Voter turnout in Hawaii continues to trend down. Why does no one in Hawaii care about voting?
The fiscal cliff and financial issues that surround our nation are starting to really hit home. In some disturbing news, United States Senator Mazie Hirono warned us all of huge budget cuts, job losses and furloughs that may be heading to Hawaii as a result of the financial issues that our nation is facing.
A little over a week after having to leave Hawaii and rush to Washington to take care of the fiscal cliff issue President Obama has returned back to Hawaii to be with his family for the remainder of their vacation.
Newly elected Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell was sworn in today as part of a ceremony for newly elected city officials.
The two candidates (Lingle and Hirono) vying for a U.S. Senate seat in November plan to meet tonight in their first televised debate. Many people have been waiting for this for a while, and it should be interesting to see if Hirono is up to the task of debate, as this is definitely one of Linda Lingle’s strongest areas.
The election is coming up. Find out where to go to vote for the Hawaii and national primary elections, as well as the general election. All the info you need is here.
The city, backed by HPD, is forcing the Occupy Honolulu group to remove their tents off the sidewalks at Thomas Square.
Former Hawaii Governor Ben Cayetano will formerly announce his intentions to run for mayor of Hawaii today at a news conference in Iwilei. His main reason for running? Cayetano says he is running because he opposes plans for the $5.27 billion, 20-mile Honolulu rail project. Cayetano will attempt to unseat incumbent Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle, who is […]