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Thursday, May 20, 2010
Special Election Polls close Saturday: Djou pushes voter turnout
By News Release @ 12:46 PM :: 10105 Views :: Maui County, Education K-12, Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics

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If you are a registered voter in the First Congressional District and have not yet voted, today, Thursday, May 20, is your last chance to vote in person at City Hall.

For those of you who did not receive a ballot in the mail, this will be your last opportunity to vote in the special election.  Absentee Walk-In Voting at City Hall, 530 S. King St., is open today from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

If you have the ballot you received in the mail, you can still cast your vote for Charles and drop your ballot off at the Office of Elections, located at 802 Lehua Ave. in Pearl City.  The deadline to return the ballot is 6pm on Saturday.

On Saturday, you can also drop your ballot off at the State Capitol near the Father Damien statue until 6pm. 

If you or someone you know needs a ride to City Hall, the Office of Elections or the State Capitol, please call the campaign at 979-6556 or email us at  

We are in the home stretch with only two days left until Election Day.  Our volunteers are working hard to encourage every last supporter to return their ballot in the next 48 hours.

If you want to help us in these critical last days, you can still come in and phone bank at our headquarters located at 725 Kapiolani Blvd.  We will be calling all day tomorrow from 9am-8pm and on Friday from 9am-4pm.  Just come down whenever you have time. 

We will also be sign waving all over the district.



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