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U.S. Senate too close to call

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KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz spoke at his headquarters while tied with Hanabusa around 10:45 p.m. at the Pioneer Plaza Building.
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DARRYL OUMI / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
Lorna Strand cheered as Colleen Hanabusa spoke to her supporters at her primary election night party at the Hawaii Laborer's Union Hall.
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DARRYL OUMI / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
Colleen Hanabusa smiled after addressing her supporters at her primary election night party at the Hawaii Laborer's Union Hall.
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KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM
Former Gov. John Waihee, left, Chuck Freedman and Ann Chung celebrated after the results of the third release were read at Schatz's Headquarters in the Pioneer Plaza Building Saturday night.
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KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, on stage with his family, spoke at his headquarters at the Pioneer Plaza Building on Saturday.
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DARRYL OUMI / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
Colleen Hanabusa spoke to supporters at her headquarters late Saturday after the latest election results showed her falling behind Brian Schatz in the Democratic primary for Schatz’s U.S. Senate seat.
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KRYSTLE MARCELLUS / KMARCELLUS@STARADVERTISER.COM
James Chang, a Schatz staff member, cheered at Sen. Brian Schatz's Headquarters in the Pioneer Plaza Building on Saturday.
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DARRYL OUMI / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
Colleen Hanabusa spoke to her supporters at her primary election night party at the Hawaii Laborer's Union Hall.