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Democrat Josh Green and Republican James ‘Duke’ Aiona will face off for Hawaii governor

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                                Democratic gubernatorial candidate Josh Green prepares to address supporters at his campaign headquarters inside the Modern Hotel on Saturday.

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    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Josh Green prepares to address supporters at his campaign headquarters inside the Modern Hotel on Saturday.

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                                Democratic gubernatorial candidate Vicky Cayetano and former Gov. Ben Caye­tano sat among supporters at her campaign’s election watch party at TJ’s Sports Bar on Saturday.

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    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Vicky Cayetano and former Gov. Ben Caye­tano sat among supporters at her campaign’s election watch party at TJ’s Sports Bar on Saturday.

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                                Republican gubernatorial candidate Duke Aiona sign waved on Friday afternoon at the intersection of Fort Weaver Road and Laulaunui Street.

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    Republican gubernatorial candidate Duke Aiona sign waved on Friday afternoon at the intersection of Fort Weaver Road and Laulaunui Street.

Democratic Lt. Gov. Josh Green and former Republican Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona are the Nov. 8 general election candidates to become Hawaii’s next governor after Saturday night’s overwhelming party primary election victories. Read more

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