Hawaii Activism

The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness

Hawaii became the 50th State in the Union on August 21, 1959

Hawaii Offers: Nominations, Local Initiatives and Local Referenda.

Signature Requirements: 

  • Ordinances and Charter Amendments:
    • Honolulu: 10% of the voters who voted in the last Mayoral Election.
    • County of Hawaii: 15% (Ordinances) and 20% (Charter Amendments) of the voters who voted in the last Mayoral Election.
    • Maui: 20% (Ordinances) and 10% (Charter Amendments) of the voters who voted in the last Mayoral Election.
    • Kawaii: 20% (Ordinances) and 5% (Charter Amendments) of the voters who voted in the last Mayoral Election.
  • Nominations: Governor or Lieutenant Governor – $750 Fee, U.S. Senate or U.S. Representative – $75 , All Other Offices – $250.

Initiatives can be used for Charter Amendments and Ordinances

Article VIII section 2 gives Hawaiian Citizens the right to Home Rule.

Hawaii at Ballotpedia

Hawaii at Citizens in Charge

 Hawaii at Recall the Rogues

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