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Letters to the Editor
Human Resources: Part II - Housing in Hawaii
What's Happening in Land Use? (Carol Whitesell)
President's Letter (Dorothy Bremner)
"In 1971 candidates running for Governor of Hawaii spent a combined ..$2,000,000 or e8.00 a voter. This was more than it coat the state to run the election, and more than the job would pay in the four years a man would serve as governor. Where toes the money come from? Does it take that many dollars to tell the voter each candidate's story? How can a concerned, capable citizen without great financial resources hope to compete in this race?"
Read FACTS & ISSUES CAMPAIGN CONTROLS (LWV of Hawaii, Sept% 1971) and find out. Here are the consensus questions Leaguers will consider this fall,
1. Our present consensus says there should be no ceilings on contributions.
2. Do you think Hawaii should make some form of subsidy available to candidates?
3. How should the expenditures of campaign funds be controlled?
4. What penalty structure should be set up to accompany controls and to aid enforcement of them?
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