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Democrats sweep Hawaiʻi governorship, US Senate seat and two US House seats

Democrats sweep the top races in Hawaiʻi, with Josh Green winning the governorship, Brian Schatz being reelected to the US Senate and Ed Case and Jill Tokuda winning the two US House seats.

Kagiwada wins Hawai’i County Council District 2 seat; three County Charter amendments approved

Only one Hawai’i County Council seat is up for grabs: District 2 that pits political newcomers Jennifer Kagiwada and Matthias Kusch. Three proposed County Charter Amendments also are on the ballot.

Governor’s Race: Both candidates have served the state as lieutenant governor

The 2022 race for governor features two men who each have served the state as lieutenant governor.

Joe Biden Named President-Elect

Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States. 

AP Calls Michigan For Biden, Bringing Him One State Shy of Presidency

Wednesday has been a moving day for presidential challenger Joe Biden, who according to several official counts now stands one state away from claiming the United States presidency.

Biden Beats Trump In Hawai‘i, Election Still Up For Grabs

Former Vice President Joe Biden drubbed incumbent Donald Trump in Hawai‘i’s General Election, earning the state’s four electoral votes.

Mass Voter Turnout Delays Hawai‘i Election Results

Adding to Hawai‘i’s timing issues appears to be the factor of voter turnout at polling places, where long lines persisted beyond 7 p.m. Tuesday evening. 

Hawai‘i County Mayoral Forum Set For Thursday

Nā Leo TV is hosting a Big Island mayoral forum on Thursday, July 16.

Candidate Filing Deadline for 2020 Election Approaches

Potential candidates for public office in Hawai‘i have a little more than one week to decide if they want to run in the 2020 election cycle. 

Hawai‘i Voters Asked to Update Signatures

The 2020 Primary Election will be the first statewide election conducted by mail and no traditional polling places will be opened on Election Day.

Hawai‘i Dems Seeking Comment on 2020 Delegate Selection Plan

Hawai‘i Democrats are seeking public comment on an ambitious 2020 delegate selection plan.

Elections Commission to Convene on O‘ahu

The Hawai‘i State Elections Commission will meet on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, at 10 a.m. at State Office Tower, 235 South Beretania St., in Honolulu, Room 203.

Coalition Urges ‘No’ Vote on Con Con Ballot Question

Preserve Our Hawaii is urging residents to vote “no” on the General Election constitutional convention ballot question.

Hawai‘i Island Drive-Thru Voter Registration Oct. 6, 9

The Office of Elections and County Clerks will conduct drive-through voter registration at various locations on the Big Island on Oct. 6 and 9.

HDOT: Campaign Signs Prohibited on State Right-of-Way

Outdoor advertising is prohibited on the state right-of-way, which includes political campaign signs placed on overpasses, fencing, sign posts and poles.

Election Day Reminders for Hawai‘i Voters

The 2018 Primary Election is Saturday, Aug. 11. Here are a few Election Day reminders…

Mayor Kim Endorses Gov. Ige

Big Island Mayor Harry Kim has endorsed Gov. David Ige’s run for reelection.

UPDATE: HAWAI‘I ELECTIONS 2018: Who’s Running for What?

Hawai`i’s 2018 election season is well under way, with the state’s open primary election set for Aug. 11 and the general election slated for Nov. 6.

HAWAI‘I ELECTIONS 2018: When Do I Vote?

The Primary Election is on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018.

HAWAI‘I ELECTIONS 2018: Where Do I Vote?

The Office of Elections has designated the Pāhoa Community Center as a dual polling place for precincts 04-03 and 04-04 for the primary election.
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