Randy Gonce in the News
Should commercial interests and economic growth be more important than natural capital and a sustainable future?Continue reading »
"This has been such a place of healing but also awakening of what I would like to do for the rest of my life, and that is making sure our environment and our people are taken care of for future generations"Continue reading »
Randy Gonce, a U.S. veteran and Hawaiʻi resident, travelled to Standing Rock in November along with thousands of other veterans to support the demonstrators against the pipeline.
“No amount of money is worth sacrificing our most essential resource. Because water is life,” said Gonce.Continue reading »
"As young, politically-engaged motivated people, we do not support the suffering of other people to try and further peace," said another protester, Randy Gonce. "Those two things don't coincide together.Continue reading »
On January 1st, Hawaii’s statewide minimum wage was raised to $10.10 per hour. Is that amount too high or not high enough? Our panel of local entrepreneurs and advocates makes the case for and against raising the minimum wage.Continue reading »
"He’s young — 28.
He’s a veteran — Air Force tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
He’s educated — a Hawaii Pacific University graduate student.
He’s experienced — a legislative committee clerk and policy researcher.
And he’s a Democrat — he serves on the party’s State Central Committee.
On paper, Randy Gonce sure looks to be a promising future candidate for political office."Continue reading »
"Randy Gonce, 27, was one of several Good Samaritans who rushed to help a family of four out of their SUV after the terrifying experience."Continue reading »