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Two new faces, one familiar - all ready to tackle county business

2010-2012 County Council takes oath

Two new faces, one familiar – all ready to tackle county business

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Democrat duo take over Washington Place; promise 'New Day in Hawaii'

Abercrombie sworn in as state’s seventh governor

Democrat duo take over Washington Place; promise ‘New Day in Hawaii’

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Aiona thanks supporters

Aiona thanks supporters

Duke Aiona issued this statement after his loss to governor-elect Neil Abercrombie during Tuesday’s General Election: Aloha, I would like to extend my deepest thanks and appreciation for your support over the course of this campaign and throughout the years. We began this grassroots effort with a simple vision of doing what’s best for the […]

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Election 2010: Voters approve all but one Charter amendments

Election 2010: Voters approve all but one Charter amendments

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor Big Island voters weighed in on 19 Charter amendments Tuesday, passing 18 of them. The amendments ranged from minor ‘housekeeping’ measures to changing recall procedures and establishing an open space fund. The Charter Commission worked for more than a year, rejecting dozens of proposals and offering up the slate […]

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Democrats take back Washington Place as Aiona falls to 10-term former Congressman

Election 2010: Abercrombie takes governor’s seat

Democrats take back Washington Place as Aiona falls to 10-term former Congressman

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Election 2010: State and county results

Election 2010: State and county results

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The first print-out has been released by the state Office of Elections. It includes walk-in and absentee ballots only; today’s votes will be tallied in a second and possibly third print-out. Of the 690,748 registered voters, this print-out includes ballots from 103,330, or 15 percent of the total registered […]

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Democrats rally, Finnegan waves in last effort to attract voters; polls open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2

Happenings in Hilo on election eve

Democrats rally, Finnegan waves in last effort to attract voters; polls open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2

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Libraries will be closed General Election day

Libraries will be closed General Election day

MEDIA RELEASE All of the public and school libraries throughout Hawaii will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 2, in observance of General Election day.

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Aiona, Finnegan tour island in bus

Aiona, Finnegan tour island in bus

MEDIA RELEASE Duke Aiona and Lynn Finnegan arrived Friday on the Big Island, where the candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor met and talked story with supporters and undecided voters across the island. The Duke and Lynn Express featured sign waving, rallies, talk stories and special guest appearances to drive home their plan to create […]

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Duke and Lynn Express tours Waikoloa, Waimea, Honokaa, Laupahoehoe, Hilo during Friday visit

Aiona, Finnegan kick off statewide bus tour

Duke and Lynn Express tours Waikoloa, Waimea, Honokaa, Laupahoehoe, Hilo during Friday visit

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Aiona, Finnegan unveil college tuition assurance program

Aiona, Finnegan unveil college tuition assurance program

MEDIA RELEASE Duke Aiona and Lynn Finnegan have proposed a new program to keep parents from worrying about rising costs of college tuition and to encourage more of our young people to earn a college and career ready diploma. The proposal of a College Tuition Assurance Program would guarantee a four-year fixed tuition rate for […]

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Odegaard: Big Isle candidate for OHA

Odegaard: Big Isle candidate for OHA

The following statement was issued by Michael Malulani Odegaard, Office of Hawaiian Affairs candidate: Aloha mai kakou. I am Michael Malulani Odegaard, and I would like to serve as your Trustee-At-Large for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. After a 15-year career in Community Planning & Design, I rented out my California home and moved to […]

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Early voting continues until Oct. 30

Early voting continues until Oct. 30

Absentee walk-in early voting for the 2010 General Election ends Friday, Oct. 29 for the Pahala, Waimea, and Kohala sites, and Saturday, Oct. 30 for the Hilo and Kona sites. 2010 General Election Walk-In Sites Permanent Absentee Mail-In Voting Permanent absentee voting allows registered voters to receive their ballots by mail for future elections. In […]

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Democratic Party 'Family Day' in Kona (Oct. 17)

Democratic Party ‘Family Day’ in Kona (Oct. 17)

MEDIA RELEASE Join U.S. Senators Daniel K. Inouye, U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka, U.S. Representative Mazie Hirono and gubernatorial candidate Neil Abercrombie at the Democratic Party’s Family Fun Day 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 at the Keauhou Beach Resort’s Royal Garden. The entire West Hawaii community is invited to this free event that features ono […]

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