January 20, 2015
My family and I want to start by wishing you a Happy New Year. We remain committed to building a real two-party democracy in Hawaii. Our state is dominated by big unions, big businesses and big media, for a big government that services themselves to the detriment of the community. While we are disappointed in the election results of 2014, that doesn't mean we should just give up and give in to the one-party political machine in our state.
Instead, I encourage you to continue to fight on and be part of the resistance against the local machine that cares for nothing beyond the self-preservation of power for itself and its friends. Please consider joining us at the upcoming Republican Party district caucuses taking place across the state over the next several weeks.
Below is more information from the Hawaii GOP about the time and location of the upcoming caucuses. Best wishes.
Charles K. Djou
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Republicans Gather to Elect Leaders
All Registered Republicans Notified of Upcoming Caucuses In Their Neighborhood
News Release from Hawaii Republican Party January 19, 2015
Per section 320 and 326 of the Rules of the Republican Party of Hawaii, and under the direction of the State Executive and County Committees, the Republican Party of Hawaii is proud to announce the annual precinct and district caucus elections.
To be held on a single day for each island, Republicans will gather to elect precinct and district officers, and elect delegates and alternates to the 2015 State Convention.
Delegates and alternates to the 2015 State Convention will elect the officers of the Republican Party of Hawaii, including State Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Vice-Chairs who will serve through the 2016 Presidential election cycle.
MAUI COUNTY - Saturday, January 31
HONOLULU COUNTY - Thursday, February 5
HAWAII COUNTY - Saturday, February 7
KAUAI COUNTY - Saturday, February 7
Do YOU want to have a say in who is elected to lead the Republican Party of Hawaii in 2016 and beyond?
To participate, follow the steps below:
1) Register as a Member of the Republican Party of Hawaii by clicking here at least 10 days before your scheduled caucus meeting. If you are unsure if you are registered or have moved in the last five years, complete the form again to ensure you are marked as a Republican in the official roles maintained by the HRP HQ. Per section 320 (B) of the Republican Party of Hawaii rules, a person must be registered with Party Headquarters no later than 5:00 p.m. at least 10 days prior to the day of the scheduled election to vote. Brand new walk-ins are still welcome and may be able to become delegates. To find your precinct put your address in the City Clerk’s web page: http://www4.honolulu.gov/vote/ Again, if you are unsure if you have completed a membership card or who have moved in the last five years, complete another membership form at the link above.
2) Locate your caucus meeting date and location by clicking here. If you are unsure which district you live in, visit the "Find Your Polling Place" website at this link and enter your address. Match the corresponding district with the caucus locations in the link above.
3) Attend your caucus meeting and vote!
The future of the Republican Party of Hawaii is on your hands. Will you rise to the challenge?
For questions regarding your Republican Party membership or caucus location, please email email@example.com.