Register to vote and have the correct address on your voter registration by July 9, 2020 to receive your Primary Election ballot by mail.
To register to vote, check to see if you are currently registered to vote and update your voter registration, click link https://olvr.hawaii.gov/. There is also a paper voter registration packets in Office of Elections and all are welcome to drop by to fill one out, if you are not already registered - Maui office is at 200 South High Street, Room 708, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793 and they can be reached at Phone: (808) 270-7749.
For Important Dates Click: https://elections.hawaii.gov/about-us/calendar/action~agenda/request_format~html/cat_ids~53/
West Maui Taxpayers Association
FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE--
The West Maui Taxpayers Association (WMTA) invite you to attend the WMTA 2018 Candidates Night. Wednesday, October 24, 2018, at 5:00 pm and will be at the Lahaina Senior Center located at 788 Pauoa St, Lahaina, HI 96761
The WMTA Candidates Night is the only forum of its kind in West Maui – and will feature the Candidates for the following: State Senator District 06, State Representative District 10, Maui Mayor, and Maui County Councilmember-all districts. West Maui is a unique and vibrant community that provides employment opportunities and generates significant tax revenues for the all levels of government. WMTA is also unique in that our mission is to promote efficient use of the taxes generated to invest in infrastructure, services and amenities that help ensure that West Maui remains one of the best places to live, work and visit in the world.
As the WMTA Candidates Night is for West Maui voter education, we ask that any candidate attending please refrain from bringing a large contingent of supporters. No signs, banners or other campaign materials will be allowed inside the West Maui Senior Center, and all election activities must be conducted outside. Anyone displaying disruptive or disrespectful behavior will be asked to leave. There will be a dinner service provided by local businesses and restaurants.
For any questions, please email email@example.com or call 808-661-7990
The WMTA supports effort to educate voters to vote "NO" on this constitutional amendment as it has way too many flaws and is not in the best interests of our community to be on the ballot with this limited and misleading information.
View here for info on this proposed amendment: https://affordablehawaii.net/