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2022 Hawaii General Election Results

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U.S. Senate

(D) SCHATZ, Brian*

289,585 votes71.25%

(R) MCDERMOTT, Bob

105,704 votes26.01%

(L) BONOAN, Feena M.

4,870 votes1.20%

(G) POHLMAN, Emma Jane A.

4,102 votes1.01%

(A) DECKER, Dan

2,189 votes0.54%

U.S. House, Dist 1

(D) CASE, Ed*

142,742 votes73.74%

(R) KRESS, Conrad

50,833 votes26.26%

U.S. House, Dist 2

(D) TOKUDA, Jill N.

127,995 votes62.27%

(R) AKANA, Joe

72,455 votes35.25%

(L) TIPPENS, Michelle Rose

5,108 votes2.48%

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

(D) Josh Green / Sylvia Luke

259,901 votes63.21%

(R) Duke Aiona / Seaula Jr. Tupai

151,258 votes36.79%

State Senate, Dist 1

(D) INOUYE, Lorraine Rodero

12,414 votes70.94%

(R) TUPAI, Helen C.

5,085 votes29.06%

State Senate, Dist 2

(D) SAN BUENAVENTURA, Joy*

9,468 votes69.75%

(R) OSBORN, Holly L.

3,513 votes25.88%

(L) FOGEL, Frederick F.

593 votes4.37%

State Senate, Dist 4

(D) RICHARDS, Herbert (Tim)

11,002 votes71.21%

(R) TANCHEFF, Nicholas M.

4,447 votes28.79%

State Senate, Dist 6

(D) MCKELVEY, Angus L.K. (Mac)

9,375 votes62.28%

(R) WALKER, Sheila

4,625 votes30.73%

(G) SHISHIDO, Melissah (Mish)

1,052 votes6.99%

State Senate, Dist 7

(D) DECOITE, Lynn Pualani*

14,133 votes75.70%

(R) MCKAY, Tamara

4,537 votes24.30%

State Senate, Dist 8

(D) KOUCHI, Ronald*

16,146 votes71.48%

(R) DES, Ana Mo

5,216 votes23.09%

(A) THRONAS-KAHO’ONEI, Kapana

1,225 votes5.42%

State Senate, Dist 9

(D) CHANG, Stanley*

14,783 votes70.28%

(R) PARRISH, Michael L. (Mike)

6,250 votes29.72%

State Senate, Dist 10

(D) IHARA, Les S., Jr.*

10,204 votes67.01%

(R) SOON, Leilani M.

5,023 votes32.99%

State Senate, Dist 11

(D) FUKUNAGA, Carol

12,761 votes75.34%

(R) SAKAI, Benjamin

4,177 votes24.66%

State Senate, Dist 12

(D) MORIWAKI, Sharon Y.*

9,688 votes72.07%

(R) BOYD, Blake

3,755 votes27.93%

State Senate, Dist 13

(D) RHOADS, Karl*

8,763 votes64.42%

(R) TINAY, Matthew

2,991 votes21.99%

(N) KWOCK, Michelle

985 votes7.24%

(G) SOUZA, Kapono Aluli

863 votes6.34%

State Senate, Dist 14

(D) KIM, Donna Mercado*

8,068 votes73.55%

(R) RZONCA, Cheryl

2,902 votes26.45%

State Senate, Dist 15

(D) WAKAI, Glenn*

7,839 votes67.72%

(R) GODFREY, Lorene A.

3,737 votes32.28%

State Senate, Dist 16

(D) ELEFANTE, Brandon J.C.

14,418 votes74.05%

(R) BEEKMAN, Patricia Yuki

5,052 votes25.95%

State Senate, Dist 17

(D) DELA CRUZ, Donovan*

11,504 votes65.23%

(R) HUDSON, Anna Misako

6,132 votes34.77%

State Senate, Dist 18

(D) KIDANI, Michelle N.*

11,405 votes65.75%

(R) SMART, Mary

5,940 votes34.25%

State Senate, Dist 21

(D) GABBARD, Mike*

8,104 votes58.94%

(R) KHAN, Matthew D.

5,646 votes41.06%

State Senate, Dist 22

(D) SHIMABUKURO, Maile S.L.*

4,971 votes50.36%

(R) DECORTE, Samantha

4,900 votes49.64%

State Senate, Dist 23

(R) AWA, Brenton

8,023 votes51.25%

(D) RIVIERE, Gil*

7,632 votes48.75%

State Senate, Dist 24

(D) KEOHOKALOLE, Jarrett*

13,603 votes70.34%

(R) FERNANDEZ, Antionette

5,736 votes29.66%

State Senate, Dist 25

(D) LEE, Chris*

14,795 votes70.36%

(R) LAURO, Brian S.

6,232 votes29.64%

State House, Dist 3

(D) TODD, Christopher L.T.*

5,182 votes80.87%

(A) MCMACKIN, Devinshaw K., Sr.

1,226 votes19.13%

State House, Dist 4

(D) ILAGAN, Greggor*

4,843 votes69.59%

(R) HO, Keikilani

1,607 votes23.09%

(N) LEY, Brian C.

354 votes5.09%

(L) LINTON, Candace T. (Candy)

155 votes2.23%

State House, Dist 5

(D) KAPELA, Jeanne*

4,954 votes69.49%

(R) GOODWIN, Lohi

1,926 votes27.02%

(L) LAST, Michael L.

249 votes3.49%

State House, Dist 6

(D) KAHALOA, Kirstin A.K.

5,405 votes67.18%

(R) KENNEALY, Jonathan P.

2,641 votes32.82%

State House, Dist 8

(D) TARNAS, David A.*

5,553 votes69.15%

(R) PERREIRA, Monique CobbAdams

2,477 votes30.85%

State House, Dist 11

(D) AMATO, Terez (T.Amato)

5,256 votes64.61%

(R) CANTERE, Shekinah P.

2,879 votes35.39%

State House, Dist 12

(D) YAMASHITA, Kyle T.*

7,069 votes68.68%

(R) JOHNSON, Dan

2,115 votes20.55%

(G) STARR, Summer

1,109 votes10.77%

State House, Dist 13

(D) POEPOE, Mahina M.

5,820 votes68.18%

(R) ADAM, Scott

2,079 votes24.36%

(G) NIKHILANANDA, Nick

637 votes7.46%

State House, Dist 14

(D) COCHRAN, Elle

3,751 votes54.78%

(R) ARMSTRONG, Kelly J.

2,064 votes30.14%

(A) NAKOA, Leonard K., III

1,032 votes15.07%

State House, Dist 15

(D) NAKAMURA, Nadine K.*

5,458 votes73.98%

(R) BENTLEY, Greg

1,920 votes26.02%

State House, Dist 16

(D) TOKIOKA, James Kunane*

5,491 votes73.47%

(R) YODER, Steve

1,983 votes26.53%

State House, Dist 17

(D) MORIKAWA, Daynette (Dee)*

5,436 votes73.56%

(R) WILSON, Michael D.

1,954 votes26.44%

State House, Dist 19

(D) HASHEM, Mark Jun*

7,894 votes70.49%

(R) TEXEIRA, Theresa (Kinsey)

3,305 votes29.51%

State House, Dist 20

(D) KOBAYASHI, Bertrand (Bert)*

6,619 votes74.71%

(R) CAIAZZO, Jessica (Priya)

2,241 votes25.29%

State House, Dist 21

(D) SAYAMA, Jackson D.*

6,520 votes73.92%

(R) ALLEN, Julia E.

2,300 votes26.08%

State House, Dist 22

(D) GARRETT, Andrew Takuya

6,928 votes78.09%

(R) IMAMURA, Jeffrey H.

1,944 votes21.91%

State House, Dist 24

(D) TAM, Adrian*

4,652 votes67.86%

(R) ANDERSON, Jillian T.

2,203 votes32.14%

State House, Dist 25

(D) SAIKI, Scott K.*

5,437 votes73.44%

(R) NOVAK, Rob

1,966 votes26.56%

State House, Dist 26

(D) BELATTI, Della Au*

5,435 votes71.83%

(R) ROSECRANS, Charlotte

2,131 votes28.17%

State House, Dist 27

(D) TAKENOUCHI, Jenna

6,888 votes71.64%

(R) LIM, Margaret U.

2,727 votes28.36%

State House, Dist 28

(D) HOLT, Daniel*

3,036 votes74.30%

(A) CARAVALHO, Ernest

1,050 votes25.70%

State House, Dist 29

(D) MIZUNO, John M.*

3,242 votes67.07%

(R) KAAPU, Carole Kauhiwai

1,592 votes32.93%

State House, Dist 30

(D) GANADEN, Ernesto (Sonny)*

2,668 votes72.74%

(R) AZINGA, P. M.

1,000 votes27.26%

State House, Dist 32

(D) AIU, Micah Pookela Kim

3,753 votes51.71%

(R) SHIMIZU, Garner M.

3,505 votes48.29%

State House, Dist 34

(D) TAKAYAMA, Gregg*

6,491 votes73.59%

(R) ALLEN, Theodene S.

2,329 votes26.41%

State House, Dist 35

(D) CHUN, Cory M.

4,092 votes62.99%

(R) ARAKI, Josiah P.

2,404 votes37.01%

State House, Dist 36

(D) LAMOSAO, Rachele Fernandez

3,048 votes75.95%

(R) LAUTAHA, Veamoniti

965 votes24.05%

State House, Dist 37

(D) YAMANE, Ryan I.*

7,311 votes65.73%

(R) DETWILER, Jamie A.

3,811 votes34.27%

State House, Dist 38

(R) CHEAPE MATSUMOTO, Lauren*

6,936 votes66.99%

(D) LEE, Marilyn B.

3,418 votes33.01%

State House, Dist 39

(R) PIERICK, Elijah

3,763 votes55.05%

(D) ROSENLEE, Corey

3,072 votes44.95%

State House, Dist 40

(D) MARTINEZ, Rose

3,075 votes51.76%

(R) GUESO, Janie

2,866 votes48.24%

State House, Dist 41

(R) ALCOS, David A., III

3,915 votes58.70%

(D) LOPRESTI, Matthew S. (Matt)*

2,755 votes41.30%

State House, Dist 42

(R) GARCIA, Diamond

3,327 votes52.80%

(D) HAR, Sharon E.*

2,974 votes47.20%

State House, Dist 43

(R) SOUZA, Kanani

3,976 votes55.43%

(D) ELI, Stacelynn K.M.*

3,197 votes44.57%

State House, Dist 44

(D) KILA, Darius K.

3,318 votes62.64%

(R) KOPETSEG, Kimberly

1,979 votes37.36%

State House, Dist 45

(D) GATES, Cedric Asuega*

2,663 votes55.36%

(R) WILBUR, Tiana

2,147 votes44.64%

State House, Dist 46

(D) PERRUSO, Amy A.*

4,377 votes62.73%

(R) MILLER, John E.

2,600 votes37.27%

State House, Dist 47

(D) QUINLAN, Sean*

3,509 votes56.70%

(R) TALAEAI, Mark

2,680 votes43.30%

State House, Dist 48

(D) KITAGAWA, Lisa C.*

7,047 votes71.51%

(R) ELENTO, Wendell A.

2,808 votes28.49%

State House, Dist 49

(D) MATAYOSHI, Scot*

6,810 votes74.11%

(R) DANNER, Kilomana

2,379 votes25.89%

State House, Dist 50

(D) HUSSEY-BURDICK, Natalia

6,997 votes63.14%

(R) THURSTON, Kathy

4,085 votes36.86%

State House, Dist 51

(D) MARTEN, Lisa*

5,975 votes63.24%

(R) KAMA-TOTH, Kukana K.K.

3,473 votes36.76%

OHA Hawaii Resident Trustee Vacancy

TRASK, Mililani B.*

175,725 votes62.13%

CERMELJ, Hope Alohalani

107,098 votes37.87%

OHA At-Large Trustee

This race has 3 winners.

GALUTERIA, Brickwood

139,012 votes18.68%

SOUZA, Keoni

134,370 votes18.06%

WAIHEE, John D., IV*

130,449 votes17.53%

AHU ISA, Lei (Leina’ala)*

119,503 votes16.06%

OWENS, Chad

117,911 votes15.85%

KING, Sam (Kalanikupua)

102,768 votes13.81%

Hawaii County Council, Dist 2

KAGIWADA, Jennifer (Jenn)

4,244 votes51.64%

KUSCH, Matthias

3,974 votes48.36%

Hawaii: Membership for the Board of Ethics

Shall the Hawaii County Charter be amended to increase the membership of the Board of Ethics from five members to seven members?

YES

35,157 votes59.49%

NO

23,937 votes40.51%

Hawaii: Expanding the Duties of the County Auditor

Shall the Hawaii County Charter be amended to expand the duties of the Office of the County Auditor to include investigating allegations of fraud, waste, or abuse within the operations of the County of Hawaii?

YES

50,777 votes84.62%

NO

9,228 votes15.38%

Hawaii: Establishing a Youth Commission

Shall the Hawaii County Charter be amended to establish a Youth Commission, which would consist of at least nine but no more than 15 members between the ages of 14 and 24-years old, whose duties would include advising the Mayor, County Council, and official agencies of the County on legislative and budgetary matters, assess existing programs and advance new programs that support youth development, and encourage and coordinate youth participation in County initiatives and other forms of civic engagement?

YES

39,835 votes66.38%

NO

20,178 votes33.62%

Maui County Mayor

BISSEN, Richard (Rick)

31,302 votes61.38%

VICTORINO, Mike*

19,694 votes38.62%

Maui County Council (East Maui)

SINENCI, Shane*

25,285 votes56.97%

CARROLL, Claire Kamalu

19,101 votes43.03%

Maui County Council (West Maui)

PALTIN, Tamara Akiko Maile*

33,734 votes77.33%

HERRMANN, Justin

9,887 votes22.67%

Maui County Council (Wailuku-Waihee-Waikapu)

LEE, Alice L.*

22,682 votes50.56%

AHIA, Noelani

22,178 votes49.44%

Maui County Council (Kahului)

KAMA, Tasha*

24,074 votes54.15%

NOBRIGA, Buddy James M.A.

20,384 votes45.85%

Maui County Council (South Maui)

COOK, Tom

24,656 votes55.15%

KNOX, Robin

20,050 votes44.85%

Maui County Council (Makawao-Haiku-Paia)

UU-HODGINS, Nohe

25,135 votes56.47%

BOONE, Nara

19,377 votes43.53%

Maui County Council (Upcountry)

SUGIMURA, Yuki Lei Kashiwa*

28,963 votes63.84%

HOCKER, Jordan

16,407 votes36.16%

Maui County Council (Lanai)

JOHNSON, Gabe*

23,452 votes53.15%

HOKAMA, Riki

20,671 votes46.85%

Maui County Council (Molokai)

RAWLINS-FERNANDEZ, Keani*

25,396 votes57.52%

PELE, John

18,758 votes42.48%

Maui Commission Proposal #1

Create a separate Housing Department dedicated to affordable housing; including an advisory board and Hawaiian Home Lands Liaison
Shall the Charter be amended, effective July 1, 2024, to:
1. Divide the Department of Housing and Human Concerns into two departments;
2. Create the Housing Advisory Board to advise the Director of Housing; and
3. Require a liaison with the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands within the Department of Housing?

YES

30,808 votes64.55%

NO

16,918 votes35.45%

Maui Commission Proposal #2

Department of ‘Ōiwi Resources

Shall the Charter be amended to affirm that the County will operate as a bilingual government; and, effective July 1, 2024, to establish a Department of ‘Ōiwi Resources to implement programs to ensure proper management of ‘Ōiwi (native) cultural resources, including the Hawaiian language, place names, historical and archival materials, cultural sites, iwi and burials, and the variety of natural resources used in cultural practices; and collaborate with the Planning Director on revisions to the general plan and long-range planning programs?

YES

29,224 votes61.76%

NO

18,093 votes38.24%

Maui Commission Proposal #3

Ethics and financial disclosures

Shall the Charter be amended to:
1. Require the filing of a financial disclosure statement by appointive officers and employees prior to taking office or participating in any official capacity;
2. Prohibit officers and employees from taking official actions in which the officer or employee has a direct or indirect financial interest; and
3. Prohibit officers and employees from using or attempting to use their position for unwarranted advantage to themselves or others?

YES

42,537 votes88.29%

NO

5,642 votes11.71%

Maui Commission Proposal #4

Planning Commissions and Community Plan Updates

Shall the Charter be amended to:
1. Require that the Maui Planning Commission have members from all council residency areas on the island of Maui;
2. Allow for Kalaupapa, Molokai, to be included within the County of Maui and the jurisdiction of the Molokai Planning Commission upon State action; and
3. Allow for the community plan update process to be set by ordinance?

YES

35,259 votes76.11%

NO

11,069 votes23.89%

Maui Commission Proposal #5

Council organizational meeting, remote access, government records

Shall the Charter be amended to:
1. Require remote communications during County Council meetings between the Council and members of the public located in Hana, Lanai, Molokai, and other geographic areas, in accordance with State law;
2. Require County employees to facilitate access to County records and minimize fees and charges; and
3. Provide discretion in determining the day, time, and venue of the County Council’s organizational meeting?

YES

38,342 votes82.38%

NO

8,199 votes17.62%

Maui Commission Proposal #6

Fines and penalties

Shall the Charter be amended to remove the cap on penalties for violations of the law so that they will be set by ordinance?

YES

26,894 votes59.46%

NO

18,339 votes40.54%

Maui Commission Proposal #7

Administrative department heads

Shall the Charter be amended to require an administrative head nominated by the Mayor to immediately vacate office if denied appointment by the Council, and to prohibit a letter of resignation as a condition of appointment for an administrative head?

YES

29,860 votes66.61%

NO

14,967 votes33.39%

Maui Commission Proposal #8

County Clerk

Shall the Charter be amended to authorize the County Clerk to update the Charter in compliance with law, clarify the County Clerk’s other duties, and to prohibit the County Clerk and Deputy County Clerk from actively participating in political management or campaigns for Federal, State, or County elective office?

YES

38,191 votes82.59%

NO

8,051 votes17.41%

Maui Commission Proposal #9

Police Chief

Shall the Charter be amended to require that the Chief of Police provide a written report to the Police Commission when the Chief disagrees with the Commission’s findings related to the conduct of the department or its members?

YES

36,404 votes80.26%

NO

8,955 votes19.74%

Maui Council Alternative Proposal #9A

Council’s Alternative to Proposal 9; Police Chief

Shall the Charter be amended with Council’s Alternative 9A to require that the Chief of Police inform the Police Commission when the Chief disagrees with the Commission’s findings related to the conduct of the police department or its members, and upon the Commission’s request, provide a written report?

YES

34,277 votes77.83%

NO

9,764 votes22.17%

Maui Commission Proposal #10

Independent Nomination Board

Shall the Charter be amended, effective July 1, 2023, to:
1. Create a 9-member Independent Nomination Board, with its membership appointed by the Mayor and approved by Council, to recruit, evaluate, and nominate individuals for County boards, commissions, and the positions of the County Clerk, Auditor, Corporation Counsel, and Prosecuting Attorney;
2. Eliminate the prohibition on paying board and commission members;
3. Set the County Clerk’s term at 6 years;
4. Eliminate the requirement that no more than a bare majority of a board or commission may belong to the same political party; and
5. Stagger the membership of new boards so that five members would serve 3-year terms and four members would serve 2-year terms and provide that board members serving for an initial term of less than 3 years may be reappointed to a full term on the same board?

YES

22,008 votes51.48%

NO

20,742 votes48.52%

Maui Council Alternative Proposal #10A

Council’s Alternative to Proposal 10; makeup of Independent Nomination Board

Shall the Charter be amended with alternative No. 10A to:
1. Create an 11-member Independent Nomination Board, with 2 members appointed by the Mayor without Council approval and 9 members appointed by the Council without Mayoral approval and, to recruit, evaluate, and nominate individuals for the positions of the Corporation Counsel and Prosecuting Attorney and County boards and commissions;
2. Eliminate the requirement that no more than a bare majority of a board or commission may belong to the same political party;
3. Remove the prohibition on paying board and commission members; and
4. Stagger the membership of new boards and commissions so that five members would serve 3-year terms and four members would serve 2-year terms and provide that board members serving for an initial term of less than 3 years may be reappointed to a full term on the same board or commission?

NO

22,736 votes54.60%

YES

18,906 votes45.40%

Maui Commission Proposal #11

Impacts of Charter amendments on County taxation and spending

Shall the Charter be amended to require that the County Auditor assess the impacts of proposed charter amendments on County taxation and spending?

YES

37,041 votes84.21%

NO

6,948 votes15.79%

Maui Commission Proposal #12

Maui County Community Water Authorities

Shall the Charter be amended to establish Maui County Community Water Authorities with regional community boards to manage water collection and delivery systems acquired by the Water Authorities, including State license areas in East Maui, and to pursue long-term water lease agreements with the State to provide a long-term reliable supply of water for domestic and agricultural needs?

YES

33,550 votes74.68%

NO

11,373 votes25.32%

Maui Commission Proposal #13

Promoting Climate Change Adaptation

Shall the Charter be amended, effective January 2, 2023, to establish a County policy to promote climate change adaptation, including by implementing guidelines to allow certain County employees to telework and have alternative work schedules?

YES

28,029 votes61.91%

NO

17,244 votes38.09%

Kauai County Mayor

KAWAKAMI, Derek S.K.*

18,127 votes77.62%

POAI, Michael Roven

5,227 votes22.38%

Kauai County Council

This race has 7 winners.

EVSLIN, Luke A.*

13,119 votes11.26%

CARVALHO, Bernard*

12,334 votes10.58%

BULOSAN, Addison

11,494 votes9.86%

RAPOZO, Mel

11,137 votes9.56%

KUALI’I, KipuKai L.P.*

10,896 votes9.35%

COWDEN, Felicia*

10,371 votes8.90%

DECOSTA, Billy*

10,070 votes8.64%

KAGAWA, Ross K.

9,912 votes8.51%

HOLLAND, Fern Anuenue

8,736 votes7.50%

METZGER, Lila Balmores

5,032 votes4.32%

SECRETARIO, Rachel M.

4,352 votes3.73%

SIMBRE-MEDEIROS, Shirley R.

4,009 votes3.44%

MUKAI, Nelson H.

2,567 votes2.20%

SAITO, Roy

2,510 votes2.15%

Kauai: Relating to Prosecutor Vacancy

Shall the County Charter be amended to require that future elections for Prosecuting Attorney occur at the same time as the County’s regularly scheduled elections?

YES

19,433 votes90.34%

NO

2,078 votes9.66%

Kauai: Relating to Electric Power Authority

Shall the Charter be amended to remove Article 30 which allows the County Council to create an electric power corporation?

YES

10,725 votes53.97%

NO

9,147 votes46.03%

Kauai: Relating to Salary Commission

Shall the Charter be amended to give the Salary Commission the authority to establish the maximum salary for elected and appointed officials?

YES

12,440 votes60.98%

NO

7,959 votes39.02%

Kauai: Relating to Surety Bonds

Shall the Charter be amended by removing the portion of section 19.17 that requires surety bonds for certain officers and employees?

NO

9,633 votes51.62%

YES

9,029 votes48.38%

Honolulu City Council, Dist 2

WEYER, Matt

11,555 votes55.72%

ROTHMAN, Makuakai

9,182 votes44.28%

Honolulu City Council, Dist 4

WATERS, Tommy*

28,364 votes73.69%

NAKOA, Kaleo

10,129 votes26.31%

Honolulu City Council, Dist 6

DOS SANTOS-TAM, Tyler

13,407 votes54.53%

TOGUCHI, Traci K.

11,179 votes45.47%

Honolulu City Council, Dist 8

OKIMOTO, Val Aquino

22,342 votes57.26%

MENOR, Ron

16,677 votes42.74%

Honolulu City Charter Question #1

Shall the Revised City Charter be amended to increase the mandatory percentage of the City’s estimated real property tax revenues to be appropriated annually for deposit into the Affordable Housing Fund from one-half of one percent to one percent?

NO

129,097 votes51.67%

YES

120,770 votes48.33%

Honolulu City Charter Question #2

Shall the Revised City Charter be amended to require that the Planning Commission have at least one member with substantial experience or expertise in one of the following categories of disciplines, that each of the categories be represented by a different member, and that all of the categories are represented on the commission:
a. Native Hawaiian traditional and customary practices, native Hawaiian law, or traditional Hawaiian land usage;
b. Land use planning, policies, and principles;
c. Land development and construction; and
d. Climate change and sea level rise causes, effects, and solutions; or environmental protection and preservation.

YES

189,830 votes75.63%

NO

61,169 votes24.37%

Honolulu City Charter Question #3

Shall the Revised City Charter be amended to expand the permitted use of funds in the Clean Water and Natural Lands Fund to include funding for costs related to the operation, maintenance, and management of lands acquired by way of this Fund that are necessary to protect, maintain, or restore resources at risk on these lands, such as infrastructure, environmental remediation, or improvements to provide for public access and use?

YES

186,742 votes75.24%

NO

61,451 votes24.76%

Honolulu City Charter Question #4

Shall the Revised City Charter be amended to update the provisions pertaining to the Office of Council Services (“OCS”), the research and drafting arm of the Council, to reflect its current functions; consolidate various provisions relating to the OCS in a separate Chapter of the Revised Charter like its fellow Legislative Branch agencies, the Office of the City Clerk and Office of the City Auditor, provide for the appointment, salary, and duties of the OCS director; and expressly recognize the authority of the licensed attorneys in the OCS to provide legal advice to the City Council and its members?

YES

140,021 votes60.05%

NO

93,140 votes39.95%


District Information

U.S. House District 1:
Urban Honolulu

U.S. House District 2:
Neighbor islands and rural Oahu

State Senate, District 1:
Portion of Pepeekeo, Papaikou, Hilo, Keaukaha, Kaumana

State Senate, District 2:
Keaau, Hawaiian Paradise Park, Orchidlands Estates, Ainaloa, Hawaiian Beaches, Koae, Kapoho, Nanawale Estates, Pahoa, Pualaa, Pohoiki, Leilani Estates, Kaueleau, Opihikao, Kehena, Kaimu, Kalapana, Kapaahu, portion of Volcano, Fern Forest, Glenwood, Mountain View, Hawaiian Acres, and Kurtistown

State Senate, District 3:
Portion of Volcano, Pahala, Punaluu, Honuapo, Naalehu, Waiohinu, Kipuka Nahuaopala, Hawaiian Ocean View, Milolii, Hoopuloa, Hookena, Honaunau, Keei, Napoopoo, Kaawaloa, Pawaina, Captain Cook, Kealakekua, Waihou, Kainaliu, Honalo, Keauhou, Holualoa, Kailua-Kona, and Honokohau

State Senate, District 4:
Kalaoa, Mahaiula, Makalawena, Kaupulehu, Kukio, Kiholo, Keawaiki, Weliweli, Puuanahulu, Waikii, Anaehoomalu, Lahuipuaa, Waikoloa, Puako, Waimea, Waiaka, Waikui, Kawaihae, Mahukona, Hikapoloa, Hawi, Kapaau, Halaula, Akona, Kukuihaele, Kapulena, Makahalau, Palihooukapapa, Honokaa, Paauhau, Hanaipoe, Paauilo, Halepiula, Keanakolu, Ookala, Laupahoephoe, Papaaloa, Welokai, Ninole, Hopuwai, Hakalau, Honomu, and portion of Pepeekeo Mill

State Senate, District 5:
Mokeehia Island, portion of the island of Maui including Kahakuloa, Waiehu, Paukukalo, Kahului, Puunene, a portion of Waikapu, Wailuku Heights, and Wailuku

State Senate, District 6:
Portion of Waikapu, a portion of Keoneoio, Kanahena, Makena, Wailea, Keawakapu, Kihei, Maalaea, Hyashi Village, Mopua, Olowalu, Wainee, Lahaina, Puunoa, Kelawea, Lahainaluna, Kaanapali, Mahinahina Camp, Kahana, and Honokohau

State Senate, District 7:
Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, Papanui O Kane, Puukii, Alau, Molokini, and portion of the island of Maui including a portion of Kahului, Paia, Kuau, Haiku, Peahi, Huelo, Kailua, Keanae, Wailua, Nahiku, Honomaele, Kaeleku, Hana, Hamoa, Mokae, Kakio, Puuiki, Koali, Kipahulu, Mokulau, Kaupo, Nuu, Ulupalakua, Keokea, Waiakoa, Pulehu, Pukalani, Makawao, Haliimaile, and a portion of Keahua

State Senate, District 8:
Kauai, Niihau, Lehua, and Kaula

State Senate, District 9:
Portion of Hawaii Kai, Niu Valley, Wailupe, Waialae, Kahala, Kaalawai, a portion of Kapahulu, and a portion of Kaimuki

State Senate, District 10:
Maunalani Heights, Wilhelmina Rise, a portion of Kaimuki, a portion of Kapahulu, and St. Louis Heights

State Senate, District 11:
Manoa and a portion of Makiki Heights

State Senate, District 12:
Waikiki, Ala Moana, and Kakaako

State Senate, District 13:
Pacific Heights, Chinatown, and a portion of Iwilei

State Senate, District 14:
Kalihi, a portion of Fort Shafter, and Moanalua

State Senate, District 15:
Sand Island, Mokauea Island, Kahakaaulana Island, Ford Island, and the portion of the island of Oahu including Keehi Lagoon, Kalihi Kai, Salt Lake, Aliamanu, Foster Village, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, a portion of Pearl City, and a portion of Waipahu

State Senate, District 16:
Halawa Heights, Aiea, Waimalu, Kalauao, Waiau, Pacific Palisasdes, and a portion of Pearl City

State Senate, District 17:
Portion of Mililani, a portion of Waipio Acres, Wahiawa, and Whitmore Village

State Senate, District 18:
Waipio, Crestview, Royal Kunia, and a portion of Mililani, a portion of Waipahu, and a portion of Akupu

State Senate, District 19:
Laulaunui Island and the portion of the island of Oahu including a portion of Pearl City, a portion of Waipahu, Honouliuli, and a portion of Fernandez Village

State Senate, District 20:
Iroquois Point, Ewa Beach, and a portion of Ewa

State Senate, District 21:
Portion of Fernandez Village, a portion of Ewa, Kapolei, Makakilo, and Kalaeloa

State Senate, District 22:
Honokai Hale, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, and Makaha

State Senate, District 23:
Mokuaula Island, Mokolii Island, Ahu O Laka Island, and Kapapa Island, and the portion of the island of Oahu including Mokuleia, Waialua, Ranch Camp, Haleiwa, Kawailoa Beach, Waimea, Sunset Beach, Waialee, Kawela Bay, Kahuku, Laie, Hauula, Punaluu, Kaaawa, Kahaluu, and Ahuimanu, a portion of Kaneohe, a portion of Waipio Acres, and a portion of Kunia

State Senate, District 24:
Moku Manu Island and Moku O Loe Island, and comprises the portion of the island of Oahu including Kaneohe, Puohala Village, and a portion of Kailua

State Senate, District 25:
Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (Nihoa, Necker, 12 islands at French Frigate Shoals, 2 islands at Gardner Pinnacles, Laysan, Lisianski, 8 islands at Pearl and Hermes Atoll, 3 islands at Kure Atoll), Popoia, Moku Nui, Moku Iki, Manana, Kaohikaipu, and Koko Isle, and comprises the portion of the island of Oahu including a portion of Kailua, Lanikai, Keolu Hills, Waimanalo, and a portion of Hawaii Kai

State House, District 1:
Akona, Kukuihaele, Kapulena, Honokaa, Paauhau, Hanaipoe, Paauilo, Halepiula, Keanakolu, Ookala, Laupahoehoe Papaaloa, Hakalau, Honomu, Pepeekeo, Papaikou, portion of Hilo, and Kaumana

State House, District 2:
Portion of Hilo

State House, District 3:
Portion of Hilo, Keaukaha, Orchidlands Estate, Ainaloa, Hawaiian Acres, Fern Acres, a portion of Kurtistown, and a portion of Keaau

State House, District 4:
Hawaiian Paradise Park, Hawaiian Beaches, Koae, Kapoho, Pohoiki, Leilani Estates, and Kehena

State House, District 5:
portion of Keaau, a portion of Kurtistown, Mountain View, Glenwood, Fern Forest, Volcano, Pahala, Punaluu, Honuapo, Naalehu, Waiohinu, Hawaiian Ocean View, Milolii, Hoopuloa, Hookena, and Pawaina

State House, District 6:
Honaunau, Napoopoo, Captain Cook, Kealakekua, Keauhou, Holualoa, and a portion of KailuaKona

State House, District 7:
Portion of Kailua-Kona, Honokohau, Kalaoa, Makalawena, Kaupulehu, Kukio, Puuanahulu, Anaehoomalu, Lahuipuaa, Puako, and a portion of Waikoloa and Waikui

State House, District 8:
Hawi, Halaula, Waiaka, Waimea, Makahalau, Palihooukapapa, Waikii, a portion of Waikoloa, a portion of Waikui, Kawaihae, and Mahukona

State House, District 9:
Kahului, Puunene, and a portion of Wailuku

State House, District 10:
Portion of Waiehu, Paukukalo, a portion of Wailuku, Wailuku Heights, Waikapu, and Hyashi Village

State House, District 11:
Portion of Maalaea, Kihei, Keawakapu, Wailea, Makena, Kanahena, and Keoneoio

State House, District 12:
Portion of Keahua, Haliimaile, Pukalani, Makawao, Pulehu, Waiakoa, Keokea, and Ulupalakua

State House, District 13:
Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, Papanui O Kane, Puukii, and Alau, Molokini, and portion of the island of Maui including a portion of Kahului, Paia, Kuau, Haiku, Peahi, Huelo, Kailua, Keanae, Wailua, Nahiku, Honomaele, Kaeleku, Hana, Hamoa, Mokae, Kakio, Puuiki, Koali, Kipahulu, Mokulau, Kaupo, and Nuu

State House, District 14:
Kahakuloa, a portion of Waiehu, a portion of Maalaea, Mopua, Olowalu, Wainee, Lahaina, Puunoa, Kelawea, Lahainaluna, Kaanapali, Mahinahina Camp, Kahana, and Honokahua

State House, District 15:
Haena, Haleomaha, Wainiha, Hanalei, Princeville, Kalihiwai, Kilauea, Anahola, Kealia, Kapaa, Waipouli, Papaloa, a portion of Wailua, Kawaihau, and Kapahi

State House, District 16:
Portion of Wailua, Hanamaulu, Kapaia, Lihue, Puhi, and a portion of Omao

State House, District 17:
Niihau, Lehua, and Kaula, and portion of the island of Kauai including a portion of Omao, Koloa, Poipu, Lawai, Kalaheo, Eleele, Hanapepe, Hanapepe Heights, Kapaka, Makaweli, Kaawanui Village, Pakala Village, Kapalawai, Waimea, Nonopahu Village, Kekaha, Pokii, Kaunalewa and Mana,

State House, District 18:
Koko Isle and the portion of the island of Oahu including Portlock, and a portion of Hawaii Kai

State House, District 19:
Portion of Hawaii Kai, Niu Valley, Wailupe, a portion of Kahala, and a portion of Waialae

State House, District 20:
Kahala and Kaalawai, a portion of Waialae, a portion of Kaimuki, and a portion of Kapahulu

State House, District 21:
Wilhelmina Rise, Maunalani Heights, a portion of Kaimuki, and St. Louis Heights

State House, District 22:
Manoa

State House, District 23:
Moiliili-McCully

State House, District 24:
Waikiki

State House, District 25:
Ala Moana and Kakaako

State House, District 26:
Makiki and Punchbowl

State House, District 27:
Pacific Heights, Nuuanu, and a portion of Makiki Heights

State House, District 28:
Sand Island and the portion of the island of Oahu including Chinatown

State House, District 29:
Kamehameha Heights and a portion of Kalihi

State House, District 30:
Mokauea Island, Kahaaulana Island, and the portion of the island of Oahu including a portion of Kalihi, Kalihi Kai, Keehi Lagoon, Hickam Air Force Base, and Hickam Village

State House, District 31:
Fort Shafter Flats, Salt Lake, and Pearl Harbor

State House, District 32:
Portion of Fort Shafter, Moanalua, Aliamanu, Foster Village, a portion of Aiea, and a portion of Halawa

State House, District 33:
Portion of Halawa, a portion of Aiea, and Waimalu

State House, District 34:
Waiau, a portion of Pearl City, and Pacific Palisades

State House, District 35:
Portion of Pearl City, a portion of Waipahu, and Crestview

State House, District 36:
Portion of Waipahu

State House, District 37:
Portion of Waipio and a portion of Mililani

State House, District 38:
Portion of Mililani, and a portion of Waipio Acres

State House, District 39:
Laulaunui Island and the portion of the island of Oahu including Royal Kunia, a portion of Waipahu, Honouliuli, and a portion of Lower Village

State House, District 40:
Portion of Lower Village, Iroquois Point, and a portion of Ewa Beach

State House, District 41:
Portion of Ewa Beach, and Barbers Point

State House, District 42:
Portion of Varona Village, a portion of Ewa, a portion of Kapolei, and Fernandez Village

State House, District 43:
Portion of Kapolei, a portion of Akupu, and Makakilo

State House, District 44:
Honokai Hale, Nanakuli, and Maili

State House, District 45:
Waianae and Makaha

State House, District 46:
Portion of Waipio Acres, Wahiawa, Whitmore Village, a portion of Waialua, and Mokuleia

State House, District 47:
Mokuaula Island and the portion of the island of Oahu including a portion of Waialua, Haleiwa, Kawailoa Beach, Waimea, Sunset Beach, Waialee, Kawela Bay, Kahuku, Laie, Hauula, Punaluu, and Kahana

State House, District 48:
Mokolii Island, Ahu O Laka Island, Kapapa Island, Moku O Loe Island, and the portion of the island of Oahu including Kaaawa, Kahaluu, Ahuimanu, and a portion of Heeia and Kaneohe

State House, District 49:
Portion of Kaneohe, Puohala Village, and Maunawili

State House, District 50:
Moku Manu Island, Popoia Island, and the portion of the island of Oahu including a portion of Kailua

State House, District 51:
Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (Nihoa, Necker, 12 islands at French Frigate Shoals, 2 islands at Gardner Pinnacles, Laysan, Lisianski, 8 islands at Pearl and Hermes Atoll, 3 islands at Kure Atoll), the islands of Moku Nui, Moku Iki, Manana, Kaohikaipu, and comprises the portion of the island of Oahu including a portion of Kailua, Lanikai, Keolu Hills, and Waimanalo

Honolulu City Council, District 1:
Portions of Ewa Villages and Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Makakilo, Kalaeloa, Honokai Hale, Ko Olina, Nanakuli, Maili, Waianae, Makaha, Keaau and Makua

Honolulu City Council, District 2:
Mililani Mauka, Wahiawa, Mokuleia, Waialua, Haleiwa, Pupukea, Sunset Beach, Kahuku, Laie, Hauula, Punaluu, Kahana, Kaaawa, Kualoa, Waiahole and Kahaluu

Honolulu City Council, District 3:
Ahuimanu, Heeia, Haiku, Kaneohe, Maunawili, Kailua, Olomana, Enchanted Lake and Waimanalo

Honolulu City Council, District 4:
Hawaii Kai, Kuliouou, Niu Valley, Aina Haina, Wailupe, Waialae Iki, Kalani Valley, Kahala, Wilhelmina Rise, Kaimuki, portions of Kapahulu, Diamond Head, Black Point, Waikiki, and Ala Moana Beach Park

Honolulu City Council, District 5:
Kaimuki, Palolo Valley, St. Louis Heights, Manoa, Moiliili, McCully and portions of Ala Moana, Kakaako, and Makiki

Honolulu City Council, District 6:
Portions of Makiki, Downtown Honolulu, Punchbowl, Pauoa Valley, Nuuanu, Alewa Heights, Papakolea, Fort Shafter, Moanalua, Halawa, Aiea, Kalihi Valley and portions of Liliha and Kalihi

Honolulu City Council, District 7:
Kalihi, lwilei, Kalihi Kai, Māpunapuna, Salt Lake, Aliamanu, Hickam, Foster Village, Ford Island and Sand Island

Honolulu City Council, District 8:
Lower Aiea, Pearlridge, Waimalu, Newtown, Pearl City, Seaview, Crestview, Waipio Gentry and portions Waipahu

Honolulu City Council, District 9:
Waikele, Village Park, Royal Kunia, Mililani Town, West Loch, Iroquois Point and portions of Waipahu, Ewa Villages and Ewa Beach

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