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  Kawananakoa eager for comeback - The Honolulu Advertiser - Hawaii's Newspaper
Quentin Kawananakoa has had his ups and downs in politics, but the lawyer, former state representative and heir to the Campbell Estate fortune said his desire to serve Hawai'i has never waned.
Kawananakoa was born in Honolulu and is a descendant of Hawaiian royalty.
Kawananakoa stands to gain an estimated $25 million when the Estate of James Campbell is transformed next year from a $2.3 billion trust to a new entity that's expected to be one of Hawai'i's largest privately held companies.
the.honoluluadvertiser.com /article/2006/Sep/12/ln/FP609120386.html   (1196 words)

  Quentin Kawananakoa at AllExperts
Quentin Kawananakoa, formally Quentin Kūhiō Kawananakoa (born September 28, 1961), is the current head of the House of Kawananakoa and could claim the title of prince and heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawai`i.
Kawananakoa is also a respected organizer of the Republican Party of Hawai`i and oversees the vast landholdings of the James Campbell Estate, of which he is an heir.
Kawananakoa was born in 1961 in San Francisco, California, the third son of Edward A. Kawananakoa and his second wife Carolyn Willison Kawananakoa.
en.allexperts.com /e/q/qu/quentin_kawananakoa.htm   (533 words)

 Quentin Kawananakoa: Candidate Profile
Upon returning to Hawaii, he served as a state legislator from 1994-1998, was the Republican minority leader, and served as the commissioner to the Department of Hawaiian Homelands.
Kawananakoa says, within the next 10 years, the majority of Hawaii's population will be over 55 years of age, so it's important to support programs like Social Security and Medicare.
Kawananakoa believes Hawaii needs at least one Republican in Congress, and recalls when his great-grandfather, and his great-grand uncle, were rivals in the two different political parties.
www.khnl.com /Global/story.asp?S=5404183   (364 words)

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Kawananakoa, who turns 45 on Thursday, is an attorney, born and raised in Hawaii with a longtime association with Hawaiian cultural issues as an heir of the Campbell Estate and a family connection to Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole.
Kawananakoa said he considers terrorism a threat to the country, but he also considers medical costs, the federal budget deficit, and Congress’ failure to reduce taxes and spending to be major issues as well.
Kawananakoa said he expects to make a difference to the party and to the country on the issues of corruption in Congress and overspending that is strapping future generations with a $9 trillion debt.
www.mauinews.com /story.aspx?id=23554   (554 words)

 Quentin Kawananakoa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Quentin Kawananakoa, formally Quentin Kuhio Kawananakoa (September 28, 1961-), is the current head of the House of Kawananakoa and holds the title of prince and heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawai'i.
He is also an avid poltician of the State of Hawai'i having been elected to and chosen by his peers as minority leader in the Hawai'i State Legislature.
Kawananakoa was born in 1961 in Monterey, California, the third son of Prince Edward A. Kawananakoa and his second wife Carolyn Willison Kawananakoa.
publicliterature.org /en/wikipedia/q/qu/quentin_kawananakoa.html   (360 words)

 Kawananakoa for US Congress
Kawananakoa has a better grasp of the issues than his opponent...and his positions are more substantive.
Kawananakoa, a descendent of Hawaiian royalty and overseer of the Campbell Estate, has the wealth and willingness to spend his own money on such an effort.
...Kawananakoa has touted his willingness to stand up to Democrats and represent Hawaii as a member of the current majority party in Congress.
www.kawananakoa.com   (411 words)

 Kauai Garden Island News
Quentin Kawananakoa, the Republican politician who is Hawaiian royalty, will file his nomination papers for the 2nd Congressional District this morning.
Kawananakoa said one of his main priorities will be developing alternative energy source technology such as ocean thermal exchange conversion, a sustainable way to generate electricity using the different temperature of seawater at different depths in the ocean.
Kawananakoa is the head of the House of Kawananakoa, the only royal family recognized by the U.S. Government.
www.kauaiworld.com /articles/2006/07/12/news/news03.txt   (418 words)

 House of Kawananakoa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
House of Kawananakoa matriarch, Princess Abigail Kawananakoa, socializes with Edward Prince of Wales, future King Edward VIII of the United Kingdom.
A collateral branch of the reigning House of Kalākaua (from Kaua
Kawananakoa was allegedly affianced to Princess Victoria Ka iulani (a girl with a lot of alleged fiancées), who would have become a monarch in her own right upon the death of Queen Lili
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/House_of_Kawananakoa   (635 words)

 Washingtonpost.com: In Hawaii, GOP Primary Contest Is Settled Before Votes Are Cast
Kawananakoa's exit from the primary race that he was nonetheless expected to carry – which the 36-year-old state lawmaker attributed to health reasons – leaves conservative state Rep. Gene Ward, 55, as the GOP nominee.
For all his campaign appeal, Kawananakoa had a dark spot on his record: an arrest and conviction in the late 1980s for cocaine possession that the courts later erased under a law for first-time offenses.
Kawananakoa's exit from the race came as Ward – a former Peace Corps volunteer in Malaysia and Borneo and later an Army interpreter during the Vietnam War – was stepping up his television ads for the primary election.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/politics/campaigns/keyraces98/stories/hi082798.htm   (708 words)

 Molokai Times - Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
From Kawananakoa Campaign HQ KAILUA, HI (August 28, 2006) - Quentin Kawananakoa, who seeks the Republican nomination in Hawaii's 2nd congressional district, said his opponent's comments in a televised candidates forum this evening showed a disregard for the City and County's process to select a transportation project to relieve Leeward commuters' traffic woes.
Kawananakoa called Hogue's preference for HOT lanes and complete disregard of other possible transit solutions "inappropriate" and "potentially damaging" to the effort to the transit project if Hogue were elected.
Kawananakoa said a final decision on the mode of transportation for the Honolulu High Capacity Transit Corridor Project is still months away.
www.molokaitimes.com /articles/6828171030.asp   (492 words)

 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Local News
State House Republican leader Quentin Kawananakoa has abruptly aborted his bid for Congress, just five days after he had insisted he was in the race to stay.
The 36-year-old Kawananakoa, who was unavailable for questions, was seen by the state GOP as one of its rising stars.
Kawananakoa's Shigekane said it will be up to individual campaign workers to decide if they want to be active in Ward's campaign.
starbulletin.com /98/08/27/news/story4.html   (709 words)

 Hawaii Reporter: Hawaii Reporter
A late-August Kawananakoa campaign mailer is titled: “How Quentin Kawananakoa and Bob Hogue chose to handle the largest tax increase in Hawaii’s history.” Inside it details the response of the two candidates to two different tax increases, not one.
Kawananakoa accuses Hogue of making insufficient effort by merely voting against Hawaii legislative Democrats’ 2005 enactment of a bill allowing counties to raise their General Excise Tax (GET) rates by 0.5%.
Perhaps the reason Kawananakoa chooses to ignore his own efforts against the 2005 tax increase is that there is no record of any effort on his part as a private citizen.
www.hawaiireporter.com /story.aspx?2530ae1a-93b1-4240-a6e1-d92fa0f20661   (886 words)

 Sending Royalty To Washington | Mostly Politics | Midweek.com
Quentin Kawananakoa sees the unwillingness of Senate Republicans to allow the Akaka Bill to be voted on on the Senate floor as the principal reason why the voters of the 2nd Congressional District should send him to Washington.
Kawananakoa’s great-granduncle, Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole, served from 1903 to 1922 as the Islands’ second delegate-to-Congress.
Kawananakoa sees his wealth as a reason for Republicans to support his candidacy in the party’s primary.
www.midweek.com /content/columns/mostlypolitics_article/sending_royalty_to_washington   (707 words)

 The Cook Political Report Weekly Column Archives
Kawananakoa hopes to tie Abercrombie to Hawaii's declining fortunes, while Abercrombie is working to convince voters that his leadership in Washington has helped provide the islands with millions of federal transportation and defense dollars.
Kawananakoa has raised $285,000 so far and is charging that Abercrombie has not delivered for Hawaii.
And Democrats have hinted that Kawananakoa's mid- 1980s cocaine possession conviction (he pled guilty and was sentenced to community service) will become an issue in the campaign, although Kawananakoa points out that this has been covered extensively in his past campaigns for the state House and says it is a non-issue in this race.
www.cookpolitical.com /column/1998/061398.php   (2435 words)

 Two seek GOP nomination for U.S. House seat
Bob Hogue, 53, and Quentin Kawananakoa, 45, have both served in the minority in the Hawaii state Legislature.
Kawananakoa is a former state House minority leader.
Kawananakoa says he will strengthen the existing civilian/military relationship, according to a quote on his website.
www.haleakalatimes.com /story2171.aspx   (392 words)

 KGMB9 - Hawaii's Severe Weather Station | KGMB9 Top Stories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Former state lawmaker Quentin Kawananakoa announced his candidacy for U.S. Representative Ed Case's seat.
As a former Republican state lawmaker, Kawananakoa highlighted his political experience, but hoped to leave behind problems from the past, including a cocaine conviction in the 1980's.
Kawananakoa was the latest addition to a long list of candidates vying for Case's seat.
www.kgmb.com /kgmb/display.cfm?storyID=7887   (341 words)

 The Race to Replace Case - HawaiiThreads.com
Her mother, Lydia Kamakaeha Liliuokalani Kawananakoa, in keeping with ancient hanai adoption, allowed the infant princess to be raised from an early age by her grandmother as a punahele child in the regal atmosphere of Hawaiian nobility.
Kawananakoa was allegedly affianced to Princess Victoria Kaiulani (a girl with a lot of alleged fiancées), who would have become a monarch in her own right upon the death of Queen Liliuokalani had she not predeceased her.
I mean, independent of Quentin here, or Hawaiian lineage, we've seen familial ties exploited both for and against candidates in political campaigns on all levels, including national (like our dear leader).
www.hawaiithreads.com /showthread.php?p=61942   (1946 words)

 Quentin Kawananakoa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quentin Kawananakoa (pictured here with a supporter) is an ali'i of Hawai'i.
Upon obtaining his law degree, he served in private practice at the law firm Case, Bigelow and Lombardi until 2000.
[1] In the primary elections held on September 24, 2006, Crown Prince Quentin Kawananakoa was narrowly defeated by Hawaiian State Senator Robert Hogue.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Quentin_Kawananakoa   (535 words)

 KPUA.net - KPUA Hawaii News - Candidate says he'll continue to write column despite election
That's despite a call from his republican opponent in the race for U.S. House, Quentin Kawananakoa, to stop.
Kawananakoa says the weekly column provides Hogue with an avenue to speak with voters that other candidates in teh race for the Second Congressional District don't have.
And Hogue says that -- unlike Kawananakoa, who is an heir to Hawaiian royalty -- he doesn't have the money to stop working during the campaign.
www.kpua.net /news.php?id=8920   (148 words)

 NEWSMEAT - Campaign contributors to KAWANANAKOA, QUENTIN KUHIO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
KAWANANAKOA, QUENTIN KUHIO (R) Contributions for House of Reps
Ex-Cop Sells Pot Tips on DVD Paul J Weber, AP - June 19th, 2007
www.newsmeat.com /campaign_contributions_to_politicians/donor_list.php?candidate_id=H6HI02277&cycle=2006   (273 words)

 KGMB9 - Hawaii's Severe Weather Station | Top Stories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In the primary, Hogue will face Quentin Kawananakoa, a man with royal Hawaiian ancestry and deep pockets.
Quentin Kawananakoa is technically a prince, a descendent of royal families who ruled hawaii for centuries.
Outside politics, Kawananakoa is a trustee for Campbell Estate.
www.kgmb.com /kgmb/display.cfm?storyID=8982&sid=1214   (2968 words)

 Hawaii Republican Party :: News Item
Honolulu prosecutor Peter Carlisle has said he is considering the Republican primary, and Sam Aiona, the party's chairman, said yesterday that he expects former state Rep. Quentin Kawananakoa to announce his intentions soon.
He said he believes his recent experience in the Senate distinguishes him from Carlisle or Kawananakoa but he is expecting a tough primary.
Hogue, Carlisle and Kawananakoa are considered by political analysts to be credible candidates who could have a legitimate chance against the Democratic primary winner.
www.gophawaii.com /News/Read.aspx?ID=926   (602 words)

 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Local News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In an interview before his announcement, Kawananakoa said he was declaring his candidacy two weeks before the start of the 1998 legislative session so questions regarding his political ambitions won't cloud his work at the state Capitol.
Kawananakoa's declaration sets the stage for what could be a contentious primary fight with state Rep. Gene Ward of Hahaione Valley, whom Kawananakoa forced out as House minority leader.
Abercrombie, Kawananakoa and Ward said reinvigorating Hawaii's economy will be a central -- if not the key -- theme in their campaigns.
starbulletin.com /98/01/08/news/story5.html   (379 words)

 CQPolitics.com - HI 2: EMILY’s List Says Aloha to Hirono’s Bid to Succeed Case
Kawananakoa, who is descended from Hawaiian royalty, launched his campaign in April.
Some analysts say Kawananakoa is positioning himself as the best hope to revive a long-stymied bill to grant native Hawaiians a governing entity, a position predicated on his Republican Party maintaining its majority after November’s elections.
Kawananakoa traveled to Washington just before that vote to lobby Republicans senators for their support.
www.cqpolitics.com /2006/06/hi_2_emilys_list_says_aloha_to.html   (1121 words)

 Poinography! » Why Quentin was quitter in 1998
I was sailing Thursday evening, so I deffered posting a link to Borreca’s useful profile of Quentin Kawananakoa.
Kawananakoa ran for the 1st Congressional District in 1998 but withdrew during the primary campaign, saying he was undergoing treatment for hypertension and its related conditions including heart palpitations, high blood pressure and severe headaches.
Kawananakoa has a sizeable campaign account balance, and, combined with his name recognition, I’d have to say that puts him ahead of his Republican primary opponent, Bob Hogue.
poinography.com /index.php?p=2567   (270 words)

 Volcanic Ash - Welcome to Election Night Live
Kawananakoa is a much more aggressive campaigner and would go after Hirono's record like an unleashed dog.
Quentin's campaign effort of bombing people this past week with "hit mail" about Bob Hogue backfired and more importantly...revealed the true Quentin Kawananakoa that I know.
As for Quentin Kawananakoa's behavior - even though I live in the Second Congresssional District, I was fortunate enough - or his campaign team decided not to waste the effort and money - not to have received any of his mailings.
blogs.honoluluadvertiser.com /index.php?blog=10&title=welcome_to_election_night_live&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1   (9306 words)

Former state Rep. Quentin Kawananakoa said the history of Hawai'i shows an obligation is owed to Native Hawaiians.
A mailer distributed by republican Quentin Kawananakoa says his opponent Bob Hogue is close to activists known to oppose federal recognition of Native Hawaiians.
Kawananakoa, in the campaign mailer and at the forum, criticized Hogue for "waffling," adding that he believes the senator has been influenced by "very conservative" groups that oppose Hawaiian sovereignty.
www.angelfire.com /planet/bigfiles40/AkakaHistJuly2006.html   (20020 words)

 Prince David Kawananakoa of Hawaii
Prince David acknowledged paternity of a son, Prince Edward Kawananakoa, and a daughter, Princess Lydia, who was the mother of Princess Abigail Kinoike Kekaulike Kawananakoa.
He declared that the oldest child of his wife, Abigail Kapiolani Kawananakoa, was not his, and he forced his wife's mother to adopt the child.
But many people consider Abigail to have been legitimate, and therefore that she continues the true line of succession, which is now headed by her grandson, Prince Quentin Kawananakoa.
www.hawaiitravelnewsletter.com /monarchy/prince-david-kawananakoa.htm   (204 words)

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