Now – Sun., Nov 6 – 40 Days for Life, prayer vigil, fasting, & outreach at Planned Parenthood,
1350 S. King St.; http://40daysforlife.com/honolulu
Mon., Oct 17 – OHA Candidates Town Hall, meet the Office of Hawaiian Affairs candidates,
Kapolei Middle School, 91-5335 Kapolei Pkway, 7pm-8pm, open at 6:30pm. All voters are
eligible to vote for OHA trustees.
Tues., Oct 18 – Absentee ballots are mailed out (allow one week).
Your completed and signed ballot must be received by 6pm November 8th. You may also drop off your ballot at
Honolulu Hale or Kapolei City Hall during business hours (7:45am-4:30pm) up to Election
Day or take it to your polling place on November 8th.
Wed., Oct 19 – Presidential Debate, final one from Las Vegas
View on all network and cable news
channels, livestreaming and Facebook Live. Consult your news source for times.
Tues., Oct 25 – Sat., Nov 5 – Early Walk-in Voting and Late Registration,
Electronic and paper voting at Honolulu Hale; Electronic voting only at Kapolei City Hall; M-Sat, 7:45am-4:30pm.
Tues., Nov 1 – Absentee Ballot Request
Last day for registered voters to request a mail-in ballot.
Sun., Nov 6 – Prayer Assembly for the Election
All believers are invited to a “Solemn Assembly” at the State Capitol, 4pm-6pm
Tues., Nov 8 – General Election,
If you have questions go to www.elections.hawaii.gov or call the City Clerk’s office (Election Division) at 768-3800.
Amendments on the ballot
There are two State Constitutional Amendments and twenty City Charter Amendments proposed for 2016. For information on the state amendments go to www.elections.hawaii.gov and for an in-depth description and analysis on the city amendments go to www.honoluluchartercommission.org. (take special note of #15 and #19). If you are voting at a polling place be sure to bring your answers as this speeds up your voting time.