The 2019 election results are in for most of the 435 seats on Oahu’s 33 neighborhood boards.

Board members are volunteers who help shape policies and initiatives for all levels of government.

This election, in which voters cast ballots via computer, smartphone or by mail from April 26 through May 17, filled 406 of the seats; the remaining 29 did not have any residents apply as candidates. The board members themselves can fill those vacancies once the new two-year terms begin July 1.

The list of remaining vacancies will be on the Neighborhood Commission Office website.

There were four ties that will be decided by lottery by sometime next week, according to a city statement.

Watch this video for more information about neighborhood boards:

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