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Scientist, Business Owner, Mom.


Sherry Alu Campagna is a Democrat running for Hawaii's Second Congressional District. She is an environmental scientist, small business owner, and mom. She has been an agent for social change her entire adult life, initially as an advocate for racial justice and environmental issues during her college years then later widening her scope to include women’s rights and class disparities. She is a commissioner with the Hawai‘i Commission on the Status of Women and the former Hawai‘i State Chair of the Women’s March on Washington. 

Sherry was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and grew up around the world as a dependent of the Department of Defense. Her family is of Native Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, and Polish ancestry. Sherry launched and co-owns a small environmental planning, permitting, remediation and renewable energy company.  


About Sherry

“People will never wonder where I stand on an issue or if I’ll respond when they need me. I will be there with them as we fight back against the Trump agenda. It’s time for us to rise up and build a legacy of fighting for justice together—unbought and unafraid” ~ Sherry Alu Campagna

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Sherry's Platform

“I decided to run for this position because the people of rural Hawaii deserve a representative who will remain a true servant to their needs in Congress. I will succeed in protecting the people of CD2 and their families, growing a thriving community, and protecting our environment.” ~ Sherry Alu Campagna

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Latest News

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Join Team Sherry!

We welcome all those who would like to volunteer for Sherry’s campaign.

Please contact us if you would like to sign wave, canvass, phone bank, host an event, or install a lawn sign.

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Vote Sherry August 11, 2018
Hawaii's Primary Election.

Important Dates for Voters

  • July 12: Voter Registration Deadline

  • July 30: Early Walk-in Voting Locations Open

  • Aug 4: Deadline to Request a Mail Ballot

  • Aug 9: Early Walk-In Voting Ends

  • Aug 11: Primary Election