On Honolulu City Council, Some Win the Election and Others Goes for Round Offs

On Honolulu City Council, Some Win the Election and Others Goes for Round Offs

In the Honolulu City Council election, the newcomer Heidi Tsuneyoshi and expert Carol Fukunaga get the final seat. And others have to go for round-offs as Trevor Ozawa and Tommy Waters in November.

The winner Heidi Tsuneyoshi got the 50 percent of the vote and secured his position on the election.

However, Ozawa has 40.5 percent of the vote while Waters got 31.4 percent of the voting possession.

On this Saturday, Ozawa spent his most of the time visiting every polling station in his district. He also got asked if he is running for mayor stand or not.

“I’m running against the mayor, I’m running for City Council,” said Ozawa.

Recently Ozawa signed a complaint against the Waters claiming that he is using city resources for himself.

He also claims that she used an agency’s Instagram account to like Waters posts.

Ozawa will also face Waters in November round offs. It likes a rematch of the 2014 head-to-head contest. In that contest Waters were won the vote by 41 votes. In that election community advocate Natalie Iwasa was third and golf player Ricky Muroto was forth.

The election of November will cover the area of Waipahu. It’s located in District 8 seat.

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