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House District 41
Portion of ‘Ewa Beach, Ocean Pointe, Barbers Point
Room: 324
Phone: 808-586-6080
Fax: 808-586-6081
[email protected]
David Alcos is a local politician for the Hawaii State House of Representatives District 41. His motto is God, Family, and Community. He was born and raised in Ewa Beach and is an alumni from Ewa Elementary, Ilima Intermediate, and James Campbell High School. He has dedicated his career to serving the people of Hawaii and his community by working to improve their quality of life.

Alcos has a strong background in community service, having worked as a community organizer and advocate for affordable housing, environmental protection, and social justice. He was elected to the Hawaii State House of Representatives in 2022, and he is committed to using his position to make a positive impact on the lives of his constituents.

One of Alcos' top priorities is to increase access to affordable housing for the people of Hawaii. He recognizes that the high cost of living in Hawaii makes it difficult for many families to afford decent housing, and he is working to find solutions to this problem. He has supported legislation to increase funding for affordable housing programs, and he has worked to create incentives for developers to build more affordable homes.

In addition to his work on affordable housing, Alcos is also committed to protecting the environment and promoting sustainable practices. He has advocated for stronger protections for Hawaii's natural resources and has supported measures to reduce Hawaii's dependence on fossil fuels. He believes that by promoting clean energy and conservation, Hawaii can become a leader in sustainable living and set an example for the rest of the world.

Overall, David Alcos is a dedicated public servant who is working to make Hawaii a better place to live for all its residents. He is committed to addressing the state's most pressing challenges, including the high cost of living, the need for affordable housing, and the need to protect the environment. As a member of the Hawaii State House of Representatives, he has the power to make a real difference in the lives of his constituents, and he is using that power to fight for the common good.
- Campbell High School Football Coach for 6+ years
- Buisness Owner for 25+ years
- He has his own General Contracting Company: Design Works HI
- real estate investor
- great cook
- Involved with the Church (New Hope) for 30+ YEARS

 Measures Introduced in 2024
Measure and Title
HB288
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB289
RELATING TO SCHOOLS.
HB290
RELATING TO SCHOOLS.
HB291
RELATING TO CERTIFICATES OF BIRTH.
HB511
RELATED TO THE SMALL BUSINESS REGULATORY REVIEW BOARD.
HB512
RELATING TO GRANTS FOR ENTREPRENEURS.
HB623
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX EXEMPTIONS.
HB624
RELATING TO INCOME TAX REDUCTION.
HB625
RELATING TO THE GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB626
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO ESTABLISH LEGISLATIVE TERM LIMITS.
HB627
RELATING TO GOVERNMENT REFORM.
HB628
RELATING TO ELECTION INTEGRITY.
HB629
RELATING TO ACCESS TO TREATMENT FOR TERMINALLY ILL PATIENTS.
HB630
PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII RELATING TO PUBLIC EDUCATION.
HB631
RELATING TO OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING REFORM TASK FORCE.
HB632
RELATING TO LEASES.
HB633
RELATING TO CREATING A LOCAL HOUSING MARKET.
HB634
RELATING TO THE INDIVIDUAL HOUSING ACCOUNT PROGRAM.
HB635
RELATING TO THEFT OF PROPERTY.
HB636
RELATING TO USE OF FORCE IN SELF-PROTECTION.
HB637
RELATING TO MANDATORY PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION AFTER ARREST.
HB927
RELATING TO ENERGY.
HB928
RELATING TO PUBLIC LAND TRUST REVENUES.
HB929
RELATING TO REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
HB930
RELATING TO TRAFFIC.
HB1206 HD2
RELATING TO A STATE PERMITTING OFFICE.
HB1207
RELATING TO INCOME TAX REDUCTION.
HB1208
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR SCHOOLS IN THE FORTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
HB1209
RELATING TO PUBLIC ORDER.
HB1210
RELATING TO ALTERNATIVE SPORTS LEAGUES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.
HB1227
RELATING TO THE PUBLIC TRUST LANDS.
HB1399
PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION RELATING TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
HB1433
RELATING TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CRISIS STABILIZATION BEDS.
HB1434
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN CULTURE.
HB1435
RELATING TO THE EWA BEACH PUBLIC AND SCHOOL LIBRARY.
HB1436
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1437 HD1
RELATING TO CRIME.
HB1699
RELATING TO GENERAL EXCISE TAX.
HB1700
RELATING TO INCOME TAX.
HB1701
RELATING TO THE INDIVIDUAL HOUSING ACCOUNT PROGRAM.
HB1702
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1703
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE III, SECTION 4, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO ESTABLISH TERM LIMITS FOR LEGISLATORS.
HB1704
RELATING TO ELECTION INTEGRITY.
HB1705
RELATING TO EMERGENCY POWERS.
HB1706
RELATING TO GOVERNMENT TRANSPARENCY.
HB1707
RELATING TO INCOME TAX CREDITS.
HB1708
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB1709
RELATING TO OFFICE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
HB1710
RELATING TO LEASES.
HB1711
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB1712
RELATING TO PUBLIC LAND TRUST REVENUES.
HB1713
RELATING TO FAMILY LEAVE.
HB1714
PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE X, SECTION 2 AND ARTICLE XVIII, SECTION 12, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO ESTABLISH LOCAL ELECTED SCHOOL BOARDS.
HB1715
RELATING TO PARENTAL RIGHTS.
HB1716
RELATING TO THEFT.
HB1717
RELATING TO USE OF FORCE IN SELF-PROTECTION.
HB1718
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB1720
RELATING TO MEDICAL SERVICES FOR FIREFIGHTERS.
HB1721
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES.
HB1722
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1723
PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES II, III, AND XVII OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO PROVIDE FOR INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, AND RECALL.
HB1724
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1725
RELATING TO MEDICAL LIABILITY.
HB1726
RELATING TO MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS.
HB1727
RELATING TO GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN SEXUALITY HEALTH EDUCATION CURRICULUM.
HB1728
RELATING TO CONDOMINIUM INSURANCE.
HB1729
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1730
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB1731
RELATING TO HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS.
HB1732
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB1733
RELATING TO REGISTERED VOTERS.
HB1734
RELATING TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE.
HB1735 HD1
RELATING TO OFFENDER REENTRY PROGRAMS.
HB1736
RELATING TO MAUI WILDFIRE VICTIMS.
HB1739
RELATING TO PRODUCT LABELING.
HB1740
RELATING TO SEX-SPECIFIC STUDENT ATHLETIC TEAMS.
HB1741
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION TO ALLOW CONSTRUCTION OF A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT OR DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL IN THE STATE WITHOUT PRIOR LEGISLATIVE APPROVAL.
HB1744
PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTION TO CLARIFY LEGISLATIVE VOTING PROCEDURES.
HB1746
RELATING TO HOME-SCHOOLED CHILDREN.
HB1749
RELATING TO ELECTIONS.
HB1750
RELATING TO RANKED CHOICE VOTING.
HB1751
RELATING TO TRANSPARENCY OF ELECTIONS.
HB1752
RELATING TO ELECTION INTEGRITY.
HB1753
RELATING TO MANDATORY RECOUNT OF VOTES.
HB1754
RELATING TO ELECTION BALLOTS.
HB1836 HD2
RELATING TO HEALTH.
HB1837 HD1
RELATING TO SCHOOL SAFETY.
HB1838 HD2
RELATING TO ZONING.
HB1840 HD2
RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT.
HB1841 HD2
RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
HB1842 HD1
RELATING TO FIRE PREVENTION.
HB1843 HD2
RELATING TO FIRE PROTECTION.
HB1844 HD1
RELATING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.
HB2109
RELATED TO CARE HOMES.
HB2110
RELATING TO SOCIAL SERVICES.
HB2333
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2540
RELATING TO THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.
HB2576
RELATING TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FOR SCHOOLS IN THE FORTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.
HB2584
RELATING TO EQUITY.
HB2587
RELATING TO INCOME TAX.
HB2592
RELATING TO GRAFFITI.
HB2601
RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
HB2602
RELATING TO TEACHER RETENTION.
HB2603
RELATING TO FAMILY COURT.
HB2604
RELATING TO SCHOOL SAFETY.
HB2690 HD2
RELATING TO WATER.
HB2691
RELATING TO THE RED HILL REMEDIATION AUTHORITY.
HB2726
RELATING TO THE RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD-TENANT CODE.
HB2730
RELATING TO BULLYING.
HB2731
RELATING TO SEX-BASED ATHLETIC COMPETITIONS IN SCHOOLS.
HB2732
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB2733
RELATING TO INCOME TAX.
HB2734
RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB2749
RELATING TO CHILD PROTECTION.
HB2787 HD2
RELATING TO THE INDIVIDUAL HOUSING ACCOUNT PROGRAM.
HB2788
RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH.
HB2789
RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB2790 HD1
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HB2791
RELATING TO HOUSING.
HCR3
URGING EACH COUNTY TO ESTABLISH AN EMERGENCY ZONING CODE FOR POST-DISASTER USE.
HCR4
REQUESTING HAWAII'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION TO AMEND THE WILDLAND FIRE PROTECTION AGREEMENT TO ALLOW HAWAII TO JOIN AS A MEMBER.