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Hawaii Elections

The Hawaii Supreme Court dismissed a complaint challenging all the results of federal, state and county races in the Aug. 8 primary election and the Nov. 3 general election, finding the plaintiffs lacked standing and could prove “not set of facts in support of their claims.”

HONOLULU — The Hawaii Supreme Court dismissed a complaint challenging all the results of federal, state and county races in the Aug. 8 primary election and the Nov. 3 general election, finding the plaintiffs lacked standing and could prove “no set of facts in support of their claims.”

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