The Republic of Hawaii
1900- McKinley signs Organic Act stating:
Hawaiians may not vote for President of the US, but can elect a representative of Hawaii’s interests, but who cannot vote.
Legislature of Hawaii can elect 15 senators and 30 representatives
BUT, the President of the US appoints governor, secretary, and Judges of courts (Territorial Supreme, Circuit, and General District)
Congress can amend or cancel any laws made by the legislature, abolish any territorial government, and put in its place its own military officials.