 seat, reported a loan of $1,100 and expenditures of $1,346.

w Rep. Dee Morikawa, D-16, reported contributions of $24,267 and expenditures of $16,728.

w Stephanie Iona, seeking the District 16 seat, reported contributions of $1,900 and expenditures of $19.70

Candidates for Kauai County Council recently filed their financial reports for Jan. 1 to June 30 to the State of Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission.

A story in Wednesday’s TGI listed campaign contributions of $100 or more, not total contributions. The totals reported for council candidates Luke Evslin and Felicia Cowden were incorrect. Here’s an updated report of contributions and expenditures from Jan. 1 to June 30.

Councilman Arthur Brun reported contributions of $3,250, including $1,000 from the Hawaii Carpenters Political Action Fund Account. Expenditures totaled $3,037.76.

Councilman Mason Chock reported contributions of $6,666. Expenditures totaled $1,404.

Councilman Ross Kagawa reported contributions of $9,700. Expenditures totaled $3,320.

Councilman Arryl Kaneshiro reported contributions of $27,649. Expenditures totaled $24,029.

Kanoe Ahuna reported contributions of $4,000 and zero expenditures.

Juno Apalla reported contributions of $2,010 and expenditures of $1,180.

Felicia Cowden reported contributions of $11,392 and expenses of $7,253.

Norma Doctor Sparks reported contributions and loans of $10,357 and expenditures of $10,252.

Luke Evslin reported contributions of $19,021 and expenditures of $14,888.

Victoria Franks reported contributions of $5,233 and expenditures of $3,266.

Richard Fukushima reported $100 in contributions and zero expenditures.

KipuKai Kualii reported a contribution of $2,400. He reported expenditures of $2,217.

Wally Nishimura reported contributions of $2,452 and expenditures of $4,395.

Adam Roversi reported contributions of $3,035 and expenditures of $3,112.

Roy Saito reported contributions and loans of $2,820 and expenditures of $2,123.

Milo Spindt reported contributions of $11,736. He reported expenditures of $13,003.

Shaylene Iseri reported a loan of $4,236 and expenditures of $1,340.

Harold Vidinha reported contributions of $5,000 and expenditures of $1,150.

1 Comments
  1. I saw a Vampire once July 19, 2018 6:08 am Reply

    Any ideas on how to improve the funding for the parks around the island? If you cement the park in Kekaha, this will improve the attendance of it every year. On two occasions, 4th of July, and the rest of summer. Used as a recreation. Estimated cost $6 million dollars. It will bring in a fortune. A nicer look.


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