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Ed Case

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

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

Lingle has most staff, Hirono has highest-paid and Case depends on volunteers.
Hirono Won’t Debate Case On Top TV Networks Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Hirono Won’t Debate Case On Top TV Networks

UPDATED Senate candidate accepts only five appearances, none on network TV; Case calls decision "an insult to Hawaii voters."
Hawaii Candidates Play Chicken on Disclosing Their Tax Returns

Hawaii Candidates Play Chicken on Disclosing Their Tax Returns

Tax equity a key issue in 2012, but no federal candidate will be first to disclose their tax rate.
Lingle Ads Cost U.S. Chamber Big Bucks

Lingle Ads Cost U.S. Chamber Big Bucks

The Hawaii television blitz is just a taste of things to come this election season.
U.S. Energy Secretary Touts Lasers for Hawaii Geothermal Development

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

Obama administration says it's committed to driving down Hawaii energy costs.
Campaign Ads Now Hitting Hawaii Airwaves

Campaign Ads Now Hitting Hawaii Airwaves

U.S. Senate candidates Mazie Hirono and Ed Case lead the pack in TV ad buys.
Hirono: I’m Only Candidate Who Opposed Bush Tax Cuts

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

Democrat distinguishes herself from primary opponent Ed Case.
Lingle, Flush With Cash And On Message Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Lingle, Flush With Cash And On Message

Senate candidate capitalizes on fundraising prowess to promote campaign themes, ding rivals.
Lingle Raises $1.8M, Sprints Past Hirono Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Lingle Raises $1.8M, Sprints Past Hirono

UPDATED Former governor has strong showing in first U.S. Senate campaign finance report.
Hawaii Candidates Keep Fundraisers Under Wraps Adrienne LaFrance/Civil Beat

Hawaii Candidates Keep Fundraisers Under Wraps

Only Case, Hannemann and Kiaaina share dates and locations of fundraising events.
Big Changes in Store for Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation Adrienne LaFrance/Civil Beat

Big Changes in Store for Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation

A look at what 2012 could bring as Hawaii's Capitol Hill presence shifts.
How Hawaii U.S. Senate Candidates Would Save $1.2 Trillion Flickr

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

Senate hopefuls look to make deep cuts to squelch long-term federal debt.
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