Examining the top two contenders for Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional District.
While Mazie Hirono may prove highly effective at bringing benefits to Hawaii, Ed Case’s independent voting record points to an ability to make bold, principled decisions.
More than 500 people on Maui with Medicare saved more than $181,000 on prescription drugs in the first six months of 2012, according to numbers released on Monday.
Hawaii’s congressional delegation announced the award of $2,275,356 to the University of Hawai’i for the conservation, protection and monitoring of Hawaii’s marine environment.
Maui will receive $800,000 in federal funds to build new bus shelters and install solar powered lighting, bike racks, and recycle containers.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced the award of $12.7 million in funding for affordable housing for low-income native Hawaiian families.
“Islanders treat political offices somewhat like wine cellars, with the older varietals gaining value over time, less likely to be emptied and replaced as the years go on.”
Congresswoman Mazie Hirono said an estimated $1.1 million was distributed to Hawai’i residents for: veterans, education, or employment benefits; Social Security or Medicare payments; and mortgage modifications.
US Senate candidates Ed Case and Mazie Hirono squared off on Maui today in one of three joint appearances planned this week. Maui Now was on hand to record the event in its entirety.
Maui County Council candidate for Kahului, Don Guzman announced that he will be having his Maui Campaign Rally on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 5:30 p.m.
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