This page will feature content to supplement the understanding of lessees on their rights and privileges as a small n, native of Hawaii, and the role this designation entitles them to in our present system of governance in accordance with our State Constitution and the Hawaiian Homes Commissions Act. During the lead up to the General Election we will also be looking at the new format of this election taking place during the pandemic. The candidates and the policies they are promoting will also be a focus. This page will also seek to emphasize the added benefit a strong homestead association has when dealing with DHHL and Hawaii State Government. Our association leadership will highlight different partners at times in order to present topics that we feel are educational and practical for our lessees to know.
The timing is auspicious if the mission and narrative is carefully developed. The mission needs to be supported with as many (1)Hawaiians and Hawaiians at heart to positions in elected policy making government. This move coupled with (2)educating these politicians in what is presently in the statues is paramount to promoting a Hawaiian agenda favorable to native (N or n) Hawaiians. Once these two principles are fixed, we will need one other component, this is realizing the (3)educating of the rest of our political establishment has a firm grasp on these concepts. This would be the starting point to promoting an agenda that favors adherents to some of the promises and laws in the Hawaii State Constitution that have been ignored for generations, and were conditions to our Statehood.
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Waiehu Kou 3 will vote Maui District 8, Precinct 1, US Congressional II, State Senatorial 5, and State House of Representatives 8. A sample .pdf ballot for our area is available by pressing Sample Ballot button below. Candidate policy information, engage the info link next to candidates name.
Federal, State, and County of Maui Office of the County Clerk
200 S. High Street, Room 708 Wailuku, HI 96793
Phone: (808) 270-7749
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Claire Carroll *Shane Sinenci
*Tamara Paltin Frederick Nava
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85% of the members of the Maui County Farm Bureau voted NO to proposed charter to create new department, don't we have enough regulation, enough bureaucratic hoops to jump through.
OHA Races: If you saying NO AUDIT, you are supporting the demise of our future generations
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Bridget Kaumeheiwa Velasco
Public Health Planner
Maui District Health Office
State of Hawaii Department of Health
210 Imi Kala Street # 204
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
Work Cell: (808)357-7239
Waiehu Kou 3 leadership commends the HCDC team for leading the conversation and spearheading education of our beneficiaries.
(Kapolei, Oʻahu) – The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) has prepared legislative proposals to be recommended for inclusion in Governor David Ige’s next legislative package following a solicitation for public input.
Dr. Keanu Sai presents to the Maui County Council on August 21, 2019 regarding land titles, "ceded" lands, TMT, native tenant rights, and the illegal occupation of the Hawaiian Kingdom.