In the race for money, Esther Kia‘aina and Sam Wilder King II are winning.
As of March 31, the former state Senate president also had the most cash on hand, followed by Councilman Ernie Martin.
Individual gifts from the islands totaled $2.2 million to the 2016 presidential candidates.
With few exceptions, Democrats are winning the money game against Republican opponents in key state House and Senate races.
Records show Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha has only contributed to a campaign once in the past decade.
Council members Ann Kobayashi, Ron Menor and Joey Manahan have far outraised their general election challengers.
Two political action committees favor Kirk Caldwell while a third, funded by engineer Dennis Mitsunaga, is backing challenger Charles Djou.
Brian Schatz, Tulsi Gabbard and Colleen Hanabusa are not worried about losing this year, but they are making moves for their future.