Hawaii Primary Election 2012
A look at what some of Hawaii's political candidates spent the afternoon.
- Most polls open without incident, but there are issues on the Bg Island.
- — Star-Advertiser (@StarAdvertiser)Sat, Aug 11 2012 14:10:09
- Eventually, Gov. Neil Abercrombie issues a proclamation keeping polling sites on teh Big Island open an extra 90 minutes, until 7:30 p.m.
- Meanwhile, the Honolulu mayoral candidates take to Internet.
- In alphabetical order...
- Former city Managing Director Kirk Caldwell:
- — Kirk Caldwell (@kirkcaldwell)Sat, Aug 11 2012 16:29:00
- Mayor Peter Carlisle:
- Former Gov. Ben Cayetano:
- — Cayetano for Mayor (@VoteBen2012)Sat, Aug 11 2012 11:13:15Today is the day! Remember to VOTE for Ben Cayetano for Honolulu Mayor! We can make this a transformational... http://fb.me/1zybb3PIf If
- — Cayetano for Mayor (@VoteBen2012)Sat, Aug 11 2012 13:32:11Let's have some fun! Click over to KHON's page and let them know who YOU are supporting in this election! http://fb.me/1kH8IIr7q 7q
- — Cayetano for Mayor (@VoteBen2012)Sat, Aug 11 2012 13:46:50"Rail is a big issue, but the real issue in this campaign is about power ... Let's take the city government back... http://fb.me/1f8MDBZGL GL
- — Cayetano for Mayor (@VoteBen2012)Sat, Aug 11 2012 13:51:26Ben is the only candidate with affordable, common sense, working solutions for Honolulu! http://fb.me/2a6BV6U9k 9k
- Anther hotly contested race is in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate: U.S. Rep. Mazie Hirono vs. former Congressman Ed Case.
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