Hawaii voters pick Democrat Josh Green to be next governor.
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|Hawai‘i voters pick Democrat Josh Green to be next governor
Josh Green will be sworn in as the state’s ninth governor in December following his sweeping win Tuesday night over three-time Republican candidate James “Duke” Aiona. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. West Hawaii Today. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Newcomer Tokuda joins Hawai‘i’s congressional team
Galuteria returns to politics with at-large OHA seat
Hawai‘i’s voter turnout plunged in 2022 election
Election night keeps staff, volunteers busy at the state’s counting center
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|Incumbents Har, Eli trailing in close races
Three incumbent state lawmakers are on a path to being knocked out of Hawai‘i’s Legislature by voters, based on largely complete general election results. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat.
Honolulu Council chair keeps post; 3 new members elected
O‘ahu voters pass 3 charter amendments; 4th likely to fail
Honolulu voters lined up in a last-minute crush at city hall
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|Richards becomes senator for North Hawai‘i, Democrats sweep Big Island seats
Democrat Tim Richards easily skated past Republican Nicholas M. Tancheff for the open District 4 seat in the state Senate. Joy San Buenaventura will also keep her seat in District 2. West Hawaii Today. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Now.
Kahaloa wins new House district
Voters elect new council member, adopt 3 charter amendments
Kagiwada squeaks by Kusch for Hilo council seat
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|Incumbent Maui Mayor Victorino is defeated
Challenger Richard Bissen convincingly beat incumbent Michael Victorino in the hotly contested race for Maui County mayor. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. Maui News.
Johnson leads Hokama by 202 votes in tight Lanai council race
Swift-moving fire in West Maui burns 850 acres: 4 school closures, shelter opens at Civic Center, roads reopen
|Derek Kawakami cruises to another term as mayor
Voters overwhelmingly reelected Kauai Mayor Derek Kawakami to a second four-year term in the county’s top executive seat in the general election on Tuesday, according to preliminary results. Civil Beat. Garden Island. Kauai Now. Hawaii News Now.
Incumbents take early lead in Kaua‘i council races
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