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On the ballot Voters will decide Saturday, Aug. 10, which candidates for U.S. Senate and House, state legislature, and some county and city offices advance to the Nov. 5 election.
Hawai‘i: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
AARP asked Duke Aiona and Joshua Green about prescription drugs, long-term care, retirement savings and other issues.
Primary election day in the state is Saturday, Aug. 13, and most voters will again be casting their ballots by mail.
This year’s primary on Saturday, Aug. 8, will be the state’s first election to rely almost entirely on mail-in and absentee ballots.
Starting this year, the state is moving toward an all-mail/absentee elections. The big change will be in effect for the Aug. 8 primary and the Nov. 3 general election.
AARP Hawai‘i released its 2018 Gubernatorial Video Voters’ Guide as part of AARP’s “Be the Difference. Vote™” campaign, which continues AARP’s long tradition of nonpartisan voter engagement. This guide will provide Hawai‘i voters with information on where the candidates stand on issues that matter most to older residents and their families and help these impactful voters make their voices heard on Election Day.
At this time of the year, those of us 50 and older are the most powerful people in America.
Medicare contributes $2.4 billion to Hawai‘i’s economy, equivalent to 15% of state and local government spending in the state, according to a new report from AARP released just before the 53 rd anniversary of the law.
AARP Hawai‘i is sponsoring a live televised debate between the major Democratic candidates for governor -- Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa and Governor David Ige -- on July 16 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the KHON2 studios.
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