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Will Same-Day Voter Registration Law Fix Hawaii’s Poor Voter Turnout?

On June 30, Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed legislation into law that will eventually allow same-day voter registration.

Trail Mix: Hawaii Political Candidates Step Up Ad Campaigns

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics. Here are our notes from this week, ending June 27.

Is David Ige About to Oust Gov. Neil Abercrombie?

Surprising results in recent polls raise questions about this race and polling methods.

Where to Watch Hawaii Political Candidates Debate On TV

Hawaii candidates for Governor and the U.S. Senate will face off in primary debates on local TV.

Trail Mix: Aiona Proposes Homeless Court, Tsutsui Pokes Fun at His Name

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics. Here are our notes from this week, ending June 20.

Can You Name that Hawaii Candidate’s Political Slogan?

Can you tell us which slogan belongs to each of these 11 Hawaii Candidates?

Is Hawaii’s Sex Ed Curriculum ‘Pono Choices’ Dead?

Should Pono Choices influence our choices in the voting booth?

Schatz vs. Hanabusa: Why is Hawaii’s U.S. Senate Race So Special?

The Hawaii U.S. Senate race is more special than you might think.

Maybe Some Hawaii People Shouldn't Vote?

HONOLULU hits the streets to find out how people REALLY pick their candidates.

Trail Mix: Watch Neil Abercrombie vs. David Ige on PBS Hawaii

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics. Here are our notes from this week, ending June 6.

8 Hawaii Candidates Declared Winners Before Election Day

Hawaii lawmakers who won by default.

Hawaii Candidate Deadline Attracts Last-Minute Flurry

Former Mayor Mufi Hannemann files to run for governor on the deadline day.

 

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