Hawaii’s Senate race is the focus of a recent NPR report. From our Capitol Watch blog:
That’s the title of this NPR report. Excerpts:
In Hawaii, the language of politics is a little different.
Take for example Senate candidate and U.S. Rep. Mazie Hirono delivering her version of the customary Democratic talking points: “Our next United States senator should share our values. Those are the values of protecting our kupuna — why I am such a strong voice for making sure that Social Security and Medicare remain strong for our kupuna. We need to protect our keiki.”
Keiki means “children.” Kupuna,