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Candidates try to distance themselves from the pack

Democrats running in the 1st Congressional District tout their records to senior citizens

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 25, 2014

~~<p>Six of the seven announced Democratic candidates for Hawaii's 1st Congressional District seat stepped up efforts to separate themselves from the rest of the field during a forum Monday, while attempting to make special appeals to a largely older crowd.</p>
<p>Sponsored by the Hono&shy;lulu-based Kokua Council, which advocates for seniors, the forum drew about 50 people to Harris United Methodist Church in lower Nuu&shy;anu.</p>
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Six of the seven announced Democratic candidates for Hawaii's 1st Congressional District seat stepped up efforts to separate themselves from the rest of the field during a forum Monday, while attempting to make special appeals to a largely older crowd.

Sponsored by the Hono­lulu-based Kokua Council, which advocates for seniors, the forum drew about 50 people to Harris United Methodist Church in lower Nuu­anu. Login for more...



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