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The Hawaii congresswoman has given no indication she plans to stop campaigning even as other candidates who have performed better are dropping out.
The Hawaii congresswoman continues to struggle in her bid for the White House, but she hasn’t given any indication she’s ready to drop out.
The Hawaii congresswoman appears to be focusing her campaign on early primary states that have large numbers of voters who don’t identify as Democrats or Republicans.
After finishing near the bottom in New Hampshire, the Hawaii Democrat continues to make a push in other early primary states.
The Hawaii congresswoman invested a lot of resources in New Hampshire with hopes of outperforming the polls and keeping her struggling campaign afloat.
The Hawaii congresswoman, who performed dismally in Iowa, has pretty much lived in the Granite State since December and hosted more than 100 events.
Tens of thousands of dollars in contributions have flowed from a Hawaii defense contractor, his family and employees to a Maine Republican senator.
Proposed changes to one of the country’s most influential environmental laws could mean less public scrutiny and oversight of big projects.