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On November 6, 2012, Maui County voters will decide who represents us.

Click on the logo below to view a sample ballot for your precinct in the upcoming General Election.
The ballot is a bit more complex than many folks expect, since in addition to the Federal, State and County level elected official contests, there are 5 Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustee races (Hawaii, Kauai, Molokai, At Large & Maui); and 2 State Constitution Amendments and 11 County Charter Amendments if you live Maui.
Prepare ahead of time, with ample research: our Vote is critically important and worth spending the time to research and discuss with folks you know and trust.

 



All candidates were invited to videotape a three-minute “Meet the Candidate” segment at Akakū.  Click on each candidate’s name to watch their “Meet the Candidate” video.  
(The contents of these videos and the opinions expressed are those of the candidates and do not represent the views of Akakū.)

United States Senate
Each state has two U.S. Senators.  Senator Inouye will continue to represent Hawaiʻi, and Senator Akaka is retiring.  Voters will elect our new Senator, for a a six-year term.

Mazie Hirono (D)
Linda Lingle (R)


United States House of Representatives
The number of U.S. Representatives for each state depends on the size of its population.  Representative Colleen Hanabusa will continue to represent Hawaiʻi’s 1st Congressional District (the urban areas of Honolulu).  Voters from all other areas will elected a new representative from the 2nd Congressional District, for a two year term.

Kawika Crowley (R)
Tulsi Gabbard (D)


Hawaiʻi State Senate (District 6)
Hawaiʻi’s twenty-five State Senators are elected for a four-year term.  In 2012, Maui voters in District Six will elect their State Senator.  District 6 covers part of Lahaina District (Olowalu, Lahaina, Mala, Kaanapali, Honokowai, Kapalua, Honolua, Honokohau; part of Makawao District (Makena, Wailea, Maui Meadows, part of Keoneoio); and part of Wailuku District (Kamaole, Kihei).

Roz Baker (D)
Bart Mulvihill (D)


Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives
Hawaiʻi’s fifty-one State Representatives are elected for a two-year term.  In 2012, Maui voters in Districts 10, 11, 12 and 13 will elect their State Representative

Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives (District 10)
District 10 covers part of Lahaina District (Olowalu, Lahaina, Mala, Kaanapali,
Honokowai, Kapalua, Honolua, Honokohau)

Chayne Marten (R)
Angus McKelvey (D)

Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives (District 11)
District 11 covers part of Makawao District (Makena, Wailea, Maui Meadows, part of Keoneoio); and part of Wailuku District (Kamaole, Kihei)

George Fontaine (R)
Kaniela Ing (D)

Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives (District 12)
District 12 covers part of Makawao District (Sprecklesville, Pukalani, Makawao, Olinda, Pulehu, Kula, Waiohuli, Keokea, Ulupalakua, part of Keoneoio); and part of Wailuku District (part of Kahului)

Ekolu Kalama (R)
Kyle Yamashita (D)

Hawaiʻi State House of Representatives (District 13)
District 13 covers the Islands of Kahoolawe, Molokini, Lanaʻi, Molokaʻi; part of Makawao
District (Paia, Lower Paia, Haiku, Pauwela, Ulumalu, Huelo, Kailua); and part of Hana
District (Keanae, Wailua, Nahiku, Hana, Hokuula, Hamoa, Puuki, Haou, Muolea, Kipahulu, Kaupo)
Maui County Council
All voters in Maui County elect the nine members of Maui County Council, for two year terms.  Council races are between candidates living in different areas of Maui County.   In 2012, several council members are running for re-election with no opposition.

East Maui
Robert Carroll

West Maui
Elle Cochran

Wailuku - Waihee - Waikapu
Joseph Blackburn
Michael Victorino

Kahului
Alan Fukuyama
Don Guzman

South Maui
Don Couch
Alana Kay

Makawao - Haiku - Paia
Mike White

Upcountry
Gladys Coelho Baisa
Richard Pohle

Lanaʻi
Riki Hokama

Molokaʻi
Stacy Helm Crivello
Wilson "Manuwai" Peters


OHA Trustees
All voters in the State of Hawaiʻi elect the nine members of the Board of Trustees for Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA), for four year terms.  In 2012, five trustees will be elected---one from the Hawaiʻi Island, one from Kauaʻi, one from Molokaʻi, one from Maui Island, and one from any island (a trustee at large).

Hawaiʻi Island (choose one)
Robert K. Lindsey
William (Willy) Meyers
Edwin L.P. Miranda

Kauaʻi (choose one)
Dan Ahuna
Keola Alalem Worthington
Liberta Hussey Albao
Jackie Kahookele Burke
Kanani Kagawa Fu
Haunani Pacheco
Sharom A. Pomroy
Ronson K. Sahut
D. Kaliko Santos
Billy Kealamaikahiki Swain
Leland K. (Radar) Yadao

Molokaʻi
Colette (Piipii) Machado

At Large (choose one)
Keliʻi Akina
Haunani Apoliona
Cal Lee
Lancelot Haili Lincoln
Kealii J. Makekau
Walter Ritte

Maui (choose one)
Johanna K. Amorin
Glenn G. Au
Rose Marie H. Duey
Doreen N. Gomes
Dain P. Kane
Jonah K. Kapu
Carmen K.L. Lindsey



State Senators and Representatives who are running without opposition in the general election will not appear on the ballot and will be automatically re-elected:
Senator Shan S. Tsutsui (District 5)
Senator Kalani J. English (District 7)
Representative Joe Souki (District 8)
Representative Gil S. Coloma Keith-Agaran (District 9)
Amendments To The Maui County Charter
In 2012, Maui County voters will be asked to vote on eleven proposed amendments to the Maui County Charter.
For more information about the proposed amendments, SEE ATTACHMENT BELOW.

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