Maui Election

Lokahi 2018: Campagna, Hughey and Kama Featured in Talk Story

June 21, 2018, 11:08 AM HST
* Updated July 3, 11:14 AM
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A Talk Story with 2nd Congressional District Candidate Sherry Alu Campagna will be hosted by District 8 (Kahakuloa, Waihee, Waiehu, Puuohala, Wailuku and Waikapu) candidate Justin Hughey and Natalie (Tasha) Kama, candidate for Maui County Council Kahului seat on Friday, June 22, 2018 from 6:30-9:00 pm at Pu’u Kukui Elementary School in Wailuku, located at: 3700 Kehalani Mauka Pkwy, Wailuku, HI 96793. This fundraiser is free to attend.

A Talk Story with 2nd Congressional District Candidate Sherry Alu Campagna will be hosted by District 8 (Kahakuloa, Waiheʻe, Waiehu, Puʻuohala, Wailuku and Waikapū) candidate Justin Hughey and Natalie (Tasha) Kama, candidate for Maui County Council Kahului seat on Friday, June 22, 2018 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Puʻu Kukui Elementary School in Wailuku.  The fundraiser is free to attend.

Organizers say the three candidates cover Maui’s three levels of government.

Maui County Council candidates have been invited to participate and will bring their favorite potluck dish to share. Slack key guitarist Terri Garrison is the featured entertainment.

Campagna is an environmental scientist and social justice advocate in her first Congressional campaign. She is endorsed by the Hawaiʻi State Teachers Association and National Education Association.

Hughey is a King Kamehameha III Elementary School special education teacher and HSTA vice president running for the seat vacated by former Speaker of the House Joe Souki.

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Kama is a social justice organizer who says she is passionate about her work in community organizing around issues that people care about. She has been endorsed by the Sierra Club and Maui Pono Network.

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