Final results of the Hawai'i primary election
Here are final results of Saturday's primary election with 100 percent of the vote counted.
A total of 274,460 people voted out of 667,679 registered voters, a turnout of 41.1 percent.
Incumbents are designated by . Candidates who gained office outright at the primary election are listed in CAPITAL LETTERS.
The general election is Nov. 5.
|||Board of Education|
|||Honolulu City Council|
|||Hawai'i County Council|
|||Maui County Council|
|||Kaua'i County Council|
Primary election video (courtesy of KHNL):
|Democratic nominee Mazie Hirono speaks to supporters|
|GOP nominee Linda Lingle addresses supporters|
Primary election stories:
|||Analysis: Low turnout in primary spells bad news for Lingle|
|GOVERNOR'S RACE: DEMOCRATS|
|||Hirono confident she'll unite party to win the big one|
|GOVERNOR'S RACE: REPUBLICANS|
|||State's No. 1 job in Lingle's sights after easy victory|
|LT. GOVERNOR'S RACE|
|||Aiona, Matsunaga take No. 2 spot on tickets|
|||Mink wins big despite health issue|
|||Four incumbents feeling unions' anger|
|BOARD OF EDUCATION|
|||School board incumbents leading way to general election|
|||Council returns favor incumbents, state legislators|
|||Apana, Arakawa ready for second round in Maui|
|||2 familiar faces make finals for Kaua'i mayor|
|BIG ISLAND COUNCIL|
|||Big Isle council races quickly pared down|