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Ed Case

Campaign Corner: Donna Kim Is The Choice For Women Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Campaign Corner: Donna Kim Is The Choice For Women

She’s a far better choice than Ed Case, whose track record in Congress is lamentable.

In Crowded Race For Congress, Democrats Span Ideological Spectrum Cory Lum/Civil Beat

In Crowded Race For Congress, Democrats Span Ideological Spectrum

Unlike candidates in many blue districts on the mainland, progressives have struggled to find traction in Hawaii’s 1st Congressional District Democratic primary.

Kim Outspends The Pack In Crowded Race For Congress Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Kim Outspends The Pack In Crowded Race For Congress

UPDATED The state senator spent $350,000 in the last three months, while former congressman Ed Case loaned himself $150,000.

Donna Kim’s Misleading Attack On Her Opponent Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Donna Kim’s Misleading Attack On Her Opponent

The congressional candidate originally said Ed Case missed 48 percent of his votes during his previous tenure in Congress, which is inaccurate.

Democratic Contenders For Congress Duke It Out cory lu

Democratic Contenders For Congress Duke It Out

A debate Monday featured sharp attacks on the candidates’ records, as well as disagreements about the scale of the military presence in Hawaii.

Denby Fawcett: Race Still Matters In Hawaii Politics Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Race Still Matters In Hawaii Politics

When an analyst said Ed Case has an advantage as the only white Democrat running for Congress, many of us were taken aback. We shouldn’t have been.

How Two Different People Could Win The Same US House Seat Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How Two Different People Could Win The Same US House Seat

Come November, voters may be asked to elect short-term and long-term replacements for the late Mark Takai.
Hanabusa To Run For Takai’s Seat In Congress? PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Hanabusa To Run For Takai’s Seat In Congress?

The Democrat and former congresswoman likely would scare off many potential challengers for the seat she won twice before Takai.
Was Ed Case Right About Senate Transition?

Was Ed Case Right About Senate Transition?

In 2006 campaign, the Democrat argued Hawaii should have next generation of leaders to take the place of Sens. Akaka and Inouye.
Case Loaned Campaign $50K In Final Days

Case Loaned Campaign $50K In Final Days

Money used to refund contributions for general election run that never happened.
Civil Beat Poll – What the Heck Happened? Flickr.com

Civil Beat Poll – What the Heck Happened?

Pre-election survey nailed Gabbard win, missed Hirono badly.

July 2018

Wednesday, July 25

Campaign Corner: Donna Kim Is The Choice For Women

In Crowded Race For Congress, Democrats Span Ideological Spectrum

Tuesday, July 17

Kim Outspends The Pack In Crowded Race For Congress

Tuesday, July 3

Donna Kim’s Misleading Attack On Her Opponent

Democratic Contenders For Congress Duke It Out

June 2018

Tuesday, June 26

Denby Fawcett: Race Still Matters In Hawaii Politics

July 2016

Wednesday, July 20

How Two Different People Could Win The Same US House Seat

May 2016

Tuesday, May 24

Hanabusa To Run For Takai’s Seat In Congress?

December 2012

Wednesday, December 19

Was Ed Case Right About Senate Transition?

October 2012

Wednesday, October 24

Case Loaned Campaign $50K In Final Days

August 2012

Monday, August 13

Civil Beat Poll – What the Heck Happened?

Thursday, August 9

Hirono Trounces Case, Sets Sights On Lingle

Sunday, August 5

 Hirono: Case Voted To Make Illegal Immigrants Felons

July 2012

Monday, July 30

Hirono and Lingle Already Focusing on Each Other

Thursday, July 26

Case Versus Hirono, But Lingle’s In the Mix

Tuesday, July 24

Hawaii Candidates Banking on ‘Like’-Ability

Friday, July 13

Ed Case Answers U.S. Senate Candidate Survey

June 2012

Friday, June 29

Health Care Ruling Could Hurt Hawaii GOP

Wednesday, June 20

Case: Women’s Groups Gave Me 100% Ratings

Friday, June 15

Senate Hopefuls Hirono and Case Go Out Swinging

Thursday, June 14

Familiar Senate Debate Sees Fresh Exchanges

Wednesday, June 13

Hawaii U.S. Senate Race: The Maui Debate

Monday, June 11

Civil Beat Poll – Case, Hirono Tied In Hawaii U.S. Senate Race

Sunday, June 10

Mazie Hirono: Notes from the Campaign Trail

Friday, June 1

The Campaigns of Ed and Mazie: A Contrast

May 2012

Wednesday, May 30

Case and Hirono, Together at Last

Wednesday, May 16

Who’s Making Big Bucks Working for Hawaii’s U.S. Senate Candidates?

April 2012

Thursday, April 19

Hirono Won’t Debate Case On Top TV Networks

March 2012

Thursday, March 8

Hawaii Candidates Play Chicken on Disclosing Their Tax Returns

Lingle Ads Cost U.S. Chamber Big Bucks

February 2012

Wednesday, February 29

U.S. Energy Secretary Touts Lasers for Hawaii Geothermal Development

Tuesday, February 7

Campaign Ads Now Hitting Hawaii Airwaves

Sunday, February 5

Hirono: I’m Only Candidate Who Opposed Bush Tax Cuts

January 2012

Thursday, January 26

Lingle, Flush With Cash And On Message

Wednesday, January 25

Lingle Raises $1.8M, Sprints Past Hirono

Thursday, January 5

Hawaii Candidates Keep Fundraisers Under Wraps

December 2011

Wednesday, December 28

Big Changes in Store for Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation

Tuesday, December 6

How Hawaii U.S. Senate Candidates Would Save $1.2 Trillion

November 2011

Sunday, November 20

Capitol Watch: Nov. 21

October 2011

Tuesday, October 25

Is Medicare A Chink In Lingle’s Political Armor?

Monday, October 24

Hirono Outspends Case, Shells Out $68K to Consultants

Case’s 3rd Quarter Fundraising Detailed

Wednesday, October 19

When Mazie Met Linda … and Ed

Friday, October 14

Capitol Watch: Oct. 14

Tuesday, October 11

Observations on Lingle’s U.S. Senate Candidacy From An Almost-Candidate

Lingle Makes Hawaii Senate Race a Must-Watch

Thursday, October 6

Case Comes to Washington and Casts Hirono as ‘Status Quo’ Candidate

Tuesday, October 4

Sen. Inouye Backs Hirono in U.S. Senate Race

August 2011

Sunday, August 14

Case Makes His Case As He Opens Campaign HQ

July 2011

Thursday, July 21

Case: Support Has ‘Never’ Come From PACs

Special-Interest Groups Boost Mazie Hirono in Hawaii U.S. Senate Race

Wednesday, July 20

Case Raised Barely Half Hirono’s Total for Senate Run in Latest Quarter

Saturday, July 16

Hawaii Execs Put Their Money Behind Hanabusa

Friday, July 15

Hirono Leads in Hawaii Senate Fundraising

June 2011

Monday, June 27

Capitol Watch: June 27

May 2011

Thursday, May 19

Word’s Out: Hirono To Run For U.S. Senate

April 2011

Saturday, April 9

Capitol Watch: April 11

March 2011

Friday, March 25

Capitol Watch: March 28

Thursday, March 3

Akaka Retirement Triggers Political Free-For-All

December 2010

Wednesday, December 22

Capitol Watch: Dec. 23

August 2010

Wednesday, August 25

Congress Race Flying Below the Radar — For Now

May 2010

Monday, May 31

Case Withdraws: Money Makes The World Go Round

Case Closed: What Ed’s Bombshell Means For Democrats

Thursday, May 27

Can Hawaii Democrats Unite At Weekend Convention?

Discussion: Hawaii 1st Congressional District Election

Monday, May 24

Analysis: Civil Beat Poll Points To Dems’ November Dilemma

The Price Tag Of A Seat In Congress: $12.31 Per Vote

Mr. Djou Goes To Washington

Sunday, May 23

1st District Voters Send Djou to Congress

Friday, May 21

Mail-In Voting The Winner In Special Election

Tuesday, May 18

Website 101 With Ed, Colleen and Charles

Thursday, May 13

Discussion: 1st Congressional District Special Election

Majority of 1st District Voters Likely To Be Unrepresented

Wednesday, May 12

UPDATE: The Four Bs On Hawaii Politics

Tuesday, May 11

National Democrats Pull Out Of Hawaii After Civil Beat Poll

Monday, May 10

Civil Beat Poll: Djou On Way To May 22 Victory

Ed Case