Honolulu City Council Chair Ikaika Anderson and Honolulu City Council Member Tommy Waters endorses Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council District V!

Honolulu City Council Chair Ikaika Anderson and Honolulu City Council Member Tommy Waters endorses Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council District V, which consists of Kaimuki, Kapahulu, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki.⁠

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. ⁠

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.⁠⁠

The Hawaii Building & Construction Trades Council endorsed Speaker Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council District V!

The Hawaii Building & Construction Trades Council endorsed Speaker Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council District V! 

The Hawaii Building & Construction Trades Council is affiliated with the Building and Construction Trades Department and the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organization – AFL-CIO.

We really appreciate your support for the upcoming 2020 election. Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say is running for the Honolulu City Council District 5, which consists of Kaimuki, Kapahulu, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki.

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. ❤️

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.

Aloha Neighbors, Families, and Friends

For the 2020 elections, Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say is running for Honolulu City Council District V, which consists of Kaimuki, Kapahulu, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki. In this video, Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say talks about his priorities for District V and Honolulu and why he is running for Honolulu City Council District 5 in this year’s election.

Visit http://calvinsay.com for more information.

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. ❤️

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.

Here’s Speaker Calvin K.Y. Say when he was a young 25 year old State Representative and working as a bus boy at Flamingo Chuckwagon.

Here’s Speaker Calvin K.Y. Say when he was a young 25 year old State Representative and working as a bus boy at Flamingo Chuckwagon. Say graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a degree in education, but he remained loyal to the restaurant and its owners.

Say’s humbleness is a character trait that’s much needed in politics. It is one of the reasons members of the Hawaii House of Representatives voted to make him the longest serving Hawaii Speaker at 14 years.

We really appreciate your support for the upcoming 2020 election. Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say is running for the Honolulu City Council District 5, which consists of Kaimuki, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki.

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. ❤️

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.

Visit http://www.calvinsay.com

Thank you!

Build-Pac Hawaii endorses Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council for the 2020 elections!

Build-Pac Hawaii endorses Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council for the 2020 elections! Build-Pac Hawaii is the political action committee for the Building Industry Association of Hawaii (“BIA”), which is The voice of the Construction Industry. The BIA promotes its members through advocacy and education, and provides community outreach programs to enhance the quality of life for the people of Hawaii.

The founding of the BIA began in 1955 with ten visionary men: William Blackfield, Bert Kanzaki, Earl Kato, Robert M. Kaya, Ward Kegin, Robert Kuniyuki, James Lai, Melvin Muraoka, Richard Sato and Kenneth Shioi, joined with others to charter the organization, which was first named the Home Builders Association of Hawaii with Robert M. Kaya at its first president. The new association affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders (“NAHB”) and was granted charter number 1220. Based in Washington DC, the NAHB is one of the largest and most influential trade associations in the country today.

Members of BIA are developers, general contractors, specialty contractors, suppliers, Realtors, architects, financial institutions and a host of other professionals who service the building industry. This unique mix enables members to network across their respective sectors and also provides the bridging of diverse interests into a common whole allowing the BIA to address the many challenges facing the industry with a uniquely balanced perspective.

The industry leadership of BIA-Hawaii is also recognized statewide for their four signature community-wide annual events that you may be familiar with: The Parade of Homes, The Home Building & Remodeling Show, The Renaissance Building and Remodeling Awards, and The Remodel It Right Remodel It Green Expo.

The Hawaii State Teachers Association (“HSTA”) has endorsed Speaker Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council for this 2020 elections!

The Hawaii State Teachers Association (“HSTA”) has endorsed Speaker Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council for this 2020 elections! Speaker Say is especially proud of this endorsement because he has a degree in education and believes the future of Hawaii and our country depends on each generation maximizing their knowledge, skills, and relationships. Mahalo tot HSTA for your support! 

We really appreciate your support for the upcoming 2020 election. Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say is running for the Honolulu City Council District 5, which consists of Kaimuki, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki.

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. ❤️

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.

Thank you!

Hawaii State AFL-CIO endorses Calvin K.Y. Say for the Honolulu City Council District V race!

The Hawaii State AFL-CIO endorses Calvin K.Y. Say for the Honolulu City Council District V race! It is one of nearly 500 state and local labor councils of the AFL-CIO and are the heart of the labor movement. The Hawaii AFL-CIO are democratically elected bodies dedicated to represent the interests of working people at the state and local level. The organization mobilizes their members and community partners to advocate for social and economic justice and it strives daily to vanquish oppression and make communities better for all people – regardless of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, or ethnic or national origin.

Calvin K.Y. Say Friend to Friend Card.

Here’s a friend to friend card that you can print and share with others who can vote for Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say in the 2020 election for Honolulu City Council District V that consists of Kaimuki, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki. ❤

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816.❤️
Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.

Thank you so much!

Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say and former Hawaii State Representative Jon Riki Karamatsu releasing peace doves in 2007 to commemorate Peace Day Hawaii.

Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say and former Hawaii State Representative Jon Riki Karamatsu releasing peace doves in 2007 to commemorate Peace Day Hawaii, which recognizes September 21 as Peace Day, which is also recognized by the United Nations. Hawaii was the first State in the the union to pass a law to honor this day.

For the 2020 elections, Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say is running for Honolulu City Council District V that consists of Kaimuki, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki. ❤

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. ❤️

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way.

Thank you so much!

Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council District V

Below is our brochure: Calvin K.Y. Say for Honolulu City Council District V.

For the 2020 elections, Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say is running for the Honolulu City Council District 5: Kaimuki, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully, and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki. Here’s a brochure about Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say for you. Thank you! ❤

You can contribute to Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign by writing a check to “Friends for Say” and mailing it to 1822 10th Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816.

Email calvinsayhawaii@gmail.com if you would like to help Speaker Emeritus Calvin K.Y. Say’s campaign in any way. ❤😊