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There is significant support for the idea once it’s explained, but that support has decreased from previous polls.
They also support an initiative process, all-mail voting and a lottery. But forget about legalizing pot.
While there is sentiment to help schools and teachers, voters appear worried about how the ballot question is constructed.
The Affordable Hawaii Coalition PAC buys more airtime to defeat the statewide ballot measure on using property taxes for schools.
Some feel the governor was playing politics when he nominated his former campaign manager to a judgeship for the second time.
But a new political action committee with powerful friends doesn’t cite a source for its estimated price of a constitutional convention.
Our columnist offers a Civics 101 lesson as voters consider amending the state’s governing document.
The Affordable Hawaii Coalition is airing two ads saying the proposal to raise certain property taxes for education is flawed.
From Sig Zane to Hawaiian Force, Reyn Spooner to Rix, it’s the rare local leader who won’t wear aloha wear. They say it brings them luck.
As always, winners and losers came together in the same room just hours after the primary for the biennial Unity Breakfast.