KOHO PONO means to Elect or Choose Wisely by making an informed decision when voting for an Hawaiʻi State elected official to represent your voice. The Koho Pono Legislative Report provides information and insight on key issues impacting Hawaiians and our communities including Mauna Kea, Water Rights, and Hawaiian Lands. Download the pdf version of the Koho Pono report here.
PRIMARY: August 13, 2016
GENERAL: November 8, 2016
REGISTER TO VOTE in the next Hawai’i State Election:
Online Hawai’i State Voter Registration
Last day to Register for Primary: July 14, 2016
Last day to Register for General: October 10, 2016
Here is the grading scale for Hawai’i State Legislators and Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustees:
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 11 x 17 inch paper.
Because the Ka Lahui Hawai’i Political Action Committee is a grassroots organization that takes no State or Federal funding for its efforts we are looking for help with printing costs. If you are interested in sponsoring the printing of the Report Cards please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CANVASSING DATES PAPAKŌLEA: June 25, 2016 WAIMĀNALO: July 2, 2016 & July 16, 2016 KAPOLEI: September 17, 2016 & September 25, 2016 WAIʻANAE: TBD NĀNĀKULI: TBD HAUʻULA: TBD