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Future Caucus News
With the help of the Hawaii Future Caucus, the Hawaii State House of Representatives passed a bill to increase the number of early voting locations.
A bipartisan group of Hawaii state and local elected officials announced their priorities of increasing government transparency and voter participation through the Hawaii Future Caucus.
Hawaii Future Caucus Co-Chairs introduced legislation that would automatically register Hawaii citizens to vote when they receive a valid drivers license or civil identification card.
The Hawai‘i Senate announces that Senator Stanley Chang is among twelve young state legislators from across the country who have launched the Democracy Reform Task Force to advance legislation on redistricting, government accountability, and access to voting.
Hawai’i has one of the lowest voter turnout rates in the nation. But, as HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports, one Senator Stanley Chang wants to change that. Chang’s top priority is to establish an official Youth Commission of 14-24 year olds to represent that demographic.
The bipartisan coalition of legislators under 35 propose bills on affordable housing, all-mail voting and free community college tuition.
The Associated Students of the University of Hawai'i (ASUH) organizes event encouraging women to run for student government.