Aloha neighbors!

My name is Shirley Templo and I am deeply passionate about empowering people, enriching lives, and building a better future for us all. As a second-generation Filipino American born and raised in Kalihi, I have humble roots that shaped me with values represented by our local culture.

Having spent nearly a decade of my life in government and public service in City and State Government and also various non-profit organizations, I have the wisdom and experience to become your next State Representative. We need to work together to ensure the betterment of the people of Hawai’i especially considering our kupuna, keiki, and working ohana’s. This upcoming primary election, I humbly ask for your vote and support.

Mahalo, Shirley Templo




Hickam Village

Strengthening Bonds Through Active Community Engagement

It’s all about kuleana (taking responsibility) and kokua (taking action to help). I have dedicated my life to public service because it is my passion and was instilled in me. 
House District 30 Council, Chair

Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi

Congratulations to all District Councils especially District 30 for our unwavering commitment to make our neighborhoods and communities a better place.
Board Member

Neighborhood Board No. 15

I am deeply committed to serving our community and working tirelessly to make positive contributions to our organization. Together, we have the opportunity to achieve great things and make a meaningful impact.
Legislative Representative

St. Anthony Church (Kalihi)
Filipino Catholic Club

Stewardship is active discipleship, extending beyond clichés. Through giving, praying, and serving, we embody faith and trust in God’s provision while nurturing connections with our community. Let’s live as faithful stewards together.

Oahu Filipino Catholic Club

In the Church, distinct from consecrated life and apostolic societies, are associations where clerics and laity work together for spiritual growth, public worship, evangelization, and charitable initiatives. Joining associations approved by ecclesiastical authority is encouraged for the faithful.

Farrington High School
School Community Council

School Community Councils were established “to provide a mechanism whereby parents, the community and other key stakeholders can have a substantially increased voice in the affairs of their local schools, with a clear and concrete enunciation of powers and responsibilities, and how these are shared with those of the principal.”

Farrington Alumni and
Community Foundation

Once a Gov, ALWAYS a Gov!
Founded in 1975, the Farrington Alumni and Community Foundation (FACF) began with seven graduates aiming to provide scholarships. Now Hawaii’s largest public school alumni group, FACF supports Farrington High School with thousands annually, embodying its motto of service.
Shirley Templo
We need to put people first! As a public servant, I am dedicated in representing your best interests.

Follow Shirley to Shape a Brighter Future, Together!

Stay informed about Shirley’s campaign for House Representative District 30. Together, we’ll work to address community needs, advocate for positive change, and build a better future for all. Follow for updates, insights, and opportunities to get involved in shaping policies that matter to you and our community.
Your voice matters!

Serve, Engage, and Transform

Whether you reside in House District 30, Honolulu, or anywhere nationwide, jump in and join our movement to shape a progressive future.

Empower Change

Whether you reside in House District 30, Honolulu, or anywhere nationwide, jump in and join our movement to shape a progressive future.

Embracing All

Inclusive volunteering builds a stronger community.  Regardless of your political experience, age, or abilities — there’s a place for you on Team Templo!