Dear Friends,

I am running for State Representative in District 36 and will be hoping for your support. As many of you know, my knowledge of the District, Central Oahu and the State of Hawaii has been increased by my years of experience in the Legislature, the community and family life in Hawaii.

As a resident of Mililani for over 38 years, I raised my four children here, participated in the governance of our public schools, worked in our local community as a registered nurse, served as your legislator, and brought many improvements to our schools and roads.

My many community activities have brought you and your families closer to me, and I really understand the struggles of both our young families and our kupuna. I will be walking door to door, and am also available for office hours in Mililani where we can meet to discuss your issues of concern. Contact me at 808 542-4438 or for an appointment.

My web site will not be flashy, but will reflect my sincere concern for our community and my confidence in my ability to serve you well.

Mahalo and Aloha,


Kukui Connection

Kukui Connection, hosted by Marilyn Lee, is a weekly show that explores legislative issues, community issues and issues of culture and the arts.  Watch it the first Thursday of each month at 8:30pm, and the first and second Saturdays of each month at 3:30pm, on 'Olelo Channel 54. View earlier episodes.


Episode 98: Nicole Woo of Hawaii Appleseed Center, 11/4/2017

Episode 97: Master Puppeteer Koryu Nishikawa V, 10/7/2017


Community activities

 Holding signs on Meheula Parkway to discourage speeding

Holding signs on Meheula Parkway to discourage speeding

 Coffee hour with community members

Coffee hour with community members

Marilyn Is...

 with grandson Vaughn
  • Navy Veteran

  • Registered Professional Nurse

  • Community Supporter

  • Education Advocate

  • International Fellow/Scholar

  • Family is everything



YWCA of Oahu Honors Marilyn Lee

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