Hawaiian Election Challengers Turn To Supreme Court After Losing In 9th Circuit

(November 25, 2015, 9:47 AM EST) -- WASHINGTON, D.C. — Challengers to an election in Hawaii of delegates to a constitutional convention of Native Hawaiians asked the U.S. Supreme Court Nov. 23 to enter an injunction under the All Writs Act to halt the counting of ballots cast in the election and certification of the winners (Keli’i Akina, et al., v. State of Hawaii, et al., U.S. Sup.).

(Emergency application for injunction available. Document #96-151211-011B.)

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Hawaii residents Keli’i Akina, Kealii Makekau, Joseph Kent, Yoshimasa Sean Mitsui and Pedro Kana’e Gapero and...
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