Attorney and tourism executive Ed Case represented Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional District from 2002 to 2007. He’s now running to represent the 1st Congressional District. Case sat down with Pod Squad host Chad Blair to talk about a return to Congress and what separates him from the pack in the Democratic primary field.

Former U.S. Rep. Ed Case in the Civil Beat recording studio.

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