Abercrombie Wins Governor Race

Alan Arakawa is county’s next mayor.

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G = Green

R = Republican

D = Democrat

N = Independent

L = Libertarian

F = Free Energy

FEDERAL

U.S. Senator

(D) INOUYE, Daniel K. 276,928 71.9%

(R) CAVASSO, Cam 79,830 20.7%

(G) BREWER, Jim 7,756 2.0%

(L) MALLAN, Lloyd Jeffrey 2,953 0.8%

(N) JARRETT, Jeff 2,695 0.7%

U.S. Representative, Dist 2

(D) HIRONO, Mazie 132,280 67.7%

(R) WILLOUGHBY, John W. 46,400 23.7%

(L) BROCK, Pat 3,254 1.7%

(N) VON SONN, Andrew Vsevolod 1,310 0.7%

STATE

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

(D) ABERCROMBIE / SCHATZ 222,510 57.8%

(R) AIONA / FINNEGAN 157,098 40.8%

(F) CUNNINGHAM / SPENCE 1,263 0.3%

(N) POLLARD / KAMA 1,263 0.3%

State Representative, Dist 13

(D) CARROLL, Mele 5,058 71.2%

(R) AKUNA, Meiling K. 1,491 21.0%

SCHOOL BOARD

2nd Departmental (Maui)

ROCHA-WILSON, Leona 49,825 41.8%

HART, R. Ray 31,708 26.6%

MAUI COUNTY

Mayor

ARAKAWA, Alan M. 24,195 57.2%

TAVARES, Charmaine 16,944 40.1%

Councilmember (East Maui)

CARROLL, Robert (Bob) 17,253 40.8%

MEDEIROS, Bill (Kauakea) 17,194 40.7%

Councilmember (West Maui)

COCHRAN, Elle 20,265 47.9%

FUKUYAMA, Alan 16,179 38.3%

Councilmember (Wailuku-Waihee-Waikapu)

VICTORINO, Michael (Mike) 26,887 63.6%

GAPERO, Lisa 9,784 23.1%

Councilmember (Kahului)

PONTANILLA, Joe 28,309 66.9%

Councilmember (South Maui)

COUCH, Don 20,824 49.2%

NISHIKI, Wayne K. 17,306 40.9%

Councilmember (Makawao-Haiku-Paia)

WHITE, Mike 21,701 51.3%

NISHIKI, Kai 16,008 37.8%

Councilmember (Upcountry)

BAISA, Gladys Coelho 29,067 68.7%

Councilmember (Lanai)

HOKAMA, Riki 20,842 49.3%

MANO, Matthew J. K. (Matt) 12,356 29.2%

Councilmember (Molokai)

MATEO, Danny A. 28,283 66.9%

AMMENDMENTS TO THE STATE CONSTITION

BOE Elections: Should the Board of Education, which is currently elected by voters, instead be appointed by the governor with advice from the state Senate?

YES 221,134 57.4%

NO 145,655 37.8%

Surplus Spending: If the state’s general fund revenues exceed 5 percent growth two years in a row, should the legislature have the choice of giving taxpayers a tax refund or credit, which is currently required, or depositing excess revenues into various state funds to supplement the general fund in times of emergency or severe economic downturn?

YES 227,208 59.0%

NO 122,514 31.8%

AMMENDMENTS TO THE MAUI COUNTY CHARTER

Affordable Housing Fund: Should at least 2 percent of real property tax revenues from 2008 to 2015 be put in an affordable housing fund for people of very low to gap income?

YES 24,893 58.9%

NO 13,830 32.7%

Candidate Financial Disclosures: Should candidates for elected county office be required to file financial disclosure statements at the same time they file nomination papers, instead of within 15 days of filing nomination papers as currently required?

YES 33,953 80.3%

NO 4,723 11.2%

Budget and Capital Program Ordinances: Should the amount of time the mayor has to veto budget and capital programs ordinances be reduced by 10 days; the deadline for the mayor to submit to the council annual budget and capital program ordinance proposals be extended by 10 days to March 25 of each year; the deadline for the council to pass the annual budget and capital program ordinances be extended by ten days to June 10 of each year?

YES 23,398 55.3%

NO 12,552 29.7%

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