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Santorum on the ballot in Hawaii

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The Hawaii Republican Party has announced presidential candidate Rick Santorum has registered to be on the ballot for the March 13 Hawaii Republican Caucuses.

Hawaii GOP Chair David Chang said: “We are pleased that all of the front running Republican Presidential candidates are now on the ballot. The Hawaii Republican Caucus gives voters a real choice and a real voice in the Presidential race.”

The outcome of the March 13 voting will determine delegate allocation to the competing candidates. In 2012 for the first time in history, Hawaii Republican voters will be directly deciding which GOP Presidential candidates receive delegates from Hawaii.

Santorum joins, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, and Ron Paul on the March 13 ballot. The deadline for registration is Feb. 28.

The Hawaii GOP Caucuses are 6-8 p.m. Tuesday March 13 at voting locations for each State house district. Voting is open to Hawaii voters with photo ID who sign a GOP membership card at the polling place.

For a complete list of caucus locations, visit: www.gophawaii.com/presidential-caucus-locations

For more information on the caucus, visit: www.gophawaii.com/2012-presidential-caucus

One Response to “Santorum on the ballot in Hawaii”

  1. Mr. P. says:

    Rick Santorum for President! Mahalo!

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