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Ige Picks New State Labor, Communications Directors Shawn T Moore/Office of the Governor

Ige Picks New State Labor, Communications Directors

Hawaii governor is working to fill remaining Cabinet positions yet this month.
Hawaii Media Outlets, Nonprofits Ask Ige to Improve Government Transparency Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Media Outlets, Nonprofits Ask Ige to Improve Government Transparency

Hui of 22 groups pens a letter to start a dialogue with the new administration about access to public records.
Governor Announces Six More Cabinet Members Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Governor Announces Six More Cabinet Members

Ige is keeping some of the key money officials from Abercrombie's administration.
David Ige Inauguration: Introducing Hawaii’s Eighth Governor Cory Lum/Civil Beat

David Ige Inauguration: Introducing Hawaii’s Eighth Governor

The longtime state lawmaker took the oath of office Monday, underscoring the opportunity the next administration has to "chart a new tomorrow."
Final Preparations Underway Before Ige’s Inauguration Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Final Preparations Underway Before Ige’s Inauguration

Roughly 2,000 seats have been set up in the Capitol rotunda for Monday's ceremony.
10 Things Hawaii’s Next Governor Has Said He’ll Do Cory Lum/Civil Beat

10 Things Hawaii’s Next Governor Has Said He’ll Do

David Ige told voters he would do quite a bit if elected. Here's some of what the public should expect to see.
Abercrombie’s Official Portrait Expected to Cost Taxpayers $45,000 Office of the Governor

Abercrombie’s Official Portrait Expected to Cost Taxpayers $45,000

The Hawaii governor's primary election loss surprised the agency responsible for the project, pushing its unveiling back months.
Denby Fawcett: Who the Heck Is David Ige? PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Who the Heck Is David Ige?

Our columnist spends a recent morning getting to know the Democratic contender for Hawaii governor.
Chad Blair: Republicans on Parade Chad Blair/Civil Beat

Chad Blair: Republicans on Parade

Hawaii's longtime minority party believes 2014 could be the year of change. Really!
Hawaii Governor