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Kim and Xian diverge from rivals

The Senate president opposes Obamacare, and the activist wants to ban GMO products

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 14, 2014

~~<p>With less than a month to go before the Aug. 9 primary, state Senate President Donna Mercado Kim, a veteran campaigner, and human rights activist Kathryn Xian, a political newcomer, are the U.S. House candidates who are stepping away from the pack on key issues.</p>
<p>Kim, whom polls show as the front-runner for the Demo&shy;cratic nomination, has taken more conservative positions on several key issues, while Xian has been unwavering in sending the message to voters that she is the anti-establishment candidate.</p>
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With less than a month to go before the Aug. 9 primary, state Senate President Donna Mercado Kim, a veteran campaigner, and human rights activist Kathryn Xian, a political newcomer, are the U.S. House candidates who are stepping away from the pack on key issues.

Kim, whom polls show as the front-runner for the Demo­cratic nomination, has taken more conservative positions on several key issues, while Xian has been unwavering in sending the message to voters that she is the anti-establishment candidate. Login for more...



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