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Political veterans line up to try out City Council seat

By Cynthia Oi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 23, 2012

~~<p>When congressional nominee Tulsi Gabbard announced that she would kindly save Oahu taxpayers some money by resigning from the City Council in time for her substitute to be chosen in the general election, she opened the floodgates to politicians new and old.</p>
<p>With another stool jammed into the tight circle of elective musical chairs,&nbsp; prospective candidates, some still reeling from primary losses, were checking out Gabbard&rsquo;s digs at Honolulu Hale.</p>
~~

When congressional nominee Tulsi Gabbard announced that she would kindly save Oahu taxpayers some money by resigning from the City Council in time for her substitute to be chosen in the general election, she opened the floodgates to politicians new and old.

With another stool jammed into the tight circle of elective musical chairs,  prospective candidates, some still reeling from primary losses, were checking out Gabbard’s digs at Honolulu Hale. Login for more...



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