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When and where to help HSTA's recommended candidates

Find out where your sign waving support is needed across the state

 Monday, November 5

  • (6-8 a.m.) State House District 36 Candidate Marilyn Lee Signwaving. Mililani Mauka. On Meheula Parkway, fronting Mililani Mauka McDonalds. 
  • (4-7:30 p.m.) Democratic Grand Rally at Mooheau Band stand at Hilo Bayfront. Sign waving before the event and help at the Democratic tent as well as at the tents for Ige/Green and Mazie Hirono.
  • (4-6 p.m.) Lt. Gov. Candidate Dr. Josh Green Signwaving. Honolulu. Punchbowl St. and Vineyard Blvd. 
  • (3:30-5:30 p.m.) State Senator Maile Shimabukuro Signwaving. Honokai Hale.
  • (4-6 p.m.) State House District 36 Candidate Marilyn Lee Signwaving. Mililani. Mililani town side, at Meheula Parkway and Kuahelani. Park on Kuahelani.
  • (4–6 p.m.) State Senator Matt LoPresti Signwaving. Ewa. In front of Queens Medical Center West on Ft. Weaver Rd.
  • (6:45-8 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. East Honolulu.  Waialae Iki Park. (West bound).  
  • (4:30-6 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. East Honolulu.  Ainakoa Ave./Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection. 
  • (4:30-5:45 p.m.) Gov. David Ige and Lt. Gov. Candidate Dr. Josh Green Signwaving. Kahului/Maui. By the Sears store.

Tuesday, November 6, GENERAL ELECTION DAY

  • Sign-waving wherever you choose (please remember that you cannot be closer than 200 feet from a polling site and its appurtenances, e.g., parking lots)
  • (8-10 a.m.) State House District 46 Candidate Amy Perruso Signwaving. Wahiawa. California and Rose St. 
  • (6:45- ?? a.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. East Honolulu. Waialae Iki Park. (West bound). 
  • (7a.m.–4 p.m.) State Senator Maile Shimabukuro Signwaving. Nanakuli. Across from Haleakala Avenue on Farrington Hwy.

  • (7a.m.–12 p.m.) State Senator Maile Shimabukuro Signwaving. Mahaka. At Makaha Elementary, with State Rep. Cedric Gates.

  • (All Day) State Senator Matt LoPresti Signwaving. Ewa. In front of Queens Medical Center West on Ft. Weaver Rd. 
  • (9:30-10:45 a.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Kaneohe. (With Gov. Ige and First Lady Dawn Ige) Likelike Hwy./Kamehemeha Hwy intersection, "Four Corners," near First Hawaiian Bank. 
  • (11:15-12:15 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Honolulu. (With Gov. Ige and First Lady Dawn Ige) Nimitz Hwy. in front of the Nimitz Center/Best Buy area.
  • (1-2 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Aiea. (With Gov. Ige and First Lady Dawn Ige) Kamehameha Hwy./Honomanu St. intersection (Across from Forty Niner Restaurant).
  • (6-10 p.m.) General Election results night. Hilo/Hawaii Island. ILWU Hall on Lanikaula St., downtown Hilo.

Wednesday, November 7, MAHALO Signwaving

  • Mahalo sign-waving wherever you choose
  • (6-7 a.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Kaneohe. Kahekili Hwy./Kulukeoe St.
  • (4:30-5:30 p.m.) Mahalo sign waving for all HSTA-recommended candidates. Hilo/Hawaii Island. Kamehameha Ave. by the King Kamehameha statue at the Hilo Bayfront.
  • (3:30-6 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. East Honolulu. Ainakoa Ave./Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection (East bound & West bound); Alternative Ais Waieli St. /Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection (next signal intersection); Alternative B is Waiholo St./Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection (after Kalani High intersection). 
  • (3:30-6 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Nanakuli.  Zablan Beach Park fronting Farrington Hwy.  
  • (4-5:30 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Kailua. Pali Hwy./Kamehameha Hwy. intersection (Caste Junction).

Thursday, November 8, MAHALO Signwaving

  • Mahalo sign-waving wherever you choose
  • (3:30-6 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving.  East Honolulu.  Ainakoa Ave./Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection (East bound); Alternative A is Waieli St./Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection (next signal intersection); Alternative B is Waiholo St./Kalanianaole Hwy. intersection (after Kalani H.S. intersection).
  • (4-5:30 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Waipahu. Farrington Hwy. (West o Waipahu/Kamehemeha Hwy. (North to Waikele) split, known as the "Waipahu Triangle."  

Friday, November 9, MAHALO Signwaving

  • (4-5:30 p.m.) Gov. David Ige Signwaving. Kaneohe. Likelike Hwy./Kamehemeha Hwy intersection, "Four Corners," near First Hawaiian Bank. 

 

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Author: Keoki Kerr
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