It's crunch time for the Office of Elections. Ramsay catches up with employees to see what's happening behind the scenes to get ready for the primary. She'll also have important information for voters who may be caught off guard with changes to polling places and candidates on the ballots due to re-districting.
Candidates will be out in force this morning sign waving and campaigning. It's their final push before tomorrow's primary election. Mayoral candidates and their volunteers will fan out across Oahu and the Democratic candidates for Congress will attend a big rally in Hilo today.
CAMPAIGN 2012: MAZIE HIRONO ON SUNRISE
Yesterday, we sat down with Ed Case. Today, it's Mazie Hirono's turn as we preview the Democratic race for Senator. Our interview is coming up at 6:15.
REMEMBERING JOHN KOKO
Tonight, fans can pay their last respects to John Koko of the Makaha Sons. Funeral services will be held from 5 to 9 pm at Mililani Mauka mortuary and again tomorrow from 9 am to 1 pm. Koko died last month after suffering heart trouble at the age of 51.
OLYMPICS DAY 14
Hard to believe, but the Olympics wrap up this weekend. Today, gold medal finals in track and field including the men's 4 by 400 meter relay and the women's 4 by 100 meter relay. We'll check in with Tracie Potts in London for a rundown of the action.
And we always like to wrap up the week with a look back at the stories that we call the "Good, the Bad and the What Were They Thinking?" All that plus Dan's sunny weekend forecast. Hope you can join us for Sunrise!