Politics

Where Can You Vote Early, Before the Nov. 4 General Election?

Walk-in voting begins this week for registered voters in Hawai‘i.

A Record Year for Hawai‘i Libertarian Candidates

Third-largest party in the U.S. yet to win elective office in Hawai‘i.

How a Las Vegas Crooner Won Enough Votes to Help Keep Hawai‘i’s U.S. Senate Race a Nail Biter

Las Vegas entertainer Brian Evans ran for U.S. Senate to bring attention to his mother’s unfortunate death from sleep apnea.

Candidates for Governor Face Off in Three TV Debates

Don’t miss these last chances to see where the candidates stand on issues important to Hawai‘i.

The 5 Proposed Statewide Ballot Measures You Should Know

Get to know these five constitutional amendments up for vote across the state. Plus, seven county charter amendments on Big Island, Maui and Kaua‘i.

Missed the Aiona, Davis, Hanneman and Ige Face Off on PBS Hawai‘i? Here’s What You Need to Know

Gubernatorial candidates sought to paint themselves as change agents as they seek to replace ousted Gov. Neil Abercrombie.

How to Register to Vote in the Hawai‘i General Election

Want to vote in the general election on Nov. 4? Find out how to register.

5 Chances This Month to Meet Hawai‘i Gubernatorial Candidates Ige, Aiona, Hannemann and Davis

Candidates for governor will face off in several forums over next two weeks, including two televised debates.

Hawai‘i Races to Watch: Mark Takai’s State House Seat Up for Grabs

Candidates in the House District 33 race in ‘Aiea hope to address rapid redevelopment in the community. Voters will pick between the long-time owner of ‘Aiea Florist and an athletic director.

Hawaii Races to Watch: Two Attorneys Face Off in City Council District 4 (East Honolulu-Waikiki-Ala Moana)

Meet City Council 4 candidates Tommy Waters and Trevor Ozawa. They will face off in the Nov. 4 general election.

Races to Watch: Ewa Voters Oust Veteran Lawmaker

‘Ewa must choose between a professor, a construction manager and former City Councilmember.

Storm-tossed Puna Voters Get to Vote for Controversial State Rep. Faye Hanohano

Two polling places closed by Tropical Storm Iselle get chance to makeup election. Will they vote for the outspoken Hanohano?

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