Picking a winner on election night will be tough to do. And get rid of those exit polls.
Things are changing here, especially with the pandemic. The decision to stick it out in the islands is not as easy as it once might have been.
The middle class is struggling to hang on to the American Dream, such as it is.
Hawaii registered 150,000 more voters in 2020. But only time will tell whether political enthusiasm is finally here to stay.
Pacific Islanders have been hard hit by the coronavirus in Hawaii. But they’re not waiting for government to take care of things for them like so many of us are.
Reversing a growing distrust in government and our leaders is going to be hard to do, especially with the next generation.
New leadership at state agencies isn’t enough to turn around Hawaii’s COVID-19 response.
If you are not getting the accountability you want, go public, go loud and up the ante.
Hawaii’s political history should have made us more suspicious of the government’s pandemic response.