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Majority Leader of the Hawaii House of Representatives

The majority leader is the chief spokesperson for the majority party (in politics).

Pre-statehood

Name Term Party
Daniel Inouye 1954-1958 Democratic

Post-statehood

Name Term Party
Henry H. Peters 1980-1981 Democratic
Richard Kawakami 1984-1987 Democratic
Tom Okamura 1987-1990 Democratic
Tom Okamura 1994-1996 Democratic
Tom Okamura 1997-1998 Democratic
Ed Case 1999-2000 Democratic
Marcus Oshiro 2001-2002[1] Democratic
Scott Saiki 2003-2004 Democratic
Marcus Oshiro 2005-2006 Democratic
Kirk Caldwell 2006-2008 Democratic
Blake Oshiro 2008-2011 Democratic
Pono Chong 2011-2012 Democratic
Scott Saiki 2013–present Democratic

References

  1. ^ Richard Borreca (November 21, 2000). "State House leadership largely same". Hawaii Star-Bulletin. 
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