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The First Hawaiʻi League of Women Voters: 1922


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)

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Election Results

Election - 2016

Passed Amendments

Constitutional Amendments

Jury Trials in Civil Cases
Disposition of Excess Revenues

Hawaiʻi County Charter Amendments

Expanding Scope of the County of Hawaii General Plan

Maui County Charter Amendments

Withdrawal of Signature from Supplemental Petition
Review of Supplemental Petition
Emergency Management Agency
Approval of and Qualifications for Various directors
Office of Council Services' Attorneys

Kauaʻi County Charter Amendments

Correct Gender Neutrality, Grammatical, Spelling and Formatting Errors
Fire Chief Duties
Establish Zoning Board
Rename and Clarify Orgainization of Civil Defense Agency
Initiative, Referendum, & Charter Amendment Petitions Signatures
Enable County Clerk to Determine what is a Valid Charter Amendment
Establish Permanent Charter Review Commission

Honolulu City & County Charter Amendments

Police Commission Authority; Investigative Powers
Ethics Commission Staff Salaries
Prosecuting Attorney Budgetary /font>
Multi-Modal Transportation System; Fares, Operations, Responsibilities
Affordable Houseing Fund
City Infrastructure Long Term Plans
Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency
Department of Land Management
Honolulu Zoo Fund

Mayoral/Legislative Power Exceptions
Approval of Clean Water Natural Lands Projects
Review of Boards and Commissions
Grants-In-Aid for Non-Profits
Special Election Time Extension
Term Limits for City Offices
Departmental Design and Construction Projects
Signing Delegation by Mayor
Fire Commission Membership; Fire Chief Duties
Nonpartisan Reapportionment Commission
Housekeeping; Records; Charter Deadline; Contracts; Purchasing

General Election 2016
Honolulu Charter Amendments
Pros and Cons


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State Constitution Amendments
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Making Democracy Work
Honolulu League TV Show Online

You can watch over 3 years of League's television programs, "Making Democracy Work", online at ʻŌlelo by clicking here.

(You can also get to this page from the ʻŌlelo home page by clicking "OleloNet Video on Demand" under "What's On" at the top menu, and entering "Making Democracy Work" in the search box.)

Primary Election 2016
Colin Moore of UH is the guest

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The program is aired on channel 53 the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm and repeated the following 4 Wednesdays at 5:30 pm.

Pearl Johnson
Executive Producer

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Hawaiʻi State Constitution
(includes Nov. 2006 election changes)

Mary Anne Raywid:
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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
or email elections@lwv-hawaii.com
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City Charter / City Reorganization Documents - 1998

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