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GUEST POST: Improved access to voting will ensure better leadership.   

With thanks to Tomoko Ella Hotema (seen here with her family) whose commentary was first published on Big Island Now. Reposted here with her permission and the permission of the publisher.             COVID-19 should make all

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Hawaii’s Young Progressives Demanding Action (YPDA) are poised to make their voices count!

On a rainy Friday evening a few days ago, 17 people gathered for two hours in a meeting room at the Campus Center on the campus of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Their mission: to gather their thoughts about

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GUEST POST: The reforms that make all other reform possible – starting with automatic voter registration.

Originally posted on GaryHooser's Blog:
Reforming and improving the way we conduct campaigns and elections, will allow us to reinvigorate our democracy and thus pave the way to changing public policy for the better, at all levels.  These reforms…

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