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Tupola Leaves GOP Challengers Behind In Campaign Money Race

John Carroll and Ray L’Heureux struggled to raise funds in the Republican primary election for governor.

Following The Money In Oahu Legislative Races

Fresh faces are raising and spending more than some longtime lawmakers with better name recognition.

OHA At-Large Candidates Have Raised Little Money So Far

None of the three incumbents — Lei Ahu Isa, Rowena Akana and John Waihee IV — reported spending any money this year and two are in debt.

Community Voices

Tom Yamachika: The Risk Of Expanding GET Exemptions Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Tom Yamachika: The Risk Of Expanding GET Exemptions

A new affordable housing law could lead to Hawaii losing hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue.

Da Mayor’s Modest Proposal Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Da Mayor’s Modest Proposal

Here’s how to save ourselves from the “voluntary disrupters” blocking our sidewalks.

Campaign Corner: Traffic Jams Are A Real Time Suck In Central Oahu Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Campaign Corner: Traffic Jams Are A Real Time Suck In Central Oahu

It’s time to consider how traffic congestion is impacting the cost of living on Oahu.

The Good And The Bad Of A Carbon Tax In Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat

The Good And The Bad Of A Carbon Tax In Hawaii

For a state surrounded by rising seas, it’s remarkable the case for locally comprehensive carbon pricing even need be made.