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Ed Case Answers U.S. Senate Candidate Survey

Ed Case Answers U.S. Senate Candidate Survey

Editor’s Note: In June 2012, Civil Beat sent 10 questions to each of the candidates registered to run for the…
Health Care Ruling Could Hurt Hawaii GOP

Health Care Ruling Could Hurt Hawaii GOP

Lingle and Djou are running against a Democratic Party emboldened by Obama's big court victory.
Case: Women’s Groups Gave Me 100% Ratings

Case: Women’s Groups Gave Me 100% Ratings

U.S. Senate candidate says organizations approved of his congressional voting record.
Senate Hopefuls Hirono and Case Go Out Swinging

Senate Hopefuls Hirono and Case Go Out Swinging

In their only live TV debate, Hawaii Dems spar over Iraq, disagree on Bush tax cut vote and drones.
Familiar Senate Debate Sees Fresh Exchanges

Familiar Senate Debate Sees Fresh Exchanges

Hirono presses Case on voting record on women's issues while Case reveals a new line of attack on Hirono.
Hawaii U.S. Senate Race: The Maui Debate

Hawaii U.S. Senate Race: The Maui Debate

UPDATED AARP debate produces no knockouts but does reveal some differences.
Civil Beat Poll – Case, Hirono Tied In Hawaii U.S. Senate Race

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

Two months before primary election, both Democrats sit at 46 percent.
Mazie Hirono: Notes from the Campaign Trail

Mazie Hirono: Notes from the Campaign Trail

Hawaii U.S. Senate contender addressed a progressive crowd at Netroots Nation.
The Campaigns of Ed and Mazie: A Contrast

The Campaigns of Ed and Mazie: A Contrast

Comparing the top Democrats vying for Hawaii's U.S. Senate seat.
Case and Hirono, Together at Last

Case and Hirono, Together at Last

Hawaii candidates for U.S. Senate talk tourism.
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."
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