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Maybe Some Hawaii People Shouldn't Vote?

HONOLULU hits the streets to find out how people REALLY pick their candidates.

Trail Mix: Watch Neil Abercrombie vs. David Ige on PBS Hawaii

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics. Here are our notes from this week, ending June 6.

8 Hawaii Candidates Declared Winners Before Election Day

Hawaii lawmakers who won by default.

Hawaii Candidate Deadline Attracts Last-Minute Flurry

Former Mayor Mufi Hannemann files to run for governor on the deadline day.

Trail Mix: Sen. Brian Schatz Pulls Into the Lead

Each week, HONOLULU Magazine’s political team compiles a mix of observations about Hawaii politics.

How to Look Like a Winner When Running for Hawaii Political Office

Image isn’t everything, but it can help candidates build credibility and likeability.

Who Wants to Be Hawaii’s No. 2 Politician?

The Democratic primary race for lieutenant governor draws powerful senator, former TV reporter and the guy who’s got the job.

Trail Mix: Is New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s Aiona Endorsement “Good News for Hawaii’s Voters”?

Observations about Hawaii politics.

Unavoidable for Comment: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Wants You to Know She Watched a Missile Test—on TV

We take a look at political folks frequently found in the media spotlight—very frequently.

What Else Does Your Hawaii Lawmaker Do For a Living?

Hawaii’s part-time legislators find a diverse set of other occupations.

Trail Mix: Notes from the Hawaii Campaign Trail

These interesting bits are often not worth a full story, but we don’t want to keep them to ourselves, either. Here’s your Trail Mix for this week.

14 Hawaii Candidates Running Unopposed — Want to Challenge Them?

How many candidates will win in Hawaii without a fight? It’s up to you.

 

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