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Voting & Elections 09.1.2020

[WEBINAR] Digging Into the Data

2020 Hawaii Primary Election Results Digging Into The Data 1) Who Voted, Where, and Why? 2) Did Any Races / Issues Drive Turnout? 3) Were There Any Vote By Mail Issues? 4) Other Questions or Concerns? Presenters: Michael Golojuch, Jr. Jared Kuroiwa

What CCHI worked on during the 2020 Legislative Session, that ended on 10 July

CCHI priorities as the session opened on January 15th included: 1) Legislation strengthening our ethics laws and campaign finance reform to get money out of politics, 2) Automatic Voter Registration, 3) Improving our Vote By Mail law for the 2020 Elections, 4) Transparency and accountability through remote testimony at the legislature, and 5) Stopping Article V Constitutional Convention

Voting & Elections 05.26.2020

Letter to Lawmakers on Voting in a Pandemic

The State Office of Elections and County Clerks by Proclamation dated May 15, 2020 stated that Hawaii’s first all vote-by-mail elections – during a public health crisis no less – will only have eight Voter Service Centers statewide to conduct in-person voting, same day register voters, collect voted ballots, and more, such as respond to the confusion, mistakes, mishaps, and countless questions that vote-by-mail's launch will inevitably bring. These eight Voter Service Centers will only be open 10 days prior to elections from 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Saturday and on election days from 7 am to 7 pm. Clearly, eight Voter Service Centers statewide will not be sufficient.

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