Hawaii County Election Results – First Read Out

Printed on: 11/06/2012 at 08:32:29 pm
Hawaii General 2012 – State of Hawaii – Hawaii County
November 6, 2012
**NUMBER 2**
SUMMARY REPORT
Page 1
President and Vice President
28 of 43
(D) OBAMA, Barack / BIDEN, Joe 37,196 75.4%
(R) ROMNEY, Mitt / RYAN, Paul 10,721 21.7%
(L) JOHNSON, Gary / GRAY, James P. 550 1.1%
(G) STEIN, Jill / HONKALA, Cheri 549 1.1%
Blank Votes: 278
Over Votes: 19 0.0%
0.6%
US Senator
28 of 43
(D) HIRONO, Mazie 34,226 69.4%
(R) LINGLE, Linda 14,356 29.1%
Blank Votes: 717
Over Votes: 14 0.0%
1.5%
US Representative, Dist 2
28 of 43
(D) GABBARD, Tulsi 39,120 79.3%
(R) CROWLEY, Kawika 8,182 16.6%
Blank Votes: 1,979
Over Votes: 32 0.1%
4.0%
State Senator, Dist 2
7 of 9
(D) RUDERMAN, Russell E. 9,083 72.1%
(R) SMITH, Daryl Lee 2,635 20.9%
Blank Votes: 875
Over Votes: 9 0.1%
6.9%
State Senator, Dist 3
7 of 12
(D) GREEN, Josh 8,126 75.9%
(R) LAFRANCE, Jeff R. 2,095 19.6%
Blank Votes: 486
Over Votes: 3 0.0%
4.5%
State Senator, Dist 4
5 of 13
(D) SOLOMON, Malama 5,627 62.3%
(G) GREENWELL, Kelly 2,668 29.5%
Blank Votes: 740
Over Votes: 1 0.0%
8.2%
State Representative, Dist 3
5 of 7
(D) ONISHI, Richard H.K. 4,114 57.4%
(R) HAPAI, Marlene (Nachbar) 2,196 30.6%
(L) FOGEL, Frederick F. 588 8.2%
Blank Votes: 261
Over Votes: 10 0.1%
3.6%
State Representative, Dist 5
7 of 8
(D) COFFMAN, Denny 4,801 64.4%
(R) BATEMAN, Dave 2,176 29.2%
Blank Votes: 477
Over Votes: 6 0.1%
6.4%
State Representative, Dist 6
0 of 5
(D) LOWEN, Nicole 2,512 62.7%
(R) EBERT, Roy 1,253 31.3%
Blank Votes: 243
Over Votes: 0 0.0%
6.1%
Hawaii Resident Trustee
28 of 43
LINDSEY, Robert K. 20,859 42.3%
MEYERS, William (Willy) 6,680 13.5%
MIRANDA, Edwin L.P. 4,780 9.7%
Blank Votes: 16,977
Over Votes: 17 0.0%
34.4%
Kauai Resident Trustee
28 of 43
AHUNA, Dan 6,948 14.1%
PACHECO, Haunani 3,143 6.4%
KAGAWA FU, Kanani 2,539 5.1%
BURKE, Jackie Kahookele 2,332 4.7%
YADAO, Leland K. (Radar) 2,233 4.5%
POMROY, Sharon A. 1,988 4.0%
SWAIN, Billy Kealamaikahiki 1,700 3.4%
SANTOS, D. Kaliko 1,112 2.3%
ALBAO, Liberta Hussey 921 1.9%
ALALEM WORTHINGTON, Keola 596 1.2%
SAHUT, Ronson K. 197 0.4%
Blank Votes: 25,566
Over Votes: 38 0.1%
51.8%
Molokai Resident Trustee
28 of 43
MACHADO, Colette (Piipii) 21,742 44.1%
Blank Votes: 27,571
Over Votes: 0 0.0%
55.9%
“At Large” Trustee
28 of 43
APOLIONA, Haunani 12,265 24.9%
LEE, Cal 5,169 10.5%
RITTE, Walter 4,448 9.0%
AKINA, Keli’i 3,599 7.3%
MAKEKAU, Kealii J. 2,154 4.4%
LINCOLN, Lancelot Haili 2,033 4.1%
Blank Votes: 19,611
Over Votes: 34 0.1%
39.8%
OHA Vacancy: Maui
28 of 43
LINDSEY, Carmen Hulu 9,147 18.5%
KANE, Dain Pomaika’i 3,658 7.4%
KAPU, Ke’eaumoku 3,330 6.8%
GOMES, Doreen Pua 3,183 6.5%
AU, Glenn G. 2,027 4.1%
DUEY, Rose 1,738 3.5%
AMORIN, Johanna Kuulei Shin 1,157 2.3%
Blank Votes: 25,056
Over Votes: 17 0.0%
50.8%
Mayor, County of Hawaii
28 of 43
KENOI, Billy 24,157 49.0%
KIM, Harry 24,038 48.7%
Blank Votes: 1,103
Over Votes: 15 0.0%
2.2%
Prosecuting Attorney, County of Hawaii
28 of 43
ASHIDA, Lincoln 22,871 46.4%
ROTH, Mitch 21,637 43.9%
Blank Votes: 4,793
Over Votes: 12 0.0%
9.7%
Councilmember, Dist 1
5 of 8
POINDEXTER, Valerie 2,908 56.5%
YAGONG, Chelsea 1,834 35.6%
Blank Votes: 404
Over Votes: 0 0.0%
7.9%
Councilmember, Dist 4
3 of 3
ILAGAN, Greggor 3,795 59.1%
BLAS, Fred 2,376 37.0%
Blank Votes: 247
Over Votes: 2 0.0%
3.8%
Councilmember, Dist 6
7 of 8
FORD, Brenda 2,892 48.5%
DAVID, Maile (Medeiros) 2,735 45.8%
Blank Votes: 338
Over Votes: 2 0.0%
5.7%
Councilmember, Dist 9
0 of 3
WILLE, Margaret 1,641 47.0%
SHIMAOKA, Oliver (Sonny) 1,513 43.3%
Blank Votes: 337
Over Votes: 0 0.0%
9.7%
CON AMEND: Relating to Dams and
Reservoirs 28 of 43
YES 23,477 47.6%
NO 20,344 41.3%
Blank Votes: 5,468
Over Votes: 24 0.0%
11.1%
CON AMEND: Relating to Retired Judges
28 of 43
YES 25,533 51.8%
NO 18,604 37.7%
Blank Votes: 5,159
Over Votes: 17 0.0%
10.5%
1. HAWAI’I: Records and Meetings Open to
the Public 28 of 43
YES 30,727 62.3%
NO 12,209 24.8%
Blank Votes: 6,346
Over Votes: 31 0.1%
12.9%
2. HAWAI’I: Public Access, Open Space,
and Natural Resources Preservation Fund 28 of 43
YES 26,608 54.0%
NO 16,738 33.9%
Blank Votes: 5,937
Over Votes: 30 0.1%
12.0%
3. HAWAI’I: Public Access, Open Space,
and Natural Resources Preservation 28 of 43
YES 27,270 55.3%
NO 15,838 32.1%
Blank Votes: 6,182
Over Votes: 23 0.0%
12.5%
4. HAWAI’I: Establishing Special Funds
28 of 43
YES 11,540 23.4%
NO 32,087 65.1%
Blank Votes: 5,654
Over Votes: 32 0.1%
11.5%
5. HAWAI’I: Eligibility for Redistricting
Commissioners to be Candidates for County 28 of 43
YES 31,448 63.8%
NO 10,697 21.7%
Blank Votes: 7,137
Over Votes: 31 0.1%
14.5%
6. HAWAI’I: Establishing a Game
Management Advisory Commission 28 of 43
YES 28,567 57.9%
NO 15,567 31.6%
Blank Votes: 5,151
Over Votes: 28 0.1%
10.4%
(R) – REPUBLICAN (G) = GREEN (N) = NONPARTISAN (L) = LIBERTARIAN (D) = DEMOCRATIC
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Hawaii General 2012 – State of Hawaii – Hawaii County
November 6, 2012
**NUMBER 2**
SUMMARY REPORT
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REGISTRATION AND TURNOUT
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GENERAL
TOTAL REGISTRATION 104,323
TOTAL TURNOUT 49,313 47.3%
PRECINCT TURNOUT 18,378 17.6%
ABSENTEE TURNOUT 30,935 29.7%

Hawaii County Elections Update and Information

VOTER REGISTRATION

104,323 Hawaii County residents are registered to vote in the 2012 General Election. This is the official voter registration count for the 2012 General Election and is not subject to change for this election.

ABSENTEE MAIL BALLOTS

As of October 31st, Hawaii County has received 17,305 voted absentee mail ballots.  Voters are reminded that the deadline to submit an absentee mail ballot for the General Election is 6:00 p.m. on November 6, 2012.  Voters are further reminded that absentee mail ballots may be submitted for the General Election by: (1) mailing their ballot to the Hawaii County Elections Division, (2) hand delivering their ballot to the Hawaii County Elections Division office in Hilo, (3) hand delivering their ballot to any absentee/early walk-in voting location in Hilo, Waimea and in Kona, (4) hand delivering their ballot to any precinct on election day, November 6, 2012, no later than 6:00 p.m.

ABSENTEE/EARLY WALK-IN VOTING

On October 23rd, Hawaii County opened absentee/early walk-in voting precincts in Hilo, Waimea and in Kona.  Absentee/early walk-in voting is open to all registered voters at any early walk-in voting precinct on the island, regardless of district or residency assignment.  Absentee/early walk-in voting will continue until November 3, 2012.

As of October 31st, 6,308 Hawaii County voters have voted absentee/early walk-in voting in Hawaii County.

For more information please contact Lehua Iopa, Acting Elections Program Administrator, Hawaii County Elections Division (808) 961-8277 or by electronic mail to eiopa@co.hawaii.hi.us.

Update on the Hawaii County Elections – Absentee Ballots Being Counted

VOTER REGISTRATION

104,323 Hawaii County residents are registered to vote in the 2012 General Election. This is the official voter registration count for the 2012 General Election and is not subject to change for this election.

ABSENTEE MAIL BALLOTS

On October 15th 22,200 absentee mail ballots were sent to Hawaii County voters. Between October 15th and October 24th roughly 460 new requests for absentee mail ballots were received by Hawaii County.  The new requests are processed and absentee mail ballots are sent to Hawaii County voters on a daily basis.

As of October 24th, Hawaii County has received 8,341 voted absentee mail ballots.

ABSENTEE/EARLY WALK-IN VOTING

On October 23rd, Hawaii County opened absentee/early walk-in voting precincts in Hilo, Waimea and in Kona.  Absentee/early walk-in voting is open to all registered voters at any early walk-in voting precinct on the island, regardless of district or residency assignment.  Absentee/early walk-in voting will continue until November 3, 2012.

As of October 24th, 1,703 Hawaii County voters have voted absentee/early walk-in voting in Hawaii County.

According to Lehua Iopa, Hawaii County Acting Elections Program Administrator, “We want to thank all Hawaii County residents who have registered to vote and who are voting in the General Election.  Absentee voting by mail and by early walk-in voting is going smoothly.  We encourage all Hawaii County voters to consider all of their voting choices and to vote by mail, walk-in early voting at any precinct location on the island in Hilo, Waimea and in Kona, or on Election Day, November 6, 2012 at their designated polling place.”

For more information please contact Lehua Iopa, Acting Elections Program Administrator, Hawaii County Elections Division (808) 961-8277 or by electronic mail to eiopa@co.hawaii.hi.us.

County of Hawaii Election Officials to Hold Press Briefing Tomorrow

I think many folks are very interested in the elections that are going on and with all the turmoil that has been happening of late… it will be interesting to see what the Hawaii County Office of Elections will have to say with only four days left until the primaries on August 11th.

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