Alm and Kau top two candidates moving on to general election for Honolulu Prosecutor

Alm and Kau top two candidates moving on to general election for Honolulu Prosecutor

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HONOLULU, Hawaii (KHON2) – The race for Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney is on Saturday as a unique Primary Election Day takes place.

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2020 is the first year Hawaii is holding an all mail-in election due to COVID-19 safety precautions.

Here are the candidates for Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney in the 2020 Primary Election:

HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ALM, Steve NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY
HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY BROWN, Robert (RJ) NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY
HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ESSER, Jacquie NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY
HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY KAU, Megan NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY
HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY KIM, Tae NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY
HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY NADAMOTO, Dwight K. NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY
HONOLULU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY YAQOOB, Anosh H. NONPARTISAN SPECIAL PRIMARY

10 p.m. update: Steve Alm and Megan Kau are the top two candidates moving on to the General Election for Honolulu Prosecutor.

Alm received 91,100 votes for Honolulu prosecutor while Megan finished in second with 53,667.

7 p.m. printout: According to the 7 p.m. printout, Steve Alm takes the early lead with 88,352 votes.

Megan Kau is in second with 51,324 votes.

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