HONOLULU (April 22, 2014) – The Hawaii State Chiropractic Association (HSCA), which represents the chiropractic profession throughout Hawaii, has endorsed Mark Takai for Congress.
“The Hawaii State Chiropractic Association has endorsed Mark Takai because we believe he is the future of Hawaii. With his extensive experience in the State Legislature, he will bring knowledge and political astuteness to Congress. His deep and abiding interest in serving all the people of Hawaii will be the asset we need to represent us for years to come,” said Dr. Gary Saito, HSCA President of the Board of Directors.
“Mark Takai is the best candidate in the Congressional District 1 race in this election,” Saito added.
The Hawaii State Chiropractic Association represents 285 practicing chiropractors statewide. It serves the needs of all chiropractic doctors, their patients, and the medical community, and works closely with the American Chiropractic Association and the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations.
“I am extremely appreciative and thankful to the Hawaii chiropractors for their endorsement and support,” Takai said.
“The chiropractic profession fills an important role ensuring and maintaining the health and wellness of the people of Hawaii,” Takai added.
Takai continues to build an unprecedented coalition of support – teachers, veterans, and building trade groups – in his bid to become the newest member of Hawaii’s congressional delegation. In addition to the Equality Hawaii Action Fund, Takai is endorsed by VoteVets, Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth, the Hawaii State Teacher’s Association (HSTA), National Education Association (NEA), Ironworkers Union-International, Hawaii Ironworkers Union-Local 625, American Postal Workers Union (APWU)-International, Hawaii APWU, United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW)-International, UFCW-Local 480, International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots, American Optometric Association, Hawaii State Chiropractic Association, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Boilermakers-Local 627, and Equality Hawaii.