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Along with her friend “Jesus,” Angela Kaaihue is now vying for Andria Tupola’s Leeward Oahu seat.
Rough political attacks are nothing new. In 1874, supporters of Queen Emma physically assaulted backers of David Kalakaua in the aftermath of a royal election.
It doesn’t get any more outrageous than legislative leaders asking people to pony up cash for Colleen Hanabusa at the same time they’re voting on bills and budgets.
Two-thirds of Hawaii voters surveyed in our poll support the state holding a “con con,” the first in 40 years.
Government officials can do more to encourage public participation — and citizens need to stay engaged, conference participants say.
The Golden State is at the vanguard of the Trump resistance and much more that the islands might aspire to — or not.
An 18-year veteran of the Hawaii Legislature, the state senator hopes to make the jump to lieutenant governor.
Campaign finance reports show Hawaii’s U.S. senators have far different totals on hand, but Hirono did raise $400,000 from April to June.
The latest federal campaign finance reports indicate very different strategies by Hawaii’s congresswomen, and reinforce the notion Hanabusa may run for governor.
The Hawaii congresswoman is rejecting PAC money as interest in a possible national campaign picks up.