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Revisiting Hawaii’s Primary Election Luncheon Panel Friday (Oct 10)

Could Puna voters have changed the outcome of the election? Should media have called Senator Brian Schatz the winner on Election Day despite the delay of Puna voters?

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A polling site at Hawaiian Paradise Park's community center on primary election day Saturday (Aug 11). Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Voter registration deadline is Monday, October 6, 2014

The Office of Elections and County Clerks of Hawaii remind individuals that the last day to register to vote in the general election is Monday, October 6, 2014. Currently, the State of Hawaii has more than 707,000 registered voters. To be eligible to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Hawaii and […]

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Election challenged in Hawaii Supreme Court

MEDIA RELEASE A lawsuit filed Thursday, Aug. 21 by Pahoa residents and the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii Foundation asks the State Supreme Court to allow any registered voter affected by Tropical Storm Iselle to cast a vote that will be included in the August 2014 primary results. The lawsuit also asks the Court […]

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Democrats concern over Puna election

Mr. Scott Nago State of Hawaii Office of Elections Honolulu, Hawaii Aloha, I write this letter on behalf of the Hawaii County Democrats who are involved In both the recovery of the affected area and the election process. We thank you for all you are trying to do to conduct a fair and transparent election […]

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Senator Brian Schatz flashes a shaka sign to passing motorists near Keonepoko Elementary School where two Puna precincts held their delayed primary election polls. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Schatz wins Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate seat

Hanohano ousted by SanBuenaventura; Ilagan retains council seat

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The polling place at Pahoa Community Center for the primary election Saturday, August 9, 2014. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Shuttles available for Keonepoko polling place (Aug. 15)

MEDIA RELEASE The election scheduled Friday, Aug. 15 for the two polling places that were postponed due to Hurricane Iselle is set to continue. Only voters who are assigned to Hawaiian Paradise Community Center (04-01) and Keonepoko Elementary School (04-02), who did not previously vote by absentee mail ballot or at an early vote site […]

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Abercrombie makes state history; two precincts in Pahoa may decide U.S. Senate primary; council races unsettled

Primary Election 2014: One Wild Night

Abercrombie makes state history; two precincts in Pahoa may decide U.S. Senate primary; council races unsettled

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Election 2014: Abercrombie’s plan for next four years and beyond

MEDIA RELEASE At a news conference Wednesday at his Oahu campaign headquarters, Gov. Neil Abercrombie unveiled his plan for the next four years in the form of a 56-­page policy document titled “Charting Tomorrow.” The comprehensive plan describes the foundation laid in the first four years and the vision for the state’s economy and fiscal […]

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Election 2014: Ige unveils action plan

MEDIA RELEASE Leading Democratic gubernatorial candidate State Sen. David Ige has released his action plan “Engineering Hawaii’s Future” for the state if elected the next governor of Hawaii. Ige lays out his agenda on issues including tourism, technology, environment, energy, agriculture, homelessness and open government. “I have waited until now to release my full action […]

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Governor Abercrombie and Senator Ige face off in Waimea forum

Video from the live stream broadcast from Waimea

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Hawaii 24/7 to live stream Waimea governor forum (July 23)

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Hawaii 24/7 will live stream the candidate forum Wednesday evening from Waimea. It is the island’s last governor candidate forum before walk in voting starts Monday, July 28. Forum starts 5:15 p.m Wednesday, July 23 at Waimea School Cafeteria. It will conclude at 7 p.m. Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Sen. David Ige […]

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The polling place in Pahoa opened right on time on General Election Day Tuesday (Nov 6). Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Upcoming candidate forums

MEDIA RELEASE Elections for many of Hawaii’s federal, state and county offices will take place this year, including a Special Election for the office of one of Hawaii’s U.S. Senators. The Primary Election is Saturday, Aug. 9 and the General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Some of the races may be decided in the Primary […]

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