Elections, Anxiety and Non-Essential
From Hawaii Family Forum, October 30, 2020
Elections are Just a Few Short Days Away!
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News from the Nation
Hawaii Senators Vote Against Coney Barrett Confirmation
On Monday, October 26, 2020, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett as the newest justice on the United States Supreme Court. The vote was 52-48.
Hawaii Senators, Hirono and Schatz, unsurprisingly, voted against her confirmation.
Justice Barrett is the fifth woman to sit on our nation's highest court, and she is expected to be sworn in later tonight. At age 48, she will be the youngest justice currently serving on the court
Triple "F" Podcast
FAITH IN POLITICS: Rise of the Blank Votes
Watch this episode of Faith in Politics as Eva Andrade discusses the rise of the "blank" vote with local attorney, Frederick "Fritz" Rohlfing.
FAITH IN POLITICS: Millenials and First Time Voters
Watch this episode of Faith in Politics as Eva Andrade discusses this election with young adults. Two of whom are voting for the very first time.
FAITH IN POLITICS: Non-Essential
Watch this episode of Faith in Politics as Eva Andrade discusses the successful Non-Essential event... the brainchild of Ryan Higgins.