Koho Pono 2019


To download a pdf version of the 2019 Koho Pono Legislative Report Card HERE.

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 2019 Hawai`i State Legislative Session and features the voting record of elected officials on legislation that impact Kanaka Maoli people and lands. 

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 2019 Koho Pono Legislative Report Card HERE.


Mahalo to Representative AMY PERRUSO for introducing House Bill 1067. This bill would prohibit any development on conservation lands of the Mauna Kea summit at 6,000 feet above sea level and higher.


Mahalo to Senator JARRETT KEOHOKALOLE for introducing Senate Concurrent Resolution 178 which requests additional protections for the Mauna Kea summit due to its religious significance and important cultural and
natural resources.

Help us protect Mauna Kea by supporting these measures during the 2020 Legislative Session. For more information keep checking our website or email us at kalahuihawaiipoliticalactioncommittee.org.

CLICK HERE to read the House Bill 1067 or CLICK HERE to read Senate Concurrent Resolution 178.


Register and VOTE in the next Hawai’i State Election:
Online Hawai’i State Voter Registration

Applications must be submitted to your Clerk’s Office by:

Last day to Register for Primary: July 9, 2020                                               Last day to Register for General: October 5, 2020

**Rule change in 2018. Voters are now 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: August 8, 2020
General: November 3, 2020
Voting closes at 7:00 p.m

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: Native Voices Rising, Alison Lewis, and the PAC Foundation.

To get a hardcopy of the 2019 Koho Pono Legislative Report Card mailed to you email klhpoliticalactioncommittee@gmail.com