Hawaii elections, 2014

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Hawaii election information for 2014 is listed below.
On the 2014 ballot
U.S. Senate Defeatedd
U.S. House Approveda
State Executives Approveda
State Senate Approveda
State House Approveda
Ballot measures (5 measure) Defeatedd

2014 elections

Special elections

U.S. Senate

Daniel Inouye (D) died on December 17, 2012 from a respiratory illness. A special election to fill his vacant seat will take place in November 2014. Brian Schatz was appointed to temporarily fill the seat.[1][2]
Related: See election information here.
See also: United States Senate special election in Hawaii, 2014.

Elections by type

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See also: United States House of Representatives elections in Hawaii, 2014
Members of the U.S. House from Hawaii -- Partisan Breakdown
Party As of November 2014 After the 2014 Election
     Democratic Party 2 2
     Republican Party 0 0
Total 2 2

See also: Hawaii state executive official elections, 2014
Office Incumbent Assumed Office Incumbent running? General Election Candidates 2014 Winner Partisan Switch?
Governor Neil Abercrombie
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2010 Yes Republican Party Duke Aiona
Democratic Party David Ige
Libertarian Party Jeff Davis
Independent Mufi Hannemann
Democratic Party David Ige No
Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui
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2010 Yes[3] Democratic Party Shan Tsutsui
Republican Party Elwin Ahu
Independent Les Chang
Libertarian Party Cindy Marlin
Democratic Party Shan Tsutsui No

Elections Performance Index

See also: Pew Charitable Trusts' Elections Performance Index

Hawaii ranked 45th out of the 50 states and District of Columbia in the Pew Charitable Trusts' Elections Performance Index (EPI), based on the 2012 elections. The EPI examines election administration performance and assigns an average percentage score based on 17 indicators of election performance. These indicators were chosen in order to determine both the convenience and integrity of these three phases of an election: registration, voting and counting. Hawaii received an overall score of 54 percent.[4]

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