Canceled: Candidate Forum: Hawaii Gubernatorial Election 2022 (D)
The Chamber represents more than 2,000+ businesses of all sizes representing 210,000 employees from a wide variety of industries that are contributing more than $32 billion in revenue to Hawaii’s economy.
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Register to attend the Candidate Forum: Hawaii Gubernatorial Election 2022 to meet leading Democratic candidates and to hear their solutions and respective positions on a variety of topics, as well as their priorities if elected as Governor of Hawaii. Seating is limited and we encourage you to register today to reserve your seat before it sells out. Forum will be moderated by Gina Mangieri.
Registration includes coffee and Lilikoi Fruit Salad with Yogurt and Organic Granola.
Democratic candidates participating in the forum include:
- Mayor Kirk Caldwell
- Richard Kim
Kirk Caldwell was born in Waipahu and raised in Hilo, the oldest son of a plantation and country doctor.
He studied Urban Planning and Economics at Tufts University, earned an MA. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and received his law degree from the UH William S. Richardson School of Law.
Caldwell was managing partner at the law firm of Ashford and Wriston, and began his public service career in 2002, when he was elected to the Hawaii State House of Representatives, and quickly rose to become the House Majority Leader. Caldwell was appointed managing director for the City and County of Honolulu in January 2009, and served as acting Mayor in 2010. He was elected the 14th Mayor of Honolulu November 2012 and assumed office on January 2, 2013.
Dr. Richard Kim
Doctor of Dental Surgery (Columbia U. 1993)
AEGD Post Graduate training (UCSF 1994)
B.S. in Biology (UCLA 1988)
Pre-Med (U. OF Hawaii at Manoa 1984)
Singer and Songwriter. (Rich K)
ALOHA Activist, Relatively Well Equipped with Law (Self-Taught Legal Expert with More Than 10 Years of Experience) and Some Practical Knowledge of Psychology.
Heal Hawaii! (Boost emotional health).
Right vs Responsibility
Aloha Dept. ; Aloha Score, in addition to FICO Score!
Hawaii Reform! Media Reform!
Boost Transportation! Boost economy!
Build our own Hawaii Nation within USA!
Gina received her bachelor?s and master?s degrees in journalism from Northwestern University, and has worked in New York, London, Chicago and Washington, D.C. as a reporter and editor in print and broadcast journalism.
She moved to Hawaii in 1999 and joined KHON2 in 2004.
She attributes her career in journalism to her mother, who was an investigative newspaper reporter in New York. ?Ink is in the blood,? she says.
Date and Time
Thursday Jun 30, 2022
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM HST
8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:30 AM Forum Begins
10:00 AM Meet the Candidate and Networking
YP Member: $30
Chamber Member: $40
Online Registration closes on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at 12:00 PM