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In an hourlong conversation, the candidate fields questions from Civil Beat and Hawaii News Now on leadership, property taxes, tourism and the economic crisis due to COVID-19.
Mail ballots will start going out July 21.
The lineup for more than 100 elective offices is shaping up as the 2020 election season gets underway.
Some non-incumbents running for elective office in Hawaii are focused on public health as they also seek to gain political traction.
The local party is conducting its presidential primary by mail-in voting and asking voters to rank candidates in order of preference.
The mayoral candidate lacks a political history, so he’s turned to his background in local sports to attract potential voters.