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Speaker of the Hawaii House of Representatives

The Speaker of the Hawaii House of Representatives is the speaker (presiding officer) of the Hawaii House of Representatives.

Territorial House of Representatives

Name Party Term
Clarence Hyde Cooke Republican 1923–1924
Norman K. Lyman Republican 1925–1926
Clarence Hyde Cooke Republican 1927–1928
Frederick Dwight Lowrey Republican 1929–1930
Roy A. Vitousek Republican 1931–1932
Herbert Nikela Ahuna Republican 1933–1934
Roy A. Vitousek Republican 1935–1940
Arthur A. Akina Republican 1941–1942
Roy A. Vitousek Republican 1943–1944
Manuel G. Paschoal Republican 1945–1948
Hiram Leong Fong Republican 1949–1954
Charles Ernest Kauhane Democratic 1955–1956
O. Vincent Esposito Democratic 1957–1958

After statehood

Name Term Party
Elmer F. Cravalho 1959–1967 Democratic
Tadao Beppu 1968–1974 Democratic
James H. Wakatsuki 1975–1980 Democratic
Henry H. Peters 1981–1986 Democratic
Richard Kawakami 1987 (died in offic) Democratic
Emilio Alcon 1987 (acting) Democratic
Daniel J. "Danny" Kihano 1987 (acting) Democratic
Daniel J. "Danny" Kihano 1987–1992 Democratic
Joseph M. Souki 1993–1999 Democratic
Calvin Say 1999–2013 Democratic
Joseph M. Souki 2013– Democratic
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