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Hawaii 2nd Congressional District

Kai Kahele: ‘We Have A Moral Obligation To Humanity’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Kai Kahele: ‘We Have A Moral Obligation To Humanity’

The state senator who’s now running for Congress is no stranger to war. But he wants to restrict the president’s ability to take military action without the approval of Congress.

Hawaii Sen. Kai Kahele Finds Money, Connections In DC Nick Grube/Civil Beat

Hawaii Sen. Kai Kahele Finds Money, Connections In DC

Now that Tulsi Gabbard has said she won’t seek reelection, the CD2 candidate is finding receptive ears in the nation’s capital.

Chad Blair: Why Tulsi Gabbard Should Quit Congress Right Now Nick Grube/Civil Beat

Chad Blair: Why Tulsi Gabbard Should Quit Congress Right Now

The presidential wannabe can show true aloha for the people of the 2nd District by letting them have proper representation.

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Raises $1.9 Million In Bid For White House Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Raises $1.9 Million In Bid For White House

Meanwhile, Kai Kahele, the state senator vying to take her congressional seat, says he feels good about the $250,000 he raised so far.

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.

Sherry Campagna’s Quest To Unseat Hawaii’s Most Popular Politician Civil Beat

Sherry Campagna’s Quest To Unseat Hawaii’s Most Popular Politician

The challenger must overcome U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s high poll numbers, fundraising prowess and national profile.

Hawaii Teachers Union Backs Gabbard Opponent For Congress Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Hawaii Teachers Union Backs Gabbard Opponent For Congress

UPDATED: In its endorsement of challenger Sherry Campagna, the union sharply criticized Gabbard’s human rights record because of her stance on Syria.

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 2nd Congressional District