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Hawaii can't afford Congressional election



January 10, 2010 – Comments (2)

Hawaii can't afford Congressional election By MARK NIESSE, Associated Press Writer Mark Niesse, Associated Press Writer – Sat Jan 9, 5:25 pm ET

HONOLULU – Cash-strapped Hawaii can't afford to pay for an election to replace a congressman who is planning to step down next month to run for governor, potentially leaving 600,000 urban Honolulu residents without representation in Washington...

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#1) On January 10, 2010 at 11:36 PM, FleaBagger (27.44) wrote:

Nago's the gigantic boar god who used to rule this whole forest. We couldn't even get near the mountain with him around. Nothing to do but sit around on our backsides for months, staring at a bunch of angry boars.

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#2) On January 11, 2010 at 8:39 AM, lemoneater (57.82) wrote:

Just do a write in and staff the polls with volunteers and no money has to change hands. Too much is spent on elections as it is. Simplistic I know, but I have never understood why elections have to cost so much. 

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