Hawaii: Too late to start over if maps are discarded

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May 15, 2012


HONOLULU, Hawaii Hawaii's chief election officer has said that it would be too late to start over on the redistricting process should the current maps be thrown out.[1]

The primary date is currently set for August 11, 2012. However, there is currently a lawsuit which alleges the maps violate the Constitution's equal protection clause by excluding over 100,000 military members, their families, and college students.[1]

A 9th Circuit Court judge panel will hear arguments on Friday and could rule shortly after. The decision could possibly delay the primary and impact the November 6 general election.[1]

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