Politics - May 2014 May 1, 2014 Site Staff Trail Mix: Sen. Brian Schatz Pulls Into the Lead Loren Moreno, 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 Loren Moreno, Image isn’t everything, but it can help candidates build credibility and likeability. Who Wants to Be Hawaii’s No. 2 Politician? Treena Shapiro, 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”? Loren Moreno, Observations about Hawaii politics. Unavoidable for Comment: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Wants You to Know She Watched a Missile Test—on TV Loren Moreno, 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? Treena Shapiro, Hawaii’s part-time legislators find a diverse set of other occupations. Trail Mix: Notes from the Hawaii Campaign Trail Loren Moreno, 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? Loren Moreno, How many candidates will win in Hawaii without a fight? It’s up to you. Hawaii’s Resign-to-Run Law: Why Some Candidates Must Resign, But Others Don’t Treena Shapiro, So why do some candidates have to resign to run? Hawaii Political Races to Watch: Can State Sen. Clayton Hee Become the Next Lt. Governor? Loren Moreno, The HONOLULU Magazine political team can now project the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor will go— from snooze fest to a race to watch. How Does Political Public Opinion Polling Work in Hawaii? HONOLULU's Political Team, A crash course in Hawaii political polling with Ward Research's Becki Ward. CNN Calls Hawaii 'The State That Doesn't Vote,' But What If That Changed? Treena Shapiro, Getting Hawaii out of the registered voter basement.