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Common Cause Hawaii scheduled events for 2020

May 01, 2020 12:30 PM – AeVote By Mail Virtual Brownbag Lunch! Common Cause Hawaii will be discussing our AeVote by Mail campaign. The primary election is only a little over 3 months away (August 8th) and we have to make sure everyone in Hawaii knows about Vote By Mail and how to Vote By Mail! Register in advance for this meeting here!

Date/Time TBD – Event held in coordination with the Hawaii State Office of Elections to educate the public on Voting by Mail. Event location likely to be at the Capitol Building. Check back here soon for more details.

Date/Time TBD – 50th Anniversary Celebration of Common Cause (founded in 1970 by John W. Warner, a Republican, who was the former Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare in the administration of President Lyndon Johnson as well as Chair of the National Urban Coalition.

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Common Cause Hawaii is interested in several major issues that will be before the Hawaii State Legislature through the legislative session this year. These include: Fighting the call for an Article V Constitution Convention; Modernizing our elections through Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) legislation; Promoting Campaign Finance Reform; and Championing Ethics, Transparency, and Accountability in our Government.

Testimony on many of these bills that come before the legislature is most welcome. If interested in providing testimony or wishing more info on the testifying process, please contact Sandy Ma at sma@commoncause.org.

You can find lots of information on bills likely to be voted upon during the 2020 Legislative Session at the State Capitol’s website at this link.

 

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