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Commission Recommends Prosecution In Falsified Campaign Donations Case Screenshot/2022

Commission Recommends Prosecution In Falsified Campaign Donations Case

Developer Timothy Lee allegedly reimbursed his employees for thousands of dollars they gave to candidates in 2020.

Elections Office Offers Help In Tracking Ballots Screenshot/2022

Elections Office Offers Help In Tracking Ballots

Hawaii voters who sign up will get official notifications.

Elections Panel Votes Down Investigation Into 2020 Complaint Screenshot/2022

Elections Panel Votes Down Investigation Into 2020 Complaint

But three of the nine commissioners leaned toward learning more about allegations of voting irregularities in Hawaii.

State Investigation: Hawaii Investment Firm CEO Falsified Campaign Donations Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

State Investigation: Hawaii Investment Firm CEO Falsified Campaign Donations

JL Capital CEO Timothy Lee is accused of eight counts of illegal contributions to Keith Amemiya and Kym Pine in the 2020 Honolulu mayoral election.

‘Sad And Shameful’: Hawaii Senators React To Trump Acquittal Nick Grube/Civil Beat/2021

‘Sad And Shameful’: Hawaii Senators React To Trump Acquittal

The vote to convict the former president during a historic second impeachment trial was the most bipartisan in U.S. history.

More In-Person Voting Sites Proposed For Hawaii Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat/2020

More In-Person Voting Sites Proposed For Hawaii

Lawmakers want to tweak the elections law in an effort to head off long lines for voters like those seen during the Nov. 3 general election.

Ige Blames President Trump For Violence At US Capitol Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Ige Blames President Trump For Violence At US Capitol

Peaceful protesters gathered outside the Hawaii Capitol to support the president and object to the pandemic response.

Neal Milner: Biden’s Job Will Be To Chip Away At Sectarian Hatred Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat/2020

Neal Milner: Biden’s Job Will Be To Chip Away At Sectarian Hatred

One strategy is to emphasize competence over sectarian divisions.

Elections Officials Want To Tweak Hawaii’s Mail-Voting Law Next Year Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Elections Officials Want To Tweak Hawaii’s Mail-Voting Law Next Year

The Legislature may consider adjustments to in-person voting sites among other proposals after the state’s first foray into all mail-voting.

Keoni Souza Asks Hawaii Supreme Court For Recount In OHA Race

Keoni Souza Asks Hawaii Supreme Court For Recount In OHA Race

The race fell just outside of the threshold for an automatic recount.