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Thursday, March 1, 2012
Hawaii Christian Coalition Encourages Turnout for March 13 Caucuses
By News Release @ 8:19 PM :: 7852 Views :: Energy, Environment, National News, Ethics


Dear friends of Hawaii Christian Coalition,     March 1, 2012

Following is a message from the Santorum Hawaii Committee:

"Aloha Garrett,

Here is our message:

We official members of the committee here in Hawaii are trying to identify conservative voters that support Rick Santorum in Hawaii. The reason is that we have a Republican caucus here to vote for the next president of the USA. On March 13th we need the supporters to vote from 6 to 8 pm at the appropriate polling place.

We have a Facebook site just for supporters and will ask those who will volunteer to spread the word and/or be a poll watcher. Santorum Hawaii is a closed Facebook group and supporters are asked to be included by sending us an invitation to "Ask to Join Group". If you are not on Facebook email Kimo Sutton at

Our grass roots organization has just expanded the reach to our Christian coalitions as they are strong when asked to turnout. Be it marriage, gaming, or life, we have to show our unity. Without it the opposition does not know of our strength and commitment. When we come out to vote the whole country will see our support for the conservative and Christian candidate Rick Santorum.

May God bless you and continue to bless the USA.

Mahalo nui loa,

Warner Kimo Sutton

Mary Smart

Elizabeth Lyons

Hawaii Grass roots for Santorum (officially appointed by the national campaign)"

Link to Santorum Hawaii Facebook page where you can click "Ask to Join Group":

LINK: March 13 Caucus Locations

Is this an endorsement?  A message from Garret Hashimoto  3-1-2012
I actually am not endorsing a Republican candidate as you well know how contentious politics can be. However I will send out emails if Republican committees have a message. I have also invited the Romney supporters to send out a message.  The ultimate goal is to see Obama out of office.
Garret Hashimoto
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Message from the Romney Committee Hawaii

Sent to Hawaii Christian Coalition members  3-9-2012

We are less than 10 days away from the Hawaii Republican Presidential Caucuses...and Mitt Romney needs your help! He has momentum and a clear message to the American people: more jobs, less debt, smaller government. And its a message that will help us defeat President Obama in November.

But make no mistake, this campaign is about more than replacing a President. It's about restoring America's promise. Mitt's campaign is about hope, the dream and the promise of America-- that our future is better and brighter than this troubled times. That is why we are asking you to vote for Mitt Romney and for America's future this Tuesday, March 13th at the Hawaii Republican Presidential Caucuses. Learn how to caucus in Hawaii by clicking here.

We are hoping you will be willing to sign up yourself, family and friends to participate in campaign activities on Tuesday, March 13th. We will have lots of activities throughout the day with varying time commitments, so we hope that even if you have a few hours to spare you'll join us in helping deliver Hawaii's delegates to Governor Mitt Romney! Click here to sign up!

Want to help get Hawaii Republicans out to the polls on Tuesday March 13th and cast their vote for Mitt? Help call voters from the comfort of your own home, all you need is a computer and a phone! Go to's Call from Home Center and follow the step by step instructions. It is incredibly easy and a big help in making sure we get the word out about the upcoming caucus.

Finally, for those of you who missed it, our very own Hawaii for Romney Chairman, Fritz Rohlfing, did an outstanding job on PBS Insights with Dan Boylan. He, along with HRP Chairman David Chang and representatives from the other Presidential candidates were on hand to talk about the upcoming caucuses. Watch the whole show here. Feel free to share with others, especially those who are undecided.

If you have any questions, visit us at or email us at We really hope you will join us and stand with Mitt Romney.

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