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The League of Women Voters works at local, state and national levels to educate policy makers and the public on pressing issues, and takes concerted action to achieve positive change in our communities.


The League of Women Voters of Hawaii is the statewide organization that encompasses the Leagues of Honolulu and Hawaiʻi County (Big Island)

League on ʻŌlelo

Watch the League's monthly program on ʻŌlelo channel 53 every Wednesday at 5:30 pm and the third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm.

Ka Iwi coast on League TV
July 21, channel 53 at 7:30 pm

How the Ka Iwi coast has been saved due to a 30-year effort is discussed by League member Elizabeth Reilly and another member of the team on League's "Making Democracy Work" on channel 53 at 7:30 pm. The program will be repeated the following 4 Wednesdays at 5:30 pm, channel 53. Information on contributing to the effort will be displayed. In case you can't view it, go to kawaiwicoast.com to donate.

Next month Hawaiian astronomer Paul Coleman will talk about the Thirty Meter Telescope and traditional Hawaiians' relation to astronomy and the stars. He says King Kalakaua expressed a wish for an observatory in Hawaii.

With annotation and index
Hawaiʻi State Constitution
(includes Nov. 2006 election changes)

Mary Anne Raywid:
On education...

The League of Women Voters of Honolulu can help you with your elections.

We are experienced in conducting union elections, condominium board elections, credit union elections, elections of organizations of every kind.

Call our office at 531-7448
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Rusty Scalpel Award

Press Release:

HB24234 Merits Rusty Scalpel

Here's a link so you can listen to the great comments made by our LWV-HI Legislative Chair Janet Mason and Doug Mellor on the "Rusty Scalpel Award" to Molly Solomon on this morning's news on HPR1.

Drug Policy Study

August 2008

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