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District 41: Ewa Beach, Ewa Gentry, Ocean Pointe, Kalaʻeloa, part of Ko Olina.

God, Family, and Community.

Welcome to the official website of David Alcos, the Hawaii State House Representative for District 41. David Alcos is a dedicated public servant who prioritizes God, Family, and Community in all of his actions and decisions. As a lifelong resident of Hawaii, David has a deep appreciation for the people, culture, and natural beauty of his home state. He is committed to improving the lives of his constituents through legislation that promotes economic growth and environmental stewardship.


David's motto of God, Family, and Community guides his approach to public service. He believes that a strong faith, a loving family, and a supportive community are the building blocks of a healthy and prosperous society. His legislative priorities reflect these values, as he works to support families, protect the environment, and create economic opportunities for all. On this website, you can learn more about David's background, his legislative agenda, and his vision for a brighter future for Hawaii. You can also get involved in his campaign, volunteer your time and resources, and stay up-to-date on the latest news and events. Thank you for visiting, and we look forward to working with you to build a better Hawaii for all.



A Republican Political Figure

Aloha, My name is David Alcos but everyone calls me Braddah! I was born and raised in Ewa Beach; graduated from Campbell High School in 1987, started my own construction and contracting business in 1995, coached 6 years of high school football for JCHS, and now I'm the Hawaii State House Representative for District 41. Im a local Braddah who loves to cook, surf, fish, camp, and just enjoy and take advantage of what our beautiful 'Aina has blessed us with. We are so lucky to live in Hawaii and call it our home. My motto is "God, Family, and Community". I put God first in every thing I do and every decision I make. Having said that I promise to show you that "I live for the world to see nobody but Jesus".


II have submitted several bills during the thirty-second (2023-present) legislative session. These bills cover a range of issues, including healthcare, education, environmental protection, taxation, and public safety. Each of these bills have been researched and constructed to address a specific problem or need in our community that you, the people, have voiced concerns about. I am committed to working hard to ensure that they are passed into law. By advocating for these bills, I hope to make a positive impact on the lives of the people in our state and to help create a better future for all of us.

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If not now, then when? It is time for Change!



Homelessness is a significant issue in Hawaii that has persisted for years. In 2023, the problem has only worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, rising unemployment rates, and an increasing cost of living. According to a report by the Hawaii State Department of Human Services, approximately 6,500 people were experiencing homelessness in Hawaii in 2022. The issue is complex and multifaceted, stemming from a lack of affordable housing, mental illness, substance abuse, and limited access to healthcare services. The good news is that there are ways we can help fix this problem. One way is by supporting organizations that provide services such as affordable housing, healthcare, and employment opportunities to those in need. Volunteering, donating, and advocating for policies that address the root causes of homelessness can also make a significant impact. By coming together as a community and working towards a common goal, we can help to alleviate homelessness in Hawaii and create a brighter future for everyone.


Hawaii is a beautiful place to live, with stunning beaches, warm weather, and a vibrant culture. However, one issue that has plagued the state for many years is the high cost of living. In 2024, the cost of living in Hawaii remains among the highest in the United States, with factors such as high housing costs, expensive food prices, and high transportation costs contributing to the overall expense. The high cost of living has made it difficult for many Hawaii residents to make ends meet, with some struggling to afford basic necessities like housing and healthcare. Fortunately, there are ways to help fix this issue. One solution is to increase the availability of affordable housing options. This can be achieved through the development of more affordable housing units, the creation of housing subsidies, and the implementation of rent control policies. Additionally, increasing the availability of public transportation can help reduce transportation costs for residents. Encouraging the development of local agriculture can also help reduce the cost of food by promoting locally grown produce. By addressing these issues, Hawaii can work towards becoming a more affordable place to live for its residents.

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Contact Me Today!

415 South Beretania Street, Honolulu, Hawai'i 96813

(808) 586 - 6080

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