The Honolulu mayoral candidate gave KHON2 his first one-on-one interview of the night following the second printout.
“The gratifying thing for me is it shows that the majority of people voting right now support rail being completed all the way to Ala Moana.…
He is the son of Honolulu councilwoman Anne Kobayashi.
It appears Caldwell and Djou will face off in November, as Caldwell will likely not get the 50 percent plus one he needs to win the race out…
Kathy Muneno speaks with a few working moms on the primary election, whether or not they voted, and important issues they’ve experienced fir…
The former Honolulu City Councilman is now looking to represent District 9 in the state Senate.
The governor spoke on several issues, including his stance on rail, homelessness, and Hawaii’s goal of achieving 100 percent renewable energ…
Just like Djou campaign chair Judge Walter Heen, he is mainly in support of Djou for his stance on rail.
More and more “I’m realizing how special of a phenomenon I just went through and am going through.”
The first printout shows he received 9.47 percent of the votes so far.
Incumbent Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell has taken an early lead after the first round of results.
While she is the incumbent running for re-election, Gabbard says she never takes anything for granted.
Kim has held the position for eight years.
Sen. Mazie Hirono is still in the middle of her term. She checked in with Howard Dashefsky in studio.
Schatz spoke on rail and renewable energy.
Carlisle acknowledged his low-key approach to campaigning, with little sign-waving, and often by himself.
It appears many are waiting to the last minute to vote.
Supporters are gathering at watch parties across Oahu awaiting the first printout.
Whether they knew exactly who to vote for or they took a little longer in the booth, all voters Saturday had the same goal.
As of 3 p.m., a sampling from the Office of Elections indicates that only 27 percent of registered voters cast a ballot.