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Hakalau, Hawaii County, Hawaii 96710

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U.S. Senate

Senator Brian Schatz
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Mazie Hirono
Junior Seat (Running) Democratic
Joy Allison
Junior Seat Challenger (Withdrawn) Constitution
Consuelo Anderson
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
George Berish
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Crystal Carpenter
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Ron Curtis
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Republican
Rocky De La Fuente
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Charles Haverty
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Non-partisan
Robert Helsham, Sr.
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Michael Hodgkiss
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Matthew Maertens
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Non-partisan
Edward Pirkowski
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican
Art Reyes
Junior Seat Challenger (Running) Non-partisan
Thomas White
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Republican

U.S. House

District 2
Representative Tulsi Gabbard
District 2 (Running) Democratic
Sheryl Alu Campagna
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Anthony Austin
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Brian Evans
District 2 Challenger (Running) Republican
James Gandeza
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Chayne Marten
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Aaron Martinson
District 2 Challenger (Withdrawn) Non-partisan

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Governor

Governor David Ige
(Running) Democratic
Selina Blackwell
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Non-partisan
Jim Brewer
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Ernest Caravalho
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Jack Carroll
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Link El
Challenger (Lost) Non-partisan
Colleen Hanabusa
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Wendell Ka'Ehu'Ae'A
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Richard Kim
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Ray L'Heureux
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Van Tanabe
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Terrence Teruya
Challenger (Running) Non-partisan
Andria Tupola
Challenger (Running) Republican

Lieutenant Governor

Bernard Carvalho, Jr.
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Will Espero
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Josh Green
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Renee Ing
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Kim Iwamoto
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Marissa Kerns
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Republican
Steve Lipscomb
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Republican
Jeremy Low
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Ernest Magaoay
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Non-partisan
Paul Robotti
Challenger (Too Close To Call) Non-partisan
Jill Tokuda
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

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State House

District 1
Representative Mark Nakashima
District 1 (Running) Democratic
Koohan Paik-Mander
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

State Senate

District 4
Senator Lorraine Inouye
District 4 (Running) Democratic
Heather Kimball
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

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Mayor

At-Large (Hawaii County)
William Kenoi
At-Large
Election Date Title Outcome
Nov. 6, 2018 Hawaii Constitutional Convention Pending

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Aloha State
  • Motto: Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono [The Life of the Land Is Perpetuated in Righteousness]
  • Area: 6,450 sq mi
  • Population: 1,392,313 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Honolulu
  • Statehood: Aug. 21, 1959 (50th state)
  • Highest Point: Mauna Kea, 13,796 ft
  • Lowest Point: sea level
  • Bird: Hawaiian Goose
  • Flower: Hibiscus
  • Senators: 25
  • Representatives: 51
  • Electoral Votes: 4
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