Nov. 6, 2018 Governor
Palm Card - 4 1/4" x 11".
Andria TUPOLA for Governor 2018
Building Strong Communities

Andria Tupola is a wife, mother of 2 daughters, Kamehameha Schools graduate, former music teacher at Leeward Community College with a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and a Master’s from University of Hawai’i

•    Won State House race by 56%, unseating the Majority Floor Leader as first-time candidate in 2014.

•    Re-elected by 67% in 2016, making history as first Hawaiian/Samoan Minority Leader.

•    Voted ‘No’ to General Excise Tax Increase and proposed to cut Neighbor Islands out of the O’ahu Rail Tax

•    Held 41 town halls in only 4 years to address community needs and to formulate pro-active strategies at the meetings

•    Addressed Homelessness by serving in and assisting the 6 homeless shelters and 18 encampments in her district

•    Helped Businesses by hosting entrepreneur conferences and leading business district beautification projects.

•    Organized 13 community clean-ups, hauling over 50 tons  of trash and recycling over 50 abandoned cars

•    Inspired Improvement in Education by increasing early enrollment numbers, renovating severely neglected department of education facilities, and addressing youth domestic violence.

Representative Andria Tupola

Our Choice For Change

My vision is to build a Hawaii where more people can stay in this place they call home for generations to come.

HOUSING:  decrease the cost of living so families are housed
•    Decrease taxes and pension liability
•    Support local developers, local jobs, and reduced permitting time
•    Refocus the Department of Hawaiian Homelands on their purpose and increase housing production, efficiency, and service to beneficiaries

EDUCATION:  Improve quality of life by being a champion for education and underserved communities

•    Ensure equitable funding for all public school students including rural and charter schools
•    Retain and sustain our teachers through better salary, medical benefits, and classroom resources
•    Audit, evaluate and streamline Department of Education facilities, resources, and procedures

JOBS:  Create an atmosphere for local businesses to thrive so more people can stay in this place they call home for generations to come

•    Decrease corporate tax and unnecessary regulation
•    Increase capital and local partnerships
•    Work with local businesses and community colleges to create more vocational training and job placement


Paid for by Friends of Andria Tupola • PO Box 283099, Honolulu, HI 96828