East Hawaii News — Join Sen. Ruderman For Upcoming Talk Story Sessions

Please come join Senator Russell Ruderman to discuss state legislative priorities for 2014 and how it will affect you and the community. Information will be provided about participating directly in legislative process.

  • Pahala Plantation House – Monday, Feb. 24th from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Located on Maile Street, Pahala
  • Kea’au Girl Scout Center – Tuesday. Feb. 25th from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM 16-105 Opukahaia Street, across Hwy 130 from the Kea’au Humane Society.

    Light refreshments will be served. For more information call Senator Ruderman’s Office @ 808-586-6890 or email: senruderman@capitol.hawaii.gov

5 replies
  1. Brian Jordan
    Brian Jordan says:

    Senator Ruderman is a Statesman. He didn’t talk about solar energy he built it into his business. He does his job and he leads by example, Hopefully he will run for office again. He has created jobs with his own business and has them motivatedd to care for every customer.
    I have seen him disagree but not be disagreeable. Would that this was the case with all of our State lawmakers. We got rid of a County woman who disrespected those not born on island and who got aggressive with other raxes it should happena again.

    Then we elected anew Councilman Gregor Ilagan has instaleed lights at Keonopoko School and never mentioned it. Our new lawmakers were are respectful to the all of the electorate.

  2. Thomas
    Thomas says:

    Robert Petricci says:

    I agree with Brian on Senator Russel Ruderman. I would like to add, you know where he stands on the issues, there is no political fence sitting here. Sen Ruderman has an open door policy in Honolulu where he is very accessible, and he comes out to the community to meet with us regularly. I find he listens well and is responsive to his constituents. Ruderman is very forward thinking, proactive, and progressive in his legislation, he also follows through well.

    Councilman Illigan (Greggor) is a very nice guy but when it comes to issues that effect me, he is missing in action, I have no representation.

    Sen. Ruderman takes definitive stands I resonate with on issues that effect my family and my community, Illigan doesn’t do that IMO. There is no doubt about where Ruderman stands on charter schools, education, labeling, geothermal, marijuana, sustainable living, solar, and GMO’s.

    Where is Greggor?

    For me the biggest difference is with Ruderman I get representation. I do not get representation with Illigan, at least for my community.

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