CANDIDATE BICYCLE QUESTIONNAIRE 2022
Learn what the candidates think about supporting efforts to make O‘ahu more bike and pedestrian-friendly. The more people elected into office who support increasing our street safety, the more likely we will build safe streets for all on O‘ahu. HBL sent the questionnaire to every candidate running in Hawaii.
You may return your ballot by mail or in person at a designated place of deposit within your county. Voted ballots must be received by your County Elections Division by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th.
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD. CAST YOUR BALLOT!
Election ballots have been mailed out. If you don’t receive your mail ballot packet by October 21 you can contact (808) 768-3800 to request a replacement ballot.
Find out where candidates stand on:
- Funding bike lanes and sidewalks.
- Getting a Safe Passing bill passed.
- Building a grid network of bikeways.
- Prioritizing Complete Streets that safely accommodate those walking and biking.
Wednesday, Aug. 3 – Final day for first-time voters to register to vote. Register here to vote. Find what district you are in here.
Saturday, Aug. 13 – Primary election day from 7am to 7pm
Friday, Oct. 21 – General election ballots begin arriving in mailboxes.
Tuesday, Oct. 25 – Ballot drop boxes open & voter service centers open for same-day registration and in-person voting.
Monday, Oct. 31 – VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR GENERAL ELECTION
Final day for first-time voters to submit a paper registration application for the general election. Voters can still register online or in person at a voter service center.
Tuesday, Nov. 8 – GENERAL ELECTION
Voters can return their ballot by mail using the postage paid envelope, or by dropping off their ballot at a drop box. Ballot drop boxes open Oct 18 and close at 7pm on Election Day Nov 8.
We aren’t going to get to the bicycling and walking paradise we all want without the elected officials to get us there. Make sure to have your voice counted!