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Continued low turnout and an increase in absentee balloting show that we should be doing more than just testing it on Kauai in 2020.
Two natural disasters and an opponent whose overconfident campaign tried to run out the clock helped the governor secure a second term.
Super PAC funding helped state Sen. Josh Green gain a significant advertising edge over state Sen. Jill Tokuda in the lead-up to the election.
Incumbent Hawaii Gov. David Ige will be heavily favored in the general election against the GOP nominee, state Rep. Andria Tupola.
The democratic socialist who recently scored a big upset in New York appears at a rally for Ing’s congressional candidacy.
No nonpartisan candidate has won a statewide or legislative office in at least 25 years.
In D.C., the Democratic candidate for governor prided herself on funneling military dollars to Hawaii and was a strong advocate for the fishing industry.
On Oahu, about 70,000 mail ballots have been returned, and another 4,700 people have voted at walk-in polling places.