Maui Election

Primary Election FINAL 2010 Results

September 18, 2010, 7:41 PM HST
* Updated September 19, 11:37 AM
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By Wendy Osher (Click on story and Scroll down to see results)

(Update: 7:23 a.m. 9/19/10)

The Final Summary Report for the 2010 primary election was released shortly before 7:30 this morning.  In the Mayor’s race it will be a rematch between current Mayor Charmaine Tavares and former Mayor Alan Arakawa.  Tavares had 7,307 votes—268 more than Arakawa who garnered 7,039.  Randy Piltz was in third with more than 1400 votes separating him from the top two vote-getters. 
 
In West Maui, Elle Cochran and Alan Fukuyama advance with 7,980  (27.7%) and 5,693 (19.8%) of the vote respectively.  In South Maui, challenger Don Couch managed to top the tally with 11,524 votes versus the 10,686 votes from the incumbent Wayne Nishiki.  Both advance to the general election in November.  In the Makawao-Haiku-Paia race, it’s Mike White and Kai Nishiki on top with 10,150 votes for White and 6,805 for Nishiki. 
 

Click for full image. Former Mayor Alan Arakawa (right) being interviewed by Alakai Paleka (middle) along with students of UHMC. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Click for full image. Maui Mayor Charmaine Tavares (left) reviews results on the set of the UHMC election results broadcast. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Click for full image. Mayoral candidate Randy Piltz waits to be interviewed after the 2nd Summary report is released. Photo by Wendy Osher.

State Rep. Joe Souki wins his Democratic primary race. He meets up with challenger Dean Schmucker in the General. Photo by Wendy Osher.

In the contested Democratic race for District 8, incumbent Joe Souki advances with 53.2% of his party vote, defeating his challengers Kama, Cerizo and Hughey.  Souki faces Dean Schmucker in November. 
 
In the uncontested District 9 race, incumbent Democrat Gil Keith-Agaran with 3,176 votes will face Republican Jeff Hoylman with 333 votes.
 
In District 10, Ramon Madden garnered 408 votes, defeating Chayne Marten with 199 for the Republican nomination. Madden will face incumbent Democrat Angus Mckelvey in the general. 
 
District 11 House Rep. Joe Bertram III holds on to the Democratic nomination defeating Netra Halperin and Johanna Amorin with an overwhelming 44 percent of the vote.  Bertram faces uncontested Republican George Fontaine who garnered 713 votes. 
 
District 12 Republican Laurie Rinaldi defeats Ray Bashkingy with nearly 60% of the party vote.  Rinaldi faces incumbent Democrat Kyle Yamashita who was uncontested in the primary. 
 
With all precincts reporting in the District 13 House Race, Mele Carroll had a total of 3,049 democratic votes compared to republican challenger Meiling Akuna with 371.  Both meet up again in November.
 
In Maui’s lone senate race, incumbent democrat Shan Tsutusi takes 7,483 votes, and faces republican challenger Eric Seibert who garnered 777 party votes.
 
With all 242 precincts across the state it will be Neil Abercrombie taking the Democratic gubernatorial nomination with 59% of the party vote or 136,321 votes compared to the 37 percent from Hannemann who had 86,676 votes.  Abercrombie will face Duke Aiona in the General Election on November 2nd. 

(Updated: 7:23 a.m. 9/19/10–FINAL Summary Report)

Mayor County of Maui 40 of 40
ARAKAWA, Alan M. 7039 25.4%
CHOW-HAMMOND, Sally D. 134 0.5%
HART, Chris 3035 10.5%
HODGES, Marc H. 1761 6.1%
KAHO’OHALAHALA, Sol P. 2912 10.1%
KOPELMAN, Ori 110 0.4%
MILBOURN, Peter A. 60 0.2%
MILLER, Harold 42 0.1%
OLSON, Jonathon A. 78 0.3%
PILTZ, Randy 5602 19.4%
TAVARES, Charmaine 7307 25.4%
Blank Votes 734 2.5%
Over Votes 4 0.0%
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Councilmember (West Maui) 40 of 40
CAMPOS, Su 1297 4.5%
CLUTE, Eve 944 3.3%
COCHRAN, Elle 7980 27.7%
FUKUYAMA, Alan 5693 19.8%
KALUA, Zeke 2773 9.6%
KAPU, Ke’eaumoku 2056 7.1%
LAUB, Paul 2641 9.2%
Blank Votes 5424 18.8%
Over Votes 10 0.0%
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Councilmember (South Maui) 40 of 40
COUCH, Don 11524 40.0%
NISHIKI, Wayne K. 10686 37.1%
VARES, Norman 2979 10.3%
Blank Votes 3626 12.6%
Over Votes 3 0.0%

 

Councilmember (Makawao-Haiku-Paia) 40 of 40
COCHRAN, Mary Ribucan 4185 14.5%
NISHIKI, Kai 6805 23.6%
NOMURA, Leona Bak 4182 14.5%
WHITE, Mike 10150 35.2%
Blank Votes 3485 12.1%
Over Votes 11 0.0%

 

State Senate, Dist 4 – D 13 of 13
TSUTSUI, Shan 7483 79.3%
Blank Votes 1932 20.5%
Over Votes 17 0.2%
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State Senate, Dist 4 – R 13 of 13
SEIBERT, Eric 777 62.3%
Blank Votes 469 37.6%
Over Votes 1 0.1%

 

State Representative, Dist 8 – D 7 of 7
CERIZO, Thomas 476 9.5%
HUGHEY, Justin 304 6.1%
KAMA, Tasha 1293 25.8%
SOUKI, Joe 2664 53.2%
Blank Votes 263 5.2%
Over Votes 10 0.2%

 

State Representative, Dist 8 – R 7 of 7
SCHMUCKER, Dean 444 61.2%
Blank Votes 281 38.7%
Over Votes 1 0.1%

 

State Representative, Dist 9 – D 6 of 6
KEITH-AGARAN, Gil S. Coloma 3176 71.8%
Blank Votes 1238 28.0%
Over Votes 8 0.2%

 

State Representative, Dist 9 – R 6 of 6
HOYLMAN, Jeff 333 63.9%
Blank Votes 188 36.1%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

State Representative, Dist 10 – D 6 of 6
MCKELVEY, Angus L.K. 1757 78.1%
Blank Votes 490 21.8%
Over Votes 4 0.2%

 

State Representative, Dist 10 – R 6 of 6
MADDEN, Ramon Kitaichi 408 58.0%
MARTEN, Chayne M. 199 28.3%
Blank Votes 93 13.2%
Over Votes 3 0.4%

 

State Representative, Dist 11 – D 4 of 4
AMORIN, Johanna K. 505 18.3%
BERTRAM, Joseph III 1214 44.0%
HALPERIN, Netra 774 28.1%
Blank Votes 257 9.3%
Over Votes 7 0.3%

 

State Representative, Dist 11 – R 4 of 4
FONTAINE, George 713 78.7%
Blank Votes 193 21.3%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

State Representative, Dist 12 – D 6 of 6
YAMASHITA, Kyle 3950 73.7%
Blank Votes 1398 26.1%
Over Votes 8 0.1%

 

State Representative, Dist 12 – R 6 of 6
BASHKINGY, Ray 108 11.2%
RINALDI, Laurie 579 59.9%
Blank Votes 279 28.9%
Over Votes 1 0.1%

 

State Representative, Dist 13 – D 11 of 11
CARROLL, Mele 3049 75.3%
Blank Votes 998 24.6%
Over Votes 4 0.1%

 

State Representative, Dist 13 – R 11 of 11
AKUNA, Meiling K. 371 62.8%
Blank Votes 220 37.1%
Over Votes 2 0.3%

 

2nd Departmental School Board Seat (Maui) 40 of 40
HART, R. Ray 513,153 15.4%
ROCHA-WILSON, Leona 24,473 28.6%
WURST, Barry 4180 4.9%
Blank Votes 43,702 51.1%
Over Votes 14 0.0%

 

Governor – Democrat 242 of 242 Statewide
ABERCROMBIE, Neil 136,321 59.4%
HANNEMANN, Mufi 86,676 37.8%
REYES, Arturo P. (Art) 1286 0.6%
SHIRATORI, Miles 982 0.4%
TANABE, Van K. 1271 0.6%
Blank Votes 2793 1.2%
Over Votes 198 0.1%

 

Governor – Free Energy Party 242 of 242 Statewide
CUNNINGHAM, Daniel H. 126 70.0%
Blank Votes 54 30.0%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

Governor – Nonpartisan (statewide) 242 of 242
CLAPES, Tony 92 7.2%
MANNER, Paul 186 14.5%
POLLARD, Thomas (Tom) 261 20.4%
Blank Votes 739 57.8%
Over Votes 1 0.1%

 

Governor – Republican (statewide) 242 of 242
AIONA, Duke 40,798 93.1%
CARROLL, John S. 2,004 4.6%
Blank Votes 961 2.2%
Over Votes 47 0.1%

 

Lieutenant Governor – Democrat (statewide) 242 of 242
BERG, Lyla B. 19,413 8.5%
BUNDA, Robert (Bobby) 44,156 19.2%
HIRAKAMI, Steve 2,620 1.1%
HOOSER, Gary L. 22,411 9.8%
KARAMATSUI, Jon Riki 6,429 2.8%
SAKAMOTO, Norman 42,126 18.4%
SCHATZ, Brian 79,635 34.7%
Blank Votes 12,512 5.5%
Over Votes 225 0.1%

 

Lieutenant Governor – Free Energy (statewide) 242 of 242
SPENCE, Deborah (Jo B) 105 58.3%
Blank Votes 75 41.7%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

Lieutenant Governor – Non Partisan (statewide) 242 of 242
KAMA, Leonard Leo I 457 35.8%
Blank Votes 821 64.2%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

Lieutenant Governor – Republican (statewide) 242 of 242
FINNEGAN, Lynn Berbano 26,034 59.4%
KING, Adrienne S. 11,815 27.0%
Blank Votes 5,922 13.5%
Over Votes 39 0.1%

 

US Senator – Libertarian (statewide) 242 of 242
MALLAN, Lloyd Jeffrey 243 76.9%
Blank Votes 73 23.1%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

US Senator – Green (statewide) 242 of 242
BREWER, Jim 276 82.1%
Blank Votes 60 17.9%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

US Senator – Democrat (statewide) 242 of 242
INOUYE, Daniel K. 190,231 82.9%
WOERNER, Andrew D. (Andy) 25,282 11.0%
Blank Votes 13,832 6.0%
Over Votes 191 0.1%

 

US Senator – Nonpartisan (statewide) 242 of 242
JARRETT, Jeff 495 38.7%
Blank Votes 783 61.3%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

US Senator – Republican (statewide) 242 of 242
CAVASSO, Cam 22,099 50.4%
PIRKOWSKI, Eddie 3780 8.6%
ROCO, John 7263 16.6%
Blank Votes 10630 24.3%
Over Votes 41 0.1%

 

US Representative Dist 2 – Libertarian (statewide) 144 of 144
BROCK, Pat 145 70.4%
Blank Votes 61 29.6%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

US Representative Dist 2 – Democrat (statewide) 144 of 144
HIRONO, Mazie 87,001 75.8%
Blank Votes 27,785 24.2%
Over Votes 57 0.0%

 

US Representative Dist 2 – Nonpartisan (statewide) 144 of 144
VON SONN, Andrew Vsevolod 312 40.1%
Blank Votes 466 59.9%
Over Votes 0 0.0%

 

US Representative Dist 2 – Republican (statewide) 144 of 144
GIMBERNAT, Antonio 1147 5.2%
WHARTON, Ramsay Puanani 7639 34.7%
WILLOUGHBY, John W. 7874 35.7%
Blank Votes 5356 24.3%
Over Votes 24 0.1%

 

Primary Registration and Turnout  (from 3rd summary report–no final summary avail)
Total Registration 84386
Total Turnout 28839 34.2%
Precinct Turnout 17950 21.3%
_____Libertarian Party (L) 31 0.0%
_____Green Party (G) 40 0.0%
_____Democratic Party (D) 14697 17.4%
_____Free Energy Party (F) 28 0.0%
_____Nonpartisan Ballot (N) 122 0.1%
_____Republican Party ( R) 2872 3.4%
_____Special Only 153 0.2%
_____Multi Party Voting 7 0.0%
Absentee Turnout 10889 12.9%
_____Libertarian Party (L) 10 0.0%
_____Green Party (G) 16 0.0%
_____Democratic Party (D) 9150 10.8%
_____Free Energy Party (F) 8 0.0%
_____Nonpartisan Ballot (N) 72 0.1%
_____Republican Party ( R) 1544 1.8%
_____Special Only 75 0.1%
_____Multi Party Voting 14 0.0%
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