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  • Case, Hirono outline their differences in Hawaii News Now debate

    Case, Hirono outline their differences in Hawaii News Now debate

    Friday, July 27 2012 9:49 AM EDT2012-07-27 13:49:18 GMT
    Hawaii News Now will host the final televised debate between U.S. Congresswoman Mazie Hirono and former U.S. Rep. Ed Case on Thursday, July 26 between 6:30 pm and 8 pm on KHNL, KGMB and KFVE. The debate,More >>
    Ed Case and Mazie Hirono traded jabs and took every opportunity to outline the differences between them in their only major televised debate before the Aug. 11 primary election.More >>
  • Ed Case on Sunrise

    Ed Case on Sunrise

    Wednesday, July 25 2012 3:54 PM EDT2012-07-25 19:54:08 GMT
    (HawaiiNewsNow) - Ed Case gave up his seat in the U.S. House to run for Senate 6 years ago. Now, he's giving it a second shot. Ed Case came on Sunrise to discuss his platform and what he would do if electedMore >>

    (HawaiiNewsNow) - Ed Case gave up his seat in the U.S. House to run for Senate 6 years ago. Now, he's giving it a second shot. Ed Case came on Sunrise to discuss his platform and what he would do if elected Senator.

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  • Congresswoman Mazie Hirono on Sunrise

    Congresswoman Mazie Hirono on Sunrise

    Tuesday, July 24 2012 4:47 PM EDT2012-07-24 20:47:27 GMT
    (HawaiiNewsNow) - Before Thursday's debate, Mazie Hirono and Ed Case come on Sunrise to discuss their platforms and what they would do if elected Senator. Don't forget, Senate primary rivals, Ed CaseMore >>

    (HawaiiNewsNow) - Before Thursday's debate, Mazie Hirono and Ed Case come on Sunrise to discuss their platforms and what they would do if elected Senator. More >>

  • Senate race will likely break spending records

    Senate race will likely break spending records

    Friday, July 20 2012 2:13 AM EDT2012-07-20 06:13:40 GMT
    The U.S. Senate race is expected to break state campaign spending records due to a large influx of Mainland money. With the primary three weeks away, Republican Linda Lingle and Democrats Ed Case and MazieMore >>
    The U.S. Senate race is expected to break state campaign spending records due to a large influx of Mainland money.More >>