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State Rep. Kaniela Ing says any problems are simply bookkeeping errors.
The group, All Hawaii Stand Together, has ties to the pro-rail Pacific Resource Partnership that has been a big player in past elections.
Fundraisers during the Hawaii legislative session have increased by 88 percent over the past six years.
The Garden Island has had difficulty in the past recruiting volunteer poll workers.
Support from the former top aide to the late Sen. Daniel Inouye has been a boon to two prominent candidates in their bids for higher office.
Voters can’t find out who’s funding a new website with claims of domestic violence against a candidate for governor until after the primary election.
State Rep. Beth Fukumoto hopes to ride anti-Trump sentiment to Capitol Hill.
Similar measures died in the Legislature the past three sessions. Let’s get it right in 2018.
Updated: The Hawaii attorney general will replace Shan Tsutsui, who abruptly quit for a political strategy job. Deputy AG Russell Suzuki will serve as acting AG.
The state’s campaign finance watchdog says Mayor Alan Arakawa gave thousands of dollars to nonprofits in violation of state law.