The election of Donald Trump as President has been a time of controversy and trials both in Hawaii and throughout the United States. What has become alarmingly apparent is the absolute collapse of principals and ethics in the National Democrat Party. The barely missed disaster of a Hillary Clinton Administration controlled by the Hard Left and beholding to foreign governments is a warning that must be taken seriously.
The Hawaii Federation of Republican Women is dedicated to the advancement of GOP leadership throughout the state of Hawaii. To help accomplish this we will build on the platform and knowledge of both local and mainland ideas and strategies.
We must unite in civic association as Republican Women of dedication and commitment to rebuild our party, our state and our society!
Our combined strength will grow as we all learn the lessons of leadership and commitment and build the endurance needed to lead our state.
We must develop an agenda worthy of our fellow citizens trust and build a Hawaii State GOP with broad and effective reach on all islands.
To our members, and those inspired to become members, we thank you, and we ask you to join with us in one spirit to build a better and brighter future for our beautiful island home.
Aloha and God Bless You,
President, Hawaii Federation of Republican Women
All islands and island wide Precinct/District Caucus Meetings will be held between February 1st and the 14th. Dates and location will be made available prior to these important events. Meeting will be electing new precinct/district officers and choosing delegates to the State Convention May 12th through the 13th on the island of Kauai
Nomination of Candidates. Nomination papers for candidates for election as officers of the State Committee or as National Committeeman or National Committeewoman shall be filed with the Secretary of the State Committee in writing by 5:00 PM on Friday the week preceding the convening of the State Convention, as follows:
1. Petitions which are filed at least 30 days before the State Convention is convened must be signed by at least 5 duly qualified delegates. Petitions which are filed less than 30 days in advance must be signed by at least 25 duly qualified delegates.
2. Any candidate filing nomination papers for election to an office of the State Committee may run for any other State Committee office, without the necessity of filing new nomination papers, if the candidate is unsuccessful in being elected to the office for which the nomination papers were filed.
3. Where there is no properly nominated candidate for an office, nominations of candidates may be made from the floor of the State Convention.