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A resolution authored by Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz passed unanimously in support of the First Amendment and freedom of the press.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard easily wins the Democratic nomination for the 2nd Congressional District.
UPDATED: The Honolulu prosecutor’s office plans to appeal the ruling and still seeks to prosecute the federal agent in the killing of a Kailua man in 2011.
The democratic socialist who recently scored a big upset in New York appears at a rally for Ing’s congressional candidacy.
A Washington advertising consultant made headway in the islands by helping big-name clients who were willing to poke fun at themselves.
In D.C., the Democratic candidate for governor prided herself on funneling military dollars to Hawaii and was a strong advocate for the fishing industry.
The challenger must overcome U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s high poll numbers, fundraising prowess and national profile.
And U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is poised to win re-election by a landslide — again.
Unlike candidates in many blue districts on the mainland, progressives have struggled to find traction in Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District Democratic primary.
UPDATED The state senator spent $350,000 in the last three months, while former congressman Ed Case loaned himself $150,000.
UPDATED: “I lied to the grand jury,” Jesse Ebersole says regarding his relationship with the city prosecutor.
Federal candidates, from Tulsi Gabbard to Kaniela Ing, are spreading their messages across the U.S. in the attempt to build name recognition and raise money.