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A survey sent to almost everyone on the Hawaii primary ballot found 98 who support legalization and only 30 who oppose it.
The leading Democratic candidates sometimes shine in a series of mostly positive campaign commercials.
Hanabusa supporters are blasting the governor for challenging Hanabusa’s repeated criticism of him, saying it’s really a dis on women.
A large construction union is behind an effective ad attacking Gov. David Ige’s response to the false missile alert.
At a time of upheaval on the Big Island, two Democrats and two Republicans talked about how to build a better future.
The party says it really didn’t mean to promote the gubernatorial candidate over her Democratic rivals, including Gov. David Ige.
The incumbent Hawaii governor boasts of delivering on a promise to put AC in classrooms, while the challenger touts her leadership chops.
Along with her friend “Jesus,” Angela Kaaihue is now vying for Andria Tupola’s Leeward Oahu seat.
The former congressman pulled papers to run Monday, the day before the filing deadline.
On the event’s second and final day, delegates replace chairman Tim Vandeveer with Kealii Lopez.