The Hawaii congressman was one of just two Democrats to side with the GOP in a failed attempt to block the party from moving forward with President Joe Biden’s coronavirus relief package.
Both men will represent Hawaii in the U.S. House of Representatives after a contentious election year that saw Joe Biden defeat President Donald Trump.
Neither candidate faced a serious challenger in their bids to represent Hawaii in the U.S. House, which is still controlled by Democrats.
The latest filings from the Federal Election Commission show how the majority of the state’s federal delegation has worked to help Democrats retake control of Washington.
The Hawaii congressman says he will not go public with his criticisms of the Ige administration or other public officials’ handling of the pandemic.
They received hundreds of thousands of dollars from special interest groups and those with strong ties to the business community.
The congressman says he’s worked hard in Washington and there is much more hard work to be done.
The Hawaii congressman says some provisions of the proposed federal legislation may go too far.