Ten Candidates for the At -Large seat on the Board of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs gathered for the only debate held for the November 7th election. Bumpy Kanahele (green aloha shirt) came closest to achieving a consensus as the candidates heard his concept for a new bank. The debate was held at the studios of Olelo Television on Oahu.
Maui kupuna waving signs in Lahaina, Maui.
Kimo Kahoano and I doing the radio ads for the OHA election.
My daughter Tennille and son-in-law Keali`i Oleole.
My In-laws Sonny and Elizabeth Cipriano with my wife Eva in the middle.
My granddaughter Hiilei & grandson Keiki.
My granddaughters Hiilei & Lehua.
My grand daughter Welina.
My son Wes.
Aunty Patty & Gina.
Giving OHA manao on Maui.
Pule (prayer) at Makapu`u.
"I have dedicated my life to addressing the long-standing issues and concerns of our people. I do this for, 'The Love of Country' and to secure the foundation of our Future."
-- Pu'uhonua D. K. Kanahele