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Federal candidates, from Tulsi Gabbard to Kaniela Ing, are spreading their messages across the U.S. in the attempt to build name recognition and raise money.
Rep. Colleen Hanabusa has gathered the majority of big labor endorsements, but incumbent Gov. David Ige has the support of teachers.
Software and staff upgrades will make Hawaii’s voting system less vulnerable to cyberattacks, officials say.
Two Hawaii lawmakers voted to give public money to an animal support organization while sitting on its board of directors.
The five Democratic candidates for Hawaii’s lieutenant governor spent an hour Monday evening trying to win over voters.
Strategies 360 won’t reveal a single client or issue it’s supporting in the islands. But the company has assembled a stable of well-known local talent.
In many other states, pamphlets with information about candidates and issues on the ballot are sent to voters before an election.
Whoever wins the race for governor will have to balance a budget that includes billion-dollar payments for retired state workers.