Ron Agor has been the chairman of the Kaua'i Republican Party since 2002. Agor is also a member of the Hawaii State Board of Land and Natural Resources. Agor is a candidate for Rep. Ezra Kanoho's House District 15 seat, (Lihu'e-Koloa), in the 2006 elections. Rep. Kanoho is planning to retire after the 2006 session of the Hawaii State Legislature.
In The Garden Island newspaper article entitled, Agor steps out of the shadows to run and dated March 26, 2006, reporter Lester Chang wrote the following:
Agor said he feels he has the credentials to be a successful state legislator for Kaua'i.
Agor has been an architect for 20 years and is owner of Agor Architecture. He will be going into semi-retirement in April to run his campaign.
As chairman of the Kaua'i Republican Party, he helped get Mayor Bryan Baptiste elected in 2002 and campaigned aggressively to help Lingle become the first Republican governor in Hawai'i in 40 years.
If elected, he said he will give up his post as the party chairman.
Agor serves as the Kaua'i representative with the Board of Land and Natural Resources, but if elected, he will relinquish that post. He is serving his third year with the board. 
- Chang, Lester. Republicans proud of key seats, deeds Kauai Garden Island News, March 5, 2006.