Hawaii results for every midterm race
The state’s most competitive elections — the primaries — are out of the way, and Democrats are expected to sweep in this historically blue state.
But that doesn’t mean voters will be making easy choices. Incumbent Democratic Gov. David Ige lost some trust after mishandling the false alarm sent to residents in January telling them a ballistic missile was incoming (he said he couldn’t alert people it was a false alarm because he forgot his Twitter password).
Sen. Mazie Hirono and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, the Iraq war veteran whose foreign policy views have been supported by the likes of Steve Bannon and David Duke, are back. Then there is Ed Case, the moderate Democrat and perennial candidate who is running for Hawaii’s First Congressional District, a seat he used to hold in the early 2000s.
Hawaii is one of just eight states in which the Democrats control both chambers of the legislature and the governor’s mansion. Half of the state Senate, which doesn’t have a single Republican, and all of the state House of Representatives are on the ballot this year.
Hillary Clinton won Hawaii by more than 30 points in 2016, and the state has been majority Democrat-governed. President Trump is very unpopular here, with Morning Consult showing that more than twice the number of people disapprove of him as approve of him.
Hawaii US Senate
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