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Westward House incumbents on top of urban issues


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 25, 2012

~~<p>While most attentive to the city's rail project, western Oahu voters will need to weigh the effectiveness of their House representatives in dealing with a broad range of state issues. These include crime, the economy, taxes, environmental protection, education, housing and transportation issues other than rail.</p>
<p>We take a look today at seven state House races, all of which involve incumbent members facing such challenges as well as a few familiar opponents (eight House races were covered Wednesday; the remainder will be Friday). Some are in settled areas near urban Honolulu while others are in the most rapid developing areas of Oahu, including the plain near the expanding second city of Kapolei.</p>
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While most attentive to the city's rail project, western Oahu voters will need to weigh the effectiveness of their House representatives in dealing with a broad range of state issues. These include crime, the economy, taxes, environmental protection, education, housing and transportation issues other than rail.

We take a look today at seven state House races, all of which involve incumbent members facing such challenges as well as a few familiar opponents (eight House races were covered Wednesday; the remainder will be Friday). Some are in settled areas near urban Honolulu while others are in the most rapid developing areas of Oahu, including the plain near the expanding second city of Kapolei. Login for more...



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