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Brittany Matsushita, editors

 

Downtown: A look at the candidates

The Nov. 7 general election is right around the corner. Although few HPU students and staff live downtown, all are concerned about the neighborhood because we spend so much time here. The two candidates for the open State House seat in the 28th District—which includes downtown, Chinatown, Kalihi, and part of Kapiolani Boulevard—are Democrat Karl Rhoads and Republican Collin Wong. Kalamalama asked each of them some basic questions: [More]

Collin Wong

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Karl Rhoads

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O‘ahu Arts Center 2006 Writing Contest

Who:
Open to all Hawai‘i and South Pacific Island residents. [More]

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Hawai‘i to elect governor

In a state dominated by Democrats, Republican Linda Lingle has proven to be a winner. Even though Hawai‘i is knownv for being a liberal state, that hasn’t stopped Lingle from making her mark on the Islands. [More]


Linda Lingle

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Randy Iwase

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