Lawsuits hold up Hawaii election certification
HONOLULU — Certification of Hawaii’s presidential vote was being held up Wednesday by two lawsuits, including one filed by a woman who said she ran for president as an independent but wasn’t on the ballot.
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By calculating in blank ballots, Souza claims he lost by only 0.27%. But, just counting the actual votes cast, he lost by 0.41%. Still sore either way.