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Mufi Hannemann

In Honolulu Mayoral Forum, It’s All About The Rail Project Cory Lum/Civil Beat

In Honolulu Mayoral Forum, It’s All About The Rail Project

UPDATED: Kirk Caldwell, Charles Djou and Peter Carlisle clashed over differing approaches to the costly mass transportation project.
New Political Parties Get Their Shot On Hawaii Ballots This Year PF Bentley/Civil Beat

New Political Parties Get Their Shot On Hawaii Ballots This Year

UPDATED: The Hawaii Constitution Party, the Hawaii Independent Party and the American Shopping Party have qualified.
Large Rail Contractors Dump $1.3 Million into Local Campaign Coffers Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Large Rail Contractors Dump $1.3 Million into Local Campaign Coffers

Companies making at least $1 million on the Honolulu rail project are donating heavily to local politicians. Some of the biggest beneficiaries include Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell, Hawaii Gov. David Ige and their predecessors.
Hawaii Governor: Ige Defeats Aiona in Landslide Vote Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii Governor: Ige Defeats Aiona in Landslide Vote

The Democratic nominee took a big early lead over the Republican and never let up. Independent candidates Hannemann and Davis finished way at the back of the pack.
Denby Fawcett: Digging Up Dirt and Opposition Research 101 PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Digging Up Dirt and Opposition Research 101

Political operatives who supply sleazy campaign fodder against opposing candidates can suffer consequences, but their goal is victory.
Aiona, Ige Largely Like-Minded on Needed Education Reform Katherine Poythress/Civil Beat

Aiona, Ige Largely Like-Minded on Needed Education Reform

But the top Hawaii gubernatorial candidates disagree about giving public money to private preschools.
Donations Flow Into Hannemann Campaign, But Debts Still Unpaid PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Donations Flow Into Hannemann Campaign, But Debts Still Unpaid

The candidate for Hawaii governor owes thousands of dollars in loans and expenses from past elections.
Three Candidates, Three Views on Future of Fast-Growing Kakaako PF Bentley/Civil Beat

Three Candidates, Three Views on Future of Fast-Growing Kakaako

Mufi Hannemann, David Ige and Duke Aiona discuss housing, infrastructure and the governor's influence on the area under control of state redevelopment district.
The Projector: The Governor’s Race and HECO’s Renewable Power Play PF Bentley/Civil Beat

The Projector: The Governor’s Race and HECO’s Renewable Power Play

Photos of the week show Ige, Aiona, Hannemann and Davis hitting the stage, and protestors holding a "solar vigil" as the power company laid out big renewable energy plans.
Chad Blair: Mufi Returns?

Chad Blair: Mufi Returns?

Former Honolulu mayor mulls a return to politics: Congress, the City Council or the governor's seat — something.
HUD Nails City For $8 Million In ORI Mismanagement Fiasco

HUD Nails City For $8 Million In ORI Mismanagement Fiasco

Possible kickbacks and conflicts are rife in Honolulu nonprofit grant deal, federal agency says.
Déjà Vu As Gabbard, Hannemann Fight for Senators’ Support

Déjà Vu As Gabbard, Hannemann Fight for Senators’ Support

Campaign ads for Hawaii's 2nd Congressional District imply endorsement by Akaka, Inouye.

July 2016

Thursday, July 14

In Honolulu Mayoral Forum, It’s All About The Rail Project

May 2016

Tuesday, May 10

New Political Parties Get Their Shot On Hawaii Ballots This Year

February 2015

Monday, February 2

Large Rail Contractors Dump $1.3 Million into Local Campaign Coffers

November 2014

Tuesday, November 4

Hawaii Governor: Ige Defeats Aiona in Landslide Vote

September 2014

Tuesday, September 30

Denby Fawcett: Digging Up Dirt and Opposition Research 101

Aiona, Ige Largely Like-Minded on Needed Education Reform

Wednesday, September 17

Donations Flow Into Hannemann Campaign, But Debts Still Unpaid

Monday, September 15

Three Candidates, Three Views on Future of Fast-Growing Kakaako

August 2014

Friday, August 29

The Projector: The Governor’s Race and HECO’s Renewable Power Play

December 2013

Thursday, December 5

Chad Blair: Mufi Returns?

June 2013

Tuesday, June 4

HUD Nails City For $8 Million In ORI Mismanagement Fiasco

August 2012

Thursday, August 9

Déjà Vu As Gabbard, Hannemann Fight for Senators’ Support

Thursday, August 2

Civil Beat Poll – Tulsi Leaves Mufi In Her Dust

Wednesday, August 1

Mufi’s Last Chance?

July 2012

Tuesday, July 31

Trailing Gabbard, Hannemann Gives Campaign $150K

Tuesday, July 24

Hawaii Candidates Banking on ‘Like’-Ability

Monday, July 16

Hannemann and Gabbard Race For The Cash

Thursday, July 12

Candidates for 2nd Congressional District Stress Background

Wednesday, July 11

Mufi Hannemann Answers Congressional District 2 Survey

Tuesday, July 10

Gabbard Files FEC Complaint Against Hannemann

June 2012

Monday, June 11

Civil Beat Poll – Stunning Turnaround In Hawaii’s CD2 Race

March 2012

Saturday, March 31

Hannemann Courts GOP Donors On Guam

Thursday, March 8

Hawaii Candidates Play Chicken on Disclosing Their Tax Returns

February 2012

Tuesday, February 21

Gabbard Campaign Benefits from Generous Family Support

Tuesday, February 7

Campaign Ads Now Hitting Hawaii Airwaves

January 2012

Thursday, January 5

Hawaii Candidates Keep Fundraisers Under Wraps

December 2011

Thursday, December 29

Could Hawaii’s 2nd District Go From Most Liberal to Most Conservative?

Wednesday, December 28

Big Changes in Store for Hawaii’s Congressional Delegation

October 2011

Friday, October 28

Hannemann Radio Show Doesn’t Cross Legal Line

Tuesday, October 18

CEOs, Developers Pump Up Hannemann’s Campaign Coffers

Monday, October 17

Hannemann Shows Fundraising Muscle

Friday, October 14

Capitol Watch: Oct. 14

September 2011

Thursday, September 15

Hawaii GOP Plans to Field CD2 Candidate

Saturday, September 10

Capitol Watch: Sept. 12

Tuesday, September 6

The Story of Mufi Hannemann and Tulsi Gabbard

August 2011

Wednesday, August 31

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

Tuesday, August 30

A Kinder, Gentler Mufi Hannemann?

Mufi Hannemann Running for Congress

June 2011

Thursday, June 16

Capitol Watch: June 17

Tuesday, June 14

The Many Tweets of Mufi

March 2011

Thursday, March 3

Akaka Retirement Triggers Political Free-For-All

February 2011

Sunday, February 20

Rail Groundbreaking: Phony or For Real?

Sunday, February 6

Capitol Watch: Feb. 7

January 2011

Monday, January 17

Honolulu Mayor Could Gut Capital Budget

Friday, January 14

Mufi Won’t Challenge Akaka, Period

Wednesday, January 12

Inside Honolulu: Jan. 12

Monday, January 3

Sierra Club Website Hacked

December 2010

Thursday, December 16

Mufi Makes His Return to Honolulu Hale

Wednesday, December 15

Inside Honolulu: Dec. 15

Monday, December 13

Capitol Watch: Dec. 14

September 2010

Monday, September 20

Analysis: Negative Hannemann Ads Hurt Caldwell’s Mayoral Bid

SLIDE SHOW The Final Day: No Gold at End of Rainbow for Mufi Hannemann

Sunday, September 19

Mufi = Neil = Love

Rejected: Honolulu Hale’s Leaders

Friday, September 17

Abercrombie Rolls Over Hannemann

Why I Would Make the Best Governor – Neil Abercrombie

Mufi’s Tweet to the Finish Line

Thursday, September 16

Why I Would Make the Best Governor – Mufi Hannemann

Wednesday, September 15

Canvassing the Valley Isle

Tuesday, September 14

The Last Round: Mufi vs. Neil on Maui

Mufi Tries to Get His Mojo Back

Monday, September 13

Hannemann: $280 million in New Spending on Two Pages of Abercrombie Plan

Abercrombie: Religious Flier Distorts My Record

Friday, September 10

Where Mufi and Neil Get Their Money, Part 2

Civil Beat Poll Reveals Hannemann’s Problems, Abercrombie’s Strength

Civil Beat Poll: Abercrombie on Top, Hannemann in Trouble

Thursday, September 9

God and Hawaii Politics

Hannemann: Abercrombie Rated 30 Percent Positive By U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Who’d Be a Green Governor? Mufi Hannemann

Wednesday, September 8

How Do Guv Candidates’ Green Creds Stack Up?

The Personal Is Political

Saturday, September 4

Venture Capital Associations Duel Over Mufi and Neil

Wednesday, September 1

Mufi Camp Removes ‘Compare and Decide’ Flier from Website

August 2010

Tuesday, August 31

Mufi’s ‘Compare and Decide’ Flier still on the Web

Lightning Round: The Governor Debate

Audience Disrupts TV Debate

Following the Gov Debate, in 140 Characters or Less

The Gov Debate Before It Happens

Mufi: I Lost Teachers Union Endorsement By One Vote

Friday, August 27

The Familiar and the Fresh From Mufi and Neil

Wednesday, August 25

Business Exec Disavows Anti-Mufi Letter As Forgery

Fifth Floor Diplomacy From Duke, Mufi ‘n’ Neil

Friday, August 20

Sunday in Moiliili With Dan

Gov Wannabes Want Business Climate Change

Thursday, August 19

Hannemann: I Graduated Cum Laude Twice

Abercrombie’s Vision Thing

Wednesday, August 18

What Hannemann’s Flier Tells Us About Him — and Us

Monday, August 16

Mufi vs. Neil: The Second Bloody Round

Friday, August 13

Hannemann: City Council Never Overrode a Veto

Thursday, August 12

Abercrombie: Feds Paid for Special Election

Style, Leadership Differences Emerge in Gov Debate

Sunday, August 8

Giving It Up for the Boss

Saturday, August 7

Where Mufi and Neil Get Their Money

Friday, August 6

Mufi: Neil’s Congressional Performance “Dead Last”

Thursday, August 5

Hannemann: Labor King?

Wednesday, August 4

Abercrombie: Election Will Be Won on Neighbor Islands

Hannemann on Endorsements by Business Groups

July 2010

Wednesday, July 28

Hannemann: I’m Only Candidate With Private Sector Experience

Tuesday, July 27

Hannemann: Let’s Bring The Superferry Back

Thursday, July 22

Hawaii Links for Thursday, July 14

Wednesday, July 21

Mufi, Neil and Duke Talk Tech

How Green Is Hannemann? He Won’t Show Or Tell

Hawaii links for Wednesday, July 21

Run4HIGov.com

Tuesday, July 20

Track the Fundraisers with Civil Beat

Monday, July 19

Hannemann’s PR Sprint to the Finish Line

No, Mufi, That Wasn’t “A Right Thing To Say”

Saturday, July 17

Look For the Union Label

Thursday, July 15

Does Half of Hawaii Follow @Mufi on Twitter?

Monday, July 12

Hawaii Links for Monday, July 12

Friday, July 9

Hawaii Links for Friday, July 9

June 2010

Wednesday, June 30

UPDATE: Poll Says Dems Will Win Governor’s Race

Tuesday, June 15

Hawaii Links for Tuesday, June 15

Thursday, June 10

What Headquarters Tell Us About Governor Candidates

May 2010

Monday, May 31

Going Forward: The Democratic Race For Governor

Thursday, May 27

Can Hawaii Democrats Unite At Weekend Convention?

Discussion: Hawaii Politics

UPDATE: Mufi Hannemann Declares Bid For Governor

Wednesday, May 26

Mufi v. Neil in 1986: The Bloody First Round

Discussion: Hawaii Governor’s Race

Tuesday, May 18

UPDATE: Abercrombie Opens Second Big Isle Campaign Office

Wednesday, May 12

UPDATE: The Four Bs On Hawaii Politics

Friday, May 7

UPDATE: City Says It Did Not Violate Procurement Law

Monday, May 3

Discussion: Honolulu

April 2010

Saturday, April 24

Los Angeles Rail — A mayor’s support

Mufi Hannemann