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Operative Plasterers' & Cement Masons Union - Local 630

Sylvia Luke is honored receive endorsements from:

"Sylvia has shown a true understanding of, and appreciation for, the value that our trade union brings to the community and itʻs members.

 

As a proven leader and problem-solver, Sylvia has shown the experience and ability to provide workable solutions to many of Hawai`iʻs most pressing concerns, and a commitment to creating opportunities for our local working families and their children to continue to live and prosper in this place they call home.”

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Plumbers and Fitters UA, Local 675

"Sylvia has shown a true understanding of, and appreciation for, the value that our trade union brings to the community and its members,” Valentino B. Ceria, business manager and Financial Secretary-Treasurer of Local 675.

 

"As a proven leader and problem-solver, Sylvia has the experience and ability to provide workable solutions to many of Hawaiʻiʻs most pressing concerns, and a commitment to creating opportunities for our local working families and their children to continue to live and prosper in
this place they call home,” Ceria added.

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Hawaii State Teachers Association

“HSTA is proud to recommend Sylvia Luke for Hawaii’s next lieutenant governor,” said Osa Tui, Jr., president of the HSTA.

 

“A strong advocate of Hawaii’s public schools, public school educators, and our keiki, Sylvia wants to ensure that all children have the opportunity to rise from whatever their circumstances to do great things,” Tui added.

 

“In concert with our next governor, Sylvia will use her knowledge, determination, and empathy to get us even closer to the schools our keiki deserve!”

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University of Hawaii Professional Assembly

“With her 10 years of experience as chair of the House Finance Committee, Sylvia Luke knows how to get things done. That is the kind of leader we need for our state,” said Christian Fern, UHPA’s executive director.


“So often, there has been dissension between the governor and legislature, and this prevented important initiatives from moving forward. We believe this can end with Sylvia serving as the bridge between the Governor’s office and the legislature. For once, we can expect there to be more collaboration and a more productive relationship,” Fern continued.

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Hawaii Government Employees Association

“From education to first responders to health care and everywhere in between, Sylvia Luke has always understood the critical role that we government employees serve. When the pandemic hit, she was there – not only fighting to fund essential services and keep our state afloat, but ensuring our schools were functional and even volunteering side by side with our members to
take calls in the unemployment center.

 

Sylvia Luke is the epitome of servant leadership and
what our state desperately needs,” said HGEA State Political Action Committee Chair Justin Lam. “We need leaders who listen and understand, then take action themselves, without worrying about taking credit.”

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Patsy T. Mink PAC

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Americans for Democratic Action

The Patsy T. Mink PAC is pleased to endorse Sylvia Luke for Lt. Governor.  Luke is a longtime supporter and loyal defender of women's rights and choice.  She will bring a much needed wealth of legislative and budgetary experience and competence that will benefit Hawaii for the next 4 years.   

Americans for Democratic Action, Hawaii Chapter, has made an early endorsement for Josh Green for Governor and Sylvia Luke for Lt. Governor.  We believe Green and Luke will be best candidates to support environmental protection, public education, fair tax policies, and civil rights.  We encourage progressive voters to join the bandwagon.  Our regular endorsement meeting will be May 1, but we feel it is important to come out early for a few really good candidates.

-John Bickel, President