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Hawaii Supreme Court Strikes Down Ballot Measure

Hawaii Supreme Court Strikes Down Ballot Measure:  The Hawaii Supreme Court has struck down the question that was to have appeared on the General Election ballot, “Shall the legislature be authorized to establish, as provided by law, a surcharge on… Read More

Vote for OHA Trustee Candidates

Vote for OHA Trustee Candidates (non-partisan race):  Vote!  Vote! Vote!  All voters can cast votes for the OHA Trustee positions.  Running for election are:  Delegates at Large (3 seats to be filled):  (D) Rowena Akana; (D) Lei Ahu Isa; (D)… Read More

Hawai‘i State ConCon – ‘Ae-‘A‘ole?

A HAWAII STATE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION – YES OR NO? On November 6, 2018, the General Election ballot will contain the question, “Shall there be a convention to propose a revision of or amendments to the Constitution?” A “yes” vote supports holding a constitutional… Read More

OHA Trustee Candidate Forum Airing Soon

Tune in to ‘Olelo Channel 49. to hear the views of candidates for the position of Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustee.  Hosted by the Hawaiian Affairs Caucus, Democratic Party of Hawaii.  Featured candidates:  At-Large Seats:  Lei Ahu Isa, William J.… Read More

HAC Nomination Form

HAC Nomination Form DOCX Download and submit this form to nominate someone for the At-Large Maui and At-Large Kauai seat. Deadline Oct. 20.

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Micronesians fight racism in Hawaii

I would like to share this article with HAC members. I believe Anita’s experiences are real and we could all learn from it as Micronesians fight against racism in Hawaii. We can all learn from her observations. Leimomi View this… Read More

HAC Legislative Committee Meeting Sep. 26

Aloha e nā hoa, The HAC’s legislative committee will begin to prepare for the 2019 legislative session with a meeting next Wednesday, September 26. You’re invited to attend. My goals for this meeting are to briefly recap the successes and failures… Read More

OHA Races Results

Here are the results of the OHA races: Kalei Akaka and Esther Kia’aina go head to head in the general election for the OHA O’ahu resident seat.  Ms. Akaka garnered 15.7% (or 44,917) votes; and Ms Kia’aina 13.9% (or 39,875)… Read More

Congressional Candidates’ Statements

Aloha, The Hawaiian Affairs Caucus respectfully requests that you consider the statements of the candidates for congressional District I and II positions concerning Native Hawaiians as  you cast your ballot for these positions. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT I “It is the unique… Read More