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The Hawai i State Senate is the upper chamber of the Hawai i State Legislature which governs from Honolulu, Hawai imarker, USAmarker. There are twenty-five members from various electoral districts. It is led by the President of the Senate elected from the membership of the Senate, currently Colleen Hanabusa. The forerunner of the Hawai i State Senate during the government of the Kingdom of Hawai i was the House of Nobles. Senators are elected to four-year terms and are not subject to term limits. Like in most state legislatures in the United States, the Hawaii State Senate is a part-time body and senators often have active careers outside of government. The lower chamber of the legislature is the Hawai i House of Representatives. The membership of the Senate also elects additional officers to include the Senate Vice President, Senate Chief Clerk, Assistant Chief Clerk, Senate Sergeant at Arms and Assistant Sergeant at Arms.

Composition

The Democrats hold a supermajority in the Hawaii Senate, and is tied with the Rhode Island House of Representatives for the largest share in a single state legislative chamber in the United States.
Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican Vacant
End of previous legislature 20 5 25 0
Begin 23 2 25 0
Latest voting share 92% 8%


Leadership

Position Name Party District
President of the Senate Colleen Hanabusa Democratic 21
Majority Leader Gary Hooser Democratic 7
Minority Leader Fred Hemmings Republican 25


Officers

Position Name
Chief Clerk Carol T. Taniguchi
Assistant Chief Clerk Laurel Johnston
Sergeant at Arms Bienvenido C. Villaflor
Assistant Sergeant at Arms Jayson M. Watts


List of current members

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! District !! Name !! Party !! Location
|-
| 1 || Dwight Takamine || Dem || Hilo, Honoka'a, Laupahoehoe, Hamakua, Waiakea Uka, Keaukaha, Waimea
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| 2 || Russell S. Kokubun || Dem || Waiakea Uka, Kalapana, Volcano, Kahuku
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| 3 || Josh Green || Dem || North and South Kohala, North and South Kona
|-
| 4 || Shan Tsutsui || Dem || Wailuku, Waihe'e, Kahului, Pa'ia, Lower Pa'ia
|-
| 5 || Rosalyn Baker || Dem || South and West Maui, Kapalua, Ka'anapali, Lahaina, Ma'alaea, Kihei, Wailea, Makena
|-
| 6 || J. Kalani English || Dem || Hana, East and Upcountry Maui, Moloka'i, Lana'i and Kaho'olawe
|-
| 7 || Gary Hooser || Dem || Kaua'i, Ni'ihau
|-
| 8 || Sam Slom || Rep || Hawai'i Kai, 'Aina Haina, Kahala, Diamond Head
|-
| 9 || Les Ihara, Jr. || Dem || Palolo, St. Louis Heights, Maunalani Heights, Kaimuki, Kapahulu, West Diamond Head, Waikiki Gold Coast
|-
| 10 || Brian Taniguchi || Dem || Manoa, Mo'ili'ili, McCully, Makiki
|-
| 11 || Carol Fukunaga || Dem || Makiki/Punchbowl, Ala Moana, McCully
|-
| 12 || Brickwood Galuteria || Dem || Iwilei, Chinatown, Downtown, Kaka'ako, Ala Moana, Waikiki
|-
| 13 || Suzanne Chun Oakland || Dem || Sand Island, Kalihi, Liliha, Nu'uanu, Pauoa, Pu'unui
|-
| 14 || Donna Mercado Kim || Dem || Moanalua, 'Aiea, Fort Shafter, Kalihi Valley, Halawa Valley
|-
| 15 || Norman Sakamoto || Dem || Kalihi, Moanalua Gardens, Salt Lake, Aliamanu, Foster Village, Hickam, Pearl Harbor, Pearl Ridge, 'Aiea
|-
| 16 || David Ige || Dem || Pacific Palisades, Pearl City, Waimalu, Upper 'Aiea, 'Aiea Heights
|-
| 17 || Michelle Kidani || Dem || Mililani, Mililani Mauka, Waipi'o
|-
| 18 || Clarence K. Nishihara || Dem || Waipahu, Pearl City, Crestview
|-
| 19 || Mike Gabbard || Dem || Waikele, Village Park, Royal Kunia, Makakilo, Kapolei, Kalaeloa, Honokai Hale, Portions of Waipahu and Ko 'Olina
|-
| 20 || Will Espero || Dem || 'Ewa Beach, 'Ewa by Gentry, Ocean Pointe, 'Ewa Villages, West Loch, Honouliuli, Lower Waipahu
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| 21 || Colleen Hanabusa || Dem || Ko 'Olina, Kahe Point, Nanakuli, Ma'ili, Wai'anae, Makaha, Makua, Ka'ena Point
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| 22 || Robert Bunda || Dem || Mililani Mauka, Wahiawa, Hale'iwa, Mokule'ia, North Shore
|-
| 23 || Clayton Hee || Dem || Kahuku, La'ie, Ka'a'awa, Kane'ohe
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| 24 || Jill N. Tokuda || Dem || Kane'ohe, Kane'ohe MCAB, Kailua, Enchanted Lake
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| 25 || Fred Hemmings || Rep || Kailua, Lanikai, Waimanalo, Hawai'i Kai


Capitol

The Hawai i State Senate has been meeting at the Hawai i State Capitolmarker in downtown Honolulu since March 15, 1969. Previous to the decision of Governor John A. Burns to build the new Capitol building, the Hawai i State Senate met in Iolani Palacemarker.

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