Democratic Party of Hawaii precinct meetings set

The Democratic Party of Hawaii Precinct Meetings are happening statewide on Wednesday. The party representative process will choose precinct and district officers and delegates to county and state conventions.

Kauai has allotments for 65 democratic convention delegates.

These officers will have the ability to influence many issues, including resolutions, platforms, and environment.

Going to your precinct meeting and becoming a precinct officer and/or convention delegate is essential to participate in voting, debating, and decision making for county and state conventions, as well as party platforms, according to a press release.

“We hope that people will come out and elect their officers for the areas they live in,” said Democrat Janice Bond. “If they’re not Democratic party members, they can register that night.”

All members can run for district chair, observe the new District Council electing leaders, and verify the recorded results.

To be elected, nominate yourself or have a friend nominate you. You can also nominate friends and people you admire or trust to lead and represent the party and organize its collective work.

Kauai precinct meetings will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at the following locations:

• District 14: Precincts 1 and 2, Kilauea Neighborhood Center, 2460 Keneke St., Kilauea

• District 14: Precinct 3, 4 and 5, Kapaa Neighborhood Center, 4491 Kou St., Kapaa

• District 15: All Precincts, HGEA Hall, 3213 Akahi St., Lihue

• District 16: Precinct 1, Kaaina Hull’s House, 5359 Malino Rd., Koloa

• District 16: Precinct 2, Kalaheo School Library, 4400 Maka Rd., Kalaheo

• District 16: Precinct 3, Hanapepe Library, 4490 Kona Rd., Hanapepe

• District 16: Precinct 4, Waimea Neighborhood Center, 4556 Makeke Rd., Waimea

• District 16: Precincts 5 and 6, Kekaha Neighborhood Center, 8131 Elepaio Rd., Kekaha

  1. Sunrise_blue March 6, 2018 8:20 am Reply

    District 16; pricinct 5 & 6, Kekaha. Really good to hear Kekaha has a meeting. 6 pm – 8 pm.

    I know it must be some concern over it. But if you notice, the only jobs in town are labor, county parks and recreation, state forestry dept., stores, and the elementary school as a teacher. First issue; in the area of medical, are they deducting more property taxes for cost that is used to supplement the local taxes collected, to help facilitate Waimea’s hospital KVMH?

  2. Sunrise_blue March 6, 2018 8:38 am Reply

    Second; this is a touchy subject. In the area of medical, will they hold someone accountable if he made a person pregnant, namely his lover, not married, but still needing medical help in town? Over 21 years of age. If so, will they be arrested for being in this predicament? No health coverage. Not rape, just lovers.

  3. Sunrise_blue March 6, 2018 8:44 am Reply

    Third issue; free rider program. Are they collecting timely checks for vehicle safety checks and insurance? To DOT. If not, why not? State taxes for roads come from this dept.

  4. Sunrise_blue March 6, 2018 8:56 am Reply

    Lastly, every year the 4th of July is celebrated at Faye Park in Kekaha. Why can’t they set up a county fund, CDs, to insure proper funding come July, when the money is needed. Who in town supports this event? Just drop it in the account for added funds to be increased in the bank. Do the town’s people know this? Donations to KCA

  5. Sunrise_blue March 6, 2018 9:10 am Reply

    One more topic; this fourth of July, there may be extra fireworks smoking and extra carbon dioxide mixed with sulfur dioxide in the air, a highly toxic substance. Will KVMH extend its doors to anyone including elders needing medical assistants? Because he or she has a hard time breathing

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