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Leaguers "Running to Win" - Eve G. Anderson
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Duke Bainum
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Lois J. Evora
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Benjamin T. Hopkins
Leaguers "Running to Win" - James H. Koshi
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Barbara Marumoto
Leaguers "Running to Win" - George T. Ono
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Jane B. Tatibouet
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Cynthia Thielen
Leaguers "Running to Win" - Michael D. Wilson
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Leaguers "Running to Win" - Lois J. Evora

LOIS J. EVORA
Democrat
State House of Representatives District 15
Hawaii Kai

Lois has been involved for many years with issues that affect women and their families. She is a volunteer and very involved with community service. She has recently been elected to serves Chair of the Hawaii -Kai Neighborhood Board which she has served for the past few years.

Graduating with an Associate degree in 1957, she has been a Federal Government Manager for 16 years, was a Legislative Assistant, Hawaii State Legislature in 1989, and a realtor, Century 21, Kahala Hale, Inc. since 1990.

Present appointments and memberships are: Board of Directors Hawaii Kai Marina Community Assoc., Board of Dir. Girl Scout Council of Hawaii, - Chair Adult Development Committee; - Vice Chair East Oahu Regional Group - 1991, member: Honolulu Board of Realtors City Affairs Committee - 1991-92; Business and Professional Women, Waikiki Organization; American Assoc. Retired Persons; Hawaii Women's Political Caucus. Past Appointments - Past Commissioner & Chair, Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women.

"I plan to work toward: providing legislation to assure equitable lease to fee conversion; expansion of quality education - using more innovative solutions in programming with present tax dollars. I will encourage more rapid adaptation of SCBM schools of choice and local school boards... I believe with redirection and redistribution, and a limited number of new programs our schools and education system can be improved 100%; providing the best transportation system be put in place, taking us into the 2000's and beyond; release of more land for housing; the reexamination and planning for new and/or improved environmental and infrastructure legislation.

"I feel that attention to these priority issues is a must that the 15th district and the entire state will benefit - resulting in greater employment opportunities and in a stable economy. I know this will take logical and strategic planning with a delicate balance of investing and spending of our tax dollars. Because I don't want to see the ongoing trend of our young and senior citizens leaving Hawaii, I feel it is paramount to work on and solve the problems involving the above issues, now."

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