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Discussion: Hawaii 1st Congressional District Election

The special election is behind us. Charles Djou is in Washington. But now we’re heading toward the…
Analysis: Civil Beat Poll Points To Dems’ November Dilemma

Analysis: Civil Beat Poll Points To Dems’ November Dilemma

Hanabusa's second place finish in 1st Congressional District Special Election might position her to be party's standard bearer in November, but Case would be the stronger candidate against Djou.
The Price Tag Of  A Seat In Congress: $12.31 Per Vote Flickr.com

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

Charles Djou spent the least per vote and the smallest percentage of his funds raised – and still is heading to Washington as congressman for Hawaii's 1st Congressional District.
Mr. Djou Goes To Washington

Mr. Djou Goes To Washington

Hawaii sends a Republican to Congress. But what impact can Charles Djou really have?
1st District Voters Send Djou to Congress

1st District Voters Send Djou to Congress

For only the third time since statehood, Hawaii's congressional delegation will include a Republican. But Democrats believe they will win the seat back in November when they unite behind one candidate.
Mail-In Voting The Winner In Special Election Flickr.com

Mail-In Voting The Winner In Special Election

No matter who wins the 1st Congressional District special election Saturday, the ultimate victor may be mail-in balloting. Turnout is already well ahead of earlier special elections.
Website 101 With Ed, Colleen and Charles

Website 101 With Ed, Colleen and Charles

A look at how the top candidates in Hawaii's 1st Congressional District race present themselves online. What they include. And what they leave out.

Discussion: 1st Congressional District Special Election

Case, Djou Or Hanabusa? Should We Have Instant Runoff? ARTICLES Majority Of 1st District Voters Likely To Be Unrepresented…
Majority of 1st District Voters Likely To Be Unrepresented

Majority of 1st District Voters Likely To Be Unrepresented

Opinion polls suggest the winner of the 1st Congressional District race will not have a majority of the vote. Is that representation?

UPDATE: The Four Bs On Hawaii Politics

Excerpts from a panel discussion with Dan Boylan, Richard Borreca, Jerry Burris and Chad Blair
National Democrats Pull Out Of Hawaii After Civil Beat Poll

National Democrats Pull Out Of Hawaii After Civil Beat Poll

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee says it's done with spending money on the 1st Congressional District special election — five hours after Civil Beat poll shows Djou cruising to victory.
Civil Beat Poll: Djou On Way To May 22 Victory

Civil Beat Poll: Djou On Way To May 22 Victory

Honolulu City Councilman holds 14 point lead over Democrats Case and Hanabusa, who are in a dead heat for second place in the race to succeed Neil Abercrombie in the 1st Congressional District special election.
Ed Case