Hawaii Governor’s Race

General Election predicted to be competitive three-way race

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© 2014 John Pritchett / MidWeek
© 2014 John Pritchett / MidWeek

As we predicted, the early pre-primary polls were very misleading.  Political experts are now predicting that the three candidates will evenly divide the voters, and force a close examination of the candidate’s qualifications, track record and positions on key issues.

With primary over, attention focused on three-way governor’s race

Excerpts from HawaiiNewsNow – Rick Daysog

• With the primary election over, it’s now a three-way race for governor. And some experts believe the race is closer than recent polls suggest.

• According to political analyst Dan Boylan, “I could see all three candidates pulling a reasonable vote, a 30 percent vote.”

• Hannemann — who was last in and did little advertising before the primary — said his campaign is out to win the race, not play the role of spoiler.

• The election is still two-and-a half months away — plenty of time for the candidates to get the word out.

Read the whole story: http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/26333371/with-primary-over-attention-focused-on-three-way-governors-race