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Case join Outrigger Enterprises Group as chief legal officer

Ed Case: ‘My political career, while I didn’t achieve all that I had hoped, has been deeply fulfilling, with challenges faced, contributions made, friendships forged and promising opportunities right over the horizon’

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Case racks up three endorsements

MEDIA RELEASE Ed Case racked up three endorsements for his run in the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate over the last week. Both The Maui News and West Hawaii Today, two of the neighbor islands’ largest publications, shared their opinions that Case could better lead through bipartisanship and proactive legislation than fellow candidate Mazie […]

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Local wear snags national best-dressed nod

Local wear snags national best-dressed nod

MEDIA RELEASE Ed Case’s Senate candidacy may be flying under the national radar, but his aloha shirts aren’t. Esquire magazine named Case one of its seventeen Best-Dressed Candidates on the 2012 Trail for his campaign local wear. Said Esquire, under a picture of Case in aloha shirt and lei in a recent parade: “Just because […]

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Case hosting West Hawaii pau hana (May 30)

Case hosting West Hawaii pau hana (May 30)

MEDIA RELEASE Ed Case, candidate for the open U.S. Senate seat, is hosting up-close-and-personal Pau Hana statewide community events, including one in West Hawaii: * Pau Hana with Ed – West Hawaii 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 Old Kona Airport Park, Beach Pavilion No. 1 Entrance corner of Kuakini Hwy and Makala Blvd., Kailua-Kona Contact: […]

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Case on perpetuating Hawaii

Case on perpetuating Hawaii

From Ed Case, candidate for U.S. Senate: The unique responsibility of Hawaii’s Senator is to preserve, sustain and advance the interests of the indigenous people and culture of Hawaii. This is not only right and just for Native Hawaiians, but indispensable to the survival and prosperity of Hawaii as we all know it. For your […]

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Case speaks at Hawaii County Democrats convention

U. S. Senate candidate and former U. S. Congressman Ed Case (D-HI ’02-’07) spoke to Hawaii Island Democrats at its county convention Saturday at Honokaa High School. Hawaii Island Democrats had invited Case and fellow Democratic candidate Mazie Hirono to appear jointly before them to present their candidacies side by side, debate the issues and […]

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Case: Advancing women's rights

Case: Advancing women’s rights

From Ed Case, candidate for U.S. Senate: Today, in communities across our country, women and men are joining together in a national Protest Against the War on Women. This is part of a movement to protect the advances of the last generations in assuring the rights of women and to continue toward our goal of […]

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Case: Protecting our Earth

Case: Protecting our Earth

From Ed Case, candidate for U.S. Senate: Earth Day 2012 asks each and all of us to fulfill our obligation to preserve our environment. Forty-two years after the first Earth Day, our report card is mixed. Landmark legislation and international agreements have slowed declines in some areas, and environmental awareness and commitment are increasing. But […]

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Hirono commits to 5 forums; Case calls it 'an insult'

Hirono commits to 5 forums; Case calls it ‘an insult’

Hawaii 24/7 Staff U.S. Senate candidate Mazie Hirono on Thursday committed to appearing at five debates or forums ahead of the August primary election, a schedule her Democratic rival Ed Case called ‘an insult.’ Case previously has said he welcomed any chance to debate Hirono and pointed out Hirono had turned down at least eight […]

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Case: Advancing UH and higher education

Case: Advancing UH and higher education

From Ed Case, candidate for U.S. Senate: The University of Hawaii is not only our statewide public higher education system but an economic, social and cultural pillar of Hawaii. 60,000 students (85 percent from Hawaii) are enrolled today on three university and seven community college campuses on six islands, and 130,000 current alums are contributing […]

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Case: Grow the economy, balance the budget

Case: Grow the economy, balance the budget

From Ed Case, candidate for U.S. Senate: Our national priorities must be to fix Washington, grow our economy and balance our federal budget. That is because everything else – from good jobs to assuring our energy needs to strengthening education, preserving Social Security and Medicare, protecting our environment, providing for our common defense and more […]

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Ed Case officially files papers for U.S. Senate seat Thursday (March 22)

U.S. Senate candidate and former Congressman today officially filed his nomination papers for election to the United States Senate. “My candidacy offers Hawai’i voters strong effective leadership that’s honest with us, preserves our values, breaks through the gridlock and gets the job done”, said Case, joined by his wife, Audrey, family and supporters.

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Case calls for national green energy policy

Case calls for national green energy policy

MEDIA RELEASE U.S. Senate candidate and former Congressman Ed Case has called for a full rewrite of national energy policy to focus public-private efforts on the development of affordable, sustainable, clean energy. “Rising gas and electricity prices are just one symptom of an outdated and shortsighted energy policy which puts all our eggs in the […]

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Case to open East Hawaii headquarters (Feb. 22)

Case to open East Hawaii headquarters (Feb. 22)

From Ed Case, candidate for the U.S. Senate: Dear Friend: Audrey and I are halfway through a ten-day swing around Maui, Hawaii Island and Kauai. We’ve signwaved at sunrise and sunset, hosted more talk stories and community meetings, walked communities, greeted voters at farmers markets and fundraisers, met with our great and growing grassroots teams, […]

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