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Aiona campaign wraps up its business early

November 13th, 2014 · 1 Comment

Republican Duke Aiona’s campaign committee did a very, very unusual thing last week. The committee submitted its general election report to the Campaign Spending Commission covering the final election period (October 21 through November 4) on November 7, just three days after the election and nearly a month before the December 4 filing deadline. The […]

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Another Hawaii election, and yet another broad Democratic sweep

November 5th, 2014 · 27 Comments

I’m just not sure what to say about the election results. I have to say that I was surprised by the extremely strong Democratic Party showing virtually across the board here in Hawaii. With the campaign seeming to generate little visible enthusiasm, I was thinking that a small turnout would give an edge to the […]

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A quick look at campaign contributions since the August primary

November 4th, 2014 · No Comments

It’s election day. Not much longer to wait to find out which way voters are going to go. In the meantime, I fiddled around last night to get an overview of where the money has been going since the August primary election. I thought this might be an indicator of momentum, or follow-through. Whether this […]

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Omidyar makes the national news this week, but not so much locally

November 3rd, 2014 · 14 Comments

Pierre Omidyar, Hawaii’s resident billionaire, co-founder of eBay, owner of Honolulu Civil Beat, and founder of the national online news startup, First Look Media, has been very much in the news in the past week or so. It’s been uncomfortable attention, triggered by the sudden departure of high profile journalist Matt Taibbi, who had been […]

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GOP Senate candidate Richard Fale faces questions about campaign disclosure

October 31st, 2014 · 2 Comments

Did State Rep. Richard Fale, now a candidate for the District 23 seat in the State Senate, fail to fully disclose contribuions to his campaign? That’s a question Fale’s critics are now asking following the latest filings with the Campaign Spending Commission. You will recall that Fale was one of the prime beneficiaries of a […]

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