Following The Money In Oahu Legislative Races

As published in Civil Beat on July 13, 2018

"...In the race for the Kaneohe Senate seat, Rep. Jarrett Keohokalole has raised more money than Rep. Ken Ito, who’s represented the area for an additional two decades. ...

Rep. Ken Ito, elected in 1994, and Rep. Jarrett Keohokalole, elected in 2014, are vying to replace Tokuda. Keohokalole seems to have the financial edge, though Ito has an additional two decades of name recognition on his opponent.

Keohokalole had $68,000 as of June 30, according to campaign finance data. He’s raised $49,000 and spent $36,000 this year.

Ito’s campaign fund had $55,000 has of June 30. Ito raised about $20,000 less and spent $11,000 less than Keohokalole, by comparison."

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