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70 Republicans Running for Oahu Neighborhood Board
By News Release @ 1:19 AM :: 7167 Views :: Honolulu County, Republican Party

NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD ELECTIONS OPEN.

LOOK FOR YOUR PASSWORD COMING IN THE MAIL SOON FOR ONLINE VOTING!

From Honolulu County Republican Party

Aloha,     April 30, 2017

The freedom to vote is our most important political right and is a cornerstone of our democracy.  The Honolulu County Republican Party encourages you to exercise that right and begin the fight to take back our state one neighborhood at a time.

“A vote for President may be a grain of sand on the beach, but your local votes can be rocks in a bucket… local elections are the ones that have the most significant impact on your daily life.” John Kinnear author askyourdadblog.com.

Excerpt from Oahu’s Neighborhood Board System Member Guidebook:

"The Responsible City”, was chosen by the City Charter Commission when it presented the revised City Charter to the voters in 1972. A major component of this concept is full citizen participation in government so that the powers of the City shall properly serve and advance the aspirations of its citizens.

However, the initiative for action must come from the people. While Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Boards were established under the Charter as a means to increase and assure effective citizen participation, their creation and implementation are optional.

The Neighborhood Plan, which designates boundaries and provides for neighborhood formation, leaves many decisions open to the community so that a neighborhood-specific approach can be implemented.

A Neighborhood Board consists of community residents – your friends, family, and neighbors.  They represent you!

Neighborhood Board Election Frequently Asked Questions

1.  When will the Board elections take place?  The election is slated to begin April 28, 2017 and end May 19, 2017.

2.  When will I receive my passcode?  Passcodes will be mailed out prior to Friday, April 28, 2017. You should expect to receive it within 3-4 days.

3.  Online Voting: Log onto Vote Here - Online Voting Ends: 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 19, 2017

4.  Don’t have internet access?  The following voting sites with computer access will be open during the voting period of April 28, 2017 through May 19, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.:

  • Kapolei Hale conference room A, 1000 Ulu'ohi'a Street (Monday thru Friday) 
  • Kapalama Hale, Dillingham Boulevard, Suite 160 (Monday thru Friday) 
  • The KEY project in Kahalu‘u at 47-200 Waihe‘e Road from 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (Monday thru Friday) 
  • Any public library on Oahu within the Hawaii State Public Library System (see library hours) 
  • Voting by Mail - If you are unable to vote online, you may request a paper ballot by calling the Ballot Request Hotline at 768-3763 no later than Monday, May 15, 2017, 4:30 p.m. with your full name, last four digits of your SSN, and residential address. Returned ballots must be postmarked by Friday, May 19, 2017 and received by the NCO no later than Friday, May 26, 2017.
5.  When will the results be announced?  The results are released no later than 7 days following the end of voting.
For more information on contested seats and candidates:

Republican members running for Neighborhood Board.


Area Board* Whole Name
Manoa 07 02 ANDERSEN, GK
North Shore 27 03 ANDERSEN, Leif
Koolauloa 28 03 AUNA, Vanley Kealiiloa
Kailua 31 04 BARTLEY, Larry
Diamond Head/Kapahulu/St. Louis Heights 05 03 BOWMAN, Judith A.
Waialae-Kahala 03 00 BRADY, Arnold
Kaneohe 30 04 BURBAGE, Lora
Waipahu 22 02 BURKE, Marty
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 CAPELOUTO, D. Kalani
Hawaii Kai 01 00 CHAE, Chelsea Y.
Aliamanu/Salt Lake/Foster Village 18 00 CHING, Eric H.L.
North Shore 27 02 CHUN, Calvin M.
Pearl City 21 00 CLEMENTE, Roger G.
Waikiki 09 03 COOK, Dolores Marie
North Shore 27 02 COURTENAY, Henry V.
Kailua 31 04 DARNELL, Matthew J.
Aliamanu/Salt Lake/Foster Village 18 00 EGGE, Dennis
Kalihi-Palama 15 00 ERB, Robert E. Jr.
Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 01 FENTON, Larry
Ewa 23 00 FEVELLA, Kurt
Hawaii Kai 01 05 GOODE, Brian
Kalihi-Palama 15 00 GUERRERO, Donald R.
Palolo 06 00 HACK, Randolph C.
Kaimuki 04 02 HAGADONE, Mark R.
Waikiki 09 03 HENSKI, Kathryn
Ewa 23 00 HOCHULI, Ron
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 JONES, H. Stanley
Kuliouou-Kalani Iki 02 07 JUNGE, Megan
Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 03 KAWANO, Richard H.
Liliha/Puunui/Alewa/Kamehameha Heights 14 00 KAYANO, Ron
Liliha/Puunui/Alewa/Kamehameha Heights 14 00 KEALOHA-LINDSEY, Mela
Mililani/Waipio/Melemanu 25 00 KUPUKAA, Katherine T.
Manoa 07 02 KWAK, Jae
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 LEGAL, Jack M.
Kuliouou-Kalani Iki 02 07 LIM, Richard
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 LOWE, Chris
Downtown-Chinatown 13 00 LYE, Kevin
Kailua 31 01 MORGAN, Rene
Kaimuki 04 02 OKAMURA, Sharon
Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 01 OROZCO, Michael
Mililani/Waipio/Melemanu 25 00 OSHIRO, Diana
Mililani Mauka/Launani Valley 35 00 OSTROV, Mark
Liliha/Puunui/Alewa/Kamehameha Heights 14 00 PERALLON, Joshua M.
North Shore 27 03 PHILIPS, Carol
Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus 10 01 REINDOLLAR, Chuck F.
Kaneohe 30 00 SAN NICOLAS, Felipe
Hawaii Kai 01 06 SCHREINER, Herb Keoki
Hawaii Kai 01 05 SHIELDS, Gary W. W.
Mililani/Waipio/Melemanu 25 00 SMART, Mary
Downtown-Chinatown 13 00 SMILEY, John M.
Kailua 31 04 SMITH, Al
Downtown-Chinatown 13 00 SMYTH, Thomas
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 SOUZA, Evelyn
Kailua 31 01 SPEED, John
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 SPREG, Thad
Liliha/Puunui/Alewa/Kamehameha Heights 14 05 STUBBS, Robert S.
Kalihi-Palama 15 00 TEMPLO, Edgardo
Koolauloa 28 01 TILLEY, Butch
Downtown-Chinatown 13 00 TOM, Bob
Kailua 31 04 TOMASA, Claudine Miki
Aiea 20 02 VASQUEZ, Lynn
Pearl City 21 00 VERAY, Larry
Diamond Head/Kapahulu/St. Louis Heights 05 02 VILLERS, Bryn
Kailua 31 03 WEINBERG, Ronald S.
Kailua 31 04 WELLER, Gary E.
Makakilo/Kapolei/Honokai Hale 34 00 WILKERSON, Hal
Mililani/Waipio/Melemanu 25 01 WILLIAMS, Sharon
Diamond Head/Kapahulu/St. Louis Heights 05 03 WONG, Linda
Nuuanu/Punchbowl 12 02 YOUNG, Sylvia
Kailua 31 03 ZUCKERNICK, Jeff

* Board numbers ending in 00 are At-Large candidates.


Calling Young Republicans

The Young Republicans is an organization for members of the Republican Party of the United States between the ages of 18 and 40, though some of which have outreach programs for those between 13 and 18.  It has both a national organization and chapters in individual states.

Young Republican Clubs are both social and political in nature.  Many of them sponsor various social events and networking events for members. In addition, Young Republican Clubs assist Republican political candidates and causes.

For more information about joining the Hawaii Chapter contact Jennifer Anderson at jennifer@gophawaii.com.

“Our young leaders from across the country are fighting to keep the American Dream alive by electing Republicans, supporting conservative values and impacting the government of the next generation.” Young Republicans National Federation

Respectfully,

Brett Kulbis

Honolulu County Chairman

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