Join the Ige Campaign on April 18, 2014

David Ige for Governor

Teachers are invited to meet with the Ige Campaign on Friday, April 18, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Ige Headquarters located on 1110 University Avenue in Honolulu.  Retired teachers are also invited!  Come join us to find out how we can work together for the future of our children and Hawaii.  Mahalo.

David Ige for Governor
http://www.davidige.org/about-david/

Your ideas and your help are needed!

The average teacher is focused on the students in their classroom.  Getting involved in political action does not come naturally and it tests teachers’  comfort zones. However, when we elect candidates who support teachers and public education we have a better chance of improving student learning and helping all children in Hawaii maximize their potential.

David Ige, Cliff Fukuda

IGE VOLUNTEER CENTER
No matter where you live, your help is appreciated.  Please go to the David Ige for Governor Web site to sign up as a volunteer:
http://www.davidige.org/volunteer-center/


We appreciate your support and interest in helping our campaign for Governor.

“This campaign is not about an individual person. It is about empowering the people of Hawaii to take action and create a brighter future for all our citizens. The quest for a better Hawaii begins with you and together we can begin to move our state forward.”

Oahu Campaign Headquarters
1110 University Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii

808-462-4567
844-468-8800 Toll Free


Find out more about why every education decision is a political decision and HSTA’s recommended candidates by watching President Wil Okabe’s video message on VIMEO at http://vimeo.com/87244543
- See more at: http://www.hsta.org/news/supporting-friends-of-education#sthash.gWo7w27L.dpuf


Take Action Now

Aloha Colleagues,
The future of public education in Hawaii is in the hands of our elected officials.  The average teacher is focused on the students in their classroom.  Getting involved in political action does not come naturally and it tests teachers’ comfort zones. However, when we elect candidates who support teachers and public education we have a better chance of improving student learning and helping all children in Hawaii maximize their potential.  Find out more about why every education decision is a political decision and HSTA’s recommended candidates by watching President Wil Okabe’s video message on VIMEO at http://vimeo.com/87244543
Please register to vote and encourage your friends and family members to register too.

Mahalo.

How to register to vote
State of Hawaii, Office of Elections   http://hawaii.gov/elections
Some of the information on the Office of Elections Web site includes elections dates and deadlines, registration and absentee voting forms and information.

Election Dates & Voter Information

Voter Registration Form
Wiki Wiki Voter Registration
http://hawaii.gov/elections/forms/voter_pab_application_english.pdf

Permanent Absentee voting information
http://hawaii.gov/elections/factsheets/fsvs507.pdf

Absentee voting information
http://hawaii.gov/elections/factsheets/fsvs500.pdf

◦ Primary Registration Deadline: July 10, 2014
◦ Primary Absentee Application by: August 2, 2014
◦ Primary Election: August 9, 2014
    Polling Place Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
◦ General Registration Deadline: October 6, 2014
◦ General Absentee Application by: October 28, 2014
◦    General Election: November 4, 2014 
    Polling Place Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Where to Vote
Questions regarding voter registration status or polling place locations should be directed to the appropriate City/County Clerk:
County of Hawaii 961-8277
County of Maui 270-7749
County of Kauai 241-4800
City & County of Honolulu 768-3800

Additional questions? 
For additional information, call the VOTER HOTLINE

(808) 453-VOTE (8683)

Neighbor Islands call toll-free
1-800-442-VOTE (8683)