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The Democratic candidate for governor fields questions on rail, super PACs, homelessness and women.
Personalities, not ideologies, are at the heart of the contest between incumbent David Ige and Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa.
At a time of upheaval on the Big Island, two Democrats and two Republicans talked about how to build a better future.
Rep. Colleen Hanabusa has gathered the majority of big labor endorsements, but incumbent Gov. David Ige has the support of teachers.
A televised debate between the leading Democratic candidates for governor offered familiar rhetoric mixed with lively jabs over fresh topics.
There are differences in how they would deal with high public records fees and requiring public commission members to disclose conflicts.
Ryan Zinke, criticized for using the phrase during a discussion of Japanese-American internment with the Hawaii congresswoman, isn’t backing down.
Colleen Hanabusa and David Ige have played varying roles in moving the project forward, while Clayton Hee wants to curtail construction.
On the event’s second and final day, delegates replace chairman Tim Vandeveer with Kealii Lopez.
Only former President Obama gets higher marks than the Hawaii congresswoman.
Hawaii’s senators and representatives called for peace in Syria, congressional approval of future military action and the renewed acceptance of refugees into the U.S.