August 13th is the critical date of the Hawaii Primary Election and YOUR HELP IS NEEDED PRIOR TO AUGUST 1 TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

If elected in 2016 these 7 outstanding individuals could literally "Rock the House" and change the dynamics and future of politics and government in Hawaii. The Hawaii State House of Representatives is presently dominated by conservative corporate centered DINO's resulting in big business and corporate interests virtually running the show at the state capitol. With your help today, these highly qualified progressive emerging leaders can without exaggeration change the future of politics and government in Hawaii.

The gmo/agrochemical industry issue, the Bernie Sanders Campaign, the ongoing fight to protect the environment, increasing income disparity and homelessness, and the growing Hawaiian rights movement have combined to set the stage for a true political revolution in Hawaii.

Over the past 4 years the Aloha State has been locked in an epic battle with the agrochemical industry. The 5 largest chemical companies in the world operate here, including Monsanto, Dow AgroScience, BASF, Dupont and Syngenta. Currently the industry is suing Maui, Kauai and the Big Island local county governments rather than follow the county laws that have been passed. These companies use more restricted use pesticides (RUP'S) per acre and per capita in Hawaii than anywhere in the world.

The agrochemical industry and their big business corporate supporters literally control all public policy governing their industry and related land use and water rights issues on both the state and the county level.

If elected these bold new leaders can break that corporate lock on Hawaii's state government and foster truly progressive public policies that address both the increasing income disparity in Hawaii and the health and environmental protections now under siege by Monsanto and friends. Please help Rock the Hawaii House TODAY and change government in the aloha state forever.


Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • Glenn Head endorsed

    “We need a progressive conversation to move our state from the bottom of the list of states friendly to entrepreneurs. Don't boo. VOTE!!”

  • Trinidad A. Williams endorsed

    “the people of this beautiful State need mindful representation...need caring ministrative enactments that heed the call to malama 'aina...need people in the Legislative body who are able to conceive foresight, with the present conditions superimposed on all the pressing issues plaguing the citizens. Mahalo for your support to moving ahead with insightful vetted choices of candidates on this roster”

  • Miranda Camp endorsed

    “I support these candidates because a change in the system is long overdue!”

  • Richard Cooper endorsed

    “I support Rock Hawai'i House of Representatives because the people of Hawai'i deserve and are on the verge of realizing a new path to a healthier, more sustainable and just society! JOIN US!!!”

  • Gary Hooser endorsed

    “These 7 represent the future for positive change in Hawaii. I am contributing $140 today. Won't you please join me? The revolution starts now, with us.”

  • Ted Fredricks endorsed

    “Hawaii is on the verge of a political revolution and these 7 bold progressives can make it happen. But they need our support. I donated $140. Can you help too? Please donate what you can and help make the revolution a reality.”

  • Christopher McCullough endorsed

    “Change we must! Let's put an end to political corruption in Hawai'i and vote in leadership that represents the needs of Hawaii's people not big money. More ike less Ige!!!”

  • Felicia Cowden endorsed

    “I endorse the "Rock the Hawaii House" representatives because they will replace and/or resist the representatives who disrespect the democratic process by not listening to the people and pandering to the big corporate footprint that dominates Hawaii.”

July 18, 2016

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Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • Glenn Head endorsed

    “We need a progressive conversation to move our state from the bottom of the list of states friendly to entrepreneurs. Don't boo. VOTE!!”

  • Trinidad A. Williams endorsed

    “the people of this beautiful State need mindful representation...need caring ministrative enactments that heed the call to malama 'aina...need people in the Legislative body who are able to conceive foresight, with the present conditions superimposed on all the pressing issues plaguing the citizens. Mahalo for your support to moving ahead with insightful vetted choices of candidates on this roster”

  • Miranda Camp endorsed

    “I support these candidates because a change in the system is long overdue!”

  • Sherry Pollock endorsed

  • Richard Cooper endorsed

    “I support Rock Hawai'i House of Representatives because the people of Hawai'i deserve and are on the verge of realizing a new path to a healthier, more sustainable and just society! JOIN US!!!”

  • Maria Clayk endorsed

  • Eleanor Snyder endorsed

  • Kevin Casey endorsed

  • Evern Williams endorsed

  • Gary Hooser endorsed

    “These 7 represent the future for positive change in Hawaii. I am contributing $140 today. Won't you please join me? The revolution starts now, with us.”

  • Ted Fredricks endorsed

    “Hawaii is on the verge of a political revolution and these 7 bold progressives can make it happen. But they need our support. I donated $140. Can you help too? Please donate what you can and help make the revolution a reality.”

  • Christopher McCullough endorsed

    “Change we must! Let's put an end to political corruption in Hawai'i and vote in leadership that represents the needs of Hawaii's people not big money. More ike less Ige!!!”

  • stephen Blake endorsed

  • Felicia Cowden endorsed

    “I endorse the "Rock the Hawaii House" representatives because they will replace and/or resist the representatives who disrespect the democratic process by not listening to the people and pandering to the big corporate footprint that dominates Hawaii.”