Blaze Lovell is a reporter for Honolulu Civil Beat. Previously, he was a reporting fellow and intern. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Born and raised on Oahu, he graduated from Pearl City High School in 2014 before migrating to the desert to study journalism. In his college years, Blaze served as the managing editor for UNLV’s paper, the Free Press, and also played rugby, which is like football without pads or rules.
The state’s largest super PAC and business executives invested heavily in helping Rick Blangiardi beat Keith Amemiya to be Honolulu mayor.
The weekend operation took place in Honolulu.
Ballots can also be dropped off at drop boxes spread throughout the state and there are still in-person voting options.
UPDATED: The 1st circuit judge is expected to join a liberal-leaning majority on the state’s highest court.
More business restrictions will be lifted at midnight.
Those are among the business restrictions that could be lifted with Oahu’s move to Tier 2 of its reopening plan.
Eighteen other states will still accept a ballot if it’s postmarked by Election Day.