Getting to Know Kevin Kupihea Wilson
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Video: Olelo Candidate in Focus Film
Video: A Message to District 39
Zac, Charlie, Max, English Cocker Spaniels. 8-years-old.
Lana, Poi Dog. 11-years-old.
My name is Kevin Kupihea Wilson. I am seeking the opportunity to serve our community as a State Representative for Hawaii House District 39 (Waipahu, Village Park, Royal Kunia, Waikele , Ewa, West Loch, and Honouliuli) because you deserve a representative who will nurture, heal, and be a mediator for our community. The path to change begins by caring about our neighbors, treating each other with respect and integrity, and listening to their challenges and concerns. Together we can focus on working people and families and hold our state government more accountable. I believe government should work for you.
I have lived in Royal Kunia since 1999 and I graduated from Waipahu High School in 2008. To pay for my college tuition, beginning in 2012, I worked at the Hawaii State Legislature as an office clerk, researcher, and committee clerk. In the legislature, I found my passion for helping my community make a difference. I have worked nine legislative sessions at the Capitol, exposing me to various issues relating to labor, health, human services, housing, Hawaiian affairs, and finance, to name a few. Each session allowed me to listen, learn, and understand the challenges and issues from a neutral staff point of view. I am not indebted to any interest groups
My campaign for the primary election is a grassroots organization and funded by my own money and small donations.
I believe our community comes before politics and I am committed to being available and accessible to you every day. If elected I promise to listen, learn, and represent the voice of our community because together we can make a difference. Let's get to work and make our community better together.
E Malama Pono,
Kevin Kupihea Wilson
Arnold, Orange Tabby Cat. ??? age.
I am proud to have lived in Royal Kunia since 1999. I have deep roots in the community. My father is a retired federal and state employee from Kauai. My mother is a realtor. I live with my five dogs (Alex, Lana, Zac, Charlie, and Max) who make life enjoyable one walk in the neighborhood at a time.
A proud product of the Hawaii public school system, I graduated from Waipahu High School in 2008 and graduated from Leeward Community College with a Liberal Arts Degree. Recently I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
To pay for my college tuition, I worked at the Hawai'i State Legislature as an analyst advancing to the positions of a community liaison, legislative aide, committee clerk, and researcher. I have worked nine legislative sessions at the Capitol, exposing me to various issues relating to education, finance, Hawaiian affairs, health, housing, human services, and labor. Each session allowed me to listen, learn, and understand the challenges and issues from a neutral staff point of view.
My deep understanding of our community, positive attitude, and proficient knowledge about the legislative process allows me to be a strong advocate for our community.
Let's get to work and make our community better together.
Waipahu High School 2008 senior portrait.
Alex, English Cocker Spaniel. 12-years-old.