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Sunday, August 12, 2018
FINAL Read Ige 50.2% -- Hanabusa 43.4%
By News Release @ 12:03 AM :: 6549 Views :: Office of Elections

Office of Elections >>> 2018 Primary Results

First Read PDF >>> 6:39pm August 11, 2018 (125,703 Absentee Votes)

Second Read PDF >>>  8:33pm August 11, 2018  (122 of 249 Precincts Reporting)  

Third Read PDF >>>  10:06pm August 11, 2018  (228 of 249 Precincts Reporting) 

Fourth Read PDF >>>  11:38pm August 11, 2018  (246 of 249 Precincts Reporting) 

FINAL Read PDF >>>  3:00am August 12, 2018  (249 of 249 Precincts Reporting)

HEADLINE RESULTS: (All numbers first read unless otherwise indicated)

Hawaii Governor (Dem Primary):

Ige 50% -- Hanabusa 43.9% (1st read) 

Hawaii Governor (GOP Primary):

Tupola 50%, Carroll 35.1%, L’Heureux 9.2% (1st read)

Hawaii Lt Governor (Dem Primary):

Green 32.4%, Tokuda 27.9%, Carvalho 18.9%, Iwamoto 11.5%, Espero 5.7% (1st read)

Hawaii Lt Governor (GOP Primary):

Kerns 29.9%, Lipscomb 29.3%, Low 25.2% (FINAL read) 

Hawaii CD1 (Dem Primary)

Case -- 41.9%, Chin 25.2%, Kim 17.5%, Fukumoto 5.5%, Ing 3.8%, Martin 2.9%

Hawaii CD2 (Dem Primary)

Gabbard -- 76.1%, Campagna -- 10.9% 

US Senate (GOP)

Curtis --19.5%, Anderson 15.9%,  Helsham 12.2%, White 11.2% (4 also rans) -- FINAL

Maui Co Mayor:

Victorino 44.7%, Cochran 26.4%, Guzman 23.2% -- will Victorino be able to avoid runoff? 

Kauai Co Mayor:

Kawakami – 50.5%, Rapozo 22.4%, Yukimura 17.4% -- will Kawakami be able to avoid runoff? 

Oahu Council Runoffs CD2, CD4, CD6 (4th Read)

OHA Trustee

Oahu

Akaka  14.1%, Kiaaina 13.8%, King 13.1%, (four also-rans) (top 2 advance) (First Read)

At-large  (top 6 advance)

Waihee* 9.0%, Ahu Isa* 6.2%, Akana* 5.6%, Aila 5.2%, Hanohano 4.1%, Lee 3.8%  and also rans -- Akina, Amsterdam, Makekau, Paaluhi, Paris, Puuohau, Ryan, Sharsh  (incumbent = *) 

DSA -- Hawaii's Five Socialist Candidates:

  • Kaniela Ing CD1 – 5th Place -- 3.8%
  • Kim Coco Iwamoto Lt Gov – 4th Place -- 11.5%
  • Benton Rodden HD23 (Manoa) – 5th place 5.7%
  • Amy Perruso HD46 (Wahiawa) – 1st Place – 44.1% 
  • Ikaika Hussey CD6 Oahu – 2nd Place – 18.0%

SENATE (first read)

  • SD3 Kanuha 52.5% vs Ford 43.0%
  • SD4 Inouye 52.8% vs Kimball 42.5%
  • SD6 Baker 3,394 vs Amato 3,288 (FINAL)
  • SD12- Galuteria 34.7% vs Moriwaki 52.7%
  • SD18 (GOP) - Solis 59.0% vs Svrcina 27.7% (FINAL)
  • SD19 – LoPresti 62.4% vs Maluafiti 20% vs Duzon 7.8%
  • SD23 – Rivere 64.6% vs Hee 31.0%
  • SD24 – Ito 43.0% vs Keohokalole 52.1%

HOUSE

  • HD1 Nakashima 71.2% vs Paik-Mander 22.7%
  • HD2 Todd 69.4% vs Napeahi 20.1%
  • HD2 (GOP) Manipol-Larsen 53.3% vs Feste 23.6% (racist)
  • HD3 Onishi 56.8% vs Whiting 39.4% 
  • HD7 Evans 44.6% vs Tarnas 52.5%
  • HD8 Hashimoto 53.4%, Kane 32.0%, Wagner 6.8%, Hughey 5.1%
  • HD10 GOP blank ballots 26.2% vs Marten 73.8% (on trial for child molestation)
  • HD11 Wilderberger 55.0%, Couch 36.8%, Myrick 4.4%,
  • HD12 Lawrence 42.5%, Yamashita 55.1%
  • HD23 Kobayashi 37.4%, Garrett 22.9%, Armstrong 10.8%, Fukumoto 9.1%, Rodden 5.7%
  • HD30 Cachola 920 votes, Ganaden 869 votes (FINAL Read)
  • HD33 Kong 51.3%, Arakaki 25.1%, Matsushita 14.6%
  • HD36 Lee 34.7%, Hazama 32.0%, La Chica 19.2%, Aki 7.4% 
  • HD41 Cabanilla 49.3%, Robinson-Onderko 35.3%
  • HD42 Har 76.3%, Schaeffer 18.8% (HGEA)
  • HD44 Gates 67.3%, Jordan 30.7%
  • HD46 Perruso 44.1%, Learmont 42.4%, Fung 3.4%
  • HD47 (GOP) Fale 60.5%, Ready 32.5%
  • HD48 Kitagawa, 39.1%, Wooley 29.4%, Bukoski 18.6%, Gonce 8.8%
  • HD49 Matayoshi 71.5%, Hussey 17.4%, Radke 3.9%, Dalire 3.6%

... will update .... 

 

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