Robert Charles "Bob" Hogue, a member of the Republican Party, represents the 24th Representative District in the Hawaii State Senate of the Hawaii State Legislature. The 24th House District includes the Kaneohe, Kaneohe MCAB, Kailua and Enchanted Lake areas of the island of Oahu, in the state of Hawaii.
A U.S. Senate candidate in the 2006 primary, Hogue won against challenger Quentin Kuhio Kawananakoa, but he lost the general election to Mazie Hirono.
Hogue has a poor environmental voting record (see Sierra Club Scorecard below). During the 2005 legislative session, Hogue, along with all the other republican senators, voted against bills that would prohibit Hawaii's landlords and employers from discriminating against gays, lesbians or transsexuals.
Member of the following Senate committees:
- Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Housing
- Education and Military Affairs
- Media, Arts, Science, and Technology
Hawaii State Capitol, Room 204 415 South Beretania Street Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone: 808-587-7215 Fax: 808-587-7220 E-mail: senhogue@Capitol.hawaii.gov
- Bob Hogue (Hawaii State Legislature)
- Sierra Club 2003-2004 Legislative Environmental Scorecard - Bob Hogue 38% (Sierra Club of Hawaii)
- 2001-2002 Legislative Environmental Scorecard - Bob Hogue 50% (Sierra Club of Hawaii)
- Antone, Rod. Reporters go from limelight to political spotlight -- 5 former television journalists are headed for the Nov. 5 election Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 10-21-02.
- Godvin, Tara. Senate bills ban anti-gay bias -- BYU-Hawaii wins exemption from a measure prohibiting discrimination in work and housing Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 4-5-05.
- Borreca, Richard. Hogue to announce run for Case's seat Honolulu Star-Bulletin, March 15, 2006.
- White, Doug. Hogue enters GOP primary for U.S. House vacancy Poinography, April 16, 2006.
- Brannon, Johnny. Hogue playing up the positive Honolulu Advertiser, September 11, 2006.
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