Civil Beat Staff

The Civil Beat Staff

Letters: Clarifying Data On Sex Offenders Caleb Hartsfield/Civil Beat

Letters: Clarifying Data On Sex Offenders

The authors of a recent opinion piece make some valid points, but there are some “contravening facts” that must be pointed out.

Slideshow: Primary Election Scenes Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Slideshow: Primary Election Scenes

The last of the votes were cast on a sunny Saturday, then candidates and their supporters sweated out the returns through the night.

ELECTION DAY LIVE — Hawaii’s 2018 Primary Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

ELECTION DAY LIVE — Hawaii’s 2018 Primary

Civil Beat’s coverage of Hawaii’s primary election starts here with reports from the field, community comments and more on the races.

Letters: We’ve Seen This Type Of Political Ad Before

Letters: We’ve Seen This Type Of Political Ad Before

Tom Coffman had the story long before Martin Hamburger showed up.

Candidate Q&A: Maui County Council (Kahului) — Alan Arakawa Alan Arakawa

Candidate Q&A: Maui County Council (Kahului) — Alan Arakawa

“New development needs to be planned around available infrastructure to minimize costs. ‘No Build’ zones need to be established to protect sensitive areas.”

Candidate Q&A: Maui County Council (Upcountry) — Yuki Lei Sugimura Yuki Lei Sugimura

Candidate Q&A: Maui County Council (Upcountry) — Yuki Lei Sugimura

“It is imperative to keep agricultural land for our farmers, and not allow development projects that threaten the open space and prime agricultural lands.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 10 – Chayne Marten Screen shot

Candidate Q&A: State House District 10 – Chayne Marten

“Look at the last 60 years under one-party leadership, it has been a disaster — the worst schools in the nation.”

Letters: What Is Be Change Now Really Up To? Caleb Hartsfield/Civil Beat

Letters: What Is Be Change Now Really Up To?

Suspicions about super PAC support for a Hawaii lieutenant governor candidate.

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 2 — Dave Burlew Dave Burlew

Candidate Q&A: Honolulu City Council District 2 — Dave Burlew

“We need to create a comprehensive agricultural preservation program. We need to use our farmland for producing food for local people.”

Candidate Q&A: State House District 2 — Terri Napeahi Terri Napeahi

Candidate Q&A: State House District 2 — Terri Napeahi

“I support changing the state constitution to allow taxing investment properties to fund initiatives for our public schools. Our public schools have been chronically underfunded for at least a hundred years.”

Letters: Don’t Rush To Judgment On LNG Caleb Hartsfield/Civil Beat

Letters: Don’t Rush To Judgment On LNG

Not all environmentalists oppose the use of liquified natural gas as a bridge fuel for Hawaii, letter-writer says.

Candidate Q&A: State House District 41 — Lynn Robinson-Onderko Lynn Robinson-Onderko

Candidate Q&A: State House District 41 — Lynn Robinson-Onderko

“We have to make funding of our public schools a top priority. We have to find new, innovative funding sources, including revenues through the diversification of our economy.”