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Can Hawaii Democrats Unite At Weekend Convention?

Can Hawaii Democrats Unite At Weekend Convention?

It won't be easy. In this fall's primary election, the most hotly contested races are between Democrats.
UPDATE: Mufi Hannemann Declares Bid For Governor

UPDATE: Mufi Hannemann Declares Bid For Governor

Honolulu's mayor made it official: He will run against fellow Democrat Neil Abercrombie in the Sept. 18 primary for Hawaii governor.

UPDATE: Monday Morning Quarterbacking On The Djou Win

A roundup of some of the national political observations on Hawaii sending a Republican to Congress.
Mr. Djou Goes To Washington

Mr. Djou Goes To Washington

Hawaii sends a Republican to Congress. But what impact can Charles Djou really have?
1st District Voters Send Djou to Congress

1st District Voters Send Djou to Congress

For only the third time since statehood, Hawaii's congressional delegation will include a Republican. But Democrats believe they will win the seat back in November when they unite behind one candidate.

UPDATE: Abercrombie Opens Second Big Isle Campaign Office

With an eye on the neighbor island vote, gubernatorial hopeful Neil Abercrombie is investing time and money there.

UPDATE: Aiona, Finnegan ‘Team Up’ On Energy Issues

An email from the Legislature's Republican minority office links Lynn Finnegan with Lt. Gov. James "Duke" Aiona.

Discussion: 1st Congressional District Special Election

The Democratic Party of Hawaii will come together for three days of meetings and speeches at the…

UPDATE: The Four Bs On Hawaii Politics

Excerpts from a panel discussion with Dan Boylan, Richard Borreca, Jerry Burris and Chad Blair
Civil Beat Poll: Obama Still Riding Wave In Hawaii

Civil Beat Poll: Obama Still Riding Wave In Hawaii

President Barack Obama is much more popular in the district where he grew up than he is in the nation as a whole. Almost 63 percent of likely voters in Hawaii's 1st Congressional District approve of his job performance.