Civil Beat Candidate Q&A: John Carroll Sticky

Editor’s note: For Hawaii’s Nov. 8 election, Civil Beat asked candidates to answer some questions. The following came from John Carroll, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate. There is one other candidate, Democrat Brian Schatz. Go to Civil Beat’s Elections Guide for general information,

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Honolulu Star-Advertiser Candidate Q&A: John Carroll Sticky

Full Name: John Stanley Carroll Name on Ballot: John S. Carroll Age: 86 Political Party: Republican Running For: U.S. Senate Email Address: johncarro001@gmail.com Current Job: Attorney Place of birth: Saint Mary’s, Kan. Campaign website: www.carroll4senate.com Job history past 10 years:

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Maui Time Candidate Q&A: U.S. Senate–John Carroll Sticky

John Carroll is a Honolulu Republican running for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Brian Schatz. A former state senator, Carroll previously ran in 2012 for the Senate seat then held by retiring Democrat Daniel Akaka, but lost in the Republican primary to former Governor Linda

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An Early Advocate for the Environment Sticky

(John with famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau) John Carroll was instrumental in some of Hawaii’s most effective anti-pollution legislation.  His love of the ocean made him an early advocate for protecting our vital ocean and beaches for future generations.

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The Carrolls, A Large Kama‘aina Family Sticky

John Carroll’s family has been a part of Hawaii for a long time, ever since he was recruited to play football for the University of Hawaii.  John has 6 children and 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

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Carroll Has Served With Honor Sticky

John Carroll has served his country with distinction.  John is a Korean War veteran and combat pilot.  He also continued to fly with the Hawaii Air National Guard for ten years, during his career as a commercial airline pilot.  

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October 21, 2016 REPUBLICAN U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE JOHN CARROLL ENDORSES KAUAI COUNTY CANDIDATES   HONOLULU—Republican U.S. Senate candidate John Carroll today announced officially his Kauai County candidate endorsements for this year’s election cycle. Carroll previously endorsed a few

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The Carroll Cox Show Podcast

October 2, 2016 This week Attorney Jan Weinberg sits in as host of The Carroll Cox Show,  with guests John S. Carroll, currently running for the U.S. Senate, and Makani Christensen, who ran against Brian Schatz for the U.S. Senate seat in the primary.   They discuss politics and what it takes

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September 15, 2016 Republican Senate Candidate Praises Governor Ige’s Food Pledge Decision Cites Schatz’s Ignorance About the Jones Act   HONOLULU—U.S. Senate candidate John Carroll praised Gov. David Ige Tuesday for setting a new target date for doubling Hawaii’s food

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September 9, 2016 John Carroll to Publicly Challenge Schatz on Jones Act Position Asserts The Incumbent’s Anti-Hawai’i Attitude is Hurting Hawai’i   U.S. Senate candidate John S. Carroll will announce his firm position on the Jones Act Saturday at a news conference

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September 8, 2016   U.S. Senate Candidate John Carroll Challenges Schatz on Jones Act Position   HONOLULU—U.S. Senate candidate and former Hawaii legislator John Carroll will host a press conference to explain the debilitating effects of the 1920 Jones Act on Hawaii’s economy and Senator

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The Carroll Cox Show Podcast

August 21, 2016 Carroll’s guests are attorneys Jan Weinberg and John Carroll, who is also running for the United States Senate.  John Carroll talks about the campaign issues he is concerned with.  Carroll and Jan Weinberg talk about the Department of Health, Hepatitis A, food inspections,

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August 19, 2016 Republican John Carroll Wins Primary Election for U.S. Senate Seat Will Face Incumbent Schatz in November   HONOLULU—Attorney John Carroll beat out three challengers Saturday, earning his spot on November’s General Election ballot as the Republican candidate for Hawai‘i’s

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