Hawaiian Woman Wins in Battle Over Really Long Name

Janice launched a campaign to get her 36-character last name on a driver's license and state ID.
3:00 | 12/31/13

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In a name offer -- Hawaiian woman the answer is 35 letters that's how long her last name is just tell us -- now she has won the right to have all of that plus the special punctuation mark. -- drivers license and state identification card previously VADs only had room for 35 characters including first and last names her next goal. Is to get all of her letters in her last name on her Social Security card. What are you get a crack -- -- I was I was so big he would -- it and let it let's have a contest went on I try when you're handling the day you go for a first okay. -- -- All right. I've got it in front I mean it's -- detected. Ky. They hey hey control and regular. And that's what you're gonna try that but does really go at -- -- -- -- -- complete Silva. KE hi nice ego out not he calls. And that surround -- and cooked up but that. About as much as I can get pretty bad characters is lot of different you know PO. I know all about people not pronouncing your name when you're grown up but that is a mouthful that's tough I would look at what's your first -- -- first name is probably right and cut the.

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