Maui County Surf Report
No one in Maui County will be checking the morning surf report this Saturday. Hawaiians, kupuna, surfers, farmers and the young voters know where the biggest wave will be. Walk-in voters are marching from Kahului Beach Road to Wailuku Community Center in the first ever Kanaka Maoli March to Vote event. The event has been planned under the radar for good reason.
Every time an event is planned in Maui County to populate the polls, an administrative decision comes down the line denying permits. With no impending restrictions on peoples right to gather, this march is expected to result in a significant spike in walk-in voting data that will prove Maui County’s natives, elders, food producers and ocean lovers can surf the jaws of corruption.
Join your neighbors, bring your family & friends, we’re dropping in.
Kanaka Maoli March to Vote
Saturday, November 3, 2018 • 8AM-10AM
Kanaloa Ave. & Kahului Beach Road.
to Wailuku Community Center
Park along Kahului Beach Road
Eighteen in 2018
Youth across United States are showing up in record breaking numbers. Hawai‘i’s history of poor voter turnout is also being challenged by the digitally native millennials. For the first time ever, Hawai‘i is providing Same Day Register & Vote option. Everything is pointing to stronger voter turn-out.
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