Learning that we have a choice to exercise our voices through our votes!
Students throughout the state from public, private, charter, parochial and home schools take part every year in the general election. Check out our slideshow of students learning about and participating in the political process. » Read more...
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You will LOVE how the curriculum and voting experience for students K-12 will ignite their enthusiasm for learning about how our government works -- and practicing the important role that citizens play in our democracy! » Read more...
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WeVoteHawaii Elections 2016
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School Participation Reports
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Mahalo students for voting and teachers for valuable lessons in civic engagement and decision-making.
Election Night at the State CapitolStudents Tristan Scharfenstein-Montfomery (right) and Matthew Mattias (left) share WeVotehawaii results with reporters. Left: Mileka Lincoln,Hawaii News Now, KGMB & KHNL. Top right: Moani Nabarro, KITV. Bottom right: Gina Mangieri, KHON. Center photo: Jeanne Chang, WeVoteHawaii Honolulu WVH Coordinator; Matt; Linda Coble, WVH Board; Tristan; Lyla Berg, WeVoteHawaii Founder.
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Terms of civic engagement: Students learn about importance of voting through We Vote Hawaii mock election. Hawaii Tribune HeraldNovember 3, 2016
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