Keonepoko elementary school is still on schedule to hold a two-precinct election Friday.
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It's the same place where voters were turned away Saturday because of storm damage.
The new election plan is getting mixed reviews from Puna residents.
Larry Castro can't wait to vote.
"We need to get it done so we can get the other stuff finished up. There is a lot of work to be done," said Castro.
But others think it’s crazy and insensitive to expect storm victims to put their immediate needs aside and get out to vote.
"People are just now getting out. Finding ice packs for people who are insulin-depend is more important than holding an election for those who can’t even drive their cars or get out of their neighborhoods," said Kate Harrison.
GOP chairwoman Pat Saiki is from Hilo and can't believe the state is asking the Puna people to come out to vote so soon.
”What's the rush? Let people recover from the devastation of this hurricane," said Saiki.
“They deserve our attention. They deserve our help. They deserve our consideration and not have the state impose something on them at a time when actually we should be helping them," Saiki said.
The head of the Democratic Party Stephanie Ohigashi said many members think its outrageous to be asking too much, too soon.
"This kind of confusing communications to a district already affected by Hurricane Iselle having little or no electricity, cable internet and maybe cellphone raises the issue of adequate notice and accessability. We don't want voters to be disenfranchised. We want voters to be able to cast their vote like they planned to originally, said Ohigashi.
Ohigashi isn't asking for Friday's election to be halted.
She hopes election officials will decide to offer absentee balloting as an option for those residents who may have made travel plans over this holiday weekend.
Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa, who is trailing Senator Brian Shatz is considering a legal challenge.
State Rep.Faye Hanohano who wants to stay in office and who is also trailing in the polls told KITV she plans to file a complaint and may ask to join Hanabusa's protest.