TOGETHER WE RISE
Now is the Time for a New and Better Way
The AlohaʻĀina Party
A Movement Powered by Aloha
Are you tired of the corruption, lies, and broken promises? Are you tired of politics
that values special interest and development (money) over the People, ʻĀina,
and Culture? Do you feel it is time for a new and better Way? Do you
deserve better, for yourself, ʻohana, and future generations?
Are you ready to make a difference for change?
(1) Sign the Aloha Aina Party Petition - Deadline Feb. 20, 2020.
(2) Register to Vote - Deadline July 9, 2020.
(3) Vote Aloha Aina Party for Change
i. Vote Primary Elections - Aug. 8, 2020
ii. Vote General Elections - Nov. 3, 2020
Next Petition Signing Event
This will be Oahu's last opportunity to sign the AAP Petition.
Drop in, sign the Petition, and be a part of History.
The last day to turn in petitions to the State of Hawaii is 02/20/2020!
If you would like to kōkua with any of our events, please contact us
ROYAL ORDER OF KAMEHAMEHA
SUPPORTS ESTABLISHMENT OF ALOHA AINA PARTY
"There are many people who do not believe in playing within the Political arena. What is important is that our Lahui be given another option to choose from in their struggle to right the wrongs that are occurring. For that reason, the Royal Order of Kamehameha I supports and encourages registered voters to sign the petition that will validate the Aloha Aina Party.
In Kapu Aloha we remain."
Sir Alika Desha, Ali'i Nui, Royal Order of Kamehameha
October 27, 2019
HAWAI'I'S NEW POLITICAL PARTY
Broadcasted on 10-26-19
First things first, the Aloha ʻĀina Party (AAP) must secure 757 signatures on a petition to be recognized by the State as an offical political party. To do this, we must go to every island, touch every community, and give the People the opportunity to sign our petition. We must do this by February 20, 2020. Once we become official, we will start vetting candidates for the 2020 elections, and begin the change we need and deserve.
Creating a new political party is a major undertaking and requires time and money. However, we are a very small grass roots movement with very limited resources. Right now we are focusing on securing signatures for our petition. This is the critical first step. Contributions will be used for banners, brochures, inter-island travel, marketing, renting venues, and providing entertainment and food for petition signing events.
If you would like to make a donation - KŌKUA.