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Hawaii 2nd Congressional District

2011 Year in Review — DC808 Flickr

2011 Year in Review — DC808

Civil Beat opened a Washington, D.C., bureau in 2011.
Hawaii Election 2012: A Preview

Hawaii Election 2012: A Preview

Practically the only major seat not up for grabs is the Hawaii governor's.
Hannemann Radio Show Doesn’t Cross Legal Line

Hannemann Radio Show Doesn’t Cross Legal Line

But opponent in Hawaii 2nd District race doesn't like it.

The Story of Mufi Hannemann and Tulsi Gabbard

An unknown and under-defined candidate vs. an overly defined veteran.
Gabbard’s Six Unions Didn’t Go for Mufi Last Time, Either

Gabbard’s Six Unions Didn’t Go for Mufi Last Time, Either

On day Hannemann throws hat in the ring, Tulsi unveils labor support.
CD2, Anyone? Anyone?

CD2, Anyone? Anyone?

So far, only two people are running for Hawaii's 2nd Congressional District.
Redistricting Panel OKs Plan to Include Ko Olina in 1st Congressional District

Redistricting Panel OKs Plan to Include Ko Olina in 1st Congressional District

New boundaries would allow Colleen Hanabusa to live in her district without selling Ko Olina home.

Hirono Spends $1M On Campaign, Willoughby Misses Deadlines

Incumbent Mazie Hirono has spent more than $1 million on her campaign against Republican challenger John Willoughby, whose latest finance report is delinquent.
Palin Endorses John Willoughby, Snubs Civil Beat

Palin Endorses John Willoughby, Snubs Civil Beat

Sarah Palin's political organization referred Civil Beat to her Facebook page, where the former Alaska governor deleted our media request.
Hawaii 2nd Congressional District