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Facing an uphill battle for re-election, the governor repeatedly stated, “We can be proud as Democrats,” as two-day event began.
Only former President Obama gets higher marks than the Hawaii congresswoman.
The governor says legislative leaders who now support Colleen Hanabusa are using their political power to manipulate the voters.
The leaders of the Hawaii House and Senate and the chairs of the money committees say Gov. David Ige is just not up to the job.
The governor’s office has declined to provide phone logs, text messages, instant messages and calendars related to the Jan. 13 false alarm.
Updated 3/7/2018: Challenger Clayton Hee demonstrates that he has not lost his ability to shake things up, politically and policy-wise. And Hawaii has lots of guns.
Updated: Gov. David Ige recently held two campaign fundraisers in Washington, D.C., while on official business. And Rep. Hanabusa took cash from NextEra.
The governor says the state will provide monthly subsidies of up to $250, and indicates a willingness to help residents elsewhere.