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Online voting set to begin for neighborhood board seats


The Honolulu Neighborhood Commission Office has mailed passcodes to 180,000 eligible voters who may cast ballots online for contested seats on the 2013-2015 neighborhood boards.

Voters may use the codes to cast ballots via computers through May 17. The city will also make computers available to the public for voting during this period, on the second floor of the Mission Memorial Building beside Honolulu Hale and in Kapolei Hale’s Conference Room D, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.

Voters who can’t access the Internet or the public computers may cast ballots by telephone using information included in the mailing.

Election results will be announced once the voting is over.

Newly elected board members assume office on July 1.

Candidate profiles and photos are posted at www1.honolulu.gov/nco.

For more information, visit the commission website at www1.honolulu.gov/nco or call 768-3716.

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