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John Rabago admitted he violated a man’s rights and laughed about it.
The former congresswoman has two decades of political experience and government service behind her. Now she wants to be Honolulu’s mayor.
Pine is a former state legislator and two-term City Council member. She’s the only mayoral candidate currently in an elected office.
Primary election voting by mail starts in just over a week.
Despite deep political ties to numerous state and local officials, Keith Amemiya says he has the fresh perspective that Honolulu needs in the mayor’s office.
Rick Blangiardi regularly used his platform on Hawaii News Now to criticize from the sidelines. Now he admits he doesn’t have all the answers either.
In the Honolulu mayor’s race, a seasoned politician like Hannemann can tout his successes but also has a long record ripe for scrutiny.
The family of the man who died alleges police used excessive and unreasonable force after stopping the suspected shoplifter last year.
Thirty-five years ago, the federal government sued Rick Blangiardi for his participation in a loan scam. The mayoral candidate says he was duped by criminals.