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Elections officials are reluctant to purge voter rolls. But cases of people actually voting on someone else’s behalf almost never happen.
Oahu has taken several steps toward reopening, but a step back is necessary, the mayor said.
The acting prosecutor and three of his opponents are pitching very different solutions.
Ballard says it’s “unfair, unfounded and just plain wrong” to say HPD targets people based on their ethnicity.
The community workforce agreement is a first of its kind in Hawaii.
The term-limited Honolulu councilwoman is making use of her city platform as she seeks higher office.
Rick Keene was hired in early June to lead a new office. Now he’s out.
The PAC has not reported where it’s getting its money. The next state report isn’t due until just before the primary.
“Maybe you shouldn’t try to sugarcoat what it really is,” one Honolulu Police Commissioner said.