Hawaii On The Road To Make Legislative Progress In Electing Women Leaders

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Diverse assemblies and cabinets tend to represent the voice of every single citizen and help in the growth and development of the nation. It is something to be embraced and celebrated for a better and brighter future for the upcoming generations.

Hawaii seems to be moving in this direction, broadening its horizon and showing immense progress in allowing more women to contest for high office positions and freely share and express their ideas and opinions.

Earlier more men have played the role of state representative or senate but recent years see females stepping up to the challenge and making a mark in politics especially after the elections in 2016.

Figures from the Centre of American Women and Politics indicate an increase in women participation, approximately 2,276 women will be serving in 2021 i.e. 30.8% of the law-making bodies in Hawaii.

Research states that they will occupy more seats in the House and Senate and or at least 31.6% of the total seats.

Women bring insight and advocate for causes like maternity leaves and gender pay gaps, shedding light on matters that are usually deemed as insignificant and therefore not discussed when as a matter fact they should be and hold equal importance.

Various ministries and departments are encouraging women to apply and have 50% females working for them, qualified and talented, showcasing their skills and abilities, collaborating with their peers, and coming up with creative solutions to complicated problems.

They are proving their worth with excellence and exhibiting that they too can lead just as well as men and are more than ready to shoulder the responsibilities that come with it.

The system is making an effort to create a balance and ensure that appointed government personnel are unbiased and impartial in their judgments and decisions.