Electoral reform in Hawaii refers to efforts, proposals and plans to change the election and voting laws in the Aloha State.
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... Although Albania has made strides toward democratic reform and maintaining the rule of law, serious deficiencies in the electoral code remain to be addressed ... the ruling Socialist Party, with a reform-oriented program, wins 31 seats the opposition Union for Victory coalition, formed by the Democratic Party, receives 16 seats ... the People's Assembly in defiance of the government's recent electoral victory ...
... In 2007, the Hawaii State Legislature passed legislation to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact but it was vetoed by Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle ... She stated, "Hawaii's electoral votes would be awarded in a manner that may not reflect the will of the majority of the voters in Hawaii." The Hawaii Senate overrode her veto but ...
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“Things will not mourn you, people will.”
—Hawaiian saying no. 191, lelo NoEau, collected, translated, and annotated by Mary Kawena Pukui, Bishop Museum Press, Hawaii (1983)
“Power is action; the electoral principle is discussion. No political action is possible when discussion is permanently established.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)
“You have to make more noise than anybody else, you have to make yourself more obtrusive than anybody else, you have to fill all the papers more than anybody else, in fact you have to be there all the time and see that they do not snow you under, if you are really going to get your reform realized.”
—Emmeline Pankhurst (18581928)