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Hawaii Voters Unable to Vote in August 9 Primary due to Tropical Storm File Voting Rights Lawsuit

Hawaii held primaries on August 9, during a severe tropical storm. Although two particular precincts were permitted to vote again in the following week, many other voters who don’t live in those two particular precincts were also unable to travel to the polls. On August 21, some of them filed an original case with the State Supreme Court, asking for relief. Here is the Complaint. The ACLU is handling this case for the voters.

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  1. Demo Rep

    Will the regime have ANY brains and change future primary dates ???? — i.e. NOT in the typhoon season.

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