In addition to national presidential and vice-presidential candidates, several state races and important issues will be on this November’s ballot in Hawaii’s General Election. The State of Hawaii Office of Elections publishes the entire list on their website.
NOTE: I just received my absentee ballot and list the details of what’s on it in the post “Preview of Hawaii’s General Election Ballot”.
SEE THE ELECTION RESULTS
1. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION
Shall the age qualification for the office of governor and office of lieutenant governor be reduced from thirty-five years of age to twenty-five years of age?
In other words, should we lower the age eligibility for gubernatorial candidates?
Should we convene a constitutional convention?
In other words, should we think about changing the state’s constitution. But there’s nothing in particular at this point that is proposed to change.
Up for grabs are the following offices:
- President (1) and Vice-President (1)
- U.S. Representative (2)
- State Senator (12)
- Board of Education (7)
- Office of Hawaiian Affairs (4)
- Hawaii — Mayor (1)
- Hawaii — Councilmember (9)
- Hawaii — Prosecuting Attorney (1)
- Maui — Councilmember (9)
- Kauai — Councilmember (7)
- Kauai — Prosecuting Attorney (1)
- Honolulu — Mayor (1)
- Honolulu — Councilmember (5)
- Honolulu — Prosecuting Attorney (1)