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Our mission is to maintain the integrity and transparency of the campaign finance process by enforcing the law, educating the public, administering public financing, and training campaign committees in order to encourage timely compliance.

Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission
Serving Hawaii Since 1973

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What’s New

2014 Election Information Portal
Candidates Reports Filed and Data Visualizations $6,000 (max) contributions made to Governor and Lt. Governor candidates through August 9, 2014 (only candidates that received $6,000 contributions are listed here): Governor Abercrombie, Neil Aiona, James (Duke) Ige, David Hannemann, Mufi Lt. Governor Ahu, Elwin Hee, Clayton Tsutstui, Shan Fundraiser Notices filed by Candidates Candidates that Failed to File […]
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Important Notice to Corporations
Aloha, This is a very important message to all registered corporations with the Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission (“Commission”).  On November 5, 2014, the day after the general election, the Corporate Reporting System will be repealed pursuant to section 11 of Act 112, 2013 Hawaii Session Laws.  As such, any corporation that receives contributions or makes […]
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Memos To 2014 Candidates That Won Outright Or Were Unsuccessful In The Primary Election
Memo to 2014 Candidates That Won Outright In The Primary Election Memo to 2014 Candidates That Were Unsuccessful In The Primary Election
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Primary Election Late Contributions Report Filers
The following candidates running in the 2014 election and on the primary election ballot, noncandidate committees, and corporations filed the Primary Election Late Contributions Report due August 6, 2014: Candidates (57 total) (click here to search for and view the reports) Abercrombie, Neil Ahu, Elwin Aiona, James (Duke) Aiona, Sam Akaka, Kaleihikina Akina, William Amato, […]
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Commission Launches 2nd New Data Visualization App
The Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission launched a new data visualization application on its website, which will permit anyone to see how noncandidate committees which includes Super PACs are raising and spending money on 2014 state and county races. In partnership with the State of Hawaii’s Office of Information Management & Technology (OIMT), Information & Communication […]
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