Shall the Age Qualification for the Office of Governor and Office of Lieutenant Governor Be Reduced From Thirty Years of Age to Twenty-Five Years of Age?: The Poll

There is a bill that voters will have to decide upon come November:

Senate SB No. 966

A BILL FOR AN ACT PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE V, SECTION 1, OF THE HAWAII CONSTITUTION, TO CHANGE THE AGE QUALIFICATION FOR THE OFFICES OF GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR FROM THE AGE OF THIRTY YEARS TO THE AGE OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.

This question will be asked on the Ballots come November:

“Shall the age qualification for the office of governor and office of lieutenant governor be reduced from thirty years of age to twenty-five years of age?”

I myself think if your able to serve in the Military you should be able to run for any office (age 18)

I’d definately put Marzi in Office before Lingle ;)  But then again… he wouldn’t be eligible because he is only 23.

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