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Partial publicly funded elections worth trying out


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 02, 2013

~~<p>Hawaii's elections, like those across the country, have been overtaken in an excessively large measure by those with the money to influence the outcome.</p>
<p>Given the climate on the U.S. Supreme Court favoring unfettered expenditures in support of candidates, the efforts to promote &quot;clean elections&quot; on the local level may seem a pointless exercise.</p>
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Hawaii's elections, like those across the country, have been overtaken in an excessively large measure by those with the money to influence the outcome.

Given the climate on the U.S. Supreme Court favoring unfettered expenditures in support of candidates, the efforts to promote "clean elections" on the local level may seem a pointless exercise. Login for more...



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