Voters wait in line at Holy Trinity to vote on election day 2012
Voters wait in line at Holy Trinity to vote on election day 2012
Voters wait in line at Holy Trinity to vote on election day 2012

HONOLULU –  State Chief Elections Officer Scott Nago announced that, after being briefed by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, formerly State Civil Defense, on the progress of Iselle and in consultation with the Attorney General, the primary election scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, will go forward as planned.

Over the next 36 hours, Nago will continue to monitor the effects of Iselle through regular communication with emergency management officials.

Any decisions to deviate from the original election plans will be made based on the latest storm information and in further consultation with the county clerks, emergency management officials, and the Attorney General.

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