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YES On 2

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Youth commission passed!

Oʻahu youth between the ages of 14 to 24 now have the opportunity to serve on the Youth Commission.

What is YES On 2?

The YES On 2 campaign, spearheaded by Youth for Oʻahu, urged Oʻahu voters to vote YES on the 2020 ballot measure #2, which would approve the establishment of the City and County of Honolulu Youth Commission. 


Thanks to the leadership and turnout of youth and adults alike, a majority of voters approved the Youth Commission. The inaugural class of commissioners was sworn in during the summer of 2021. 

Commissioners serve either a 1-year or 2-year term, depending on the appointing authority. 


If you are interested in applying to join the Youth Commission or wish to attend the next Youth Commission meeting, please visit their website and follow them on Instagram at @honoluluyouthcommission. 


Additionally, you can check out another Hawaiʻi youth commission, the Hawaiʻi State Youth Commission, via their Instagram at @hawaiistateyc.

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