Sen. Brian Schatz has millions of dollars in the bank with the 2022 election still more than a year away.
Hawaii’s senators are consistently tops among their colleagues when it comes to hiring non-white staffers.
Fourteen months after the start of the pandemic, he sees light at the end of the tunnel. Schatz also calls for filibuster reform and nudges Gov. David Ige to heed the advice of the CDC on travel requirements.
Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz recently announced his 2022 reelection campaign. He already has more than $3 million in the bank for it.
Hawaii’s congressional delegation has long pushed for a greater focus on the strategic importance of Pacific Island nations.
The U.S. senator first introduced the bill in 2019, but it languished in committee.
The facility was the site of a COVID-19 outbreak that killed 27 and prompted a change in management, a lawsuit and a massive federal fine.
Hawaii’s senior senator is elevating one of his top policy initiatives — climate change — as chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee.
Hawaii’s senior senator says the state should get enough money to avoid layoffs and furloughs for public workers.