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Mizuguchi, Matayoshi, Casamina to chair Schatz’s Senate campaign

Norman Mizuguchi, the former President of the Hawai‘i State Senate, Mary Matayoshi, a lifelong educator who blazed trails in continuing education and volunteerism, and Roland Casamina, a businessman with a distinguished record of giving back to the community, will serve as Co-Chairs for Senator Brian Schatz’s campaign.

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Governor’s statement regarding state elections

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Neil Abercrombie issued the following statement regarding elections in the wake of the 2012 General Election, which resulted in significant long lines when several polling places on Oahu ran out of paper ballots. The governor’s office does not have authority in overseeing the Office of Elections, but Abercrombie is compelled to advocate […]

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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

The general election voter registration deadline is Monday (Oct 8)

The Office of Elections and the city/county clerks remind the public that the last day for new voters to register to vote in the general election is Monday, October 8, 2012. Completed voter registration forms must be turned in to the appropriate city/county clerk by 4:30 p.m. Applicants who choose to mail their voter registration […]

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Hawaii County Prosecutor Candidate Forum at UH-Hilo

Hawaii County Prosecutor candidate forum at the University of Hawaii at Hilo media symposium.

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Hawaii County Mayoral Forum at UH-Hilo

Hawaii County Mayoral Forum at the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s media symposium.

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The Hawaiʻi Police Department has initiated an investigation into an allegation of Voter Fraud on Hawaiʻi Island.

The investigation was launched based on information provided by the Hawaiʻi County Office of Elections involving elections conducted in 2010.

Police investigate voter fraud allegation in 2010 elections

The Hawaiʻi Police Department has initiated an investigation into an allegation of Voter Fraud on Hawaiʻi Island. The investigation was launched based on information provided by the Hawaiʻi County Office of Elections involving elections conducted in 2010.

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Candidates forum to be held in Waimea Thursday (June 7)

11 North Hawai’i Community Groups To Co-Host Candidate Forum This Thursday, June 7 With Major Candidates In U.S. House & Council Districts 1 & 9 Races. Everyone is invited to participate in what will be a “speed dating” format, which gives small clusters of voters an opportunity to talk-story with each individual candidate.

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2012 Republican Presidential Caucus Tuesday (March 13)

For the first time in history, grassroots Hawaii Republican voters, on March 13, 2012, will be voting on their choice of Republican Presidential nominees. March 13 may be your best chance to participate in picking the next President of the United States.

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Dru Kanuha announces candidacy for County Council District 7

Lifetime Hawaii Island resident Dru Mamo Kanuha has announced he will run for the newly-created County Council District 7, representing downtown Kailua Village and the Kona area from roughly Kainaliu north to Kona’s Old Airport.

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Yagong announces mayoral candidacy

Surrounded by his family in their Honokaa home County Council Chairman Dominic Yagong announces the start of his campaign to become Hawaii County mayor

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Marx announces candidacy for Congressional seat

Marx announces candidacy for Congressional seat

MEDIA RELEASE One of East Hawaii’s premier attorneys and middle class advocate, Bob Marx, has announced his candidacy for Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional district. “Preserving the Middle Class” is the bedrock for his platform, along with protecting senior citizens, ending dependence on foreign oil and getting the U.S. out of the war in Afghanistan. For more […]

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The outcome of the coming Primary and General Elections will have a huge impact on the future of Waimea, Hawaii Island and all of the 50th State.  

This is the message Waimea Community Association and 13 other community partners want to convey to voters in the North Hawai’i – and it’s why these organizations have banded together to co-sponsor a Non-Partisan Candidate Forum at 5:15 p.m., Thurs., Aug. 12, 2010 at Waimea School Cafeteria.  The forum will be moderated by LAVAFM, KKOA and KHPR newswoman Sherry Bracken.

14 North Hawaii groups invite voters to a non-partisan candidate forum Thursday (Aug 12)

The outcome of the coming Primary and General Elections will have a huge impact on the future of Waimea, Hawaii Island and all of the 50th State. This is the message Waimea Community Association and 13 other community partners want to convey to voters in the North Hawai’i – and it’s why these organizations have […]

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Lt. Governor Duke Aiona today announced members of his finance committee who are raising money for his 2010 gubernatorial campaign. Sixteen committee members have each pledged to donate $6,000, the maximum amount allowable by state law, and to raise additional financial contributions for the growing campaign.

Aiona announces campaign finance team for gubernatorial campaign

Lt. Governor Duke Aiona today announced members of his finance committee who are raising money for his 2010 gubernatorial campaign. Sixteen committee members have each pledged to donate $6,000, the maximum amount allowable by state law, and to raise additional financial contributions for the growing campaign.

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Special County Council actions taken

Monday, April 13 in Hilo J Yoshimoto – Chairman Pete Hoffmann – Vice Chairman  Res 98-09: Supports the passage of House Bill No. 345 relating to the postponement of a comprehensive public funding program for the County of Hawaii Council elections ADOPTED  AYES: ENRIQUES, GREENWELL, IKEDA, NAEOLE, ONISHI, YOSHIMOTO NOES: FORD, HOFFMANN, YAGONG

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