Saturday, May 22, 2010


Breaking! Aloha! The Democrats and the liberal Mainstream Media are freaking out tonight because of the stunning Congressional election win by Republican Charles Djou. HawaiiNewsNowRepublican Charles Djou won the special election for Hawaii's First Congressional District. The Honolulu City Councilmember grabbed 39% of the vote. State Senate president Colleen Hanabusa came in second with 30% of the vote. Former US Representative Ed Case came in third, gathering 27% the vote. Honolulu Star Bulletin - Djou won the special mail-in election with 39.5 percent of the vote in the first printout, released at 6 p.m. The first printout represented nearly all of the 170,312 returned by voters in the district, which stretches from Waikiki and downtown to Mililani. Democrat Colleen Hanabusa was second at 30.8 percent, with Democrat Ed Case third at 27.6 percent. MORE: GOP's Djou wins Hawaii special election for Congress‎ Honolulu Advertiser GOPer Djou Picks Up HI-01 House Seat Thanks To Split Dem Vote‎ TPMDC (blog) Republican Djou wins Hawaii special election, Hanabusa comes in second ‎Hawaii News Now Djou Wins Congressional Seat KITV Honolulu Charles Djou, Republicans try to steal Hawaii House seat‎ Washington Post (blog)