"For one hour, we put the candidates for governor, Democrat Gov. David Ige, and Republican Andria Tupola, as well as lieutenant governor candidates, Democrat Josh Green and Republican Marissa Kerns, in the hot seat."
Andria Tupola for Governor 2018 is a community member who considers herself a servant for the people. Of Sāmoan and Hawaiian descent, Andria is running for the highest office in the State of Hawaiʻi because she feels she has a unique approach to making positive change for the islands and its people. We sit down with Andria to capture the essence of Aloha through the crazy world of politics.
Ka Leo talks story with gubernatorial candidate State House Rep. Andria Tupola.
What alternate universe is this!? Maleko & Flash pretend to get serious with our first political guest ever! Andria Tupola, admittedly the first politician to reply to Flash's texts and emails gets the honor of breaking the boys into the world of politics. Why does a music teacher go into politics in the first place? Does she know her Twitter Password? Why Republican? Why now? What's her position on LGBTQ rights? Plus her thoughts on Brett Kavanaugh, social media in politics, medical marijuana, the gentrification of Oahu, our homeless problem, and what Tonga gets right. If everyone in the studio had a concealed carry gun, who would she be most afraid of? Plus Sway & Mo from Mokus show off their new signature drink menu. Ige where you stay?!
Three candidates are trying to unseat our incumbent Democratic Governor on November’s general election ballot. Gov. David Ige declined our invitation to participate in a live candidate forum on INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI; his three opponents accepted. Hear Republican Andria Tupola, Green Party candidate Jim Brewer and non-partisan candidate Terrence Teruya discuss their perspectives on issues affecting our state.
Join us during our live discussion by phoning in, or leaving us a comment on Facebook or Twitter. INSIGHTS is also live streamed on pbshawaii.org and Facebook Live.
Gubernatorial Candidates were invited to answer questions about key conservation issues at the 25th Annual Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference on July 26th, 2018. This forum was hosted by the Hawaiʻi Conservation Alliance Foundation and was moderated by Neil Hannahs. Candidates participating: Rep. Andria Tupola (R) John Carroll (R), Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa (D) and Governor David Ige (D).
“I do not believe that increasing taxes is the answer to our failing school system. We must conduct an internal audit of the Department of Education to eliminate waste and inefficiency so more dollars are going directly to the students.”
For Hawaii’s Aug. 11 primary, Civil Beat asked candidates to answer some questions about where they stand on various issues and what their priorities will be if elected.
Chad Blair, Politics and Opinion Editor for Honolulu Civil Beat, interviews Republican frontrunner Andria Tupola.
"The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands needs to be reformed to make Hawaiians thrive."