The Latest: Ige, Tupola get votes as Hawaii goes to polls

Published 11-06-2018

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HONOLULU (AP) - The latest on Hawaii's Nov. 6 general election:

11:40 a.m.

Brittany Jeffers of Honolulu says Gov. David Ige of the Democratic Party deserves to be re-elected to another term to finish what he needs to get done. The 29-year-old property manager says he's a good governor.

Voters are at the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in the midterm elections. Polls wills stay open until 6 p.m.

Robert Hackman says he voted for Republican Andria Tupola for governor. The Honolulu retiree says Hawaii has been ruled for too long by one party, and it hasn't done a very good job. He says he voted in favor of a two-party system.

Candidates are also facing off in races for Senate, House, state Legislature, county council and Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Maui and Kauai counties are holding mayoral elections.

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Polls in Hawaii will be opening at 7 a.m.

Voters will decide who they want to be governor and lieutenant governor for the next four years.

Gov. David Ige is seeking another a second term. His running mate on the Democratic ticket is Dr. Josh Green, a state senator from the Big Island.

State Rep. Andria Tupola is challenging Ige. Her Republican Party running mate is Marissa Kerns.

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1 a.m.

Polls in Hawaii will be opening at 7 a.m.

Voters will decide who they want to be governor and lieutenant governor for the next four years.

Gov. David Ige is seeking another a second term. His running mate on the Democratic ticket is Dr. Josh Green, a state senator from the Big Island.

State Rep. Andria Tupola is challenging Ige. Her Republican Party running mate is Marissa Kerns.

U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono is hoping voters will send her back to Washington for a second six-year term. Her Republican opponent is retired engineer Ron Curtis.

Democrat Ed Case faces Republican Cam Cavasso in the race for the 1st Congressional District. Republican Brian Evans is challenging Democrat Tulsi Gabbard in Hawaii's other U.S. House seat.

Polls close at 6 p.m.

Polls in Hawaii will be opening at 7 a.m.

Voters will decide who they want to be governor and lieutenant governor for the next four years.

Gov. David Ige is seeking another a second term. His running mate on the Democratic ticket is Dr. Josh Green, a state senator from the Big Island.

State Rep. Andria Tupola is challenging Ige. Her Republican Party running mate is Marissa Kerns.

U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono is hoping voters will send her back to Washington for a second six-year term. Her Republican opponent is retired engineer Ron Curtis.

Democrat Ed Case faces Republican Cam Cavasso in the race for the 1st Congressional District. Republican Brian Evans is challenging Democrat Tulsi Gabbard in Hawaii's other U.S. House seat.

Polls close at 6 p.m.

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