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Hawaii elections

HONOLULU — A federal court in Hawaii dismissed a former Honolulu mayoral candidate and Republican state senate candidate’s claims that other politicians improperly campaigned before they were registered for their respective elections. His claims are generalized grievances and do not assert any direct harms or injuries, so he lacks standing to sue.

Read the ruling here.

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