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Who is Andria Tupola?
Andria Tupola served in the Hawaii House of Representatives representing District 43 (Māʻili, Nānākuli, Ko Olina, Honokai Hale, Kalaeloa, Ewa). Andria was first elected into the House of Representatives in 2014 on her very first run for office. She rallied the support of community members by knocking doors, holding meetings, speaking at schools, and organizing events. She was elected in 2014 by 56% of the vote – unseating the only incumbent in the general election.
Andria was re-elected in 2016, this time increasing her margin of victory to 65% of the vote. Following re-election, Andria made history by becoming the first Samoan woman to serve as the House Minority Leader. In 2018, Andria ran for Governor of the State of Hawaii and garnered 35% of the vote as a first time candidate. She was the youngest Republican candidate for Governor in the United States and the first Native Hawaiian woman to run in the State of Hawaii.
In 2020, Andria will be running for Honolulu City Council District 1. She has a high level of name recognition on the westside of O’ahu and a record of serving the community by addressing city issues. In 2016, the current District 1 Honolulu City Council Member won with 7,649 votes. In 2018, Andria beat her opponent by 8% points and had 11,660 supporters in Honolulu City Council District 1 area. She looks forward to activating her supporters in the 2020 election and stepping into office where she can make a more effective difference!
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