There is a lot of contradictory information about the economic challenges our nation faces. As we move forward, it is important to understand clearly what these challenges are, how we got here and where we are going.
On this 10th anniversary of her passing, Patsy Mink’s life and legacy were remembered today by several Hawaii leaders, including Mazie Hirono, Colleen Hanabusa and Tulsi Gabbard at a gathering at Ala Wai Community Park softball field.
Three years ago this week, the State of Hawaii entered a “dark time” in its history – on September 18, 2009, then-Governor Linda Lingle approved a deal that laid the groundwork for what the people of Hawaii would come to know as “Furlough Fridays.”
Linda Lingle's new attack ad mirrors an ad from financial company John Hancock and is yet another attempt by Lingle to hide the fact that she'll be a reliable voter for the national Republican Party should she be elected to the U.S. Senate.
The people of Hawaii are tired of DC-style politics where elected officials do and say anything to get out of jam. Hawaii deserves better when it comes to its elected leaders and hopefully this will be a learning lesson for the Lingle campaign.
Mazie supports the DISCLOSE Act. Would Linda Lingle stand with her Republican leadership in the Senate and vote against campaign spending transparency or do right by the American people and say 'no' to protecting secret special interest backers?
The U.S. Senate campaign of Representative Mazie Hirono will report raising $1.017 million during the most recent fundraising quarter ending March 31st, thanks to the generous support of more than 7,000 individual donors.
U.S. Representative Mazie Hirono has been an unwavering champion of education and labor. She supports many of the educational tenets we believe in and understands that funding and support for teachers is a critical part of Hawaii’s future.
It's not at all surprising that Republican Linda Lingle, who introduced Sarah Palin to the world and campaigned hard against Barack Obama, has raised a lot of money from fellow Republicans who are counting on her to support their agenda.