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VOTING IN HAWAII!

General News

PHASE ONE (VOTER IDENTIFICATION/REGISTRATION)


Each church can conduct voter registration in their communities.  The following link gives an overview on How to Conduct Voter Registration in your church.  If you are interested in becoming a CHURCH CHAMPION for your church, being trained and equipped,send us an email.  Our Voter Registration Coordinator will work with you to help you with the process.

Just need forms?  Download Voter Registration Forms (Absentee Registration  | Permanent Absentee)

Can churches legally do voter registration?  Of course.  This document tells you what you can and cannot do.  Do's and Don'ts for Churches (Alliance Defense Fund)

PHASE TWO (VOTER EDUCATION)


Voter Guides during an election year (Click here for 2014 Primary PDF version [6]) can help people in your community know where the candidates stand on some of the important family issues.  We will continue to update as candidates submit their responses after the deadline.  

Does your church need voter guides?  Order your 2014 Voter Guides Online! (It will be updated for the General Election)

PHASE THREE (VOTER MOTIVATION)


Community Action Network Trainings are made to help you energize and motivate your church community to take action.  Not only in an election year, but throughout the entire year.  Contact us to find out how you can schedule a FREE training in your church community.  (Click here for more information) or call us at (808) 429-4872.

PHASE FOUR (VOTER ACTIVATION)


Our responsibility does not end after the election.  People of faith should continue to stay connected to their elected officials.  Hawaii Family Forum (a 501 (C)(3) organization and its community associate Hawaii Family Advocates can teach you to be a part of a winning team.  Sign up for alerts today.


FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT DOING VOTER REGISTRATION IN YOUR CHURCH COMMUNITY, SEND US AN EMAIL or call us at (808) 203-6714 or (808) 429-4872.

CONTACT

iVOTE is an educational effort coordinated by the Hawaii Family Forum a 501(C)(3) organization. As such, iVOTE HAWAII will never support or oppose candidates for public office nor any political party.

EMAIL US if you have a question.


Call us at (808) 203-6714

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