Jenna Leigh Saito

Jenna Leigh Saito, M.A., is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Manoa. She was born, raised and still resides in Ewa.
Political Volatility Could Affect Hawaii Constitutional Convention Question Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Political Volatility Could Affect Hawaii Constitutional Convention Question

A con con could fundamentally change state government, or be hijacked by entrenched interests.

What A Constitutional Convention Might Cost Hawaii Taxpayers Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What A Constitutional Convention Might Cost Hawaii Taxpayers

There are plenty of logistical questions about how a con con would work. Here are some answers.

Before Deciding On A New Constitutional Convention, Consider Those Held Before Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Before Deciding On A New Constitutional Convention, Consider Those Held Before

The first was part of the statehood process in 1950. The 1968 one brought minor changes, but the last one in 1978 proved pivotal.

Should We Open The Door To Changing How State Government Runs? Courtesy

Should We Open The Door To Changing How State Government Runs?

Voters face a crucial decision in November: Whether to hold Hawaii’s first constitutional convention since 1978.