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WeVoteHawaii Elections 2016
The WeVoteHawaii ohana extends sincere condolences to Board Chair Linda Coble on the loss of her husband Kirk Matthews. Kirk supported WeVoteHawaii from its beginning through newscasts, attending events, and always being there for us. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Linda and the Matthews family.
Principals or Heads of Schools : Please email the name and email address of your School Level Ambassador (SLA) to the WeVoteHawaii Coordinator who has contacted you or use the Contact Us Form under the About section of this website. Each school must have an SLA who will be responsible for printing Student Passwords for students at your school to vote in the WeVoteHawaii General Elections. Instructions for printing of Student Passwords will be sent to Principals/Heads of Schools and SLAs in September.
Teachers: If your school does not have a School Level Ambassador (SLA) to print Student Passwords to vote, please see your Principal or Head of School to volunteer (see information above for Principals or Heads of Schools).
Start looking up District and Precinct Numbers in advance of voting (needed for Practice and Official WVH voting). If this is the first time you are looking up the numbers, it is suggested that you read the instructions.
Practice voting for WVH General Election begins (Student Passwords NOT required; District & Precinct Numbers are needed.)
September 26 to October 21
Printing & distribution of Student Passwords for WVH General Election by School Level Ambassadors or designee(s)
September to November 8
On-campus spirit-building for participation in the online voting, e.g., voter registration drives, school rallies, candidate forums
October 25 to November 8
WeVoteHawaii GENERAL ELECTION with required student passwords & voting district and precinct numbers
WVH General Election results will be posted online at 6 PM, Tuesday, Nov. 8
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