2018 KOHO PONO LEGISLATIVE REPORT CARD
Koho Pono means to Elect or Choose Wisely. This Legislative Report Card will help you make an informed decision when choosing a candidate to represent your voice in government. KOHO PONO highlights key measures from the 2018 Hawai`i State Legislative Session and features the voting record of elected officials on legislation that impact Kanaka Maoli people and lands. New this year we added a section on where Gubernatorial candidates stand on issues that are important to the Kanaka Maoli communities and supporters and a section on why to vote NO on the Constitutional Convention question.
Here is the grading scale for Hawai’i State Legislators:
A = Voted pro-Hawaiian
C = Voted against the interests of Hawaiians with reservations.
F = Voted against the interest of Hawaiians.
NOTE: The Report Card is set up to be printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper.
To download a pdf version of the 2018 Koho Pono Legislative Report Card click HERE.
REGISTER TO VOTE
Register and VOTE in the next Hawai’i State Election:
Online Hawai’i State Voter Registration
Last day to Register for Primary: July 12, 2018 Last day to Register for General: October 9, 2018
**NEW THIS YEAR Voters are eligible for late registration for the Primary and General Election at either an early walk-in voting location or an election day polling place.**
Primary: Saturday, August 11, 2018
General: Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Polls are open from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Where do the OHA Candidates stand on Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on Mauna a Wākea?
For additional information click HERE.
VOTE ‘A‘OLE to another costly State Constitutional Convention
For additional information on why to Vote NO on another costly Con-Con click HERE.
Where do the Gubernatorial Candidates
stand on Kanaka Maoli Issues?
To find out where the 2018 Gubernatorial Candidates stand on Kanaka Maoli issues and read their full responses click HERE.
Ka Lāhui Hawaiʻi Political Action Committee is a grassroots organization that takes no State or Federal funding for its nation building efforts. Mahalo to our community sponsors: Hawaiʻi’s People’s Fund, Kim Coco Fund for Justice of the Iwamoto Foundation, and the PAC Foundation.
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