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Aloha Wonderful Friends!

I cannot thank all of you enough for the hard work, love, respect, and support you have given me for the years of my public service, not to mention in this past election.  I am doing well and am satisfied that the election is over.  Although I did not win, it was not anyone’s fault and certainly not yours.  We all did the best we could.  I ran a clean and honest campaign and told the truth about my accomplishments – not everyone does that - and my future hopes for all of us such as the new hospital, higher education here, truly affordable housing, and solving the homeless problem.  And those issues still need to be addressed no matter who occupies the Senate seat so I hope that you hold your Senator and all of the other State and County elected officials to account for what does or does not get completed.  

I will continue to work as a “civilian” for the best interests of the people and especially for you in this Senatorial district.  I will always adore you for your assistance and love in this and previous elections.  God Bless Each of You and May Your Lives Be Enriched Forever!

Brenda Ford

 

News

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 12:00 AM

Candidates for state Senate District 3 offer views at community forum

KAILUA-KONA — For the first time in a decade, a new legislator will take up the state Senate seat for Hawaii Island’s 3rd District.
Come primary day on August 11, registered West Hawaii Democrats have a choice to make between two politicians looking to make the leap from careers defined by county government experience to legislating at the state level.


Monday, June 18, 2018 12:00 AM

Candidate Q&A: State Senate District 3 — Brenda Ford

For Hawaii’s Aug. 11 primary, Civil Beat asked candidates to answer some questions about where they stand on various issues and what their priorities will be if elected.
The following came from Brenda Ford, one of two Democratic candidates for State Senate District 3, which covers Kona and Kau.


Tuesday, June 12, 2018 12:00 AM

Hawaii Election: Candidate List Set

The candidate list for the upcoming election is finalized. Four candidates are unopposed so automatically retain their seats.


Thursday, June 7, 2018 12:00 AM

Hawaii Elections Guide

One stop shopping for Hawaii Election Information.


Thursday, June 7, 2018 12:00 AM

Hawaii Elections 2018: Primary Ballot

Hundreds of candidates have filed to run in the August primary. You can check who is on the ballot.


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