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The Hawaii congresswoman participated in a panel at the Sanders Institute Gathering as part of a New England tour that includes feeling out her presidential ambitions.
The congresswoman will travel from a high-profile event for Bernie Sanders progressives in Vermont to New Hampshire, where she’ll participate in a pre-presidential meet and greet.
A recent inspector general report highlights shortcomings in FEMA’s oversight of the emergency warning system.
The Hawaii congresswoman is upset about the president’s support of Saudi Arabia despite the killing of Jamal Khashoggi and its ongoing war in Yemen.
The Hawaii senator joined two Senate Democrats in the action, which argues Matthew Whitaker’s appointment is unconstitutional.
The congressman will join one of the most diverse freshman classes in U.S. House history, one that must decide if Nancy Pelosi will still lead them.
The Hawaii congresswoman, who’s considering a run for president, has been outspoken about party establishment and wasn’t a major factor in Democratic fundraising efforts.
Democrats swept Hawaii’s congressional races, with Sen. Mazie Hirono and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard winning in landslides.
Most of that cash — about $7 million for the midterm elections — went to Democrats, according to federal records.
Maui Republican Brian Evans switched parties to run against the congresswoman. He says she’s more interested in running for president than serving her district.
The congresswoman is hiring well-known national consultants despite having an easy path to re-election.
The former legislator hasn’t won an election since 1988, yet he keeps taking on Hawaii’s Democrats in federal races.