BY DAVID CHANG – The Hawai’i Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit challenging Hawaii’s open Primary Election.
The Hawai’i Democratic Party is fully within its rights under the U.S. Constitution to choose a closed Primary system.
By an overwhelming vote of the delegates at our 2011 convention, the Hawai’i Republican Party has chosen to exercise our right to retain our open primary system even as the Democrats close theirs.
We invite the participation of Republicans, Independents, and dissatisfied Democrats in the Hawaii Republican Party’s open primaries to provide voters in every district with a community-focused General Election alternative that reflects the values of the majority of Hawaii’s voters.
In contrast, the Democrats seek to limit who may participate in selection of their candidates to protect the interests of their party bosses, machine politics, and their far left base.
David Chang is the Hawai’i Republican Party Chairman
[…] Lastly, Connelly is basically saying that he is not willing to fight to protect our First Amendment right to free association. Even in Hawaii, President Barak Obama’s home state, Democrats are fighting within their rights under the U.S. Constitution to choose a closed Primary system. See article. […]
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