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Daniel K. Inouye

Civil Beat Poll: Hanabusa Has Edge in 1st Congressional District

Civil Beat Poll: Hanabusa Has Edge in 1st Congressional District

First Congressional race is tight, state Senate president on track to take seat back for Democrats. Inouye, Hirono cruising to easy victories.

It’s Good To Be Dan Inouye

In a year where Democrats were battered, Sen. Dan Inouye coasts to an easy victory and wins his ninth consecutive election in a landslide.

Djou, Hanabusa Break the $2M Mark

Charles Djou and Colleen Hanabusa each surpass $2 million in fundraising, but Hanabusa had more cash on hand going into the final month leading up to the election.

Video of Sen. Inouye’s Community Celebration

Democrats came together Sunday in Honolulu for a community event put on by Hawaii's senior senator.

Scenes From Sen. Inouye’s Community Celebration

Photos from Senator Daniel Inouye's Community Celebration where 16 Democratic candidates participated in a fun-filled day with taiko drumming, a saimin eating contest and bon dance.
Sunday in Moiliili With Dan

Sunday in Moiliili With Dan

Sen. Dan Inouye invited 16 Democratic candidates to come together to slurp saimin, pound a taiko drum, make ikebana and don a hapi coat for a bon dance at Washington Middle School. His paramount goal: To unite his party before the bruising primary election.
Inouye Campaign Raises $225,605 in 2nd Quarter

Inouye Campaign Raises $225,605 in 2nd Quarter

Surprise! When it comes to campaign finance, Sen. Daniel K. Inouye is a juggernaut. His contributions this election cycle total more than $4.9 million.

Hawaii Links for Monday, July 19

More candidates file to run, Lingle to talk shop with hotels, and Inouye's gift to Hawaii.
Look For the Union Label

Look For the Union Label

Local Democrats still rely on labor's clout to win elections. The candidates want endorsements and help with their campaigns. In return, the unions want respect and jobs — especially jobs.

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, July 13

Inouye at the White House, Akaka on financial literacy, and Waihee criticizes Hawaii's public education system.
Inouye In Charge: A Study In Leadership

Inouye In Charge: A Study In Leadership

Hawaii's senior U.S. Senator held a federal hearing yesterday in Honolulu. That event and others show a veteran politician very much in command of his game.

Hawaii Links for Wednesday, July 7

Hirono files for re-election, Akaka and Inouye go to the State Capitol, and the five top candidates for Honolulu mayor debate.
Daniel K. Inouye