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Races to Watch: Ewa Voters Oust Veteran Lawmaker

Ewa must choose between a professor and a construction manager.

Storm-tossed Puna Voters Get to Vote for Controversial State Rep. Faye Hanohano

Two polling places closed by Tropical Storm Iselle get chance to makeup election. Will they vote for the outspoken Hanohano?

5 Reasons Hanabusa Filed a Lawsuit to Delay Big Island Election

U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa has filed a motion in Circuit Court to delay the makeup election in Puna. Here’s her argument.

9 Reasons Neil Abercrombie Lost the Hawaii Governor’s Race

Neil Abercrombie is the first elected Democratic governor in the state of Hawaii to lose his bid for re-election.

All Eyes on Big Island: Hawaii U.S. Senate Candidates Schatz and Hanabusa Await Election Results

An election will be held on Aug. 15 in Puna.

Live Blog: Live Results, Commentary and Observations from Hawaii’s Primary Election Night 2014

Join us on Twitter for live election results, commentary and observations.

Calling All Hawaii Voters: Last Chance to Cast Your Ballot Early

Avoid the lines and potential stormy weather on primary day by voting early.

Do Endorsements Hurt or Help Hawaii Political Candidates?

How relevant are endorsements?

Gov. Abercrombie and Ige Unveil Dueling Plans for Hawaii’s Future

Compare state Sen. David Ige’s 11 points vs. Gov. Neil Abercrombie’s 16 issues.

Hawaii Absentee Voting is Under Way—Both Walk-In and By Mail

Learn where and how to cast your primary election vote in Hawaii.

After Voting, Is It Wise to Post Your Election Ballot?

Congressional candidates may cross the line with pleas to prove your vote on social media.

Hawaii Political Fashion: Abercrombie vs. Ige

Forget substance vs. style. It’s all about the right shirt and hair.

 

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