Michael Hale

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Michael Hale
Candidate for
Hawaii State Senate, District 2

Political party Republican
Website Campaign website
Michael Hale was a Republican candidate for District 2 in the Hawaii State Senate in the November 2, 2010, state legislative elections.[1]

Hale is a Business consultant for Beachdog Consulting. He has been trained by Prudential and attended San Jose State University, Hawaii Community College and Evergreen Valley College. He is a licensed Realtor.

Issues and positions

Hale has declared his positions about the following issues:

•Preserve and strengthen agriculture in Hawai’i

•Protect and restore the civil and basic human rights of each person

•Support and provide for a strong economy

•Provide an excellent public education for students at every level

•Achieve energy sustainability NOW

•Protect and preserve Hawai’i’s and the world’s environment

•Support fair and just foreign policy that promotes peace

•Provide high quality and affordable healthcare for every human being

•Reform our government, supporting transparency in government and free, fair, and democratic elections (Freedom of information act)

•Support fair labor practices, good jobs and pay

•Support the rights and the preservation of native wisdom and culture

•Adapt transportation policies that improve our quality of life

Elections

2010

See also: Hawaii State Senate elections, 2010

Hale ran in the 2010 election for Hawaii State Senate District 2. Hale defeated Lee McIntosh in the Republican primary election on September 18, 2010, and was defeated by Russell Kokubun in the general election on November 2, 2010.[2][3]


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