2014 Sierra Club Endorsements

The Green Seal of Approval!


Federal Races:

 

U.S. Senate:
Brian Schatz

U.S. House District 1:  
Mark Takai

U.S. House District 2:  
Tulsi Gabbard

Statewide:

David Ige & Shan Tsutsui
Governor & Lt. Governor  

 

Governor David Ige
Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui
OHA Maui Mahealani Wendt
State Senate:

District 3Joshua Green
District 4Lorraine Rodero Inouye
District 5Gil Keith-Agaran
District 21Maile S.L. Shimabukuro
District 23Gil Riviere
State House:

District 4Joy San Buenaventura
District 5Richard Creagan
District 6 Nicole Lowen
District 11Kaniela Ing
District 20 Keiko Bonk
District 24Della Au Bellati
District 31 Aaron Ling Johanson
District 35 Roy Takumi
District 36 Marilyn Lee
District 41 Matt LoPresti
District 42 Nicole Ferguson
District 45 Lauren Matsumoto
District 47 Kent Fonoimoana
District 50 Cynthia Thielen
District 51 Chris Lee  

 

Hawai'i County Council :

District 1 Valerie Poindexter
District 2 Kerri Marks
District 4 Roy Lozano
District 5 Tiffany Edwards Hunt
District 6 Richard Abbett
District 8 Karen Eoff
District 9 Margaret Wille

 

Maui County:

Mayor Tamara Paltin
Council Kahului Don Guzman
Council Paia-Haiku-Makawao Mike Molina
Council West Elle Cochran
Council South John Fitzpatrick

 

City and County of Honolulu :

 

 


 

What can I do?

 The best thing you can do for Hawai‘i's environment is to vote. 

Putting the right people in office is more than half the battle in our conservation work. The Sierra Club has done its best to select the best applicants for the job. Please support these candidates in the upcoming elections.

Want to do more?  Consider contacting these candidates and offering to assist them as a constituent and as a Sierra Club volunteer!

 

Where do I vote?

 Districts have changed! Find out district you're in and who you get to vote for by clicking here.

 

How do I register to vote?

Want to register to vote? It's easy! You can download the form and mail it in. 

The general registration deadline is October 6, 2014.  General election is Nov 4, 2014.

Consider applying for an absentee ballot if you're going to be out of town or want to avoid congestion on election day.

 

Questions?  Updates?  Contact us!