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LIHUE — Thursday is the last day for citizens to register to vote in the Aug. 11 primary election.
Currently, there are 43,265 registered voters on Kauai, with 883 newly registered this election cycle.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the County Clerk’s Elections Division will be offering drive-through voter registration between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the parking area immediately behind the Historic County Building’s annex.
To be eligible to vote, you must be a U.S. citizen, Hawaii resident and at least 18 years old. Individuals who are 16 can pre-register but are not eligible to vote until age 18.
Completed voter registration forms must be received by the Elections Division by 4:30 p.m. July 12. If mailed, voter registration forms must be postmarked on or before July 12.
Online voter registration must be completed by 4:30 p.m. on July 12.
Voter registration forms are available at elections.hawaii.gov, U.S. post offices, public libraries, yellow pages and most state agencies.
For additional information on the elections or on registering to vote, contact the Elections Division at 241-4800.
Because the politicians around town are losers. Look at the names. Then look at the blanks on their application and resume. They are a phoney crew county council members. The economy won’t get better. Home Depot is situated next to KCC (community college), in the same town. I am not a student there. But if you are voting as a college student, (laughs), no effort at all. You decide what you want.
Vote Bernard P. Carvalho jr.? He was a football player at UH. 1979. Studying politics there? What do you think? Good choice. Not worth the topic. Politics. Engineers are you guys.
Because the local one time vacationers each year and staying at a relative or cousins house or an INN motel or hotel, will now cover the increase in taxes on hotel tax and property tax in the form of insurance needed for the homes. In short, the town they are living in now looks like shit. Something like Hanamaulu town. It looked like shit then, it still look like shit. Clean it up. Politics to do it. Fat chance. I see no change in cleanliness because the local politics is in it for the long haul. They were for the show. I never heard of cable tv channel 27.9 being accredited station. Not accredited.
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