"What Are the Races to Watch in the Upcoming Election?"

Thursday, April 17, 8:00 pm

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The political season will soon be upon us and Hawaii voters will be casting ballots in the August primary for several key races: gubernatorial, congressional, senatorial, local legislative races, as well as neighbor island Mayoral races. What issues will galvanize voters and get them to the polls? What seats are open and which incumbents face tough challenges?

On the next INSIGHTS on PBS Hawaii, "What are the races to watch in the upcoming election?" Daryl Huff will moderate this discussion.
Scheduled guests:

  • Republican Chairwoman Pat Saiki
  • Democratic Chairman Dante Carpenter
  • Chad Blair, Honolulu Civil Beat reporter
  • Colin Moore, University of Hawaii assistant professor of political science

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