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Hawai’i County 2014 Primary Election Results

August 12, 2014, 12:10 PM HST
* Updated August 12, 1:59 PM
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The results for Hawaii County have been released and can be found at this link:

Hawai’i County 2014 current primary election results (pdf)

Hawai’i Statewide 2014 current primary election results (pdf)

HOW TO VIEW: We suggest opening these .pdfs in a new browser tab (center-click on mouse, or right-click and select ‘Open in New Tab’).

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Please note that a special election is set for Friday, Aug. 12 in Puna. Elections were delayed due to damage from Hurricane Iselle so results from this area have not been received.

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We will update as the final results come in, the most notable of which may decide who will represent Hawai’i as a US senator. Currently, only 300 votes separate the candidates on the Big Island, with Schatz in the lead (statewide, the difference is 1,635).

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