Senator Stanley Chang represents East Honolulu, Diamond Head to Hawaii Kai, in the Hawaii State Senate. A lifelong resident of Waialae-Kahala, Stanley attended Wai-Kahala Preschool, Kahala Elementary School, and Iolani School before attending college and law school at Harvard University. He practiced law at Cades Schutte in Honolulu, specializing in real estate law. In 2010, Stanley was elected as the youngest member of the Honolulu City Council, where he chaired the Committee on Public Works and Sustainability and vice chaired the Committee on Budget. On the City Council, he spearheaded a record setting road maintenance program for Honolulu. In 2016, Stanley was elected to the State Senate as its youngest member, defeating the only Republican member and making the Hawaii Senate the only legislative chamber in the United States without a minority party since 1983. As chair of the Committee on Housing, Stanley has pursued an innovative public housing program to solve Hawaii’s decades-long affordable housing shortage.