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Dozens of bills introduced by the state House and Senate augur well for major improvements if lawmakers can actually seal the deals.
The House and Senate plan to install new judiciary chairs but keep the current heads of each chamber and their respective money committees.
When the Garden’s Isle’s 14 precinct stations shut down Tuesday night, it might have been for the last time. An all-mail ballot experiment begins in 2020.
But local Republicans took solace in their expanded majority in the U.S. Senate.
On Kauai, voters were rejecting an amendment that would repeal the current term limits on County Council members.
A company that made a big splash by hiring away public officials has aided the campaigns of the teachers union, an OHA candidate and a Maui super PAC.
There’s a lot of drama on the mainland with control of Congress up for grabs. Hawaii’s races hold less suspense.
Most of that money won’t end up influencing voters since the measure to raise taxes to fund public schools was thrown out by the state Supreme Court.