Lyla Berg

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Lyla Berg
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Hawaii House of Representatives District 18
Former member
In office
ProfessionInstructor, Kapiolani Community College
Lyla Berg was a Democratic member of the Hawaii House of Representatives, representing the 18th District from 2005-2011. Representative Berg did not run for re-election in the Hawaii House of Representatives elections of 2010. Berg instead ran for Lieutenant Governor.[1] She lost in the primary, coming in fifth.

Berg is an instructor at Kapiolani Community College, and Consultant/Owner of Lyla Berg and Associates. She founded and served as Chief Executive Officer of Kids Voting Hawaii from 1996-2004, was Principal of Kailua Intermediate School from 1985-1990, and Vice Principal of Hawaii Department of Education from 1982-1985.

She is a member of the Alpha Delta Kappa Educational Women's Sorority, Read Aloud America Board - Hawaii, Civic Forum on Public Schools, Rotary Club of Honolulu, Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Women's Sorority, and Phi Delta Kappa.[2]

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See also: Hawaii lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2010

Berg lost her primary bid for Lieutenant Governor.


In 2008, Berg won re-election to the Hawaii House of Representatives from Hawaii's 18th District. Berg ran unopposed in the election. She raised $15,458 for her campaign.[3]

Campaign donors


In 2008, Berg collected $15,458 in campaign contributions.[4] The three largest contributors to her campaign were as follows:

Donor Amount
Hawaii Association of Realtors $1,900
Electrical Workers Local 1186 $1,750
University of Hawaii Professional Assembly $1,000


Hawaii Grassroot Institute

See also: Hawaii Grassroot Institute Scorecard

The Grassroot Institute issued its 2010 Legislative Score Card that tallied the votes of Hawaii legislators and graded their votes based on the Institute's values of individual liberty, free markets, and limited government.[5] The Institute observed state legislators' votes on issues involving taxes, spending, scope of government, business climate, and raids on special funds. Berg received a total score of 24%. Here are the scores Berg received based on specific categories.

2010 Hawaii House Legislative Scorecard
Taxes Business climate Spending Individual liberty Raids Scope of government
56% 0% 0% 0% 14% 24%

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Preceded by
Hawaii House District 18
Succeeded by
Mark Hashem