State Representative Natalia is seeking re-election to Hawaii's 50th House District, where she has already made a significant impact in a short amount of time. Throughout her tenure, Rep. Hussey-Burdick has been a strong advocate for government transparency and accountability, particularly in the complex Budget process, which has often been needlessly chaotic and convoluted.
In addition to her work on government reform, Rep. Hussey-Burdick has been a vocal champion for reproductive rights and correctional justice reform. Her dedication to these issues has helped drive meaningful change and ensure that all individuals have access to the rights and support they need.
During her time in office, Rep. Hussey-Burdick also served as Vice Chair of the House Tourism Committee. In this role, she played a vital part in addressing the negative impacts of overtourism on Hawaii's residential communities and delicate island ecosystem. Her efforts have been instrumental in finding sustainable solutions that balance the needs of the tourism industry with the preservation of Hawaii's unique environment and way of life.
Furthermore, Rep. Hussey-Burdick's commitment to addressing the effects of climate change led to her involvement in the House Wildfire Prevention Working Group. In the aftermath of devastating wildfires on Maui, she contributed to a progressive report that recognized the link between climate change and the increasing frequency and severity of wildfires. The report also proposed innovative solutions, including disincentivizing land banking for large landowners who neglect proper land management.
With the support of constituents, Rep. Hussey-Burdick aims to continue her important work in the legislature and build upon her previous achievements. Her dedication and vision for a better future make her an excellent choice for re-election. Join the #RepNHB campaign and help bring about larger and more impactful changes next year.