Hawaii’s senators warned of a bleak future in which partisanship rules Washington after Republicans confirmed President Donald Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee in the midst of an election year.
The latest filings from the Federal Election Commission show how the majority of the state’s federal delegation has worked to help Democrats retake control of Washington.
Hawaii’s senior senator is extremely troubled by the Ige and Caldwell administrations’ failure to deal effectively with the coronavirus problem in Hawaii.
The Hawaii senator unveiled a new proposal to reduce emissions and stimulate the economy by focusing federal resources to combat the rise of global temperatures.
Voters have cooled on U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, too. But Lt. Gov. Josh Green is very popular.
Each member of Hawaii’s federal delegation has taken on a different role as the federal government struggles to respond to the growing coronavirus pandemic.
All four members of Hawaii’s federal delegation have come out in support of the former vice president to Hawaii’s own Barack Obama.
Sen. Schatz’s office is directing Hawaii folks to the resource to help families, workers and businesses access funds and assistance.
The U.S. senator estimates that local residents will get an estimated $2.38 billion through direct payments and unemployment benefits.