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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.
The union’s super PAC is flexing its political muscle in support of Colleen Hanabusa for governor and Josh Green for lieutenant governor.