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Last election season, Okata and the HGEA put troops on the ground and flyers in the mail, helping defeat five Republican incumbents in the House.
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He has spoken to diverse groups ranging from Hawaii Government Employees Association (HGEA) shop stewards to the State Planning Association on the importance of job growth and a positive business climate.
Harold DeCosta, Teamsters ('51) Al Fraga, Hawaii Employers Council ('46) David Trask, retired, HGEA ('42) Tommy Trask, retired, ILWU ('47)
Here too, government unions are the next wave: Two former HGEA employees, Sandra Ebesu, on the state labor board, and Noboru Yonamine, who chairs the House labor committee, Senator Mike McCartney, formerly with HSTA, and Senator Tony Chang, a former officer with the UPW, who will either spend the next two years serving out his term in the senate, or if elected, sitting on the City Council, are prominent.
But the HSTA and the HGEA strongly oppose a recommendation that would give local school-community based management groups the power to hire and fire teachers and principals.
State and county managers will negotiate with their 29,000 employees, who are members of the Hawaii Government Employees Association (HGEA), in July.
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