Campaign finance reports show Hawaii’s U.S. senators have far different totals on hand, but Hirono did raise $400,000 from April to June.
The proposed reauthorization of a housing bill leaves out annual funding of up to $13 million for Native Hawaiians.
The Hawaii senator perceives a whole new political landscape in the islands, with constituents following “every twist and turn.”
Despite dismal expectations, the plan preserves spending levels for the Coast Guard, East-West Center and Native Hawaiian services while boosting defense spending.
Sen. Brian Schatz, whose term is not up until 2022, has $2.2 million in campaign cash, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Sweeping weather legislation sponsored by Hawaii Sen. Brian Schatz is signed into law by President Trump.
The senator’s Honolulu town hall drew about 400 people, signaling what he said was growing political activism since Trump’s election.
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands comes under fire for not providing any new housing units last fiscal year.