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Voters at Hilo High School Cafeteria Tuesday (Nov 4) to cast their ballots in the General Election. Things appeared to be going smoothly in the early morning opening hour. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Election 2014: Ige is Hawaii’s next governor

Returns are in and David Ige will be Hawaii’s next Governor. The Democrat swept aside Republican challenger and former Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona.

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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

Election 2014: Early walk-in voting ends Saturday

MEDIA RELEASE The 2014 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 and the Office of Elections and County Clerks of Hawaii would like to share a few Election Day tips and reminders for Hawaii voters. Election Day Reminders: · Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Anyone in line at 6 p.m. will […]

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State Supreme Court dismisses election lawsuit

Hawaii 24/7 Staff The state Supreme Court has dismissed a legal challenge filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii over the Primary Election. In its ruling issued Thursday, the court found it did not have statutory or constitutional jurisdiction or authority to grant the relief sought by ACLU. According to the lawsuit, six […]

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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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Ruderman concern over Puna election

The following is an open letter from Sen. Russell Ruderman: I wish to express my concern for the people of Puna and my dismay at the seemingly dismissive attitude displayed by election officials concerning the primary elections in the Puna District. Due to the damage caused by Hurricane Iselle on Friday, August 8, election officials […]

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Election Friday for two Puna polling places

MEDIA RELEASE Chief Election Officer Scott Nago, in consultation with the State Attorney General, Department of Defense and the Office of the County Clerk, announced Monday that an election will be held on Friday, August 15th at Keonepoko Elementary School for the two polling places whose election was postponed due to Hurricane Iselle. Only voters […]

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Iselle: Updates for Aug. 11

Hawaiian Electric Company sends trucks, poles and crews from Oahu to beef-up Big Island efforts to restore power to areas affected by Tropical Storm Iselle.

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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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Iselle: Restoring power and delayed election (Aug. 8)

More than 15,000 residents without electricity at dusk Friday; repairs could take days

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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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