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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.
 Hirono: Case Voted To Make Illegal Immigrants Felons

 Hirono: Case Voted To Make Illegal Immigrants Felons

Hirono says Case supported "Arizona-style" immigration reform.
Hirono and Lingle Already Focusing on Each Other

Hirono and Lingle Already Focusing on Each Other

Hawaii U.S. Senate candidates largely ignore Ed Case, other opponents.
Case Versus Hirono, But Lingle’s In the Mix

Case Versus Hirono, But Lingle’s In the Mix

Hawaii Senate candidates trade political jabs in final face-off.
Hawaii Candidates Banking on ‘Like’-Ability

Hawaii Candidates Banking on ‘Like’-Ability

On how friends, followers and fans are shaping political campaigns.
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