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Benton Township clerk, treasurer to have contested primary

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON TOWNSHIP — There are several candidates vying for the Benton Township clerk and treasurer positions Tuesday. 724 more words

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Primary: Winners and Losers

All ballots have been counted and the election department is reporting a final tally of who remains to move ahead to the general election. Nothing has actually changed from early results other than in the 17th Legislative District Senate race where Lynda Wilson pulled ahead of Tim Probst by a razor thin margin. 1,141 more words

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Four in hunt to be next Benton Twp. supervisor

By Tony Wittkowski | Business Reporter | The Herald-Palladium

BENTON TOWNSHIP — The supervisor’s seat has become one of the more contested races for Benton Township at the Aug. 624 more words

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Primary political analyst John Hart weighs in on Honolulu mayoral race

Political analyst Dr. John Hart sat down with Howard Dashefsky to comment on the state of the Honolulu mayoral race on primary election night.

He says rail has become the “wedge issue” for this race, for Kirk Caldwell’s, and especially Charles Djou’s campaign. 37 more words

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Voter turnout low as polling sites prepare to close


Three hours before polls close statewide for Hawaii’s primary election Saturday, the state is reporting a lower voter turnout compared to two years ago.

As of 3 p.m., a sampling from the Office of Elections indicates that only 27 percent of registered voters cast a ballot — including absentee, early walk-in, and poll counts. 204 more words

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Candidates for Honolulu mayor make final campaign push


The major candidates for Honolulu mayor — current mayor Kirk Caldwell, his Democratic challenger Peter Carlisle, and Republican candidate Charles Djou — made their final campaign push on this primary election day. 362 more words

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Schatz seeks first full term of his own in U.S. Senate | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz is seeking his first full term in the Senate after being appointed in 2012, and he starts that journey in Saturday’s primary. 168 more words

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