The question on your ballot will ask,
“Shall there be a convention to propose a revision of
or amendments to the Constitution?”

We strongly urge you to Vote No!





Too Expensive.

A ConCon will cost an estimated $55 million, money that could be spent on badly needed repairs to Hawaii's infrastructure and other needs.

Too Dangerous.

As one of the nation’s most progressive Constitutions, we have a lot to lose from mainland special interest groups pouring money in to advance their agendas. A ConCon opens the entire Constitution to changes that could weaken rights and protections including those for the environment, civil rights, Native Hawaiian rights, collective bargaining, public employee pensions and health care and more.

Too Many Unknowns.

Who will be delegates? How will they be chosen? How long will the convention take? Why now? If there isn't a good reason to have a ConCon, why should we?