Saturday, September 18, 2010

Three newspapers' takes on the Democratic rally

One of the most bitter Democratic races for governor in decades drew to a close last night at the simple Mooheau bandstand in downtown Hilo with rivals Neil Abercrombie and Mufi Hannemann searching for common ground. Star-Advertiser.

Hawaii Democrats from around the state, gathering Friday evening for one last hurrah before the primary, pledged party unity with varying degrees of sincerity as they shared the stage with their intraparty rivals. West Hawaii Today.

Democrats urged unity among their divided ranks at the traditional Grand Rally in Hilo on the eve of today's primary election. Tribune-Herald.

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