Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022 |
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Andria Tupola, Republican candidate for governor of Hawaii, is on Kauai for a two-day campaign swing.
She was at the Anahola Association and at Tahiti Nui, Luau Room on Monday as part of her “Andria’s Got My Vote” tour.
Tupola will have a meet and greet noon to 2 p.m. today at Hawaiian Homes, Enterprise Center, 7964 Ulili Road, Kekaha, and be at the Happiness Planting and Garden Center in Lihue, 6 to 8 p.m. for a town hall meeting.
Tupola serves in the Hawaii House of Representatives representing District 43 (Maili, Nanakuli, Ko Olina, Honokai Hale, Kalaeloa, Ewa). She was first elected into the House of Representatives in 2014.
In the primary, she received 17,297 votes, 53 percent, to defeat John Carroll with 10,974 votes, 33.7 percent and Ray L’Heureux with 2,885 votes.
She is running against Gov. David Ige in the general election on Nov. 6.
Yes. Serious. And thanks for having me here. She would need 50.1% to win. More business mindset. Not sure yet. Smart person is her.
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