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Hawaii Governor’s Race

Three major Democrats declare their intentions to run for Hawaii governor, while a fourth considers his options.

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Accessed on 11 February 2022, 1151 UTC.

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3 major Democrats run for Hawaii governor, 4th mulls race
3 major Democrats run for Hawaii governor, 4th mulls race

HONOLULU — Hawaii’s race for governor has three major Democratic Party candidates to date, while a fourth is considering a run.


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US inflation highest in 40 years, with no letup in sight

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EXPLAINER: Why US inflation is so high, and when it may ease

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Council Planning Committee postpones Waikoloa timeshare project

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Homeless earmark bill advances

Brian De Lima, ‘a pillar of our community,’ dead at 66

Hawaii House speaker favors tough penalties to deter bribery

Puna access road bill advances for ‘ongoing discussion’

BIIF swimming: Hilo’s Hayashida, Kealakehe’s Axleson as versatile as they are fast

As versatile and fast as they are, Hilo High’s Kai Hayashida and Kealakehe High’s Michelle Axleson can’t win every race.


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BIIF wrestling: Kamehameha junior Eckart not afraid of challenges

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Flights delayed due to security breach at Kona International Airport

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Police seek leads on two missing teens

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Obituaries for February 11

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Your Views for February 11

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Classic Konawaena: Salazar-Harrell, Wildcats overwhelm Waiakea early, take D-I title

UHH men best Chaminade for two-game Oahu sweep

BIIF girls basketball: Hawaii Prep edges Kamehameha, claims D-II title


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