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Local reelection campaign should get the president to visit Hawaii and speak to what he can do about the crisis in the islands.
The long-time lawmaker, who will be retiring after 30 years in the House, is “100% a leader and a role model for young Republicans to follow.”
They say that the House impeachment inquiry into the president’s request for a favor from Ukraine is nothing more than desperate politics.
GOP officials desperately want to stop losing seats. They’re already down to five in the 76-member Legislature.
Even though Democrats dominate the islands, the state GOP has more money than in recent years thanks to a few big donations.
The GOP is unable to field candidates in a growing number of races — and that, worry experts, is a problem for democracy and government transparency.
A west Oahu lawmaker, a perennial candidate and a former education official are vying to become just the third Republican governor since statehood.
At their state convention Saturday, the islands’ Republicans hear optimistic predictions about the midterm elections.
State Chairwoman Shirlene Ostrov says Republicans have the tools and money to start winning elections in the islands.
She’s running against state Rep. Andria Tupola and wants “to rebuild the party and offer voters a real choice.”