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Hawaii 1st Congressional District

Why GOP Congressional Candidate Cam Cavasso Won’t Quit Running Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Why GOP Congressional Candidate Cam Cavasso Won’t Quit Running

The former legislator hasn’t won an election since 1988, yet he keeps taking on Hawaii’s Democrats in federal races.

Ed Case Wins 1st Congressional District Primary Race Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat

Ed Case Wins 1st Congressional District Primary Race

U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard easily wins the Democratic nomination for the 2nd Congressional District.

Campaign Corner: Doug Chin’s Cosmetic Political Makeover Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Campaign Corner: Doug Chin’s Cosmetic Political Makeover

His record as a city prosecutor and corporate lobbyists shows a conservative bent.

Democratic Contenders For Congress Duke It Out cory lu

Democratic Contenders For Congress Duke It Out

A debate Monday featured sharp attacks on the candidates’ records, as well as disagreements about the scale of the military presence in Hawaii.

Chad Blair: Candidates For Congress Sound A Lot Alike In Dissing Trump Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Chad Blair: Candidates For Congress Sound A Lot Alike In Dissing Trump

Nobody misstepped Wednesday, but nobody really stood out in the field of five candidates to be Hawaii’s new U.S. representative.

Civil Beat Poll: Kim Leads Chin In Race For Congress Civil Beat

Civil Beat Poll: Kim Leads Chin In Race For Congress

Fukumoto and Ing show strength among younger voters, many of whom remain undecided.

Beth Fukumoto Takes Her Hunt For Campaign Cash To DC Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Beth Fukumoto Takes Her Hunt For Campaign Cash To DC

The Republican-turned-Democrat is banking on outside help from disgruntled Never Trumpers and progressives.

Chad Blair: She Was An ‘R,’ Now She’s A ‘D’ — And Running For Congress Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Chad Blair: She Was An ‘R,’ Now She’s A ‘D’ — And Running For Congress

State Rep. Beth Fukumoto hopes to ride anti-Trump sentiment to Capitol Hill.

Chad Blair: Why Would Anyone Want To Run For Congress? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Chad Blair: Why Would Anyone Want To Run For Congress?

Maybe because it pays well, there are lots of perks and it’s possible — just possible — to do some good.

Judge: Angela Kaaihue’s Name To Remain On Ballot — Twice kaaihue4congress.com

Judge: Angela Kaaihue’s Name To Remain On Ballot — Twice

She is running as a Democrat for one congressional seat and as a Republican for another — to the chagrin of both parties.

Hawaii Democrats To Challenge Kaaihue’s Candidacy Facebook

Hawaii Democrats To Challenge Kaaihue’s Candidacy

UPDATED: The Republican running for the 2nd Congressional District has filed to run as a Democrat in the special election to fill the 1st District seat.
Congressional Candidates Try To Stave Off A Hanabusa ‘Coronation’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Congressional Candidates Try To Stave Off A Hanabusa ‘Coronation’

The Democratic race to represent urban Oahu looks like a shoo-in for Colleen Hanabusa, but the list of candidates is long.
Hawaii 1st Congressional District