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Hawaii students create a youth-oriented voter guide

A hui of college and secondary school students known as Ho‘ohuli have created an online voter guide geared toward their generation and the mission embodied in their name, which means to turn, to change or to reform. Read more

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                                Scott Nago, chief elections officer for the Hawaii Office of Elections, stood in front of the Office of Elections, March 25, in Pearl City. Nago joins the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Spotlight Hawaii today.
VIDEO: Hawaii Chief Election Officer Scott Nago, reporter Gordon Pang join the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Spotlight Hawaii

Scott Nago, chief elections officer for the Hawaii Office of Elections, and Gordon Pang, a reporter for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, joined the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Spotlight Hawaii, a new series shining a spotlight on issues affecting Hawaii, and took viewer questions. Read more

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                                City Clerk Glen Takahashi on Tuesday explained the mail-in ballot available to registered voters.
Hawaii officials hope mail-in vote means fewer glitches

With just about everything different in Hawaii’s 2020 primary, state election officials anticipate that glitches, if any, on Aug. 8 could come from the eight real- time, old-school “voter service centers” in the new era of statewide, mail-in voting. Read more

Veteran politicos and newcomers vie for Honolulu mayor

The 15 candidates vying to become Honolulu’s next mayor can be divided into two camps: those trying to persuade voters that these unprecedented times require a leader with political experience and those who argue the COVID-19 crisis demands fresh and creative thinking from someone outside government. Read more

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / OCT. 24, 2018
                                While much attention has been put on this year’s contests for Honolulu mayor and prosecuting attorney, voters shouldn’t forget that five of nine City Council seats are up for grabs.
5 races will decide Honolulu City Council’s future

While much attention has been put on this year’s contests for Honolulu mayor and prosecuting attorney, voters shouldn’t forget that five of nine City Council seats are up for grabs. Read more


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