Kaʻū Voices was formed after the historic January 21, 2017 Women’s March. We decided to align with Indivisible, using its online guide, Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting theTrump Agenda, as a tool to help protect and strengthen our Democracy.

Kaʻū Voices has been actively engaged with issues of the environment, human rights, women’s rights, affordable healthcare, humane immigration reform and economic justice.

Chapter Contacts:

  • Laurie Boyle, Organizer

  • Missy Wheeler, Secretary

  • email: kauvoices@gmail.com

Kaʻū Voices meets the second Sunday of each month 2-3pm at the upper pavilion of the Punaluʻu Bake Shop. Join us to register left leaning voters in swing states.

2017-2023 Actions/Events:

  • Voter registration drives

  • Local signwaving events

  • Hosting candidate forums, including a 2022 debate for the U.S. House Hawai’i, Dist. 2

  • GOTV postcard, letter-writing, texting campaigns to critical swing state voters

  • Reaching out to our local, state and federal elected officials

  • Providing testimony on important bills in the HI legislature

Our goals for 2024:

  • GOTV for a Democratic trifecta

  • Expand our membership

  • Explore/Initiate a Hawai’i Island Economic development project

  • Promote Climate/environmental justice

  • Support Antitrust laws