He believes the former Congresswoman “can deliver resources and results for Hawaii.”
On Thursday, former U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa began the process for a return to Washington.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says his tax returns won’t be released until after the election, and claims there’s…
Caldwell says he’s committed to seeing the rail project through, and plans to pound the pavement for votes.
Honolulu City Council chair Ernie Martin has pulled papers for a potential run for mayor.
The downtown satellite office is in the Leiopapa A Kamehameha Building on South Beretania St.
He’s still behind in the overall delegate count, trailing Clinton by around 700.
Voters in the three Western states supporting either Sen. Bernie Sanders or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said important issues …
He did not emerge from his Saturday sweep with significantly more delegates, winning 55 delegates to Clinton’s 20 for the day after his vict…
Out of Hawaii’s 25 delegates, 17 were awarded to Sanders and 8 to Clinton.
The turnout was so large that potential voters were turned away, leaving them upset.
A record turnout is expected.
Hawaii Republicans will send 19 delegates and 16 alternates to the Republican National Convention from July 18-21 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Volunteers are spending the next two days counting thousands of provisional ballots by hand.
State party leaders say they hoped to double the turnout of the 2012 caucus.
Hawaii voters, as well as voters in three other states, got to weigh in on the Republican presidential race Tuesday.
With Hawaii being one of the states Republican presidential candidates are competing in Tuesday, candidates made a final push for votes.
On Monday night, local campaigns for all the candidates were busy trying to gain support before Republican voters make their selection.
Presidential candidate and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has been running campaign ads here in Hawaii.
The Hawaii Republican caucus is Tuesday, March 8, followed by the Democratic preference poll two weeks later on Saturday, March 26.
It runs from Monday, February 1 through Tuesday, June 7.
The main event was made up of the top 10 candidates based on the average of the five most recent national polls.
Gov. David Ige was sworn in as Hawaii’s eighth governor Monday on the rotunda of the State Capitol.
KHON2 will have live inauguration coverage on air and live-streaming starting at 11 a.m. Monday.
Tommy Waters filed papers Monday at the state Supreme Court, calling for a recount after losing to opponent Trevor Ozawa by 41 votes.