‘No Vote No Grumble’ Sign-Waving Campaign

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On Friday, Aug. 10, 2018, the No Vote No Grumble coalition was out sign-waving across the state with their message, No Vote No Grumble; the sign says it all.

No vote no grumble. Courtesy photo.

In 2006, Partners in Development Foundation (PIDF) established the Hawaiian Vote 2006 No Vote No Grumble (NVNG) campaign guided by Native Hawaiian values of kuleana (responsibility) and nā lima kōkua (helping hands; cooperativeness). No Vote No Grumble’s mission is to increase civic engagement, including registering and educating voters, especially with the underrepresented/underserved populations.

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