|20||Mike||Palcic||(808) 737-1372||(808) email@example.com|
|31||Eric||Ching||(808) 478-9866||(808) 478-9866||eric@firstname.lastname@example.org|
|37||Emil||Svrcina||(808) 627-0281||(808) email@example.com|
|39||Daniel||de Gracia II||(808) 688-2736||(808) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|45||Bill||Nations||(808) 637-6124||(808) email@example.com|
Each District elects a representative to each of the two Standing Committees, in the odd-numbered year, for a two year term. The Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Standing Committees are appointed by the State Chair with the consent of the State Committee.
Rules Committee meets in odd-numbered years to confer on possible beneficial rule changes. Their report is provided to the Convention for consideration, debate, and action. The Standing Committee Chair also considers challenges to elections, or to other actions taken by Party officers or committees.
Issues, Programs, and Platform Committee has in the past met in the few months before the election-year State Convention to propose changes to the Party Platform. In every Convention year it also receives, reviews, and forwards Resolutions offered for the Conention delegates to consider, with its recommendation.
New Programs, Issues groups, and other activities are also the kuleana of the Issues, Programs and Platform Committee year round. Two Vice-Chairs, along with the Chair, are appointed by the Party Chair, ratified by the State Committee, and work with the committee and its subcommittees.
Once elected a delegate to the state convention, you become eligible to vote in your county convention. Your Precinct President may also appoint you, if delegate openings remain, and if you are a registered voter, a Party member, and vote in that precinct, and it is more than 10 days until the convention. If Precincts’ delegations are not filled by April 13, 2017, District Chairs may appoint (from 4/13/17 until 5/3/17), and, in unorganized districts, County Chairs may appoint.
To find your precinct enter your address at http://www4.honolulu.gov/vote/
To find your Precinct President see main web page, ‘ABOUT,’ then Republican Party Leadership, then click on either the Neighbor Island or Honolulu County drop-down box.
Maui County Convention
March 18, 2017
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM (8:30am Registration)
Location: Maui Waena Intermediate School, 795 Onehee Street, Kahului
Contact: Lei Fagan firstname.lastname@example.org 808-280-4151
East Hawaii County Convention
Saturday March 25, 2017
Time: 10;00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Miss Lorraine Shin’s Home at 184 Pu’ueo St. Hilo
Contact: Lorraine Shin email@example.com 864-3995
Honolulu County Convention
March 27th, 2017
Location: Koko Head Elementary, 189 Lunalilo Rd. Honolulu
Time: Registration 5:30, Convene 6:15 PM – 8:30 PM. Credentials closes 6:30 PM.
Contact: Convention Committee Chair Jennifer Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 808-838-9276
$10.00 fee at the door
Delegates: check with your District Chair. Only delegates or alternates elected at precinct caucus, or appointed by March 17th, will be voting delegates at Honolulu County convention. Appointments made for a person not registered to vote, not a Party member, or not resident in the precinct, may not be on the final certified list of delegates. Subsequent appointments (after March 17, 2017) will be State Convention delegates. Non-voting delegates are invited to attend as guests. Find your District Chair under Republican Party Leadership title on main website page, link: http://gophawaii.com/?page_id=1889
District Chairs may get pre-final delegate list from email@example.com beginning Wednesday, March 22nd, by e-mail request, with confidentiality statement attached (unless already on file). Blank form is on ‘Downloadable Documents’ main page, under ‘Home,’ at gophawaii.com, link: http://gophawaii.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/confidentialityagreement-7.2012.pdf
Precinct Presidents‘ lists to be obtained through their District Chair.
Candidates‘ early declaration: e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with copy to Jennifer Anderson email@example.com, and Larie Manutai firstname.lastname@example.org. Declared candidates will be issued the pre-final list of delegates and alternates, and may distribute a flyer via e-mail if submitted (.jpeg please) to email@example.com by Friday March 24, 2017.
Nominations are from the floor, and candidates may nominate themselves.
Offices to be Filled at this Election: Honolulu County Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and Regional Vice-Chairs for East Honolulu, West Honolulu, Leeward, Central, and Windward Oahu. The regional officers are elected ‘at large,’ by all delegates, not from the region’s delegates.
Volunteers contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Convention planning meeting will be Saturday, March 25, 12 Noon to 2 PM, at GOP HQ 725 Kapiolani Blvd., #C-105, validated parking off Kawaiahao St. near Cooke St.
West Hawaii County Convention
April 1, 2017
Time: 12:00 Noon
Location: Waikoloa Community Park,
Corner of Puu Nui St. and Lanikial St.
Contact: David Ross LetsDoThisWestHawaii@gmail.com 808-345-8847
Kauai County Convention
April 8, 2017
Time: 12:00 Noon – 3:00 PM
Location: Lihue United Church, 4340 Nawiliwili Rd, Lihue
Contact: Steve Yoder email@example.com 808-855-5503
Food: Pot Luck
Yes, a TRUMP RALLY FOR HAWAII !
Saturday, March 4th, 2017, ….. Noon.
Kilauea District Park, in Kahala, corner of 22nd and Kilauea Ave.
“We are grassroots not the campaign or paid activist. All supporters are welcome. We have security too. HPD. We love the police.
Only positive remarks for Trump here while any protestors will be asked to leave.
Saturday March 4 at noon in Honolulu at Kilauea District Park is our coordinated Rally with the national support for President Trump rallies. Spirit of America-Hawaii,
You can show your support for our president by attending the rally and opposing the “globalist corporatist media“ and paid protestors of the left anti -Trump losers. Local Press is expected to cover this uprising of support for actions and agenda of the president, across the nation. Spirit of America. Bring signs.
Our program will include speakers from many walks of Hawaii life. Churches, political group, elected officials, and more.
Parking in the area is available even at KCC as the Farmers market finishes. Follow all police directions if park is full.”
Kimo Sutton, event organizer
(see Home Page Menu item for details)
A sample ballot e-mail is being sent again, Monday, November 7th, to every Republican Party member for whom we have an e-mail. Look for it, it will be filled out with the Republican slate for your precinct.
To simply look at your blank sample, this link is on the State Office of Elections website.
We urge you to vote the Republican ticket and, for non-partisan races, Honolulu County Republican Committee has endorsed:
Mayor – Charles Djou
OHA-At-Large – Keli’i Akina
and for the 20 Honolulu Charter amendments, VOTE NO ON ALL 20.
If you leave them blank (unlike the State Constitutional amendments) it will not count as a ‘no’ vote.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th, 7 AM to 6 PM, in Hawaii.
Make sure you know your polling place. If you have the yellow notice post card every voter got in the mail, it tells you. To find your voting location, go to http://www4.honolulu.gov/vote/ Enter your street name and zip code. If the link doesn’t work just search “Find My Polling Place Honolulu” …. the same site works to find every Hawaii polling place, not just Oahu’s.
Or call your County Clerk’s office. http://elections.hawaii.gov/resources/county-election-divisions/
It’s now too late to do early walk-in voting and too late to mail in your absentee ballot. If you mail it late and it doesn’t get to the Elections Office by 6 PM on Tuesday it will not be counted.
So if you still have your absentee ballot take it, Tuesday the 8th of November, to your your polling place or, actually, to any open polling place. Polls open at 7 AM and close at 6 PM.
Drop off your absentee ballot with any precinct polling place worker. You might preferably ask for the Voter Assistance Official if there’s a long line at the poll book sign-in.
As for voting at the polling place, bring an acceptable ID: HI Driver’s License, HI State ID, or military ID.
If you lost your ID you can still vote, go to your polling place and answer the intake person’s questions and you will be able to vote. You may have to go through a separate procedure with the Voter Assistance Official.