The General Election is Tuesday and the Office of Elections and the county clerks of Hawaii are sharing the following tips and reminders for voters:
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Forward Progress, a Honolulu-based political action committee allowed by law to raise and spend unlimited amounts, has pumped more than $100,000 into a campaign to elect Ron Gonzales for County Council District 9, eclipsing threefold the money he raised on his own.
The state is asking Pahoa voters who may be impacted by the June 27 lava flow to plan on casting their votes at an alternate site.
HONOLULU — Hawaii’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate has received enough small contributions to qualify for matching funds from the state.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources has brought back an attempt to allow private landowners to access special purpose revenue bonds to finance the preservation of reservoirs and dams.
HONOLULU — Officials are hoping to avoid disruptions in next month’s elections from an advancing lava flow in a mostly rural region on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Hawaii’s constitution allows for age discrimination against judges, say proponents of a constitutional amendment to raise the mandatory retirement age for judges and justices from 70 to 80.
There’s a “desperate” need for election workers, as Hawaii County finds itself short 67 volunteers for precincts in Waimea, Waikoloa, Kona and Ka‘u.
The debate about constitutional Amendment 4, which Hawaii voters began casting ballots on this week, doesn’t focus on whether 4-year-olds should be in preschool.
HONOLULU — A Hawaii Super PAC is facing a complaint that it failed to report spending more than $86,000 on fliers in the 2012 elections.
Early walk-in voting begins today at five locations on the Big Island.
Diversifying the economy is the key to making Hawaii a better place to live, says David Ige, a longtime state legislator running for governor on the Democratic ticket.
Walk-in voting starts Oct. 21, state officials said, and runs through Nov. 1 for the Nov. 4 General Election. Registered voters may vote at any of the early voting sites in their counties.
Even when they’re not talking about business, candidates for House District 5 and 6 seats are talking about — business.
HONOLULU — Hawaii has the highest energy costs in the nation, and easing the pain on the state’s residential consumers was a recurring theme Tuesday in a gubernatorial forum.