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The race for Governor

A state senator finds support from those opposing his rival over issues and style

By Derrick DePledge

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 24, 2014

~~<p>State Sen. David Ige's approach to public service is rooted in three simple principles: Be open and honest in communication; be respectful and listen to all views; and do the right thing in the right way.</p>
<p>The unassuming electrical engineer from Pearl City has gained a reputation over three decades at the state Legislature as a policy wonk. As the chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee for the past four years, he has won over colleagues with a sturdy, unflappable demeanor during the din of state budget negotiations.</p>
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State Sen. David Ige's approach to public service is rooted in three simple principles: Be open and honest in communication; be respectful and listen to all views; and do the right thing in the right way.

The unassuming electrical engineer from Pearl City has gained a reputation over three decades at the state Legislature as a policy wonk. As the chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee for the past four years, he has won over colleagues with a sturdy, unflappable demeanor during the din of state budget negotiations. Login for more...



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