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Schatz: Remember Sanders’ Passion When Looking To 2018 Vote Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Schatz: Remember Sanders’ Passion When Looking To 2018 Vote

“We need a progressive counter-revolution,” says the Hawaii senator, who was elected to a full six-year term Tuesday.

Schatz, Gabbard, Hanabusa Win Big In Congressional Races Cory Lum/CIvil Beat

Schatz, Gabbard, Hanabusa Win Big In Congressional Races

Colleen Hanabusa will rejoin the congressional delegation after winning two races on the general election ballot.

Shoo-In Candidates For Congress Raise Nearly $1M, Spend More Cory Lum/CIvil Beat

Shoo-In Candidates For Congress Raise Nearly $1M, Spend More

Brian Schatz, Tulsi Gabbard and Colleen Hanabusa are not worried about losing this year, but they are making moves for their future.

Schatz, Gabbard And Hanabusa Win Congressional Primaries Eugene Tanner/Civil Beat

Schatz, Gabbard And Hanabusa Win Congressional Primaries

Sen. Brian Schatz and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard are running for re-election, while former Rep. Colleen Hanabusa is seeking to return to Congress.
Schatz Slams Trump On Philippines Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Schatz Slams Trump On Philippines

The GOP presidential nominee says immigration should be restricted from the Philippines and other countries. Not so fast, says Schatz.
Will Congress Pass Zika Bill? Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Will Congress Pass Zika Bill?

Dozens of U.S. senators, including Hawaii's, want the Congress to go back into session to provide $1.1 billion to deal with the virus.
Convention Delegate Doesn’t Regret Flipping The Bird In Philly C-SPAN screenshot

Convention Delegate Doesn’t Regret Flipping The Bird In Philly

Hawaii's Democratic Party chair apologized for the actions of Sanders supporter Chelsea Lyons Kent. But Kent isn't apologizing.
Why It’s So Hard To Find A Fresh Voice In Hawaii Politics Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Why It’s So Hard To Find A Fresh Voice In Hawaii Politics

U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz has an easy route to re-election. Oh, there are candidates who'd love to unseat him. They just struggle to get noticed.
Judaism In Hawaii Politics

Judaism In Hawaii Politics

A newspaper in Israel writes about the surprising number of Jewish politicians in the islands.