Hawaii Democratic governor race revives false missile alert

  • In this Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018 photo, Hawaii Gov. David Ige, right, and first lady Dawn Amano Ige smile after voting early in the state’s primary election in Honolulu. Ige is seeking the nomination for a second term in office in Saturday’s Democratic primary. He is being challenged by U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, who is giving up her seat in Congress to challenge the governor. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

  • In this April 6, 2018 photo, state Rep. Andria Tupola, who is running for Hawaii governor in the Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018 primary, speaks at a forum in Honolulu. Tupola said one of her primary focuses as governor would be to address affordable housing. (Dennis Oda/Honolulu Star-Advertiser via AP)

  • In this April 6, 2018 photo, former state Sen. John Carroll, who is running for Hawaii governor, speaks at a forum in Honolulu. Carroll said Hawaii “is in economic chaos,” and plans to sue to lift shipping restrictions that prevent products from Asia and elsewhere from being delivered directly to the islands. (Dennis Oda/Honolulu Star-Advertiser via AP)

  • In this April 28, 2018 photo, U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, D-Hawaii, who is giving up her seat in Congress to run for Hawaii governor, talks with a guest at an event in Honolulu. Hawaii Gov. David Ige faces a stiff challenge from Hanabusa in the Democratic primary on Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia, File)

HONOLULU — Hawaii Gov. David Ige wants voters to look at his four years of accomplishments, including his handling of the Big Island’s erupting volcano, as reasons to give him a second term.

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