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Inside Ige’s Political Turnaround — And How Hanabusa Helped Him

Two natural disasters and an opponent whose overconfident campaign tried to run out the clock helped the governor secure a second term.

Chad Blair: On The Day After, Democratic Dominance On Display

As always, winners and losers came together in the same room just hours after the primary for the biennial Unity Breakfast.

Kauai: There May Be No Stopping Derek Kawakami’s Mayoral Campaign

Meanwhile, a political newcomer emerges in the County Council race on a day when some of the island’s few voters were inspiring.

Big Island: Newly Elected Council Members Face A County In Turmoil

Most of the leadership lineup is set after the primary, and big challenges lie ahead in dealing with the volcanic eruption.

The Primary Turnout Was Low — But Not As Low As 2016

The turnout of 38.6 percent included 179,078 people who voted by mail or at early polling places.

Community Voices

I Tried To Get A New Driver’s License And Tripped Over HECO Cory Lum/Civil Beat

I Tried To Get A New Driver’s License And Tripped Over HECO

You have no idea how hard it can be to change your name on your electric bill.

Why Early Education Must Be Done Right Courtesy

Why Early Education Must Be Done Right

There’s a zero margin of error for creating Hawaii’s new system.

Tom Yamachika: Weekends Safe Once Again, Maybe Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Tom Yamachika: Weekends Safe Once Again, Maybe

A taxpayer wins a calendar dispute with the City and County of Honolulu.

Reclaiming The Nation Of Hawaii’s Destiny PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Reclaiming The Nation Of Hawaii’s Destiny

The restoration and return of native lands could start on Molokai.