DAVID IGE ON OAHU:  Join us for the last stew & rice community rally scheduled for August 1

Teachers for David Ige

Bring your family and friends!

Friday, August 1, 2014 - 6:30 p.m.
Waimaul Elementary School Cafeteria in Aiea, HI
Come meet David Ige at his last STEW & RICE event before the primary election.
Take this opportunity to meet Senator Ige and hear him discuss his reasons for running to be your governor.

Waimalu Elementary School Cafeteria
98-825 Moanalua Rd
Aiea, HI 96701
LINK TO MAP:  https://www.google.com/maps/place/98-825+Moanalua+Rd,+Aiea,+HI+96701/@21.3903659,-157.9495063,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x7c0068aa540767d5:0x552fa8d65c2c9baf

David Ige with Honolulu teachers.
David Ige met with Honolulu members attending a summer leadership training on July 25, 2014.

See why teachers are voting for David Ige:
View video athttp://vimeo.com/100970656”> http://vimeo.com/100970656

Take Action NOW!

GOTV - Get Out the VOTE!
Most importantly, don’t forget to VOTE on August 9, 2014!

Please remind family and friends that there are many ways to make sure their votes count.

If a registered voter requested an absentee ballot, they should watch the mail for their ballots now.

In Person Early Walk-In Voting Locations

Primary: July 28 to August 7, 2014

General: October 21 to November 1, 2014

Please see the schedule of EARLY WALK-IN voting locations on the Office of Elections Web site by going to http://hawaii.gov/elections/voters/abwalk.

QUESTIONS? Contact the State Office of Elections or your County Clerk’s Office:

  Office of Elections: (808) 453-8683
  County of Hawaii: (808) 961-8277
  County of Maui: (808) 270-7749
  County of Kauai: (808) 241-4800
  City and County of Honolulu: (808) 768-3800

Teachers know what’s at stake for public education in this year’s elections.
TAKE A STAND FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION - Make your voice count!

Every education decision is a political decision.  Decision makers such as the governor, state legislators, and congressmen determine impacts to our classrooms and our students.  When you vote, please consider electing friends of education.

Teacher-recommend candidates

The Hawaii State Teachers Association is pleased to announce its recommended candidates for the August 9, 2014 Primary Election.

After much deliberation, teachers are recommending candidates we believe can make a positive difference for Hawaii’s public school students, teachers, and schools.

Candidates seeking HSTA’s recommendations are invited to go through the elections recommendation process.  Through this process, teachers on the Government Relations Committee spend many hours reviewing candidate questionnaires, positions, and backgrounds as well as conducting interviews with candidates on issues closely aligned with our values, teachers, and public education. The committee’s final recommendations are sent to the teachers on HSTA’s Board of Directors for final approval.

We believe this list of recommended candidates represents individuals who share teachers’ commitment to student achievement.

A list of teacher-recommended candidates was mailed to member homes.  You may also view the list by logging in: