Bills would allow some 17-year-olds to vote in primaries
HONOLULU — The Hawaii state Legislature has advanced two bills that would allow some 17-year-olds the right to vote by next year’s primary election.
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What is up with this? 17 year old’s can vote. Democracy is really interesting. Representation comes with a price. But if you’re the ones in politics, and don’t have any upstairs to work with, then bills go on and on for no avail. Why are they considering this? It has something to do with individual rights. They have a right to be heard, and we don’t want to loose their brilliance to the media or the government or anyone that will take away from them of their true path in life. Let’s keep their brilliance in tact and have them vote. Just look at government now. Purely propaganda. It is advisable that you learn the culture of the time, this to understand their free will to become a mayor or governor.