Message to Supporters from Hawaii Family Forum Oct 18, 2018
Our office was inundated with requests for a voter's guide but because of funding we were not able to provide one for the Primary Election. We understand that it is difficult to cast a ballot when you are unsure of how new candidates (or long-term legislators) will be a voice for your values. And, if you are voting absentee, you will be receiving your ballot any day now (if you don't already have it!).
It is with this purpose that we present the 2018 General Election Voter Guide in hopes that it will assist you in selecting candidates that most closely reflect your principles of life, liberty, and limited government. We know that many candidates do not respond to our survey, so we have provided live links to their websites, emails and provided a phone number. We strongly encourage you to call your candidate(s) if they did not return the survey. We will update the survey if candidates turn in their LATE responses so check back to this link to see if the revision date has changed. (It will only change if a new revised edition is posted).
Our nonpartisan voters' guide is 501(c)3 compliant and perfectly legal to pass out in churches.
It is our hope that this resource helps you vote with confidence in the November 6th election.
Remember, your vote is your voice - let it be heard loud and clear.
If you would like to vote in the GENERAL ELECTION and are not registered, you may register and vote in-person at any early walk-in voting location operated by your Clerk’s Office but you must vote immediately after completing the voter registration process.
Click the button below to view your guide online or download and print.
Click to Download Voter's Guide
Another resource we have for you is on regarding the two questions that will be on the ballot regarding (1) a CONCON and (2) whether or not the Hawaii State Constitution should be amended to allow the legislature to use real property taxes to fund public education. We conducted two podcasts with local attorney Jim Hochberg to discuss the questions so that you can be better educated on the questions. Our 501C4 community associate, Hawaii Family Advocates, has created informational sheets (one pagers) on each of those issues and they can be downloaded on this link. You can also listen to our two recent podcasts on the questions.
- Shall there be a convention to propose a revision of or amendments to the Constitution? (listen to podcast)
- Shall the legislature be authorized to establish, as provided by law, a surcharge on investment real property to be used to support public education? (listen to podcast)
Mahalo for your patience!
President & CEO