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CAMPAIGN SPENDING COMMISSION’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19 A warm mahalo to everyone for your kokua and understanding when the Campaign Spending Commission (Commission) had to close its office in March 2020 when Governor David Ige declared a state of emergency in the State of Hawaii in response to the public health threat posed by COVID-19.  Although ...
Read More CSC Newsletter – July 2020, Vol. 26, No. 2

Campaign Spending Commission Zoom Video Conference May 13, 2020 10:00 a.m. Commissioners Present Bryan Luke, Gregory Shoda, Stanley Lum, Maryellen Markley, Ph.D., Neal Herbert Staff Present Kristin Izumi-Nitao, Tony Baldomero, Gary Kam, Yayoi Tumamao, Ellisa Vendiola Deputy Attorney General Candace Park Guests Samuel Fieldman (Wolf-PAC Hawaii Super PAC), Sandy Ma (Common Cause Hawaii), Marc Masuno ...
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The Campaign Spending Commission is closed to the public until further notice, but Commission staff is available remotely.  Please call us at (808) 586-0285 during regular business hours for assistance.  You may also want to consider checking out the various tools available to you on our website. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your ...
Read More Commission Office Closed to the Public Until Further Notice

Aloha, The State of Hawaii confirmed its first cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the islands.  As new developments emerge, the Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission (Commission) assures you that we will carefully monitor the evolving situation for any potential impact to our services.  However, at this time, the Commission is fully operational and has implemented preventative ...
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The Commission reminds Hawaii tax filers to check off the $3 “Yes” checkbox on your 2019 state tax return which permits $3 from state funds (or $6 if married and filing a joint return) to be allocated to the Hawaii Election Campaign Fund.  The health and sustainability of public funding depends on greater participation of ...
Read More Remember To Check-Off On Your 2019 State Tax Return