Case says he will work for win in primary
Ed Case, who came in third with 27.6 percent of the vote, congratulated Charles Djou on his victory and said he will regroup for his run in the primary.
Case, speaking at his headquarters, said, "I congratulate Charles. We lost."
Case said he would thank his supporters, mow his lawn and do some body boarding tomorrow.
He said he will be running in the September primary, when he will face Colleen Hanabusa, who came in 2nd with 30.8 percent of the vote. The winner of that race will face Djou in November.