Campbell "Cam" Cavasso (born October 14, 1950), is an American politician, businessman and perennial candidate. A Republican, Cavasso served three terms in the Hawaii House of Representatives from 1985 to 1991, and would later run for both chambers of the United States Congress in 2004, 2010, 2014, and 2018. Born in San Francisco, Cavasso moved with his family to Oahu at a young age. He graduated from University of Colorado Boulder after serving in ROTC, and also spent five years in the United States Army, rising to the rank of captain. Cavasso entered politics in the 1980s, first winning election to the state House of Representatives from District 20 (encompassing parts of Oahu) in 1984. He won re-election twice, and served until 1991. After leaving the state legislature, Cavasso worked as a financial advisor and entrepreneur. He made a bid for the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor in 2002, but he placed third in the primary with just under 14 percent of the vote. Cavasso has run for the United States Senate three times and the United States House of Representatives once. In 2004, he challenged seven-term Democratic Senator Daniel Inouye, securing the Republican nomination but losing the general election with 21 percent of the vote.
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