Calvin Say

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Calvin Say
Member of the Hawaii House of Representatives
from the 20th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 1977
Personal details
Born (1952-02-01) February 1, 1952 (age 62)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Cora Kotake
Profession businessman
Religion Christian/Buddhist

Calvin K.Y. Say (born February 1, 1952) is a Democratic member of the Hawaii State House of Representatives, representing the 20th District since 1977. He served as Speaker of the House for 13 years until 2013, when he was replaced by Joseph M. Souki (who was himself a former Speaker). He attended Saint Louis High School and received a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Business: President, Kotake Shokai, Ltd. Secretary, Tokyo Bento Nichiyo

Politics: President, National Speaker's Conference; Executive Committee (1999–present) State Legislative Leaders Foundation Board of Directors (2003–present) Speaker of the House of Representatives (1999–present) Chairman, House Committee on Finance and Vice-Chairman, Legislative Management Committee (1993–1998) Vice-Chairman, House Committee on Finance and Vice-Chairman, Legislative Management Committee (1991–1992) Vice-Chairman, House Committee on Agriculture and Member, House Committee on Finance (1989–1990) Vice-Chairman, House Committee on Higher Education and Vice-Chairman, House Committee on Agriculture (1987–1988) Chairman, House Committee on Water, Land Use, Development and Hawaiian Affairs; and Vice-Chairman, House Committee on Education (1983–1986) Chairman, House Committee on Tourism (1981–1982) Chairman, House Committee on Culture and Arts (1977–1980) Elected to State House of Representatives, (1976)

Community Involvement: City Bank Board of Directors; Governor's Committee Commemorating the Chinese Bicentennial; Hong Kong Business Association; Kaimuki Professional and Business Association; Pacific Rim Foundation, Board of Directors; Palolo Community Council; Palolo Lions Club; Saint Louis Heights Community Association; Kaimuki Neighborhood Board #4; Diamond Head/Kapahulu/Saint Louis Heights Neighborhood Board #5; Palolo Neighborhood Board #6 Member of the Democratic party.

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