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Arakawa wins re-election, retains seat as Maui County mayor

Results of 2014 Maui mayoral race Results of 2014 Maui mayoral race
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Alan Arakawa has won re-election and will retain his seat as mayor of Maui County.

The state's fourth results printout, released just after 11 p.m., showed 25,435 votes for Arakawa, or 58 percent of the votes collected so far, compared to 18,162 votes for his opponent, Tamara Paltin.

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