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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.
The union’s super PAC is flexing its political muscle in support of Colleen Hanabusa for governor and Josh Green for lieutenant governor.
The governor was feisty and playful in responding to criticism from Congresswoman Hanabusa and her supporters.
Gov. David Ige, after trailing Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa in a May poll, now leads by 9 percentage points among likely primary voters.
Rep. Matt LoPresti says Senate President Ron Kouchi is distorting the facts to help lobbyist Alicia Maluafiti win the election.
Hanabusa supporters are blasting the governor for challenging Hanabusa’s repeated criticism of him, saying it’s really a dis on women.