Before we get carried away by the higher number of votes in the recent primary election, let’s remember that there are nearly 800,000 registered voters in Hawaii — and nearly half of them did not vote. Yes, turnout was better than expected. But we must ask ourselves why, out of a citizen population of over a million of voting age, just 406,425 voted. Thousands chose not to exercise a right that many in other countries are still fighting to secure.
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