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Facing an uphill battle for re-election, the governor repeatedly stated, “We can be proud as Democrats,” as two-day event began.
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A solid majority of those surveyed support the idea of holding the first such event in 40 years.
Only former President Obama gets higher marks than the Hawaii congresswoman.
Nobody misstepped Wednesday, but nobody really stood out in the field of five candidates to be Hawaii’s new U.S. representative.
Fukumoto and Ing show strength among younger voters, many of whom remain undecided.
Three services were held in Honolulu on Friday and Saturday in honor of the late U.S. Sen. Daniel Kahikina Akaka.
The mayor of Hawaii County called an African-American federal employee “that colored guy in the back there.”
At their state convention Saturday, the islands’ Republicans hear optimistic predictions about the midterm elections.
From approving medical aid in dying to banning certain sunscreens and pesticide chemicals, legislators passed bills they only thought about in years past.
Measures on medical marijuana and all-mail voting are moving forward before the session wraps up next week.